Can you name all these TV shows featuring Don Knotts?

Let me see that Don. That Don D-don Don Don.

Image: The Everett Collection

You love Don. We love Don. Everybody loves Don.

As Deputy Barney Fife, Don Knotts has made millions laugh. But Don Knotts was not done yet. He later played Mr. Roper, not to mention loads of other roles on TV.

Let's see if you can recognize him on series that aren't The Andy Griffith Show. Good luck!

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  1. Here is Don with his old pal Andy Griffith. Which program is this?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  2. Two legends together! Don and Lucy! Which show is this?
  3. Recognize his costar here?
    Image: The Everett Collection
  4. Don got all dolled up for this variety show.
    Image: The Everett Collection
  5. Don got animated to play a very Barney Fife–like character on this cartoon.
    Image: Warner Bros.
  6. Don made a surprise appearance as a special guest on 'Seein' Double', a silly sitcom-within-a-sitcom on this show.
  7. Don is having a romantic moment with Julie Newmar. Which show is this?
  8. Don donned a uniform for this sitcom in 1966.
  9. Here is Don with a sitcom dad. Which sitcom?

Can you name all these TV shows featuring Don Knotts?

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idkwut2use 1 month ago
You got 9 out of 9
You sure know Don! Heck, you'd probably recognize him back in high school in West Virginia!

I look forward to watching his films on Disney+ starting tomorrow...;D
Cute how they now have a character in "Puppy Dog Pals" with an excellent impression of his voice (and the dogcatcher in the Lady & the Tramp sequel.) Love hearing him in animation whether it's actually him or not, lol.
Rickey 1 month ago
You got 9 out of 9
You sure know Don! Heck, you'd probably recognize him back in high school in West Virginia!
EllisClevenger 3 months ago
You got 9 out of 9
You sure know Don! Heck, you'd probably recognize him back in high school in West Virginia!
LindaWilliams 4 months ago
You sure know Don! Heck, you'd probably recognize him back in high school in West Virginia!
NoahBody 4 months ago
9/9 I’m so proud of myself !! I am a big fan of Don Knott’s !!!!
Wiseguy NoahBody 4 months ago
Then you should know there is no apostrophe in his name.
CyndiM Wiseguy 3 months ago
Wow, that was snotty . . .
VenturaCapitalist 4 months ago
9/9 with a couple of lucky guesses.
Deepizzaguy 4 months ago
Eight out of nine of on this quiz.
DoubleNaughtSpy 4 months ago
Gee, 9/9. Pretty good, I surmise, for someone who found him to be almost as annoying and unfunny as Bernard Fox.
STTOS 4 months ago
You got 9 out of 9 - You sure know Don! Heck, you'd probably recognize him back in high school in West Virginia! Fairly easy.
Newyorkcitygal 4 months ago
12 / 12 I am a true Andy Griffith can! I love this show and have watched it for years!
JeffTanner 4 months ago
No, Don Knotts DID NOT play Mr. Roper in ''Three's Company''. He played Mr. Ralph Furley. Mr. Stanley Roper was played by Norman Fell.
cwboyfan56 4 months ago
Cmon METV, John Lynch below hit you with a safety blitz and pointed out Don was in fact Mr. Furley and it was Norman Fell who played Mr. Roper. Good for you John, I am glad I am not the only one paying attention and going 9 for 9.
JohnLynch 4 months ago
Don Knott's played Mr. Furley not Mr. Roper. Mr. Roper was played by Norman Fell.
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Newyorkcitygal JohnLynch 4 months ago
He played the brother of Mr. Roper, so he was a Roper too.
But Don Knotts never played Mr. Roper's brother. Within the storyline of the show, Stanley Roper (Norman Fell) and his wife Helen sold the apartment complex (they both left for their own spin-off show) to Bart Furley, and then Bart gave his younger brother Ralph Furley (Don Knotts) the job as the apartment complex manager.
MrBill 4 months ago
9/9; Easy one for me - I breezed right thru it. I am a big fan of Don Knotts and I always enjoyed his performances on the Andy Griffith Show.
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