1. The .to Internet domain is popular because it's also the English word for "to." Who owns .to?

A. Tobago

B. Tokyo

C. Tonga

D. Toronto

2. What little girl and resident of the Plaza Hotel may have been based on Liza Minnelli, who was author Kay Thompson's godchild?

A. Eloise

B. Heidi

C. Madeline

D. Nancy

3. What is both the longest Beatles single, at 7:11, as well as the song that lasted longest at No. 1, for nine weeks?

A. "All You Need Is Love"

B. "Come Together"

C. "Hey Jude"

D. "Yesterday"

4. What movie bio of rapper Biggie Smalls shares its name with an Alfred Hitchcock movie?

A. "Infamous"

B. "Notorious"

C. "Outrageous"

D. "Visionary"

5. What Russian ruler beat his pregnant daughter-in-law for dressing too seductively, and then killed his own son for trying to stop him?

A. Ivan the Dreadful

B. Ivan the Furious

C. Ivan the Terrible

D. Ivan the Woeful

6. What sitting vice president shot lawyer Harry Whittington in the face during a quail shoot in Texas, an incident for which Whittington apologized?

A. Joe Biden

B. Dick Cheney

C. Al Gore

D. Dan Quayle

Answers

1. C. The .to domain belongs to Tonga.

2. A. Eloise lived in the Plaza Hotel.

3. C. "Hey Jude" is the longest Beatles song.

4. B. Biggie Small was the Notorious BIG, so "Notorious" is the answer.

5. C. Ivan the Terrible was pretty terrible.

6. B. Dick Cheney shot his friend.

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