Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
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|What is the name of the actress who played Dr. Quinn on the show 'Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman'?||T.V. Grab Bag-o-Fun!
Robert Guillaume. 'Benson' was about a butler working at the Governer's Mansion in California. Benson seemed to be the only sane one in the house.
Actress. Why did Ginger wear an evening gown on a three-hour tour?
Minneapolis. Mary Richards worked at a news station in Minneapolis.
Allie. 'Kate and Allie' was a eighties sit-com about two divorced women with children moving in together.
Spot. The pet dragon's name was Spot, and it lived under the staircase in the house.
Australia. Yep, season two of 'Survivor' is shot in the Outback of Australia.
Arthur. Arthur is Fonzie's first name. Mr. and Mrs. C call him that several times during the span of 'Happy Days'.
Photographer. Great show about two total opposites who move in together after both get divorced.
Rhoda. Yep, Rhoda, who was played by Valerie Harper.
'Square Pegs'. Sarah played a nerdy teenager in the teen sitcom.
Alice. 'Well, kiss my grits!' was a famous saying from one of the characters, Flo. The name of the diner in 'Alice' was Mel's Diner.
|'Grace under ____' was a show based on a single divorced mother raising three kids. What word fills the blank?||T.V. Grab Bag-o-Fun 4!
Jeff Probst. Jeff Probst is the official torch snuffer on 'Survivor'.
'Big Apple'. Ed O'Neill is most famous for playing Al Bundy on 'Married with Children'.
Malcolm. 'Malcolm in the Middle' is a hit tv show based on a very dysfunctional and strange family.
Woody. Woody was an Indiana farm boy who came to the show after the character 'Coach' died.