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21 questions in total.
Each correct answer will fetch you 1 mark.The key word that’s supposed
to be in the answer is underlined.
In case of part questions, each correct part will give you ½.
Questions 7 to 14 are star marked which will be used to resolve ties.
Assume you are one of the live audience at the first episode of Friends. It
is 1994 and you do not have a Smartphone. Hence, you cannot Google
for the rest of the event.
Please do not peep in your neighbour’s sheet.
Six teams into the finals
He is an American actor and producer, best known for his roles
in Saving Private Ryan, Boiler Room, Avatar andTed.
His role was to depict a person who has a punctured lung, was
arrested for stealing birds' eggs, likes to melt things, and used to
own a dog named "Tumor".
He also believed that 'massage parlor' is a euphemism for brothel.
His character was in “kind of an emergency” when he first
appeared on the show.
ID the character. What emergency?
Put funda for this list.
List of names used by JoeyTribbiani in the
The vintage poster, called, “Jouets” (French for toys) made by
artist Jules Cheret in 1885, features a decorated rocking horse,
one of the most desired and expensive gifts a child could receive in
It is one of approximately 42 advertising posters that Cheret
designed for a department store in Paris that was known as "Aux
Buttes Chaumont" starting around 1878 and continuing to 1891.
Where would have one seen this Poster?
Unagi, Japanese for Fresh water eel, has transcended definitions
for Ross. According to him “ It is a state of total awareness”.
Throughout the episode Ross tries to scare Rachel and Phoebe by
randomly shouting out “DANGER!” underestimating their ability
to perceive caution.
In the end, from Ross’ apartment, Phoebe and Rachel give him a
taste of his own medicine by scaring him.
As Unagi is for Ross, what name does Rachel give her sense of
awareness, it being named after a Japanese Sushi dish Rachel
craves for ?
With Game ofThrones gaining more popularity (not that we
repent) given below are two House Banners with sigils. Give me
what their House words would be if the characters mentioned
were cast in GoT.
Made in the White Plains during the days of yore, what object is
Phoebe fascinated by that Rachel buys from a “flea market”?
Phoebe looks at its several compartments which possibly could
have been used to store “all their potions and stuff” almost
smelling the opium off of it.
But 500 bucks for it in a flea market should have been something
Rachel should have thought about before she got hold of it. But
“one and fifty dollars” in the old time pricing is an offer anybody
In 1838, Charles Wheatstone applied principles of stereopsis, the
ability to perceive depth, to create the first 3D viewing device.
3D glasses let our imaginations run free, creating images that
you can almost reach out and touch
Phoebe, crazy, loving and caring as she is, used this ability to
reach out and touch someone whom she was close to after a loss.
Where exactly/ what occasion did Phoebe hand out 3-D glasses?
In 1989, Phil Solem and Danny Wilde formed something that
shared it’s name with one of the greatest painters and
printmakers in Dutch history.
Having painted a lot of self portraits, he brought about the selfie
revolution as early as 17th century.
What Phil and Danny formed will always be remembered as it was
there for the show for ten years.
What did they form?
Phoebe: (on phone) Hi!Yeah, I’m calling on behalf of Monica
Geller’s eye, and is um, is Richard Burke in today? (Listens) (to
Monica) He’s out of town, but does she want to see the on-call
Phoebe:Yes! She’s very excited about that. Okay we'll be right in.
Chandler: Okay,so,uh, who's gonna-who's gonna take her in?
Rachel: I'll go.You can go watch the parade.
Who was the On Call doctor?
Feminist bloggers such as Rivu Dasgupta andAmanda
Marcotte have argued that the concept is misogynistic.
Dasgupta sees it as being rooted in male narcissism.The nice
guy concept has been criticized as a gender trope with an
underlying message that kind acts demand a sexual or romantic
According to Joey, Ross has a high authoritative position in
consideration to the concept.
One is a possessive adjective, indicating ownership of something.
The other is a contraction (combination) of two.
The two are not interchangeable.
Getting it wrong makes you look stupid.
Still confused? Let Ross explain it for you.
It was established in 1966 by Jay Sarno who sought to create an
opulent facility that gave guests a sense of life during the Roman
This place was originally going to be called the Cabana Palace,
then Desert Palace, then ________ Palace.
The place shares it’s name with that of a salad(Named after an
Italian born chef and not the Roman emperor) made out of
Romaine lettuce, croutons, Parmesan cheese, lemon juice, olive
oil, egg, Worcestershire sauce, and black pepper.
Id the place.
"Dancing in the Dark" is a song written and performed by
American rock singer Bruce Springsteen.
As the first single released from his 1984 album, Born in the
U.S.A., it became his biggest hit and propelled the album to
become the best-selling one of his career.
Besides the song, it’s video has someone that all FRIENDS fan
Which of the FRIENDS actors, before they gained fame off of the
show was known to the public as “the girl from the Bruce
Springsteen’s video” ?
In the whole of the series, there have been many cameo
appearances by several personalities.
From the video below, ID the personality.
What you just saw was a pretty iconic image, paired with a pretty
If you Google Image search FRIENDS water fountain, you're
greeted with fans who think they're taking a photo by the water
fountain used for the opening credits, but they're really just taking
a picture in front of a water fountain that probably contains a lot of
After a little research, we found that the opening credits of
FRIENDS is a lie, because this fountain is not only not in
Washington Square Park... it's not in NewYork.
The ingredients for a particular dish is given as follows:
Ground sirloin, egg, Italian bread crumbs, onion, garlic, red
pepper flakes ,Worcestershire sauce ,parsley leaves ,Parmesan or
Romano, Coarse salt and black pepper.
Combine the dish with marinara sauce and roll them into filling for
During the ride along with Phoebe’s then boyfriend Gary, Ross
experiences a near death experience supposedly being saved by
Joey. As the episode progresses, we find out that Joey was in fact
trying to save the dish rather than Ross.
A blacklight gives off highly energetic ultraviolet light which
cannot be seen.
Fluorescent substances absorb them and re emit them almost
instantaneously. Some energy gets lost in the process and the
emitted light has a longer wavelength which makes the material
Teeth whiteners and some tooth pastes contain compounds that
glow blue to keep teeth from appearing yellow.
Who in the series was a victim to this scientific process?
LasVegas is known for it’s casinos and slot machines. In the One
inVegas, Phoebe tries her luck with the slot machines and fails
miserably at it up until an old lady wins for the third time on her
Ross says “ I bet she’s one of those people” and refers to them
with a common noun.
Ross’s Nana was one and the money she got was expended on
Ross’ “Karate Lessons”
They are called so because of the way they lie or wait in
concealment; remain in or around a place secretly or furtively.
David Crane and Marta Kauffman (Producer of Friends) along
with Jeff Greenstein earlier co-created aTV series “Dream”. It ran
for six seasons on HBO between 1990 and 1996.
In one of interview Jeff Greenstein said "When Marta & David &
Jeff & I did 'Dream’, we used to spend a lot of time thinking
about titles, because they were on-screen at the top of each
On "Friends", we decided that was a waste of time.
This resulted in what?
Why every FRIENDS episode start with “The One with”
We figured why not name each episode after the thing that people
will ostensibly be talking about around the water-cooler the next