Feeling a bit nostalgic for classic '80s sitcoms? So are we. Get ready for a blast from the past - test your memory to see if you can remember all these great shows!
"ALF," short for Alien Life Form was a popular show in the 1980s. Fun Fact: "ALF" has the honor of being the first TV show to be broadcast in Dolby Surround.
"The A-Team" was a surprise hit and boasts a cult following, even today. The team was made up of four crime-solving Vietnam vets.
The show was a unique take on Alex P. Keaton's conservative viewpoints, compared to his hippie parents.
KITT was everyone's dream car. This Pontiac Trans Am could move at up to 300 MPH. KITT and David Hasselhoff made quite a pair.
"Frasier" was a long-lived spinoff of "Cheers" and featured Frasier Crane, friendly neighborhood psychiatrist.
Fred Savage, the actor who portrayed Kevin Arnold, also played The Grandson in the movie, "The Princess Bride."
Betty White, who played the character of Rose Nylund, was born January 17, 1922.
The show starred Don Johnson as James Crockett and Philip Michael Thomas as Ricardo Tubbs. Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith are the parents of Dakota Johnson, who stars in the "Fifty Shades" movies.
"M*A*S*H" was based on a 1968 novel by Richard Hooker. The show was set during the Korean War.
"Laverne & Shirley" ran from 1976 to 1983 and remains popular on late-night television. An old Yiddish song was revived in the show - “Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer Incorporated!”
Tom Hanks dressed in drag to get cheap rent in this series. A modern reboot with the same actors would be hilarious.
"WKRP in Cincinnati" only ran for four years, from 1978-1982. A classic episode involved the fact that turkeys can't fly.
Kirk Cameron, who played Mike Seaver, is the brother of Candace Cameron Bure, who starred in "Full House."
The original popular sitcom was not well received by critics, but remained popular with viewers until it was canceled in 1995.
"Taxi" won 18 Emmys! The outstanding cast included Judd Hirsch, Danny DeVito, Marilu Henner, Tony Danza, Andy Kaufman, Christopher Lloyd, and many more comedic greats.
Series star Ricky Schroder went on to star in several movies and television shows. These days, he prefers to go by "Rick."
"The Jeffersons" was a spinoff of "All in the Family." Another spinoff from the show was "Maude," which in turn spun off "Good Times."
The lead character was abandoned by her mother at a shopping center! The show ran for four seasons and 88 episodes.
Nell Carter began her career on Broadway in 1971. "Gimme a Break!" ran from 1981 to 1987.
Jaleel White played the beloved Urkel. Head of household Carl Winslow, played by Reginald VelJohnson, was a police officer in this show.
Delta Burke, Dixie Carter, Jean Smart and Annie Potts made up an all-star cast.
Hazzard County Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane chased Bo and Luke down the roads of the county. The car in this show, the General Lee, may have been more popular than the show itself.
Benson was a popular character on the successful sitcom, "Soap," before spinning off into his own popular show.
"Happy Days" ran from 1974 to 1984 on ABC. This was the first show to "jump the shark," when Fonzie did so - literally.
"Night Court" featured actor Harry Anderson, who is also a magician.
The theme song for "Newhart" was composed by Henry Mancini, winner of 20 Grammy Awards. Mancini also wrote the theme for "Pink Panther."
Paul Reiser is considered one of the best stand-up comedians of all time.
Vicki Lawrence recorded the song "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" in 1973. She rose to great fame playing opposite comedian Carol Burnett.
Bronson Pinchot, who played Balki, also starred in several movies, including "Risky Business" and "Beverly Hills Cop."
The show starred Jane Curtin and Susan Saint James. Jane Curtin began her career on "Saturday Night Live" in 1975.
"The Cosby Show" was, for five full seasons, the highest rated show. Bill Cosby originally wanted his character to be a plumber, rather than an obstetrician.
Ed O'Neill and Katey Sagal led the show on the newly founded network, Fox. O'Neill went on to star in "Modern Family," while Sagal voiced a one-eyed beauty in "Futurama."
John Ritter, who played Jack Tripper, also performed roles on Broadway. Oh, and don't forget about "Clifford the Big Red Dog."
Cybill Shepherd was actually billed as the star of "Moonlighting." The chemistry between Shepherd and Willis made great TV.
"Head of the Class" ran from 1986 to 1991. Howard Hesseman, also of "WKRP" fame, starred as a substitute teacher.