You're the ultimate classic TV fan if you can score 10/12 on this quiz

These tough questions were designed to stump even the most tuned-in viewers in TV history.

Classic TV fans don't need old TV guides to know: TV was just better back in the old days. If you agree, this quiz is for you.

Here, we've pulled together questions that would stump the casual classic TV fan, but not you. Feeling confident? Take this classic TV quiz that's designed to stump even the biggest fan.

Only the most tuned-in viewers over TV history can score 10/12. Good luck!

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  1. Can you spot the one thing wrong in this 'I Love Lucy' screen shot?
  2. Can you name this little guy we met in Beaver's class on 'Leave It to Beaver'?
  3. This iconic gun dubbed “The Mare’s Leg” appeared in which TV Western?
  4. Can you identify the sitcom that featured these shoes in the show's opening credits?
  5. Can you name the sitcom where this guy was the big boss man the family had to deal with?
  6. Speaking of sitcom jobs, do you recognize this office that looks more like a home than a workplace? Which show conducted business here?
  7. In an ongoing soap opera spoof on 'Carol Burnett and Friends,' Burnett played Marion of Canoga Falls. What was the name of this phony soap?
  8. Remember which show featured this raucous beach party scene?
  9. Let's talk family cars, can you name the sitcom family that wheeled around in this wild ride?
  10. Don Knotts returned in season eight for "Barney Hosts a Summit Meeting." It was the highest rated episode of the entire series. Can you spot the one thing wrong in this screen shot from this famous episode of 'The Andy Griffith Show'?
  11. This one takes a sharp eye. Which classic sitcom featured a roommate whose room had this wallpaper pattern?
  12. Last question. What was the name of the seafood restaurant above Cheers? It was named after a famous author.

You're the ultimate classic TV fan if you can score 10/12 on this quiz

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John111911Smith 4 months ago
Missed #11 but I'm still an ultimate Classic TV fan! Yeaah!
TexasGreek 9 months ago
You got 11 out of 12
Missed #11
EllisClevenger 12 months ago
You got 11 out of 12
Ultimate TV fan! You're totally tuned in to every last detail of classic TV.
Missed #10.
I know, I know.
Haste makes waste.
EllisClevenger 27 months ago
You got 11 out of 12
Ultimate TV fan! You're totally tuned in to every last detail of classic TV.
Missed #11.
FrankCollins 28 months ago
You did not have a comment section about your contest about props. So I will comment here. Perhaps the ultimate TV prop is Fonzie's leather jacket. It is in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, and I have seen it there. The Happy Days show had da Fonz in a sweater in the first episode, because they were afraid of backlash that the leather jacket meant he was a criminal hoodlum. Luckily, they changed their mind, and decided to be historically accurate. But you failed to include another totally iconic prop in your quiz, which is also in the aforementioned museum, and that is Archie Bunker's chair.








MaryHelen 28 months ago
#11 is incorrect question-- Laverne and Shirley shared a room
EllisClevenger MaryHelen 27 months ago
I agree.
That's the one I missed.
JeffTanner 28 months ago
Hey MeTV staff, Did you put the wrong year on this quiz? At the top it says January 4 2018, But the 4 comments are dated 25 days ago and 3 months ago. And mine is from today, March 29th 2019. And this is March 29th 2019. So what is going on?
I think what happened is what I've noticed in the past: When I've run across quizzes from a year or so ago, METV I've noticed has removed the comments. I don't know why they do this, but this is what I've noticed. Perhaps its not their doing, but this is how Disqus operates. Only so many comments can be "saved" once the amount has been filled so to speak, they dump them and wipe the slate clean to make room for new comments.
EllisClevenger JeffTanner 27 months ago
When MeTV decided to change comment form, from Disqus to what we have now, all comments under Disqus were removed.
If you find a quiz before the change, you might find a comment, from me, stating a few days ago, on a quiz from 2018.
JeffTanner 28 months ago
You got 12 out of 12 ----------Ultimate TV fan! You're totally tuned in to every last detail of classic TV.
rycki1138 29 months ago
10 out of 12
Ultimate TV fan! You're totally tuned in to every last detail of classic TV.
ndebrabant 31 months ago
You got 11 out of 12
Ultimate TV fan! You're totally tuned in to every last detail of classic TV.
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