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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Wallace explains that both elderly people and cruise ships are in need of tremendous _______.
2. What does Wallace believe audiences will reconsider about Pullman after "Lost Highway"?
(a) His comedic abilities.
(b) His intelligence.
(c) His ability to act.
(d) His ability to play serious roles.
3. How does Wallace feel about the cruise director, Scott Peterson?
(a) He finds him intelligent.
(b) He finds him endearing.
(c) He finds him unattractive.
(d) He finds him annoying.
4. What activity sends other passengers running for cover?
(a) Skeet shooting.
(c) Ping pong.
5. Wallace sees that elderly people and a ship have _______ in common.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Wallace believe the criticism of "Lost Highway" will be over?
2. What does Wallace realize about the brochure for the cruise when he boards the ship?
3. Why does Wallace believe he did poorly in the male best legs contest?
4. Why does Wallace think he couldn't compete against some of the lower ranked professionals?
5. Why doesn't Wallace continue to play the little girl in chess?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is Wallace in good company in enjoying the activities on the ship?
2. Why doesn't Wallace participate in many of the activities on the ship?
3. What is Ellery supposed to represent?
4. Does Wallace get seasick? Why or why not?
5. Why doesn't Wallace leave his cabin on the cruise ship?
6. Does Wallace believe he could have been a great tennis player? Why or why not?
7. Why does Wallace say he is on the fence about Lynch casing Richard Pryor?
8. When does Wallace suddenly become dissatisfied with the standards of his cruise ship? Why does this happen?
9. Does Wallace enjoy ordering room service on the cruise ship? Why or why not?
10. How does Wallace anticipate he will be treated on the cruise ship? Why does he think this?
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