POP QUIZ: IN SEARCH OF… TELEVISION
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No preamble today. This week’s quiz requires instruction, so let’s get right to it.
The quiz consists of three small Word Seach puzzle grids. Each grid contains the names of six or seven characters from a popular TV show. For each grid, find all the characters and identify the TV show. Sounds easy, right? Ha!
First off, I’m not telling you the name of the show. The title of the grid is a hint to the show. Also, I’m not telling you the characters. You’ve just got to go through the grids and see what names you can find. The first grid is all surnames, the second grid is all given names, and the third grid is a bit of an odd mix. The third grid is also larger, ’cause some of those characters have longer names.
A correct and complete set of answers will consist of 19 character names and three show titles, for a total out of 22.
HERE’S AN EXAMPLE:
So in that grid, we’ve got the following names hidden:
If you were paying attention to last week’s quiz, you should know that those characters are all from “Law & Order” (the orignal series). The six character names plus the show title is a complete answer for that grid.
Good? Great. Here we go: