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TV Catchphrases

written by: cdia1960
 
I will give you the TV catchphrase and a little information about the character who said it.

Question 1:


This TV cartoon character used the catchphrase "HEY HEY HEY" starting in 1972.
Underdog
Scooby Doo
Archie Andrews
Fat Albert

Question 2:


"Danger, Will Robinson" was heard each week on this science fiction show back in 1965.
Lost in Space
Johnny Quest
Mannix
It's About Time

Question 3:


This show, set in Chicago, featured a character who used the catchphrase "Dyn-o-mite".
Barnaby Jones
Good Times
The Dick Van Dyke Show
The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Question 4:


"God'll get you for that" was the catchphrase of Edith Bunker's cousin who appeared on which of these shows?
The Waltons
The Jackie Gleason Show
Maude
Columbo

Question 5:


"Is that your final answer" was said in each episode by the host of what game show?
The Wheel Of Fortune
Match Game P.M.
Jeopardy
Who Wants To Be Millionaire

Question 6:


The one-word catchphrase "Stifle!" was addressed to Edith Bunker weekly on what TV show?
The X-Files
Mannix
Good Times
All in the Family

Question 7:


"Baby, you're the greatest" could be heard from a New York bus driver on what show?
The Honeymooners
The A-Team
Bonanza
Gunsmoke

Question 8:


The catchphrase "Good night, John Boy" could be heard at the end of each episode of this family show.
The Honeymooners
Sanford and Son
Leave it to Beaver
The Waltons

Question 9:


At the end of most episodes of this show, Steve McGarrett would say "Book 'em Danno".
Mannix
Barney Miller
Hawaii Five - 0
The Andy Griffith Show

Question 10:


"Come on down" is a catchphrase heard on this game show hosted by Bob Barker.
Blockbusters
Lingo
Super Password
The Price Is Right

 


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