The Impossible Quiz 2
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Question 50
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Two bombs; 10 and 6 seconds long
The bombs are both non-defusable


Badly Drawn Dawg (Splapp's Flash series)

Question 50 of The Impossible Quiz 2 is based on one of Splapp's most well-known animated Flash series, "Badly Drawn Dawg" (but instead of "Dawg", the title states "Dog"). It consists of two segments, each of them having a separate bomb.

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As soon as you get here, you'll see him happily running in the middle of a park, along with the title of the series appearing on the screen. As the camera angle switches to a front view of the dog running, the question's actual task appears above him: "Complete the episode".

It's worth noting that Fusestoppers cannot be used in this particular question, due to there being two bombs instead of one. You cannot use any fusestoppers through the whole question and you have to wait for a bomb they can actually deal with.

Part One; Chew the Bone

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Badly Drawn Dawg will spot a lone bone in the ground, and he'll pick it up with his mouth. At the same time, a 10-second bomb will appear on the screen and start ticking down. What you must do here is click his mouth repeatedly so that he chews it. Keep doing this until the bomb disappears; he'll then put the bone back on the floor and bark just like he did in his previous appearance: "Woof. Woof. Woof.".

Part Two; Pet the Dog

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He'll then walk a little more before stopping again, and an empty vertical meter will appear next to him, as well as a 6-second bomb. Here, you have got to use your mouse to stroke him, which will fill the meter. Once filled, it and the bomb will disappear, and a brick will then fall into the dog's head, leaving him completely idle, hurting and weeping as the screen blacks out. You are then sent to the next question.

Mobile version

Question 50 (iOS)




In the iOS release of The Impossible Quiz 2, for unknown reasons, this question has been removed, and a brand new one took its place. The question that filled this spot says "What do you call a hen in a designer suit?", with possible answers being "Messy", "Sassy", "Chic" and "Hot".

The answer in this case is "Chic", which is similar to the word "chick" (a bird that has not yet reached adulthood), but actually refers to something which is elegantly or stylishly fashionable, mainly used to refer to designer clothing.