Can you tell the difference between dreams and reality on The Dick Van Dyke Show?

Did these things really happen to the characters or are they just in in someone’s mind?

Along with being a hilarious workplace and family sitcom, The Dick Van Dyke Show sprinkled in many instances of absurdity and surreality. Sometimes the wackiness was really happening to the characters and sometimes it was just something they dreamed up.

Can you tell which of these images are from a dream sequence and which ones really happened to the characters on the show?

  1. Is this a dream or reality?
  2. Is this a dream or reality?
  3. Is this a dream or reality?
  4. Is this a dream or reality?
  5. Is this a dream or reality?
  6. Is this a dream or reality?
  7. Is this a dream or reality?
  8. Is this a dream or reality?
  9. Is this a dream or reality?
  10. Is this a dream or reality?
  11. Is this a dream or reality?
  12. Is this a dream or reality?

Can you tell the difference between dreams and reality on The Dick Van Dyke Show?

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EllisClevenger 5 months ago
You got 11 out of 12
Did the right answers spill out or were you lost in a dream?
Missed #10
realdealradio 6 months ago
12/12. A little observation; Gary Marshall and Jerry Bellson gave us an early preview of "Laverne & Shirley" with their final-season-penned episode, "Long Night's Journey Into Day". Laura & Millie. Priceless.
JDnHuntsvilleAL 11 months ago
12 out of 12 of course. This is one of my ALL TIME FAVORITE shows. I really wish they had made more than just the 5 years.
moodymax 11 months ago
12/12 My all-time favorite episode was "It may look like a walnut" and the best line was uttered by Danny Thomas, "What is a Danny Thomas!". This is the best program ever!
Andy 12 months ago
"Go to Washing-ton to see the bunny!"
MikefromJersey 12 months ago
12 for 12. Danny Thomas gave me a whole bag of walnuts for not missing a question.
Don't you mean Kolak gave you a whole bag of walnuts?
You are right. But Kojack did give me a bag of lollipops.
RosalindLeeWheeler 12 months ago
12/12 I remembered these very well.
Hi Rosealind,
I recall them too, but I'll be darned if I can remember one episode of The New Dick Van
Dyke Show, where he was married to Hope Lange. Maybe MeTV will run it.
wcwiek 12 months ago
One Of my Favorite TV Shows...
MadMadMadWorld 13 months ago
12/12. My all-time favorite sitcom from any decade. Can't beat those fantastic characters, acting, writing, and storylines. Plus, the most gorgeous handsome married couple ever seen on network television. Love those wonderful pics MeTV highlighted! The best was Mary with the two-color hair, and Mary coming out of the closet swimming in the walnuts! You don't see comedy gold as those images, or will ever again! R.I.P. to all main characters on The Dick Van Dyke Show except Dick (now 94; will be 95 on Dec. 14), and Larry Mathews, as 'Ritchie Petrie' (born on Aug. 15, 1955; now 65!).
I left out #4, the only Christmas episode the show did with the great music pieces, and with that great song Mary and Dick sang to each other, but airing in the saddest Christmas year I knew, "The Alan Brady Show Presents" (airing Dec. 18, 1963), less than a month after the Nov. 22 shocking murder of President Kennedy. Mary and Dick were TVs answer to the President and Jacqueline, in looks, talent, and class. No other TV couple were so well matched or had so much chemistry with the one real-life exception of Lucy and Desi, but they were older and Lucy was not as gorgeous as the 24-year-old Mary was in her first year (1961) as Laura. Trviia: the pilot for The Dick Van Dyke Show ("The Sick Boy and the Sitter") was filmed on Friday, Jan. 20, 1961, the same day President Kennedy was inaugurated! How many people know that? It did not air until Oct. 3, but it was filmed on Jan. 20. Look at the Trivia section at the bottom of this reference:
scp 13 months ago
12 out of 12. The images remind one, however, of how often they went for the absurd on this show; that's probably why I like it so much.
Laurean 13 months ago
11/12 Mary Tyler Moore as Laura had a huge & positive influence on me as an adolescent, and I loved The Mary Tyler Moore Show later on.
Jon 13 months ago
12/12 - There were 5 episodes on this show with dream sequences, so I knew anything not in 1 of them was "reality".
Robert 13 months ago
12/12. This was an easy one because Dick Van Dyke was my favorite show when I was a kid! I still love it!!
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