(3/-1) 20TH CENTURY CLEVELAND GOLF – His “army” followed him around Beechmont Country Club as he won the first ever Cleveland Open in 1963.
(6/-2) FICTIONAL BRITISH SCI-FI TELEVISION LANGUAGES – In “The Christmas Invasion,” translating the language of the Sycorax into English is key for the tenth incarnation of this character to repel the aliens.
(9/0) BEFORE DURING & AFTER THE MUSIC OF WILLIAM SHATNER – Space shuttle propulsion device in a Shatner cover of an Elton John hit from a Lenny Bruce biopic starring Jim Carrey.
(9/-3) BEFORE, DURING & AFTER THE MUSIC OF WILLIAM SHATNER -- Double-talk band who hit #1 in 1985 with "Broken Wings" that Shatner sang as a cover of a 1965 hit by Bob Dylan assigning each basketball player a specific opponent to guard.
(12/-4) MYSTERY SEINFELD THEATER – In the episode “The Boyfriend,” when Kramer accuses this Mets first baseman of spitting on him, Jerry analyzes the film and proposes a Zapruder-like “magic loogie” theory.
(15/-5) CANADIAN PRIME MINISTERS\' DOGS – This World War II-era Prime Minister with a royal-sounding name frequently asked for political advice from his pet Irish terriers, most of whom he named “Pat.”