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Can you guess the '80s show from its cast?
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THANK YOU FOR BEING A FRIEND...to this quiz! This quiz is golden, just like our four favorite females! Alongside "The Golden Girls," the '80s came with tons of TV shows. From "Growing Pains" to "Magnum, P.I.," can you guess the '80s show from its cast?

When it comes to the history of TV, it often starts with Philo Farnsworth, John Logie Baird, and Charles Francis Jenkins who helped form and develop it into what is seen today. While the TV world first began in black and white, the 1960s would bring about color in some of the decade's classics. We moved from the black and white world of "Green Acres" and "I Love Lucy" to "Bewitched" and "Bonanza." While the '60s brought an important change, the '80s would bring about some of the most iconic sitcoms to ever cross the screen. How many of them could you recognize from their equally iconic casts?

The decade brought the end of the iconic shows "M*A*S*H" and "Three's Company." It would also introduce "Cheers," "The Cosby Show," and "The Wonder Years." Could you recognize Kirk Cameron as Mike Seaver in "Growing Pains?" What about his younger sister, Candace Cameron as DJ Tanner in "Full House?" If you can, you're ready for this quiz!

Most people can't guess the '80s show from its cast, but we're ready to see if you are! Come and knock on our door! This quiz has been waiting for you!

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