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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. What does the couple in "The Homes of the Stars" first ask Pat?
(a) To take them to the studio.
(b) To have lunch with them.
(c) To have dinner with them.
(d) To show them the homes of the stars.
2. Where is Pat working at in "Pat Hobby, Putative Father"?
(a) The studio.
(b) A bank.
(c) A bookstore.
(d) A restaurant.
3. In "Pat Hobby and Orson Welles," whom does everyone keep talking about?
(a) Pat Hobby.
(c) Mr. Marcus.
(d) Orson Welles.
4. In "Pat Hobby's Secret," what is Mr. Banizon's profession?
(b) Studio producer.
5. In "A Man in the Way," what is the young woman's idea for a script?
(a) A writer who is out of work.
(b) Artifacts being shipped to Europe.
(c) An actor who is out of work.
(d) Books being shipped to China.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Pat recruit to steal the script in "Teamed with Genius"?
2. How long does it take for the script to be finished in "Teamed with Genius"?
3. In "Pat Hobby's Christmas Wish," Pat is chatting with a guy from the ______________.
4. How much money is Pat going to get from Banizon in "Pat Hobby's Secret"?
5. What is the result of Pat's plan to secure a better position in the studio?
Short Essay Questions
1. In "Pat Hobby and Orson Welles," how is Pat pushed to the back burner, even when he is dressed like Orson Welles?
2. In "A Man in the Way," how does Berners react to finding out the truth about Pat?
3. In "Boil Some Water--Lots of It," how does Pat try to fix the situation regarding the man trying to sit at the Big Table?
4. In "The Homes of the Stars," what happens when Pat leads a couple into the house that he pretends is Shirley Temple's?
5. In "The Homes of the Stars," what kind of scam does Pat run?
6. What does "A Man in the Way" show about Pat?
7. How does Pat feel about the change in movies in "Pat Hobby's Christmas Wish"?
8. Who does Pat blame for his problem, and who should he be blaming in "Pat Hobby and Orson Welles"?
9. How does Pat try to impress his son in "Pat Hobby, Putative Father"?
10. How does "Boil Some Water--Lots of It" touch on the theme of respect?
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