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Shhh! Please Be Quiet! Trivia Quiz


...while I watch my favourite television shows. Solve this mixed bag of puzzles to figure out what I'm watching.

A multiple-choice quiz by zorba_scank. Estimated time: 6 mins.
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Author
zorba_scank
Time
6 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
363,498
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
Plays
952
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Question 1 of 10
1. There's nothing better than a classic comedy show to start off the day.

Fractured Words: Say the words out loud and a popular sitcom should spring to mind.

Sign Felt

Answer: (One Word, 8 letters)
Question 2 of 10
2. Time to switch to an Emmy award winning series which had elements of mystery, adventure and science fiction.

Cryptic: Solve the cryptic puzzle for the answer.

Initially, Lea only saw teasers of the show while watching the news.

Answer: (One Word, 4 letters)
Question 3 of 10
3. Continuing with the thriller theme, the next show has two brothers at the centre of its plot.

Wordwise: Say what you see.

PRI SON

Answer: (Two Words; 6,5 letters)
Question 4 of 10
4. It's afternoon and I'm half asleep. Time for some brain numbing reality show.

Wordwise: Just say what you see.

BROTHER

Answer: (Two Words; 3,7 letters)
Question 5 of 10
5. Now back to my favourite genre - crime drama.

Fractured Words: Say the words out loud and the answer should come to mind.

Cars ill

Answer: (One Word, 6 letters)
Question 6 of 10
6. I can't get enough of these shows, so let's watch another one.

Wordwise: Say what you see.

ACRIML DMS

Answer: (Two Words; 8,5 letters)
Question 7 of 10
7. Time for a break with this sitcom about a newly married couple.

Wordwise: Say what you see.

MYOUAD

Answer: (Three Words; 3,5,3 letters)
Question 8 of 10
8. Back to crime drama with this show about a police analyst who also doubles as a serial killer.

Fractured Words: Say the words aloud and the television show should spring to mind.

Deck Stir

Answer: (One Word, 6 letters)
Question 9 of 10
9. After all that blood and gore, let's switch to something light.

In Other Words: Try to figure out this sitcom from the synonyms used to describe it.

Packed Dwelling

Answer: (Two Words; 4,5 letters)
Question 10 of 10
10. A classic comedy to end the day.

Wordwise: Just say what you see

Hip Hip Hurray, Bottoms up, Rah!

Answer: (One Word, 6 letters, Hic!)

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1. There's nothing better than a classic comedy show to start off the day. Fractured Words: Say the words out loud and a popular sitcom should spring to mind. Sign Felt

Answer: Seinfeld

Starting in 1989, "Seinfeld" featuring Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards and Jason Alexander aired for nine seasons. It was famously known as the 'show about nothing' since it had no central plot line as such with different episodes being like a 'day in the life' of the characters.
2. Time to switch to an Emmy award winning series which had elements of mystery, adventure and science fiction. Cryptic: Solve the cryptic puzzle for the answer. Initially, Lea only saw teasers of the show while watching the news.

Answer: Lost

The word 'initially' in the sentence is a clue that the first letters of consecutive words should be taken to form the answer.

"Lost" begins with a plane carrying passengers from Sydney to Los Angeles crashing on an island in the Pacific Ocean. While the show started off as an adventure series, supernatural elements were added to the plot as the story moved ahead. It received both critical as well as popular acclaim right from the first season and won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series in its debut season.
3. Continuing with the thriller theme, the next show has two brothers at the centre of its plot. Wordwise: Say what you see. PRI SON

Answer: Prison Break

Lincoln Burrows is sentenced to death for the murder of the brother of the Vice President of the United States. Convinced that his brother is innocent, Michael Scofield deliberately commits a crime so that he also gets entry into the high security prison. Once inside, the two brothers work together to escape.
4. It's afternoon and I'm half asleep. Time for some brain numbing reality show. Wordwise: Just say what you see. BROTHER

Answer: Big Brother

"Big Brother" first aired in the Netherlands in 1999 with its popularity resulting in the format being adapted by numerous countries around the world including the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil and India. The concept of the show is to take a group of random people and make them stay together in a house for long periods of time with little to no contact with the outside world.

The house is under surveillance around the clock and the contestants are made to wear mikes so that their conversations are recorded.
5. Now back to my favourite genre - crime drama. Fractured Words: Say the words out loud and the answer should come to mind. Cars ill

Answer: Castle

The series is named after one of the main characters, Richard Castle, who is a well known mystery novelist. When the police come across a murder that is believed to have been copied from one of his novels, he is called in to help them solve the crime. Fascinated by the working of the NYPD Homicide department, Castle soon manages to find a way to work together with Detective Kate Beckett as the two try to solve various crimes in the city.
6. I can't get enough of these shows, so let's watch another one. Wordwise: Say what you see. ACRIML DMS

Answer: Criminal Minds

CRIM in AL M in DS

This series follows a team of agents from the Behavioural Analysis Unit of the FBI as they are called by different police departments across the country to help with their investigations. The team focuses on trying to narrow down the suspect by studying his/her behaviour and trying to predict the next move.
7. Time for a break with this sitcom about a newly married couple. Wordwise: Say what you see. MYOUAD

Answer: Mad About You

Set in New York City, "Mad About You" followed the daily highs and lows of newlywed couple, Paul and Jamie played by Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt. Hunt won the 'Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series' for four consecutive years for her role as Jamie.
8. Back to crime drama with this show about a police analyst who also doubles as a serial killer. Fractured Words: Say the words aloud and the television show should spring to mind. Deck Stir

Answer: Dexter

"Dexter" first started airing in 2006 and was adapted from the "Dexter" series of novels by Jeff Lindsay. Featuring Michael Hall in the titular role of Dexter Morgan, the show aired for eight seasons ending in 2013. Dexter was an orphan who had been adopted by a police officer. Realising that the little boy had strong tendencies to go on the wrong side of the law, the officer instead groomed him to go after those criminals the legal justice system was unable to convict. With a secret life as a serial killer of such criminals, Dexter also worked with the police department as a blood spatter analyst.
9. After all that blood and gore, let's switch to something light. In Other Words: Try to figure out this sitcom from the synonyms used to describe it. Packed Dwelling

Answer: Full House

"Full House" was set in San Francisco and followed the life of the recently widowed Danny Tanner in his attempts to bring up his three daughters with help from his best friend, Joey and brother-in-law, Jesse. The cast included Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron, Jodie Sweetin and the Olsen twins - Mary-Kate and Ashley.
10. A classic comedy to end the day. Wordwise: Just say what you see Hip Hip Hurray, Bottoms up, Rah!

Answer: Cheers

"Cheers" was set in a bar of the same name in the city of Boston. The show's famous tagline was "Where Everybody Knows Your Name", taken from the theme song. It was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series for all its eleven seasons.

The popular sitcom "Frasier" was a spin-off of "Cheers" and followed the character of Frasier Crane, played by Kesley Grammer, as he relocated to Seattle, Washington.
Source: Author zorba_scank

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