Can you tell the difference between a Green Acres episode and a Dolly Parton hit?

Diamonds and rhinestones can look alike, you know.

When we think of "country" and "glamor" two names come to mind — Dolly Parton and Lisa Douglas. Both have fabulous hair. Both can rock a sparkling white outfit and fit right in on a farm. Both (well, Dolly and Eva Gabor) appeared on Hollywood Squares.

Green Acres was one of the great hits in the era of rural comedy on television. At the same time, Dolly Parton was rising to fame with her homespun tales of heartbreak. 

You know, when you think about it, the titles of Green Acres episode and Dolly Parton songs tend to sound alike. Don't believe us? See if you can tell the difference!

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  1. "Coat of Many Colors"
  2. "The Price of Apples"
  3. "Applejack"
  4. "Hard Candy Christmas"
  5. "You Can't Plug in a 2 with a 6"
  6. "Music to Milk By"
  7. "Tennessee Homesick Blues"
  8. "Home Is Where You Run Away From"
  9. "I Didn't Raise My Husband to Be a Fireman"
  10. "Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You"
  11. "White Limozeen"
  12. "The Ballad of Molly Turgiss"
  13. "The Bargain Store"
  14. "The Rummage Sale"

Can you tell the difference between a Green Acres episode and a Dolly Parton hit?

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CaptainDunsel 10 months ago
13 of 14.
Longtime fan of Dolly Parton, though I have by no means committed her catalogue to memory.
I once test drove an AMC Pacer in which the 8 track player (yes, 8 track) stuttered so badly that Dolly sang with no quaiver in her voice.
PhilMelcher 10 months ago
14/14! I knew some of the dolly songs and some of the episodes. I think I got lucky.
JeffTanner 10 months ago
''You got 9 out of 14'' ---------------Perhaps you are a little more at home on Park Avenue. Better luck next time!
EricFuller 10 months ago
13/14. Regarding the episode where Eleanor (the Douglas' cow) ate the radio, the radio station played the same song that Eb called the station to win a trip to Las Vegas, Illinois.
PhilMelcher EricFuller 10 months ago
Now THAT would've been a perfect spinoff! Las Vegas, Illinois LOL
STTOS 10 months ago
You got 13 out of 14 - Well that score is as big as Dolly's hair. You did marvelous, dahling. Missed #13 but I will definitely take it considering I took an educated guess on about 10 of them.
LindaWilliams 10 months ago
You got 13 out of 14
Well that score is as big as Dolly's hair. You did marvelous, dahling.
Amalthea 10 months ago
13/14. I goofed on the Bargain Store. I'm embarrassed because I know Dolly's music better than that; lifelong fan.
Claude Amalthea 10 months ago
Same here.... Been a Dolly fan since 1969 and I should've gotten that one too.
MrBill 10 months ago
9/14; not bad for having to guess on every question.
RitaSmith 10 months ago
In the first sentence describing the game, whomever wrote it misspelled "glamour." They spelled it "glamor." Friendly reminder: As a sixth grade Language Arts teacher, when you're writing for publication, you must revise and edit! :)
JeffTanner RitaSmith 10 months ago
You are so right! Or correct, in other words.
Wiseguy RitaSmith 10 months ago
Whoever. Whomever would be the object of the verb. A teacher, you say?
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