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The cast of "Gilligan's Island" poses during filming of a two-hour reunion show, "The Return from Gilligan's Island," in Los Angeles, Ca., Oct. 2, 1978.  From left are, Russell Johnson, the professor; Jim Backus as Thurston Howell III; Natalie Schafer, Mrs. Howell III; Alan Hale Jr., the skipper; Bob Denver, as Gilligan; Judith Baldwin, as Ginger, the only new cast member; and Dawn Wells, as Mary Ann.  It is the first new episode since the series left the networks 11 years ago.  (AP Photo/Wally Fong)

Can you guess the color of ... ?

Name the colors of these historical, pop culture, cartoon, TV and nature-related characters, creatures and items in this multiple-choice challenge.

Can you name these famous cats?

Name these legendary felines from history and popular culture including movies, cartoons and television in this multiple-choice challenge.

** PACKAGE TO GO WITH THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL ** SIX OF TWENTY ** FILE - East German border guards look through a hole in the Berlin wall after demonstrators pulled down one segment of the wall at Brandenburg gate in this Nov. 11, 1989 file picture. Monday, Nov. 9, 2009 marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)

Can you pass a European history test?

Take the challenge devoted to general knowledge about significant events, dates and leaders tied to countries that cover over 3.9 million square miles of the Earth's surface.

Can you pass the ultimate technology test? (Shutterstock)

Can you pass a modern technology test?

Learn about some of the history, devices and lingo associated with modern man's use of computers and high tech inventions in the multiple-choice challenge.

**  FILE**  Actor Ronald Reagan loads his gun in the 1953 western film "Law and Order", in which Reagan plays a retired U.S. marshall who can't hang up his holster.  It is reported that Reagan died on Saturday, June 5, 2004 at 93.     (AP Photo)

Do you remember 1960s television shows?

For those who fondly appreciated television shows such as "Batman," "Bewitched" and "Gilligan's Island," here's the definitive challenge about a decade of classic TV.

Actor Kelsey Grammer of the television show, "Frasier," gets a kiss from the dog, who plays Eddie, as co-star David Hyde Pierce holds Eddie during the opening day of the National Association of Television Program Executives convention Tuesday, Jan. 23, 1996, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon)

Can you name these famous dogs?

Name these legendary canines from history and popular culture including movies and television in this multiple-choice challenge.

QUIZ: Can you pass this general chemistry test?  (Shutterstock)

Can you pass a general chemistry test?

Take this multiple choice challenge and fondly remember the days of having fun with pipettes, studying matter and learning about the periodic table of elements.

"Do you really know Santa Claus?" quiz (Shutterstock)

Do you really know Santa Claus?

Take the multiple choice challenge about the Jolly Fat Man's appearances in popular culture including movies, TV shows, cartoons, advertising and books.

Take the famous numbers test? (Shutterstock)

Take the famous numbers test

Choose the correct numerical sequences tied to movies, television shows, songs, history and pop culture in this multiple choice challenge.

Play the numbers game (Shutterstock)

Play the numbers game

Do you know numbers? Correctly answer "how many" to these events and things in this multiple-choice challenge.

Can you pass a basic U.S. history test? (Shutterstock)

Can you pass a basic U.S. history test?

Learn about the United States through a collection of memorable events, people, landmarks and historical moments in the multiple-choice challenge.

Are you smarter than an 8th grader quiz (Shutterstock)

Are you smarter than an 8th grader?

Take this multiple choice test and see how you stack up against the typical upper middle school student across a variety of subjects. It includes math and no calculators allowed.