This Nineties TV theme song quiz is all that and a bag of chips

Word! Remember these singers, lyrics, titles and whatever?


Like, wow. The 1990s sure had some totally awesome theme songs. From covers of classic rock tunes to memorable instrumentals, this TV music came in all sorts of flavors. 

Test your knowledge of Nineties television trivia! See if you can pass this challenge.

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  1. This Frasier actor sang the theme song "Tossed Salads & Scrambled Eggs."
  2. 'The Wonder Years' featured Joe Cocker singing "With a Little Help from My Friends," a Sixties classic originally recorded by…?
  3. The "slap bass" theme music heard on 'Seinfeld' was played on this instrument by composer Jonathan Wolff.
  4. Fill in the blank from "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" with the correct city: "In West ________ born and raised…"
  5. Complete the title of the 'Drew Carey Show' theme song with the correct city: "_______ Rocks"
  6. "Simpsons Theme" composer Danny Elfman was the frontman of this '80s new-wave band.
  7. This band performed the catchy 'Friends' theme song, "I'll Be There for You."
  8. Complete this lyrics from "The Nanny Named Fran": "She's the lady in red when everybody else is wearing _______."
  9. Which star of 'Mad About You' co-wrote the sitcom's theme song, "Final Frontier"?
  10. Cheap Trick performed "In the Street," the theme song of 'That '70s Show', but which 1970s band originally wrote and recorded the song?
  11. Love Spit Love performed "How Soon Is Now?" the theme song of 'Charmed', but which 1980s indie band originally wrote and performed it?
  12. What is the name of the vocal group that sang "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?"
  13. Complete this rhyme from the 'Saved by the Bell' theme song: "If the teacher pops a test, I know I'm in a _______!"
  14. Angelo Badalamenti composed the moody, beautiful theme song to 'Twin Peaks'. What was it called?
  15. Paul Cole's "I Don't Want to Wait" — the theme from 'Dawson's Creek' — spent how many weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart?

This Nineties TV theme song quiz is all that and a bag of chips

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Jeffrey 4 months ago
"9 out of 15" "Whatever. You'll get them next time."
KaytGreen 18 months ago
14/15 I guess you'd have to be a genius to know how long the Dawson's Creek theme song was on the top 100 list.
VaughnBaskin 35 months ago
Uh MeTV it's Paula Cole that sung this this song, and not Paul Cole.
Sung WHAT song?
I Don't Wanna Wait.
DerekBird 35 months ago
13 out of 15
You remember the '90s as if it were only yesterday!

Thankfully "The 90s Look" is where it belongs - in the past.
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DerekBird 35 months ago
I believe you mean Paula Cole.
bubbasmith 35 months ago
15 out of 15
You remember the '90s as if it were only yesterday!
JERRY6 38 months ago
8 of 15 better than i thought i would do
CouchPotato19 47 months ago
Best theme was "Falling" from Twin Peaks!!!
FatOlBroad 48 months ago
12/15. Too many shows I never watched.
DerekBird FatOlBroad 35 months ago
Too many shows I never wanted to watch.
MarkSpeck 48 months ago
12 out of 15. I had no idea what instrument was used in the Seinfeld theme, what group sang the Carmen San Diego song or how long Paula Cole's song was on the chart. The rest I got, no problem.
ErinWard 48 months ago
8/15. Didn't do so well. I didn't watch alot of them.
HopeDuchaine 48 months ago
10/15. I didn't watch that many.
thedude1500 48 months ago
12/15 It's interesting that the Replacements were a choice on no. 7 (no I didn't pick them), while Big Star was the correct answer for 10. The Replacements once sang "I never travel too far, without a little Big Star." Someone needs to use a Mats song for a theme.
MarkSpeck thedude1500 48 months ago
I'm pretty certain that, early on, That '70's Show featured the Big Star version in the opening credits.
JeanInTN 48 months ago
9 out of 15. Still better than I expected to do, since I don't like many of the 90s shows. Please stick to the good, old, true classics! There are plenty of older shows which aren't on anywhere; it would be great if you could pick up some of them.
TheresaDanzLee 48 months ago
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