1) In this movie clip, everyone (except Judy) is wearing a hat. Do you wear hats for fashion, for warmth or for both? I don't wear hats. I hate hat hair. Come winter I'll flip on a hood or slip on my crocheted headphones for warmth.
3) The movie follows the Smith family as their hometown, St. Louis, to prepares to host the 1904 World's Fair. What's the biggest thing happening in your hometown? The first place Cubs! More than 30 games over .500, and with Kris Bryant, who went 5-for-5 on Thursday.
4) This week's featured artist, Judy Garland, is best known as Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz. That movie is shown so often that Sam thinks she may have seen it a dozen times. Is there a movie or holiday special you've seen over and over? Probably the one I've seen the most is The Sound of Music.
5) Judy admitted to being perpetually tardy. Are you usually prompt? Or are you always running late? For everything but work, I'm on time. I'm always late for work.
6) Judy's first professional performance was a rendition of "Jingle Bells" when she was just two. How old were you when you entered your chosen profession? 21.
7) Thinking of "Jingle Bells," here's a wintery question for a hot summer day: What's your favorite carol? River. It's so poignant.
8) Judy was a very demonstrative person. She enjoyed hugs and admitted that, when she nervous, she took emotional support from physically reaching out. Are you demonstrative? Not really.
9) She told Barbara Walters that people would be surprised to learn that she was a good cook and specialized in desserts. Do you have a sweet tooth? Dear God, YES!