Was this a Beatles song or a Brady Bunch episode?

Can you tell the difference between the Fab Four and the six siblings? Johnny Bravo and John Lennon?

Beatles images: A Hard Day's Night / Apple Corps Ltd. / Universal Music Group

The Fab Four and the… Super Groovy Six Siblings? Nifty Nine? Whatever you want to nickname the Brady Bunch, they are undeniably a pop-culture phenomenon just like the Beatles. Heck, the Brady Kids probably performed more concerts in America than the Beatles (who only played like 40 gigs in the States). 

Both the Beatles and the Bradys like to sing about sunshine. The British legends had a song called "Hello, Goodbye." The blended family had an episode called "Goodbye, Alice, Hello." 

Those are not the only similar-sounding titles. See if you can suss out if these are Beatles songs or Brady Bunch episodes. 

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  1. "Dear Libby"
  2. "I'm a Loser"
  3. "The Winner"
  4. "The Hero"
  5. "I Don't Want to Spoil the Party"
  6. "Good Day Sunshine"
  7. "Her Majesty"
  8. "Katchoo"
  9. "Sorry, Right Number"
  10. "You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)"
  11. "Juliet is the Sun"
  12. "I'll Cry Instead"
  13. "She's a Woman"
  14. "Never Too Young"
  15. "You're Never too Old"
  16. "Old Brown Shoe"
  17. "P.S. I Love You"
  18. "Run for Your Life"
  19. "Every Boy Does It Once"
  20. "You're Going to Lose That Girl"
  21. "Call Me Irresponsible"
  22. "The Night Before"
  23. "Sea of Monsters"

Was this a Beatles song or a Brady Bunch episode?

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savoycheer 1 day ago
23/23 Way too easy. Like taking candy from a baby.
Kim 3 days ago
20/23 Oh well, I was more of a Dave Clark 5 fan.
savoycheer Kim 1 day ago
Nothing wrong being a fan of the DC5. Although I'm a huge Beatles fan, I still like the music of the Dave Clark Five.
CurtAlliaume 3 days ago
Regarding "Sea of Monsters:" if the song isn't performed by any of the Beatles, and it's not written by any of the Beatles, how exactly is it a Beatles song?
You're correct, it's not a Beatles song as none of the Beatles wrote, recorded, or even produced this song.
Patrick 5 days ago
"Sea of Monsters" was part of the "Yellow Submarine" soundtrack but it was performed by the orchestra (which I think was conducted by George Martin) and not by the Beatles themselves...
DavidBarker 6 days ago
You got 18 out of 23...thought i'd do better
RobertMBlevins 7 days ago
22/23 Missed the last one. But then I never liked the Yellow Submarine album much anyway, except for the artwork.
FrankCollins 7 days ago
How many fans of the Beatles ever watched even one Brady episode? Give me a break.
You presume to speak for everyone? Give me a break.
Tammy 7 days ago
Aced The last one almost got me.
Sally 7 days ago
20 out of 23 And I thought I knew my Beatles! LOL
Wiseguy 7 days ago
Should have had "Why Don't We Do It in the Road?" on there. Can picture Greg and Marcia singing it.
RoberttheWallace 7 days ago
My bad--I meant to say " No compos mentis " with the Beatles/Brady Bunch comparison!
RoberttheWallace 7 days ago
22/23--not too shabby; what is the mindset though, of correlating one of the greatest rock bands with one of the Absolute Worst TV Series ever! No copus mentis here!
MarkSpeck 7 days ago
22 out of 23. I thought I knew my Beatles titles well enough to cruise through this. Evidently, I don't know the Yellow Submarine soundtrack album, otherwise I would've known "Sea of Monsters"!
srstein 7 days ago
16/23. Hey this is Ancient History!
Brian 7 days ago
Comparing one of the greatest bands with one of the worst TV shows? HUH???!!!
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