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Question 1: The documentary first aired on ________ in October 2005 as part of the Independent Lens series.
Ion TelevisionUnivisionPublic Broadcasting ServiceUniversal Sports

Question 2: Funkenstein’s predecessors had encoded the secrets of Funk in the ________ because humanity wasn’t ready for its existence until the modern era.
Mexico CityMexicoPyramidUnited States

Question 3: Funkadelic and Parliament are, in effect, the same band, with both bands at one time employing their musicians from the same pool, namely ________'s backing bands (both the JBs, and the later Soul Gs).
James BrownGet Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex MachineCold SweatSay It Loud – I'm Black and I'm Proud

Question 4: The album The Electric Spanking of War Babies (1981) refers to the ________, as characterized by George Clinton.
Central Intelligence AgencyVietnam WarKorean WarCold War

Question 5: Musicians such as Bernie Worrell, Fred Wesley and ________ all at one time played with Parliament and/or Funkadelic.
A Blow for Me, a Toot for YouBootsy CollinsMaceo ParkerGeorge Clinton (musician)

Question 6: ________ (Funkadelic, 1978) introduces Funkadelica, a nation wherein the Funk rules and can’t be either stopped or labeled.
One Nation Under a GrooveMaggot BrainMothership ConnectionUncle Jam Wants You

Question 7: Near the episode's end, transformed by milk from the Funk, characters ________ and Vince Noir perform a maritime parody of "Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker)."
List of minor The Mighty Boosh charactersThe Mighty Boosh (series 3)List of recurring The Mighty Boosh charactersThe Mighty Boosh

Question 8: One central concept is Maggot Brain (________, 1971), which is an unenlightened small-mindedness, and which must be overcome for humanity to avoid its destruction and decay.
Maggot BrainOne Nation Under a GrooveLet's Take It to the StageFree Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow


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