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Bring it On
Peyton Reed, 2000
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Did you know that extra points are awarded in cheerleading competitions for effulgence and alacrity? Do you even know what either word means? We would have asked the same question that Kasey (Rini Bell) asked with the same puzzled look on our face.
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Major League
(1) Rachel had the right to move the team if attendance fell below 800,000 for the year, so she put together the worst team she could assemble.
(2) Lou was working at Tire World when he was offered the job (3) He stole a car (4) Vaughn wasn't wearing a cap or sleeves.

(5) He shattered a "No Pepper" sign behind home plate with a 96-mile-per-hour fastball.

(6) Harris stuffed his nose with Jalapeno peppers (7) The team offered free admission to anyone that was alive when the Indians won their last pennant. (8) Vaughn's control problems were attributed to his vision so Lou made him get glasses. (9) Vaughn got the last out of his first Major League win after Jake (Tom Berenger) told the batter that he saw his wife at the Capri Lounge with a guy that had her panties on his head.
(10) He put a cardboard cutout of the team's owner in the locker room with 32 pieces of removable clothing (one for each victory).


Bring it On
"Did we bring those (to the competition)?"
 
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
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And the Miami Indians take the field! Moving one of baseball's oldest and longest-suffering franchises to gator country never came to fruition, but suppose it had. We imagine the only cheers would have come from the team's new owner (Margaret Whitton).
How did losing become the blueprint for success?

2. As crazy as it sounds, the more games the team lost, the safer Coach Brown's (James Gammon) job was. Where would the team's last manager have ended up if two traded occupations?

3. Speaking of which, someone, we'll say a scout watching Vaughn (Charlie Sheen) pitch for the first time could have gotten a few laughs if he remarked, "The kid's got great stuff, but I'd think twice about signing him. He's one wild and crazy guy." What did Vaughn do to earn a demotion to the "Penn" league?

4. Do you remember what Lou didn't like about Vaughn the first time he watched him pitch, besides his wildness? Here's a hint - it was something he didn't see.

5. We could throw a number
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David S Ward, 1989
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
out there and say, nothing short of an .800 batting average on any our quizzes would impress us, but all it would take is another viewing on your part, us knowing you at least made an effort to improve your score. What did Vaughn do to impress his manager when Lou asked Vaughn to show him what he had?

6. It ain't cheating unless you get caught. If Harris (Chelcie Ross) thought an umpire was watching him, he'd stick a couple of these up his nose before a game to make it run. Do whatever you feel is necessary to provide us with the correct answer.

7. You know what we would have worn to team's Die Hard night? That's right, an autographed Indians jersey with the name McClane stitched on the back (thank you, Mr. Willis). Who benefited the most from that promotion?
8. Vaughn didn't make any excuses for the team's 7-0 loss to the Brewers, Harry (Bob Uecker) did. They were suffering from what he called, "Propeller lag." Vaughn threw four wild pitches in that game, all in one inning. Blame his manager and/or his pitching coach for not spotting what he didn't see sooner. How's that for a hint?

9. The Capri Lounge, his wife's panties, a night Vaughn won't forget. Put it all together to guess the scene we're thinking of.

10. Sometimes all it takes is a little motivation. Lou figured the team needed another 32 victories to win the pennant. The incentive? Answer that question and then ask yourself, what can Brown do for you?
  BLOOD, SWEAT AND CHEERS