Bailey and Sarah
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Question 1 of 12 Score: 0

Bailey Salinger and Sarah Merrin fell in love on this series:

Initially created to capitalize on the success of "Beverly Hills, 90210," the drama "Party of Five" instead captured audiences with its serious tone, writing, and breakout acting by newcomers Jennifer Love Hewitt, Neve Campbell, and Matthew Fox. A reboot of the series is expected to air in 2019 on the Freeform cable network.

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Calista Flockhart
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Question 2 of 12 Score: 0

This series featured an animated 'Dancing Baby' hallucination:

Featuring American actress Calista Flockhart, "Ally McBeal" won several awards during its five-season run; including an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series. According to "Wonder Woman" star and Israeli actress Gal Gadot, the legal series also influenced her to give law school a shot years before she made it big in Hollywood.

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Ross and Carol.
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Question 3 of 12 Score: 0

Dr. Doug Ross and Carol Hathaway found love on this series:

"ER," the longest-running primetime medical drama in American TV history, won 116 awards – including 23 Emmys. During the series' 15 season run, fans most loved the enduring romance between Dr. Doug Ross, played by newcomer George Clooney and Carol Hathaway, played by Julianna Margulies.

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Power Rangers
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Question 4 of 12 Score: 0

If you screamed "Mighty Morphin!," you likely were into this series:

Created by Israeli TV producers Haim Saban and Shuki Levy, "The Power Rangers" was a huge hit based on an original Japanese series called "Super Sentai." In 2017, the series was rebooted as a standalone action film featuring American actors Bryan Cranston and Elizabeth Banks.

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FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper
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Question 5 of 12 Score: 0

FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper investigated a murder in this series:

Created by American filmmakers David Lynch and Mark Frost, "Twin Peaks" attracted audiences with its unsettling characters, clever plot and supernatural twists. A 2017 reboot featured both original characters and new faces – including Israeli actor Alon Aboutboul, American actress Ashley Judd, and Canadian Michael Cera.

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Will Smith
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Question 6 of 12 Score: 0

This series featured a rap song for its main theme:

"The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," which marked the debut of American Will Smith's acting career, featured an original song written and performed by the young rapper. The music was composed by the legendary Quincy Jones who, among others, shares a birthday with Albert Einstein.

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Winnie and Kevin
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Question 7 of 12 Score: 0

Kevin Arnold and Winnie Cooper shared a first kiss on this series:

Of all the couples on 90s TV series, perhaps none tugged at the heartstrings of childhood nostalgia as the one between Kevin Arnold and Winnie Cooper. Played by American stars Fred Savage and Danica McKellar, the pair's memorable first kiss in Season 1 took six takes to get right.

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Brian George
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Question 8 of 12 Score: 0

"You bad man!" is a phrase made popular on this series:

The character of Babu, played by Israeli-British actor Brian George, made a memorable appearance on "Seinfeld" as the owner of a doomed restaurant. When Jerry's suggestions for the restaurant do not equate with success, Babu memorably screams, "You bad man! You very, very bad man!"

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A scene featuring John Stamos.
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Question 9 of 12 Score: 0

American actor John Stamos is best known for his role on this comedy series:

"Full House," which ran from 1987 to 1995 on ABC, chronicled the life of a widowed father who enlists his brother-in-law and best friend to help raise his three daughters. A trailer for a Netflix reboot, titled "Fuller House," nearly broke the Internet in popularity when it launched in Dec. 2015.

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Joey and Dawson.
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Question 10 of 12 Score: 0

If you're a movie nut, you likely identified with the main character in this series:

Dawson Leery, the leading character in "Dawson's Creek," is an amateur filmmaker who believes that you can find all of life's answers in a Steven Spielberg film. The series ran for six seasons and helped launch the careers of American actresses Michelle Williams and Katie Holmes.

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Mulder and Scully.
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Question 11 of 12 Score: 0

"I want to believe" became the tagline of this series:

The science fiction drama "The X-Files" covered everything from the supernatural to aliens over 11 seasons. Starring American-British actress Gillian Anderson and American actor David Duchovny, the series has inspired countless pop culture – including comic books, music and other dramatic series.

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Spike and Buffy.
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Question 12 of 12 Score: 0

A 'hellmouth' was present under the fictional city of this series:

Considered one of the greatest TV series of all time, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" revolves around the life of a superhero slayer named Buffy Summers. Starring American actress Sarah Michelle Gellar in the lead role, the show ran for 7 seasons and included a famous musical episode inspired by the best of Broadway.

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