1. Who's your friend when things get rough?
2. This jazzy theme to a show set in Chicago was called "Home to Emily."
3. "The weekend comes, my cycle hums, ready to race to you" is part of what 70s sitcom theme?
4. This long-running 70s show used the theme "Suicide is Painless."
5. Who composed the theme for "What's Happening?"
6. "Yakety Sax" by Boots Randolph played over the credits of what British show?
7. This 70s kids show started out with sliding bass guitar notes, and included the lyrics "Na, na, na, gonna have a good time, hey hey hey!"
8. "Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow" was the theme to this 70s police drama.
9. John Sebastian had a Number 1 hit in 1976 with this TV theme to my favorite show in the 70s.
10. This show's theme featured the two stars sitting at the piano and singing.
11. Tom Scott composed the theme to this 70s buddy cop show, as instantly recognizable as its 1974 red Ford Torino with the white stripe.
12. Who's the "Number One super guy, quicker than the human eye?"
13. Maureen McGovern's 1979 hit "Different Worlds" was the theme from what show?
14. "Making Our Dreams Come True" was the title of this theme from a 70s sitcom.
15. "The plane! The plane!" was heard during the theme to what show?
16. "TSOP" by MFSB is better known as the theme to what show?
17. Rhythm Heritage had a Number 1 hit with the theme from this police show.
Bonus: John Phillip Sousa's "The Liberty Bell" march is better known as the theme to what 70s British sketch comedy show?