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ccb
SS Quizmaster Emeritus

3799 Posts

Posted - 11/15/2003 :  08:59:59  Show Profile
Elaine should be allowed to enjoy her ARABELLA without intrusion for the rest of this weekend, but I'm too weak to resist. To get your own feather this weekend, you must answer both parts of the following quiz:

1. What was the original, working title of the episode that aired as "The Night of the Simian Terror"?
2. Why, of all postings by your Quizmaster, is this THE point at which this question should be posed?

couldron
SS novice field agent

1438 Posts

Posted - 11/15/2003 :  09:28:19  Show Profile
The working title is easy it was the beast first aired Feb 16 1968.

The guest star was Richard Kiel.??? but why at this point
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MonkeeMaven
SS 1st assignment - desk job

393 Posts

Posted - 11/15/2003 :  10:36:09  Show Profile  Visit MonkeeMaven's Homepage
Why is this THE point? Because who am I to question the quizmaster?
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AdorableBlue
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948 Posts

Posted - 11/16/2003 :  19:13:14  Show Profile  Visit AdorableBlue's Homepage
Maybe the Quizmaster has embarked on his own ape experiments?

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ccb
SS Quizmaster Emeritus

3799 Posts

Posted - 11/17/2003 :  13:03:56  Show Profile
Okay. Call me a teddy bear: Mary gets a postcripted Henrietta for one-half of a correct answer. As to the second part,

Why, of all postings by your Quizmaster, is this THE point at which this question should be posed?

I now can speak only in the past tense, as this makes my 667th post. Last Friday, by posting that two-part question, I hit a biblically signficant anniversary.

And if you're still in the dark, read Revelation 13:18.
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Redhead1617
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USA
1393 Posts

Posted - 11/17/2003 :  13:15:31  Show Profile  Visit Redhead1617's Homepage
ingenious ccb... ingenious...

~Redhead 'Red'
Dean of Launguages & Literature

*sigh...where's MY Ross Martin?
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AdorableBlue
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948 Posts

Posted - 11/20/2003 :  16:30:56  Show Profile  Visit AdorableBlue's Homepage
Just curious, ccb, how did your posts become a double 667? The system automatically knocks out Rev. 13:18?

Speaking of numbers, was there any favorite number in WWW eps? A number that seem to keep appearing? Ahh.....a mini-trivia - in what eps was 1935 mentioned?

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beerbad
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701 Posts

Posted - 11/22/2003 :  07:40:01  Show Profile
Good question, Blue. Why would 1935 be a recurring number?
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AdorableBlue
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Posted - 11/22/2003 :  21:26:07  Show Profile  Visit AdorableBlue's Homepage
quote:
Originally posted by beerbad

Good question, Blue. Why would 1935 be a recurring number?
Beerbad, 1935 was not a recurring number in WWW (I think). What I meant was it was mentioned in one eps. Guess which one? Of course, 1935 is very significant in this website.

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Elaine
SS 1st assignment - desk job

356 Posts

Posted - 11/23/2003 :  06:45:10  Show Profile
Robert Conrad was born in 1935, but what ep includes that date? Do tell.

We are in the midst of our first snowfall here in Minnesota. Too early! But absolutely beautiful, and I don't have to go anywhere today so I can enjoy it.
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n/a
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243 Posts

Posted - 11/23/2003 :  07:04:14  Show Profile
Lake Wobegon! Where the seasons are: before winter, winter, and after winter.
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Elaine
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356 Posts

Posted - 11/23/2003 :  07:23:20  Show Profile
Yes, indeed.

Where "all the men are strong, the women are good-looking, and all the children are above average".

Actually, we only have two seasons... winter and road repair.
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MonkeeMaven
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393 Posts

Posted - 11/23/2003 :  12:15:49  Show Profile  Visit MonkeeMaven's Homepage
Snow? It was 80 here yesterday! And now it's raining....
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ccb
SS Quizmaster Emeritus

3799 Posts

Posted - 11/23/2003 :  14:03:04  Show Profile
We are in the midst of our first snowfall here in Minnesota. Too early! But absolutely beautiful, and I don't have to go anywhere today so I can enjoy it.

I envy you, Elaine. So long as you've no place to go, let it snow.
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AdorableBlue
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Posted - 11/23/2003 :  16:19:15  Show Profile  Visit AdorableBlue's Homepage
quote:
Robert Conrad was born in 1935, but what ep includes that date? Do tell.
I'm sure our QM and the Riddler know the answer...?

AdorableBlue
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Elaine
SS 1st assignment - desk job

356 Posts

Posted - 11/23/2003 :  20:39:05  Show Profile
ccb: It doesn't show signs of stopping. And I've bought some corn for popping...

Unfortunately, I do have to go to work tomorrow and I am not looking forward to digging out in the a.m. Ah, that well known ritual of the midwest begins for yet another year. (How's the weather in Chicago, Roger?)

MonkeeMaven: My friend in Dallas said it was 60 and "cold" today.

And Blue, dear, how much longer do we have to wait for the answer to 1935?

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AdorableBlue
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Posted - 11/23/2003 :  21:32:17  Show Profile  Visit AdorableBlue's Homepage
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And Blue, dear, how much longer do we have to wait for the answer to 1935?
Elaine, that number (not really date) was mentioned in the tag of TNOT Bars of Hell. JW gave a key to that Gideon's niece which opens a box bearing no. 1935. Gosh! When I first heard it, I kept replaying it to catch the number. And to hear RC saying the number I kept wondering if that was indeed intentional.

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Elaine
SS 1st assignment - desk job

356 Posts

Posted - 11/23/2003 :  21:51:31  Show Profile
Blue: I bet it was intentional. There are instances that I know of, and there are probably more that I haven't caught, where names, etc. of real people were used on the show. Two that I can think of right off the top of my head are the TNOT Kraken - the little black book belongs to millionaire playboy, Irving Moore (frequent West director). In TNOT Bleak Island, the woman West is entertaining during the tag is called Nancy Conrad (RC's daughter's name).

Cute!
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JimPhelps
SS 1st assignment - desk job

USA
417 Posts

Posted - 11/25/2003 :  12:51:51  Show Profile
TNOT Kraken and TNOT Bleak Island have two nice Easter eggs. I'm sure there are others but I have to keep an eye out. I have noticed that Wells Fargo is always used, but that may be more of a "western" thing than a "West" thing.
At the time sly little references were not as popular as they are today in out post-ironic world. (A show like The X-Files had several per episode)

Mr. Phelps
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MonkeeMaven
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393 Posts

Posted - 11/25/2003 :  15:16:01  Show Profile  Visit MonkeeMaven's Homepage
MonkeeMaven: My friend in Dallas said it was 60 and "cold" today.

Hai... sad to say, the weather has turned into a figurative phrase. Before I get any further off-topic... oops, there I go! ... freeze warning last night, and miserable today.
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