No. 219

1. In 1976, what future billionaire selecting a name for his new company was inspired by a “fruitarian” diet he was trying out?

2. In 2001, NASCAR fans stood during lap three of every race to salute what late driver?

3. What legendary screen villain has a helmet borrowed from samurai armor and a breathing pattern recorded using a scuba regulator?

4. Who had his biggest musical hit in 1969 with a cover of poet Shel Silverstein’s song “A Boy Named Sue”?

5. What close Hollywood friends have both starred as U.S. marshals in big-screen TV adaptations, one as Sam Gerard in 'The Fugitive' and the other as James West in 'Wild Wild West'?

What’s the "Kennection" between all five answers?

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