Which '80s TV Geek Are You?

Steven Miller

How much do you geek out on the stock market?

How would you describe your usual fashion style?

Do you wear glasses?

Do you suffer from allergies?

How well does the phrase "opposites attract" apply to you?

How much do you like mysteries?

How much do you geek out on writing?

How obsessed by your future are you?

Would you consider yourself to be more liberal or conservative?

Would you consider yourself to be a secretive person?

Which school subject is most interesting to you?

How regularly do you use sarcasm?

Are you more or less educated than most of those around you?

Where would you put your age?

How would you describe your love life?

How confident are you socially?

How rebellious against your parents are you?

How are your deductive reasoning skills?

Have you ever been accused of being snooty?

How much anxiety do you experience?

How good are you with finances?

Which occupation fits your personality the best?

Which description most accurately describes your circle of friends?

Which '80s Saturday morning cartoon were you most into?

Which '80s movie did you like the most?

Which '80s video game did you like the most?

Which hit song from the '80s did you like the most?

Which '80s fashion trend were you most likely to be drawn to?

Which '80s phrase are you most likely to say?

Which '80s TV show did you like the most?

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About This Quiz

Although the geeks hadn't quite become hip in the '80s, they slowly began to appear on the entertainment scene during that decade. Let's find out which pioneer of geeks on TV you are.

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