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1. "Recession-Proof" was about jobs that resist economic recessions better than others. Which of the following is one such occupation?
2. "How to be a Hipster" was about TV shows that featured or mocked "hipsters". Which of these programs, set in Oregon, has Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein playing "hipster" characters?
3. "Operation Motive" was about U.S. criminal cases where the concept of motive was examined. In U.S. criminal law, do the words "purpose" and "motive" mean the exact same thing?
4. "Trick a Taco" was a fun quiz about several variations of this delicious Mexican food. Which of the following items, which translates to "pork rinds", is a common ingredient of "tacos campechanos"?
5. "Her and I" was about Disney Channel couples over the years. Which of the following pairs of characters was NEVER a couple while their show was on the air?
6. "The Wild World of Wiring" was a quiz about safety as it relates to electrical wiring. Which of the following options is most closely related to electrical safety?
7. "Two Little Boys" was about celebrity twins. Which of these celebrity siblings are NOT twins?
8. "Jack O'Llama" quizzed players about people whose names are also types of animals. Which bird completes the names _________ Williams, _________ van Persie, and _________ Gibb?
9. "Nefesh Yehudi Homiyah" was a quiz about the lyrics of "Hatikvah", which is the national anthem of which country?
10. "Franny and Zooey" was about an eponymous entertaining book written by which reclusive American author, also known for "The Catcher in the Rye"?
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