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Clue
Answer
They don't make a right
It started on September 1, 1939
All I want for Christmas is my ...
Fellowship of the Ring sequel
Are better than one
Slang for 25 cents
Country western dance
Second-highest Michelin rating
Type of simple internal
combustion engine
One's personal opinion
Clue
Answer
What a bird in hand is worth
Harvey Dent
Dickens novel
What a bad dancer has
Attack of the Clones
Siskel and Ebert rating
What Bactrian camels have
Famous self-portrait by Kahlo
Political system of Democrats
and Republicans
Rapper killed in 1996
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level 16
Feb 2, 2012
Nice quiz :) only got 40 percent though ^^
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level 55
Feb 2, 2012
More people know the sequel to the fellowship than the starting date of WWII. That's sad.
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level 12
Apr 18, 2014
At least it's not Attack of the Clones before WWII.
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level 72
Jul 1, 2014
Well, not anymore, so you can stop being sad. :-)
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level 66
Sep 5, 2014
Two Towers has snuck back ahead of WW2.
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level 52
Mar 9, 2017
But both are miles ahead of A Tale of Two Cities, which is incredibly painful for the more literary of us. And The Two Towers was released years before World War II.
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level 50
Feb 2, 2018
Wrong
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level 72
Aug 8, 2017
Probably due to the large percentage of people from the US on this site. Among Americans, the history buffs may know the 1939 date; however, most are more familiar with the attack that dragged the US into the war - December 7, 1941. Of course, there are also many for whom "history" means the early hits of Taylor Swift.
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level 44
Feb 2, 2012
Hmm, thought it was 2 birds in the nest...oh well
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level 14
Feb 3, 2012
accept star wars 2 for episode 2
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level 22
Apr 9, 2013
ha
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level 39
Jun 10, 2014
U sure you are? 'Cause I'm not.
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level 28
May 21, 2013
YEAH!!! I forgot they came in "episodes." I tried Star Wars 2 too.
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level 50
Sep 5, 2014
Dude. I don't even LIKE Star Wars that much anymore. But I used to love it. And I can't sit by and watch this insanity. It is Episode Two. Not Star Wars 2. Sheesh. Or, depending on who you ask, Episode Five. Whatever.
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level 56
May 7, 2015
I agree. I tried Star Wars. Didn't think to try "episode" if it wouldn't take the title of the series.
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level 57
Feb 2, 2018
Star Wars 2 was the early working title for The Empire Strikes Back (see both Empire of Dreams and Kitbashed.com for this reference). So, while there is no actual Star Wars 2, it would only really reference the second Star Wars movie, with AOTC was not. #nerdknowledge
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level 44
Feb 4, 2012
nobody calls it star wars 2
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level 56
Feb 4, 2018
I did, but I stand corrected.
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level 20
May 16, 2012
Gah! I just watched Dark Knight recently! How the heck did I miss Harvey Dent?!
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level 77
Aug 24, 2012
Although I never expect it to work, I still put 'lefts' for They don't make a right.
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level 46
Sep 22, 2013
3 lefts make a right
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level 77
Sep 5, 2014
Yep, but 2 don't.
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level 76
Sep 5, 2014
Two easy.
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level 10
Feb 27, 2015
Correction, It's TOO easy
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level 60
Jun 12, 2015
*whoosh*
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level 62
Jul 27, 2017
Quizmasters99... BobSaget knows this... read the title of the quiz again and maybe the humor in his response will come to you... geez louise.......
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level 71
Sep 5, 2014
Couldn't Siskel and Ebert also rate a movie two thumbs down?
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level 50
Sep 5, 2014
Yes. Also, since they're two people, they could rate it FOUR thumbs up or down, or three, or just one. (I know it wouldn't fit with the quiz, I'm just going out on a limb here.) Unless, of course, I've been misinformed and one of them got a hand or a thumb cut off. Or two. Or maybe... actually, I'm going to get off this limb. I have a feeling it's dead.
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level 60
Sep 5, 2014
I thought it was odd to have to include the word up. Should just be two thumbs since one could be up and the other down on the same movie.
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level ∞
Sep 5, 2014
Just "Two Thumbs" will work now.
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level 39
Feb 4, 2018
I've never heard of a Siskel and Ebert. I thought it might be a sciencey thing I hadn't heard of, so I am glad it just referring to random movie critics. "Have you seen these readings? The Siskel and Ebert count is off the charts!"
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level 60
Sep 5, 2014
"2Pac" does not contain "Two" as the quiz description states.
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level 45
Sep 9, 2014
except that you typed it in your post
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level 60
Sep 15, 2014
The quotations around "two", in all other instances, indicate that what is in the quotations needs to match EXACTLY to the response. Therefore, "2" is not the same as "two" when in quotations. If you're suggesting that I typed "twopac" then you're severely mistaken in addition to being incorrect.
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level 45
Jan 16, 2015
C'mon, it was a clever inclusion and I don't think Tupac would mind.
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level 72
Nov 3, 2015
...especially since he CAN'T!
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level 70
Feb 2, 2018
It seems like some people don't like to have fun.
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level 47
Sep 5, 2014
Harvey Dent? Two Face? Explain please. 10Q.
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level 18
Sep 5, 2014
Harvey dent from the dark knight (batman) turned into two face when half of his face was burned by gasoline.
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level 33
Sep 7, 2014
Not just Dark Knight...all through the Batman series
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level 73
Feb 2, 2018
Some adaptations have also given him an obsession with the entire concept of duality.
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level 48
Mar 2, 2015
i could be wrong, but i thought it was two sense not two cents. Am i wrong?
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level 47
Apr 11, 2015
Yes you are wrong. It's two cents
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level 51
Apr 11, 2016
In Australia, "two bob" is slang for opinion as opposed to "two cents".
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level 57
Aug 25, 2017
I've never heard that before. Likely an older generation thing. Younger people are likely more familiar with the American phrase.
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level 48
Jul 3, 2017
I tried ' 2nd world war' and it didn't work :(
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level 65
Jul 3, 2017
I'll bet you tried "Anterior Incisors" for front teeth as well.
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level 60
Aug 18, 2017
No. 2 Pencils - do they even exist anymore?
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level 57
Aug 25, 2017
Yes. Why would pencils not exist anymore? Computers haven't completely replaced everything.
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level 32
Jan 21, 2018
if No.2 pencils were the only pencils in the world, would they be No.1.....
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level 69
Oct 12, 2017
It's a shame to not see The Spin Doctors on here
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level 65
Feb 2, 2018
I tried 'Penneth', and several varieties of until I tried penny and got given it, but it is Penneth in the English version of the saying.
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level 60
Feb 2, 2018
Seconded. I tried 'penn'orth' (abbreviation of pennyworth) as used in the UK. I then started to type it in full and it was accepted at 'penny'.
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level 71
Feb 2, 2018
Didn't know the Kahlo answer but I could at least eliminate "two eyebrows" from consideration.
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level 72
Feb 12, 2018
I'd like to see some other artists for a change. No problem with her, but she seems to be the only female artist who appears in these quizzes. (Although she was the least-guessed answer, so obviously we haven't learned everything about her yet.)
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level 34
Feb 2, 2018
very us-centric
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level 53
Feb 2, 2018
Minds as an option in addition to heads?
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level 62
Feb 2, 2018
couldn't get that "Two hearts are better than one" song by Springsteen out of my head. Needed another head.
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level 56
Feb 4, 2018
I tried hearts, minds, brains, people...
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level 28
Feb 7, 2018
It took me a while to remember “A Tale of Two Cities “. I was going through a bunch of Dickens novels in my head and I totally blocked on that one. I skipped by it a couple of times until I realized what it was. So obvious!
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level 45
Feb 14, 2018
I like the picture. It works for both "two heads" and "two cents."
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