Real '80s Sitcom or Something We Made Up?

This week's special guest quizmaster is Hillary Buckholtz of I'm Remembering. Can you determine which of these are actual '80s sitcoms and which we made up?

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Down and Out in Beverly Hills


Based on the hit 1985 movie of the same name, this half-hour sitcom starred Hector Elizondo as the wealthy patriarch of a Beverly Hills household invaded by a homeless derelict.
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Double Trouble


Identical twins Jean and Liz Sagal playing teenage twin dancers who are exact opposites in every way but their looks.
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Aunt Dolly


This sitcom centered around the life of country superstar Dolly Parton after she is named guardian of her two scrappy nephews.
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Goodtime Girls


Set in Washington, D.C., during the Second World War, this sitcom featured four wacky women forced to share a tiny attic apartment.
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Living Dolls


A show about four gorgeous teens trying to become fashion models starring Leah Remini and Halle Barry.
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Sister Kate


The series starred a nun put in charge of unwanted orphans who, due to their scheming ways, have already run off three priests.
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The Gooch


A short-lived Diff'rent Strokes spin-off about the home life of a middle-school bully.
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Nice Work If You Can Get It


Starring a young Julia Louis Dreyfus, this sitcom focused on the lives and loves of two pretty waitresses who worked at a posh LA restaurant and just happened to be long-lost sisters.
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Dreams


This half-hour sitcom starred John Stamos as Gino Minnelli, welder by day and aspiring rock musician by night, trying to “make it” in Philly.
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The Brady Brides


A Brady Bunch spin-off that portrayed the lives of Marcia and Jan, after they grew up, got married in a double ceremony, and moved their families into the same house together.
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Oh Grow Up!


A tightly wound actress played by Jami Gertz moves back to her hometown and opens a daycare center that is populated by some real characters.
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