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What newsmagazine was scheduled for five prime-time hours every week, by 1999?
A: Dateline NBC.

What's the name of X-Files agent Mulder's sister, who was abducted by aliens as a child?
A: Samantha.

What former New York City mayor filled Joseph Wapner's judicial shoes on the revived People's Court?
A: Edward Koch.

What animated TV show features three kids who hang out in a clubhouse called "Club Ed"?
A: Ed, Edd n Eddy.

What TV family resided at 10 Stigwood Avenue in Brooklyn?
A: The Huxtables.

What city did Dr. Quinn Bid adieu to, when she headed west to be a medicine woman?
A: Boston.

What Simpsons character popped a cap in Homer's boss, Montgomery Burns?
A: Maggie Simpson.

Who did Michael Jackson kiss in public for the first time during the 1994 MTV Video Music Awards?
A: Lisa Marie Presley.

What cable hit was all about "what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real"?
A: The Real World.

What TV judge never starts a trial without donning her dad's reading glasses?
A: Judge Judy.

Which cast member of Friends underwent a name-change in the credits mid-way through the series?
A: Courteney Cox.

What Saturday Night Live cast member based one of his best-loved characters on his mother-in-law?
A: Mike Myers.

What keyboardist leads the late-night CBS Orchestra?
A: Paul Shaffer.

What four-year-old cable channel proudly declared itself" The Official Network of Every Millennium"?
A: The History Channel.

What newsman retired in 1999, holding the record for the most hour on network commercial TV?
A: Hugh Downs.

What comedy Central animated series began as a TV exec's video Christmas card to 80 pals?
A: South Park.

What Saturday Night Live New Age "Therapist" joked: "When you assume, you make an ass out of Uma Thurman"?
A: Stuart Smalley.

What did Seinfeld's Frank Costanza want to call the bra for men that his co-inventor Kramer dubbed the "Bro"?
A: The "Manssiere".

What Saved by the Bell star served as a tag-team partner of a pro wrestler dubbed the Blue Meanie?
A: Dustin Diamond.

What TV personality was estimated to clap 720 times per show?
A: Vanna White.

Who won three Emmys in the 1990s for her role as mom and town doctor?
A: Kathy Baker.

What TV series eventually answered the question: "Who killed Laura Palmer"?
A: Twin Peaks.

What Saturday Night Live vet showed up for David Letterman's first night on CBS, after being the first guest on his NBC show as well?
A: Bill Murray.

What Charles filled in when Charles Kuralt left CBS News Sunday Morning?
A: Charles Osgood.

What maverick doc donned hospital scrubs for the last time on February 18, 1999 pulling in 36 million viewers?
A: George Clooney.

What series boasted TV's first black superhero, a scientist enhanced by a "Mechanically Augmented Neuro Transmitter Interactive System"?
A: M.A.N.T.I.S.

Who did MTV's Tabitlha Soren strenuously deny having referred to on-air as "the loneliest monk"?
A: Thelonious Monk.

What coffee shop is frequented by Niles and Frasier Crane?
A: Cafe Nervosa.

What "Money Honey" was the first TV reporter to broadcast live from the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange?
A: Maria Bartiromo.

What "friend of Bill" did No Excuses pay $50,000 to appear in a jeans ad?
A: Paula Jones.

What toy was hung outside the boys' digs in Friends , as a message board?
A: A Magna Doodle.

Who was the only Cheers Cast member to appear in every episode?
A: Norm.

What irreverent MTV cartoon showcased the exploits of Powdered Toast Man?
A: Ren & Stimpy.

Who became the first sitcom star to earn $1 million per episode?
A: Jerry Seinfeld.

What underwater TV series featured Darwin, a dolphin who could converse in English with the hlep o fthe shiop's computer?
A: seaQuest DSV.

Who left CBS after a strained two years as Dan Rather's co-anchor on The CBS Evening News?
A: Connie Chung.

What science-fiction TV series begins when "Q-Ball" drags three others through a portal to the first of many alternate Earths?
A: Sliders.

What sitcom opened to the songs Moon Over Parma, Five O'Clock World and Cleveland Rocks?
A: The Drew Carey Show.

Who made celebrities out of his tourist shop neighbors Mujibar and Sirajul?
A: David Letterman.

What first names do Mulder and Scully answer to?
A: Fox and Dana.