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Well its time to play another game. This is more TV trivia........some of this is from the olden days..........some from the present.........but if you ever watched TV chances are you should be able to answer one of these questions.

Rules the same........no prize.........cheat if you want to......your just taking the fun of doing it away from yourself........and Ill post the answers later this evening.

You guys getting bored with these yet? if you are let me know no use clogging up blog space with crap.

1.In what type of institution was The Facts Of Life set?


2.How many friends are there in Friends?

3.Who created the characters Clem Kadiddlehopper and The Mean Widdle Kid?

4.In the 70s, how were Mike, Carol, Greg, Marcia, Jan, Peter, Cindy and Bobby known?


5.In which show did Laverne and Shirley first appear?

6.In Cheers, Sam was a former pitcher for which team?

7.Which rock classic was the original theme music for Happy Days?

8.What was the most-watched TV show in history when it was screened in 1993?

9.What Seinfeld character takes off his shirt durig visits to the toilet?

10.What was the only TV show of the 1970s to have its theme top Billboard's Hot 100?

11.What TV cartoon character wrote on his school chalkboard. "I will not aim at the head" and "My name is not Dr. Death"?

12.What Saturday Night Live star said he learned how to fall playing soccer in college?

13.What's the maximum number of answers on a single Jeopardy! show?

14.What's CNBC short for?

15.What entertainer's wedding prompted NBC to order 10,000 tulips from Holland?

16.Who once observed: "This is America. You can't make a horse testify against himself"?

17.Who began his radio shows with: "Good evening, Mr. ad Mrs. America and all the ships at sea, let's go to press"?

18. What former TV anchorman made headlines by attending two Grateful Dead concerts?

19.What's the "dimension of imagination, "according to the host of a classic TV series?

20.Who appeared in Return of the Killer Tomatoes before he landed a role on ER?

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sugarnspice005

Nov 22 @ 12:48PM  

1.In what type of institution was The Facts Of Life set?


Boarding School. Forget the name of it.

2.How many friends are there in Friends?

6

3.Who created the characters Clem Kadiddlehopper and The Mean Widdle Kid?



4.In the 70s, how were Mike, Carol, Greg, Marcia, Jan, Peter, Cindy and Bobby known?

The Brady Bunch


5.In which show did Laverne and Shirley first appear?


Happy Days


6.In Cheers, Sam was a former pitcher for which team?


Boston Red Sox?

7.Which rock classic was the original theme music for Happy Days?

"Happy Days".....don't know who sung it.


8.What was the most-watched TV show in history when it was screened in 1993?


Wasn't that the final M*A*S*H episode "Goodbye, Farewell, & Amen"? I thought that aired in the 80's. I could be wrong.


9.What Seinfeld character takes off his shirt durig visits to the toilet?


Kramer?


10.What was the only TV show of the 1970s to have its theme top Billboard's Hot 100?




11.What TV cartoon character wrote on his school chalkboard. "I will not aim at the head" and "My name is not Dr. Death"?




12.What Saturday Night Live star said he learned how to fall playing soccer in college?





13.What's the maximum number of answers on a single Jeopardy! show?


Too many! I don't watch Jeopardy!



14.What's CNBC short for?




15.What entertainer's wedding prompted NBC to order 10,000 tulips from Holland?



16.Who once observed: "This is America. You can't make a horse testify against himself"?



18. What former TV anchorman made headlines by attending two Grateful Dead concerts?



19.What's the "dimension of imagination, "according to the host of a classic TV series?

The Twilight Zone?

20.Who appeared in Return of the Killer Tomatoes before he landed a role on ER?

George Clooney?

Ok...I admit...19 and 20 I guessed on.



Ewe_Wish

Nov 22 @ 12:54PM  
Not to bad Sugar...........you got some right..................
StraddleMyNose

Nov 22 @ 1:21PM  
1.In what type of institution was The Facts Of Life set? Girls private school


2.How many friends are there in Friends?6

3.Who created the characters Clem Kadiddlehopper and The Mean Widdle Kid????

4.In the 70s, how were Mike, Carol, Greg, Marcia, Jan, Peter, Cindy and Bobby known?The Brady Bunch


5.In which show did Laverne and Shirley first appear?Happy Days

6.In Cheers, Sam was a former pitcher for which team?Boston Red Sox

7.Which rock classic was the original theme music for Happy Days?Rockin' Around the Clock

8.What was the most-watched TV show in history when it was screened in 1993?MASH in 1983 and Cheers in 1993. Most watch was MASH however

9.What Seinfeld character takes off his shirt durig visits to the toilet? Jerry Seinfeld?

10.What was the only TV show of the 1970s to have its theme top Billboard's Hot 100?The Greatest American Hero

11.What TV cartoon character wrote on his school chalkboard. "I will not aim at the head" and "My name is not Dr. Death"?Bart Simpson

12.What Saturday Night Live star said he learned how to fall playing soccer in college?Chevy Chase

13.What's the maximum number of answers on a single Jeopardy! show?70?

14.What's CNBC short for?Something National Broadcasting Company

15.What entertainer's wedding prompted NBC to order 10,000 tulips from Holland?Tiny Tim

16.Who once observed: "This is America. You can't make a horse testify against himself"????

17.Who began his radio shows with: "Good evening, Mr. ad Mrs. America and all the ships at sea, let's go to press"????

18. What former TV anchorman made headlines by attending two Grateful Dead concerts?Tom Brokaw?

19.What's the "dimension of imagination, "according to the host of a classic TV series? Rod Sterling of The Twilight Zone said something to the effect of going to beyond the darkest of your imagination, or something like that. lol

20.Who appeared in Return of the Killer Tomatoes before he landed a role on ER?G. Clooney?


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Lisa46

Nov 22 @ 2:09PM  

1.In what type of institution was The Facts Of Life set?
Boarding School


2.How many friends are there in Friends?
6

3.Who created the characters Clem Kadiddlehopper and The Mean Widdle Kid?
"Red Skelton

4.In the 70s, how were Mike, Carol, Greg, Marcia, Jan, Peter, Cindy and Bobby known?
The Brady Bunch

5.In which show did Laverne and Shirley first appear?
Happy Days

6.In Cheers, Sam was a former pitcher for which team?


7.Which rock classic was the original theme music for Happy Days?


8.What was the most-watched TV show in history when it was screened in 1993?
M*A*S*H goodbye show?

9.What Seinfeld character takes off his shirt durig visits to the toilet?


10.What was the only TV show of the 1970s to have its theme top Billboard's Hot 100?

11.What TV cartoon character wrote on his school chalkboard. "I will not aim at the head" and "My name is not Dr. Death"?

12.What Saturday Night Live star said he learned how to fall playing soccer in college?

13.What's the maximum number of answers on a single Jeopardy! show?
Okay now you got way to much time on your hands Dayna

14.What's CNBC short for?
Gee I ain't doin good?

15.What entertainer's wedding prompted NBC to order 10,000 tulips from Holland?

16.Who once observed: "This is America. You can't make a horse testify against himself"?

17.Who began his radio shows with: "Good evening, Mr. ad Mrs. America and all the ships at sea, let's go to press"?

18. What former TV anchorman made headlines by attending two Grateful Dead concerts?

19.What's the "dimension of imagination, "according to the host of a classic TV series?

20.Who appeared in Return of the Killer Tomatoes before he landed a role on ER?
George Clooney?
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KitKat25

Nov 22 @ 2:31PM  
1. An all-female boarding school
2. Six
3.
4. The Brady Bunch
5. Happy Days
6. The Boston Red Sox
7. Rock Around the Clock
8. Cheers
9. George
10. At first I thought it was "The Greatest American Hero"...but that song came out in the 80's. So I'm going with Welcome Back Kotter since you've already had 2 "Happy Days" related questions.
11. Bart Simpson
12. Chevy Chase (Total guess)
13. 60 (Total guess)
14. Central Network Broadcasting Company (Total guess)
15. Tiny Tim
16.
17.
18. Walter Cronkite
19. The Twlight Zone
20. George Clooney (Total guess)

Fun stuff Ms. Sheep. You must be hungry after all that work. Here's a cookie for you.
Wordsofwit

Nov 22 @ 2:37PM  
Only know or have guesses on a few.

3.Who created the characters Clem Kadiddlehopper and The Mean Widdle Kid?

Red Skelton

5.In which show did Laverne and Shirley first appear?

Happy Days

7.Which rock classic was the original theme music for Happy Days?

Rock Around the Clock

10.What was the only TV show of the 1970s to have its theme top Billboard's Hot 100?

Welcome Back Kotter

12.What Saturday Night Live star said he learned how to fall playing soccer in college?

Chevy Chase

13.What's the maximum number of answers on a single Jeopardy! show?

36

14.What's CNBC short for?

Cable National Broadcasting Corporation

17.Who began his radio shows with: "Good evening, Mr. ad Mrs. America and all the ships at sea, let's go to press"?

Walter Winchell

19.What's the "dimension of imagination, "according to the host of a classic TV series?

The Twilight Zone
1bunny629

Nov 22 @ 3:14PM  
4. The Brady Bunch
6. The Boston Redsocks
12. Chevy Chase
20. George Clooney....that's all I know folks...for now....
somnium

Nov 22 @ 3:42PM  
3.Who created the characters Clem Kadiddlehopper and The Mean Widdle Kid?

Red Skelton!... I knew that right off!

14.What's CNBC short for?

Consumer News and Business Channel... I watch it every day!


Just two- trying not to over-tax my brain!


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