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One More Thing Quiz

B. J. Novak
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Why does the boy in “Kellogg’s” decide to move in with his biological father? (from MONSTER: The Roller Coaster, Kellogg’s (or: The Last Wholesome Fantasy of the Middle-School Boy), The Man Who Posted Pictures of Everything He Ate, Closure, Kindness Among Cakes, Quantum Nonlocality and the Death of Elvis Presley, If I Had a Nickel, A Good Problem to Have, Johnny Depp, Fate, and the Double-Decker Hollywood Tour Bus, and Being Young Was Her Thing)

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Why did the man in “The Man Who Invented the Calendar” change the number of days in January? (from Walking on Eggshells (or: When I Loved Tony Robbins), The Impatient Billionaire and the Mirror for Earth, Missed Connection: Grocery Spill at 21st and 6th 2:30 pm on Wednesday, I Never Want to Walk on the Moon, Sophia, The Comedy Central Roast of Nelson Mandela, They Kept Driving Faster and Outran the Rain, The Man Who Invented the Calendar, The Ghost of Mark Twain, The Beautiful Girl in the Bookstore)

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What is the title John Grisham had wanted for his book in, “The Something by John Grisham?” (from The Rematch, Dark Matter, No One Goes to Heaven to See Dan Fogelberg, Romance, Chapter One, Julie and the Warlord, The Something by John Grisham, The Girl Who Gave Great Advice, All You Have to Do, ‘Rithmetic, and The Ambulance Driver)

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What does the roller coaster in “MONSTER: The Roller Coaster” symbolize? (from MONSTER: The Roller Coaster, Kellogg’s (or: The Last Wholesome Fantasy of the Middle-School Boy), The Man Who Posted Pictures of Everything He Ate, Closure, Kindness Among Cakes, Quantum Nonlocality and the Death of Elvis Presley, If I Had a Nickel, A Good Problem to Have, Johnny Depp, Fate, and the Double-Decker Hollywood Tour Bus, and Being Young Was Her Thing)

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What is the irony in “Great Writers Steal”? (from Angel Echeverria, Comediante Superpopular, The Market Was Down, The Vague Restaurant Critic, One of These Days, We Have to Do Something About Willie, Wikipedia Brown and the Case of the Missing Bicycle, Regret Is Just Perfectionism Plus Time, Chris Hansen at the Justin Bieber Concert, Great Writers Steal, Confucius at Home, War, If You Love Something, Just an Idea, and Heyyyyy, Rabbits)

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