The Hollywood Squares

Season 6 Episode 6

September 15 -19, 2003 - Monday

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Aired Weekdays 7:30 PM Sep 15, 2003 on

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  • Trivia

    • Q. According to NBC nightly, this event happens with a married couple every 2.7 seconds. What is it.
      A. A divorce

    • Q. He ran around shouting, "The regulars are coming out!" until he was arrested. Who was he?
      A. Paul Revere

    • Q. Why are there three white dots on the bottom of a twinkie?
      A. To get the cream in.

  • Quotes

    • Tom Bergeron: In a recent study, if you teach this to your 27 month old child, it will learn it faster. Teach it what?
      Martin Mull: Well, it was done in the Philippines, so it it would probably be making sneakers.

    • Tom Bergeron: You're in a spinning rooming in your gym, what exactly is spinning?
      Steve Schirripa: The room before I pass out.

    • Tom Bergeron: Who has the words, "The Standards of Purity" on their logo?
      Jackee: Didn't Christina Aguliera have that removed off her recently?

    • Tom Bergeron: According to NBC nightly, this event happens with a married couple every 2.7 seconds. What is it.
      Eric Roberts: I think that's a question for Dr. Ruth.
      Dr. Ruth: It's not sex, it's probably something like fighting or...
      Eric Roberts: It's a joke, it's still my question! Um, the wife says, "Honey, pick up your socks."
      Tom Bergeron: ...Let's go back to Dr. Ruth.

    • Tom Bergeron: Is it a good idea to have an Asian elephant to mate with an African elephant?
      Mama: If they got jungle fever, hell yes!

    • Tom Bergeron: Why are there three white dots on the bottom of a twinkie?
      Martin Mull: That's easy, it's braille for "other side up."

    • Tom Bergeron: If a satellite falls out of the Earth's orbit, and it lands on you, do you legally own it?
      Mama: I'd say the widow would.

    • Tom Bergeron: He ran around shouting, "The regulars are coming out!" until he was arrested. Who was he?
      Kennedy: The guy from "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy".

    • Tom Bergeron: According to National Geographic, only 63 of these exist outside our solar system. 63 what?
      Martin Mull: Places that accept our Discover cards.

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