**Answer #101**

Cats have paws, so all the animals are chickens.

**Answer #102**

Yes, at least with respect to not killing him at the time of his visit, as bruises require a live body pumping blood to form, so the lifeguard died sometime later in the day.

**Answer #103**

1. From the TV series Batman and Robin.

2. From the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite.

3. From the TV series Fat Albert.

**Answer #104**

13.

**Answer #105**

The subtotals for sauces #7, 8, 11, 13 & 14 are calculated incorrectly.

**Answer #106**

Took Me Home.

**Answer #107**

Shape D.

**Answer #108**

Substitution of an 8 for 7 in the 17th digit from the right in the 7th line.

**Answer #109**

No distance, as pulling the string will make the cog rotate in a counter clockwise direction.

**Answer #110**

Manipulation.

## Questions 111-120

**Answer #111**

10 minutes as the first tap is three times (3x) as fast as the third tap and the second tap is twice (2x) as fast as third tap, all together adding up to 6x, which if multiplied by one half, is 3x or the time of the first tap.

**Answer #112**

To argue stubbornly over something trivial.

**Answer #113**

The numbers represent the order of letters in the alphabet, and the stylized word is AWSM for Awesome.

**Answer #114**

Piece D – A is squashed, B is too wide, C is too big and E is not symmetric.

**Answer #115**

1. Bloody Mary.

2. A Loira do Banheiro.

**Answer #116**

Drop Dead Gorgeous.

**Answer #117**

There are two interspersed numerical sequences being, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 2, 4, 8, 16, 32.

**Answer #118**

1. Just one, the final stone.

2. A deck of cards.

3. No one, there are no bananas on a coconut tree.

**Answer #119**

1. Capital One Credit Card.

2. Bounty Paper Towels.

3. Dunkin’ Donuts.

**Answer #120**

As the body was bleeding the victim was still alive because their heart was pumping, so the woman was right in her evaluation and action.

## Questions 121-130

**Answer #121**

To chatter, talk idly, gossip.

**Answer #122**

1. Sammy the Banana Slug, \university of California Santa Cruz.

2. Fang T. Rattler, Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, Minor League Baseball.

3. Dinger the Dinosaur, Colorado Rockies MLB.

**Answer #123**

1. By Mr. T cast member of the TV series The A-Team.

2. From the TV series Survivor.

3. From the TV series Happy Days.

**Answer #124**

1. At the corner.

2. The Library of Congress.

3. The city is “London” – made up of “LON” + “D” + “ON”.

**Answer #125**

The missing numbers are top to bottom, left to right: 15, 2, 2, 15, 15.

**Answer #126**

1. British Airways.

2. Maybelline Cosmetics.

3. MasterCard.

**Answer #127**

Plotting, planning, devising, with Latin roots to bring out by thinking; Alt: Thinking out carefully and fully; Thinking over something carefully; considering fully; cogitating.

**Answer #128**

On the phone the police didn’t say where the accident occurred, so the wife either did the deed or had help.

**Answer #129**

1. Survivors do not need to be buried.

2. A pillow.

3. Carpet.

**Answer #130**

Chupacabra.

## Questions 131-140

**Answer #131**

Lots! 14 errors include that the only correct items subtotals are for Coffee, Milk, Fish Pens and Butter, all others do not add up, the Total is wrong and does not take into account the Returns credit.

**Answer #132**

The missing number letter is 42 being a number between two primes of 41 and 43, as are the other numbers in series that are in between two prime numbers.

**Answer #133**

From the entrance go down right, then up through the opening, then right and through the next opening, left and around to the top opening, down and to the right around and through the next opening, right and around to the next opening, though and to the left, around and finally right through the opening to the star.

**Answer #134**

Triskaidekaphobia, being a fear or avoidance of the number 13.

**Answer #135**

1. From the TV series Charlies Angels.

2. From the TV series The Price is Right.

3. From the TV series The Flintstones.

**Answer #136**

The missing number is 37 as being a square + 1 of the series of numbers squared plus 1 – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.

**Answer #137**

The Griffin.

**Answer #138**

First it was strange that the trash had not been emptied suggesting that the janitor was nowhere near the room before the murder, but that incongruity lead to forensic testing on the trash contents which showed that the straw had been used by the Janitor to send a blow dart encased in a wad of paper, so that the dart was not ingested when the dart was shot.

**Answer #139**

The tax amount is incorrect, and is one half of what should be charged.

**Answer #140**

Spitfire.

**Answer #141**

The sum of the numbers is zero.

## Questions 141-150

**Answer #142**

Emoji in the 23rd column 10th row has a tear in his eye.

**Answer #143**

The missing numbers top to bottom, left to right are: 6, 13, 5, 37, 9.

**Answer #144**

Get In Tune.

**Answer #145**

There are 4 cows at the minimum since there are 8 feet more than if all the animals were Alpacas with 2 feet or 100 feet in total.

**Answer #146**

All Greek To Me.

**Answer #147**

This sequence called the Fibonacci sequence is based on the next number being the sum of the two preceding numbers, so the answer would be 13.

**Answer #148**

1. Loch Ness Monster.

2. Answer Bigfoot or Sasquatch.

**Answer #149**

The missing number is 13.

**Answer #150**

1. San Diego Chicken, represents San Diego Padres.

2. Howler the Coyote, Arizona Coyotes.

3. Deepdale Duck, Preston.