Tim Harrod has written for The Onion, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and Star Wars Insider Magazine. He lives, and periodically works, in Brooklyn.
Yeah, yeah, we all remember the Verb superhero and Interplanet Janet. But the important question is this: how much useful information did you gain from all those Saturday mornings spent absorbing the Schoolhouse Rock canon?
Today's quiz tests Schoolhouse Rock as much as it does you, by measuring the amount of actual education that's stuck with you in the fields of grammar, science, and American history/government. (We're going to trust that you know your multiplication tables.)
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Forget your commemorative Pokemon/Sesame Street/or NFL Editions. Real, American Monopoly is played on the classic board, with properties named after actual Atlantic City streets (besides, a Sesame Street game that sternly commands players to "GO TO JAIL" is just plain wrong). So raid your memory's game closet for all 28 properties, utilities, and railroads from 'original' Monopoly.
No need to type "Avenue," "Place," or "Gardens" (but you do have to type "Railroad"). Good luck!
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Pepsi-Cola was originally called “Brad’s Drink.”