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In what year did the first episode of the Simpsons air?

Dec. 17, 1989

100

The Term SPF Is Seen On All Sunscreen Bottles. What Does It Stand For?

Sun Protection Factor
100

What was the first book in the Harry Potter series?

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

100

Stranger Things

100

What year did Arizona become a state?

1912

Arizona is the 48th state and last of the contiguous states to be admitted to the Union, achieving statehood on February 14, 1912.

200

What is Marge's natural hair color?

Gray

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What is the longest day of the year?

Summer solstice. June 21, 2022

200

Who wrote Where the Sidewalk Ends? 

Shel Silverstein 

200

The Queens Gambit


200

Yuma, Arizona is known as the _____ capital of the world.

Lettuce

Unless you're a homesteader, a Sunbelt resident who eats only food from your local farmers market, or an extremely devout carnivore, you've almost certainly eaten lettuce from Yuma, Arizona. In fact, the Yuma area produces about 90 percent of all lettuce grown in the United States from November to March, when it's too cold to grow produce in most of the rest of the country.

300

Which cartoon inspired The Itchy & Scratchy Show?

Tom and Jerry

300

What happens more often in the summer because of the warm, humid air?

Thunderstorms

There are roughly 16 million thunderstorms every year, but most happen in the summer.

300

What was the first science-fiction novel?

Frankenstein

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The Crown
300

How wide is the Grant Canyon at its widest point?

At its widest point the Grand Canyon stretches 18 miles across. At its narrowest point it stretches 4 miles across.

400
What is Bart's full name?

Bartholomew JoJo Simpson

400

What is the longest continuous beach in America?

Long Beach, WA  

It's 28 miles long

400

How many novels did Emily Brontë write?

One

Emily Brontë wrote only Wuthering Heights. It was published in 1847, and she died soon afterward. 

400

Ozark

400

What percentage of Arizona is made up of Indian reservations?

About one-quarter of the state is made up of Indian reservations that serve as the home of 27 federally recognized Native American tribes, including the Navajo Nation, the largest in the United States, with more than 300,000 citizens.

500

Who composed The Simpsons' theme tune?

Danny Elfman 
500

In what city is the Ice Cream Sandwich believed to be invented?

New York City

Originally, street vendors would sell ice cream sandwiched between sheets of paper. These delicacies were known as "hokey pokeys". At some point, someone decided to use cookie wafers instead.

500

 Whose novel The Time Machine is set in 802,701 CE?

H.G. Wells

500

The Witcher

500

In which Arizona city was the chimichanga invented?

Tucson 

El Charro Café is the oldest Mexican restaurant in the U.S. continuously operated by the same family. It may also be the birthplace of the chimichanga. As the legend goes, they were invented by Monica Flin, who established the Tucson restaurant in 1922, when she accidentally flipped a burrito into the fryer, splattering oil everywhere.

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