North Dakota, in 2002.
2. The Jeffersons,
which ran from 1975 to 1985. Its parent show was All in
the Family, which ran for 20 episodes from 1971 to 1979.
3. The members of
each state legislature elected two senators (Article 1, Section
3 of the Constitution).
4. William Bligh,
victim of the 1789 mutiny aboard HMS Bounty. The coup
in News South Wales came after the tyrannical Bligh banned the
use of rum and other spirits as legal tender in the tiny convict
5. As Spuds MacKenzie,
"the original party animal," in Bud Light beer commercials
that aired in the late 1980s.