The true or false TV trivia quiz!

Are these "facts" actually fact?

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When it comes to TV, there's just no limit to how much you can learn. From casting quirks in your favorite shows to little behind-the-scenes tidbits, it's impossible to know all there is to know! There are some practically common sense fun facts, like that many of the actors on M*A*S*H were actual vets. But there are plenty lesser-known trivia bits, like what Cookie Monster's real name is — you'll find that out later in this quiz! 

Are you a TV trivia master? Take the quiz and find out!
  1. Saturday Night Live isn’t the first show called Saturday Night Live.
  2. Saved by the Bell star Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack Morris) is a natural redhead.
  3. Robin says, "Holy ____, Batman!' over 250 times in Batman's three seasons.
  4. Only one of the five dogs that played Lassie lived to be older than 17.
  5. Rod Serling wanted Marlon Brando to read The Twilight Zone’s opening monologue.
  6. The Brady Bunch was the first show to have a toilet in the frame.
  7. The New Yorker satire columnist Andy Borowitz created The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
  8. Though Larry David contributes his voice to a number of characters on Seinfeld, he never actually appears in the show.
  9. Dean Martin wanted to play the Joker in Batman.
  10. Roz in Frasier was originally going to be played by Lisa Kudrow.
  11. Lucille Ball dyed her hair when TV started broadcasting in color.
  12. The pilot for ER was written in 1984, a decade before the show premiered.
  13. The role of Jessie Spano in Saved by the Bell was created just for Elizabeth Berkley.
  14. The Cryptkeeper was controlled by six puppeteers.
  15. Quincy Jones is the cab driver in the opening credits of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
  16. Wile E. Coyote's middle name is Ethelbert.
  17. The Bewitched house was also in I Dream of Jeannie.
  18. Cookie Monster’s actual name is Roger.
  19. Black Eyed Peas singer, Fergie, voiced Peanuts' Sally Brown in the mid-'80s.
  20. Star Trek’s transporters were created as a way to bypass filming the Enterprise taking off and landing over and over again.

The true or false TV trivia quiz!

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