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Old 10-21-2007, 07:19 AM   #1
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Sunday Special- A to Z People, Places, Things

Sunday Special- A to Z People, Places, Things
Part Two- N to Z
Reminder- Answer to #14 begins with N, #15 begins with O, etc...........
14. This juvanile act involved holding someone in a headlock and rubbing knuckles over their head. Lisa Loopner was the recipient of lots of these from Todd DiLaMuca on Saturday Night Live's skit, "The Nerds"...
15. "It was the third of June, another sleepy, dusty Delta day..."
16. This was the coolest children's program to air on TV in the 80's (1986-91). The show combined live action, claymation, animation, and computer graphics with a surreal mix of childish whimsey with double-entendre humor...
17. Introduced by Gottlieb in 1982, this video-game featured a foul-mouthed snorkle-nosed little ball of orange fur who jumps on squares of a 3-D pyramid while avoiding bouncing pitfalls...
18. First introduced by craftsman Anton Pasin in 1933, these little red wagons were a classic of the baby-boom generation...
19. Best-selling antiperspirant, it's "Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman!"
20. "Yezz, Boss." Mr. Roarke's heavily accented dwarf manservant from the dream vacation spot Fantasy Island...
21. Endowed with an hourglass figure and luscious red hair, this gal, George's (of the Jungle) sweetheart, is definitely one gorgeous cartoon female...
22. "Okay, fine, fer shur..." They were empty-headed, self-absorbed, shopping-obsessed, spoiled young women; lots of enthusiastic squeals and over-enunciated words were staples of their communication...........
23. Shimmy-esque dance that involved swaying hips from side to side with a jump; introduced in 1964 in a song by the Orlons...
24. "A fantasy! A musical! A place where dreams come true..." (1980)
25. "I'm the roughest, toughest, meanest hombre ever to terrorize the west!". He's a pint-sized, hot-tempered, gun-slinging, cowpoke with a droopy red moustache, featured often in Bugs Bunny cartoons...
26. For a couple of years in the early 70's, chameleon-like rocker David Bowie adopted this androdynous futuristic persona...
14. Noogie
15. Ode to Billy Joe
16. Pee-Wee's Playhouse
17. Q-Bert
18 Radio Flyer
19. Secret Deoderant
20. Tattoo
21. Ursula
22. Valley Girls
23. Watusi
25. Yosemite Sam
26. Ziggy stardust

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