...Goes to Washington

A recent news story revealed that John Cho and Kal Penn would resurrect their stoner personas in 2010 in a film tentatively titled Harold & Kumar Go to Washington. Several other feature films and TV programs have previously employed the "...Goes to Washington" tactic, and today's quiz examines nine of them. Good luck!

1 of 9
What actor starred as Senator Joe Kelley, the title character of the shortlived late-70s TV series Grandpa Goes to Washington?
Jack Klugman
Eddie Albert
George Goble
Jack Albertson
2 of 9
Who serves in his usual role as as the title character's "helper" in the 1993 animated short Mr. Bill Goes to Washington?
Mr. Man
Mr. Hands
Mr. Hammer
Mr. Magoo
3 of 9
Following his 2001 TV special John Stossel Goes to Washington, the reporter landed a regular segment titled "Give Me a Break" on what prime-time TV news program?
Dateline
60 Minutes
20/20
48 Hours
4 of 9
The 1977 feature film Billy Jack Goes to Washington was the last of how many appearances by Tom Laughlin in his best-known character?
three
four
five
six
5 of 9
At age 11, young Samantha Smith headlined the TV special Samantha Smith Goes to Washington. For what was she most famous?
singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" during the World Series.
winning the first gold medal in U.S. Olympic gymnastics history
saving her fourth-grade class from a flash fire
writing a letter to Soviet premiere Yuri Andropov
6 of 9
The 1939 Frank Capra film Mr. Smith Goes to Washington was nominated for 11 Academy Awards. How many Oscars did it win?
none
one
six
10
7 of 9
Though it lasted only a single season, what actor tried to resurrect Mr. Smith Goes to Washington in a 1962 TV series?
Fred MacMurray
William Frawley
Dean Jones
Fess Parker
8 of 9
With an all-star lineup including Larry Storch, Joe E. Ross, Billy Barty and Rip Taylor, the film comedy The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington raised eyebrows upon its release in what year?
1967
1972
1977
1982
9 of 9
What political comedian's last name appeared in the title of his very first TV special, 1988's Mr. ________ Goes to Washington?
Miller (Dennis Miller)
Black (Lewis Black)
Stewart (Jon Stewart)
Maher (Bill Maher)