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The Dick Van Dyke Show II

This is a fun quiz about the 60's sitcom that pioneered American comedic television.


 

Quiz ID:#25765
Fun:*** (2.17)
Difficulty:*** (2.7)
Category:Television > Comedy
Created By:katiebug521Aus***!!

 

 

 



#1   In the original series, "Head of the Family", what was Rob Petrie's boss's name?

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#2   What was the name of Buddy Sorrell's German Shepherd that Rob brought home for a weekend in season one?

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#3   In the season two episode entitled "Somebody Has to Play Cleopatra", the actor portraying the part of Harry Rogers (Marc Anthony) later starred in which 70's sitcom?

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#4   What was the address of the Petrie family?






#5   What was the name of the resort at Lake Sissy Manunu where Buddy and Sally were secretly performing their comedic act?






#6   What was the name of the act performed by Buddy and Sally at the resort at Lake Sissy Manunu?

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#7   What was the profession of Laura's old flame, Joe Coogan, whom Rob happened to encounter while playing golf at the local country club?






#8   In season four, what was the title of the song that Rob and a couple of his army buddies wrote that was later turned into a radio hit?






#9   What was Robert S. Petrie's middle name?






#10   Which historical Army post served as the setting for story lines surrounding the initial meeting and marriage of Rob Petrie and Laura Meeker/Meehan?





 

 


   



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