Do You Know Who Said These TV Sign Offs?

TV sign off's are an amazing part of American TV culture. Do you think you know the most famous sign offs in TV history? Take these 10 questions and findo out!
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"And that's the way it is" was heard whenever which CBS news anchor would sign-off his evening show?
Walter Cronkite
Dan Rather
Edward R. Murrow
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What 1950's show always ended with "Say goodnight, Gracie?"
"The Alan Young Show"
"The Beverly Hillbillies"
"The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show"
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From 1951 to 1957, what show ended by wishing the audience "Happy Trails?"
"Gunsmoke"
"The Roy Rogers Show"
"Death Valley Days"
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Who said "Bless your little pea-pickin' hearts" for his sign-off phrase?
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Arthur Godfrey
Ned Clampett
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Who concluded his radio and television shows with the unusual sign-off "Good night Mrs Calabash, wherever you are?"
Jack Benny
Jimmy Durante
Ed Sullivan
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"Good night to all you boys and girls, my nephews and nieces..."
Milton Berle
Normon Vincent Peal
Lucy Ricardo
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Who closed her show with "Mmmm-Wah!" (Kiss)?
Lucille Ball
Carol Burnett
Dianah Shore
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Who ended his comedy variety show with "Good night and may God bless?"
Dick Clark
Ed Sullivan
Red Skelton
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"Ya'll comeback now, hear!" was the Clampett family's weekly goodbye from what TV show?
Gunsmoke
Bonanza
The Beverly Hillbillies
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"The Tracey Ullman Show" (1987-1990) was a weekly variety show hosted by singer and comedienne Tracey Ullman. What was her sign-off catchphrase?
"Go home!"
"Go to bed!"
"Get out of here!"
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, you're a bit sign off silly! Sign-offs just aren't your thing unfortunately. While you might love television, sign-offs were never really your cup of tea. You never found them memorable or impressive!

C+, Sign Off Silly

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're sign off epic! Not only are you clearly a love of television and the possessor of an epic memory, but you know sign-offs better than just about anyone! We commend you for a job well done!

B+, Sign Off Epic

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a total sign off savant! You know classic TV sign-offs better than just about anyone else. Not only are we totally impressed by your knowledge, but we think we could learn a thing or two about classic TV from a true savant like yourself.

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1
"And that's the way it is" was heard whenever which CBS news anchor would sign-off his evening show?
Walter Cronkite
Dan Rather
Edward R. Murrow
2
What 1950's show always ended with "Say goodnight, Gracie?"
"The Alan Young Show"
"The Beverly Hillbillies"
"The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show"
3
From 1951 to 1957, what show ended by wishing the audience "Happy Trails?"
"Gunsmoke"
"The Roy Rogers Show"
"Death Valley Days"
4
Who said "Bless your little pea-pickin' hearts" for his sign-off phrase?
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Arthur Godfrey
Ned Clampett
5
Who concluded his radio and television shows with the unusual sign-off "Good night Mrs Calabash, wherever you are?"
Jack Benny
Jimmy Durante
Ed Sullivan
6
"Good night to all you boys and girls, my nephews and nieces..."
Milton Berle
Normon Vincent Peal
Lucy Ricardo
7
Who closed her show with "Mmmm-Wah!" (Kiss)?
Lucille Ball
Carol Burnett
Dianah Shore
8
Who ended his comedy variety show with "Good night and may God bless?"
Dick Clark
Ed Sullivan
Red Skelton
9
"Ya'll comeback now, hear!" was the Clampett family's weekly goodbye from what TV show?
Gunsmoke
Bonanza
The Beverly Hillbillies
10
"The Tracey Ullman Show" (1987-1990) was a weekly variety show hosted by singer and comedienne Tracey Ullman. What was her sign-off catchphrase?
"Go home!"
"Go to bed!"
"Get out of here!"