Answers Contain the Number Five

All the answers contain "Five". Based on the clue, guess the answer.
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Last updated: July 29, 2014
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First submittedMay 5, 2012
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Michael, Tito, etc ...
Jackson 5
Kurt Vonnegut novel
American burger chain
Five Guys
Early evening stubble
Five O'Clock Shadow
Bonanno, Colombo, Gambino,
Genovese, and Lucchese
Five Families
They start with denial and
end at acceptance
Five Stages of Grief
Stalinist economic program
Five Year Plan
Queens, Brooklyn, etc...
Five Boroughs
Book 'em, Danno
Hawaii Five-O
Really big fire
Five Alarm
Long golf hole
Par Five
High-ranking WWII general
Five Star
Between a goalie's legs in hockey
Five Hole
"Rule" for eating food off the floor
Five Second
Michigan basketball team, 1992
Fab Five
Five times the speed of sound
Mach Five
Paul Desmond jazz standard
in 5/4 time
Take Five
Shoplifter's "discount"
Five Finger
Fist bump alternative
High Five
The British security service
Level 21
May 5, 2012
Speed Racer!
Level 76
May 5, 2012
Damn, I kept trying "Miami 5-0". At least trying it got me MI5 instead.
Level 83
Jul 28, 2014
Quiz does not accept 'stages of grief', although all other answers you don't need to type the word 'five'
Level ∞
Jul 29, 2014
Level 22
Dec 7, 2014
(piece of food drops)

Germ 1: Let's go after it!

Germ 2: No! We must wait 5 seconds.

(5 seconds pass)

Germ 2: Okay go

Level 75
Jan 12, 2015
Mythbusters disproved the five-second rule on one of their episodes. I was like, "Really? You had to actually take the time to prove to people that it isn't true?" On the other hand I strongly doubt that germs picked up from the floor will kill us, considering all the unwashed hands that likely touch our food in restaurants and we still seem to survive.
Level 67
Aug 29, 2019
Lmao fraser, I can SO picture it! hahaha
Level 74
Dec 8, 2014
I am immensely disappointed that "Mambo No. 5" was not one of the answers
Level 56
Dec 20, 2014
Definitely is the 10 Second rule where I grew up...germs must grow slower on the west coast!
Level 67
Aug 29, 2019
I thought it was 3 second rule..
Level 69
Apr 19, 2015
Saw "Tito" and immediately thought "Josip", a five letter word... dammit
Level 57
Jul 8, 2015
Is it sad that the only reason I know five-alarm is because of Flanders' Chili Cookoff in the Simpsons?
Level 75
Jun 23, 2016
From the episode in which Homer realizes (with the help of a Guatemalan insanity-inducing-pepper causing him to hallucinate interactions with a space coyote played by Johnny Cash) that Marge is his soul-mate? How is that remotely sad?
Level 88
Jul 31, 2015
Five families is very narrow. Should accept "five mafia families" "five syndicates", "five crime families" and any variations.
Level 48
Oct 17, 2018
sounds the same as i went....
Level 85
Jan 3, 2022
Any variations? Seriously? You think that's how names work?
Level 54
Jun 21, 2016
How do only 19% know about the Five Year Plans
Level 72
Aug 4, 2018
Imagine me not knowing a Michigan Basketball team from twenty six years ago. You'd almost think stuff like that wasn't really common knowledge out side of America. Sigh. Another quiz with a question that non-Americans just won't have a chance of getting.

I appreciate this is a predominantly American site but it does get monotonous when quiz, after quiz, after quiz have questions that us non Americans have all but zero chance of getting.

Level 82
Aug 1, 2019
Can you even get through one quiz without whining? Do you know what the definition of the word trivia is? I didn't know the answer to that one, either. Doesn't mean there's something wrong with the quiz.
Level 67
Aug 29, 2019
Accept borough? I tried every combination of borough before giving up. Does it really need the s?
Level 66
Apr 24, 2020
I couldn't spell borough. I kept trying burrough, which according to the online Websters is now obsolete variant of borough. Or I could have been spelling it like that because I was thinking William S.Burroughs.
Level 79
Mar 20, 2021
I knew Take Five but didn't know Five o'clock shadow.
Level 78
Sep 23, 2021
I... read it as "British security DEVICE". I had no idea what that could be.
Level 74
Oct 15, 2021
Five stars!
Level 85
Jan 3, 2022
Paul Desmond? Not Dave Brubek?
Level 83
Mar 4, 2022
"Take Five" is a jazz standard composed by saxophonist Paul Desmond and originally recorded by the Dave Brubeck Quartet. (Wikipedia)
Level 66
May 17, 2023
I feel like it might be good to mention Dave Brubeck just in case.
Level 76
Feb 4, 2022
This quiz makes me want to drink Five _____ and shop at a five-and-____.