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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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All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
In the film, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, the characters undergo a scientific procedure to erase their memory. But what if instead of erasing memory, you could restore it? Theodore Berger, a neuroscientist at the University of Southern California, is trying to do just that. If he succeeds, it's us who could become a distant memory. What trick did Shelley (Anna Farris) use to help her remember people's names?
The House Bunny
Fred Wolf, 2008
Private Parts
(1) No, he didn't. (2) He thought it was funny. (3) Shut his pie hole 50,000 times (4) She told him that she had a lot of reading to catch up on when she felt his nose. (5) It took Howard almost four years to work up the courage. 

(6) Yes, she was. (7) She was reaching for a piece of fruit that rolled under the seat when she found the underwear. (8) He was talking to Alison when he said that. (9) The year. Howard met Robin on March 2nd, 1981. (10) Howard told his listening audience that he hadn't gotten laid in a really long time. The story he made up about his tour of duty in Vietnam was fabricated.

The House Bunny
She repeated a person's name in a weird, croaky/possessed voice, when the person was introduced to her.
Howard (Howard Stern) was described as "offensive, obnoxious and disgusting" in the film's prologue. We'd use those same words to explain his success. Did he?
Betty Thomas, 1997
2. Howard literally made an ass of himself at the 1992 MTV Music Awards, but the crowd ate it up. So did we. The same couldn't be said about the celebrities he met backstage. We're sure you remember Ozzy's reaction so try this question instead - What did Slash's facial expression imply?

3. When Howard's dad (Richard Portnow) heard that his son wanted to pursue a career in broadcasting, he remarked, "To be on the radio, you have to have a voice. You have to have some verbal ability. You hardly ever say a word." Well, maybe that was because he was told to…

4. Howard had no luck with women in college. Even a blind girl (Ali Marsh) turned him down. Do you remember the excuse she used?

5. Why would someone who wanted to major in
broadcasting wait until their senior year to try their hand at it? That question was answered in the chapter entitled Boston U?

6. Brittany Fairchild (Melanie Good) was the first "semi-famous" celebrity that Howard interviewed. Was she also the first celebrity who got naked for him?

7. How do you hide a pair of wet underwear from a spouse? You could stash them in your car and hope
that your significant other doesn't notice that you're not wearing any when you get home. But wouldn't it be a safer bet to just get rid of them? With that said, Alison (Mary McCormack) probably wouldn't have found Howard's if this didn't happen.

8. Howard finally realized that if he was going to succeed on his own terms, he would have to start
talking about his personal life. Who was he talking to
when he remarked, "Every time I feel like I shouldn't say something, maybe I should just say it. Just blurt it out"?

9. DC101 - that was Howard's last stop before New York. It was also where he met Robin Quivers. A 1 also appeared in the date. Was it in the day, the month or the year?

10. Anyone who tuned in that day heard a number of confessions. Some were fabricated, others exaggerated. Give us an example of each.
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