Saturday, December 30, 2017


A turtle’s gender can also be determined by its noises. Males grunt while females hiss. No joke.

To end 2017, let’s have a quiz about unique television episode titles, shall we?
All you have to do is identify the series, based upon the clue below. Ready?

01. While never shown onscreen, the first two seasons of this police procedural always featured field reports from “Log #—”, before switching to regular episode titles for the remainder of the series.
02. As they appeared onscreen, each episode of this series was about “The Night of—”, although a lot of the adventures took place during the day too.
03. While never shown onscreen, the episode titles during Seasons 13-17 of this series had the same number of characters as their respective season, not counting punctuation and spaces between words.
04. As presented onscreen, each episode of this series was about “The (fill-in-the-blank) Affair”.
05. Although never presented onscreen, each episode title of this series began “The One—”.

We’ll reveal all next weekend, but for now, let’s open up THE ANSWERS BOX and discover the results from the December 23, 2017 Puzzle Corner.

What does Mele Kalikimaha mean?
It is the closest translation to MERRY CHRISTMAS in the native Hawaiian language.

What movie did Bing Crosby’s signature version of ♫White Christmas♫ first appear in?
While many people think it was the 1954 movie of the same name, Bing actually first crooned ♫White Christmas♫ in the 1942 movie Holiday Inn.

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