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Do You Remember The First Word Of These Theme Songs?

Every week, these classic TV theme songs ushered in some of the best shows around! Do you remember the very first word from each of these iconic tunes? Only real classic TV experts will know the truth. Will you come out on top of this lyrical quiz?
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What is the first word in the theme song for "Cheers?"
Making
Living
Welcome

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Everyone knows the iconic "Brady Bunch" theme song. With what word does it start?
There's
Here's
She's

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Think back to the "Gilligan's Island" theme song. What word does the famous tune begin with?
Well
Sit
Just

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Before George Jefferson could move on up, the theme song had to play! What word did this iconic tune start with?
Well
Beans
Movin'

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"Green Acres" is the place to be, but how did the theme song start?
Fresh
Green
Times

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Before Diana could be "Wonder Woman," this iconic theme song had to play. Which word did it start with?
Wherever
Whenever
Wonder

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The "Addams Family" were mysterious and spooky. With what word did their theme song kick off with?
They're
She's
He's

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What was the first word in the theme from "The Monkees?"
Hey
Here
There

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Stone age family "The Flinstones" knew how to bring the laughs. How did their theme song begin?
Meet
Yabba
Here

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What is the first word in the lyrics to "Happy Days?"
Sunday
Friday
Tuesday

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"The Mary Tyler Moore Show" changed TV forever. How did the popular theme song begin?
Once
Every
Who

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Everyone knows the theme song from "The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air" but how did the theme song start?
Now
In
This

C+, Theme Song Thump

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Uh-oh, this quiz landed with a thud and a ker-plunk! Though you might love classic television, you didn't know the first theme song to these 12 iconic tunes! Fear not, there's still time to binge watch these hits and truly get to know the songs that helped usher in a few minutes of TV bliss.

B+, Theme Song Thrill

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A classic TV buff like yourself knows these iconic theme songs well! From the very first word to the last, you could hum every word to these tunes like a pro. There's no doubt that you grew up watching more than your fair share of classic TV hits!

A+, Theme Song Terrific

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Much like these classic hits, you're a terrific thrill! The theme songs for these programs helped to usher in 30 minutes of total TV bliss. You learned each melody, lyric and background beat as if you were memorizing the fifty state capitals for school. From the first word to the last, you're a classic theme song expert!
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1
What is the first word in the theme song for "Cheers?"
Making
Living
Welcome
2
Everyone knows the iconic "Brady Bunch" theme song. With what word does it start?
There's
Here's
She's
3
Think back to the "Gilligan's Island" theme song. What word does the famous tune begin with?
Well
Sit
Just
4
Before George Jefferson could move on up, the theme song had to play! What word did this iconic tune start with?
Well
Beans
Movin'
5
"Green Acres" is the place to be, but how did the theme song start?
Fresh
Green
Times
6
Before Diana could be "Wonder Woman," this iconic theme song had to play. Which word did it start with?
Wherever
Whenever
Wonder
7
The "Addams Family" were mysterious and spooky. With what word did their theme song kick off with?
They're
She's
He's
8
What was the first word in the theme from "The Monkees?"
Hey
Here
There
9
Stone age family "The Flinstones" knew how to bring the laughs. How did their theme song begin?
Meet
Yabba
Here
10
What is the first word in the lyrics to "Happy Days?"
Sunday
Friday
Tuesday
11
"The Mary Tyler Moore Show" changed TV forever. How did the popular theme song begin?
Once
Every
Who
12
Everyone knows the theme song from "The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air" but how did the theme song start?
Now
In
This

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