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Surf's Up
Ash Brannon/Chris Buck, 2007
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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!
Lights, Camera, Trivia
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Know any fishies that are house hunting? There aren't any oversized pineapples currently on the market, but there is this gorgeous anemone up for sale with a great view of the ocean. That's what lured Marlin (Albert Brooks). Could one say that he would have loved
his home even more if only there was more of it to love?

2. Most pick-up lines are pretty lame, aren't they? And if think about it, those that do work have little to do with the line, itself. But there are exceptions. Try the one that Marlin used the day he met his wife (Elizabeth Perkins). You might reel in a cutie.

3. Marlin knew only one joke. Something about a mollusk and a talking sea cucumber. Why did everyone always expect him to be funny?

4. We've seen our share of sea turtles, but we can't say we've ever personally met one. And even if we did, what would we say to it? It couldn't answer any of our trivia questions. What was Marlin referring to when he told his son (Alexander Gould), "If I ever meet (one), I'll ask him (that question)?"

5. Remember the drop-off that Nemo was repeatedly warned about? Swimming beyond it was a way for him to prove that he wasn't afraid of the ocean, like his father. Can you think of another reason why he did it? We can.

6. Why do they call groups of tuna a school of fish when none of them know how to
Finding Nemo
(1) Yes, it was barely big enough for himself and his wife. (2) "Excuse me miss, can you check and see if I have a hook in my lip?" (3) He was a clownfish. (4) Nemo wanted to know if it was true that sea turtles lived to be a hundred years old. (5) He wanted to show his dad how well he could swim. (6) The only clue to his son's whereabouts (the address that was on the diving mask that fell off the boat) was written in a language he couldn't read. (7) They bumped heads when Marlin tried to catch the boat that took his son away.

(8) She suffered from short-term memory loss. (9) The scent of Dory's blood (The diving mask that she and Marlin fought over snapped back and hit her nose). (10) He wished a fate upon himself that would have turned him into soup if he were lying. (11) Her sister, Flo (12) You know what happens when you shake an infant too hard? Fish are even more susceptible. (13) In the eye of the pirate skull (14) Sharkbait

Surf's Up
Joe told Mike to stick his head over a whale's blowhole.
How would you like to win a pair of tickets to the next Big Z Memorial Surf-Off? Cody Maverick (Shia LaBeouf) will be there, so will Chicken Joe (Jon Heder). The producers of SPEN will even fly you to Pen Gu Island. But there can only be one winner, so listen up. You gotta help poor Mikey (Mario Cantone) relieve some of his stress with a remedy that was suggested in the film. Jot your answer down on a piece of paper, send it off in a bottle and hope it reaches us by the Seventh of Never. Good luck!
read or write? Some apparently can. That would explain why Marlin needed Dory's (Ellen DeGeneres) help to find his missing son.

7. Dory apologized to Marlin for something that wasn't even her fault when they met. Do you remember what it was?     

8. Did we ask you this question already? We can't remember. Why was Dory so forgetful?

9. Could a Great White shark survive on plankton alone? For a day or two, maybe. After that, it'll devour anything it can sink its teeth into. Bruce (Barry Humphries) gave it a try. What turned him back into a bloodthirty predator?

10. If a support group like A.A. can work, why not F.A. (Fish Anonymous)? We'd have to see some long-term results before we placed our trust in a shark. Marlin was equally skeptical. How did Bruce try to convince him that fish were no longer a part of his diet?

11. In Deb's (Vicki Lewis) defense, most fish do look alike to us. Who did she think was on the other side of the glass whenever she saw her own reflection?

12. Anyone remember Chuckles? The only memory
we have of him is a photograph. What happened to the little guy?

13. Bubbles (Stephen Root) had his favorite spot in the aquarium. So did Bloat (Brad Garrett). They all did. Where was Gill's (Willem Dafoe)?

14. Nemo had to swim through a ring of fire (just some ordinary air bubbles) near the summit of Mount Wannahockaloogie to complete his initiation. What name was he given when he became a member of the fish club?
All questions and quiizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
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Andrew Stanton/Lee Unkrich, 2003
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