Thirty-nine episodes of the TV series “The Honeymooners” were broadcast, from 1955 to 1956, also on CBS.
- Which U.S. presidential candidate offered a “square deal”? Theodore Roosevelt offered a "square deal". Franklin Delano Roosevelt offered a "new deal". Harry Truman offered a 'fair deal".
- What was Sergeant Joe Friday’s badge number on “Dragnet”? Sergeant Joe Friday's badge number on "Dragnet" was number 714.
- What show did “Gunsmoke” (CBS, 1955-75) spin off? "Dirty Sally" (CBS, 1974) was a spin off of "Gunsmoke" (CBS, 1955-75).
- What was the first all-black sitcom on TV? "Amos 'n' Andy" (CBS, 1951-53) with Spencer Williams as Andy Brown and Alvin Childress as Amos Jones, was the first all-black sitcom on TV. Amos was a cabdriver, Andy a bachelor.
- What was Sergeant Bilko’s full name and to what branch of the service did he belong? Ernie Bilko (Phil Silvers) served in the army in "The Phil Silvers Show," which ran from 1955 to 1959.
- What was the question Ralph Kramden (“The Honeymooners,” CBS, 1955-56) missed when he appeared on “The $99,000 Answer”? The question Ralph Kramden ("The Honeymooners," CBS, 1955-56) missed when he appeared on "The $99,000 Answer"? was Who is the composer of "Swanee River"? Stephen Foster was the correct answer. Ralph guessed Ed…