Special Sub-Topic: Madness
|In "The Simpsons", season 8, where did they find their personal madness?|
Mountain of Madness. While they all sound as if they could have a place in "The Simpsons", "Bowling Madness" is a 2005 "Prank Patrol" episode, "Scooter Madness" hails from "Pocoyo"'s second season and "The Heights of Madness" is a first season "Hugh and I Spy" show.
|On to "Family Guy". There is some methodical madness in season 3, but how exactly?|
From Method to Madness. That was a nasty one, right? "Method To His Madness" is from "Medium's" season 2, "Method to Her Madness" is the last segment of a season 3 "Animaniacs" episode and the inverted "A Madness to His Method" belongs to "Matrix's" first season.
|"Magnum, P.I." can't escape the madness either. Where did he find it (season 2)?|
Tropical Madness. "Wild Dune Madness" is from season 2 of "Art Mann Presents", "Monsoon Madness" is from 1976's fourth season of "It Ain't Half Hot Mum" and "Jungle Madness" belongs to "Mr. Adams and Eve", season 2.
|Quite some people would agree that the zip code "90210" goes well with the word "madness", but what kind of madness did season 3 of that series see?|
Holiday Madness. "Full Noon Madness" is from the first season of "Madhouse", "Mobile Madness" hails from season 2 of "FarmKids" and "A Brief Madness" is from "E.N.G.'s" first year on the air.
|In a rare case of immediate madness, "The Professionals" had a mad title for their pilot episode. What was it?|
Private Madness, Public Danger. Actually, two of the others are pilot episode madnesses as well: "Let the Madness Begin" is the inaugural segment of "Mad Mad House" while "To Define True Madness" began a series aptly called just "Madness". "Computer Madness" is a close miss - it was the second episode of "Thunderbirds 2086".
|"Falcon Crest" wasn't immune to the madness either. How did it arrive to season 9 of that series?|
Madness Descending. "Descent Into Madness" is a first season "Voltron: The Third Dimension" show, "Slow Boat to Madness" is a wonderful seventh season "Quincy M.E." title and "ChuckleVision"'s season 5 proudly sports the "Minibus Madness".
|Who doesn't remember "Kojak"? In season 4, that series had a quite seasonal madness; which one?|
A Summer Madness. No madness in the fall, but "The Grove Family" found theirs in "Midsummer Madness" (season 1), "Spring Break Madness" is a season 2 "Alaska State Troopers" segment and "Winter Madness" is an offering from "30 Rock's" season 4.
|In "Highway to Heaven", season 1, the madness was quite aptly named in which way?|
A Divine Madness. "Motor Madness" is a second season "Close to Home" segment, "Incident on the Edge of Madness" belongs to "Rawhide"'s first season and "That Way Madness Lies" is a third season offering from "Slings and Arrows".
|Usually the onset of madness is quite swift, appearing in the first two seasons of a series. The documentary series "Nova" however broke that trend by having a madness episode in its thirty-fourth season. What was its title?|
Wings of Madness. "A Brilliant Madness" ("The American Experience", season 14) comes a distant second while "A Place for Madness" takes third as a twelfth season "Frontline" episode. "Tennis Madness" takes a rather different record - it is the highest overall mad episode number, being the 914th installment of "Saturday Disney".
|This time, I won't ask you the title of the episode because it would be too simple. It's just "Madness". Which of these series DID NOT have an episode of that title?|
Doctor Who. Doctor Who, in spite of occasionally appearing quite mad, never suffered from madness in the title. "Dynasty" and "Prisoners of Gravity" both had a third season episode of that name and "Conviction's" first season also sported a plain "Madness" in its episode list.
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