This shows theme song is consistently voted the number 1 TV theme song of all time. What is the name of the intro that won Cheers an Emmy in 1983 for Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics?
Where Everybody Knows Your Name
Movin On Up
That’s What Friends Are For
I’m So Glad We Had This Time Together
Originally featuring lyrics by film’s director Robert Altman’s 14 year-old son, the TV version of this war sitcom’s theme, “Suicide is Painless,” was instrumental only?
Written by legendary musician Quincy Jones, “The Streetbeater” introduced the antics of junkyard owners Fred and his son Lamont on this 70’s gem?
Sanford & Son
Love American Style
Composed by Danny Elfman in 1989, the tune for this animated series plays over scenes of its title family making their way home to sit on the couch and watch TV?
The Wild Thornberries
The Partridge Family
Performed at the piano each week by stars Jean Stapleton and Carroll O’Connor, this “All in the Family” song reminisced about days gone by?
Those Were the Days
Life Goes On
Suicide Is Painless
Sammy Davis, Jr. recorded a 1978 cover of the theme for this sitcom that followed George and Louise as they were “Movin’ On Up”?
Married ... with Children
The Odd Couple
The catchy tune for this 70’s police drama featuring Detective Steve McGarrett is playing again in primetime as the intro for the show’s modern remake?
This show’s theme tune featured alongside a sequence that changed each season, but always ended with its main character tossing her beret into the air in downtown Minneapolis?
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
The Carol Burnett Show
According to this creepy comedy’s theme song, the title family isn’t just creepy and kooky, “they’re altogether ooky”?
The Addams Family
Two and a Half Men
The Wizards of Waverley Place
This spy show’s theme reached number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100 and is still synonymous with espionage?
Murder, She Wrote
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