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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the story of Steubins' life, he becomes a(n) ______ director.
2. Who does Ike hate?
3. Before Nick made it in Hollywood, what was he?
(a) A scoot dealer.
(b) A janitor.
(c) An artist.
(d) A farmer.
4. What happens when Shoola meets Ike?
(a) She compliments his hair.
(b) She falls in love with him.
(c) She spills coffee on him.
(d) She taunts him.
5. Whose body is in the water?
(a) Omar Loop.
6. Shoola and the sea lion first begin to connect through _____.
(a) Eye contact.
(b) Dislike of the trainer.
7. What do Mike and Steubins bond over?
(a) Stories of women.
(b) Billiards and absinthe.
(c) Horror stories.
(d) Beer and cards.
8. What happens to Ike in the van?
(a) Shoola kisses him.
(b) Kids steal his wallet.
(c) He falls asleep.
(d) He crashes the van.
9. Where did Shoola grow up?
(b) Far north.
(c) Los Angeles.
(d) Washington, D.C.
10. Ike misunderstands Shoola and thinks she is offering him _______.
(d) Bad advice.
11. Who disappears in Chapter 15?
(a) Omar Loop.
12. After the town meeting, what does Alice realize she shouldn't have done?
(a) Gotten so angry with Mike.
(b) Developed feelings for Ike.
(c) Put Nick in foster care.
(d) Taken the movie job.
13. What are people's reactions to Ike's speech?
(a) The heckle him.
(b) They're in tears.
(c) No one listens.
(d) They revolt against Foxcorp.
14. Why does Mike sneak out of the bar?
(a) Because he's drunk.
(b) To avoid paying his bill.
(c) To get away from Ike.
(d) To avoid a confrontation.
15. What is Nick planning?
(a) To divorce his wife.
(b) To return home.
(d) A party.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Leonard Smalls' job in the movie?
2. How does Shoola feel about the sea lion when they first meet?
3. What is Foxcorp trying to buy?
4. What facade does Mike find over his house?
5. What has happened to the town since Ike's been gone?
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