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Question 91

TIQB - 091
Difficulty Easy
Skippable? Yes
Bomb? No
Reference Badly Drawn Dawg (character by Splapp)
Safe Question? Yes
Fusestopper location N/A
Lifebuoy location N/A

Question 91 from The Impossible Quiz Book is the forty-first question of the second Chapter, and the eleventh question with the visual themed inspired by Modern video games. Coming right after the "Pokémon" battle of Question 90, you continue your way through the final stretch of the game, heading to the final question of the game, where you will be able to open the cell door that's holding Chris hostage of the Phlovomites.

Oddly enough, you're presented with what appears to be a blueprint of a typical Chapter 2 question, with lots of stuff scribbled with white on it describing many of the aspects of the question screen. For instance, the question number is surrounded by a dotted line, with small text label "Problem number" pointing at it.

The purple center of the spinning background has been marked with a circle and many little arrows pointing at it, plus a bigger one that comes from a slightly disturbing big text that says "Possible black hole". To its right, there is a complex operation composed by letters, numbers and Greek symbols, and near the right edge of the screen you can see the Badly Drawn Dawg drawn with a poker face.

Below this there's the subtitle "Proposed answer sites", followed by the empty spaces where the option boxes are usually located, marked by dotted lines. The first empty box only contains a Flash programming script that says "". The second one also has some small dots inside near the borders, with some arrows pointing at them, coming from the message "Light up when mouse over"; a horizontal double arrow with bars on each of its ends is located above this box's space, stating that somehow the option boxes have a length of approximately 16 MILLION KILOMETERS!

Similarly, the option box space right below it contains an identical yet vertical double arrow measuring its height, which is roughly 4 million kilometers! The bottom-left option box, on the other hand, has been filled entirely with diagonal lines, with the word "ANSWER" spelled in big letters in the middle. Finally, the labels "Lives" and "Powerups here" indicate the location of these elements you are so familiar with at this point.

So yeah, this was really interesting, getting to see the structure of a typical four-option question in the middle of space, especially being able to click anything without losing lives... But how are you supposed to move on with your quest for freedom if there are NO clickable objects on sight!?

In reality, there IS a way to proceed to the following question, and it's not hard to figure out how: at the bottom-right hand corner of the screen, right below the second Skip's locked space, you can see that corner of the blueprint is folded. This means that you can use your mouse's hand to click it, and you'll be able to turn over the page entirely (except for your lives and Power-ups of course) and get to the next question.
Safe This is a safe question.


  • The indication of a "Possible black hole" behind where the question's message is usually located led some people to think of this question as a prediction of the ending of Chapter 3 (Question 150), where a black hole opens behind the title screen of the original Impossible Quiz and sucks everything in. However, Splapp stated that when he was working on this question he actually didn't know how he was going to end the final Chapter (though he admitted that it does hint at it quite nicely!)[1].


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