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Cindylover1969 Posted - 12/26/2008 : 12:34:26
Yes, the ever-popular game is back! For those who've forgotten, the rules are:

1. One of us quotes an episode (and tells us which season it's from).
2. The rest of us try and guess what episode the quote comes from.
3. The winner (and ONLY the winner - no barging in, please) sets the next one.
4. Like ccb's quizzes, only checking the actual episode is allowed (no other resources, for example books written by Susan Kesler ).

Before that unfortunate mishap, the quote was "Was that a shot?" as set by nittanyapple...
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niecie Posted - 12/13/2017 : 13:55:11
Season 4
Tonight is ours.

Clue the first:
Final line of the episode.

Clue the second:
Strategic placement of cotton

Clue the third:
Exceptionally appropriate book in Artie's hand!
niecie Posted - 12/13/2017 : 09:32:48
Season 4
Tonight is ours.

Clue the first:
Final line of the episode.

Clue the second:
Strategic placement of cotton
niecie Posted - 12/10/2017 : 15:40:51
Season 4
Tonight is ours.

Clue the first:
Final line of the episode.
niecie Posted - 12/10/2017 : 13:36:10
Ok, here we go!

Season 4
Tonight is ours.
beerbad Posted - 12/07/2017 : 09:14:26
Right, that's her. I always wonder who these people are that don't receive credit for their small roles. She doesn't have a name, but she is the lady in the fox hunting attire.

I had two more clues" One was "graveyard" for Artie's eulogy for himself and the other was an "Igor" like character drives a hearse.
niecie Posted - 12/06/2017 : 10:33:43
I do believe that's the lady in the teaser of TNOT Skulls over whom Our Heroes quarrel. She's talking to Artemus, but Jim horns in.
beerbad Posted - 12/05/2017 : 08:40:53
Clue #3 - One of our heroes ends up in the dungeon, so the place must be sort of a "castle east".
beerbad Posted - 12/02/2017 : 09:39:27
Clue #2 - "baying hounds".
beerbad Posted - 11/30/2017 : 09:32:17
Let's see if I can come up with clues based on lyrics from the Halloween rock and roll song "Monster Mash". I know I'm slipping, but it just might work.

Clue #1 - "An eerie sight"

niecie Posted - 11/29/2017 : 09:21:52
If it said snake instead of pebble, that would be Woody from Toy Story 1...

(I'll have to think about this one!)
beerbad Posted - 11/28/2017 : 09:28:44
Yep, I forgot that part. Age. It is from the second season.
niecie Posted - 11/26/2017 : 12:30:08
Technically, actually watching the episode is not cheating. (See Rule Four of the OP, which is the top post on the page when you reply.)

Beerbad, you are correct! (But which season is your new quote from?)
beerbad Posted - 11/25/2017 : 07:11:03
OK, a tough one, at least for me. Like Artie, "I cheated" and watched Ready-Made Corpse. I didn't have to watch very long. It's Col. Pellargo's double who says "I approve" to Jim and Artie when Jim does the introductions. I'll have to watch more of the episode to see the clues. I did see "The gloves match the name" which is lavender, a clever clue, indeed.

NEXT LINE: "I HAVE A PEBBLE IN MY BOOT"
niecie Posted - 11/23/2017 : 08:48:36
The episode is in fact Ready-Made Corpse, but the speaker is not Antille.

Season 2
I approve.

Clue the first:
Recitation in a graveyard.

Clue the second:
The gloves match the name.

Clue the third:
Smelling salts.

Clue the fourth:
Looks a bit young (to me, at least) to have a daughter her age.

Clue the fifth:
Ironic lyrics are ironic.

Clue the sixth:
Humming right along...

Clue the seventh:
His clients rarely complain about the accommodations.

Clue the eighth:
Maybe Our Heroes should have paid a bit more attention to the entourage (particularly the dude who didn't participate in the fight...)
Cindylover1969 Posted - 11/19/2017 : 01:19:45
Is it Antille in "The Night of the Ready-Made Corpse"?
niecie Posted - 11/18/2017 : 14:01:31
Season 2
I approve.

Clue the first:
Recitation in a graveyard.

Clue the second:
The gloves match the name.

Clue the third:
Smelling salts.

Clue the fourth:
Looks a bit young (to me, at least) to have a daughter her age.

Clue the fifth:
Ironic lyrics are ironic.

Clue the sixth:
Humming right along...

Clue the seventh:
His clients rarely complain about the accommodations.
niecie Posted - 11/18/2017 : 07:36:37
Season 2
I approve.

Clue the first:
Recitation in a graveyard.

Clue the second:
The gloves match the name.

Clue the third:
Smelling salts.

Clue the fourth:
Looks a bit young (to me, at least) to have a daughter her age.

Clue the fifth:
Ironic lyrics are ironic.

Clue the sixth:
Humming right along...
niecie Posted - 11/15/2017 : 14:05:15
Season 2
I approve.

Clue the first:
Recitation in a graveyard.

Clue the second:
The gloves match the name.

Clue the third:
Smelling salts.

Clue the fourth:
Looks a bit young (to me, at least) to have a daughter her age.

Clue the fifth:
Ironic lyrics are ironic.
niecie Posted - 11/15/2017 : 08:27:34
Season 2
I approve.

Clue the first:
Recitation in a graveyard.

Clue the second:
The gloves match the name.

Clue the third:
Smelling salts.

Clue the fourth:
Looks a bit young (to me, at least) to have a daughter her age.
niecie Posted - 11/12/2017 : 17:06:13
Season 2
I approve.

Clue the first:
Recitation in a graveyard.

Clue the second:
The gloves match the name.

Clue the third:
Smelling salts.
niecie Posted - 11/12/2017 : 12:00:39
Season 2
I approve.

Clue the first:
Recitation in a graveyard.

Clue the second:
The gloves match the name.
niecie Posted - 11/08/2017 : 15:35:21
Season 2
I approve.

Clue the first:
Recitation in a graveyard.
niecie Posted - 11/08/2017 : 14:14:13
I didn't remember the connection exactly, but I did remember you talking about the line before.

Ok, let's see...

Sticking with Season 2,
I approve.
Nydiva Posted - 11/08/2017 : 13:42:49
Niecie's got it and I'm off the hook! I'm particularly fond of that line since "Sue Me" is the name of a song Ross sang in the musical "Guys and Dolls"
California gal Posted - 11/08/2017 : 11:35:03
quote:
Originally posted by beerbad

Now, that you mention it, I concur.



I agree too. Coming up with clues that lead to the answer but aren't a dead giveaway isn't easy!
beerbad Posted - 11/08/2017 : 10:09:22
Now, that you mention it, I concur.
niecie Posted - 11/08/2017 : 08:46:45
Pretty sure that's Artie to Dr Loveless, TNOT Raven (after Artie provides tiny Jim with a weapon in the arena match against the good doctor's cat; Loveless accuses Artie of cheating, and this is his response).
Nydiva Posted - 11/07/2017 : 15:10:23
It's a lot easier guessing then making up Clues. I was about to give up. However...

Season 2... So sue me.
beerbad Posted - 10/31/2017 : 08:11:26
Right you are, nydiva. Yes, indeed, join us. It's a fun way to do the quiz, which I miss. Being an Artie fan, you would know that one. I have it as Count Sazanov to Artie disguised as Feodor Rimsky.

Some other clues I didn't get to use: Disco balls existed in the 1870's? and we learn that Alaska was acquired by the United States five years before this episode, making it 1872. And, Walter Sande appears as Colonel Crockett.

Sorry it takes me awhile to get back to you. But, you now have the floor for a new quote of your choice.
Nydiva Posted - 10/28/2017 : 19:38:30
Oh gosh I almost never even peek in on the dialogue quiz. I just did it on a whim this time. I actually think I know the answer!

The speaker is John Astin as Nikolai to Artie in disguise as Rimsky in the Night of the Tartar.

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