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  Fictional Organizations on TV    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
We all remember many of those evil-sounding organizations, but can you recall who they fought against, or in which TV series?
Tough, 10 Qns, EnglishJedi, Dec 31 14
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  Military Characters on 1950s-1960s TV   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Listed are military characters from 1950s and 1960s TV shows. Match them up with the program these characters were on. All multiple choice!!
Average, 10 Qns, billfay, Jun 05 21
Jun 05 21
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  TV Lodges and Clubs    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
This quiz deals with lodges or clubs these TV characters belong to. See how many you remember. Good luck!
Difficult, 15 Qns, musicworks, Aug 27 19
Aug 27 19
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Organizations Trivia Questions

1. What is the name of the Earth Alliance secret police in the US 'space opera' TV series "Babylon 5"?

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Fictional Organizations on TV

Answer: The Nightwatch

"The Nightwatch" was a paramilitary organization set up during Morgan Clark's Presidency and, like the Gestapo of Nazi Germany, became the secret police organization of Clark's New Order. Of the alternatives, 'Galactic Patrol' is the police force in E.E.Smith's 'Lensman' sci-fi novels; "Blue Lantern Corps" and "Department of Extranormal Operations" both appear in DC Comics.

2. On "The Honeymooners", what lodge did Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton belong to?

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: The Raccoons

"The Honeymooners" starred Jackie Gleason and Art Carney.

3. Which 1960s TV superhero battled against the Mysterons?

From Quiz Fictional Organizations on TV

Answer: Captain Scarlet

Created by Gerry & Sylvia Anderson (who were also responsible for 'Thunderbirds'), the British TV series "Captain Scarlet & the Mysterons" was set in the year 2068. The series follows the ongoing battle between the forces of Earth and a Martian race called the Mysterons.

4. On "Good Times", what club did janitor Nathan "Buffalobutt" Bookman belong to?

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: The Jolly Janitors Club

Johnny Brown played the part of Bookman.

5. Col. Hall and Sgt. Ritzik

From Quiz Military Characters on 1950s-1960s TV

Answer: Phil Silvers Show

Played by Paul Ford and Joe E. Ross.

6. In which 1960s US TV series did the heroes battle against an organization known as 'THRUSH'?

From Quiz Fictional Organizations on TV

Answer: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Spread over 105 episodes spanning four seasons first aired between 1964 and 1968, "The Man from U.N.C.L.E' starred Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo and David McCallum as Illya Kuryakin. Although the series was developed primarily by Sam Rolfe, Ian Fleming played an important part in the conceptual stages.

7. What bigoted lodge did Archie Bunker belong to?

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: The Kings of Queens

Carroll O'Connor of course played Archie.

8. Sgt. Garcia and Col. Reyes

From Quiz Military Characters on 1950s-1960s TV

Answer: Zorro

Played by Henry Calvin and Don Diamond

9. What was the name of the 9-year old 'Most Special Agent' who worked for the 'World Intelligence Network'?

From Quiz Fictional Organizations on TV

Answer: Joe McClaine

Joe McClaine was the schoolboy who led a double life as a spy in the 1960s British TV series "Joe 90". Another series created by Gerry & Sylvia Anderson, there were only 30 episodes in a single season of "Joe 90" which were first aired in 1968 and 1969. Of the alternatives, Jerry Cornelius is a fictional secret agent who appears in the books of Michael Moorcock; John Drake was the secret agent played by Patrick McGoohan in 'Danger Man'; and Noah Bennet was 'the man in the horn-rimmed glasses' from the TV series 'Heroes'.

10. On "Mama's Family" what secret lodge did Vint Harper belong to?

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: The Mystic Order of the Cobra

Ken Berry played Mama's boy Vinton Harper.

11. Peter Wyngarde played author Jason King in the British TV series 'Department S', which was a fictional section within which real-life organization?

From Quiz Fictional Organizations on TV

Answer: Interpol

There were only 28 episodes in a single season of "Department S", first aired in 1969 and 1970, although Jason King re-emerged as the title character of a later spin-off series. Although billed as a spy-fi adventure series, "Department S", with its offices in Paris, was a section of Interpol charged with investigating international cases that other agencies had failed to solve.

12. Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble belonged to The Loyal Order of the ___________?

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: Water Buffalo

Alan Reed provided the voice for Fred and Mel Blanc provided the voice for Barney.

13. What is the name of the fictional government agency that employs Maxwell Smart and Agent 99 in the 1960s US TV series "Get Smart"?

From Quiz Fictional Organizations on TV


Created by Mel Brooks, "Get Smart" ran for five seasons and 138 episodes from 1965 until 1970. The heroes work for a secret government counter-intelligence unit called 'CONTROL'. Their nemesis throughout the show is the Romanian-based 'KAOS' -- an "international organization of evil". Neither are actually acronyms. Of the alternatives, "C.O.B.R.A." (Criminal Organization of Bloodiness, Revenge and Assassination) is a terrorist organization from the "G.I. Joe" series; "W.A.S.P." (World Aquanaut Security Patrol) is from "Stingray"; and "F.L.A.G." (Foundation for Law And Government) is from "Knight Rider".

14. Al Bundy and his buddies belonged to _____________ and met in his garage.

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: NO MA'AM & no maam

Al was President and Jefferson was Treasurer.

15. In which TV series do the heroes work for "C.T.U."?

From Quiz Fictional Organizations on TV

Answer: 24

Spanning eight seasons and 192 episodes aired between 2001 and 2010, "24" is the longest-running of all espionage-based TV series. The series followed the exploits of Jack Bauer (played by Keifer Sutherland) and other agents of "C.T.U." (Counter Terrorism Unit) as they battle the forces of evil.

16. Although they didn't join, what club did Andy Taylor and Barney Fife get invited to?

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: The Esquire Club

The Esquire Club wanted Andy, but didn't want Barney. The Tomahawks and The Wildcats were clubs Opie belonged to.

17. In the 'Star Trek' universe, "Tal Shiar" is the secret police and intelligence agency for which race?

From Quiz Fictional Organizations on TV

Answer: Romulan

The Romulans made their 'Star Trek' debut back in 1966 and have appeared regularly ever since. Whether actually at war with the "Federation of Planets" or in a state of uneasy truce, the Romulans are inevitably depicted as antagonists whenever they appear. Of the alternatives, the Cardassian intelligence agency is the "Obsidian Order" and the Vulcan intelligence & security service is the "V'Shar". The nearest Ferengi equivalent is the "Board of Liquidators".

18. What Lodge was Howard Cunningham on "Happy Days" a member of?

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: The Leopard Lodge

In one episode Howard was made head of the lodge.

19. Which TV secret agent worked as a troubleshooter for the fictional Phoenix Foundation in Los Angeles and had a boss who was an operative for "DXS"?

From Quiz Fictional Organizations on TV

Answer: MacGyver

Educated as a scientist with a background in bomb disposal, Angus MacGyver (played by Richard Dean Anderson) graced our screens for 139 episodes over seven seasons between 1985 and 1992. MacGyver's boss and best friend, Dana Elcar (played by Pete Thornton) is an operative at "DXS" (the Department of External Services).

20. On "I Love Lucy" what club did Lucy and Ethel once compete against each other for Presidency?

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: Wednesday Afternoon Fine Arts League

A very funny episode. The wheeling and dealing that went on.

21. The Dharma Initiative is a fictional research project that featured in which 21st-Century US TV drama series?

From Quiz Fictional Organizations on TV

Answer: Lost

The acronym "DHARMA" stands for the 'Department of Heuristics and Research on Material Applications'. The multi-award winning TV series "Lost" ran for six seasons and 121 episodes between 2004 and 2010, and while essentially an adventure/drama series there were also sci-fi and supernatural elements.

22. What club did Officers Toody and Muldoon on "Car 54 Where Are You" belong to?

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: The Brotherhood Club

Joe E. Lewis played Toody, and Fred Gwynne played Muldoon.

23. Sgt. O'Rourke and Cpl. Agarn

From Quiz Military Characters on 1950s-1960s TV

Answer: F Troop

These parts were played by Forrest Tucker and Larry Storch.

24. The Superintendant Dwayne Schneider, on "One Day at a Time" belonged to The Secret Order of The ___________________.

From Quiz TV Lodges and Clubs

Answer: Beavers

Pat Harrington Jr. portrayed Schneider.

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