Can you guess the sitcom from ONE word in its theme song?

Can you "place" these "famous" songs?

The best TV theme songs were made for sitcoms we watched from the 1960s to the 1990s, with some even turning into earworms, stuck in our heads for ages.

That said, do you think you know a hit sitcom based on just one word from its catchy theme?

Good luck!
  1. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: FATEFUL
  2. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: PLACE
  3. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: FAMOUS
  4. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: GOLD
  5. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: IMPOSSIBLE
  6. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: HOMEWORK
  7. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: WORTHWHILE
  8. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: PIE
  9. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: BEES
  10. Pick the sitcom with a theme song that includes the word: BABY
Can you guess the sitcom from ONE word in its theme song?

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Michael51202800 2 months ago
I disagree with two answers. Cheers actually has "place" in the longer intro, and Facts of life "be" is not "bees!" "Be" is also only said once, and season 1 doesn't even say it. I even looked up the lyrics to make sure I was right. (the birds and bees is on a different song with "facts of life" in the song, but not the show!)
EllisClevenger 2 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
You got the hang of that really quick, nice work!
Missed #9.
Joseph 2 months ago
10/10. #9 was a logical guess.
Michael51202800 Joseph 2 months ago
#9 was actually not phrased correctly. They must have got it mixed up with other facts of life song that was a top 40 hit. season 1 and on only say "be" once, but spelled be not bees...
AllisonWunderland 2 months ago
Missed #6...I adore Happy Days, but didn't care for the other two so I didn't watch them
Kirsten 2 months ago
CAN YOU GUESS THE SITCOM FROM ONE WORD IN ITS THEME SONG?

You got 10 out of 10
You got the hang of that really quick, nice work!
cperrynaples 2 months ago
Bonus Question: What cartoon theme had the word "parachuting"?
cperrynaples cperrynaples 2 months ago
No one got it! The correct answer was Tennessee Tuxedo ["he will be parachuting for your pleasure"]. Better luck next time!!!
TomTerrrific 2 months ago
8/10 With all the things we need to remember these days, isn't it astonishing that we still carry around the lyrics to these old sitcoms in our heads?
I agree with you! Lol
DouglasMorris 3 months ago
9/10! picked friends. that did me in.
anthony 3 months ago
9/10Missed #6.I picked Happy Days cause I know nothing about "Saved By The Bell and thought the "Happy Days" line went 🎢"The weekend comes your "homework"done,ready to race to you"🎢.It,s actually "The weekend comes,"my cycle hums"ready to race to you"🎢.Personally I like 🎢"Your homework done" 🎢better,and I'm gonna continue to sing it that way.So there!!!!πŸ˜‹
JeffTanner 3 months ago
You got 7 out of 10 -----------We can still see the wheels spinning in your head...
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