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Which four M*A*S*H characters stayed through the entire run of
the series (11 seasons)?
a. Hawkeye, Igor, Rizzo, Klinger
b. Hawkeye, Margaret, Father Mulchahy, Klinger
c. Klinger, Igor, Rizzo, Trapper
d. Hawkeye, Father Mulchahy, Klinger, Kelly
Hawkeye, Margaret, Father Mulchahy, Klinger - The series finale, 'Goodbye, Farewell and Amen', became
the most watched television episode in U.S. history with 125 million viewers.
What 2010 TV series debut saw sheriff's deputy Rick Grimes
waking up from a coma in an abandoned and badly damaged hospital?
a. American Horror Story
b. The Walking Dead
d. Breaking Bad
The Walking Dead - Upon leaving the hospital, Rick discovers a post-apocalyptic world that is overrun
When "Seinfeld" first premiered, what was George's occupation?
a. Advertising Manager
b. Real Estate Agent
c. Financial Planning Manager
d. Publishing Executive
Real Estate Agent - TV Guide named Seinfeld the greatest television series of all time in 2002.
Which show did Bill Cullen once host in the 1950's?
a. Tic Tac Dough
b. Queen for a Day
c. Name that Tune
d. The Price is Right
The Price is Right - Cullen hosted the show from 1956 to 1965.
Produced by Steven Spielberg, which TV series tells the story
of the aftermath of a global invasion by extraterrestrials?
b. Once Upon a Time
c. Game of Thrones
d. Falling Skies
Falling Skies - The show stars Noah Wyle as Tom Mason.
On the television show "Friends", what did Phoebe once find in
a soda can?
a. A Lipstick
b. A Tooth
c. A Mouse
d. A Thumb
A Thumb - Phoebe received compensation of seven thousand dollars.
Who didn't come back as the original cast member on the "Brady
Bunch Variety Hour"?
Jan - The show aired on ABC between 1976 to 1977.
Who made his television debut in the TV special "Hill Number
a. Marlon Brando
b. Paul Newman
c. Montgomery Clift
d. James Dean
James Dean - James is buried in Park Cemetery in Fairmount, Indiana.
Which popular sitcom features roommates Leonard Hofstadter and
a. Party Down
b. The Big Bang Theory
c. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
d. How I Met Your Mother
The Big Bang Theory - The Big Bang Theory was created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady.
In what year did Johnny Carson take over NBC's "Tonight Show"?
1962 - Johnny hosted 'The Tonight Show' for thirty years.
What children's show featured a running gag involving Mr. Moose
and his ping pong balls?
a. Captain Kangaroo
b. The New Zoo Revue
c. Mr. Roger's Neighborhood
d. Romper Room
Captain Kangaroo - Captain Kangaroo aired from October 3, 1955 until December 8, 1984.
In the television series "Happy Days", what role did Linda Purl
play in the '74-'75 season?
Gloria - Linda also played Ben Matlock's daughter Charlene Matlock in season one of Matlock.
Who tried to kill Valene Ewing on "Knot's Landing"?
a. Jill Bennett
b. Lillie Mae
c. Karen Mackenzie
d. Abby Ewing
Jill Bennett - Valene Ewing was portrayed by Joan Van Ark.
On the "Beverly Hillbillies", what animal did Granny mistake
for a hog?
a. A Seal
b. A Boar
c. An Armadillo
d. A Hippopotamus
A Hippopotamus - Beverly Hillbillies was cancelled in 1971 after 274 episodes.
Who renders the voice of Jerom "Chef" McElroy on South Park?
a. Bruce Willis
b. Barry White
c. Luther Vandross
d. Isaac Hayes
Isaac Hayes - Chef's first appearance was on the episode 'Cartman Gets an Anal Probe'.
Which two regular cast members on the Star Trek series "Deep
Space Nine" were married from 1997 to 2001?
a. Nana Visitor and Alexander Siddig
b. Terry Farrell and Michael Dorn
c. Michael Dorn and Avery Brooks
d. Armin Shimmerman and Nana Visitor
Nana Visitor and Alexander Siddig - Nana Visitor played Kira Nerys and Alexander Siddig played Dr.
Who sponsored the first television commercial July 1, 1941, at
a cost of $9.00?
a. Cream of Wheat
b. Mum Deodorant
c. Lux Soap
d. Bulova Watch Company
Bulova Watch Company - On January 10, 2008, Citizen bought the Bulova Watch Company for $250 million.
As of 2000, what television show finished the season at #1 for
the most consecutive years in a row?
a. All in the Family
d. 60 Minutes
All in the Family - The show ranked number-one from 1971 to 1976 and was surpassed by American Idol,
which has currently notched eight consecutive seasons at #1.
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