Saturday, September 8, 2012

Answers to Friday Funday Trivia: 90s TV II


Before getting to the answers, here are the names of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers this week:

1st place-  Beverley: 38 pts... congratulations on making it to the podium!
2nd place-  Jon: 32 pts
3rd place- Dina and David L. (props David for making it here for the first time): 30 pts each
Congratulations to those who made it to the podium and thanks to everyone who played.

1. 2 pts- Wings
2. 2 pts- Rugrats What was the name of the follow-up series to this show which featured the characters as teens and pre-teens?  3 bonus pts- All Grown Up
3. 2 pts- Xena: Warrior Princess
4. 2 pts- Step by Step
5. 2 pts- The Real World: Season One


6. 3 pts- Picket Fences: This drama, which one 14 Emmys (including 2 for Outstanding Drama) ran on CBS from 1992-1996
7. 2 pts- Dinosaurs
8. 2 pts- American Gladiators
9. 2 pts- Living Single The lead character on this series ran what magazine? 3 bonus pts- Flavor
10. 4 pts- The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.: This western/sci-fi series, which starred Bruce Campbell in the title role, ran on Fox from 1993-1994. The first Best Intentionally Funny Answer of the Week goes to Beverley, who said: "Hey Dude- The X-rated Version"


11. 3 pts- The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo
12. 4 pts- California Dreams: Produced by Peter Engel (who also brought us Saved by the Bell and Hang Time), this sitcom ran on NBC Saturday mornings from 1992-1996- Jon was the only player to get this question correct.   In 2010, several cast members from this series reunited on what talk show? 4 bonus pts- Late Night with Jimmy Fallon-
13. 2 pts- Bananas in Pajamas
14. 2 pts- Boy Meets World
15. 6 pts- The Powers That Be: This political sitcom (which starred John Forsythe, David Hyde Pierce, Holland Taylor, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt) ran on NBC from 1992-1993. Beverley was the only player to get this correct.

The other Best Intentionally Funny Answer of the Week goes to David L. who said: "3rd Rock from Frasier's Two and a Half Dynasty!"

Below is a clip from the series' first episode:

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