Can you guess the classic TV show from these cartoon parodies?

Catch all these cartoon references!

Half the fun of watching cartoons as an adult is catching all the references that went over your head when you were a kid.

Here, we've mixed up references to classic TV shows we found on cartoons from the 1960s to the 1990s. Whether or not you know these animated series doesn't matter. Just analyze the scene and see if you can figure out which TV show is being spoofed in these 10 scenes.

Only the biggest TV fans can I.D. each and every scene. Others will struggle to see through the animated lines. Good luck!
  1. The 1970s kids show Uncle Croc's Block featured a recurring segment that parodied which hit military sitcom?
    Image: NBCUniversal Television Distribution
  2. In the 1979 TV special "Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood," there were spoofs on Charlie's Angels, The Love Boat, and this show parodied in the scene below:
    Image: Warner Bros. Television
  3. In the 1990s, a new generation of kids met younger versions of Looney Tunes characters in Tiny Toon Adventures, which is spoofing which classic TV show below?
    Image: Warner Bros. Television Distribution
  4. Of course in the 1980s, we'd already met Muppet Babies, but which classic show are little Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog spoofing?
    Image: Disney-ABC Domestic Television
  5. In the 1960s, The Flintstones ruled the TV spoof world, including the "Sheriff for a Day" episode, which spoofed which TV Western?
    Image: Warner Bros. Television Distribution
  6. In the 1980s, Alvin & the Chipmunks dedicated a whole episode to parodying which crime show?
    Image: Warner Bros. Television
  7. The late-Seventies Hanna-Barbera cartoon CB Bears featured a segment called "Heyyy, It's the King!" Which show was its star spoofing?
    Image: Worldvision Enterprises
  8. Hum the tune if you can guess which TV show the 1990s cartoon Bobby World is spoofing here:
    Image: Splash Entertainment
  9. The Simpsons have spoofed pretty much every show on Earth, but which classic TV show is being spoofed here?
    Image: 20th Television
  10. Here's one for true fans only. The 1990s animated series Daria spent an episode spoofing crime dramas, including a scene featuring this car, normally driven by which TV detective?
    Image: Paramount Television
Can you guess the classic TV show from these cartoon parodies?

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Geronimo 5 months ago
too easy.............................10/10
scp 5 months ago
10 out of 10. The funny thing is, I think that car in #10 is the car they regularly have for one of the characters.
Tresix 5 months ago
8/10. That CB Bears shot looks way more like "Welcome Back, Kotter" than "Happy Days" to me. And in the Daria shot, would Columbo have a car THAT clean and fancy?
UnicornPrincess 5 months ago
8/10. Suspected Columbo on the last one, but thought that would be too obvious.
MrsPhilHarris 5 months ago
9/10 Missed MASH. I would love to see that Flintstones episode.
Arbie MrsPhilHarris 5 months ago
I missed that one too. Since one character appeared to be in a cage, I guessed Hogan's Heroes.
Tresix Arbie 5 months ago
I remembered "M*U*S*H". It stood for "Mangy Unwanted Shabby Heroes". The Hawkeye character sounded like Alan Alda while the Trapper John one talked like John Wayne.
EllisClevenger 5 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Uh-oh, looks like you hit a wall or two there.
Wow. I guess I should be glad I did so good.
Can you imagine what they have in store for people who get 5/10? Or less?
ndebrabant 5 months ago

You got 10 out of 10
Way to see right through all those cartoon disguises!
Joe 5 months ago
"Uh-oh, looks like you hit a wall or two there" seems to be a "backhanded" compliment especially for a score of 9 out of 10. A "wall or two"? I got ONE wrong. It's like the always disappointed parent saying, "OK… you got a B+, but you couldn't get an A?"

I don't care… this is going up right here, on the 'frig!
teire 5 months ago
9/10, Bonanza was super recognizable, the others not so much.
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