Lori’s Childhood Trivia Round 9

Ding ding! Welcome to the most nostalgic game show in this corner of the Internet. Gather ’round, Ladies and Josh.

The rules are easy. Each morning (Colorado time), I put out a new clue about something from the 1970s. One guess per person per day and no googling.

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Ready? The category is TV.

Clue #1: Anita

Now. What’s your answer?

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0 thoughts on “Lori’s Childhood Trivia Round 9”

  1. Gimme A Break(wasn’t there an Anita in that show? shoot… that was an 80’s show, wasn’t it? oh well, it’s the first thing that popped into my head, so I’m sticking with it)

  2. Gimme A Break(wasn’t there an Anita in that show? shoot… that was an 80’s show, wasn’t it? oh well, it’s the first thing that popped into my head, so I’m sticking with it)

  3. I pick Alice from the Brady Bunch. (Even though it was made in the sixties, there were re-runs in the eighties.) And this one episode, Alice kept saying “Neato. Neato.”Which sounds suspiciously like “Anita. Anita.”*******You know, I may be down under, but I can hear you laughing, Lori. It’s not nice to laugh at your contestants.

  4. I pick Alice from the Brady Bunch. (Even though it was made in the sixties, there were re-runs in the eighties.) And this one episode, Alice kept saying “Neato. Neato.”Which sounds suspiciously like “Anita. Anita.”*******You know, I may be down under, but I can hear you laughing, Lori. It’s not nice to laugh at your contestants.

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