Answers will appear at the end of this post as the questions are correctly solved.
1) Which was the last of the 50 states to become home to a commercial winery?
2) What sitcom spin-off ran for 253 episodes – 43 more than its popular parent sitcom?
3) How were U.S. senators chosen before the 17th Amendment to the Constitution provided for their direct election in 1913?
4) Under what name did female bull terrier Honey Tree Evil Eye gain fame as a spokesdog in TV ads?
5) With what famous oddball artist did fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli collaborate to create a shoe-shaped hat?
4 (Teluria) As Spuds MacKenzie, “the original party animal,” in Bud Light beer commercials that aired in the late 1980s.
5 (Rath Darkblade) Surrealist Salvador Dali, for Schiaparelli’s fall-winter collection of 1937-38. The black felt hat looked like an upside-down high-heeled shoe when it was worn.
2 (Octarine) “The Jeffersons,” which ran from 1975 to 1985. Its parent show was “All in the Family,” which ran for 210 episodes, from 1971 to 1979.
1 (Teluria) North Dakota, in 2002.
3 (unanswered) The members of each state legislature elected two senators (Article 1, Section 3 of the Constitution).