Axe It (1 of 4) by James Merritt
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1. As a general rule I don't like game shows and I don't watch game shows, but there is one game show that I love to watch. I think it is the greatest game show ever evented. We are going to play it right now and I bet you can guess which one it is. I'll give you the answer. You have to give me your response in the form of a question. [Put on screen like a Jeopardy question]. What is my one and only favorite game show? You have 10 seconds to answer the question. Good luck. [Play theme song from Jeopardy].
2. The part of the show that I love is the educational part. A part that I hate is that so often I get stumped by the answer and I cannot formulate the question. I have found a number of questions that just leave me stumped. I just don't have a clue what the answer is. Maybe you can help me with some of these.
If someone with multiple personalities threatens to kill himself, would it be considered a hostage situation?
Why is a person who plays a piano called a ''pianist'', but a person who races cars not called a ''racist?''
If a hen-and-a-half could lay an egg-and-a-half, how long would it take a monkey with a wooden leg to kick all the seeds out of a dill pickle?
If your car says, ''Dodge'' on the front of it, do you really need a horn?
If you are a kleptomaniac is there something you can take for it?
If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?
Why is it considered necessary to nail down the lid of a coffin?
Why doesn't glue stick to the inside of the bottle?
Why don't you ever see the headline, ''Psychic Wins Lottery''?
If a rabbit's foot is so lucky, then what happened to the rabbit?
If Superman is so smart, why does he wear his underwear over his uniform?
Why do we sing, ''Take Me Out To The Ballgame'' when we are already there?
If nothing ever sticks to Teflon, how do they make Teflon stick to the pan?
Why is the meaning of life hard to find when y ...
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