Which 60s TV Show Character Are You?



There are many spectacular 60s TV show characters and it is very hard to tell who one is more famous.

We have listed a few of them in no particular order.

Let us get started:

1.Fred Flintstone

To give you a background Fred Flintstone is the husband of Wilma, father of pebbles, and the friend of Barney Rubble who lives at his house. He is very immature, childish, and gets angry easily. Due to his impulsive nature, he often faces problems in daily life. While very tough from the outside he is still a very kind and generous man from the inside. He also doesn’t have any evil intentions behind anything he does.

2.Wilma Flintstone

Wilma Flintstone, unlike her husband, is very level-headed and often criticized Fred of his ill-fated schemes. She fell in love with Fred when she worked as a cigarette waitress at a resort. Her mother Pearl Pebble didn’t like Fred. In the series, Wilma had an orange-colored hair which she wore as a bun. She also wore a white necklace and a white single piece dress. She is friends with Betty Rubble who is the wife of Barney Rubble.

3.Jed Clampett

Jed Clampett is also one of the most famous characters of the 60s TV show ‘The Beverly Hillbillies’. Though the character has little formal education he is a sharp guy and has some of the best-written dialogs. Jed is a very highly skilled marksman and he is often praised for it. He is also extremely loyal to his family and friends.

4.Samantha Stephens

She is one of the most famous characters of Bewitched. Unlike other witches she is not evil towards humans. She is very intelligent and compassionate in nature. She is very strong-willed and one of those who stand up for their beliefs. While she likes being a housewife she just can’t let go her witching skills. She is very warm towards her children.

There are many more who deserve a place in this list and will surely make a place in our future entries. Till then have a good day.

“You’re not friends. You’ll never be friends. You’ll be in love ’til it kills you both. You’ll fight, and you’ll shag, and you’ll hate each other until it makes you quiver, but you’ll never be friends. Love isn’t brains, children, it’s blood — blood screaming inside you to work its will. I may be love’s bitch, but at least I’m man enough to admit it.”
― Joss Whedon

“They should.”

“Should be like a wood bee,” she said.

It was a private joke, a mocking appreciation of the slipperiness of even the simplest hope, a nonce catchphrase like so many others lifted from favorite movies or TV shows that served as a rote substitute for conversation and bound them like shut-in twins, each other’s best and, most often, only audience.”
― Stewart O’Nan, The Odds: A Love Story

“I lived through those books, songs, television shows, and movies – the way the characters talked, looked, acted. I thought that could translate over into reality, that I could make their world my world. I wanted so badly to run away from my life. But you can’t bury yourself in other people’s pages and scenes. You aren’t David Copperfield or Tom Sawyer. Those love songs on the radio might speak to you, but they’re not about you or the person you pine for. Life is not a John Hughes film.”
― Jason Diamond, Searching for John Hughes: Or Everything I Thought I Needed to Know about Life I Learned from Watching ’80s Movies

“It’s funny how we think life works a certain way because of TV and movies. Most people don’t really think about how scripts are edited and how people get to practice their lines and rehearse. If one doesn’t get it right they get to redo the scene until they do. In real life what’s missing or not working only comes up when we’re going along full blast. We end up being the editors of our lives only while we’re running in real time.”
― Mark Kendrick, Desert Sons

“To be truly happy, a man must live absolutely in the present, no thought of what’s gone before and no thought of what lies ahead. But a life with meaning, a man is condemned to wallow in the past and obsess about the future.”
― Daniel Linderman

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    Are you more of an indoors or outdoors person?

    • Indoors
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    How active/sporty would you say you are?

    • Very
    • A Little
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    On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the most, how spontaneous are you?

    • 1-5
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    Are you right handed or left handed?

    • Right
    • Left
    • Ambidextrous
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    Do you have more book smarts or street smarts?

    • Book Smarts
    • Street Smarts
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    Big city or small town?

    • Big City
    • Small Town
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    Choose a pattern!

    • Polka Dots
    • Stripes
    • Zig Zags
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    Which word describes your personality best?

    • Active
    • Sensible
    • Humble
    • Unique
    • Friendly
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    Choose a cold drink to cool you off on a hot summer day!

    • Lemonade
    • Sweet Tea
    • Fruit Smoothie
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    Your perfect significant other MUST be…

    • Sporty
    • Responsible
    • Down-to-earth
    • Quirky
    • Open-minded
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    Are you a parent?

    • I don’t really like kids
    • Yes, and I love it all the time!
    • Yes, and I love it sometimes
    • Maybe someday
    • Not yet
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    Are you good with your hands?

    • I’m good at breaking things
    • I think I’m pretty good, but people disagree
    • I like to tinker with things, but it only gets me in trouble
    • Not at all
    • I’m the king/queen of DIY
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    Have you been lucky in life?

    • I’ve been blessed!
    • Not so lucky in love
    • I always seem to get in strange predicaments
    • Mostly, but I can’t seem to get the one thing I want the most
    • My good luck gets me out of some weird jams
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    What is your relationship with Facebook?

    • I hate it and never use it!
    • I use it to post pictures of myself
    • I have a habit of offending people with my posts
    • It’s ok
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    Who is your best friend?

    • My spouse
    • A friend I’ve known since childhood
    • A friend who seems to constantly need my help
    • A friend who I’m always getting into trouble with

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