Match these TV theme songs lyrics to the correct character!

Who are they singing about here?

These TV theme songs have been stuck in your head for ages. You might know every word.

But do you know who is being described in the lyrics?

We pulled some specific lines from classic television tunes. See if you can match them to the correct character.

  1. Which Brady is "the youngest one in curls"?
  2. Who was "a poor mountaineer, barely kept his family fed"?
  3. Who was in her "satin tights, fighting for your rights"?
  4. Who has "been in trouble with the law since the day they was born"?
  5. "Who can turn the world on with her smile?"
  6. "A hot dog makes her lose control!"
  7. Who was the "new boy in the neighborhood, lives downstairs and it's understood"?
  8. "I bet we've been together for a million years," this couple sang.
  9. Who sang, "I've been on fire with Sally Field"?
  10. He had the "speed of lightning, roar of thunder / fighting all who rob and plunder!"
  11. "He packed his star as he wandered far, where the only law was a hook and a draw."
  12. She sang, "I cooked and cleaned and went out of my head."
  13. "A man is born, he's a man of means."
  14. "He wore a cane and derby hat."

Match these TV theme songs lyrics to the correct character!

Your Result...

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MadMadMadWorld 3 days ago
The easiest was easily #1, 2, 5, and 6. If you didn't get those 4, you were not a real tv fan!
#6 with "a hot dog makes her lose control" is the funniest theme song line ever created, it is so ridiculously outrageous! I loved The Patty Duke Show" (1963-66), and wish it could have gone on at least 1 more year.
We lost Patty, dad "Martin" William Schallert, and boyfriend "Richard" Eddie Applegate all in 2016, with Patty (at 69) dying in March, then William (at 91) in May and Eddie in October at 81. He was already 28, playing a teen, when the series started in 1963.
I forgot to add that FETV (Family Entertainment TV) has notified its viewers on its web site it has picked up "The Patty Duke Show" starting a week from this Monday, Nov. 2, at 7am CT. I'll be glad to see it for the first time in many years out of what I receive on my cable networks syndicated sitcoms! It's too bad, MeTV did not grab it!
Wenatchee7 10 days ago
My farther used me that if I did as well in school as I do remembering TV theme songs there was nothing I couldn't do. He was right 14/14. Thanks Dad.
idkwut2use 11 days ago
Also 11 but should’ve been 13, stupid mistakes!
JHP 13 days ago
11/14 also - who is Philip drummond?
BillBradly JHP 12 days ago
The father from “Diff’rent Strokes”
JHP BillBradly 12 days ago
then it makes sense why I shanked that question - never watched it
frenchman71 13 days ago
11/14. Not too good. The ones I got wrong I didn't watch. #7,8, & 13.
120766 13 days ago
I have to POOP
edway57 120766 12 days ago
At least you are honest...lol
GregLemieux 13 days ago
14/14. I used to listen to CDs of theme songs on my way to work.
ChapSchoon 13 days ago
14/14. The only reason I got Number 11 is that I listen to "The Essential Johnny Cash" quite often.
BigE 14 days ago
13 of 14. Missed Johnny Yuma
Bob BigE 13 days ago
Same here.
Fred_Clampett 14 days ago
12 of 14...a lot of guessing. But a win's a win.
DouglasMorris 14 days ago
13/14! missed number 11 which did me in.
Missed that one too. Never watched any of those shows.
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