This week, Head2Head is tackling the decade known as "the Swinging Sixties."
Turbulent and full of seismic political events both home and abroad, it's the decade of Woodstock, Vietnam and the civil rights movement. So let's have some "peace, love and understanding" and see what our contestants know about the '60s.
Long-time Head2Head champ Dana Rutheimer is taking on Travis Byers, who works in retail.
1. The 1966 purge of intellectuals in China by leader Mao Zedong is known as what?
2. What was the first James Bond movie starring Sean Connery in 1962?
3. Introduced on April 17, 1964, by the Ford Motor Company, what car was the most successful launch since the Model A in 1903?
4. What football team won the very first Super Bowl in 1967?
5. What was Timothy Leary's famous quote about embracing cultural changes through the use of psychedelics?
6. Who did Adam West play on television from 1966-68?
7. In what year did East Germany put up the Berlin Wall?
8. In 1961, Harper Lee won a Pulitzer Prize for which novel?
9. Which U.S. president in the 1960s created the Peace Corps?
10. What TV show did the Beatles appear on to kick off their first U.S. tour in 1964?
1. I'm pretty sure that's the Cultural Revolution.
2. It's "Dr. No," which I know because I've seen it about 10 times.
3. I'm saying the Mustang.
4. I've no clue.
5. It was something about dropping out, I think.
6. Wasn't he Batman?
7. I'm not positive, but maybe 1964?
8. "To Kill a Mockingbird," which is a great book, by the way.
10. They were on "The Ed Sullivan Show," and I'm not sure why I know that.
1. The beginning of communist China.
2. "Dr. No"
3. Probably the Mustang.
4. Green Bay
5. (Chose not to answer)
8. (Chose not to answer)
10. "Tonight Show"
Dana's streak continues as she rolls past another opponent. She'll hang on to her title as Head2Head champion another week and will face a new challenger next week.
1. The Cultural Revolution
2. "Dr. No"
3. The Ford Mustang
4. The Green Bay Packers
5. "Turn on, tune in, drop out"
8. "To Kill a Mockingbird"
9. John F. Kennedy
10. "The Ed Sullivan Show"