Quiz about Famous Lines
Quiz about Famous Lines

Famous Lines Trivia Quiz

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 line...you tell me the show.

A multiple-choice quiz by Ilona_Ritter. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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3 mins
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
# Qns
Avg Score
8 / 10
Last 3 plays: Bpriz (9/10), Guest 174 (8/10), Guest 47 (8/10).
This quiz has 2 formats: you can play it as a or as shown below.
Scroll down to the bottom for the answer key.
1. "Just one more thing..." Hint

Magnum, PI
Get Smart

2. "Would you believe..." Hint

All in the Family
The Cosby Show
Get Smart

3. "I don't have to take this, I'm going home." Hint

Family Matters
Three's Company
Perfect Strangers
Charles in Charge

4. "Whoa!" Hint

Beverly Hills, 90210
Facts of Life
Gimme a Break

5. "I am a witch." Hint

Sabrina, the Teenage Witch
Clarissa Explains it All
I Dream of Jeanie

6. "Baby you're the greatest." Hint

The Jeffersons
The Honeymooners
The Cosby Show
Sanford and Sons

7. "Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey Mr. Wilson!" Hint

Melrose Place
The Cosby Show
Dennis the Menace
Leave it to Beaver

8. "Just the facts, Ma'am." Hint

Car 54, Where Are You?

9. "Yabba, dabba do!" Hint

Hey Arnold!
The Jetsons
The Flintstones

10. "Come on down." Hint

The Price is Right
To Tell the Truth
This is Your Life
Twenty One

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Just one more thing..."

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.
2. "Would you believe..."

Answer: Get Smart

Don Adams played Maxwell Smart (agent 86) whom was famous for this line. Smart would say this to criminals when they had the upper hand. He would start with an extreme number "Would you believe this place is surrounded by 100 police men" to something such as "Okay would you believe it's surrounded by two boy scouts and their dog."
3. "I don't have to take this, I'm going home."

Answer: Family Matters

"Family Matters" was a spin off of "Perfect Strangers". Steve had a habit of annoying the Winslows. They would eventually get so annoyed they'd yell "Steve go home! Go home! Go home!" Steve would reply "I don't have to take this, I'm going home."
4. "Whoa!"

Answer: Blossom

Joey Lawrence who made this line famous on "Blossom" started in the sitcom "Gimme a Break" when he was about four years old.
5. "I am a witch."

Answer: Bewitched

This line appeared in the first episode of "Bewitched" when she has to tell her husband that she's a little different than he is.
6. "Baby you're the greatest."

Answer: The Honeymooners

Ralph said this to Alice at the end of every episode. During the episodes he'd usually have gotten mad at Alice for something because he didn't have all the facts. After learning he judged too quickly he would say "Baby you're the greatest" and then kiss her.
7. "Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey Mr. Wilson!"

Answer: Dennis the Menace

Jay North played Dennis from 1959-1963. Dennis yelled this all the time, usually scaring Mr. Wilson and making him drop or mess something up.
8. "Just the facts, Ma'am."

Answer: Dragnet

The stories on "Dragnet" were based on true stories, but the names were changed to protect the innocent as is stated in every episode. Joe Friday would always tell people "Just the facts, Ma'am" when he was trying to get information to solve a crime.
9. "Yabba, dabba do!"

Answer: The Flintstones

Dino talked in the very first episode of "The Flintstones". Fred says this at the end of work when they let him leave the Quarry. He also uses it when he is very excited about something.
10. "Come on down."

Answer: The Price is Right

Bob Barker wasn't the first host of "The Price is Right". The first host was Bill Cullen.
Source: Author Ilona_Ritter

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Mar 27 2023 : Bpriz: 9/10
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Mar 21 2023 : Guest 47: 8/10
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