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Are These Sitcom Premises Real Or Made Up?

Sometimes sitcom premises can get a little wacky. Do you think you can determine if these 12 sitcom premises are real or made up? Let's find out!
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Real or fake: A teenage genius becomes the governor of California.
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Real or fake: A skeptical and brilliant FBI agent is paired with a sarcastic operative who believes that evidence of an alien abduction.
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Real or fake: Two popular video game plumbers come to life and start a business in Minnesota.
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Real or fake: A young housewife travels through time to see the past through her mother's eyes.
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Real or fake: A street-smart Philadelphia teen is sent to live with his upper crust relatives in Bel-Air
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Real or fake: The scion of a rival family sets out to sabotage a pair of newlyweds and consolidate his power in the family oil business.
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Real or fake: A directionless young woman comes to grips with her new (after)life as a grim reaper.
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Real or fake: Two young women dress as men to land jobs as caddies at an expensive Connecticut country club.
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Real or fake: A private detective dies and is reincarnated as a bloodhound.
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Real or fake: A disgraced and out of shape former baseball player attempts to start a new life as a middle school phys. ed. teacher.
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Real or fake: Boston locals meet and commiserate in the titular bar, owned by former alcoholic.
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Real or fake: A talking cat with an IQ of 256 becomes a trusted political advisor in Washington D.C.
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C+, Sitcom Premise Fooled

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Well, this quiz sure fooled you! You had a difficult time knowing which of these 12 TV premises were real and which were fake. Don't worry, sometimes sitcom premises can get a bit out of hand!

B+, Sitcom Premise Astute

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are sitcom premise astute! Though you may have gotten fooled by one or two of the premises on this quiz, overall your judgement prevailed. You know your sitcom truths well!

A+, Sitcom Premise Savvy

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Congratulations! Unlike a majority of the users who took this quiz, you knew your fake sitcom premises from your real ones. It's obvious that you're a TV aficionado with a love of the sitcom style.
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1
Real or fake: A teenage genius becomes the governor of California.
Real
Fake
2
Real or fake: A skeptical and brilliant FBI agent is paired with a sarcastic operative who believes that evidence of an alien abduction.
Real
Fake
3
Real or fake: Two popular video game plumbers come to life and start a business in Minnesota.
Real
Fake
4
Real or fake: A young housewife travels through time to see the past through her mother's eyes.
Real
Fake
5
Real or fake: A street-smart Philadelphia teen is sent to live with his upper crust relatives in Bel-Air
Real
Fake
6
Real or fake: The scion of a rival family sets out to sabotage a pair of newlyweds and consolidate his power in the family oil business.
Real
Fake
7
Real or fake: A directionless young woman comes to grips with her new (after)life as a grim reaper.
Real
Fake
8
Real or fake: Two young women dress as men to land jobs as caddies at an expensive Connecticut country club.
Real
Fake
9
Real or fake: A private detective dies and is reincarnated as a bloodhound.
Real
Fake
10
Real or fake: A disgraced and out of shape former baseball player attempts to start a new life as a middle school phys. ed. teacher.
Real
Fake
11
Real or fake: Boston locals meet and commiserate in the titular bar, owned by former alcoholic.
Real
Fake
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Real or fake: A talking cat with an IQ of 256 becomes a trusted political advisor in Washington D.C.
Real
Fake

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