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AARP Right Again! Trivia Contest 2021

Do you love trivia?  Who doesn’t? Trivia games aren’t just fun – they also test your knowledge and help you learn new things! 

 

In our new AARP Online Community Right Again! Trivia Contest we’re looking for the best 70’s and 80’s Pop Culture Trivia from our community members like you. We’re talking music, movies, TV, fashion, dance crazes, games … even food.  To be entered in the contest, share your ideas for questions and answers and you’ll get a chance to win one of five (5) $50 VISA gift cards along with 50 AARP Rewards Points.  A panel of judges appointed by AARP will select the top five trivia question winners, which may be selected for use in AARP’s new Right Again! Trivia game, coming soon.

 

 

Contest Details

Reply to this discussion to share your 70’s and 80’s Pop Culture trivia question. Entries are accepted from Monday, September 6 until midnight September 25, 2021. Official Rules here

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At the end of every TV show of hers, what did Leslie Uggams ask us to do in her song? 

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In a 1979 Christmas song, "Grandma got run over by" what?

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… a reindeer 😂

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In a commercial, what was the name of the kid who didn't like anything but liked the adult cereal he was given to test?

 

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Mikey … hated that commercial (my name is Mike)

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I clicked the link to this because it read "60's and 70's." Why isn't it?

 

My submission for the above: "What popular jacket was inspired by the first president of a new democracy?"

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This quiz is for stuff from ‘70’s and ‘80’s and that’s really from the ‘60’s

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Nehru

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Which 80's musical icon was highly criticized when nude photos that she had posed for before she became famous surfaced, appearing first in Playboy Magazine and then Penthouse? The biggest reason for the criticism being, that her armpits were not shaved in the photos

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Answer: Maddona

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What is the name of the textbook used by Dr Vargas to teach his science class in 1982's Fast Times At Ridgemont High?

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Answer: The World Of Life

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In the 1982 film, Fast Times At Ridgemont High, what is the name of the restaurant where Stacie and Linda work?

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Answer: Perry's Pizza

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The title character in this 80's teen movie gives her underwear to a geek to thank him for listening to her problems

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Answer: Sixteen Candles

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Name the cemetery where Jim Morrison was hastily buried after his sudden (and suspicious death!) on July 3, 1971.  (Père La Chaise, Paris)

 

What is "a 3 dog night"?  (one that requires 3 dogs to keep you warm)

 

Which of the Beatles was married to the same spouse for the longest time ? (Ringo)

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Christy McNichol (sp?) - I was in love with her - LOL!!!

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Who is (still) the only person to be awarded two Emmy's before turning 18?

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Kristy McNichols

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Shirley Temple?

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Who refused an Oscar, via surrogate?

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Marlon Brando

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Debuting in the late 70's this space opera became one of the largest grossing franchises in the movie industry.Can you name the actor that played the starring role in the first episode.?

 

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Star Wars

Harrison Ford

Mark Hamill

both Stars were headliners.. Harrison Ford was placed on top because of his age and what he brought to the screen

 

 

 

 

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Which series regular actor appeared in every

episode of M*A*S*H?

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Allan Alda

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Alan Alda

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Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) helpef Marty McFly time travel in Back to the Future, and Al (Dean Stockwell) helped Sam Beckett time travel in Quantum Leap. Who was Bill and Ted's time travel guide in their Excellent Adventure?

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