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Humerus, Will You? Trivia Quiz


When my daughter, a child sitcom star, said that her elbow was hurting, I called her doctor. He said that it was probably just growing pains, which led me to yell, "Just humerus, will you?" So, we headed to TV land in search of a doctor.

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Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
359,436
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
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8 / 10
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1. On Herman's advice, we went to see Dr. Edward H. Dudley. Once in the exam room, I said, "My daughter's elbow is giving her trouble". Looking up at the doctor, I said, "Well, I'll be! You look just like Uncle Arthur from 'Bewitched'!" Looking closer, I added, "And you are a dead ringer for the actor who was sometimes in the center square on 'Hollywood Squares'. Who are you?" Hint

Paul Lynde
Richard Dawson
Dom DeLuise
Charles Nelson Reilly

2. My daughter's elbow was hurting, so we went to see Opie's doctor, Dr. Peterson. But once I saw him, I was astounded. "You are the spitting image of the chaplain on the television series 'M*A*S*H'! Who are you?" Hint

Jamie Farr
William Keene
Ken Berry
William Christopher

3. When my daughter complained that her elbow was paining her, we decided to try an alternative treatment. Arriving at the imposing mansion of the 'doctor', we were ushered into a room with a pool table covered with a tablecloth! When the doctor bustled in, I took one look at her and felt my jaw drop. "I think I met you once in Bugtussle! But, you can't be Daisy Moses! Who are you?" Hint

Bea Benaderet
Irene Ryan
Mabel Albertson
Alice Pearce

4. My daughter's elbow was really hurting, so we went to the emergency room. A nurse showed us to a small treatment room, picked up the phone and pushed a few buttons. "Dr. Bombay, calling Dr. Bombay. Emergency, come right away," she said, her voice echoing on the intercom system. After she hung up, I asked, "Isn't that Samantha's doctor? Who is he?" Hint

Reginald Denny
Terry-Thomas
Trevor Howard
Bernard Fox

5. While we were on a cruise, my daughter's elbow started paining her again, so we were off to the sick bay. "Hello," the doctor said, "I'm Dr. Adam Bricker, your ship's doctor. Most people just call me Doc". I stared at him for a moment, then said, "You look just like Siegfried, a KAOS agent on 'Get Smart'. Who are you, really?" Hint

Henry Gibson
Robert Vaughn
Jamie Farr
Bernie Kopell

6. When my daughter's elbow became particularly painful, our regular doctor sent us to a surgeon. When he strolled into the exam room, I gasped. "You could be Colonel Sherman Potter's doppelganger! You know him - he was one of the surgeons on the television series 'M*A*S*H'. But, who are you?" Hint

Wayne Rogers
Harry Morgan
Larry Linville
Mike Farrell

7. My friend Clair told me to take my daughter to a doctor she recommended, and assured me he would find out why her elbow was bothering her so much. But when the doctor came into the exam room and said, "Hey hey hey", I had to giggle. "That sounded just like Fat Albert!" I said, grinning. "Although you look a lot more like Dr. Huxtable. So, who are you?" Hint

Richard Pryor
Bill Cosby
Flip Wilson
Nipsey Russell

8. In our search to find an answer to my daughter's elbow pain, Maude sent us to see her neighbor, Dr. Arthur Harmon. At his office, however, I could not keep myself from exclaiming, "You look just like Philip Drummond! You know, the father on the television series 'Diff'rent Strokes'. But, who are you?" Hint

Bill Macy
Conrad Bain
Pat Harrington
Harry Anderson

9. Searching for a doctor to diagnose my daughter's elbow pain, we traveled to New York to an office in the Bronx. The diploma on the wall clearly read 'Dr. John Becker', but when the doctor walked in, I gasped. "Sam Malone! You look just like him. He was the bartender on 'Cheers'! Now tell me, who are you?" Hint

Ted Danson
Nicholas Colasanto
Woody Harrelson
George Wendt

10. At a loss for what to do about my daughter's elbow pain, I decided to take her to a psychiatrist. Following our flight to Seattle, Washington, we took a cab to Dr. Frasier Crane's office. We were waiting patiently when the doctor came in, and I suddenly feared I was suffering from jet lag. "Didn't I meet you once in Boston? At a bar where everyone knew your name? Who are you?" Hint

David Ogden Stiers
Kelsey Grammer
David Hyde Pierce
Steven Weber


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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. On Herman's advice, we went to see Dr. Edward H. Dudley. Once in the exam room, I said, "My daughter's elbow is giving her trouble". Looking up at the doctor, I said, "Well, I'll be! You look just like Uncle Arthur from 'Bewitched'!" Looking closer, I added, "And you are a dead ringer for the actor who was sometimes in the center square on 'Hollywood Squares'. Who are you?"

Answer: Paul Lynde

Paul Lynde's 29 year career in show business included appearances on stage, film and television. As an actor and comedian, he guest-starred on numerous television programs, including three episodes of "The Munsters", as Dr. Edward H. Dudley. One of his best known parts was his recurring role on "Bewitched" as 'smart-aleck' Uncle Arthur. Besides doing a large amount of voice-over work and hosting a number of specials, Lynde found a home for his often racy wit on the game show "Hollywood Squares". His appearances on that show began in 1962 and ended in 1981.
2. My daughter's elbow was hurting, so we went to see Opie's doctor, Dr. Peterson. But once I saw him, I was astounded. "You are the spitting image of the chaplain on the television series 'M*A*S*H'! Who are you?"

Answer: William Christopher

William Christopher has appeared on stage, film and television, and he has co-authored a book about autism with his wife, Barbara. He has made guest appearances on a number of television shows, including two in 1965 on "The Andy Griffith Show" - once as Dr. Peterson in "A New Doctor in Town", and once as an IRS agent in "Aunt Bee on TV".

His best known television role, however, is as Father Mulcahy on the television series "M*A*S*H", from 1972-1983. He reprised his role in the spin off "AfterMASH", which originally aired from 1983-1984. Christopher also played an army doctor named Major Bullock in 1975 on one episode of "Good Times".
3. When my daughter complained that her elbow was paining her, we decided to try an alternative treatment. Arriving at the imposing mansion of the 'doctor', we were ushered into a room with a pool table covered with a tablecloth! When the doctor bustled in, I took one look at her and felt my jaw drop. "I think I met you once in Bugtussle! But, you can't be Daisy Moses! Who are you?"

Answer: Irene Ryan

Irene Ryan's career began around 1922 in vaudeville, as part of a double act with her first husband, Tim Ryan. She went on to appear in a number of films, with her first appearance on television occurring in 1955 on "The Danny Thomas Show". In 1962, she won the part of Daisy 'Granny' Moses, despite not being the producer's first choice. The producer, Paul Henning, had intended to cast Bea Benaderet as the feisty mother-in-law of Jed Clampett, but Ryan's audition nailed the character - which even Benaderet admitted. As a self-proclaimed 'mountain doctor', Granny relied on her folk cures and used white lightning and special tonics liberally.

"The Beverly Hillbillies", which featured the fish-out-of-water antics of a country family who moved to Beverly Hills, ran from 1962-1971. The series also starred Buddy Ebsen, Donna Douglas, Max Baer, Jr., Raymond Bailey and Nancy Kulp. While Bea Benaderet lost the role of Granny, she was cast as Pearl Bodine, Jethro's mother.
4. My daughter's elbow was really hurting, so we went to the emergency room. A nurse showed us to a small treatment room, picked up the phone and pushed a few buttons. "Dr. Bombay, calling Dr. Bombay. Emergency, come right away," she said, her voice echoing on the intercom system. After she hung up, I asked, "Isn't that Samantha's doctor? Who is he?"

Answer: Bernard Fox

Bernard Fox was born into an acting family, and was involved in show business from a very young age. Following a 1966 episode on "Bewitched" as a witch debunker, Fox was cast as the witch doctor, Dr. Bombay, and appeared in eighteen episodes between 1967 and 1972.

Besides guest starring in a number of other television series, his film credits include appearances in 1971's "Big Jake", 1980's "The Private Eyes" and 1997's "Titanic". "Bewitched" ran from 1964-1972, and also starred Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick Sargent, Dick York and Agnes Moorehead. And, one of the three incorrect answers, Reginald Denny, played the Police Chief of Bombay in 1956's "Around the World in 80 Days".
5. While we were on a cruise, my daughter's elbow started paining her again, so we were off to the sick bay. "Hello," the doctor said, "I'm Dr. Adam Bricker, your ship's doctor. Most people just call me Doc". I stared at him for a moment, then said, "You look just like Siegfried, a KAOS agent on 'Get Smart'. Who are you, really?"

Answer: Bernie Kopell

Bernie Kopell has had an extensive number of appearances on television series, including "My Favorite Martian", "That Girl", "Sunset Beach" and "Charmed". His best known role, and one that has been parodied or referenced on several different shows, was as Dr. Adam Bricker on "The Love Boat". "The Love Boat" originally aired from 1977-1986, and also featured Gavin MacLeod, Fred Gandy, Ted Lange and Lauren Tewes.

The show also featured over 1,000 guest stars - including Tom Hanks, Lana Turner and Betty White.

As Siegfried, a KAOS agent, Kopell appeared in fourteen episodes of "Get Smart" between 1966 and 1969, and co-starred in the 1989 television movie "Get Smart, Again!". He also had a part in 1995's show "Get Smart", and played the driver of an Opel in the 2008 film "Get Smart" which starred Steve Carell. Kopell also guest starred nine times on "Bewitched", twice as a doctor and four times as an amorous old apothecary.
6. When my daughter's elbow became particularly painful, our regular doctor sent us to a surgeon. When he strolled into the exam room, I gasped. "You could be Colonel Sherman Potter's doppelganger! You know him - he was one of the surgeons on the television series 'M*A*S*H'. But, who are you?"

Answer: Harry Morgan

Harry Morgan began acting while he was still in school, starting out on stage, and enjoyed a number of successful Broadway roles. His first big screen appearance was in 1942's "To the Shores of Tripoli", which also starred John Payne, Randolph Scott and Maureen O'Hara.

He went on to appear in more than a hundred films, but he also worked in radio and television. Among his numerous television appearances, he co-starred in "Dragnet 1967" from 1967-1970 and he guest-starred twice in the original "Dragnet" series, once in 1952 and once in 1954, with all of his appearances as the same character, Officer Bill Gannon. One of his best known roles, however, was on "M*A*S*H", where he played Colonel Sherman T. Potter, from 1974-1983. Along with William Christopher and Jamie Farr, Morgan reprised his role in the "M*A*S*H" spin off "AfterMASH", which originally aired from 1983-1984.
7. My friend Clair told me to take my daughter to a doctor she recommended, and assured me he would find out why her elbow was bothering her so much. But when the doctor came into the exam room and said, "Hey hey hey", I had to giggle. "That sounded just like Fat Albert!" I said, grinning. "Although you look a lot more like Dr. Huxtable. So, who are you?"

Answer: Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby broke a lot of ground in the entertainment industry, from his starring role in the television series "I Spy" to his recording of "To Russell, My Brother, Whom I Slept With". His series "The Cosby Show" aired from 1984-1992, and earned multiple awards, including six Emmy Awards.

While the show was not immune to criticism for portraying only a certain class of African Americans, it was lauded for bringing an African American professional couple and their family to the television audience. On "The Cosby Show", Bill Cosby played Dr.

Heathcliff Huxtable, an OB-GYN, and Phylicia Rashad played his wife Clair, a lawyer. The couple had five children, four girls and one boy. The series showcased the family's everyday achievements, problems and social interactions, a concept that was not new to television, except for the fact that it featured an upper middle-class African American family.

The animated series "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids" aired off and on from 1972-1985. The series was created and hosted by Cosby, who also voiced several of the characters, including Fat Albert.
8. In our search to find an answer to my daughter's elbow pain, Maude sent us to see her neighbor, Dr. Arthur Harmon. At his office, however, I could not keep myself from exclaiming, "You look just like Philip Drummond! You know, the father on the television series 'Diff'rent Strokes'. But, who are you?"

Answer: Conrad Bain

In a career that spanned 44 years, Conrad Bain worked on stage, film and television. Among other works, he appeared in the productions of "The Iceman Cometh" and "Candide", and the films "Bananas" and "Postcards From the Edge". His best known work, however, was on television. From 1972-1978 he starred on the series "Maude", playing Maude's conservative neighbor and nemesis, Dr. Arthur Harmon. From 1978-1986, he played a millionaire businessman named Philip Drummond on "Diff'rent Strokes". He played the same character in guest appearances on two other series - "The Facts of Life" and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air".

His appearance in 1996 on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" was his last television appearance before his death in 2013.
9. Searching for a doctor to diagnose my daughter's elbow pain, we traveled to New York to an office in the Bronx. The diploma on the wall clearly read 'Dr. John Becker', but when the doctor walked in, I gasped. "Sam Malone! You look just like him. He was the bartender on 'Cheers'! Now tell me, who are you?"

Answer: Ted Danson

Ted Danson had several television appearances on programs such as "The Doctors" and "Trapper John, M.D.", and on films such as "The Onion Field" and "Three Men and a Baby" before his breakthrough role on the series "Cheers". On "Cheers" he played the owner/bartender, Sam Malone, from 1982-1993, and won two Emmys for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. From 1998-2004, he starred in "Becker", where he portrayed a disagreeable, miserable and opinionated doctor named John Becker.

After "Becker" was cancelled, he continued appearing on television, and in 2011 he took on the role of graveyard shift supervisor on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation". Danson also guest-starred as his "Cheers" character Sam Malone on "Frasier", "The Jim Henson Hour" and "The Simpsons".
10. At a loss for what to do about my daughter's elbow pain, I decided to take her to a psychiatrist. Following our flight to Seattle, Washington, we took a cab to Dr. Frasier Crane's office. We were waiting patiently when the doctor came in, and I suddenly feared I was suffering from jet lag. "Didn't I meet you once in Boston? At a bar where everyone knew your name? Who are you?"

Answer: Kelsey Grammer

After a start on stage in California, and then Minnesota, Kelsey Grammer made his Broadway debut in 1981 in "Macbeth". The next year he appeared in "Macbeth" again in a television movie production. He has appeared in several films, including 1996's "Down Periscope" and 2008's "Swing Vote", but the majority of his work has been in television.

He portrayed Dr. Frasier Crane on two series, and guest-starred as Crane on two other series, for a total of twenty years. His portrayed Dr. Crane on "Cheers" from 1984-1993, on "Frasier" from 1993-2004, and made an appearance on "Wings" in 1990 and "The John Larroquette Show" in 1993. During that time, he won four Emmy awards for "Frasier".

He won an additional Emmy for his voice work on the animated series "The Simpsons", where he has voiced Sideshow Bob.

In addition to his work as an actor and comedian, he has also worked as a television producer, director and writer.
Source: Author beergirllaura

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