Can you find the connection that links each of the answers to the first nine questions?
1. In cricket, what is the score of 111 known as?
2. Which West Midlands comedian was born Chris Collins in 1957 and sang on a number one hit single in 1996?
 Frank Skinner
3. Which British playwright wrote "Educating Rita", "Blood Brothers" and "Shirley Valentine"?
 Willy Russell
4. Who featured on Melanie C's number one single "Never Be The Same Again" in 2000, and died in a car accident in 2002?
 Lisa Left Eye Lopes
5. What "S. E." is the process in which an initially small event builds on itself and soon becomes large and possibly dangerous?
 Snowball Effect
6. Who had a top ten hit in 1974 with "Streets Of London"?
 "Ralph McTell"
7. Which author wrote "Patriot Games", "Clear And Present Danger" and "The Hunt For Red October"?
 Tom Clancy
8. Which song includes the lyrics "I laughed at all of your jokes, my love you didn't need to coax"?
 "Maggie May" by Rod Stewart
9. What is the name of the Dutch speaking northern region of Belgium containing approximately half of the country's population?
10. What is the connection?
 Characters from the TV show "The Simpsons"
Nelson Muntz - the school bully, Seymour Skinner - school principal, Groundskeeper Willy, Lisa Simpson, Snowball - the Simpsons cat, Ralph Wiggum, Clancy Wiggum - the police chief, Maggie Simpson, Ned Flanders