Take the challenge about Matt Groening's quirky animated family that star in the longest-running sitcom in the history of U.S. television.
"M*A*S*H" was a staple of the CBS television network's line-up in the 1970s and early 1980s through a 251 episode run. The show explored the daily drama, humor and horrors of a mobile surgical unit set during the Cold War and starred an ensemble cast featuring Alan Alda, Loretta Swit, Harry Morgan, Larry Linville and Gary Burghoff.
The 1980's smash sitcom starring Ted Danson, Shelley Long, Rhea Perlman, Woody Harrelson and an ensemble cast of bar patrons won 28 Emmys and garnered 117 nominations during its 11 season run on NBC.
Take the trivia challenge honoring the greatest sitcom about nothing in the history of television.
Test your knowledge of the popular television show about the complex lives of six friends living in New York City that ran for 10 seasons and garnered 62 Emmy Award nominations.
Prepare to journey into the mythos of the Seven Kingdoms and take the trivia challenge that any true heir to the Iron Throne would survive.
Test your knowledge on Frasier Crane and his legendary television show that ran 11 seasons on NBC and won 37 Emmy Awards. Warning, may invoke head scratching for "Frasier" newbies.
Test your knowledge of Blanche, Rose, Dorothy and Sophia with this Golden Girls trivia challenge!
The music world lost a legend. How well do you know the lyrics to some of Prince's biggest hits?
You use them every day, but how much do you really know about the bills and coins in your wallet?
We name the characters, you tell us which town they call home:
Presidential elections have always been filled with drama. Let's see how well you know some of our country's most memorable election moments:
He's remembered as the president who restored conservative values, revived faith in American exceptionalism and won the Cold War. But how much do you really know about Ronald Wilson Reagan?
How familiar are you with the average price of household goods and services? Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics US averages as of February 2016, unless otherwise specified.
Some celebrities are as famous for their Hollywood doppelgangers as they are for their work. Others just seem to get mistaken for one another. Can you name each of these famous faces?
It's the event bringing together athletes from more than 200 countries and captivating fans around the world. From the thrill of victory to the agony of defeat, how much do you know about the Games of the Olympiad?
Can you pick the super hero based on just one clue?
He was The King of Pop, selling 750 million albums worldwide. How well do you know the lyrics to some of Michael Jackson's biggest hits?
Celebrities love to get married, and divorced, and married again. Which name does not belong on the list of famous multiple marriages?
Yes, you learned this in middle school. Let's see how much you remember!
Which United States President is credited with each of these famous quotes?
GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has made statements that might bring down a lesser campaign. Sometimes shocking, always entertaining, how well do you remember what he actually said?
The Supreme Court of the United States was established in 1789. How much do you know about the highest court in the country?
Match the MLB team to their home stadium:
Do you know the words to The Star Spangled Banner? Take the Washington Times National Anthem Challenge!
It's an '80s rewind! Finish the song lyrics from these hits from the 1980s:
Some call it a blessing, others consider it cursed. How well do you remember who won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist?
How well do you remember which movie took home the Oscar for Best Picture? We'll give you the year and the list of nominees. You tell us who won.
The winners, losers, players, coaches, performers and even the commercials... how much do you know about The Super Bowl?
A staple of any good road trip, see how many license plates you can identify:
Beat*le*ma*ni*a - noun - extreme enthusiasm for the Beatles, as manifested in the frenzied behavior of their fans. Do you have it?
This is the test for all true TV fans!
If you aced Part One, try Part Two of our 50 States Challenge:
Can you name the state by just its shape? We'll give you one hint:
Take our "simple" quiz to find out!!!!
How well do you know the superheroes of the DC universe?
Some are easy, others not so much. Can you fill in the missing word from each of these well known movie quotes?
Let's test your skills.
Take a tour of the most famous landmarks in the world. Do you know where to find them?
Can you guess which Disney character lives here?
From Fighters to Frigates to Cruisers, how well do you know the ships of Star Wars?
Calling all wizards and muggles alike. Do you know who uttered some of the most iconic lines in the Harry Potter series?
May the force be with you!
Go inside the world of James Bond. How well do you know 007?
Your mission: pursuit of trivia. Your category: History
With a rich history and long list of characters, how well do you know the names and faces of Star Wars?
Everyone needs a best friend! Can you match up the Disney character with their BFF?
Can you name the dogs made famous by Disney movies? Let's see how well you do!
A lot of NFL quarterbacks play for more than one team over their careers, but some take it to the next level. Here are some of the most highly-traveled quarterbacks in the National Football League:
As Pope Francis makes his way to the United States, let's see how much you know about Papal history and traditions:
He's famous for real estate, television, business and politics. How much do you know about the GOP frontrunner?
Can you name the Disney villain from just one picture?
You call yourself a fan? See if you can identify some of the most iconic, recognizable and notorious mascots in college sports.
2016 Candidate Challenge: How well do you know the Republican field?
Remember the game that took the 1980's by storm? Everyone was playing the "Genus" edition of Trivial Pursuit, which sold over 20 million games at its peak in 1984. With dozens of versions released in the following years, let's see how well you do on questions from the original game. Put yourself in an 80's state of mind...
Sometimes called the "world's greatest deliberative body," the U.S. Senate is comprised of 100 Americans elected to one of the highest offices in the land. But even in this prestigious role, not all Americans are familiar with even the most long serving senators. Can you place these senior senators?
Are you ready for some football? Test your NFL IQ.
Test yourself against the million dollar questions from throughout the history of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire."
While each state is slightly different, here are the top questions you are likely to encounter on the written drivers test. How well would you do?
Are YOU smarter than a 5th grader? Lock in your answers!
Testing of the human intelligence quotient has been around in its current form for more than 100 years. Some say your IQ can predict more about your behavior than any other piece of information about you. Try our modified IQ test HERE. What does your score say about you?
How much do you really know about the fight for American independence? Find out HERE:
From pistols to rifles to futuristic cannons, guns in movies can become a character all their own. From just one picture, can you guess which movie each of these firearms comes from?
It's the season for presidential declarations. Let's see how well you know your candidates. Who said THIS in their speech announcing that they are running for President of the United States in 2016?
Washington DC is full of monuments dedicated to people, events, human sacrifice and human accomplishment. How many are you familiar with?
The Civil War was a defining moment in American history, its end result determining what kind of nation we would be. How well do you know the facts?
It's an epic test of Republican Party expertise. Let's see how well you know the GOP.
Norma Jeane Mortenson became Marilyn Monroe. Marion Robert Morrison went on to become John Wayne. And Marshall Bruce Mathers III is better known as Eminem. It's not at all unusual for performers to find a new names when they hit the stage. Here are some of Hollywood's biggest names. See if you recognize them:
It's time to put you biblical knowledge to the test!
Calling all aviation enthusiasts! From bombers to fighters, reconnaissance to drones, the United States military has the strongest air presence of any country in the world. But how well do you know your stuff?
So, you survived Part One, but it's not over yet. See if you have what it takes to join the big winners on Jeopardy!
Have you ever wanted to be a contestant on Jeopardy? The first step is to take their annual online test. Offered at very specific times throughout the year, the official online test has 50 questions, each of which must be answered in 15 seconds or less. Some tips for success: don't over think your response, know when to make an educated guess and go into it with a "buzzing and betting" strategy. Let's see if you have what it takes! Sample questions courtesy of jeopardy.com.
News anchors become the face of the network they represent, but how closely are viewers paying attention? Can you match the anchor to their network?
From Oscar winners to four-star generals, see how closely you followed the names in the news this week:
Bill and Hillary Clinton have been in the public eye for more than three decades -- and carry with them a slew of controversies. How well do you know the drama swirling around the former First Couple.
Once again, let's see how closely you followed the news this week:
Vice President Joe Biden is memorable in many ways. How does he stack up against other Vice Presidents in history?
The Wonderlic Cognitive Ability Test is a popular intelligence test used to assess the aptitude of prospective employees. The NFL famously uses such a test for draft prospects at the NFL Combine as part of their overall athlete evaluations. The standard test is 50 questions to be completed in 12 minutes. Here's a sampling of what players could face:
Test your knowledge! Were you paying attention to the news this week?
Test your knowledge of firearms.
We are all familiar with Washington, D.C. as our nation's capital. But how well do you know the capital cities from countries across the globe? Match these countries to their respective capitals:
How closely were you following the events of the week? Take our weekly news challenge and find out!
You may have passed Part One with flying colors... but can you pass part two?
You think you follow the news? Test your knowledge of events from around the globe on this week's News Quiz.
An important part of the application process for becoming a US citizen is passing a civics test, covering important U.S. history and government topics. There are 100 civics questions on the naturalization test. During the interview process, applicants are asked up to 10 questions and must be able to answer at least 6 questions correctly. Here is a sampling of what may be asked. How would you do?
It's every celebrity's favorite question, "Do you know who I am?"
It's been a busy week in the news. How much do you remember?
Washington Times' staff writer Joseph Szadkowski challenges mere mortals to a contest of mental might with this quiz tethered to some of the greatest superhero-themed movies and franchises of all time.