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PostPosted: Thu Nov 01, 2018 5:30 am 
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Season 1, Episode 14
11/1/2018

The 1970s

Casting Call

Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley
10. Beth Davenport
11. Joyce Davenport
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr.
13. Doug Lawrence

a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco

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1. Lou Grant
2. The odd Couple
3. WKRP in Cincinnatti
4. Taxi
5. McCloud
6. Columbo
7. nope
8. nope
9. John Bosley - Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport - The Rockford Files
11. Joyce Davenport - Hill St. Blues
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr.- The Paper Chase
13. Doug Lawrence - Family
14. Joe Namath
15. (Hold me closer) Tony Danza
16. nope
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Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price
LOU GRANT
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner
THE ODD COUPLE
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman
WKRP IN CINCINNATI
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo
TAXI

Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.
McCLOUD
6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".
THE ROCKFORD FILE
7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.
8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".

Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley
CHARLIE'S ANGELS
10. Beth Davenport
THE ROCKFORD FILES
11. Joyce Davenport
HILL STREET BLUES
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr.
THE PAPER CHASE
13. Doug Lawrence
FAMILY

Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.
JOE NAMATH
15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.
TONY DANZA
16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.

The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
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[Reveal] Spoiler:
Decades: PrimeTime
Season 1, Episode 14
11/1/2018

The 1970s

Casting Call

Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price

Lou Grant

2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner

The Odd Couple

3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman

WKRP in Cincinnati

4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo

Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.

McCloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".

The Rockford Files

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.

Banacek

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".




Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley

a. Charlie's Angels

10. Beth Davenport

e. The Rockford Files

11. Joyce Davenport

c. Hill St. Blues

12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr.

d. The Paper Chase

13. Doug Lawrence

b. Family


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.

Joe Namath

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.

Taxi

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.

Bob...something...why can't I remember...and why do the names Beamon and Backlund,,who was a pro wrestler..keep interfering? :lol:


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco

sheesh, I'd have guessed they ALL were. I'll say Barnaby Jones


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Casting Call
Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price Lou Grant
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman WKRP in Cincinnati
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.McCloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".The Rockford Files

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.Banacek

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".Harry O


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley a
10. Beth Davenporte
11. Joyce Davenportc
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr.d
13. Doug Lawrenceb

a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders. Joe Namath

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.Tony Danza

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.Bob Seagren


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco


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I Love the 70s! wrote:
Decades: PrimeTime
Season 1, Episode 14
11/1/2018

The 1970s

Casting Call

Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman WKRP in Cincinnati
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD. Maccloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses". Mannix

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley a
10. Beth Davenport e
11. Joyce Davenport c
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr. d
13. Doug Lawrence b

a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC. Mr T

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981. Mark Spitz


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco this

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Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner
The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman
WKRP in Cincinnati
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo
Taxi

Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.
McCloud
6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".
7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.
Banacek
8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".
Magnum PI

Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley
a. Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport
e. The Rockford Files
11. Joyce Davenport
c. Hill St. Blues
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr.
d. The Paper Chase
13. Doug Lawrence
b. Family

Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.
Tony Danza
16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco

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Casting Call
Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price Lou Grant
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD. McCloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods. Banacek

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport Family
11. Joyce Davenport Hill St. Blues
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr. The Paper Chase
13. Doug Lawrence The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"

Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"? Barnaby Jones


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The 1970s

Casting Call
Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price. Lou Grant
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman WKRP in Cincinnati
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD. McCloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses". Rockford Files

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods. Banasczek

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer". Ironside


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley. Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport Rockford Files
11. Joyce Davenport. Hill Street Blues
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr. The Paper Chase
13. Doug Lawrence Family

a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders. Joe Namath

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC. Tony Danza

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981. Bob Seagren


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco



Total points: 40

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The 1970s

Casting Call
Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner - The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo - Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer". - Ironsides?


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley - A
10. Beth Davenport - C
11. Joyce Davenport - D
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr. - E
13. Doug Lawrence - B

a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC. - Tony Danza?

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981. - Caitlyn Jenner


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco

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Decades: PrimeTime
Season 1, Episode 14
11/1/2018

The 1970s

Casting Call
Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price


2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner
The Odd Couple

3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman
WKRP

4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo
Taxi



Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.
McCloud


6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".
The Rockford Files


7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.
Banacek


8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".




Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley
Charlie's Angels

10. Beth Davenport
The Rockford Files

11. Joyce Davenport
Hill St. Blues

12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr.
The Paper Chase

13. Doug Lawrence
Family


a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.
Don Meredith


15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.
Randall Tex Cobb


16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.
Bruce Jenner



The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?


Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco

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1.) Lou Grant, 2.) The Odd Couple, 3.) WKRP In Cincinnati, 4.) Taxi. 6.) The Rockford Files. 9.) Charlie's Angels, 10.) The Rockford Files, 11.) Hill Street Blues, 12.) The Paper Chase, 13.) Family. 15.) Tony Danza. 18.) Mannix.


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[Reveal] Spoiler: "I Love the 70s!"
Decades: PrimeTime
Season 1, Episode 14
11/1/2018

The 1970s

Casting Call

Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price
Lou Grant
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner
The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman
WKRP in Cincinatti (They always focused on Jennifer as the sex symbol, but I always had a thing for Bailey)
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo
Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.
McCloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".
The Rockford Files

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.
Banacek

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".
Harry O


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley
a. Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport
e. The Rockford Files
11. Joyce Davenport
c. Hill St. Blues
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr.
b. Family
13. Doug Lawrence
d. The Paper Chase


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.
Joe Namath

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.
Hold Me Closer, Tony Danza

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.
Bruce Jenner


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco

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Decades: PrimeTime
Season 1, Episode 14
11/1/2018

The 1970s

Casting Call

Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price Lou Grant
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman WKRP in Cincinnati
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD. McCloud (cue Crow T. Robot)

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses". The Rockford Files

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods. Banacek

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer". Harry O


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport The Rockford Files
11. Joyce Davenport Hill Street Blues
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr. The Paper Chase
13. Doug Lawrence Family

a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders. Fran Tarkenton

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC. Who's the Boss

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981. Bob Seagren


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco

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Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price - LOU GRANT
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner - THE ODD COUPLE
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman - WKRP IN CINCINNATI
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo -TAXI


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.

MCCLOUD

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".

THE ROCKFORD FILES

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.

BANECEK

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".

NOPE

Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley - a. Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport - e. The Rockford Files
11. Joyce Davenport - c. Hill St. Blues
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr. - d. The Paper Chase
13. Doug Lawrence - b. Family

Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.

JOE NAMATH

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.

TONY DANZA

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.

BOB SEAGREN


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones


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Decades: PrimeTime
Season 1, Episode 14
11/1/2018

The 1970s

Casting Call

Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner -- The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman -- Cincinnati WKRP
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo -- Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD. McCloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses." Rockford Files.

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer."


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley a. Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport e. The Rockford Files
11. Joyce Davenport c. Hill St. Blues
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr. d. The Paper Chase
13. Doug Lawrence b. Family

Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.

Tony Danza

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones

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Total points: 40

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[Reveal] Spoiler: The perils of a wasted youth.
Casting Call
Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman WKRP in Cincinnati
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD. McCloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses". The Rockford Files

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods. Banacek

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer". Magnum, P.I.


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport The Rockford Files
11. Joyce Davenport Hill Street Blues
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr. The Paper Chase
13. Doug Lawrence Family

a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders. Joe Namath

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.


The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix This one
The Streets of San Francisco

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Decades: PrimeTime
Season 1, Episode 14
11/1/2018

The 1970s

Casting Call
Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price

The White Shadow

2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner

The Odd Couple

3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman

WKRP In Cincinnati

4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo

Taxi

Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.

McCloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".

Columbo

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.

Kojak

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".

Cannon

Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley

Charlie's Angels

10. Beth Davenport

Family

11. Joyce Davenport

Hill Street Blues (I thought this was an '80s show)

12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr.

The Paper Chase

13. Doug Lawrence

The Rockford Files

a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.

Joe Namath

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.

Tony Danza

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.

Bruce Jenner

The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco

Cannon


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Decades: PrimeTime
Season 1, Episode 14
11/1/2018

The 1970s

Casting Call

Identify the 70s show based on the names of the characters. Two points each.

1. Charlie Hume, Joe Rossi, Margaret Pynchon, Dennis "Animal" Price - Lou Grant
2. Felix Unger, Oscar Madison, Miriam Welby, Myrna Turner - The Odd Couple
3. Andy Travis, Bailey Quarters, Jennifer Marlowe, Les Nessman - WKRP in Cincinnati
4. Alex Rieger, Jim Ignatowski, Latka Gravas, Elaine Nardo - Taxi


Watching the Detectives
Name the 70s TV detective show that best fits each description (three points each):

5. A horse-riding Marshall from Taos, New Mexico, gets assigned to the 27th Precinct of Manhattan's NYPD.
McCloud

6. A So. California detective specializes in solving "closed" police cases, and charges "$200 a day, plus expenses".
The Rockford Files

7. A Polish-American antiques restorer from Boston freelances as a P.I. for insurance companies and specializes in tracking down stolen goods.
Banacek

8. A downbeat former cop who draws a disability pension, drives an old Austin MG that's usually in the shop and lives alone in a beach house where's he's rebuilding his boat, "The Answer".
Harry-O


Your honor, I object!
Match these famous TV lawyers to the correct TV show listed below (2 points each):

9. John Bosley - a. Charlie's Angels
10. Beth Davenport - e. The Rockford Files
11. Joyce Davenport - c. Hill St. Blues (not the 70s, my mistake)
12. Charles W. Kingfield, Jr. - d. The Paper Chase
13. Doug Lawrence - b. Family

a. Charlie's Angels
b. Family
c. Hill St. Blues
d. The Paper Chase
e. The Rockford Files


Athletes in "Action!"
Name the following athletes-turned-actors (two points each):

14. A former NFL QB got his own short-lived series in 1978 called The Waverly Wonders.
Joe Namath

15. A boxer with a 9-3 professional record turned to acting and scored a solid ensemble sitcom gig as the character Anthony Mark Banta in 1978 on ABC.
Tony Danza (directions say to name the actor, not the show)

16. A former Olympian was Billy Crystal's gay lover in "Soap" from 1977-1981.
Bob Seagren

The Mighty Quinn Bonus (four points)

18. Which of these popular 70s shows was not "A Quinn Martin Production"?
Barnaby Jones
Cannon
Mannix
The Streets of San Francisco

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Points:

panic ~~ 40 Surprise!
krox ~~ 37
melly ~~ 33
mrkelley ~~ 32
tangredi ~~ 32
esto ~~ 30
tbone ~~ 29
weasel ~~ 29
Bob#s ~~ 29
triviawayne ~~ 29
BiT ~~ 29
hotseat ~~ 27
catfish ~~ 24
sprots ~~ 24
a non ~~ 19
beebs ~~ 19
jarnon ~~ 18
lb ~~ 10


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I've had a busy couple of days, I know I'm late, but I didn't see any answers before I did this, hoping you can still count the points:

1.
2. the odd couple
3. wkrp in cincinnati
5. taxi
6. mcccloud
7. banachek
8. harry-o
9. charlie's angels
10. the rockford files
11. hill street blues
12. the paper chase
13. family
14. joe nameth
15. tony danza
16.
17. there is no question 17
18. the streets of san francisco


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triviawayne wrote:
I've had a busy couple of days, I know I'm late, but I didn't see any answers before I did this, hoping you can still count the points:



They do.


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I Love Decades! wrote:
triviawayne wrote:
I've had a busy couple of days, I know I'm late, but I didn't see any answers before I did this, hoping you can still count the points:



They do.


Thank you ... and not just for the points, but for the entire game


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