Can you find the ONE episode that’s NOT an Eighties series finale?

Only the most righteous 1980s fans will spot this one!

Did you keep up with the biggest TV hits of the 1980s?

Some of the most critically-acclaimed series finales of all time marked the end of TV shows that got their start in the 1980s.

Here, think of all your favorite series that premiered in the 1980s as you scroll through titles of series finale episodes of the era. Try to find the one episode that was NOT a series finale of an Eighties TV show. (Keep in mind, some Eighties shows stretched into the 1990s for their totally tubular conclusions. Those count as Eighties show finales.) Good luck!
  1. Pick the ONE episode below that is NOT a 1980s TV series finale:

Can you find the ONE episode that’s NOT an Eighties series finale?

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SheriHeffner 62 months ago
It took me a while before I got it right. I knew it wasn't The Beginning Of The Beginning. Because I remember the title from the last Facts Of Life episode.
MikeLutton 62 months ago
it was the cheers one sure took me a while
Lacey 62 months ago
ALMOST got it wrong as they all looked like 80s endings.
Hope 62 months ago
Finally after about 6 tries. I must be totally out of whack. I thought that I had remembered all of my Sitcoms.
Tresix 62 months ago
Why did they turn green even when picking the wrong answer? That was so confusing.
Lucyneenah19701 63 months ago
I got it right, and I don't even watch Star Trek. It was just a guess. All good things.
I think you read the clue wrong. "All Good Things" WAS the final episode of Star Trek: Next Generation.
MrsPhilHarris 63 months ago
I had to try twice to get it.
As the saying goes: "If at first you don't succeed, try, try, again."
teire 63 months ago
Got it. Very very eventually.
JeffTanner 63 months ago
Well, How do you like that? I got it on the first try! And I'm the first one to comment about it. What about you, cperrynaples, or you stephaniestavropolus? Spelling? Haven't you two seen it yet?
Yes, Geoff{spelling?}Tanner. I have seen this quiz. I solved it several hours ago on another quiz site. I like visiting other quiz sites, and from time to time I come across quizzes that are similar to what I have encountered on METV. When I have, it has made me wonder if this isn't the place they get their quizzes, or at least get their inspirations for them.
Stephanie, it did take me a few tries, but only because I only know that title from a movie! Speaking of which, what actress made her debut in it, what '80's show did SHE star in, and what future superstar was her series co-star?
What actress, made her debut in which movie? What '80's show was she in? I really don't know who/ what any of these questions are about? What future superstar was her co-star?
Cybill Shepherd, Bruce Willis, Moonlighting.
Thanks teire. But how did you figure out what he was talking about? There has been a couple few other times {if I remember right, and as you've probably read;} where cperrynaples has been a bit vague on what he's asking me. Either that, or I'm having at a quicker clip, one of those Senior Moments that are so famous!
It's true, his phrasing can be a little cryptic (it makes his questions trickier and whether he does it on purpose or not, more fun to figure out -- kind of like a MeTV quiz), at first I thought he was talking about a tv show. The correct episode title, The Last Picture Show, is also the title of the 1972 movie Charles is referring to. I've never seen it, but Cloris Leachman won a best supporting actress Oscar for it. Jeff Bridges and Ellen Burstyn were also in the cast. It was directed by Peter Bogdonavich. So might it ring some bells for you now?
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