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1 In the 1990-1991 season as well as the 1991-1992 season this TV show was first in the line up of "Must See TV". The parents were a doctor and a lawyer and they had five children. What show was this?
Answer: The Cosby Show

Cliff Huxtable (played by Bill Cosby) was a doctor, an OBGYN to be specific. His wife Clair (played by Phylicia Rashâd) was a lawyer. They had five children. In order from oldest to youngest they were: Sondra (played by Sabrina Le Beauf), Denise (played by Lisa Bonet), Theo (played by Malcolm Jamal-Warner), Vanessa (played by Tempestt Bledsoe) and Rudy (played by Keshia Knight Pulliam). The show is about the lives and antics of this family.
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2 This quiz's title is a play on the title of a classic '90s series, "Are You Afraid of the Dark?". This show featured a group of teenagers who told each other horror stories. What did they call their group?
Answer: The Midnight Society

Considered a Nickelodeon classic, the original "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" actually originated in Canada on YTV in 1990 (and ran until 1996), and aired in the US on Nickelodeon from 1992 to 1996. Repeats were shown on YTV, Family Channel and various Nick stations (such as SNICK and TEENick) for many years after the original run. A short-lived revival series ran from 1999-2000.

On the show, The Midnight Society gathered in the woods around a campfire to tell each other "Twilight-Zone"-esque stories, involving ghosts, curses, aliens, vampires and more. While the story was being told, the audience saw it acted out on their TV screens. Joanna Garcia, who later played the oldest daughter on the sitcom "Reba", and Rachel Blanchard, known for starring in the TV adaptation of "Clueless", played two of the Midnight Society members in the show's original run.
  From Quiz: Were You Afraid of the Dark?
3 Which series from the Carsey-Werner Production Company ran from 1988-1997 and told the story of the Conner family?
Answer: Roseanne

"Roseanne" was created by Roseanne Barr and Matt Williams and aired nine seasons and a total of 222 episodes before finally coming to an end on May 21, 1997. The series stars Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, and Sara Gilbert. The series follows the fictional life of a dysfunctional lower-class family living in the fictional city of Lanford, Illinois.
    Your options: [ Roseanne ] [ Cheers ] [ Dan ] [ Lanford ]
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4 1990: The February 17th episode of "Saturday Night Live" featured the now famous Aerosmith appearance on 'Wayne's World.' What did Wayne and Garth say when Steven Tyler and the rest of the band came into the basement?
Answer: We're not worthy!

The Wayne's World/Aerosmith skit was voted the #1 bit from 'SNL' on the E! Entertainment Television show "Saturday Night Live: 101 Most Unforgettable Moments." Tom Hanks played Wayne's cousin who was a roadie for the group.
  From Quiz: They Said It in the 90s
5 Which popular comedy series debuted in the 1990's and ran for the longest number of television seasons?
Answer: Friends

"Friends" debuted in 1994, and ran for TEN seasons.

"The King of Queens" ran for NINE seasons, starting in 1998.

Starting in 1990, "Seinfeld" ran for NINE seasons.

"Everybody Loves Raymond" ran for NINE seasons, from 1996 until 2005.
    Your options: [ The King of Queens ] [ Everybody Loves Raymond ] [ Seinfeld ] [ Friends ]
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6 This show mainly centered around lawyers. Some of the names of the characters were Stuart Markowitz, Jonathan Rollins and Victor Sifuentes.
Answer: L.A. Law

"L.A. Law" (1986-1994) was a show about lawyers in the city of Los Angeles. Other characters were Arnie Becker and Grace Van Owen.

"Spenser: For Hire" (1985-1988) was a show starring the late Robert Urich who was a private investigator in Boston. "Moonlighting" (1985-1989) starred Bruce Willis and Cybill Sheppard. They were private detectives. "Remington Steele" (1982-1987)starred the gorgeous Pierce Brosnan and Stephanie Zimbalist. They were also private detectives. These shows did not have any new episodes in the 1990's.
    Your options: [ Spenser: For Hire ] [ L.A. Law ] [ Moonlighting ] [ Remington Steele ]
  From Quiz: What Show Was That?
7 I'm one of Eddie Winslow's best friend. You can often here me say "No problem Bob." Who am I?
Answer: Waldo

Waldo eventually dated Max, Laura's best friend. This is from "Family Matters."
  From Quiz: Who Am I?
8 Who provided the voice for the super-smart lab mouse Brain on the WB animated series "Pinky and the Brain" from 1995 to 1998?
Answer: Maurice LaMarche

A native of Toronto, Maurice LaMarche has lent his voice talents to numerous animated programs, including "The Real Ghostbusters", "Dexter's Laboratory" and "Inspector Gadget". He teamed up with Rob Paulsen to voice the lab mice who tried to take over the world in the series.
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9 Conrad Bain starred on what show in the 1970's and early 80's?
Answer: 'Diff'rent Strokes'
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10 In 1990-1991 in the 8:30 slot was a show that was a spin-off of another show. Originally the plan was to have the show centered around the character of Denise. However, the actress' image was one that Bill Cosby did not want represented on a show he produced. Therefore, the show became centered on a woman named Whitley Gilbert. What show was this?
Answer: A Different World

"A Different World" starred Jasmine Guy as Whitley. Originally a spin-off of "The Cosby Show" it was about Denise Huxtable's transition from life at home to life at Hillman College. Eventually Denise was written out of the show and it became focused on Whitley and her on-again off-again relationship with Dwayne (played by Kadeem Hardison).
  From Quiz: "Must See TV" The 1990s
11 Which show featured a young Larisa Oleynik as a teen girl who had the power to change into a liquid puddle?
Answer: The Secret World of Alex Mack

"The Secret World of Alex Mack", an original Nickelodeon series, aired from 1994 to 1998. At the start of the series, young Alex Mack was involved in an incident with a special chemical that gave her superpowers. In addition to changing into liquid form, she also had some telekinesis and could shoot electric bolts from her fingertips. Keeping these powers a secret from her parents and everyone else (except her sister and her best friend) was the main theme of the series.

Larisa Oleynik, who starred as Alex, is also known for a recurring role on "3rd Rock from the Sun", on which she played Tommy's girlfriend Alyssa, and a starring role in the 1999 movie "10 Things I Hate About You". "Alex Mack" also featured a young Jessica Alba in a recurring role, as Alex's rival at school.
    Your options: [ Sabrina the Teenage Witch ] [ Odd Man Out ] [ Teen Angel ] [ The Secret World of Alex Mack ]
  From Quiz: Were You Afraid of the Dark?
12 Which of these was not the name of a character on the television series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"?
Answer: Evelyn Ryan

Evelyn Ryan is the name of Jen Lindley's grandmother on the television series "Dawson's Creek." "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" tells the story of "The Chosen One" Buffy Summers who has been selected to rid the world of the forces of evil that have begun to take over. Buffy, with the help of her friends, Willow, Xander, Cordelia, and her Watcher Rupert Giles, fought vampires, werewolves, and demons for a total of 144 episodes from 1997-2003.
    Your options: [ Evelyn Ryan ] [ Xander Harris ] [ Rupert Giles ] [ Willow Rosenberg ]
  From Quiz: Television Shows of the 1990s
13 1991: Yet another word/phrase that owes its existence to "Wayne's World" is one that indicates Wayne and Garth are 'interested' in a girl. It was used several times in the 1991 dream sequence skit in which Wayne makes out with Madonna. Which is it?
Answer: Schwing!

The Top Ten Schwing inducers were Madonna, Kim Basinger, Garth's Mom, Heather Locklear, Irene Ryan (Granny from 'The Beverly Hillbillies'), Farrah Fawcett, Betty Rubble, Josephine Baker, Elle McPherson and Julia Roberts. Madonna appeared in the dream sequence as part of promotion for her "Truth or Dare" tour.
    Your options: [ Babe-o-licious! ] [ Schwing! ] [ Party on, Garth! ] [ Viagra! ]
  From Quiz: They Said It in the 90s
14 The 1995 comedy series "In The House" ran for five seasons debuting on the NBC Television Network. Who co-starred in this series?
Answer: Alfonso Ribeiro

Ribeiro, who played the character or Dr. Maxwell Stanton co-starred on the series with rapper L.L. Cool J.

The series earned Ribeiro an "Image Award" in 1998, and another "Image Award" nomination in 1999 for "Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series".

Ribeiro is probably best known for his preppy character, Carlton Banks on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", starring Will Smith.

"In The House" was canceled after only one season by NBC due to low ratings. The series was picked up by the United Paramount Network (UPN) and ran for an additional four seasons.
  From Quiz: Television In The 1990's ... Remember?
15 My wife and I had many adventure filled stories to tell in our fancy New York brownstone with our five children.
Answer: The Cosby Show

"The Cosby Show" (1984-1992)starred Bill Cosby as Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable and Phylicia Rashad as Clair Huxtable. She was a laywer. The show also starred Lisa Bonet, Tempestt Bledsoe, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Sabrina Le Beauf. This show was treated many awards such as Golden Globes and Emmy's.

"Family Ties" (1982-1989) starred Meredith Baxter-Birney and Michael J. Fox. It was about an ultra conservative boy being raised by two hippy parents. "Seinfeld" (1990-1998) was a show with New York City residents but no one had a wife and five children. "Six is Enough" was not a real show but "Eight is Enough" (1977-1981) was. That show starred Dick Van Patten and dealt with a man with eight children who remarries.
    Your options: [ Family Ties ] [ The Cosby Show ] [ Seinfeld ] [ Six is Enough ]
  From Quiz: What Show Was That?
16 I was the friendly neighbor of Tim Taylor. He often came to me for advice. Who am I?
Answer: Wilson

The only part of the body you would see of Wilson was his eyes. This is from "Home Improvement."
  From Quiz: Who Am I?
17 What historic event happened on "The Price Is Right" in 1990?
Answer: Kathleen Bradley becomes a Barker Beauty.

During the 1990-91 season, model Kathleen Bradley became the first African-American model on the show since Bob Barker began hosting it in 1972. Bradley stayed on until 2000, when she and longtime model Janice Pennington were dismissed by "The Price Is Right's" new owners, FremantleMedia.
  From Quiz: TV Decade - The 1990s
18 On the hit series 'Roseanne', what is the family's last name?
Answer: Conner

'Rosanne' ran from 1988 to 1997.
  From Quiz: Television Shows of the 80's and 90's
19 This show during the 1982-1993 seasons was about an ex-baseball player, who also happened to be an alcoholic and owned a bar. The show took place mainly in the bar, and was about the lives of the workers and its main customers. What show was this?
Answer: Cheers

On "Cheers" Sam Malone (played by Ted Danson) was the ex-baseball player turned bar owner. In the first five seasons (which were during the 80s) he had a waitress named Diane (played by Shelley Long) who he had an on-again off-again romance with. His waitresses name was Carla (played by Rhea Perlman) and was a feisty little woman with a lot of anger. She hated Diane as well as hating Cliff Clavin (Played by John Ratzenberger) a mailman who spent more time in the bar than he did delivering mail. Cliff's best friend, who sat at the end of the bar was Norm (played by George Wendt). Sam also had a bartender (also in the 80s) named Ernie Pantuso better known as Coach. Sadly, Nicholas Colasanto passed away on February 12, 1985. For the rest of that season they had Coach away all the time. In the 1986 season, it was revealed that Coach had died. Woody Boyd (played by Woody Harrelson) replaced Coach as bartender. Diane and Sam were supposed to get married, but Diane left him at the altar to go write her book. The following season Rebecca Howe (played by Kirstie Alley) was introduced as the new bar manager.
  From Quiz: "Must See TV" The 1990s
20 A group of kids solved mysteries with the help of a supernatural being that they often communicated with using the pens they wore around their necks. What show does this describe?
Answer: Ghostwriter

"Ghostwriter" aired from 1992 to 1995. It featured a group of kids, mostly middle school aged with a couple of younger kids, who lived in Brooklyn, New York and solved mysteries together. They were aided by Ghostwriter, an unseen ghost who could only communicate with the kids through words and letters around them; Ghostwriter would rearrange the words and letters (for example, on a nearby sign or in kids' notebooks) to spell out messages.

When the series began, there were four main kids who were part of the Ghostwriter team: Jamal, Lenny, Alex and Gabby. Tina joined them for their second case, and a few others came and went through the rest of the series as well. One of the show's creators has said that Ghostwriter was meant to be an ancestor of Jamal's, a former slave who placed great importance on reading and writing. Fun fact: Samuel L. Jackson appeared in a few first season episodes as Jamal's father. He really has been in everything.
  From Quiz: Were You Afraid of the Dark?
21 Which police drama starring Dennis Franz and David Caruso began its remarkable twelve season run in September of 1993?
Answer: NYPD Blue

The series featured the story of New York City detectives Andy Sipowicz and John Kelly. Sipowicz's behavior drives Kelly crazy, but Kelly tries to endure it, because the two are partners on the force. "NYPD Blue" ended in 2005 after twelve seasons and 261 episodes.
    Your options: [ NYPD Blue ] [ Hill Street Blues ] [ LA Law ] [ Law and Order ]
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22 1992: 'The Larry Sanders Show' starring Garry Shandling made its debut this season on HBO. What was the famous catchphrase uttered by his sidekick, Hank Kingsley?
Answer: Hey now!

"The Larry Sanders Show" was a farcical behind the scenes take on late night talk shows starring Garry Shandling, Jeffrey Tambor (Kingsley), Rip Torn, Janeane Garafolo and Wallace Langham. It was a favorite for cameo appearances by Hollywood A-listers like Robin Williams, Ellen DeGeneres, David Letterman and Jerry Seinfeld.
  From Quiz: They Said It in the 90s
23 During the decade of the 1990's, which television network ended the seasons with the most number of #1 rated programs, according to the Nielsen Ratings?
Answer: NBC

NBC series ended in the #1 position for seven seasons with top rated shows;
"The Cosby Show" in 1990, "Cheers" in 1991, "Seinfeld" in 1995, "ER" in 1996 and 1997,"Seinfeld again in 1998, and with "ER" returning to the top spot in 1999.

CBS held the top position for three consecutive seasons, with "60 Minutes" in 1992, 1993, and 1994.

The ABC series "Roseanne" tied for the top position in 1990 with "The Cosby Show".
    Your options: [ CBS ] [ FOX ] [ ABC ] [ NBC ]
  From Quiz: Television In The 1990's ... Remember?
24 This show followed the every day existence of George, Kramer, Elaine and Jerry.
Answer: Seinfeld

"Seinfeld" (1990-1998) was the show about nothing. It starred Jerry Seinfeld as a stand up comedian. His best friend George was played by Jason Alexander and his ex-girlfriend Elaine was played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus. His strange neighbor Kramer was played by Michael Richards.

"Moesha" (1996-2001), "Chicago Hope" (1994-2000), "Hill Street Blues" (1981-1987) did not contain characters called George, Kramer, Elaine and Jerry.
    Your options: [ Moesha ] [ Seinfeld ] [ Chicago Hope ] [ Hill Street Blues ]
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25 I am the friend who is the neat freak. I am also a professional chef. Who am I?
Answer: Monica

Monica was also Ross' sister. This is from "Friends."
  From Quiz: Who Am I?
26 On the WB sitcom "Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher", the school that Nick Freno taught at was named for which President?
Answer: Gerald R. Ford

Actor Mitch Mullany played Nick Freno, a struggling actor who turned to teaching to supplement his income, on the WB sitcom from 1996 until 1998. Prior to starring on "Nick Freno", Mullany appeared as White Mike on another WB series, "The Wayans Brothers".
    Your options: [ Gerald R. Ford ] [ Franklin D. Roosevelt ] [ Harry S. Truman ] [ James A. Garfield ]
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27 Who played Charles, on 'Charles in Charge'?
Answer: Scott Baio

Scott Baio starred as Charles from 1984 and 1986-1990.
  From Quiz: Television Shows of the 80's and 90's
28 Filling the 9:30 slot in 1991-1992 and part of the 1992-1993 seasons was a show about two brothers who owned an airplane in Nantucket. What was this show?
Answer: Wings

"Wings" was about two brothers Joe (played by Tim Daly) and Brian (played by Steven Weber). Joe mainly owned the plane, but Brian was a partner and also the other pilot. They flew their plane out of Sandpiper Air. Joe's friend and later wife Helen (played by Crystal Bernard) worked as owner of a small cafe inside the airport. She also had a dream to be a cello player one day. Their mechanic, who was not very bright, but very likable was Lowell (played by Thomas Hayden-Church). The woman who did announcements for Sandpiper was Fay (played by Rebecca Schull). Their competition who was always trying to buy them out or make them fail somehow was Roy Biggins (played by David Schramm). Then there was Antonio the cab driver (played by Tony Shalhoub) who later went on to play the lead in the show "Monk".
  From Quiz: "Must See TV" The 1990s
29 Before she was Sabrina (the teenage witch), Melissa Joan Hart starred in a Nickelodeon show that explored the main character's challenges navigating through adolescence. What show was this?
Answer: Clarissa Explains It All

Melissa Joan Hart starred as Clarissa Darling in this series that originally aired from 1991 to 1994. It was a typical teen/family sitcom that chronicled Clarissa's teenage years and their accompanying problems, with a focus on more light-hearted problems. Other main characters included Clarissa's younger brother Ferguson, who was a major source of annoyance to Clarissa, and her best friend and neighbour, Sam. "Clarissa Explains It All" is considered to be the first Nick series with a female lead character and led the way for many later series featuring female main characters.

A pilot was developed for a new series after "Clarissa Explains It All" ended, called "Clarissa Now", which would have focused on Clarissa after her high school years. The pilot never aired when it was originally made in 1995 (though it did eventually) and the show was not picked up.
  From Quiz: Were You Afraid of the Dark?
30 Which 1990s television series contains a theme song with the following lyrics? "When I see their happy faces smiling back at me, I know there's no greater feeling than the love of a family."
Answer: 7th Heaven

"7th Heaven" followed the life of the Camden family. Reverend Eric Camden and his wife Annie were the parents of seven children: Matt, Mary, Lucy, Simon, Ruthie, and twins Sammy and David. The kids struggle with the normal pressures of growing up, but with their father as the minister they feel added pressure in their lives.
    Your options: [ 7th Heaven ] [ Family Matters ] [ Twin Peaks ] [ Full House ]
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31 1993: "The Truth Is Out There." Which show that premiered this year added this eerie phrase to the American lexicon?
Answer: The X-Files

Starring Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, 'The X-Files' was a FOX show about FBI agents who investigate odd, unexplained events while unseen forces work against them. Anderson won both an Emmy and Golden Globe for her portrayal of agent Dana Scully. Duchovny later won a Golden Globe for the Showtime series 'Californication.'
    Your options: [ Star Trek: The Next Generation ] [ The X-Files ] [ Sliders ] [ Stargate SG - 1 ]
  From Quiz: They Said It in the 90s
32 Which new series from the 1990's aired for more than one television season?
Answer: Trials of Rosie O'Neill

"The Trials of Rosie O'Neill" aired for two seasons (1990 and 1991) and starred Sharon Gless as the title character. Gless is probably best remembered as Christine Cagney in the long running crime drama, "Cagney and Lacey" (1982), with Tyne Daly.

The series, "Gabriel's Fire" (1990) starring actor James Earl Jones in the title role, aired for one season with 22 episodes. Even with its short run, the highly acclaimed series earned series star James Earl Jones the 1991 "Emmy Award" for "Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series", and his co-star, Madge Sinclair, with the 1991 "Emmy Award" for "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series".
Jones was also nominated for the 1991 "Golden Globe" award for "Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series - Drama", and a win (Image Award) for "Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, Mini-series, or Television Movie".

"The Flash" (1990) aired 22 episodes during its single season.

The science fiction thriller "E.A.R.T.H. Force" had the shortest run with only three episodes airing in 1990 season.
    Your options: [ Gabriel's Fire ] [ The Flash ] [ E.A.R.T.H. Force ] [ Trials of Rosie O'Neill ]
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33 On what show did the main characters used to hang out at Central Perk?
Answer: Friends

The local coffee shop in "Friends" (1994-2004)was called Central Perk. This was where Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) worked for a few seasons. This was the hang out for the group of friends, Monica, Ross, Rachel, Phoebe, Chandler and Joey. They were played by Courtney Cox-Arquette, David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc.

"Alice"(1976-1985) was a show about people who worked at Mel's Diner. "Cheers"(1982-1993) was a show where the gang hung out at a bar called Cheers. "Wings"(1990-1997) was a show about two brothers trying to run an airline in New England. They did not hang out at Central Perk.
  From Quiz: What Show Was That?
34 "Have mercy" was the catch phrase that I always said. Who am I?
Answer: Jesse

John Stamos played Uncle Jesse. This is from "Full House."
  From Quiz: Who Am I?
35 During the first season of the hit Fox series "Living Single", which NFL superstar made a cameo appearance as a delivery man?
Answer: Jerome Bettis

Though better known as a Pittsburgh Steeler, Jerome Bettis was playing for the Los Angeles Rams when he made his cameo in 1994. When he asks Khadijah James (Queen Latifah) if anyone has ever told her she looks like Queen Latifah, she accuses him of fishing for tips.
    Your options: [ Jerome Bettis ] [ Emmitt Smith ] [ Randall Cunningham ] [ Ken Harvey ]
  From Quiz: TV Decade - The 1990s
36 From 1993-1998 in the 9:00 slot was a "show about nothing". What show could this be?
Answer: Seinfeld

"Seinfeld" centered around Jerry Seinfeld (played by Jerry Seinfeld) and his three friends: George (played by Jason Alexander), Kramer (played by Michael Richards) and Elaine (played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus). In the beginning and end of each episode Jerry did some of his stand up comedy routines, which had to do with the plot of that particular episode. One of the most memorable episodes is the one with the "Soup Nazi". If one didn't order just right he would yell "No soup for you". He was played by Larry Thomas.
  From Quiz: "Must See TV" The 1990s
37 While this series was mostly live-action, it did have animated segments. These animations were meant to be cartoons drawn by main character Cody coming to life. On the show, Cody was a high school student who worked for the school's newspaper. The name of the paper was also the name of the series; what was it?
Answer: Student Bodies

"Student Bodies" was a typical high school sitcom that ran from 1997 to 1999. It followed the friendships and relationships of a group of high school kids, most of whom were involved with the school paper to some degree. Cody was a cartoonist for the newspaper. His cartoons often drew on or were continuations of real-life events happening around him at school; the animated segments were typically used to transition between scenes.

In terms of famous faces on the show, the character of Chris (Cody's more dimwitted friend) was played by Ross Hull. Before "Student Bodies", Hull played the founding member of the group on "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" but Canadian viewers would probably recognize him more for his post-"Student Bodies" career - weatherman. Ross Hull was a weather presenter on The Weather Network from 2005-2008 and has since been a weather anchor on CTV and CBC stations.
  From Quiz: Were You Afraid of the Dark?
38 Which series, running from 1987-1995 and starring Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, and John Stamos, tells the story of three men raising three young children?
Answer: Full House

Danny Tanner is the father of D.J., Stephanie, and Michelle Tanner. With the help of his best friend Joey Gladstone and his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis, he raises his three daughters after his wife Pam was killed.
    Your options: [ Full House ] [ Three's Company ] [ Boy Meets World ] [ My Three Sons ]
  From Quiz: Television Shows of the 1990s
39 1994: The uber-successful NBC sitcom "Friends" first hit the airwaves this fall and "The Rachel" soon became a phenomenon. What was it?
Answer: A haircut

The famous haircut with its layers and blunt cut ends was created by hair stylist Chris McMillan for his long-time client Jennfier Aniston, who, of course was Rachel.

One of the most notable phrases to stick from 'Friends' was "How YOU doin?" uttered by Matt LeBlanc as Joey Tribiani.
  From Quiz: They Said It in the 90s
40 What was the name of the show that starred Dipsy, La La, Po and Tinky Winky?
Answer: Teletubbies

The "Teletubbies" (1997-2001) was a show from the United Kingdom. The characters were actually life size people inside costumes. They would run around like little children, jumping and falling. They also could watch real children on the screen in their stomach which served as a television.

"Fraggle Rock" (1983-1987) had no new shows in the 1990's. "Mr. Dressup" (1967-1996) and "The Friendly Giant" (1958-1985) did not feature Dipsy, La La, Po and Tinky Winky.
  From Quiz: What Show Was That?
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