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Question 63
TIQ2 - 63
Difficulty Medium
Skippable? Yes
Bomb? No
Reference Questions 6 and 16 (TIQ)
Safe Question? No
Fusestopper location N/A
Skip location Press "Q" on your keyboard.

Question 63 from the Impossible Quiz 2 asks "What is the 17th letter of the alphabet?", with the possible answers being the square root of the word "onion" (From Question 6 of the First Quiz), the letter "H", "There's only 11 letters in the alphabet" and "Henry VIII".

It's obviously not "H" (and no, there's no trick in this question that could make "H" the answer), but it's definitely none of the other ones, either. The seventeenth letter of the alphabet is "Q", but there is no letter "Q" on screen at all... other than the one located on the Quality button, between the Skips and the Fusestoppers. That's the answer to the question: clicking it will not switch the game's quality of image (in this particular case only), but rather it will take you to the next question!

You can also acquire a Skip here. All you have to do is to press "Q" on your keyboard, and you'll be instantly granted the third and final Skip of the game.

Mobile version

Surprisingly, this question got a replacement in the iOS release of The Impossible Quiz 2. A possible reason for this is that the "Quality" button was removed from the game.

It was replaced by the original Question 61 ("Why did the chicken cross the road?"). While the answer is exactly the same as in the original, it's worth noting that the third option, "Because he's a big gay", was replaced by a less aggravating one, rather saying "To get away from salmonella".

Due to the absence of this question (And the lack of a keyboard) in the mobile release, the third and final Skip of the game was relocated to Question 84.

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