Who stumper

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Its the middle of the night, I can't sleep, thats why I take revenge with the stumpers!! Todays question: Who was the first married couple to be shown in bed together during PRIME TIME television?

-- mitch hearn (moopups@citlink.net), January 21, 2002


Mornin Mitch, here's a guess...Bob Newhart and Suzanne Pleshette on the Bob Newhart Show?

-- Annie (mistletoe6@earthlink.net), January 21, 2002.

Was is Lucy & Ricky Ricardo? I know they were in separate beds for a while, but I think they joined their beds later.

-- Charleen in WNY (harperhill@eznet.net), January 21, 2002.

I am maybe too young to answer this question, but I always thought it was Mike and Carol Brady.

-- Cathy N. (keeper8@attcanada.ca), January 21, 2002.

Y'all are in the right time frame, but I am going to go wax the dance floor for this one. Blatant hint: the couple were not real people.~

-- mitch hearn (moopups@citlink.net), January 21, 2002.

Well, I thought Lucy and Ricky was the right answer until you gave that clue, Mitch! So..... was it Fred and Wilma Flintstone?

-- Cheryl in KS (cherylmccoy@rocketmail.com), January 21, 2002.

Congradulations Cheryl, your learning to think like a man also.!!

New question: Which state has the highest ratio of people who walk to work?

(#*&^%#@ wax, dance floor+*&^%).

-- mitch hearn (moopups@citlink.net), January 21, 2002.

Y'all try to not knock me down with all these answers. Use a little logic and think why people would live close to work.

-- mitch hearn (moopups@citlink.net), January 21, 2002.

San Fransisco,,or L.A.

-- Stan (sopal@net-port.com), January 21, 2002.

Shucks, Mitch. I thought you'd be so happy that I was finally learning to "think like a man" that you'd do a dance on that waxed floor just for me! LOL!

-- Cheryl in KS (cherylmccoy@rocketmail.com), January 21, 2002.

I hesitated to say New York earlier, and I still don't think I am right. As far as why people would walk to work, wouldn't that be so they would have money to buy a lunch?

-- rick W.V. - Stranded in Suburbia (Rick_122@hotmail.com), January 21, 2002.

9:00 pm. EST, its Alaska, towns are small, snow pile ups are not driveable, ect.

-- mitch hearn (moopups@citlink.net), January 21, 2002.

I looked at the "USA" on the globe, and stopped scanning when I got to Canada! Geez.

-- Rick (WV) (Rick_122@hotmail.com), January 22, 2002.

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