SteakRoast beefPasta PuttanescaSpaghetti Carbonara
The Baudelaire children made Count Olaf and his friends Puttanesca, but he demands roast beef.
The Poisonous Deadly CobraThe Deadly Venomous ViperThe Incredibly Deadly ViperThe Incredibly Dangerous Viper
The Incredible Deadly Viper was not deadly at all, but was named so by Dr. Montgomery to play a prank on the Herpetological Society.
Memento moriMemento vivereMiserabile visuMors vincit omnia
The school's motto was "Memento mori", which means "remember you will die".
Lake LachrymoseLake LanguishingLake LonelyLake Lugubrious
Lake Lachrymose is the lake mentioned in "The Wide Window", and is known for its Lachrymose leeches.
They belonged to V.F.D, the Volunteer Fire Department.
Medusa MyceliumMalevolent MyceliumMalignant MyceliumMedusoid Mycelium
The Medusoid Mycelium was poisonous enough to kill within an hour.
Poisoning from mushroom sporesPoison dartsA harpoon woundIn a fire
Although Count Olaf inhales poisonous mushroom spores, he takes the antidote for it and dies from a harpoon wound.
A sugar bowlA fruit bowlA glass vaseA crystal bowl
They spend some of the series looking for a sugar bowl, also known as the "Vessel For Disaccharides".
Kit Snicket was the sister of Lemony and Jacques Snicket.
The Daily DistinctionThe Daily ParticularThe Daily PunctilioThe Daily Puntillo
The Daily Punctilio is the widely-read paper in the series.
The Village of Fowl Devotees is devoted to crows.
Brackish BeachBlue BeachBleak BeachBriny Beach
They are at Briny Beach when they are informed of the fire at the Baudelaire mansion.
Do You Still Remember What Happened In "A Series Of Unfortunate Events"
You don't recall much about the books, although to be fair it's probably been a while since you read them.
You still have an alright recollection of the books, but you don't remember the smaller details.
You're still a huge fan of these books, and have an impressive knowledge of the Baudelaires and the many people they met.