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Al Sharpton downplayed news this week that he once worked as a what? (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

The Know-It-All Week-In-Review Quiz

This week's contestant is listener Matt from Marysville. He's 21 years old and drives for a painting company.

1.) The Internet laughed at Brightwater Sewage Treatment Plant this week when it announced plans to do what?

a.) allow couples to reserve the space as a wedding venue
b.) start a winery on the property
c.) host pool parties

2.) An Ocean Shores woman was heartbroken this week when police removed what from her apartment?

a.) her Grateful Dead lava lamp
b.) A 4-foot pet alligator named "Snappy"
c.) 17 cats

3.) KIRO Radio's intrepid Chris Sullivan this week broke a story that Boeing is no longer allowing what on the factory floor?

a.) headphones
b.) "horse play"
c.) "shenanigans"

4.) Al Sharpton downplayed news this week that he once worked as a what?

a.) a male model
b.) a hairdresser
c.) an FBI informant

5.) A nursing home in New York was sued this week for allegedly hiring what for residents?

a.) prostitutes
b.) male strippers
c.) pen pals

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