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The Honeymooners S01E18 The $99,000 Answer

The Honeymooners S01E18 The $99000 Answer Ralph is a contestant on The $99000 Answer, a game show similar to the real-life The $64000 Question, in that yo...

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The Honeymooners Full Episodes - The $99,000 00 Answer (clip)

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Alice calls Ralph an ELEPHANT! 8-13-2014

The Honeymooners "The $99000 Answer" episode. This scene is one of my favorites. LMAO.

McGarrity

That McGarrity guy is really pissed on account of Ralph got on the $99000 Answer so hes practising learning every god damned song in the world and waking up...

Watch the Honeymooners on a 1957 Zenith TV Part 1 of 3

This is a 1957 Zenith model Z3004R using the 17Z22Q chassis. Its the first TV to use the "practical" remote control, the space command 200. There were two pr...

Watch the Honeymooners on a 1957 Zenith TV part 3 of 3

This is a 1957 Zenith model Z3004R using the 17Z22Q chassis. Its the first TV to use the "practical" remote control, the space command 200. There were in fac...

Watch the Honeymooners on a 1957 Zenith TV part 2 of 3

This is a 1957 Zenith model Z3004R using the 17Z22Q chassis. Its the first TV to use the "practical" remote control, the space command 200. There were in fac...

DE CURTIS: Torna a Surriento (with Maestro Scalera)

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WTAJ
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 13:03:45 -0700

I think my favorite episode was when Ed was preparing Ralph for THE $99,000 ANSWER game show. Oh, my goodness. Pure 100% knee-slapping, belly busting comedy. How they ever got that piano up into the apartment….and Swanee River! You know if it ...
 
Fox News
Wed, 28 Aug 2013 05:31:22 -0700

Ralph finally has a chance to solve all of his financial problems forever–if he manages to win on a big-money quiz show, “The $99,000 Answer.” All he has to do is memorize everything about every musical composition ever written. With Norton ...
 
New York Daily News
Thu, 31 May 2012 03:03:03 -0700

So when initially asked if he agreed with Trump on the “birther” argument that Obama wasn't really born in the U.S., Romney became tongue-tied like Ralph Kramden on the “$99,000 Answer” episode. However, if Trump took his silly “birther” show on the ...
 
A.V. Club
Thu, 09 Aug 2012 22:08:20 -0700

The $99,000 Answer” (season 1, episode 18): Ralph crashes into TV Land again, this time as a contestant on a game show. This is a steadily rising soufflé of an episode that builds to a triumphant punchline. “Mama Loves Mambo” (season 1, episode 23): ...
 
Comicmix.com
Mon, 05 Mar 2012 10:08:37 -0800

Lack of money is a constant, something rarely seen at the time on television so watching him try to find a workaround for a Henry VIII costume is hysterical or Ralph's big chance, appearing on The $99,000 Answer answering questions about pop music.
 
Starpulse.com (blog)
Thu, 28 Aug 2008 08:56:21 -0700

"The Honeymooners" should be on the list with "The $99,000 Answer" instead. Other snubs include Felix and Oscar on "Password" on "The Odd Couple", Nick Yemana's death on "Barney Miller", the Turkey Drop on "WKRP in Cincinnati", Marcia gets hit in the ...
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