Who did NBC executives originally want for the role of Michael Scott on The Office?
What does M&M's stand for?
The first domain name was registered on March 15, 1985. What was the domain name?
Which American Idol contestant confessed to being somewhat illiterate?
During Prohibition in the United States, which of these activities remained completely legal?
Three members of what band met at a school of design in Rhode Island?
What was the first item bought by scanning its UPC code on June 26, 1974?
Sources say this actor started the trend of placing a mint on a pillow in an attempt to woo a lady.
About how many hours a day do elephants sleep on average?
WDW's EPCOT name is an acronym for the park; what does it stand for?
The French often stick cutouts of what kind of creature onto people's backs on April first?
In the sitcom "Laverne & Shirley", what was Laverne's favorite mixed drink?
What book was based on the author's neighbors in Gilmantown, New Hampshire?
Next Tuesday, April 1st, is "April Fool's Day" but many centuries ago, it was known as this holiday?
Confused fans of "The Blair Witch Project" went looking for the three lost filmmakers in Burkittsville in what state?
Which of the following is true of Ben & Jerry's co-founder, Ben Cohen?
What country's parliament temporarily moved to a local nature museum after a 1916 fire?
In what year did G.I. Joe first appear in a comic strip?
What's the name of Star Trek's Captain Jean-Luc Picard's fish?
What is the maximum seating capacity of the world's largest passenger plane the Airbus A380 double decker plane?