Fun 90s trivia - printable trivia quizzes - questions and answers - Miscellaneous.
What novelist dreamed up the TV series ER?
A: Michael Crichton.
What Baywatch beauty's exotic appeal has been attributed to her
Afro-American, Cherokee and Italian heritage?
Whose presidential library occupies 90 acres on the West Campus
of Texas A&M?
A: George Bush's.
What auto giant purchased Land Rover, the last major auto
manufacturer still run by Britons?
What wheelchair-bound Mattel doll couldn't fit through the door
of the Barbie Dream House?
What U.S. site suffered $510 million in damages from a bomb that
cost $300 to make?
A: The World Trade Center.
What outfit, after investing 20 years and $20 million, stopped
using psychics to gather info?
A: The Central Intelligence Agency.
What Saturday Night Live New Age "therapist" joked: "When you
assume, you make an ass out of Uma Thurman"?
A: Stuart Smalley.
Who was the first participant in the O.J. Simpson trial to be
featured on the cover of Playgirl?
A: Kato Kaelin.
What wrestler died after falling 78 feet into the ring when
the rigging on his harness malfunctioned?
A: Owen Hart, or the Blue Blazer.
What Aussie cover girl put on 20 pounds to play a 19th-century
artist's model in Sirens?
A: Elle MacPherson.
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What Arizona landmark was misidentified as being in Colorado, on
a hastily recalled U.S. stamp?
A: The Grand Canyon.
What U.S. state voted to approve Proposition 187, denying health
and social services to illegal immigrants, until the federal courts
What Partridge Family star settled an old grudge by pummeling
Donny Osmond in a charity boxing bout?
A: Danny Bonaduce.
What NBA star topped Mr. Blackwell's 1995 list of Worst-Dressed
A: Dennis Rodman.
What U.S. senator resigned shortly after the Ethics Committee
recommended he be expelled for sexual misconduct?
A: Bob Packwood.
What TV series featured a werewolf who plunked bass in band
called Dingoes Ate By BAby?
A: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
What book about four days in Iowa took Robert J. Waller two weeks
to write, and topped bestseller lists for seven months?
A: The Bridges of Madison County.
What A-word has been replaced, according to The Official
Politically Correct Dictionary and Handbook, by " cerebro-atmospheric
What U.S. senator defended his claim that smoking wasn't
addictive by noting: " We now it's not good for kids...some would
say milk's not good"?
A: Bob Dole.
What U.S. city got 15 people off its welfare rolls by training
them to be telephone psychics?
A: New York City.
What full length animated biblical saga led Dreamworks to consult
with 600 religious experts?
A: The Prince of Egypt.