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  Infamous Television Catch Phrases   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Some phrases have been immortalized by television. Say it and everyone knows where it comes from. I will give the saying, match it to who said it (real person or fictional character) and the show.
Easier, 15 Qns, iznibs, Feb 22 23
Feb 22 23
9460 plays
  TV Taglines   top quiz  
Match Quiz
 15 Qns
Match the quote with the character or person who says it.
Easier, 15 Qns, nyirene330, May 10 17
1271 plays
  TV Catch Phrases from A to Z   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 25 Qns
So many characters can be identified just by their catch phrases. In this quiz you will try to connect the catch phrases with either the character or the show.
Average, 25 Qns, classictvnut, Jun 04 10
5152 plays
The End
  The End!    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Can you identify the series by the final line spoken in the last episode?
Easier, 10 Qns, Shadowmyst2004, Jan 07 17
894 plays
  Easy as Pie TV Lines   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Some character lines from popular TV shows have become part of American lore. Can you recognize the characters and shows from these lines?
Very Easy, 10 Qns, shvdotr, Sep 19 19
Very Easy
shvdotr gold member
Sep 19 19
3760 plays
  I Don't Have to Talk Much!   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
These characters didn't say much, but you knew who they were anyhow. Can you name the characters that have their "trademark" sayings? Have fun and good luck!
Easier, 10 Qns, linkan, Aug 15 20
linkan gold member
Aug 15 20
837 plays
  TV Catch Phrases   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Match the catchphrase to the TV show in which it was used.
Easier, 10 Qns, debodun, May 29 17
1014 plays
  Express Yourself   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Television characters have come up with many unique catchphrases to express themselves. Do you remember some of these memorable ones?
Easier, 10 Qns, zorba_scank, Dec 31 14
zorba_scank gold member
1135 plays
  Classic TV Signoffs   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I recently heard again the phrase "Smile, you're on Candid Camera!" and I got the idea to write a quiz on TV sign-offs. All are American TV shows.
Average, 10 Qns, matho_77, Aug 17 09
matho_77 gold member
2878 plays
  Hello, Hello, Hello    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Stereotypically these are words used by an English policeman at a crime scene. Match up some other catchphrases and quotes with their cops.
Average, 10 Qns, darksplash, Oct 21 16
708 plays
trivia question Quick Question
"Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated" is the catch phrase heard from The Borg on what science fiction show?

From Quiz "TV Catch Phrases from A to Z"

  More Cops on TV: The Things They Said   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Following on from my earlier quiz, 'Cops on TV: Let's Be Careful Out There!', here's a look at a few of the catchphrases and words of wisdom from some of my favourite TV detectives. The questions are based on both British and American television series.
Average, 10 Qns, dsimpy, Dec 31 14
787 plays
  TV Catchphrases 2    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Match the phrase to the American TV show on which it would most likely be heard.
Average, 10 Qns, debodun, Dec 31 16
938 plays
  Famous Lines    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Many shows have one line in them that become so famous all we have to do is hear that line and we can name the show. I'll give you the tell me the show.
Average, 10 Qns, Ilona_Ritter, Dec 07 19
Ilona_Ritter gold member
Dec 07 19
4629 plays
  They Said It On TV    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here's a quiz on some trademark phrases uttered by some of TV's most memorable characters and personalities. Good luck and good quizzing!
Average, 10 Qns, cag1970, Mar 13 13
3725 plays
  Television's Classic Lines   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
Not all memorable lines, funny or profound, come from the silver screen. See if you can match the quote with the TV series from which it came.
Difficult, 20 Qns, Oddball, Dec 09 16
5935 plays
  Famous Catch Phrase & Quotes    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
There are many famous catch phrases and quotes on TV shows. For this quiz, I will state a phrase, and you identify the character who says it. Have fun.
Average, 15 Qns, cmannjr75, Apr 05 18
Apr 05 18
886 plays
  Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Quotes    
Match Quiz
 15 Qns
Hanna-Barbera has produced many classic cartoons and characters over the years. Many of the characters have a quote or phrase they are known for. For this quiz, match the quote with the character who says it. Have fun!
Average, 15 Qns, cmannjr75, May 07 18
May 07 18
546 plays
  The Right Cue Card    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I've gotten my cue cards mixed up. Please tell me which character or actor each card is for on these 1980s shows... and thank you ever so much in advance!
Easier, 10 Qns, bisaacs90, Apr 10 13
648 plays
  Good Night, John-Boy   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is all about famous catch phrases from popular television shows: who said them, where did they say them, which actor said it.
Average, 10 Qns, bones0123, Jun 09 11
862 plays
  What's My Line?    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
See if you can match these unforgettable lines with the show that made them famous. Have Fun!
Average, 15 Qns, Larocque533, Mar 19 17
7087 plays
  TV Show Catch Phrases- Aussie-friendly    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Can you name the TV show by the catch-phrase given? All shows have been aired extensively in Australia, though all have been seen elsewhere as well, and none of them are actually Australian-made.
Easier, 10 Qns, carolinebee999, Jan 18 18
Jan 18 18
866 plays
  Make 'Em Laugh!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I provide catch phrases from some of the best loved (or best forgotten) British comedies and comedians, you choose the programme or character - get them all right and you win - well, nothing really...
Average, 10 Qns, baldricksmum, Sep 19 19
baldricksmum gold member
Sep 19 19
1056 plays
  Whose Line Is This?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A lot of television characters have engrained their very soul into our culture. Here are a few phrases that have found their way into the English language. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to tell me who said the quote.
Average, 10 Qns, umpolo, Feb 10 05
2219 plays
  Neologisms by Rachael Ray    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Food Network personality Rachael Ray has a penchant for inventing words and using them on her television programme. How many of her coined words can you recognize?
Average, 10 Qns, FatherSteve, Dec 30 20
FatherSteve gold member
Dec 30 20
568 plays
  Who Said What on Television    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
'As Mighty Mouse said in The New Adventures Of Mighty Mouse, 'No wonder they call television a medium, it's so seldom rare or well-done.' Can you match these 'well-done' quotes to the American TV character who said it? Have fun!
Tough, 15 Qns, metoo, Jan 14 04
6721 plays
  Nick, Jeff or Kramer?    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Nick Harper ("My Family"), Jeff Murdock ("Coupling") and Kramer ("Seinfeld"), are three of the funniest TV characters ever. I'll give you a quote or a situation, you choose the correct corresponding character. Have fun!
Tough, 15 Qns, woboogie, Dec 31 14
504 plays
  TV Quotes    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
These are 10 fabulous quotes. Can you guess what TV show they came from?
Impossible, 10 Qns, srosalyn123, Jul 31 07
1411 plays
  "Dark Angel" or "Buffy The Vampire Slayer"    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Say which TV show the quotes came from or name the person or people who said it.
Tough, 10 Qns, glitter12, Jan 29 04
1104 plays
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Quotes Mixture Trivia Questions

1. "Ehhhhh" was all this character had to say in the television show, "Happy Days" for you to know he was saying "yes" or agreeing with you. Who was this character?

From Quiz
I Don't Have to Talk Much!

Answer: Fonzie

You didn't call him "Arthur", which was his first name. Only the "Fonz" or "Fonzie". The role was played by Henry Winkler. He was the cool guy on the motorcycle, with the cool hair and the cool jacket. All he had to do was tap the juke box and it played. All he had to do was snap his fingers and the girls came to him. All he had to do was say, "EHHHHH" and you knew he was cool with it.

2. "Did I do that?"

From Quiz Famous Catch Phrase & Quotes

Answer: Steve Urkel

Whenever Steve would have a clumsy moment, he would state this phrase, acknowledging his mistake. Jaleel White played Steve Urkel. This is from "Family Matters."

3. Which show about nothing popularized the phrase "yada yada yada" to cut a long story short?

From Quiz Express Yourself

Answer: Seinfeld

"Seinfeld" was centered on the lives of Jerry Seinfeld and his three friends, George Constanza, Cosmo Kramer and Elaine Benes. In the 153rd episode of the show, George starts dating a new girl named Marcy who has a habit of saying "yada yada yada" to cut short a long story. Soon George begins suspecting that she is using this as a trick to hide important details from him. While the phrase itself may have been around before this episode, its popularity definitely increased post it.

4. "Good-night, John-Boy" was the ending phrase of every episode on "The Waltons". Which actor originated the role of John-Boy?

From Quiz Good Night, John-Boy

Answer: Richard Thomas

Richard Thomas only played John-Boy for five seasons before the role was taken over by Robert Wightman. Thomas returned to play John-Boy for several of the made-for-tv movies that continued the story of "The Waltons".

5. The Italian language has many words for soup ("zuppa") depending upon its thickness, e.g. "il brodo" is broth, "minestra" is a more substantial soup and "minestrone" is a very thick soup. What is Rachael's word for a thick soup?

From Quiz Neologisms by Rachael Ray

Answer: Stoup

Stoup is, presumably, a cross between "soup" and "stew."

6. This leather-jacketed cool character could say volumes with one word you won't find a dictionary: "Aaaaaaayyyyy!" Who was this character, played to the hilt by Henry Winkler in "Happy Days"?

From Quiz Easy as Pie TV Lines

Answer: Fonzie

Originally not a main character, Fonzie eventually became the show's iconic figure and a symbol of the '50s. His coolness was so great, he could get a jukebox to play his favorite song just by tapping it with his fist.

7. "And that's the way it is" was heard whenever which CBS news anchor, known as "the most trusted man in America", would sign-off his evening show?

From Quiz Classic TV Signoffs

Answer: Walter Cronkite

Walter Cronkite died July 17, 2009. He anchored the "CBS Evening News" for 19 years. He is particularly remembered for his coverage of the John F. Kennedy assassination in 1963 when he showed emotion something news reporter did not do.

8. Who developed a motorcycle/pyrotechnic stunt team called "The League of Mental Men" with a dog and a half-blind guy?

From Quiz Nick, Jeff or Kramer?

Answer: Nick

From the episode "Breakable". Unfortunately, both Nick (Kris Marshall) and an innocent cow bystander were injured during the performance. "The crowd loved it!" Nick grinningly reports from hospital. Kris Marshall's acting resume includes Colin Frissell in 2003's "Love Actually", the T.V. series "Murder City" (2004-2006), and "Sold".

9. "It was frickin' hilarious, I'll give you that one, but was it professional, no."

From Quiz TV Quotes

Answer: Ghost Hunters

Jason was saying this to Steve, because Steve put a tiara on Tango's head, and Tango thought it was a head lamp. They were investigating a house, and they happened to be in a little girl's room. Steve told Tango not to take it off his head and look at it, and Steve even told Andy to make sure he didn't see it. Tango was embarrassed, but they all thought it was really funny.

10. "Aaay" is the catch phrase of what 'Happy Days' character?

From Quiz TV Catch Phrases from A to Z

Answer: Fonzie

Aaay! This catch phrase is the sole property of Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzerlli who was played by Henry Winkler, so hands off the merchandise. Frequently viewers heard Fonzie greet people with his now famous 'Aaay!' as he simultaneously flashed them two thumbs up. 'Happy days' ran from 1974 through 1984.

11. "And that's the way it is."

From Quiz Infamous Television Catch Phrases

Answer: Walter Cronkite, "CBS Evening News"

Walter Cronkite signed off the newscast every night with this phrase, followed by the date (keeping to standards of objective journalism, he omitted this phrase on nights when he ended the newscast with commentary). During the Iran hostage crisis from 1979 to 1981, he also counted the days the hostages were in captivity, following his trademark line.

12. "Nah Nu, Nah Nu."

From Quiz Whose Line Is This?

Answer: Mork

"Mork and Mindy" was a spin-off from "Happy Days". This series was ran from 1978 - 1982 and was also Robin Williams' vehicle into popularity. "Mork and Mindy" was a show about a young woman from Colorado who decided to let an alien live with her so that he could learn about Earth. "Nah nu, nah nu" was Mork's way of greeting people.

13. "Faster than a speeding bullet. Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound." What TV show is this from?

From Quiz TV Show Catch Phrases- Aussie-friendly

Answer: Superman

This segment is from the opening sequence of "Superman". The words were written by Jay Morton, writer of the original series of the Superman cartoons. The words were originally, "Faster than a roaring hurricane" and "More powerful than the pounding surf" but he later changed them. Jay Morton died in September 2003 at the age of 92.

14. Which comedy gave us "Nudge Nudge, Wink Wink, know what I mean, say no more"?

From Quiz Make 'Em Laugh!

Answer: Monty Python's Flying Circus

There were four series of Monty Python's Flying Circus between 5 October 1969 and 5 December 1974 on BBC1. They took British TV humour to new and often uncomfortable limits with characters like Eric Idle's leering, intrusive "Wink Wink". The establishment were often offended - the youth overjoyed! Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin wrote and starred in the sketches. The female member of the team was Carol Cleveland.

15. What controversial female TV character was known to warn her husband, "God'll get you for that, Walter..."?

From Quiz They Said It On TV

Answer: Maude & Maude Findlay

Before making TV history as one of the "Golden Girls", Bea Arthur spent six seasons as the liberal and opinionated Maude Findlay on the hit CBS series "Maude".

16. "Just one more thing..."

From Quiz Famous Lines

Answer: Columbo

Peter Falk, who played Colombo, has a glass eye. Columbo would say this in every episode after he would leave. He would return and say "Just one more thing..." and then proceed to tell the person who committed the murder another clue he had.

17. (When told he may be the luckiest man who ever lived) 'No...Dan Quayle is'.

From Quiz Television's Classic Lines

Answer: Night Court

Character actor Leslie Jordan in a cameo as 'Irving' tells Harry Anderson and company how he was picked up by a rogue parade baloon during the Macy's Parade, shot down by the Air Force, bounced off several canopies and a tour bus before landing in a bed of flowers in the episode 'The Last Temptation of Mac'.

18. 'You know something? If you couldn't read, you couldn't look up what was on television.'

From Quiz Who Said What on Television

Answer: Beaver Cleaver

From 'Leave It to Beaver'.

19. "You rang?" was made famous by what spooky butler?

From Quiz I Don't Have to Talk Much!

Answer: Lurch

When you walked up to the "Addams Family" door, you may be greeted by a tall scary looking gentleman and you'd hear, "you rang?" Lurch was the butler to the Addams family and was played by Ted Cassidy in the series from 1964 to 1966. It wasn't many years, but he definitely left us with that saying.

20. When a character on "Seinfeld" wanted to skip over a perceived boring part of a story, they would say...

From Quiz Good Night, John-Boy

Answer: "Yada, yada, yada"

Eliane once tried to "Yada, yada, yada" over the sex part of a story, and Jerry called her out on it. Other catchy Seinfeld catch phrases included the Soup Nazi's "No Soup For You!", Mr. Costanza's "Serenity Now!", Elaine pushing someone while shouting "Get Out!" and Jerry's distinct way of saying "Hello, Newman".

21. The sandwich was reputedly named after an Englishman, John Montagu, the Fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792). The plural of sandwich is sandwiches, but what word does Rachael use instead?

From Quiz Neologisms by Rachael Ray

Answer: Sammies

The Earl is said to have "invented" the sandwich either while playing cards or while working at his desk at the Admiralty, so as not to need to stop either play or work to take nourishment.

22. Who was the TV secret agent who summarized his lack of effectiveness by saying, "Missed it by THAT much!" Today, stills often show him talking into the heel of his shoe.

From Quiz Easy as Pie TV Lines

Answer: Maxwell Smart

With Barbara Feldon as Agent 99, Don Adams starred in the spy spoof "Get Smart", featuring an agent of CONTROL who never could actually get very smart. Adams won three Emmys as Maxwell Smart, and also did the voices for Tennessee Tuxedo and Inspector Gadget.

23. What 1950's show ended "Say goodnight, Gracie"?

From Quiz Classic TV Signoffs

Answer: "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show"

George Burns and Gracie Allen played themselves in this series that first aired on October 12, 1950. At first the series was aired live every two weeks but soon moved to Hollywood when it was filmed and shown weekly.

24. Who, while spicing up his relationship with his girlfriend, swallows the key to the handcuffs?

From Quiz Nick, Jeff or Kramer?

Answer: Jeff

In "The Freckle, the Key and the Couple Who Weren't", Jeff (Richard Coyle) forgets he's dressed in a very bizarre black leather mask and shows up at the pub to question Steve about his problem. When he remembers how he's dressed, Jeff realizes why the chemist gave him a free bag of laxatives. In addition to "Coupling", Richard Coyle has appeared in "Cracker", "The Libertine" (movie), and as Mr. Coxe in "Wives and Daughters" on "Masterpiece Theatre".

25. "I'm a big girl, you're a big girl, yaddy yaddy yaddy yaddy ya!"

From Quiz TV Quotes

Answer: Full House

Stephanie wanted Michelle to be more grown-up when they moved in together, so she made up a club. This was the club song, and Stephanie had to make it up off of the top of her head to impress Michelle. They were sitting in their new room, at their "club meeting". Michelle said she loved the song!

26. "Book 'em, Danno!" was what we heard near the end of every episode of what TV drama?

From Quiz TV Catch Phrases from A to Z

Answer: Hawaii Five-O

Each week from 1968 through 1980 we waited for Det. Steve McGarrett to utter those now famous words, "Book 'em Danno." Detective Steve McGarrett was played by Jack Lord, and Detective Danny "Danno" Williams was played by James MacArthur. Other characters were Chin Ho Kelly played by Kam Fong and Kono Kalakaua played by Gilbert Lani Kauhi. 'Hawaii Five-0' was shot on location in Honolulu and on the Island of Oahu.

27. "What you talkin' about, Willis?"

From Quiz Whose Line Is This?

Answer: Arnold Jackson

"Diff'rent Strokes" was a highly popular series that ran from 1978 - 1986. It had one successful spin off, "The Facts of Life". "Diff'rent Strokes" was a shop about a rich Caucasian man raising his daughter who decided to raise the two African American sons of his dead housekeeper. "What you talkin' about, Willis" was Arnold's way of letting Willis know he disagreed with something.

28. Which programme had a character announcing "I'm Free"?

From Quiz Make 'Em Laugh!

Answer: Are You Being Served?

'Are You Being Served?' ran from 1972 to 1983 and was set in the Ladies' and Gents' outfitting departments of Grace Brothers, a very old fashioned departmental store owned by octogenarian 'Young' Mr Grace (played by Harold Bennett). John Inman played Mr Humphries, a strangely androgenous creature with his mincing walk, flamboyant dress and trilled 'I'm free!'. Floorwalker, Captain Peacock was played by Frank Thornton and Mr Rumbold, the Manager, by Nicholas Smith. As well as Mr Humphries, Gents' Outfitting was staffed by Mr Grainger (Arthur Brough) and Mr Lucas (Trevor Bannister); and Ladies' Outfitting by Mrs Slocombe (Mollie Sugden) and Miss Brahms (Wendy Richard). In 1992 several of the cast replayed their roles in a new comedy, 'Grace and Favour', which ran for two series.

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