Let's see how much y'all remember!

1) Who said: “I will pay you on Tuesday for a hamburger today.”
Freddie the Freeloader
Otis Campbell
Todd of Downtown Lincolnton fame
2) The Day the Music Died was Don McClean’s tribute to whom?
Richie Valens
Buddy Holly
Elvis Presley
The Big Bopper

3) What does LS/MFT mean?
Loose Straps / Means Floppie Titties
Losers Smoke / Meet Fatal Times
Lucky Strike / Means Fine Tobacco
4) Remember the little boy with a pill on his head? He advertised Alka Seltzer. What was the boy’s name?
Alfred Seltzer
Big Boy

5) We made the journey to Gastonia to Shoney’s to eat what?
Strawberry pie
Hot fudge cake
Greasy cheeseburgers
All of the above
6) Who knows what secrets lie in the hearts of men? Only the ____ knows!

7) Hey Kids! What time is it?
Fred Kirby Time
Captain Kangaroo Time
Howdy Doody Time
8) What was Brisco’s answer when Andy asked him if Brisco could handle Ernest T Bass’ advances toward Charlene?
“Well I am holding out for Charlene to marry you Sheriff!”
“Ernest is such a pest I thought about using a fly swatter!”
“I kinda thought about killing him….kinda hated to go that far.”

9) There was a 1961 movie that was an adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. It featured rival street gangs. What was the title?
West Side Story
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Easy Rider
The Graduate
10) On 77 Sunset Strip, Kookie had a habit of doing what?
Snapping his fingers
Combing his hair
Winking at the girls
Smacking his chewing gum

11) In which movie was the con man Ratso Rizzo a character?
The Day of the Locust
Cape Fear
A Kind of Loving
Midnight Cowboy
12) Who said “Danger Will Robinson”
Dustin Hoffman in The Graduate
Will's robot/babysitter in Lost in Space
The crew of Robinson Crusoe

13) Which of the following did not appear in Easy Rider?
Jack Nicholson
Clint Eastwood
Peter Fonda
Dennis Hopper
14) Who made "Yabba Dabba Do" a popular saying?
Yogi Bear
Fred Flintstone
The Pink Panther
Top Cat

15) Who was Topo Gigio?
Birth name of singer Freddie Mercury who started the band Queen in 1969
The lead character of Frederico Fellini’s “La Dolce Vita” (1960)
Italian Olympian who won gold for Men’s slalom in 1964 Winter Olympics
The mouse who made repeated appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show