Quiz about Whose Line Is This
Quiz about Whose Line Is This

Whose Line Is This? Trivia Quiz

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.

A multiple-choice quiz by umpolo. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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3 mins
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
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Avg Score
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1. "Nah Nu, Nah Nu." Hint

Jerry Seinfeld

2. "What you talkin' about, Willis?" Hint

Philip Drummand
Mrs. Garrett
LT Starbuck
Arnold Jackson

3. "That's all folks." Hint

Porky Pig
Bugs Bunny
Daffy Duck

4. "Did I do that?" Hint

Donny Osmond
Steven Urkel

5. "I say, good day to you." Hint

Cliff Clavin
George Jetson
Richie Cunningham

6. "How you doin'?" Hint

Chandler Bing
Joey Tribbiani
Ross Geller

7. "Rut ro, Rorge." Hint

Scooby Dooby Doo
Rin Tin Tin
Scrappy Doo

8. "By the power of Grayskull." Hint

Prince Adam

9. "More power!" Hint

Andy Taylor
Tim Taylor
Opie Taylor
OJ Simpson

10. "And that's the way it is." Hint

Walter Cronkite
Katie Couric
Dan Rather
David Letterman

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Nah Nu, Nah Nu."

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

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.
3. "That's all folks."

Answer: Porky Pig

Probably one of the most famous lines from any cartoon, Porky Pig said this following every Looney Tunes cartoon. Porky's voice was originally created by an actual stutterer Joe Dougherty and then later by the immortal Mel Blanc. In his first movies he was paired with a cat named Beans (Porky & Beans).
4. "Did I do that?"

Answer: Steven Urkel

"Family Matters" was a spin off from "Perfect Strangers" and ran from 1989 - 1998. It was a show about a family from Chicago whose long time neighbor was the biggest pest you've ever met. Steve Urkel would say this line every time he made a mistake or broke something, which happened at least once an episode.
5. "I say, good day to you."

Answer: Fez

"That '70s Show" is a highly popular comedy series about a group of 6 friends growing up in Wisconsin during the 1970s. It brings back all kinds of memories for those old enough to remember the '70s, and shows the younger generation where bell bottoms came from. Fez would say this every time he wanted to end a conversation, especially when he was mad.
6. "How you doin'?"

Answer: Joey Tribbiani

"Friends" was one of the most popular comedy series of all time and was about six friends living in Manhattan. It ran from 1994 - 2004. "How you doin'" was Joey's most successful pickup line.
7. "Rut ro, Rorge."

Answer: Astro

"The Jetsons" was a very popular cartoon while it ran from 1962 - 1988, and can be found on DVD. It is the story of a well intended, but goofy man and his adorable family living in the space age. They found their dog, Astro in the park one day and couldn't get rid of him. "Rut ro, Rorge" translates from Astroese to English as "Uh oh George". Don Messick provided the voice for Astro.
8. "By the power of Grayskull."

Answer: Prince Adam

"He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" was a fairly popular cartoon that started in 1983, was made into a movie in 1987, and re-released in a different package as a cartoon again in 2002. It is the story of the fight between good (Prince Adam and his friends) and evil (Skeletor and his minions). "By the power of Grayskull" was the phrase Prince Adam would say to turn himself into He-Man.
9. "More power!"

Answer: Tim Taylor

"Home Improvement" was a comedy based on Tim Allen's stand up routine about an accident prone family man who hosted his own cable television show, about home improvements. It ran from 1991 - 1999. "More power" was Tim Taylor's answer to any problem. Your dishwasher was broken, add a diesel engine. Your riding lawn mower was factory specs, add a jet engine.
10. "And that's the way it is."

Answer: Walter Cronkite

Walter Cronkite was the anchorman for the "CBS Evening News" for almost 20 years. "And that's the way it is" was his trademark exit line when he signed off every night.
I thought this would be a most appropriate last question for this quiz. I hope you enjoyed it.
Source: Author umpolo

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