1. Contrary to popular belief, it is actually a 160-acre development in Margate, and its actual first name features an "e." The mortgage value here is 140 dollars, while the rent with four houses is worth 1075 dollars, or 175 dollars than its rent with a hotel. With a "no property" rent of 24 dollars this is, for ten points, what yellow space on a U.S. Monopoly board, located next to the Go to Jail space?
2. He made his film debut in 1989's Lock Up. He's played a number of law enforcement agents in things like Point Break, Natural Born Killers, and on TV's Robbery Homicide Division, but also has a resume playing criminals, including John Gotti in TV's Witness to the Mob. In 2003 he was convicted of beating up his fianc�e, Heidi Fleiss. For ten points, name this actor, Pete Rose in ESPN's Hustle, who was recently sentenced to 17 months in jail for violating his probation.
3. The first commercial one, named for builder Charles Lartigue, opened in 1888 in Listowel, Ireland. The one in Wuppertal, Germany, opened in 1901 and is still running. The one that connects Shanghai's airport with its financial center had a regular running speed of 267 miles per hour. Several others run within airports, such as in Tampa or Newark. Both Seattle and Montreal have ones built for World's Fairs, while Las Vegas has one that connects several casinos - when it's working. All of these are, for ten points, examples of what sort of public transportation system, whose best known uses are at Walt Disney World and a solar-powered one at the center of an episode of The Simpsons?
4. Had the Utah Jazz won a coin flip, the team might have drafted this man instead of settling for "Dr. Dunkenstein" Darrell Griffith with the second overall pick. This big man did actually lead the team that drafted him in scoring in two different seasons including 24.1 points per game in the 1982-83 season. Taken out of Purdue with the first pick in the 1980 draft, this is, for ten points, what Golden State center who will always be remembered as the scraps received when the Celtics got Robert Parish and the pick that became Kevin McHale?
5. Many ideas in this series come from unpublished letters to Playboy where the two co-creators worked. The foreword to the second volume refers to self-destruct mynah birds that may have been in the 500 pages cut by the publisher. Popularizing the term "fnord," it follows Saul Goodman and Barney Muldoon, who investigate the bombing of a leftist magazine. The Eye in the Pyramid, The Golden Apple, and Leviathan make up, for ten points, what conspiracy-laden trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson?
6. It debuted on January 3, 1983, the same day NBC premiered Sale of the Century, Hit Man and Just Men! A contestant is shown four prizes. For each prize, the contestant sees two digits, but only one is right. For each correct answer, the player gets a chip. After accumulating the chips, the contestant climbs a staircase and drops the chips on a pegged board. A contestant has a 59,041-to-1 shot of accumulating the maximum dollar amount in this game, which was increased to $50,000 during the show's 27th season. For ten points, name this most popular of Price is Right pricing games.
7. The first actor to be cast by Paul Simon in The Capeman, he had small roles in Carlito's Way and Hackers, and a larger role as drug addict Noel in Martin Scorsese's Bringing Out the Dead. Still, this former husband of 1993 Miss Universe Dayanara Torres is better known for his musical career, releasing albums such as Mended and Libre and songs such as "I've Got You" and "I Need to Know." For ten points, name this biggest-selling salsa artist of all time who has not made a film worse than wife Jennifer Lopez.
8. Open or cupped-hands provide better control than a closed fist. A common steal strategy is the sacrifice wrap, in which you hit the ball once in the opponents' direction to set up a more favorable hit. Some prefer that a player or team can't hit the ball until the opponent does, or until it wraps four times. Grabbing the pole often is an automatic loss, but there are no official rules governing this game For ten points, name this playground activity, which Napoleon asks Deb to play at the end of Napoleon Dynamite.
9. Rumor has it that the Atlanta franchise will let you pick a fish and cook it up for you any way you like. They say the fish tank is in the floor. When Calvin Palmer and crew sneak into the Chicago outlet, they learn that the fish rumor is false, but the place does have an indoor basketball court and electric clippers with silent motors. For ten points, name this chain billed as the ultimate urban hair experience, the rival to Palmer and his friends in Barbershop II: Back in Business.
10. 1993 saw a lot of turnover on this show. Rarely seen daughter Emily briefly appeared, while her sister Barbara left the show. Patrick left Carol, who gave birth to Scotty. The workplace shifted to an inner-city clinic run by a sassy Marsha Warfield. However, Charlie still barged in to bother Dr. Harry Weston, a widowed pediatrician who found solace in his dog Dreyfuss but was occasionally pestered by the neighboring Golden Girls. For ten points, name this early 90s NBC sitcom starring Richard Mulligan.
11. This album was it's artists' second for Fantasy Records, but the first one recorded at San Francisco's Wally Heider Studio with engineer Russ Gary. Its name comes from a Northern California site frequented by the lead singer as a child. The follow up to Bayou Country, the album had a more rockabilly sound not heard in songs like "Proud Mary" or "Suzie Q." Instead, it featured singles "Commotion," "Lodi," "Bad Moon Rising" and the title track. For ten points, name this 1969 album, the first No. 1 for Credence Clearwater Revival.
12. Its purchases include D.C. radio host Michael Graham, advertising space on pregnant woman Elise Harp, the "Weeping Jesus Rock," and a grilled cheese sandwich alledgedly featuring the image of the Virgin Mary. The World Swimming Championships, the UEFA Cup final, and Super Bowl XXXVIII are among the events it has advertised at by sponsoring Mark Roberts, the serial streaker. For ten points, name this Canadian internet casino that is rather fond of publicity stunts.
13. Originally with the first names Ivan Simon, his Yugoslavian family moved from England to the U.S. in 1980, but he's retained his English accent. His only major television role was a recurring one during the last season of X-Files, but his film roles have been quite varied, including parts in Hot Shots, Liar Liar, Glory, and Days of Thunder. Seen most recently as Dr. Lawrence Gordon in Saw, for ten points, name this actor whose credits include the title role in Robin Hood: Men in Tights! and Westley in The Princess Bride.
14. Shortly after the 1999 season, he married Jessica Lugo. Born in 1977 in Manati, he is a 1995 graduate of Fernando Callejas High School in Puerto Rico, and a second round pick in that year's amateur draft. Three years later, he made his major league debut. In 1999, he was named American League Rookie of the Year. Between 2001 and 2004, he hit at least 20 homers, drove in at least 100 runs and stole at least 31 bases per season, the first three-and-a-half for Kansas City. For ten points, name this outfielder, who left the Astros after half-a-season to sign with the New York Mets in 2005.
15. He was a three-time captain of the CBS team on Battle of the Network Stars and he was seen as Brady McKay in The Michael Richards Show. Star of the short-lived series Turks and The Monroes, he played Al Capone on Lois and Clark as well as the president in Stargate SG-1. He�s also served two cabinet posts: Secretary of State on The West Wing and Secretary of Defense on 24. For ten points, name this actor best known for playing Gregory Summers on Knots Landing.
16. (AUDIO) Given a clip of dialogue from a film classic, name it, for ten points. [Clip 46]
17. He spent seven years working for the Social Security Administration in Cleveland and Baltimore. After leaving his government job, he became a leading light of the New Wave of sci fi writers. His first novel, Lord of Light was based on the Hindu pantheon. Egyptian gods and goddesses feature heavily in Creatures of Light and Darkness, while Eye of Cat borrows from Navajo religion and folklore. For ten points, name this writer best known for his Amber series.
18. Sporty Thievz released a response to this song in which they railed against "pigeons." Although co-written by Kevin "Shekspere" Briggs and two members of the band Xscape, it was released by a different female group. The inability to 'spatially expand" someone's horizon, a game that is "kinda weak," "lookin' like trash," sitting on one's broke ass, and "hanging out of the passenger side / Of his best friend's ride" are some of the traits of the persona non grata in, for ten points, what hit off the album Fanmail by TLC?
19. As an author, he�s written the inspirational books Keep It Simple and It�s Only A Game. As a singer, he�s released six albums, including <BLANK> Sings Christmas Songs for the Whole Family. As an actor, he played Sherman the SWAT commander in Hooper and formed a team with Mel Tillis in The Cannonball Run. During the 1997-98 TV season, he hosted a daytime talk show called The Home Team With <BLANK>. In the world of sports, he led an NFL team to four Super Bowls. For ten points, name this Fox commentator and Hall of Fame quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
20. This Florida-based chain got its current name in 1955, but its roots go back to an Idaho market in 1913. While its name is on Hope Lodges for cancer patients in Gainesville, Atlanta, and Miami, its retail empire was built by buying grocers such as Steiden in Kentucky, Penney in South Carolina and King in Georgia, plus building out Marketplace stores. For ten points, name this Southern supermarket chain that's also the name of the titular dog in a Kate DiCamillo novel and a movie starring Dave Matthews and Jeff Daniels.
21. First and last name is the same. From 1963-1965, this character could be seen on TV working as a bellhop at the Park Central Hotel, a culmination of his popularity after being created on The Steve Allen Show. The other has 110 career saves, including 41 for Colorado in 2002, and is trying to catch on with Arizona, the team he no-hit as a rookie for the Cardinals in 1998. For ten points, name this pitcher who shares his name with comedian Bill Dana's Mexican immigrant character.