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90s TV Show Trivia Questions and Answers

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90s TV Show Trivia Questions and Answers

What TV show lost Jim Carrey when he stepped into the movies?
A: In Living Color.

Who plays a paleontologist on Friends?
A: David Schwimmer.

What aging pop icon forgot the lyrics to We Can Work It Out on MTV Unplugged?
A: Paul McCartney.

What segment of the TV industry receives ACE Awards?
A: Cable.

What classic quiz show was originally titled Occupation Unknown?
A: What's My Line?

What 1966 TV show theme by Lalo Schifrin made a comeback in a 1996 blockbuster move?
A: Mission: Impossible.


What's CNBC short for?
A: Consumer News and Business Channel.

How many fingers does Homer Simpson have?
A: Eight.

What sitcom character moved from a Boston barstool to a Seattle radio station?
A: Dr. Frasier Crane.

What Saturday Night Live cast member played Kap'n Karl on Pee-wee's Playhouse?
A: Phil Hartman.

What M*A*S*H principal won Emmys for acting, writing and directing?
A: Alan Alda.

What cable network drew twice its usual audience for a show called The Wonderful World of Dung?
A: The Discovery Channel.


What TV host went gold with the CD Romantic Christmas?
A: John Tesh.

What sitcom spawned the hit song I'll Be There For You?
A: Friends.

What MTV twosome are known as "The Bad Boys" in Mexico?
A: Beavis and Butt head.

What Indianapolis weatherman of the 1970s once forecast hail "the size of canned hams"?
A: David Letterman.

What kid's show's interracial cast needed riot police protection during a 1969 trip to Mississippi?
A: Sesame Street's.

What gritty 1990's TV drama series is subtitled Life on the Street?
A: Homicide.


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

What sitcom helped John Larroquette earn three straight supporting actor Emmy Awards?
A: Night Court.

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

What Marx Brother's name spelled backwards is the name of a daytime talk show host?
A: Harpo's.

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

What TV star said of his worldwide fame: "I didn't know I could top Knight Rider"?
A: David Hasselhoff.


What sitcom was among the top 20 most watched shows every season during its entire run, form 1984 to 1992?
A: The Cosby Show.

Who inherited Tom Snyder's CNBC talk-show slot in 1995?
A: Charles Grodin.

What was the fist sitcom to be broadcast from videotape, in 1971?
A: All in the Family.

What blond bombshell had a hankerin' for NYPD Blue detective Gegory Medavoy?
A: Donna Abandando.

What animated characters are known as Smolf in Stockholm?
A: The Smurfs.

What 1980s sitcom was credited with pulling NBC from third to first in overall ratings?
A: The Cosby Show.


What Muppet advised: "Never eat anything at one sitting that you can't lift"?
A: Miss Piggy.

What former TV anchorman made headlines by attending two Grateful Dead concerts?
A: Walter Cronkite.

What animated kitty was the first cartoon character licensed for use on merchandise?
A: Felix the Cat.

What's the "dimension of imagination, "according to the host of a classic TV series?
A: The Twilight Zone.

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




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