Yes/No: Are these scenes from the first episodes of 1970s TV shows?

Remember the first time you spied Hawkeye?

Some of TV's best-loved shows premiered in the 1970s. From The Jeffersons to M*A*S*H, these shows dominated the culture of an entire decade.

Did you catch the first episodes of the Seventies' biggest shows?

Below, see if you can tell the difference between the first episode of 1970s TV series and moments snagged from later episodes. Consider what you know about what happened in the first episode. 

Only the biggest '70s fans will do a little dance at the end of this one. Good luck!
  1. Is this scene from the first episode of M*A*S*H?
  2. Is this scene from the first episode of Wonder Woman?
  3. Is this scene from the first episode of Charlie's Angels?
  4. Is this scene from the first episode of The Bob Newhart Show?
  5. Is this scene from the first episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show?
  6. Is this scene from the first episode of The Jeffersons?
  7. Is this scene from the first episode of WKRP in Cincinnati?
  8. Is this scene from the first episode of Happy Days?
  9. Is this scene from the first episode of Taxi?
  10. Is this scene from the first episode of Diff'rent Strokes?
Yes/No: Are these scenes from the first episodes of 1970s TV shows?

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bcalworth 1 day ago
I gotta disagree with the Happy Days one - the pilot or first episode was "Love and the Happy Days"
on "Love, American Style," where the father was Harold Gould. So technically, no, this is not from the first episode of Happy Days. When the show went to series, then Tom Bosley and Erin Moran showed up in the show - I thought this was a trick one because of the whole Love, American Style deal. The first episode of all shows is the pilot - this just happened to appear on another show.
Geronimo 2 days ago
I got hung up....................7/10
MrBill 3 days ago
7/10; I did not watch WKRP or M*A*S*H and missed those but I blew the last one which I did watch and should have gotten right. For some reason I thought the boys were a bit younger than depicted when the show started.
Tresix 3 days ago
9/10, only missing "The Bob Newhart Show" pic.
Bobbo Tresix 3 days ago
Same here.
booster 3 days ago
10/10 and guessed at 5 of them.
Geronimo booster 2 days ago
i think you guessed all of them
DawnGraham 4 days ago
9/10, missed #2. Thought it was a flashback.
MrsPhilHarris 4 days ago
Missed Bob Newhart and Wonder Woman.
JeffTanner 4 days ago
You got 8 out of 10 -------------Do a little dance!
SheriHeffner 4 days ago
8 out of 10. I missed MASH and Bob Newhart. Even though I loved Bob Newhart.
Barry22 4 days ago
8/10, and I guessed on a few.
cperrynaples 4 days ago
10/10! And no, I'd rather not dance!
harlow1313 5 days ago
I chose The Hucklebuck for my dance step.
Barry22 harlow1313 4 days ago
"Do the Hucklebuck, Do the Hucklebuck" just like Ralph and Norton.
anthony 5 days ago
9/10.It says "Do a little dance".I usually reserve those for when I get a perfect score,but if you insist.πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ
SheriHeffner anthony 4 days ago
Put me on some music from the 1980's and I'll gladly dance, especially Culture Club.
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