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Lights, Camera, Trivia
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All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
Splash
(1) He thought Allen was working for Dr. Ross (Richard B. Shull) because he was wearing a tuxedo when he asked him for a ride to the other side of the beach. (2) He did, intellectually speaking. His only help was a couple of morons. (3) He told Madison it was an accident but it sure looked like he jumped in to us. (4) He took a cab from New York City. (5) Pretzels

(6) He remained on the beach and asked for her phone number as she swam away. (7) The store was closing soon (8) How your day was. Those were the first words (to Allen's ears) out of Madison's mouth after a Hello. (9) She was struck by lightning

National Lampoon's Van Wilder
"Write it down"
The answers, at least for us, have always come easy. It's the questions that are difficult. We wouldn't remember half of them if we didn't do what we do, which reminds us of something Van (Ryan Reynolds) said every time he gave someone a great piece of advice.
National Lampoon's Van Wilder
Walt Becker, 2002
You know why the creative process is often a lonely one? It's because no one wants to see someone else beat them to the punch with the same or a similar idea. Not that anyone would prosper from what we do, but that's one reason why we don't test any of these crazy
Ron Howard, 1984
questions out before we post em. Dr. Kornbluth (Eugene Levy) thought Allen (Tom Hanks) was out to get whatever he was working on the day they met. Why?

2. If Dr. Kornbluth was so worried about others "horning in," as he called it, on his research work, why didn't he work alone?

3. We bet Allen would have taken swimming lessons the next day if Fat Jack saved his life with some mouth-to-mouth resuscitation the day he jumped into the water all those years ago, which begs the question, why would he jump in in the first place if he was afraid of the water and/or didn't know how to swim?

4. The things we do for love. Allen spent a small fortune the night he decided to
return to Cape Cod. On what? He hadn't formally met the girl of his (wet) dreams, yet.
5. Let's say the 20th anniversary edition of this film included a cameo by one of Tom's future co-stars. Who? Bitty Schram. Where? In the bar. Don't ask us how, but after listening to a shit-faced Allen go on and on about how he'll never find true love, she walks over to him and half-heartedly jokes, "Didn't anyone ever tell you there's no crying in EELPRSTZ?" Unscramble the underlined word.

6. A naked woman approaches you on the beach, gives you a passionate kiss on the lips (and then another somewhere else if you're lucky) and then returns from whence she came. Do you follow her into the ocean if you don't know how to swim? Damn right you would. What did Allen do when that happened to him?

7. No shirt,. No shoes. No sweatin' to the oldies.
Madison (Daryl Hannah) was asked to stop exercising in the electronics department at Bloomingdale's. Why? She wasn't bothering anyone.

8. There's no wrong answer here unless you forgot how Madison made Allen look like a fool at Bloomingdale's. If that's the case, we don't care. About what?

9. Our next question... Damn it, it was right on the tip of our tongue. Oh yeah, Mrs. Stimler (Dody Goodman). The absent-minded receptionist. Why did she always seem so confused and forgetful?
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