Try to answer this TV trivia all about money

This one is all about the Benjamins… or quarters, when it comes to Opie's allowance.

This quiz will test your knowledge of cabbage and bread, and we're not talking about food. That's right, this trivia is all about money, money, money. 

From episode and show titles to classic plots, these questions will test your memory bank.

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  1. In the Gilligan's Island episode "Three Million Dollars More or Less," Gilligan wins $3 million from which character in a wager?
  2. In 1978, Robert Urich starred in this TV series with a dollar sign in its name.
  3. What is the name of the "Six Million Dollar Man"?
  4. Complete the title of this 'Twilight Zone' episode from 1960: "Nervous Man in a ______ Dollar Room"
  5. In the 'Wanted: Dead or Alive' episode "Eight Cent Reward", a boy hires bounty hunter Josh Randall to bring in this mythical legend.
  6. When the game show 'Pyramid' premiered in 1973, how much money was in the title?
  7. The boys find a wallet filled with $1,100 in the episode "Treasure of Sierra Avenue" on this sitcom.
  8. This TV detective could be found hanging out in Mother's jazz club and hired for his standard fee of $1,000.
  9. Complete this lyric from the theme song to 'All in the Family': "People seemed to be content / _______ dollars paid the rent"
  10. On 'The Andy Griffith Show', how much does the "Spoiled Kid" collect in allowance each week in "Opie and the Spoiled Kid." Hint: Opie gets 25¢.
  11. Sticking with 'The Andy Griffith Show', how much does Barney have to spend on a car in "Barney's First Car"?
  12. On 'The Beverly Hillbillies', we learn how much money Jed has in the bank in the episode "Clampett's Millions." How much money is in his bank account?
  13. What was the average production budget for an episode of 'Star Trek' in its first season, 1966–67?

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TheBeverlyBunch 2 months ago
10/13 Only knew The Brady Bunch, The Andy Griffith Show, and The Beverly Hillbillies. The rest I guessed.
MadMadMadWorld 3 months ago
What the quiz did not tell you was the money had significantly changed in content and character starting in 1965. Prior to that time from 1792, the dimes, quarters, and half-dollars were all manufactured from the precious metal, silver. 90% of each coin was from silver, 10% from copper to keep the coin from shedding some of the soft metal over time. Secondly, after Aug. 15, 1971, the 'dollar' was no longer redeemable into gold, allowing an unlimited creating of them by the central bank (Federal Reserve banking cartel) into the marketplace, artificially driving up prices. Which is actually reducing its value in the marketplace of that now-fiat paper with ink slapped on it, causing prices to jump up. This had vast economic and social consequences, causing women to enter the working world in vast numbers, leaving their latchkey kids at home either by themselves or from nanny's or sitters. Time to END THE FED and restore the value of a 'dollar' from its original gold standard strength to losing 97% from its 1914 value since the Fed Open Market Committee (FOMC) began operations that regularly creates out of nothing, many more of them. The Fed was also the cause of The Roaring 20s (artificial "boom"), followed by The Great Depression ("crash"). This boom-bust cycle repeats to the detriment of the lower- and middle-classes, but benefits the wealthy and upper-class in a silent re-distribution of wealth from the poor to the rich.
Lillyrose 3 months ago
7 out of 13. Mostly guesses. I only knew the Brady Bunch question.


David 3 months ago
You got 13 out of 13
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RickBox 3 months ago
#10 - I was pretty sure the spoiled kid got 35 cents for his allowance, not 75 cents. At the end of the episode Opie's allowance goes up to 27 cents and it's a big deal.
jo RickBox 3 months ago
The quiz is correct. Arnold Winkler's weekly allowance was .75 He did not have to work for it. This lead to the discussion between Opie and Andy about the "75 cent rule." As Andy pointed out, that was a "pile of money for a young 'un." Barney calculated it to $39 a year.
Jeffrey RickBox 2 months ago
Ronnie Dapo played the perfect brat:)
EllisClevenger 3 months ago
You got 11 out of 13
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Missed #7 and #12.
BobD 3 months ago
11 of 13. A lot of WAG's in there, too!
dethLSMO89 3 months ago
6 out of 13. The 1's I got wrong, I didn't watch the shows mostly. I m glad we can disagree about the words to the theme song 2 All in the Family. Now, we don't even get songs with our TV programs.
Laura 3 months ago
8-13👏 pretty decent 😁
DavidMagoon 3 months ago
When Hanna-Barbera did a Richie Rich cartoon, it dress him up like Archie Andrews, instead of Little Lord Fauntleroy; Gloria also had a costume(?) change.
Strange cartoon. The uber wealthy boy carried a super-robot in his pants.
easter27clark49 3 months ago
Got 13 out of 13 love the channel great old shows
daDoctah 3 months ago
I don't fault myself for missing the Beverly Hillbillies one. Jed Clampett's fortune grew during the years the show was on the air. Between the pilot and the last season his net worth went from $25 million to $95 million.
cperrynaples daDoctah 3 months ago
It certainly did!
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