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How Well Do You Know: Back to School: Going to School in the Movies
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1. Animal House was primarily concerned with the exploits of the denizens of:
Zeta House
Delta House
Omega House
Lambda House
2. A member of this popular clique kept trying to make "fetch" happen:
The Flawless Four
The Queen Bees
The Plastics
The Populars
By way of explanation.....
Poor Gretchen
3. Goldie Hawn, Craig T. Nelson, Sid Caeser and Billy Bob Thorton all coached high school:
By way of explanation.....
In the movies Wildcats, All the Right Moves, Grease and Friday Night Lights
4. On Ferris Bueller's ninth sick day of the year, he is missing a test in:
18th century French poetry
European socialism
Home economics
By way of explanation.....
"I mean, really, what's the point? I'm not European. I don't plan on being European. So who gives a crap if they're socialists? They could be fascist anarchists, it still doesn't change the fact that I don't own a car."
5. This high-school film inspired loosely based sequels with "Again," "All or Nothing" and "In It to Win It" in their titles
American Pie
She's All That
Bring It On
6. In Back to School, when did Thornton Melon dream about going to college?
When he was sleeping with his guidance counsellor
When he fell asleep in high school
During summer vacations
During bored board meetings
7. Which of the following did not play a member of the faculty in The Faculty?
Famke Janssen
Samuel L. Jackson
Jon Stewart
Robert Patrick
8. This teenager finds that Pocket Full of Sunshine makes for a most contagious earworm:
Jim Levenstein
Olive Penderghast
Donnie Darko
By way of explanation.....
Watch Easy A, and I dare you to not hear this song in your head for the rest of the week
9. The big song-and-dance number that led to the conclusion of Not Another Teen Movie was titled:
Prom Tonight
Peer Pressure
Homecoming of the Hero of Homecoming
Unlucky at Gettin' Lucky
10. The kids in this movie most likely weren't aware of it, but they're basically acting out the plot to Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew:
She's All That
Pretty in Pink
Cruel Intentions
Ten Things I Hate About You
11. If you've enrolled in the South Harmon Institute of Technology (ha ha ha), you're most likely a character in:
The House Bunny
Disturbing Behavior
Animal House
12. Academics, athletics, community service, debate and school spirit are disciplines that must be mastered in:
Old School
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
The Skulls
Napoleon Dyanmite
By way of explanation.....
You're my boy, Blue! You're my boy!
13. In Varsity Blues, several members of the Coyotes venture into a - er - gentlemen's club, where they are surprised to find their _________ performing on stage:
Guidance councellor
Team manager
Sex ed teacher
English teacher
14. "O Captain My Captain!" was a rallying cry, of sorts, for the students in Mr. Keating's English class. This salute, Mr. Keating taught them, was derived from a poem by:
By way of explanation.....
Phone call from God. If it had been collect, that would have been daring
15. Which does not correctly match the actor to the film in which he portrayed a principal?
Paul Gleeson - The Breakfast Club
Jeffrey Jones - Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Morgan Freeman - Lean on Me
Richard Dreyfuss - Mr. Holland's Opus
16. Which of the following films is the closest to an update of 1989's cult classic Heathers?
Pump Up the Volume
The Craft
Save the Last Dance
17. "You mean to tell me that you argued your way from a C+ to an A-?"

"Totally based on my powers of persuasion. You proud?"

"Honey, I couldn't be happier than if they were based on real grades."

This exchange between parent and child is from:
Risky Business
She's All That
18. Coolio's Gangster's Paradise was the theme song to the film that centered around a crusading teach played by:
Samuel L. Jackson
Hilary Swank
Edward James Olmos
Michelle Pfeiffer
By way of explanation.....
"Amish Paradise" was one of Weird Al's better covers, and proved that Coolio has zero sense of humor
19. A scorned janitor, an injured football player and 480 baked goods figure prominently into:
Pretty in Pink
By way of explanation.....
"Pick Flick!"
20. Scott Howard's Beavers play the dreaded, red-clad Dragons at both the beginning and the end of:
Teen Wolf
The Karate Kid
High School Musical 3
I Love You, Beth Cooper
21. In The Girl Next Door, when Matthew Kidman isn't romancing a former adult film actress, he aspires to attend this East coast university:

(Hint: it was the same university around whose campus The Exorcist is set)
Boston College
22. Which film ends with a showdown between Atlanta A&T and Morris Brown?
The Program
Love and Basketball
Blue Chips
23. Prior to her acceptance into Harvard Law, Elle Woods majored in _______ at CULA:
Fashion Merchandising
Hospitality Management
MTV Studies
24. The kids in The Perfect Score resort to less than ethical tactics so they can achieve a perfect score on:
An AP Calculus exam
A college ethics exam
25. The Breakfast Club ends with: "But what we found out is that each one of us is a brain...
...and an athlete
...and ________
...a princess
...and a criminal.
Does that answer your question?"
A rebel
An outsider
A basket case
A truant
By way of explanation.....
They messed with the bull. None got the horns

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