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Question 1: Despite popular success, the brothers' penchant for material that was critical of the political mainstream and sympathetic to the emerging counterculture led to their program's cancellation by the ________ network in 1969.
NBCCBSThe CW Television NetworkAmerican Broadcasting Company

Question 2: In September 2008, during the ________, Tommy Smothers, a lead writer of "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" was belatedly awarded a 1968 Emmy for Outstanding Writing In A Comedic Series.
58th Primetime Emmy Awards60th Primetime Emmy Awards61st Primetime Emmy Awards59th Primetime Emmy Awards

Question 3:
Smothers Brothers, Andy Kaufman and Jane Lynch are all:
American comedians CBS network shows American folk musical groups Comedy duos

Question 4:
Smothers Brothers, How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory are all:
Comedy duos 1967 television series debuts CBS network shows Criticism of journalism

Question 5: The brothers have worked independently as well; Dick has appeared as an actor in films, including a rare dramatic role as a Nevada state senator in ________'s Casino.
Taxi DriverMartin ScorseseGoodfellasAcademy Award for Best Picture

Question 6:
Smothers Brothers, Bright Eyes (band) and Peter, Paul and Mary are all:
Criticism of journalism Celebrity duos American folk musical groups Comedy duos

Question 7: The Smothers Brothers also lent their (uncredited) singing voices to "Tom and Tom, the Brothers Brothers" in In Living Color (1990–1994), and guest starred on ________'s Life With Bonnie in 2004.
Tom HanksRobin WilliamsSteve MartinBonnie Hunt

Question 8: Tom appeared in the 2005 made-for-television movie ________.
Broadhurst TheatreMatthew MorrisonOnce Upon a MattressMusical theatre

Question 9:
Smothers Brothers, Flight of the Conchords and Tenacious D are all:
American folk musical groups Criticism of journalism CBS network shows Comedy duos

Question 10:
Smothers Brothers, The Prisoner and Dragnet (series) are all:
American folk musical groups 1967 television series debuts CBS network shows Comedy duos







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