The 80s had some of the most memorable TV shows to date. From M*A*S*H* to Full House, how well do you remember TV shows from the 80s? Complete this game and find out!
MASH was originally a novel written by W.C Heinz which was then used as the premise for a movie. Two years later, it was produced into an 11-season television series, culminating in the most watched series finale of all television shows to date.
All of the characters on "The Simpson's" have just four fingers on each hand. The only exception is God, who has five.
You can find the original series"Fraggle Rock" available via DVD and streaming. A new cast of Doozers were introduced to the Fraggle Rock universe in the Hulu Kids series which launched in 2014.
Stephen Hawking is the only person in "Star Trek" history to play themselves.
Gosselaar, a natural brunette, had to dye his hair biweekly during filming to keep up his character's blonde locks. Kelly must have liked blondes.
Despite the exterior of the Tanner house on a famous San Francisco street, "Full House" was actually filmed in LA. Only one episode, "Comet's Excellent Adventure" was taped in San Francisco. All the exterior and scenery shots of San Fran were shot in a single day.
Only 26 of the 98 episodes of "The A-Team" were run in Germany, due to the excessive violence. German broadcasters made the decision not to air all 98 episodes because many were simply too violent and controversial.
Miami Vice did great things for Miami's economy. In 1984 when the show premiered, there was a huge influx of tourists in Miami, which bettered the city's infrastructure. Many improvements of visitor attractions including hotels and restaurants were made. People referred to this as "The Vice Effect".
"Married with Children" was Fox's first prime time show which debuted at 7 pm on Sunday, April 5, 1987. There were 259 episodes, the final one airing in 1997.
Marc Price, who played the lovably annoying Irwin “Skippy” Handelman in "Family Ties" has kept his comedic tendencies going since the show ended. Price tours the country with his stand-up routines.
MacGyver lived in a Vancouver boat yard on a unique floating home. His floating home ended up on Craigslist in 2014 when Paramount was done using it. It sold for $40,000 (far below the original $200,000 it was priced at in 2012).
"Family Matters" was actually a spin off "Perfect Strangers". Jesse Frederick was responsible for the theme songs for both shows, as well as the themes from "Step by Step" and "Full House".
Gary Wayne Coleman, who played Arnold Jackson in "Diff'rent Strokes" was described in the 1980s as "one of television's most promising stars". In addition to acting, he was a voice artist and comedian.
The original concept for "Seinfeld" actually intended for a single 90-minute special titled Stand Up that was set to run for one night only on Saturday Night Live. It wasn’t intended to be an ongoing series, but the writing was simply too good not to stick around.
"The Facts of Life" was a spin-off show for Mrs. Garrett from the hit TV show "Diff’rent Strokes". The show has been off the air for 25 years but remains a favorite for many 80's TV fans.