QUIZ: Can You Name These Sitcoms From Just an Image of Their Empty Sets?

TV sitcoms have been a source of laughter in many homes throughout the world, and a lot of fans swear that they know everything there is to know about their favorite sitcoms like “The Big Bang Theory,” “Friends,” and “The Conners.” But most people wouldn’t be able to identify the most popular sitcoms just by looking an empty set. Can you? Take this quiz and prove it!

TV sitcoms have been a source of laughter in many homes throughout the world, and a lot of fans swear that they know everything there is to know about their favorite sitcoms like “The Big Bang Theory,” “Friends,” and “The Conners.” But most people wouldn’t be able to identify the most popular sitcoms just by looking an empty set. Can you? Take this quiz and prove it!

For several seasons, Ted Mosby shared a story with his kids about the important events that led him to meet someone very important. Which show was this set from?

  • Will and Grace
  • How I Met Your Mother
  • The Big Bang Theory

The main apartment is located in the Upper West Side of New York City, at least as far as the show is concerned. But in real-life, it’s nothing more than a set at Soundstage Studio 22 in Los Angeles, California.

The main apartment is located in the Upper West Side of New York City, at least as far as the show is concerned. But in real-life, it’s nothing more than a set at Soundstage Studio 22 in Los Angeles, California.

What sitcom does this kitchen set belong to? The frame on the door should give it away.

  • Friends
  • Mad About You
  • Who’s the Boss

The popular sitcom was originally shot at Warner Bros. Stage 5, but eventually moved to Stage 24, which was larger. Oddly enough, both stages were in Burbank, California, but the show took place in New York.

The popular sitcom was originally shot at Warner Bros. Stage 5, but eventually moved to Stage 24, which was larger. Oddly enough, both stages were in Burbank, California, but the show took place in New York.

Which show had a kitchen with so many stainless steel appliances and chairs?

  • Suburgatory
  • Black-ish
  • Modern Family

The entire set of "Black-ish" is a studio and is not based on an actual home. The show’s creators wanted to make this home appear to be idyllic for a middle-class American family, so most of the décor consists of items that can be easily found at many stores.

The entire set of "Black-ish" is a studio and is not based on an actual home. The show’s creators wanted to make this home appear to be idyllic for a middle-class American family, so most of the décor consists of items that can be easily found at many stores.

This set was the home of one of the families on this popular sitcom, but the other families on the show had their own homes, too. Which show owned this living room?

  • Modern Family
  • New Girl
  • The Middle

The interior of a lot of the homes on the long running sitcom had some fancy decorations which were indicative of just how financially affluent families like the Dunphys and the Pritchetts were.

The interior of a lot of the homes on the long running sitcom had some fancy decorations which were indicative of just how financially affluent families like the Dunphys and the Pritchetts were.

This living room and the quilt on the couch may be as popular as the dysfunctional family that lived here. Which show does this set belong to?

  • Married... with Children
  • The Cosby Show
  • Roseanne

"Roseanne’s" TV family, the Conners, spent a lot of time in this living room and the real irony is that it was based on an actual home in Evansville. However, the show’s setting took place in a fictional town called Lanford.

"Roseanne’s" TV family, the Conners, spent a lot of time in this living room and the real irony is that it was based on an actual home in Evansville. However, the show’s setting took place in a fictional town called Lanford.

Which monochromatic sitcom does this living room belong to?

  • I Love Lucy
  • I Dream of Jeannie
  • Bewitched

Unlike other shows of its era, “I Love Lucy” used three cameras instead of one. It also used a live audience, which was sometimes a problem because the microphones would often pick up chatter from the audience.

Unlike other shows of its era, “I Love Lucy” used three cameras instead of one. It also used a live audience, which was sometimes a problem because the microphones would often pick up chatter from the audience.

Which sitcom does this apartment belong to? Hint: It has the same name as the main actor of the series.

  • Seinfeld
  • Will & Grace
  • Roseanne

This was the interior used on the hit sitcom "Seinfeld" starring Jerry Seinfeld. Ironically, it’s not an actual apartment but a studio set where many of the hilarious characters sat on the couch or hung out between takes.

This was the interior used on the hit sitcom "Seinfeld" starring Jerry Seinfeld. Ironically, it’s not an actual apartment but a studio set where many of the hilarious characters sat on the couch or hung out between takes.

Which sitcom does this bar belong to? Hint: The show takes place in Boston.

  • The Conners
  • The Big Bang Theory
  • Cheers

Although the show’s fictional characters were in Boston, the set was located inside a Paramount Studios lot in Hollywood, California. However, there is an actual Cheers bar in Boston, but it doesn’t look anything like the one from the show.

Although the show’s fictional characters were in Boston, the set was located inside a Paramount Studios lot in Hollywood, California. However, there is an actual Cheers bar in Boston, but it doesn’t look anything like the one from the show.

It was the first major sitcom to be filmed in front of a live audience. Which sitcom does this set belong to?

  • Sanford and Son
  • All in the Family
  • The Jeffersons

Beloved characters like Archie and Edith Bunker once called this set home. Ironically, the show was filmed first and then played back to an audience, whose reactions were recorded and then added in the background to make the audience reactions heard on the show more believable than a basic laugh track.

Beloved characters like Archie and Edith Bunker once called this set home. Ironically, the show was filmed first and then played back to an audience, whose reactions were recorded and then added in the background to make the audience reactions heard on the show more believable than a basic laugh track.

In which show did three beautiful women and four geeks hang out all the time?

  • New Girl
  • Two and a Half Men
  • The Big Bang Theory

If there’s one thing fans learned from this popular sitcom it's that Sheldon, Leonard, Raj and Howard could talk about scientific stuff all day, and yet somehow, they managed to have some pretty awesome love lives, too.

If there’s one thing fans learned from this popular sitcom it's that Sheldon, Leonard, Raj and Howard could talk about scientific stuff all day, and yet somehow, they managed to have some pretty awesome love lives, too.

This set belonged to a popular 1970s sitcom about two families that came together.

  • The Partridge Family
  • Happy Days
  • The Brady Bunch

When Mike married Carol, they also became stepparents to each other’s kids. Mike had three boys and Carol had three girls, and together they became The Brady Bunch.

When Mike married Carol, they also became stepparents to each other’s kids. Mike had three boys and Carol had three girls, and together they became The Brady Bunch.

The characters on this retro-themed show weren’t just high on life.

  • Two and a Half Men
  • That ‘70s Show
  • Two Broke Girls

The series starred up and coming actors like Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher among others and it took place during the 1970s. The hilarious premise of the show allowed viewers to watch as a group of friends slowly embraced adulthood.

The series starred up and coming actors like Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher among others and it took place during the 1970s. The hilarious premise of the show allowed viewers to watch as a group of friends slowly embraced adulthood.

A character from this set left his fiancé at the altar and moved into this place.

  • Modern Family
  • The Big Bang Theory
  • Will & Grace

In the series premiere, Grace leaves her fiancé at the altar and ends up moving in with her openly gay best friend, Will in his New York City Apartment. The sitcom had audiences in stitches for 8 seasons. Then the show returned as a revival for three more seasons.

In the series premiere, Grace leaves her fiancé at the altar and ends up moving in with her openly gay best friend, Will in his New York City Apartment. The sitcom had audiences in stitches for 8 seasons. Then the show returned as a revival for three more seasons.

What show does this set belong to? Hint: Suzanne Somers starred in this show.

  • Three’s Company
  • The Andy Griffith Show
  • Mad About You

In this popular sitcom, two girls needed a third roommate, so they offered the spot to a guy they discovered passed out in a bathtub. He accepted and moved into their Santa Monica apartment.

In this popular sitcom, two girls needed a third roommate, so they offered the spot to a guy they discovered passed out in a bathtub. He accepted and moved into their Santa Monica apartment.

They may not have been The Brady Bunch, but they sure had a lot of people living under one roof.

  • The Hogan Family
  • Family Matters
  • Full House

When Danny’s wife passed away from a tragic accident, his best friend Joey and his brother-in-law Jesse moved in to help him raise his three girls, D.J., Stephanie and Michelle.

When Danny’s wife passed away from a tragic accident, his best friend Joey and his brother-in-law Jesse moved in to help him raise his three girls, D.J., Stephanie and Michelle.

If someone needed to find a decent assistant to the regional manager, then this was the place to go.

  • How I Met Your Mother
  • The Golden Girls
  • The Office

Based off of a U.K. series, this sitcom had characters working together at an office selling paper. Now that might not sound very interesting, but the crazy things they did to sell their products had people glued to their television sets.

Based off of a U.K. series, this sitcom had characters working together at an office selling paper. Now that might not sound very interesting, but the crazy things they did to sell their products had people glued to their television sets.

An ex-baseball player shows up at a single mother’s home offering to clean her house.

  • The Golden Girls
  • Who’s the Boss?
  • Married... with Children

Tony Danza played Tony Micelli, a single dad who leaves Brooklyn with his daughter and moves to Connecticut to work for a single mom named Angela Bower. Although she’s reluctant about hiring a male housekeeper, he soon becomes a very important part of her life.

Tony Danza played Tony Micelli, a single dad who leaves Brooklyn with his daughter and moves to Connecticut to work for a single mom named Angela Bower. Although she’s reluctant about hiring a male housekeeper, he soon becomes a very important part of her life.

Like "The Brady Bunch," a couple each brought three kids into their relationship.

  • Step by Step
  • Home Improvement
  • Two Broke Girls

In this show, a divorced contractor named Frank Lambert and a widowed beautician named Carol Foster move in under the same roof. But there are lots of ups and downs along the way as the kids from each parent try to adjust to being in each other’s lives.

In this show, a divorced contractor named Frank Lambert and a widowed beautician named Carol Foster move in under the same roof. But there are lots of ups and downs along the way as the kids from each parent try to adjust to being in each other’s lives.

Which sitcom matches this set? Hint: The show had a smart, albeit annoying, neighbor.

  • Family Matters
  • The Cosby Show
  • The Jeffersons

Officer Carl Winslow and his family lived in this house, but their neighbor Steve Urkel was constantly dropping by. And while he didn’t mean to, he often tried Carl's patience, especially when Urkel tried hitting on his daughter, Laura.

Officer Carl Winslow and his family lived in this house, but their neighbor Steve Urkel was constantly dropping by. And while he didn’t mean to, he often tried Carl's patience, especially when Urkel tried hitting on his daughter, Laura.

Being the good husband that he was, he moved his practice to New York so his wife could pursue her career in this series.

  • Family Ties
  • Growing Pains
  • Home Improvement

A psychiatrist named Jason Seaver decided to put his wife first when he moved his practice into his home so he could continue treating his patients while his better half continued her career.

A psychiatrist named Jason Seaver decided to put his wife first when he moved his practice into his home so he could continue treating his patients while his better half continued her career.

To prevent him from getting into more trouble, this character’s mom sent him to live with his family in California.

  • Perfect Strangers
  • The Wonder Years
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Will Smith starred in this popular sitcom as a young man who moved in with his auntie and uncle in Bel-Air after landing into trouble. The troubled character’s coming-of-age antics made for a highly entertaining series.

Will Smith starred in this popular sitcom as a young man who moved in with his auntie and uncle in Bel-Air after landing into trouble. The troubled character’s coming-of-age antics made for a highly entertaining series.

Try to name the show that’s linked to this unforgettable set.

  • Cheers
  • Frasier
  • Everybody Loves Raymond

The sitcom was a spin-off of “Cheers” and had the popular character Frasier move to Seattle to start a new life. Over the course of the series, Frasier offers words of advice on his radio show.

The sitcom was a spin-off of “Cheers” and had the popular character Frasier move to Seattle to start a new life. Over the course of the series, Frasier offers words of advice on his radio show.

This bar belongs to a group of underachieving co-owners.

  • Mom
  • Cheers
  • It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Pady’s Pub is an Irish Bar owned by Mac, Dee and Dennis. Unfortunately, this team of co-owners are always at each other’s throats and try plotting against one another constantly.

Pady’s Pub is an Irish Bar owned by Mac, Dee and Dennis. Unfortunately, this team of co-owners are always at each other’s throats and try plotting against one another constantly.

The exterior shot of this set shows MacLaren's bar, where the folks from this sitcom kick back a few drinks.

  • Cheers
  • How I Met Your Mother
  • The Big Bang Theory

The character Ted was a frequent patron of MacLaren’s before he eventually settled down and started a family. Unfortunately, he spent several seasons dragging his kids along with stories that eventually led to how he met their mother.

The character Ted was a frequent patron of MacLaren’s before he eventually settled down and started a family. Unfortunately, he spent several seasons dragging his kids along with stories that eventually led to how he met their mother.

Which cartoon family calls this house home?

  • The Simpsons
  • Bob’s Burgers
  • Family Guy

For 32 seasons, Homer Simpson and his family, along with the residents of Springfield, have provided plenty of hilarious situations that have left fans coming back to watch year after year.

For 32 seasons, Homer Simpson and his family, along with the residents of Springfield, have provided plenty of hilarious situations that have left fans coming back to watch year after year.

The people on this set always enjoyed each other’s company, and they were always there for each other.

  • 2 Broke Girls
  • Friends
  • That ‘70s Show

Although they didn’t all share the same apartment, Chandler, Joey, Monica, Ross, Phoebe and Rachel sure loved spending a lot of time in this living room talking about life, relationship woes, and other issues.

Although they didn’t all share the same apartment, Chandler, Joey, Monica, Ross, Phoebe and Rachel sure loved spending a lot of time in this living room talking about life, relationship woes, and other issues.

Criminals are no match for the detectives that work on this set.

  • Reno 911!
  • Cop Rock
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine

This half-hour comedy follows detective Jake Peralta and the officers of the city’s 99th precinct as they get into one jam after another while trying to keep the criminal elements of the city at bay.

This half-hour comedy follows detective Jake Peralta and the officers of the city’s 99th precinct as they get into one jam after another while trying to keep the criminal elements of the city at bay.

Although this sitcom is filmed in the 21st century, it is set in the 1980s.

  • The Goldbergs
  • This Is Us
  • Glow

This sitcom has a member of the family discuss what it was like growing up with family in the 1980s. The series has recreated the era so precisely that it makes anyone who grew up in that time feel totally nostalgic.

This sitcom has a member of the family discuss what it was like growing up with family in the 1980s. The series has recreated the era so precisely that it makes anyone who grew up in that time feel totally nostalgic.

The Matthews family raised their kids in this home. What sitcom does this house belong to?

  • Family Matters
  • Boy Meets World
  • Step by Step

Over the years, viewers got to see Cory Matthews grow up in this home. And then, audiences got a second chance to watch him and his wife Topanga raise their daughter in the spin-off series “Girl Meets World.”

Over the years, viewers got to see Cory Matthews grow up in this home. And then, audiences got a second chance to watch him and his wife Topanga raise their daughter in the spin-off series “Girl Meets World.”

Only someone who truly understood the meaning of friendship was allowed to stay in this house.

  • The Golden Girls
  • Full House
  • Friends

For seven seasons, Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia called this set home. And viewers got to watch as this elderly group of female friends laughed, cried and supported one another in this hilarious sitcom.

For seven seasons, Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia called this set home. And viewers got to watch as this elderly group of female friends laughed, cried and supported one another in this hilarious sitcom.

An obstetrician and a lawyer raised their daughters and son in this very house.

  • Will & Grace
  • Frasier
  • The Cosby Show

Cliff Huxtable and his wife Claire raised their daughters Sondra, Vanessa, Denise and Rudy, as well as their son Theo. While the sitcom offered plenty of laughter, it also gave viewers an insight into this upper-middle-class family.

Cliff Huxtable and his wife Claire raised their daughters Sondra, Vanessa, Denise and Rudy, as well as their son Theo. While the sitcom offered plenty of laughter, it also gave viewers an insight into this upper-middle-class family.

What sitcom does this kitchen belong to? Hint: The Batman figurine and the Vulcan salute mitten should be a dead giveaway.

  • The Big Bang Theory
  • Blossom
  • Punky Brewster

Leonard and Penny’s kitchen was once Leonard and Sheldon’s kitchen before she moved in. And the set is decorated with items that symbolize the characters’ love for science fiction.

Leonard and Penny’s kitchen was once Leonard and Sheldon’s kitchen before she moved in. And the set is decorated with items that symbolize the characters’ love for science fiction.

This living space also serves as a place where people go to discuss their personal problems.

  • Frasier
  • Cheers
  • 227

Although Dr. Frasier lives here, he sometimes uses this space to help his patients out when they need someone to talk to. Besides patients, this living space is frequented by Frasier’s father and brother.

Although Dr. Frasier lives here, he sometimes uses this space to help his patients out when they need someone to talk to. Besides patients, this living space is frequented by Frasier’s father and brother.

Audiences were tricked into believing that this house was in Bel-Air. What sitcom was it used for?

  • Blossom
  • Full House
  • Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

The location of this home is 251 North Bristol Avenue in Brentwood, California, which is ironic since the series takes place in Bel-Air. Another interesting tidbit is that the interior shots were filmed at the Columbia/Sunset Gower Studios.

The location of this home is 251 North Bristol Avenue in Brentwood, California, which is ironic since the series takes place in Bel-Air. Another interesting tidbit is that the interior shots were filmed at the Columbia/Sunset Gower Studios.

Where would you be if you were a guest in this living room? Hint: A lawyer and a red head live here.

  • I Love Lucy
  • Will & Grace
  • Bewitched

That’s right! This is Will’s apartment, but of course, Grace has been his on-again/off-again platonic roommate. And while she’s straight and he’s not, these two friends are each other’s soul mates.

That’s right! This is Will’s apartment, but of course, Grace has been his on-again/off-again platonic roommate. And while she’s straight and he’s not, these two friends are each other’s soul mates.

Which sitcom does the exterior of this home belong to? Hint: The main character was always in the middle.

  • Two and a Half Men
  • Malcolm in the Middle
  • Growing Pains

The home’s exterior was located in 12334 Cantura Street, Toluca Lake, California. The studio rented the home on a daily basis to film the sitcom. Unfortunately, the property was rebuilt over the years so it doesn’t look anything like the way it did on the show.

The home’s exterior was located in 12334 Cantura Street, Toluca Lake, California. The studio rented the home on a daily basis to film the sitcom. Unfortunately, the property was rebuilt over the years so it doesn’t look anything like the way it did on the show.

It might not look like it, but a lot of magical mayhem and foolishness happened in these walls.

  • I Dream of Jeannie
  • Sabrina the Teenage Witch
  • Bewitched

This was the home of Darrin and Samantha Stephens. Of course, fans of the late 1960s and early 1970s series will recall that Samantha was a witch married to a mortal. And many of her family members popped in to cause problems for the couple throughout the series.

This was the home of Darrin and Samantha Stephens. Of course, fans of the late 1960s and early 1970s series will recall that Samantha was a witch married to a mortal. And many of her family members popped in to cause problems for the couple throughout the series.

What comedy-drama series from the late 1980s and early 1990s does this house belong to? Hint: A grown-up version of the main character narrated the series.

  • Full House
  • Step by Step
  • The Wonder Years

A grown-up Kevin provided commentary as viewers got to relive his young teenage counterpart’s past. Although the exterior of the home came from a California neighborhood, the interior shots seen on the series were filmed on a studio set.

A grown-up Kevin provided commentary as viewers got to relive his young teenage counterpart’s past. Although the exterior of the home came from a California neighborhood, the interior shots seen on the series were filmed on a studio set.

Although the characters on this sitcom spent a lot of time at home, this café was their favorite hangout spot.

  • New Girl
  • Frasier
  • Friends

If the set doesn’t give it away, then perhaps the logo on the window will. This is the set of the show’s café called Central Perk. It was featured heavily throughout the series.

If the set doesn’t give it away, then perhaps the logo on the window will. This is the set of the show’s café called Central Perk. It was featured heavily throughout the series.

Here’s another view of a popular sitcom set where Jerry, Elaine and Kramer hung out.

  • Frasier
  • Will & Grace
  • Seinfeld

The set was beautifully decorated and, of course, Seinfeld and the rest of his friends spent a great deal of time here, but there wasn’t a whole lot that went on in this particular set.

The set was beautifully decorated and, of course, Seinfeld and the rest of his friends spent a great deal of time here, but there wasn’t a whole lot that went on in this particular set.

It was very small and the only way anyone could get in was with magic.

  • Bewitched
  • I Dream of Jeannie
  • The Brady Bunch

This was the interior set of Jeannie’s bottle. Of course, Jeannie was a magical creature that could smoke her way in and out of the bottle by blinking. But if someone closed the bottle with a cork, she was trapped until someone released her. And anyone who opened the bottle became her master.

This was the interior set of Jeannie’s bottle. Of course, Jeannie was a magical creature that could smoke her way in and out of the bottle by blinking. But if someone closed the bottle with a cork, she was trapped until someone released her. And anyone who opened the bottle became her master.

Which animated sitcom does this setting belong to?

  • American Dad!
  • The Simpsons
  • Family Guy

The animated characters live on Spooner Street in a fictional town in Rhode Island. According to the show’s myth, the town was initially thought to be founded by Miles Musket and a magical mollusk, but it was later discovered that a British national was the original founder.

The animated characters live on Spooner Street in a fictional town in Rhode Island. According to the show’s myth, the town was initially thought to be founded by Miles Musket and a magical mollusk, but it was later discovered that a British national was the original founder.

This kitchen was located in a home in the fictional town of Lanford. Which sitcom did it belong to?

  • Roseanne
  • 227
  • Amen

This kitchen was where Roseanne, her husband Dan, and their kids would sit down for a meal to talk about their day. The kitchen was eventually recreated during the show’s revival which later turned into the spin-off “The Conners.”

This kitchen was where Roseanne, her husband Dan, and their kids would sit down for a meal to talk about their day. The kitchen was eventually recreated during the show’s revival which later turned into the spin-off “The Conners.”

The exterior never changed, but the filming location did. Who owned the house? Hint: He was a miserable shoe salesman.

  • Who’s the Boss?
  • Married... with Children
  • All in the Family

The exterior of the home was located at 641 Castlewood Lane in Deerfield, Illinois, but the film set was changed three times. The series first shot at the ABC Television Center before moving to Columbia Studios and eventually to Sony Pictures.

The exterior of the home was located at 641 Castlewood Lane in Deerfield, Illinois, but the film set was changed three times. The series first shot at the ABC Television Center before moving to Columbia Studios and eventually to Sony Pictures.

This kitchen was not out of this world, but those who lived in this home were.

  • Alf
  • 3rd Rock From the Sun
  • Punky Brewster

The sitcom featured Dick, Harry, Sally and Tommy, four aliens who took human form and lived in this house while learning all there was to know about humanity before ultimately returning home.

The sitcom featured Dick, Harry, Sally and Tommy, four aliens who took human form and lived in this house while learning all there was to know about humanity before ultimately returning home.

This home’s address was 10 Stigwood Avenue, but it was just a fictional address, and most of the show was filmed somewhere else.

  • The Jeffersons
  • Amen
  • The Cosby Show

The exterior of this home was in Greenwich Village in Manhattan. But most of the show about the African-American family known as the Huxtables was shot in Queens at the Kaufman Astoria Studios.

The exterior of this home was in Greenwich Village in Manhattan. But most of the show about the African-American family known as the Huxtables was shot in Queens at the Kaufman Astoria Studios.

This room is part of a show about a mom and daughter who have issues with alcohol.

  • Kate and Allie
  • Seinfeld
  • Mom

The CBS sitcom featured Bonnie and Kristie as a mother and daughter who are trying to get their lives together after struggling with alcohol and other controlled substances. Other characters on the show also have some form of addiction which allows them to relate to the main characters.

The CBS sitcom featured Bonnie and Kristie as a mother and daughter who are trying to get their lives together after struggling with alcohol and other controlled substances. Other characters on the show also have some form of addiction which allows them to relate to the main characters.

This house was called the Seawind unit and was featured quite a bit throughout the series. Which sitcom does it belong to?

  • Modern Family
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Arrested Development

This property was on 1 Lucille Lane and it had tons of flaws that made some characters wonder how long the house would remain intact. And while the house was in a subdivision, there weren’t a lot of neighbors.

This property was on 1 Lucille Lane and it had tons of flaws that made some characters wonder how long the house would remain intact. And while the house was in a subdivision, there weren’t a lot of neighbors.

The main character’s wife sat on this couch all the time doing two of her favorite things. What show does this set belong to?

  • Married... with Children
  • Friends
  • Modern Family

While Al Bundy was often seen with his hands down his pants trying to watch a football game or an episode of “Psycho Dad,” his wife Peg sat on this couch eating chocolate and watching Oprah.

While Al Bundy was often seen with his hands down his pants trying to watch a football game or an episode of “Psycho Dad,” his wife Peg sat on this couch eating chocolate and watching Oprah.

Most episodes of this sitcom started with the exterior shot of this house.

  • The Golden Girls
  • Laverne and Shirley
  • Mork and Mindy

The exterior of this house was the home of four older women who shared a place in Miami, Florida as well as a powerful friendship. Ironically, the exterior had nothing to do with the interior viewers saw, which was actually just a studio set.

The exterior of this house was the home of four older women who shared a place in Miami, Florida as well as a powerful friendship. Ironically, the exterior had nothing to do with the interior viewers saw, which was actually just a studio set.

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