1. Running on NBC from 1968-1971, Paul Winfield and Fred Williamson both took turns as the love interest for the title character, who worked at Astrospace Industries with Hannah Yarby and Dr. Chegley. After her husband died in Vietnam, this nurse moved to Los Angeles with her son Corey for a chance for a new life, and hilarity sometimes ensued. For ten points, name this groundbreaking sitcom for African-American women starring Diahann Carroll as the title character.
2. Set in Salem, Massachusetts, and supposedly airing on G-Spin, secondary characters include Eleanor Flatow, Tom Rossano and Bob Parsons. The last line has Flatow asking Nikki Cappelli if she could wear a turtleneck. That's because earlier in the work, Cappelli did a suggestive dance after a strap on her tank top snapped, angering the Broadcast Censorship Committee. For ten points, this describes what Internet registrar's ad that went against the grain in this year's Super Bowl by featuring the busty Candice Michelle as Cappelli?
3. Kimmie Meissner achieved this feat in 2005 in Portland, Oregon. Ludmila Nelidina of Russia and Yukari Nakano of Japan did it in 2002 in Spokane. Brian Orser was the first person to land one in comptition, doing so in 1979. It requires tremendous strength and the ability to rotate quickly. Skaters lead into the jump head-on, rather than backward, increasing the level of difficulty because they must do an extra half turn before landing. For ten points, name this jump most associated in ladies figure skating with Midori Ito and Tonya Harding.
4. (AUDIO) Given a clip of a 1966 #1 pop hit, name the title and artist, for ten points. [Clip 42]
5. Events shot at the venue include the 2002 to 2004 ESPY Awards and the Barry Manilow concert DVD, Ultimate Manilow! Completed in 2002 as part of a 615 million-dollar complex, its Babylon Court is designed after D.W. Griffith�s set from the 1916 film Intolerance. It�s located across the street from the Roosevelt Hotel, which held the first of the events the new venue is meant to showcase. For ten points, name this venue on Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue; now the permanent home of the Academy Awards.
6. Room, cow, Light, red balloon, bears, chairs, kittens, mittens, clocks, socks, little house, mouse, comb, brush, nobody, mush, the old lady whispering hush, Stars, air, noises everywhere. These are all the things a little bunny bids a fond evening to, aside from the title object, in, for ten points, what 1976 children�s book by Margaret Wise Brown?
7. His innovations include the field of round, black dots used to represent a powerful, unspecified kind of energy. He got his start in the '30s doing in-betweens for Popeye cartoons, while his later animation work includes Thundarr the Barbarian. He first made his name at Timely Comics, where he collaborated with Joe Simon to create Captain America. For ten points, what artist created the Fourth World at DC Comics after he had a falling out with Stan Lee, the man with whom he created the Incredible Hulk, Fantastic Four, and X-Men?
8. It was originally written by British folk singer Ewan McColl for his wife Peggy, sister of Pete Seeger, although the artist who made it famous was thinking about her dead cat Sancho Panza when she recorded it. It was initially not a single on the album First Take, although it eventually earned a Grammy for Record of the Year three years after its release. Made famous for its use in a love scene between Donna Mills and Clint Eastwood in Play Misty for Me, this is, for ten points, what Roberta Flack hit?
9. At age nine, this actor played Louis, the governessson, on a national tour of The King and I with Hayley Mills. From 1998 to 2001, he appeared on All My Children as Adam "J.R." Chandler. As a singer, he was part of the boy band Dream Street, dueted with Anne Hathaway on the Elle Enchanted soundtrack, and had a hit in 2004 with "Beautiful Soul" from the Cinderella Story soundtrack. For ten points, name this 17-year-old teen heartthrob, who plays surfer Bradin Westerly on the WB�s Summerland.
10. In 1964, he built the "Pennant Porch" to match his team�s home stadium with that of Yankee Stadium, and had sheep graze behind the outfield wall to save money on grass-cutters. He developed a bright orange baseball in a bid to help hitters, and once proposed that 20-second "pitch clocks" be installed at all stadiums. He paid his players bonuses for growing facial hair, gave nicknames and fictional backstories to star players Catfish Hunter and Vida Blue, and refused to sign Don Sutton for not having a nickname. For ten points, name this colorful owner of baseball�s Athletics in the 1960s and 1970s.
11. Born in Ashland, Kentucky, she grew up in a Fort Ashby, West Virginia trailer park and entertained hopes of going to college to become a storm chasing meterologist. Nicknamed "Leash Girl" by the British tabloids, she has since given birth to a son Carter; one wonders if the kid's conception was captured by the alleged photos of her having sex with several men, including Charles Graner. For ten points, name this private first class who claims she was ordered to smile and point in pictures with naked prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison.
12. The six actresses to play her include Nathalie Paulding, Lacey Chabert, and the girl on whom Stifler vomits in American Pie. After a brief disappearance, she returned from Seattle to Pine Valley in 2000, then left for Paris in 2005. In between, she shocked her mom by dating Lena, had a baby Miranda after being raped by Lena�s former partner and tried to woo the supposedly straight Maggie. For ten points, name this character last played by Eden Riegel, Erica Kane�s lesbian daughter on All My Children.
13. Appearing in Six Pack, and in two S.E. Hinton adaptations, her successful adolescent-acting career took a dive in 1984 when she turned down Splash and instead made the duds The Cotton Club and Streets of Fire. A low point was appearing as Judge Hershey in Judge Dredd. Her career enjoyed a revival beginning with 1999's A Walk on the Moon and 2000's The Perfect Storm. For ten points, name this actress, seen recently in Unfaithful and Under the Tuscan Sun.
14. Before it released its first album, the majority of this act left to form the band Rough Cutt. It reunited in 1997 to release an eponymous album, hoping to capitalize on '80s nostalgia, although there's reason they hadn't recorded since 1990's Detonator, after which frontman Stephen Percy had left the group that had gone down since the heyday of Invasion of Your Privacy and Out of the Cellar. For ten points, what hair metal act is best remembered for "Round and Round"?
15. The most recent additions to the group include Kathryn Smith, Lisa Ligon and Christy Hemme. Short-timers include Tiffany Richardson and Niki Pulliam. Veteran members of the group include Suzanne Talhouk, Rachel Sterling and Julie Costello. Those who stayed on the longest include Angelique Gorges, Sharon Turner and Vanessa Kay, some of whom posed for Playboy in 2002. For ten points, name this group of women who passed out beer and danced in skimpy costumes on The Man Show.
16. It references a Seurat painting in its first track, "Parasol," while it recounts a Hitchcock movie in the fourth, "Jamaica Inn." Damien Rice's guest vocals on "The Power of Orange Knickers" is just part of the Celtic presence on this 2005 album, which has been criticized by some fans because it is the musician's most accessible work to date. "Sleeps with Butterflies" was the first single off of, for ten points, what most recent Tori Amos album?
17. Legend tells they were created one day when the Bunnybees sprinkled magic crystals around. They were originally housed at BabyLand General Hospital. Soon there were Koosas, Furskins, World Travellers, and Twins in most major retailers. For ten points, name this toy, originally licensed by Coleco, and created by Xavier Roberts.
18. After graduating from Brown University, this quarterback played for the Akron Pros, who won the first league championship in 1920. He later coached that team and founded the Blackhawks in Chicago and the Brown Bombers in Harlem as a place for African-American players to play during the '30s and '40s when the NFL was segregated. For ten points, name this first black player and head coach in the NFL, who was finally enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2005.
19. In this film, Kristin Kreuk (KROOK) fools around with Matt Damon, prompting the song "Scotty Doesn't Know." Other cameos include Jeffrey Tambor as Scotty's dad, Lucy Lawless as a proprietor of a sex club in Amsterdam and Vinnie Jones as a soccer hooligan. Scotty heads overseas to patch things up with Mieke (meek-uh), a beautiful German female pen pal he mistakes for a guy, and hilarity ensues. For ten points, name this 2004 American Pie clone that takes place in Bratislava, Berlin, London, Paris and Rome.
20. Once billed as "the most dangerous magazine in America," it was the brain-child of Thomas King Forcade, who once faced indictment for conspiracy to firebomb the 1972 GOP national convention. Recently, circulation dropped due to fallout from the Justice Department's Operation Pipe Dreams. Publishers tried new editors and tried to make it more like The Nation, putting its more typical content in a sister magazine, GrowAmerica. Now back to its roots, it can revel in the success of its media league softball team, the Bonghitters. For ten points, name this pro-marijuana publication.
21. In the book Mystic River, Sgt. Whitey Powers sees this man playing him in a movie about the Katie Marcus case. His movie career has seen him play lawmen in movies ranging from Silverado to F/X to Assault on Precinct 13. On the small screen, he's best known for a series of made for TV movies where he plays Jack Reed. Name, for ten points, this veteran actor whose non-cop roles include Big Tom Callahan in Tommy Boy and Bobby Knight in ESPN's movie of A Season on the Brink.