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‘Sack Lunch’ vs. ‘The English Patient’: Can you answer these pop culture questions correctly?

How well do you know your pop culture trivia?

“The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson” crew realized recently that one of their own isn’t up on his pop culture references. Doc Thompson quizzed Kirk Jones with some questions culled from the '70s, '80s and '90s on Tuesday’s show, giving him statements that are either fact or fiction.

“Kirk, there was a time that happened before 2010,” Kal Elsebai joked.

Here are a few of the true/false questions. Watch the clip for more, and find the “Morning Blaze” crew under the hashtag #WhatILearnedToday to take a guess.

You can hear the full quiz with correct answers in Hour 3 of the full show.

  • The top-grossing movie in 1997 was “Sack Lunch,” which narrowly beat out “The English Patient” for the best picture Oscar!
  • “Power-Pecks system,” “Kitchen-Creamer” and “Bedroom Weasel!” were all call-to-order products advertised on TV in the ‘70s and ‘80s
  • In the ‘90s movie “Chunnel,” the president’s daughter gets trapped in the tunnel between England & France. “Chunnel: 32 Miles of Hell!”
  • “Banana nibs,” “Fibbers,” & “Coco-Blocks,” were all types of cookies (no longer available)

To see more from Doc, visit his channel on TheBlaze and listen live to “The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson” weekdays 6–9 a.m. ET, only on TheBlaze Radio Network.

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