Many of us look back with great fondness on the 1990s, in particular the TV shows that kept us glued to our screens.
Comedy writers in their prime gave us classics such as Only Fools and Horses, Red Dwarf and Father Ted, as well as many others.
But how well do you remember those amazing shows and classic moments?
We’ve pulled together 23 brainteasers to prove if you’re as shrewd as one of Del Boy’s money-spinning plans or a bit of a smeghead.
So why not give it a go with your family and friends – or by yourself if you wish – and see who comes out on top when it comes to classic comedy shows from the 1990s.
Scroll down to the end of the question to find out the answers.
1. Singer Tony Angelino joins forces with Raquel in Only Fools and Horses to belt out a hilarious version of which song?
2. In the Royle Family, Jim is best-known for playing which musical instrument?
3. What was the name of Geraldine Granger’s best friend – and also the church’s verger – in The Vicar of Dibley?
4. If you were hearing the insult “smeghead” being thrown somebody’s way, which space-related comedy would you be watching?
5. Gary and Tony were seen on our screens as Men Behaving Badly, but what were the names of Gary’s girlfriend and the woman Tony loved who lived in the flat above?
6. Things never seemed to go to plan for Victor Meldrew in One Foot in the Grave – what was he often heard to say when things went wrong?
7. When confronted by a burglar in their flat, where did Bottom’s calamity duo Rich and Eddie hide him when the police turned up?
8. The Fast Show gave us a number of catchphrases that are still used today, but what was the one used by tailors Ken and Kenneth whenever they got in to a conversation with a customer?
9. When Father Ted tackles the topic of perspective with Father Dougal, which animal is the centre of their discussion which includes the legendary line: “These are small…but those out there are far away. Small…far away.”
10. Failed TV presenter Alan Partridge moves in to local radio and hosts a show in which English city?
11. If you were paying a visit to the residents of Royston Vasey, which comedy show would be watching?
12. Neil Pearson and Stephen Tompkinson starred in Drop the Dead Donkey – what was the name of their media organisation?
13. Harry Enfield and Chums aired throughout the mid-1990s, but what was the name of the ill-mannered teenager often heard saying: “That’s so unfair!”
14. Keeping Up Appearances’ protagonist Hyacinth Bucket insisted that her surname was pronounced like what word?
15. Chris Barrie played the incompetent manager of a leisure centre in which 1990s comedy?
16. The Porter family were at the centre of 2point4 Children – how many children were actually in the Porter household?
17. What was the name of the show in which Nicholas Lyndhurst lived a double life by travelling back in time to the Second World War?
18. Arthur Bostrum, who hails from Rugby, played Officer Crabtree in classic show ‘Allo Allo who was well-know for mispronouncing things…how would he pronounce the greeting ‘good morning’?
19. Sharon and Tracey are brought together in Birds of a Feather when their husbands are sent to prison for what crime?
20. Dinnerladies was written by which late, great comedian and writer?
21. Rab C Nesbitt was a Scottish alcoholic who many of us failed to understand every word he said – from which Scottish city did Rab hail?
22. What is the name of the police station at which Rowan Atkinson is the Inspector in The Thin Blue Line?
23. Kathy Burke and James Dreyfus played flatmates in which innuendo-filled show?
3. Alice Tinker
4. Red Dwarf
5. Dorothy and Deborah
6. I don’t believe it!
7. They Sellotaped him to the ceiling
8. Suits you, sir!
11. The League of Gentleman
12. GlobeLink News
15. The Brittas Empire
17. Goodnight Sweetheart
18. Good moaning
19. Armed robbery
20. Victoria Wood
23. Gimme Gimme Gimme