Quiz 6
on
The
Muppet
Christmas
Carol

(1992)
As of:  9:10 a.m. E.D.T., Saturday, August 17, 2019


1. When does a shooting star appear, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
At the end of Kermit's rendition of "One More Sleep 'Til Christmas"
At the beginning of Kermit's rendition of "One More Sleep 'Til Christmas"
At the end of Bean Bunny's rendition of "Good King Wenceslas"
This is a trick question; no shooting star is seen or mentioned, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

2. Why does Gonzo whisper, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He's afraid Scrooge might hear him.
"just because"
"because [he] can"
for "dramatic emphasis"

3. Whose face does Scrooge see in his door knocker, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Jacob Marley's
Fred's
Robert Marley's
This is a trick question; Scrooge doesn't see anyone's face in his door knocker, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

4. By what nickname does Rizzo address Gonzo, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
Al
Bo
Charlie
This is a trick question; Rizzo just calls Gonzo "Gonzo," in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

5. What type of candy does Rizzo take around with him, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
jelly beans
bon-bons
hard tack
This is a trick question; Rizzo takes cheese - not candy - around with him, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

6. How does Gonzo always know what Scrooge is doing, even though he can't always see him, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
"Story-tellers are omniscient."
He "wrote the book."
"Kermit told [him] the story."
This is a trick question; Gonzo always has to follow Scrooge around in order to see what he's doing, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

7. When do Robert and Jacob Marley tell Scrooge that the first of three spirits will appear to him, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
"when the bell tolls one"
"when the bell tolls two"
"when the bell tolls three"
This is a trick question; the time Scrooge should expect his ghostly visitors is never mentioned, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

8. What is the difference between the clock in Scrooge's living room, and the clock in his bedroom, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
The clock in his living room has a metallic face, with dark numbers; the clock in his bedroom has a dark, wooden face, with light numbers.
The clock in his living room has a dark, wooden face, with light numbers; the clock in his bedroom has a metallic face, with dark numbers.
The clock in his living room has Arabic numerals; the clock in his bedroom has Roman numerals.
This is a trick question; Scrooge doesn't have any clocks or watches, but depends on the clock in the bell tower of St. Paul's Cathedral to tell time at work and at home, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

9. How is the number four represented on Scrooge's clocks, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
4 in his living room; IV in his bedroom
IV in his living room; 4 in his bedroom
IIII in his living room; IIII in his bedroom
This is a trick question; Scrooge doesn't have any clocks or watches, but depends on the clock in the bell tower of St. Paul's Cathedral to tell time at work and at home, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

10. At what time does the Ghost of Christmas Present appear to Scrooge, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
midnight
one-o'-clock
two-o'-clock
three-o'-clock

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