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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
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Would you eat a dog biscuit that tasted like a buttermilk cookie? We think we know the answer to that question. Let's see if you know the answer to this one - Were the treats that were fed to Bob during a live telecast of Uncle Nutsy's Clubhouse an honest mistake?
All questions and quizzes written by Philip Cerreta unless otherwise noted
Jay Levey, 1989
We can overlook the stumbling and even messing up a few of our questions, but not that. Not this time. You blew it. Amber (Kirsten Dunst), didn't, which was why (and how) she won the title of Minnesota's American Teen Princess.
Drop Dead Gorgeous
Michael Patrick Jann, 1999
15. We don't know how much Spadowski was paid for turning that show into the station's top-rated program, but this much is certain - he got everything he asked for. What were the terms of the deal?

16. You don't see too many commercials for mortuaries on TV so you should remember the one that advertised its services on U62. Name the establishment and tell us what made it unique.

17. Some of the game shows on U62 were obviously inspired by other popular game shows. Take Wheel of Fish, for example. The title alone pretty much explains what the game is about. What it doesn't tell you is what the contestants get to do with those fish. Where did that idea come from?

18. What's more fun than digging through a sandbox full of oatmeal? How about drinking from a fire hose? That was Joel Miller's (Adam Maras) prize for finding what item?

19. FCC regulations prohibit someone from owning two television stations in the same city, but that didn't stop Fletcher. What would have happened to the station if George didn't come up with the money he needed?
20. If you like questions that involve numbers you'll love this one. Let's say we gave you $1000 to donate to your favorite charity. What's the catch? We're glad you asked. You have to donate the money in the name of one of the characters from this film. You also have to make a donation to the U62 telethon in the
name of the person we've chosen - Pamela Finklestein (Fran Drescher). We know what your next question is, how much, right? $10 a letter. How much money would that leave you with and how many shares
would you be able to buy?

21. "Please let me kill him!" That would have shut Spadowski up, for sure. But a simple gag would have sufficed. What was he doing to annoy the men who kidnapped him when those words were uttered?

22. One of the kidnappers (David Proval) squeezed George's face when he exclaimed, "If you hadn't stuck your face in our business, we'd all be going home real soon." What did George do when he touched the kidnapper's face?

23. When Philo overrode channel 8's broadcast signal, it almost incited a riot. The townsfolk became a mob after they were
referred to as "mindless sheep, pea-brained yokels" and a bunch of "sniveling maggots." Who was Fletcher talking to when he exclaimed, "This community means about as much to me as a festering bowl of dog snot"?

24. It was Fletcher, himself, who unwittingly saved the station. The penny he gave the bum (Vance Colvig, Jr.) was worth a fortune. But it wasn't spent entirely on the shares. Do you remember what else he purchased?

25. The film ended with a parody of Gone With the Wind. How was the viewer acknowledged in that scene?
UHF
(14) No, George acted like it was, but he knew they were dog biscuits. (15) He wouldn't host the show unless he got to keep his janitorial job.
(16) Plots R Us. They had a layaway plan and a free salad bar. (17) Let's Make A Deal (18) A marble (19) It would have been turned into a laundrymat  (20) Each share cost $10. There's 17 letters Pamela's name so the correct answer would be 17. That would leave you with $830 to donate to you favorite charity. Not bad, huh?

(21) He was humming the theme to Bonanza. (22) He picked out the staple that was imbedded in his cheek. (23) He was talking to Teri (Victoria Jackson) when he said that. (24) The Rolex watch that Fletcher wanted.
(25) George turned to the camera and then remarked, "I knew she was going to say that."

Drop Dead Gorgeous
She was the only contestant who didn't "blow chunks" at the pageant. Everyone else got sick after they ate some improperly refrigerated shellfish.
She had her mom to thank for that one.