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What 250-pound star of Hairspray shed half her weight to host a TV talk show? A: Ricki Lake. 2. What Mayberry resident once hijacked a bull when he'd had too much to drink? A: Otis Campbell. 3. What four-word TV slogan did Sting add to the Dire Straits hit Money for Nothing? A: "I want my MTV". 4. What Mary Tyler Moore Show character's blue blazer made it into the Smithsonian? A: Ted Baxter's. 5. Who was a cheerleader for the San Francisco 49ers before she became TV's Lois Lane? A: Teri Hatcher. 6. What was Redd Foxx's last name before show business beckoned? A: Sanford. 7. Who's been Saturday Night Live's most frequent host? A :Steve Martin. 8. What town did Howdy Doody live in? A: Doodyville. 9. What sitcom star advised: "It's okay to be fat. So you're fat. Just be fat and shut up about it"? A: Roseanne. 10. What Richard Chamberlain vehicle is second onlyl to Roots in total viewers for a miniseries? A: The Thorn Birds. 11. What media award was derived from the slang term for the 1945 "image orthicon tube"? A: The Emmy. 12. What TV cop badgered unwitting suspects with the line, "Just one more thing..."? A: Columbo. 13. What late night talk show host asks viewers to "sit back and fire up the colortinis"? A: Tom Snyder. 14. What happy homemaker chirps on TV: "It's a good thing"? A: Martha Stewart. 15. Which two Saturday Night Live characters broadcast from an Aurora, Illinois basement? A: Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar. 16. What's the "dimension of imagination," according to the host of a classic TV series? A: The Twilight Zone. 17. What TV star did 500,000 people show up to watch sing at the Berlin Wall? A: David Hasselhoff.
18. What quiz show champ of the 1950s received 500 marriage proposals and helped increase sales of Geritol by 40 percent? A: Charles Van Doren. 19. What sitcom's scripts were penned with the help of an Army handbook and map of Korea? A :M*A*S*H 20. Who died last--Desi Arnaz, Lucille Ball, William Frawley or Vivian Vance? A: Lucille Ball. 21. What future talk show host could have played the lead in The Graduate if he hadn't argued with producers over his salary? A: Charles Grodin. 22. What two cartoon mice attempt every night to take over the world from their cages in Acme Labs? A: Pinky and the Brain. 23. What long-lasting NBC show ws originally titled The Rise and Shine Revue? A: Today. 24. Who was the first feline featured on Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous? A: Morris the Cat. 25. What TV role was John Astin offered under the condition he grow a mustache? A: Gomez Addams. 26. Who appeared in Return of the Killer Tomatoes before he landed a role on ER? A: George Clooney. 27. What Seinfeld character takes off his shirt durig visits to the toilet? A :George Costanza. 28. What sitcom features a deadpan pooch named Eddie, played by a dog named Moose? A: Frasier. 29. What was the only TV show of the 1970s to have its theme top Billboard's Hot 100? A: Welcome Back, Kotter. 30. What did Walter Lantz create after a bird hammered nonstop on the roof of his honeymoon cottage? A: Woody Woodpecker. 31. Who was still alive, but unable to keep his engagement at the London Palladium on his hundredth birthday? A: George Burns. 32. What man wore a dress while hosting a TV talk show on transvestites in 2988? A: Phil Donahue. 33. What does Jay Leno fine-tune with Jimmy Brogan for six to seven hours daily? A: His monologue. 34. What gabber celebrated his 10th year on CNN in 1995? A: Larry King. 35. What Ryan's Hope star became the first woman to captain a Star Trek TV series? A: Kate Mulgrew. 36. What was the first U.S. sitcom to be exported to Britain? A: I Love Lucy.
37. What Latino sitcom character hated that his mother-in-law always called him "Mickey"? A: Ricky Ricardo. 38. What variety host ended a show with: "Next week, the Beatles and the Pieta"? A: Ed Sullivan. 39. What does MTV call its interpretation of The Dating Game? A: Singled Out. 40. Who's Murphy Brown's favorite soul singer? A: Aretha Franklin. 41. Whose bill from the Happy hour Bar arrived at the WJM-TV newsroom on the 15th of the month? A: Lou Grant's. 42. What dreadlocked Muppet musician followed Kermit's lead as host of 1996's The Muppets Tonight? A: Clifford. 43. What TV cartoon character wrote on his school chalkboard. "I will not aim at the head" and "My name is not Dr. Death"? A: Bart Simpson. 44. What's Fran's last name on The Nanny? A: Fine. 45. What Melrose Place principal divorced a Motley Crue drummer and married a Bon Jovi guitarist? A: Heather Locklear. 46. What animated character often uttered: "Get moose and squirrel"? A: Boris Badenov. 47. What Saturday Night Live star said he learned how to fall playing soccer in college? A: Chevy Chase. 48. What did Baywatch beauty Pamela Anderson wear to her Cancun wedding? A: A bikini. 49. What 1980s Steven Bochco show won 26 Emmy Awards? A: Hill Street Blues. 50. Who does Speedy Gonzales frustrate in the cartoon Moby Duck? A: Daffy Duck. 51. Who was the first male correspondent on 60 minutes to wear an earring on the air? A: Ed Bradley. 52. What 60 minutes correspondent was asked on The Howard Stern Show: "How could a man your age still have pimples"? A: Mike Wallace. 53. What's the maximum number of answers on a single Jeopardy! show? A: Sixty-one. 54. What TV game show hit it big the third time around in 1984? A: Jeopardy!
55. What cat and mouse launched a cartooning career for William Hanna and Joseph Barbera? A: Tom and Jerry. 56. What sitcom centers around a team of Screaming Eagles? A: Coach. 57. What reformed con artist shared a detective agency with Laura Holt? A: Remington Steele. 58. What are women contestants called on the game show Studs? A: Studettes. 59. What TV show lost Jim Carrey when he stepped into the movies? A: In Living Color. 60. Who plays a paleontologist on Friends? A: David Schwimmer. 61. What aging pop icon forgot the lyrics to We Can Work It Out on MTV Unplugged? A: Paul McCartney. 62. What segment of the TV industry receives ACE Awards? A: Cable. 63. What classic quiz show was originally titled Occupation Unknown? A: What's My Line? 64. What 1966 TV show theme by Lalo Schifrin made a comeback in a 1996 blockbuster move? A: Mission: Impossible. 65. What's CNBC short for? A: Consumer News and Business Channel. 66. How many fingers does Homer Simpson have? A: Eight. 67. What sitcom character moved from a Boston barstool to a Seattle radio station? A: Dr. Frasier Crane. 68. What Saturday Night Live cast member played Kap'n Karl on Pee-wee's Playhouse? A: Phil Hartman. 69. What M*A*S*H principal won Emmys for acting, writing and directing? A: Alan Alda. 70. What cable network drew twice its usual audience for a show called The Wonderful World of Dung? A: The Discovery Channel. 71. What TV host went gold with the CD Romantic Christmas? A: John Tesh. 72. What sitcom spawned the hit song I'll Be There For You? A: Friends. 73. What MTV twosome are known as "The Bad Boys" in Mexico? A: Beavis and Butt head. 74. What Indianapolis weatherman of the 1970s once forecast hail "the size of canned hams"? A: David Letterman.
75. What kid's show's interracial cast needed riot police protection during a 1969 trip to Mississippi? A: Sesame Street's. 76. What gritty 1990's TV drama series is subtitled Life on the Street? A: Homicide. 77. What entertainer's wedding prompted NBC to order 10,000 tulips from Holland? A: Tiny Tim's. 78. What sitcom helped John Larroquette earn three straight supporting actor Emmy Awards? A: Night Court. 79. Who once observed: "This is America. You can't make a horse testify against himself"? A: Mr. Ed. 80. What Marx Brother's name spelled backwards is the name of a daytime talk show host? A: Harpo's. 81. 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. 82. What TV star said of his worldwide fame: "I didn't know I could top Knight Rider"? A: David Hasselhoff. 83. What sitcom was among the top 20 most watched shows every season during its entire run, form 1984 to 1992? A: The Cosby Show. 84. Who inherited Tom Snyder's CNBC talk-show slot in 1995? A: Charles Grodin. 85. What was the fist sitcom to be broadcast from videotape, in 1971? A: All in the Family. 86. What blond bombshell had a hankerin' for NYPD Blue detective Gegory Medavoy? A: Donna Abandando. 87. What animated characters are known as Smolf in Stockholm? A: The Smurfs. 88. What 1980s sitcom was credited with pulling NBC from third to first in overall ratings? A: The Cosby Show. 89. What Muppet advised: "Never eat anything at one sitting that you can't lift"? A: Miss Piggy. 90. What former TV anchorman made headlines by attending two Grateful Dead concerts? A: Walter Cronkite. 91. What animated kitty was the first cartoon character licensed for use on merchandise? A: Felix the Cat.
92. What's the "dimension of imagination, "according to the host of a classic TV series? A: The Twilight Zone. 93. Who appeared in Return of the Killer Tomatoes before he landed a role on ER? A: George Clooney.
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