Can you find the pattern in these classic TV clues?

Prove you're a classic TV mastermind!

Do you have the quickest mind to ever click through TV channels?

Here, we present an unusual trivia quiz it will take a crack detective in the audience to solve. 

We've strung together characters, settings and objects from classic TV history into a sequences of three, all connected in some way it's up to you to figure out. 

Think of it like that game Mastermind you might've played as a kid, only instead of guessing color pegs, you've got to figure out what comes next from your knowledge of classic TV.

Prove you get the picture by guessing the correct answer that comes next in each sequence. Good luck! Only those with a perfect score will be dubbed classic TV masterminds.

  1. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: Carol Brady, Lucy Ricardo, June Cleaver, ???
  2. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: ALF, Mork, Spock, ???
  3. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: Hawkeye Pierce, Robert Hogan, Gomer Pyle, ???
  4. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: Cheers, Rosie's Bar, The Long Branch Saloon, ???
  5. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: Thurston Howell III, Bruce Wayne, Gomez Addams, ???
  6. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: Greg Brady, Wally Cleaver, D.J. Tanner, ???
  7. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: Silver, Trigger, Buck, ???
  8. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: Andy Taylor, Steven Douglas, Ben Cartwright, ???
  9. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: Max Smart, Dan Briggs, Napoleon Solo, ???
  10. Pick the correct answer to complete the pattern in this sequence: Monkeemobile, The Mystery Machine, Batmobile, ???

Can you find the pattern in these classic TV clues?

Your Result...

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Russ 2 months ago
Robert Hogan was an Airman, Gomer Pyle was a Marine. Neither were soldiers.
RedjacArbez 2 months ago
#6 is Wrong...Wednesday is the older sibling as well.
ttenchantr RedjacArbez 2 months ago
This is what I thought as well.
ndebrabant 9 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
Mastermind! You solved those so fast, she fainted!
Geronimo 15 months ago
Didn't know who Kelly Robinson was
9/10
EllisClevenger 15 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Columbo's surprised we stumped you!
Missed #9.
Mixed up 'I Spy' and 'Lost in Space'.

Tresix 15 months ago
10/10. Had no idea from the first one, picked an answer and got it right. When it revealed what to look for, then the rest fell into place!
MrsPhilHarris 15 months ago
8/10 Missed #6. Didn't know DJ Tanner. Missed #8.
Corey 15 months ago
Hawkeye was an army doctor not a soldier.
Tresix Corey 15 months ago
I'm guessing they mean they were in the military period.
Moody Corey 15 months ago
I see your point but technically if you're in the army you are a soldier no matter what your job is. If you're in the navy you're a sailor. On the other hand, Gomer Pyle was not a soldier he was a Marine. There is a difference. Just ask any Marine.
RedjacArbez Corey 2 months ago
no he was in the army ....that is what a soldier is..... you do not know the meaning of the word...you are confusing SOLDIER to infantryman.
RedjacArbez Moody 2 months ago
soldiers are in the ARMY.
Moody RedjacArbez 2 months ago
Really? What's your point? I believe that's what I said in my comments.
LeeHarper 15 months ago
You got 10 out of 10
Mastermind! You solved those so fast, she fainted!
Maris 15 months ago
I got thrown because Archie Bunker was also a widower after Edith died, and Mike Brady remarried on the first episode.
Pegs Maris 15 months ago
My logic, too.
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