Can you guess the Christmas song from just a single word in the lyrics?
From "figgy" to "foggy"!
Can you spot the TV stars in these crowd shots?
It's like Where's Waldo, but with your favorite classic TV characters!
Can you guess which classic shows originally aired after these other hits?
After hanging with The Fonz, did you stick around for Mork or Laverne?
Pick: Which of these extinct restaurant chains would you bring back?
Will you reheat a burger joint or a steakhouse?
Pick: What words do you associate with TV shows?
We give you a word. You tell us what TV show comes to mind.
Can you recognize all these classic TV mothers-in-law?
Match these mothers-in-law to the correct character!
How popular are your Thanksgiving opinions?
Is it called "stuffing" or "dressing"?
Can you name the TV show by its baseball episode?
Hey, batter, batter, batter…
Did Mel Blanc voice this character?
From Merrie Melodies to Hanna-Barbera, did we hear Blanc in these cartoons?
Do you know who said these famous '60s catchphrases?
Jinkies! These catchphrases should sound familiar!
Was this a No. 1 country song or No. 1 disco song in 1979?
Boogie on, little doggies.
Can you remember if this was a No. 1 hit song in 1960, 1970 or 1980?
Try not to cry "Tears of a Clown."
Who said these famous '70s TV catchphrases?
If you think you know who said what, then you can ''come on down!''
Sorry, Millennials, only Boomers will be able to recognize these 11 objects
What the heck is that gizmo?
Do you know how these TV characters got their nicknames?
Remember why they are called Hawkeye, Radar and Bones?
Is this quote from a TV western or a superhero show?
Which quotes came from the gunslingers and which came from the superheroes?
Did these classic TV sitcoms film in front of a live studio audience?
It's a tough quiz, but it's good for a laugh!
Can you tell if these 1979 TV flops were sitcoms or dramas?
Try to guess from the title and promo photo!