What Did These 12 TV Characters Do For A Living?

These 12 TV characters proved that even while working a 9 to 5, life could be a grand adventure. Do you think you remember what these 12 TV characters did for a living? Lets put your knowledge to the test!
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What was the original profession of the character Norm on "Cheers?"
Accountant
Teacher
Shoe store manager
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What did Lenny and Squiggy do at Shotz Brewery on "Laverne and Shirley?"
They were brewers
They were truck drivers
They were janitors
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How did the character Rhoda earn her living on the "Mary Tyler Moore Show?"
She was a teacher
She was a window dresser
She was a boutique salesperson
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What job did Archie Bunker hold on "All in the Family?"
Carpenter
Electrician
Loading dock foreman
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What did Howard Cunningham do for a living on "Happy Days?"
He owned a hardware store
He owned a laundromat
He was a mechanic
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What job did Ed Norton hold on "The Honeymooners?"
Bus driver
Sewer worker
Construction worker
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What did Felix Unger do on "The Odd Couple?"
Sports writer
Dentist
Photographer
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What job did Latka hold on "Taxi?"
Mechanic
Cab driver
Painter
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What did Wilbur do for a living on "Mister Ed?"
Veterinarian
Architect
Equine trainer
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What did all American dad Ward Cleaver do for a living on "Leave it to Beaver?"
Doctor
Businessman
Lawywer
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What did Sam Jones do for a living on "The Andy Griffith Show?"
Carpenter
Firefighter
Farmer
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How did Fred Mertz earn an income on "I Love Lucy?"
Landlord
Showman
IRS employee
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Uh-oh, based on the results of this quiz, you are TV profession perfunctory! While you may love these 12 TV shows, you couldn't quite remember what each of these characters did for a living. Worry not, at least this quiz allowed you to take a trip down memory lane!

C+, TV Profession Perfunctory

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are TV profession proficient! It's obvious that you're a true TV buff with a love of pop culture. Your television knowledge truly knows no bounds. Keep up the good work!

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly TV profession perfect! It's obvious that you know these 12 TV professions the way few Americans can. Your knowledge of pop culture and classic television is beyond impressive!

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1
What was the original profession of the character Norm on "Cheers?"
Accountant
Teacher
Shoe store manager
2
What did Lenny and Squiggy do at Shotz Brewery on "Laverne and Shirley?"
They were brewers
They were truck drivers
They were janitors
3
How did the character Rhoda earn her living on the "Mary Tyler Moore Show?"
She was a teacher
She was a window dresser
She was a boutique salesperson
4
What job did Archie Bunker hold on "All in the Family?"
Carpenter
Electrician
Loading dock foreman
5
What did Howard Cunningham do for a living on "Happy Days?"
He owned a hardware store
He owned a laundromat
He was a mechanic
6
What job did Ed Norton hold on "The Honeymooners?"
Bus driver
Sewer worker
Construction worker
7
What did Felix Unger do on "The Odd Couple?"
Sports writer
Dentist
Photographer
8
What job did Latka hold on "Taxi?"
Mechanic
Cab driver
Painter
9
What did Wilbur do for a living on "Mister Ed?"
Veterinarian
Architect
Equine trainer
10
What did all American dad Ward Cleaver do for a living on "Leave it to Beaver?"
Doctor
Businessman
Lawywer
11
What did Sam Jones do for a living on "The Andy Griffith Show?"
Carpenter
Firefighter
Farmer
12
How did Fred Mertz earn an income on "I Love Lucy?"
Landlord
Showman
IRS employee