Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards Altersüberprüfung

Wie jeder der schonmal Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards gespielt hat weiß, muss man sich Anfangs in einer Altersprüfung als würdig erweisen. Besteht man diese Überprüfung des Alters nicht, geht das Spiel davon aus, dass man minderjährig ist und beendet sich, da das Spiel für Erwachsene gedacht ist. Da die Fragen bzw. Antworten inzwischen schon etwas in die Jahre gekommen sind und zudem hierzulande die Persönlichkeiten oder Ereignisse um welche sich die Fragen drehen nicht ganz so Allgemeinwissen sind, wie das vielleicht in den USA der Fall ist, gibt es hier eine Liste aller Fragen inklusive der korrekten Antworten.

Sind mehrere Antworten unten auf die Fragen angegeben, so bedeutet dies, dass alle der angegebenen Antwortmöglichkeiten korrekt sind. Damit sollte es ein leichtes sein, die Altersüberprüfung zu bestehen und Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards spielen zu können. Eine Komplettlösung für Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards findet sich hier.

President Eisenhower’s nickname was
(C) Ike.

Who is not a mass murderer?
(D) Timothy Leary.

The drink „Screwdriver“ contains
(B) orange juice.

Which is non-alcoholic?
(C) Perrier.

Which is not a baseball team?
(C) Seahawks.

Which is not a car?
(D) Toshiba.

Which is not a cheese?
(D) Reisling.

The East Coast is
(A) home of the Mets.

Ronald Reagan’s co-star in „Bedtime for Bonzo“ was
(A) a monkey.

Sex is
(A) great.

The first man on the moon was
(C) Neil Armstrong.

The first Negro to play Major League Baseball was
(A) Jackie Robinson.

How many molecules are in a glass of water?
(D) as many as there are glasses of water in the whole world.

The G-Spot is supposed to be
(B)  a female erogenous zone.

The germ that transmits syphilis is
(B) Spirochete.

Two bits is
(D) the former cost for a shave and a haircut.

Utah is full of
(D) None of the above.

What was illegal during Prohibition?
(B) alcohol.

When it’s noon in California in August, in St. Louis it’s
(B) 2:00 p.m.

„Where’s the“
(C) beef?

Which song was not recorded by Elvis?
(C) „What’d I Say“.

VCR stands for
(D) Video Casette Recorder.

The American television debut of Bob Hope, Dinah Shore, Elvis, and the Beatles was on
(B) „Your Show of Shows.“

The Atlantic and Pacific Oceans are connected by the
(A) Panama Canal.

The „Chicago Seven“ was
(D) partially convicted.

Who starred in „Bedtime for Bonzo?“
(D) Ronald Reagan.

Who was banned from „Saturday Night Live“ because he lost a telephone poll?
(D) Andy Kaufman.

The song „American Pie“ was about
(C) a dead rock star.

Who spends the most time in Las Vegas?
(B) Wayne Newton.

Captain Kangaroo’s sidekick was
(D) Mr. Greenjeans.

Blackjack is
(A) an ace and a face card.

The slogan „It takes two hands to handle a whopper“ refers to
(B) a hamburger.

President Ford prescribed _____ for dealing with economic problems.
(B) employment.

Ralph Boysen invented
(A) the boysenberry.

Charlie McCarthy and
(D) Edgar Bergen.

Bonnie and
(B) Clyde.

Bourbon Street is in
(D) New Orleans, Louisiana.

Angela Davis is
(B) a failed politician.

Calvin Klein is
(C) a clothing designer.

The leader of Nazi Germany was
(D) Adolph Hitler.

I have hair on my
(D) lottsa places.

The phrase „Cutting the cheese“ refers to
(D) flatulence.

The tackiest seventies fashion was
(A) platform shoes.
(B) midi-skirts.
(C) short hair.
(D) bisexuality.

Canada is
(D) All of the above.

The term „Working Girl“ refers to
(B) a lady of negotiable virtue.

Herpes is
(D) fatal (if given to your spouse).

The last name of Annette (on the original Mickey Mouse Club) was
(C) Funicello.

The most effective form of birth control is
(A) abstinence.

All politicians are
(D) on the public payroll.

The „Mile-High Club“ is
(D) open to those who have performed aerial acrobatics inside a plane’s rest room.

A moon is
(D)  all of the above.

„Gone With The Wind“ is about
(C) four hours long.

The most populous city in the United States is
(C) New York.

Hugh Hefner is usually photographed in
(D) pajamas.

Former Congressman Wilbur Mills went for a dip in the Tidal Basin with
(B) a stripper named Fanne.

I find computer games with adult content
(B) acceptable.

The most likely place to find virgins is
(C) St. Mary’s Girls School.

Who is not a famous musician?
(D) Steve Garvey.

Who was not an astronaut?
(A) John Milton.

A 747 is
(C) a large airplane.

ERA is an abbreviation for
(B) Equal Rights Amendment.

Which U. S. Secretary of State was born in Germany?
(D) Henry Kissinger.

Frank Sinatra is a
(C) saloon singer.

Who lost a daughter but gained a „meathead?“
(C) Archie Bunker.

Al Lowe is:
(C)  never „carded.“

Who was not a politician?
(C) W. C. Fields.

„Close Encounters of the Third Kind“ is about
(C) creatures from outer space.

Who was the inventive genius behind the Apple computer?
(B) Steve Wozniak.

John F. Kennedy drove a
(A) PT boat.

Which U. S. President was not elected to office?
(C) Ford.

Who is not a sportscaster?
(C) Jayne Mansfield.

„Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?“
(B) The Shadow.

Is this software pirated?
(C) No. (How could you even ask!)

My parents are
(D) 36 or over.

Who made a record album with a cover that looked like a pair of blue jeans,
complete with a working zipper?
(A) Rolling Stones.

Dentente is
(D) a policy to replace war.

Do girls really have cooties?
(B) No.

My boss is
(D) responsible for my paycheck.

Does a pair of queens beat three deuces?
(A) Yes, in blackjack.

Doonesbury’s „Uncle Duke“ is based on
(B) Hunter S. Thompson.

My sex life is best described as
(C) none of your business!!

During the 70’s, Carroll O’Connor portrayed a
(B) lovable bigot.

IBM stands for
(B) International Business Machines.

In the movie, „Paint Your Wagon,“ Clint Eastwood sang
(A) „I Talk to the Trees“.

The largest state is
(B) Alaska.

Mork was from the planet
(A) Ork.

My favorite actor is
(D) not listed here.

Edsel is a
(C) car.

Pia Zadora is
(D) all of the above.

Richard Nixon was the _____ President of the United States.
(C) thirty-seventh.

Joan Rivers is
(C) a former talk show hostess.

A result of Watergate was
(C) Richard Nixon quit.

Elizabeth Taylor is
(A) an actress.

If you arrived at a party wearing your birthday suit, you would
(D) It depends on the party.

John Belushi was on
(D) „Saturday Night Live.“.

Which is not an American armed force?
(D) the National League.

A nehru jacket is
(B) out of date.

Who wrote „To be, or not to be?“
(A) Bill Shakespeare.

Cesar Chavez led a boycott of
(A) grapes.

I am presently
(D) past puberty.

G. Gordon Liddy was associated with
(D) the Plumbers.

Herb Alpert and the _____ Brass
(A) Tijuana.

How many programmers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
(A) None, it’s a hardware problem.
(B) None, programmers can’t fit in light bulbs.
(C) 100. One to hold the bulb and 99 to debug the house.
(D) None so far, but they’ll get to it Real Soon Now.

Who’s buried in Grant’s tomb?
(D) Mrs. Grant.

A Macintosh is
(D) All of the above.

Who was NOT in the movie „Easy Rider?“
(D) Karen Carpenter.

Who was not Vice-President of the United States in 1973-74?
(C) Thomas Hayden.

A hard disk is
(A) better than a floppy.

Kwi-Chang-Caine became famous by saying
(D) „Aaaaaiiiyeeeaagggh!“

If Bo Derek were here, I’d ask her to
(D) stop playing computer games.

In some personal ads, TV stands for
(B) transvestite.

„It’s not nice to fool“
(B) Mother Nature.

It is customary to tip about
(C) 15 per cent.

Joe DiMaggio played
(B) baseball.

James Brown is often referred to as
(D) the Godfather of Soul.

James Earl Jones was the voice of
(C) Darth Vader in „Star Wars.“.

Lucy, Ricky, Fred and
(D) Ethel.

Lingerie is
(A) sexy.

Kookie’s address was
(A) 77 Sunset Strip.

Las Vegas is famous for
(C) gambling.

Lee Harvey Oswald killed
(C) John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

„Let It Be“ was recorded by
(D) the Beatles.

O. J. Simpson is
(D) no one to fool with.

In Westworld, „where nothing can go wrong,“ guests were entertained by
(C) robots.

Marlon Brando is
(B) an actor.

Martha Mitchell was
(C) the outspoken wife of an Attorney General.

Michael Doonesbury founded
(B) Walden Puddle Commune.

„NORML“ is
(C) trying to legalize marijuana.

Oral Roberts is
(B) an evangelist.

Paul, John, Ringo and
(B) George.

Peter Benchley’s novel „Jaws“ was about
(D) sharks.

Mel Brooks is
(C) a comedian.

Which is not a mountain range?
(A) Cayman.

The world is
(B) spherical.

Spiro Agnew is
(C) a former Vice President.

Making a „Hole in One“ is
(A) every golfer’s dream.

Taxes should be
(A) lower.
(B) higher.
(C) unchanged.
(D) eliminated.

Ted Kennedy is best remembered for his
(D) All of the above.

Which is not in Hawaii?
(C) Fiji.

Which is not a city in Mexico?
(C) San Diego.

There are about _____ calories in a can of beer.
(B) 150.

Thomas Eagleton was dropped from the 1972 Democratic National Ticket when
knowledge of his previous _____ treatments became known.
(C) shock.

Which is not a currency?
(C) fennel.

The 1973 album „Dark Side of the Moon“ was recorded by
(A) Pink Floyd.

The 70’s practice of running around naked was called
(B) streaking.

Which is not a wine?
(B) Bon Aire.

Which one of these was not a war?
(C) Chinese.

The best „pick-up“ line is:
(B) Want to go for a ride in my Porsche?

When playing „Monopoly“ you
(B) must own four houses before building a hotel.

„Tiptoe Through the Tulips“ was recorded by
(C) Tiny Tim.

Tom Hayden is
(D) All of the above.

If a physician were stranded on a desert island with Bo Derek, he would
probably
(A) build a boat.
(B) take two aspirins.
(C) overcharge her.
(D) thank God.

Mohammed Ali is
(C) a professional boxer.

Johnny Carson is
(C) Ed McMahon’s sidekick.

The first baseball player to challenge the reserve clause was
(C) Curt Flood.

Who has not been a U. S. Attorney General?
(B) Sam Shepard.

Whips, chains and handcuffs are
(A) kinky.

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled
(C) peppers.

Sergeant Pepper was
(C) the leader of the Lonely Hearts Club Band.

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