The two tribes make their way into the Immunity Challenge beach... Welcome to Senyavin, Survivors. Hopefully things are going well at camp, because now we start playing the game. Your ultimate goal in this game is to stay alive. To stay alive you need Immunity. To win immunity, you need this... the coveted Immunity Idol: Today's challenge will test how well your mind works. We're providing you with a series of trivia questions on a variety of topics ranging in difficulty. The team with the most correct answers in the challenge wins Immunity, and enjoys another week on the island. As a reminder, No discussion of the answers to the challenge in the thread. Survivors Ready! What was Indiana Jones’ first name? Who was the first woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives? On the TV Show Laverne & Shirley, Shirley had a cherished stuffed toy cat. What was it’s name? Which future Academy Award winning actress was a “Today Girl” in 1953? Which Bond Girl also starred in a movie with Elvis Presley? What movie did Elvis and the Bond Girl star in? Who was the first woman sent into space? An ex-soldier, played by Frank Sinatra, arrives by car in a town called Suddenly. Why has he come? Did P.T. Barnum ever serve in an elected office? What seven states have only one representative in the U.S. House of Representatives? Which city is further east—Key West, Florida or Lima, Peru? What is Scrooge McDuck’s relationship to Donald Duck? What private eye show starred David Janssen? Who played his secretary Sam, whose face we never see? Rick Shroeder played a cop on NYPD Blue. What was the name of the sitcom he starred in as a kid? Who was the first woman to be elected governor of a state? What state? Which letters are the most valuable letters in a game of Scrabble? Second most valuable? What is the largest desert in North America? How big is it? What area(s) does it cover? What baseball team was known as the Washington Senators from 1901 to 1960? In A Clockwork Orange, Malcolm McDowell’s character was particularly fond of what composer? Eight U.S. presidents were born in one state. Identify the state and the presidents. List the oceans in order of size, from largest to smallest. Who has more bones in their body: an Adult human or a baby human? What is the world’s smallest living bird? How much does it weigh? What is the largest lake in the world? How big is it? How do frogs tell us that the air pressure is decreasing? Who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers for 16 years (1940 – 1956), but never got a hit Who invented toothpaste? Where can you find kangaroo rats? What is soul singer Barry White’s important role in helping the environmental movement? Night Bus was the original title for what Oscar winning film from the 1930s? What was the title of the second Peter Seller’s Inspector Clouseau movie? Who bites more frequently – male mosquitoes or female? How many seasons did the American Basketball Association survive? What was Elvis Presley’s profession before he became a famous Rock & Roll singer? When the lion roars at the beginning of an MGM Movie, he’s half-encircled by a Latin phrase. What is that phrase and what does it mean? What does the state name “Oklahoma” mean in the Choctaw language? What Civil War general popularized a new men’s hairstyle known as “Sideburns” How long did it take Robert Fulton’s steamship to make the trip from New York City to Albany, NY? In the 1941 film Citizen Kane, who actually hears Charles Foster Kane utter his famous last word, “Rosebud”? Who was Randolph Caldecott? What is the name of the first American patriot to die in what was called “The Boston Massacre” on March 5, 1770? What was unique about this American Is Elvis’s middle name misspelled on his tombstone? Which future president was the youngest U.S. Navy fighter pilot in WWII? Where did Walt Disney’s seven dwarves work? Warren Beatty appeared as a regular in what popular fifties sitcom? Who was the youngest person to win an acting Oscar? Who is the oldest? During the swinging sixities, two network primetime shows featuring pop music appeared on TV. What were the names of those shows? The roadrunner is the official bird of which state? Who invented the computer mouse? Who invented the guillotine? Who fought at the OK Corral on October 26, 1881? When was the first Model T built? Name the two actors who have won back-to-back Oscars for Best Actor Who has won the Best Supporting Actor award the most times? For one president, English was not his mother tongue. Name the president and his first language. On “I Love Lucy” what was Lucy’s maiden name? What is the highest waterfall in the world? Who was the youngest man to become president? Name the film star and director of such silent classics as The General and The Navigator who also appeared in Sunset Boulevard How far does a skunk spray? When was the Berlin Wall built? When did it come down? What do Istanbul, Constantinople and Byzantium have in common? What country has the smallest population? Who was the first to fly over the South Pole? Where can you find the Blow Me Down Mountains? What three popular recording stars were killed in a plane crash on February 3, 1959, after performing in Clear Lake, Iowa? What hand in poker is known as a “dead man’s hand? How many Wimbledon singles tournaments did Martina Navratilova win? What was the name of the first human sent into space? Besides Paul Revere, who else warned the good people of Concord that the British were coming? Where was Frank Sinatra born? What educational first did W.E.B. DuBois attain? How fast can dragonflies fly? Where is the Extraterrestrial Highway? What was the name of the D.A. who lost every week to Perry Mason? What was the name of “the love boat”? Which magazine is the longest running magazine in the United States? Only one player in major league history has hit three homeruns on his birthday. Who is this peerless birthday boy? In 2002, what TV show did TV Guide consider the Worst Show of All Time? Who was the first philosopher to use a typewriter? When did the Yankees first wear pinstripes? Were they known as the Yankees at that time? Where was oil first discovered in the United States? Joel Cairo, Bridgit O’Shaughnessy, and a guy named Wilmer are all key players in what classic 1940s movie? How fast can sea lions swim? Who sang the theme song and also served as the narrator on The Dukes of Hazzard? What singer was called the “Chairman of the Board”? On Cheers, Norm’s wife is often referred to, but never fully seen. What was her name? Who can be quoted as saying “It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit”? Who is credited with the invention of the earmuff? Who hosted The Tonight Show on NBC before Johnny Carson? What painting was hung upside down in the Museum of Modern Art for over a month in 1961 before it was pointed out?