1.) What TV show featured non-human operatives at different times named Rusty, Chico, and Lucifer
2.) TV anthology character Randy Lane kept having flashbacks of a bar. Who owned this bar?
3.) What British TV series takes its name from the British name for becoming a Queen’s Counsel?
4.) Billy Blaze, Wendy Waters, and Jake Justice are members of what cartoon action group?
5.) A character based on what DC comic’s assassin was featured in the TV show, “Arrow?”
6.) What TV show centers on a family living in Decatur, Georgia?
7.) The Minute Mart, The Arches, and the Queen Victoria pub are all businesses centered in what fictional London borough?
8.) What classic TV series debuted on Thursday night on November 8, 1966 on NBC?
9.) What is the name of the town that Martin Sloan discovers is within walking distance of the gas station he is stuck at?
10.) What TV title character often employed Drake Investigations?
11.) What character does TV paramedic Johnny Gage have portrayed on the inside of his locker?
12.) What company’s logo is displayed on the side of the sleeping quarters on NBC’s “Million Second Quiz?”
13.) What hit TV western was a spin-off of the TV anthology series, “Trackdown?”
14.) Facebook figures prominently in the plot of what 2013 BBC program?
15.) What is the first name of TV character Russell Dunbar’s father?
16.) Which character on “That 70s Show” had parents named Bud and Edna?
17.) What college did Elaine Benes graduate from?
18.) What PBS show uses the song, “Watching The Detectives” as its theme song?
Here are the answers for the previous questions.
1.) What fictional model was shown periodically on the covers of “Elite” and “Beautiful Lady” magazines? Cinnamon Carter
2.) According to a 2013 TV commercial, Red Meg and Little Lilly were parts of what fictional music combo? Five Fine Fillies
3.) Who portrayed Victoria Barkley’s old friend Elaine Jason? Jeanne Cooper
4.) Jerry Wallace’s #1 Country hit, “If You Leave Me Tonight, I’ll Cry” was featured in an episode of what anthology series? Night Gallery
5.) What was the code name of the battle-hardened infantry company shown on Combat!? King Company
6.) What is the country immediately to the south of the fictional Monroe Republic? Georgia Federation
7.) The last episode of what 1990s sitcom was set, appropriately enough on New Year’s Eve of 1979? That 70s Show
8.) What was the first name of the wife of Los Angeles PD police detective, Bill Gannon? Elaine
9.) Besides helming Later, what NBC show does Carson Daily host? The Voice
10.) What model of plane was primarily featured on the series, 12 O’clock High? B-17
11.) What TV character engaged in such odd behavior as affixing a screen door to his New York apartment door? Cosmo Kramer
12.) What TV character was asked to remove himself from his residence by his wife on November 13th? Felix Unger
13.) In a 2013 commercial what famous monster makes a choice between AT&T and TMobile? Frankenstein
14.) Crocker, Stavros, and Saperstein were underlings for what TV crime fighter? Kojak
15.) What was the code name of the company featured on TV’s Combat! King