'The Honeymooners' features Jackie Gleason as Brooklyn bus driver Ralph Kramden, his wife, Alice (Audrey Meadows), and their neighbors, Ed and Trixie Norton (Art Carney and Joyce Randolph). Frustrated by his working-class status, Ralph often develops get-rich-quick schemes that are, of course, bound to go awry. Though very short tempered and frequently resorting to insults and hollow threats, Ralph is a soft-hearted man who loves his wife and is devoted to his best pal, Ed.
Name the series that featured these St. Nicks.
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Try to guess the classic series from one picture from the credits roll.
Clock in to this quiz to guess the 9 to 5 job of your favorite TV characters.
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How well do you know the homes of your favorite TV characters?
We bet we can tell which TV character best matches your personality.
We give you one frame, you have to guess the show. Good luck!
Let's see if we can find it out based on 10 simple questions.
We show you a picture of TV children. You name their daddy.
Show us how much you know about your favorite TV stars. Can you spot the lie among the truths?
Remember when there were only three TV networks to choose from?
Do you remember what came after the closing credits?
Does Andy, Gilligan, or Lucy have the higher rating?
Is your mom more like a Carol Brady or Thelma Harper?
How well do you pay attention to your favorite TV shows?
Are you more of a Fonzie, Hawkeye, Marcia or Kojak?
Do you know which series finales had the higher ratings? The answers may surprise you!
Who appeared more on your favorite TV shows? The answers may surprise you!
Do you remember where your favorite TV families lived?
Can you guess which show premiered first?
The stars have aligned to tell you which '60s TV character you resemble the most.
Do you know which show has an episode titled, "The Prince of Tomato Juice?"
We give you two actors, and you guess which one towers over the other.
We give you two shows, you guess which one lasted more seasons. Some of these iconic shows definitely should have lasted longer.
Which show featured a murder that involved a kleptomaniac gorilla?
We show you a letter 'B' from a title screen. You name the television series. Easy!
We show you a letter 'A' from a title screen. You name the television series. Easy!
We give you two shows, you guess which one had the higher ratings.
On top of being a housewife, she was a prominent banker and aviation enthusiast.
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A remake of the Jackie Gleason sitcom is being developed for network TV.
We ranked our top three favorites. Now you vote on who should win.
You might be surprised to see which ones were on top.
Here's where your favorite TV characters and families call home.
Which television actor is from your state?
Not every famous actor is buried in Hollywood.
McCarthyism put a dent in many entertainment careers. Thankfully, most of these actors were able to overcome the Red Scare.
Mary, Rhoda, Maxwell Smart, the Bradys and Gilligan were on screens well into the 1990s.
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Wisconsin has 'Happy Days' and Wyoming has, er, 'The Virginian.' See which shows are emblematic of Kansas, Illinois and all the rest.
The pint-sized versions of these classic TV sets almost look too good to be true.
You won't believe which two characters lived blocks away from each other.
How could Mike Brady afford that home with six kids and a maid? You'll find out when you see his salary.
Mayberry, Metropolis and 'Star Trek' have a lot more in common than you think.
The reasoning behind some of these replacements is fascinating. We forgot this actress was blacklisted from Hollywood.
Only someone of Jackie Gleason's stature could get away with this.
The Great One had a round house, soundproofed hotel rooms, a fear of flying, and the most successful pop album of all time.
Do you remember these top TV moments of the '70s?
Could our favorite TV characters really afford the homes they lived in?