Yes/No: Are these scenes from the first episodes of 1960s shows?

See if you can I.D. the Sixties' biggest TV introductions.

In the 1960s, storytelling on TV deepened, and some of the most memorable moments came from introducing iconic characters in their very first episodes.

Think you can remember how just about every Sixties show got its start?

Scroll through these scenes and see if you can suss out which ones are actually from the first episodes that ever aired of these cherished 1960s hit series. Good luck!
  1. Is this the very first meeting of the castaways once stranded on Gilligan's Island?
  2. Is this the scene where it all went wrong in the first episode of Lost in Space that ever aired?
  3. Is this scene of Alice and the Brady boys from the very first episode of The Brady Bunch?
  4. Is this scene Aunt Bee packing a picnic to win over Opie in the first episode of The Andy Griffith Show?
  5. Is this the scene where Tim meets Uncle Martin for the first time on My Favorite Martian?
  6. Is this tense scene with Dr. McCoy from the first episode of Star Trek that ever aired?
  7. Does the moment when Lisa first sees the farm occur in the first episode of Green Acres?
  8. Does this scene show Perry Mason with his very first client?
  9. Did Rob Petrie bring home ''The Ugliest Dog in the World'' in the very first episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show?
  10. Let's crank things up a notch for the last question. Did Davy Jones lose this sword fight in the very first episode of The Monkees?

Yes/No: Are these scenes from the first episodes of 1960s shows?

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TomTerrrific 5 months ago
I got 9/10. Some were pretty simple. Everybody should know that Gilligan's Island and Andy Griffith were in black and white their first seasons. And I know Perry Mason was a LOT thinner than that when he started out! :)
EllisClevenger 5 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
You sure know how to wind the clock back when it comes to the Sixties!
I call a foul on question #10.
(That's the one I missed.)
JLTitus72 5 months ago
I can see where the one with The Monkees would be confusing. It technically wasn't the very first episode, but The Royal Flush was the first episode that aired.
Kenson 5 months ago
10/10. #4 a guess.
EllisClevenger Kenson 5 months ago
You still did well.
The Andy Griffith Show had B/W episodes starting out. Maybe you remembered.
Greg 5 months ago
9/10 The Monkees should be in the R&R Hall of Fame
JLTitus72 Greg 5 months ago
I couldn't agree more.
JeffTanner 6 months ago
You got 7 out of 10 ---------------The Monkees called to say ''hey hey'' what happened!
teire 6 months ago
8/10. Did not know the Monkees and was not a good detective on the Bradys.
AndrewHass 6 months ago
I was 10/10 but on a couple i just guessed.
Pacificsun 6 months ago
I missed #6, yee gads, of all the shows to miss!
nerakr 6 months ago
9/10. Missed the Monkees. Don't watch it.
anthony 6 months ago
6/10.The Monkees called to say,🎢"Hey,hey what happened?🎢 Well what happened was a lot of unlucky guesses.The funniest one was Perry Mason which turned out to be season #8.Hey I was only off by seven years!πŸ˜‹
ndebrabant 6 months ago

You got 10 out of 10
You sure know how to wind the clock back when it comes to the Sixties!
cperrynaples 6 months ago
10/10, and yes comments! [1 and 4] Duh...Color! [2] The sleeping pods. [3] Tiny table, no girls! [5] Martin's jump suit. [6] Who doesn't remember that episode? [7] Lisa's expression, Darling! "I get allergic smelling hay"! [8] Raymond's fat and Barbara changed her hairstyle. [9] First episode was the babysitter. [10] MeTV just ran it! See Stephanie, I CAN pay attention...LOL!!
anthony cperrynaples 6 months ago
#7.(As Oliver and Lisa pull up at the farmhouse for the first time)
Oliver; "Welcome home! Green Acres! That's what i'm going to call it!"(Lisa begins crying)πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
Pacificsun cperrynaples 6 months ago
Blk & Wht (and weight!) were indeed keys. Guessed right on Monkees but never watched it primetime. Can't believe, missed Star Trek, should've known just from his expression!!
cperrynaples Pacificsun 6 months ago
Yeah, they could have called it Bones Goes Bonkers...LOL!
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