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  THEY CALL THIS HIGHER LEARNING?
Thornton was a lover, not a fighter, at least that's what he claimed prior to the altercation between Lou (Burt Young) and half of the university's football team. "I never get physical," he said, "I just get upset, and when I get upset, he gets physical." What would
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Unless you're a zombie or some carnivorous monstrosity that feeds on Hypothalamus glands. If you know anything about evolutionary biology, you know why Dr. Green's (Penelope Ann Miller) initial idea to kill the creature in The Relic would have worked. Of course, we're assuming you don't.
Put your knowledge of all-things that creep, slither and crawl to the test with the only movie monster survival guide/quiz book of its kind.

What will you do when they come for you?
Live and learn. Learn and live!
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Lights, Camera, Trivia
Accepted
Steve Pink, 2006
Doing Nothing, Drunk Dialing Etiquette, Hitting on Strippers and Advanced Napping were all part of the curriculum at the South Harmon Institute of Technology in Accepted. Believe it or not, all had some educational value. Ask one of the students from the Skateboarding 234 course what they learned and they'd probably say this, if they made it through the course without fracturing their skull.
Back To School
(9) You'd (try to) crush a napkin holder with your bare hands.  (10) Reading enables a person to share the thoughts and the feelings of the writer without the interference of other's point of view getting in the way. Yadda, Yadda Yadda. (11)  A free trip to Hawaii in the off-season

(12) Derek's hair was slicked back like Pee-Wee Herman's when he said that. (13) Oingo Boingo's music cracked the windshield of Dr. Barbay's car at Thornton's party. (14) He got into a profanity-laced shouting match with Kurt after Diane gave him an F on the paper he wrote. (15) Would you threaten to break us into twenty-seven parts? We hope so because that's what Thornton wanted to do to Dr. Barbay.

Accepted
Physics, engineering and aerodynamics. We'll also accept, "How to ride or build a half-pipe," but that really isn't the answer we're looking for here.
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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you do if we asked you to try to intimidate us with the same show of strength that followed?

10. Our knowledge of classic literature, like Thornton's was derived mostly from movie adaptations. We admit it. What can we say except nothing back in the day seemed half as interesting as the latest issue of Thor or The Fantastic Four. You want to lecture us? Go ahead. Diane already did.

11. Thornton promised the team he hired to complete his homework a ten percent bonus for any grade over B. What did an A+ get?
12. When Derek (Robert Downey, Jr.) asked Jason if he was going for the "heavy, disassociated artist look" or the "I'm going blind" thing at his dad's party, he should have replied, "Drop dead, Pee-Wee." Make the connection.

13. Check your mailbox. There's a bill for a cracked windshield. It was sent to you by mistake. Return it to its original sender or forward it to the person(s) responsible.

14. If Thornton hired the best people to do his homework, maybe he should have hired the same people to tutor him for his
oral examine, minus Kurt Vonnegut, who probably wouldn't have agreed to do it anyway. Why, or rather, why not?

15. We think we know what your reply would be if we told you this last question contained twenty-seven parts. If it isn't what Thornton mumbled, guess again or the first question of your next quiz will be twenty-eight.
Allan Metter, 1986