The 10 hardest quiz questions that almost everyone missed in 2019

These were the most missed questions of the year. Can you answer them?

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  1. The Mickey Mouse ______
  2. The were the original blended family.
  3. This big family seems to be in a big predicament.
    Image: Etsy
  4. The 1993 TV movie 'The Long Ride' was the third sequel to a 1987 reunion of which Western?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  5. This "Brat Pack" actor became a tabloid regular in the 1980s. His breakthrough role was in this teen comedy.
  6. Some bake. She starred on her own sitcom as…?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  7. This character said, "I'm taking my hometown home! C'mon! …I got it! Honolulu!"
  8. The Honeymooners made their debut in 1951 as a sketch on this DuMont network series hosted by Jackie Gleason.
  9. This '80s sitcom family wore meat in a St. Patrick's Day episode titled "Superstition."
  10. Character actor Slim Pickens appeared in Bonanza as Big Jim Leyton and played a Western lawman in this commercial for what?

The 10 hardest quiz questions that almost everyone missed in 2019

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TravisBalling 13 months ago
Question 1. should be Mickey Mouse Club. 2. is a picture of the Brady's, and it is the same picture used for the Brady's in the Big Family Quiz. 7. Nurse Kellye is from Hawaii, Zelmo Zale was from New Jersey.
Cowgirl 19 months ago
Some of the answers are wrong. It was the Mickey Mouse Club, the picture in #2 is of the Bradys & Nurse Kellye not Zelmo Zale is from Hawaii.
EllisClevenger 29 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
How many did you get right? There's no shame in missing these! About 90% of all people did!
Missed #4
Mike 38 months ago
9 of 10. There are some really hard ones here.
JanMMitchell 39 months ago
I got 7 out of 10 hard questions.
WILD 39 months ago
You got 7 out of 10
How many did you get right? There's no shame in missing these! About 90% of all people did!
Thomas 39 months ago
4 out of 10. I'm going to have to trust my instincts -- I would have gotten at least two more correct if I had.
Flash Thomas 38 months ago
HopeChinWah 39 months ago
That was hard 1 out of 10 for me
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jpdirisio13 39 months ago
MichaelSkaggs 39 months ago
Six out of ten. I missed 4, 6, 9, and 10. (Paragraph) Rod Serling died in 1975 while on the operating table. I believe it was for a heart bypass. When they tried to transplant the blood vessels to go around his heart they broke and dissolved into pieces when they touched them. He was a 4 pack a day smoker. Plus, it was worse when he had something he'd written on television, while he was watching it he would smoke another half a pack. A full pack for a hour episode.
Jeffrey 39 months ago
2-10 - at least I learned some friggin chinese
JDnHuntsvilleAL 39 months ago
I thought I was a big "Peanuts" fan, but I don't remember CB _ever_ getting a girlfriend, much less one named "Peggy Jean".
Freida was introduced in the early 70s (I think), and was obsessed with her own "naturally curly hair". Charlie Brown never officially had a girlfriend, but he did had a crush on the Little Redhaired Girl, and except for one TV special where she was a homecoming princess or queen named Heather, she was never drawn or named. I have no idea where the name Peggy Jean came from.
He meets Peggy Jean at summer camp, and is so nervous,
tells her his name is "Brownie Charles". She can be seen (and heard) in
It's Christmas Time Again, Charlie Brown.
Muleskinner 39 months ago
4/10. I must have missed them the first time I took those quizzes.
Flash Muleskinner 39 months ago
me too 4/10
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