The 5 Dumbest Things 'April Fool's' Quiz

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Happy April Fools' Weekend! We here at The Five Dumbest Lab love April Fools' Day. In fact, it's our favorite holiday because nobody likes to celebrate foolish behavior more than we do.

But before we begin pranking our friends on Wall Street, we leave you with The Five Dumbest Things April Fools Quiz, recapping the silly shenanigans of the first quarter of 2012. Answering correctly could win you a gift package full of autographed Jim Cramer goodies.

Enter by midnight Tuesday, April 3, by e-mailing your answers here with the words "Contest Entry" in the subject line. We'll rerun the column on Friday, April 6, with the answers and the name of the winner. If there is more than one correct entry, we'll have a drawing.

Good luck!

1. Shares of WebMD ( WBMD) took ill in early January, falling almost 30% after a sudden case of what we called Acute Dumbness. Which of the following was not a reason behind the stock's collapse?

A. The company's CEO resigned.

B. The company stopped its sale talks.

C. The company slashed its sales expectations.

D. The company's CEO got sued for malpractice.

2. In early January, private equity powerhouse Blackstone ( BX) registered a slew of domain names to protect itself from detractors. According to Domain Name Wire, which of the following was not a Web domain name purchased by Blackstone?

A. Blackstonesucks.com

B. Blackstonegroupsucks.com

C. Steveschwartzmoneysucks.com

D. Steveschwarzmansucks.com

3. Celebrity chef Paula Deen, famous for her colossally high-calorie dishes, confirmed in mid-January that she had Type 2 diabetes, but she also landed a job as a paid spokesperson for the diabetes drug Victoza. Which pharmaceutical company is behind Deen's drug?

A. Novo Nordisk

B. Pfizer

C. Merck

D. Eli Lilly

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