Can you guess these TV shows with the great Tim Conway?

The comedian played everything from cowboy to gardener.

Tim Conway was one of the funniest people to ever appear on television. Whether he was the lead or just a bit player, the comedian never failed to deliver laughs with his charming brand of slapstick.

His career began in the 1960s and continued to the current decade. In honor of this comedy legend, let's look back at his memorable roles. See if you can place him in the correct TV series. Good luck!
  1. The Dentist was just one of several hilarious characters Conway played on this sketch-comedy classic.
  2. He was second in command on this military sitcom.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  3. Conway played Ephraim Wanker, Peggy's father, on this sitcom.
    Image: Sony Pictures Television
  4. Conway played himself in a episode titled "Dick and Tim." Here he is in a Vermont diner.
  5. Conway played a former TV star named "Bucky Bright" on this sitcom in 2008.
    Image: NBCUniversal Television
  6. In the series finale of this sitcom in 1999, Conway played the Justice of Peace who married two main characters.
    Image: Sony Pictures Television
  7. He played a kooky gardener — and then security guard — named Kenny Montague on this sitcom.
    Image: NBCUniversal Television
  8. Conway reteamed with Harvey Korman (not to mention Dick Van Dyke) on this lighthearted crime show.

  9. Conway played a Las Vegas entertainer named Knuckles Pratt on this mystery series in 2010.
    Image: CBS Television Distribution
  10. Both Conway and Carol Burnett appeared in "The Comeback," a 1997 episode of this heavenly drama.
  11. Conway starred as the title character in this short-lived 1980s sitcom.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  12. In 1967, Conway starred in this comedic Western.
    Image: The Everett Collection
Can you guess these TV shows with the great Tim Conway?

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EmBee 1 month ago
How they left out the zany show that bared his name about a one plane cargo operation that was always on the verge of going under is beyond me. It co-stared McHale alum Joe Flynn. The show only lasted 12 eps so the show kinda paralleled the air cargo company portrayed in the show.
KatHat 1 month ago

You got 12 out of 12
You really chewed that one right up! Nice work!
ldoc7277377 2 months ago
11 out of 12! Tim Conway was really one of the greatest!!! There's going to be a lot of laughter in Heaven!!! R.I.P.
MrBill 2 months ago
9/12; missed Coach, 30 Rock and Rango. I was never much of a fan of Coach and 30 Rock. Never heard of Rango - I was only three years old when that show aired.
thedude1500 2 months ago
Technically, Conway's character on McHale's Navy was third in command. Capt. Bingampton, Lt.Cmdr. McHale and then the Ensign.
McHale would only have limited autonomy as a PT boat commander.
JackyGraham 2 months ago
They don't have comic shows like the great comedian was shinning in to bad
JackyGraham 2 months ago
Its showed me missing two when I only missed one silly isn't it
MissClassicTV 2 months ago
Look up Tim Conway in the Prison Warden sketch from The Hollywood Palace. You'll laugh till you cry.
BarbaraLeone 2 months ago
10 out of 12.RIP Tim.A great talent was just lost.
Otto 2 months ago
No mention of his Simpsons cameo. Invalid.
leebillyold 2 months ago
12/12 good quiz, more like this, please.......
Barry22 2 months ago
9/12, I remember the first Tim Conway show where he ran a small airline with Joe Flynn; my brother and I thought it was pretty funny, but apparently we were the only ones who did.
Corey 2 months ago
Diagnosis Murder was not a lighthearted crime show.
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