Botticelli, February 2014

I’m not Rerun Van Pelt.

IQ: Are you friends with a purple creature of undetermined origin?

I’ll guess Ronald McDonald–as I recall, Grimace fits the parameters of being “a purple creature of undetermined origin.” If I’m wrong, take a DQ.

#3 was Robotman, from the Doom Patrol.

DQ: Originally from a work of literature?

IQs:

  1. Did you write All The King’s Men?
  2. Did you help a fat old man find his way on a dark, foggy night?
  3. Are you the Boy Wonder?

IQ1: Did you live somewhere in the Black Hills of South Dakota?
IQ2: Were you created by a sweet transvestite?
IQ3: Did you give Pazuzu the name Captain Howdy?

Yup, Ronald.

Randolph Scott.
Rick O’Shay.
Correct on Richard Bong.
DQ1: From a story set in America?
DQ2: From a story set in 1900 or later?
IQ1: Did you impersonate a king who was kidnapped?
IQ2: Are you that king?
IQ3: Did the impersonater kill you after you killed the king?

Previous IQs:

Are you the best-known person to come from Dixon, Illinois? - Yes, Ronald Reagan.
Were you shown in a cartoon putting your boss into a straitjacket? - Then-White House Chief of Staff Donald Regan, in a cartoon after the 1986 Reyjavik summit, at which President Reagan had proposed the eventual abolition of all nuclear weapons.
Does a statue of you stand outside the British Houses of Parliament? - Yes, Richard Lionheart.

DQ:

Last name begin with R?

IQs:

Did Steve Martin play you, the mentally-disturbed younger brother of a very suave fellow?
Did you climb atop a table to wearily sing?
Did a rival take issue with your use of the word “treason”?

IQ1: Are you the villain in “The Prisoner of Zenda”?
IQ2: Did you play a failed Prince Charming in the second “Shrek” film?
IQ3: Are you the mysteriously vanished uncle in “The Crow Road”?

IQ1: Are you the flamboyant brother of a fat king who was once a great warrior?
IQ2: Did you die in a hunting “accident” in the first of a still running book series?
IQ3: Did you inherit your father’s Lordly holding after he also died in the first of a still running book series?

Yes, originally from a work of literature.

Summary for R:

  1. Not real.
  2. Dead.
  3. Male.
  4. Created by an American.
  5. Originally from a work of literature.

Story is set in the United States. It is set today or later.

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No.

Summary for R:

  1. Not real.
  2. Dead.
  3. Male.
  4. Created by an American.
  5. Originally from a work of literature.
  6. Story is set in the United States
  7. Story is set after 1900.
  8. Last name does not begin with R.

Hope I’ve got everything right. If not, let me know.

On the IQs, I got nuthin.’ Three DQs.

On 1, I am not Robert Penn Warren. On 3, I am not Robin. Take a DQ for 2.

No idea. Three DQs.

On 1, I think you’re referring to “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” which I’ve only seen once. Take a DQ.

Take DQs also for 2 and 3–no idea.

Take three DQs.

Take three DQs.

Rudolf Rassendyll, King Rudolf of Ruritania, and Rupert of Hentzau (The Prisoner of Zenda and Rupert of Hentzau).
DQ1: Military/political man?
DQ2: First appeared in a book published after 1960?
One DQ reserved.
IQ1: Did you speak for a horse?
IQ2: Are you the main character in four novels by John Updike?
IQ3: Were you deposed by Henry of Bolingbroke?

You’re gonna hate me. #2 is Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

I’ll wait on my DQ for the moment.

IQs:

  1. Did the Beach Boys beseech you for help?
  2. Were you the brother of the legendary founder of Rome?
  3. Did you speak of “champagne wishes and caviar dreams”?

All from the Song of Ice and Fire series - for SCAdian’s sake, I’ll avoid spoiling more than I already have

1: Renly Baratheon
2: His brother, King Robert
3: Robb Stark, son of Ned Stark

DQ1: Are you from a series, as opposed to a stand alone work?
DQ2: Was the work in which you featured adapted for film or TV?
DQ3: reserved

IQ1: Are you an uncompromising vigilante who took his name from someone already mentioned on this thread?

Not military/political.
First appeared in a book published after 1960.

Not from a series.
The work has not been adapted for film or TV.

Summary for R:

  1. Not real.
  2. Dead.
  3. Male.
  4. Created by an American.
  5. Originally from a work of literature.
  6. Story is set in the United States
  7. Story is set after 1900.
  8. Last name does not begin with R.
  9. Not military/political.
  10. First appeared in a book published after 1960.
  11. Not from a series.
  12. The work has not been adapted for film or TV.

Take a DQ for 1. For 2, I’m not Rabbit. For 3, I’ll guess at Richard II; if I’m wrong, take a DQ.

:smack: Rudolph!

As for the IQs, I’m not Rhonda, I’m neither Romulus nor Remus, and I’m not Robin Leach.

No idea. Take a DQ.

DQ: from a literary genre (e.g., fantasy, horror, science fiction, mystery) rather than mainstream?