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Question 1: The second attempt at Americanising Fawlty Towers was Amanda's, where the character of Basil became a woman played by ________.
Edie AdamsBarbara CookBeatrice ArthurLotte Lenya

Question 2: One notable sitcom from this period is Sherwood Schwartz's ________, which centered on a blended family, perhaps the best-known domestic comedy in US television history.
A Very Brady ChristmasGrowing Up Brady (TV film)The Brady BunchThe Brady Bunch Hour

Question 3: ________ was one of the most successful sitcoms of all time, airing on radio from 1935 to 1959.
Jack BennyThe Great GildersleeveFibber McGee and MollyBugs Bunny

Question 4: Its situation was somewhat similar to the British comedy Till Death Us Do Part and its American cousin ________ and another Australian programme, The Last of the Australians.
All in the FamilyArchie Bunker's PlaceThe JeffersonsMaude (TV series)

Question 5: Most notable is ________, the longest-running sitcom in US history.
The Simpsons (franchise)The Simpsons MovieBart SimpsonThe Simpsons

Question 6: Shows specifically for kids and teenagers have entered the ring with shows like iCarly, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, That's So Raven and ________.
Sonny With a ChanceThe Suite Life on DeckJonas (TV series)Hannah Montana

Question 7: sitcoms, seen as early as the 1950s but more prominent since the 1970s, is the black sitcom (not to be confused with black comedy), a sitcom featuring a predominantly ________ cast.
African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Great Migration (African American)African American cultureAfrican American

Question 8: Often these other formats were presented within a variety format mixed with musical performances, as in ________.
BurlesqueEddie CantorVaudevilleJack Benny

Question 9: The Andy Griffith Show and ________ featured widowers and their children while shows like The Partridge Family concerned a widow and her children.
Happy DaysMy Three SonsFamily AffairCBS

Question 10: In the mid-1970s, ________ had several huge hits in the US with his trio of sitcoms Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, and Mork and Mindy.
Dear EleanorGarry MarshallPenny MarshallBeaches (film)
















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