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"I find "Carolines" all over the place. Most of them are "sweet". See if you can figure out which "Caroline" I am talking about. And for a bonus, I will also give you some interesting facts about the name Caroline itself. Have fun!"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
A TV show that ran in the late 1990s had the name "Caroline" in the title. What was the full title of this show?
Caroline in the Hospital
Caroline in the City
Caroline in the Office
Caroline in Big Trouble
Caroline Louise Marguerite Grimaldi is a princess of a small country in Europe. Which one?
Caroline Lind competed in the Olympic Games in 2008 held in Beijing, China. In what sport did she participate?
Who sang the song "Oh, My Sweet Carolina"?
Caroline Herschel was an award-winning scientist in her day. In what branch of science did she excel?
There is a place on this Earth called "Caroline Island".
John F. Kennedy's only daughter is named Caroline. When she married in 1986, she kept her maiden name. What was her husband's surname?
There was a US president's wife named Caroline.
Caroline Rhea was the original host of "The Biggest Loser", which first aired in 2004. What network debuted this reality show about losing weight?
Karen Grassle played Caroline Ingalls on the beloved television show "Little House on the Prairie"(1974-1983). Who was the actor that played her husband, Charles?
Lady Caroline Lamb was a mistress to a famous poet. Which one?
Edgar Allen Poe
A famous newscaster has a daughter named Caroline. Who?
Caroline Corr, of the famous Celtic folk rock group The Corrs, plays many instruments. Which one does she NOT play?
In 1837, the "Caroline Affair" raged between the United States and Canada. Who or what was the "Caroline" in this case?
The wife of the Canadian Prime Minister
The wife of the US Secretary of State
Okay! Okay! Here we are at the end of the quiz so it must be time to talk about Neil Diamond's hit song "Sweet Caroline". With its extremely popular melody, it soon became a hit. Much later, the record eventually went what? Think precious metal!
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Compiled Feb 14 13