Ricig's Toon Trivia by Michael Ricigliano

Ricig's Toon Trivia

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  1. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    BLUE MONEY – Van Morrison hit song.

  2. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    MONDAY – Classic hit song by The Jam.

  3. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    BILL FRIDAY – Referee in both the National Hockey League & World Hockey Association.

  4. Steve Sosensky

    Steve Sosensky said, 8 months ago

    Monday, Monday – The Mamas & The Papas

  5. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    FORREST BLUE – Offensive lineman for the San Francisco 49ers & Baltimore Colts in late-1960s & early-1970s.

  6. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    LOVE YA BLUE – Houston Oilers slogan during Bum Phillips era.

  7. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    DEPAUL BLUE DEMONS.

  8. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    THE BROWN & WHITE – Official student newspaper of Lehigh University.

  9. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    FRIDAY I’M IN LOVE – Hit song by The Cure.

  10. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES – Hit song by The Drifters.

  11. Steve Sosensky

    Steve Sosensky said, 8 months ago

    Sundays Will Never Be the Same – Spanky and Our Gang

  12. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    ROYAL BLUE – Baltimore & Ohio Railroad’s flagship passenger trains.

  13. Steve Sosensky

    Steve Sosensky said, 8 months ago

    Me and You and a Dog Named Blue

  14. Horst Hrubbisch

    Horst Hrubbisch said, 8 months ago

    Ricig, your Power Tools for Yoga Enthusiasts guy bears a striking resemblance to Virginia Commonwealth University men’s basketball head coach Shaka Smart.

  15. Steve Sosensky

    Steve Sosensky said, 8 months ago

    I Had A Dog and His Name Was Blue

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