Do you know where some of the most famous TV shows were "spun off" from? You may be surprised. So put down that TV Guide crossword puzzle, and take this quiz to see how well you know these spinoffs! "Shazam!" This gas-slinger from the "Andy Griffith Show" joined the military and got into all sorts of mischief: Goober Pyle. Gomer Pyle. Howard Sprague. Ernest T. Bass. "Alice" spun-off a gum-snapping waitress with a penchant for grits kissing. What was the name of the show? "Vera". "Midge". "Belle". "Flo". The Bunkers' neighbors on "All in the Family" moved on up to their own titular sitcom. What was their name? Jeffersons. Washingtons. Cunninghams. Evans. Joanie Cunningham spun-off from her family in "Happy Days" to move to Chicago with her boyfriend... Potsie. Malph. Arnold. Chachi. Buffy slayed the vampires by putting a stake in their hearts. But which vampire won her heart, and his own show to boot? Spike. Angel. Dr. Acula. Morbius. "Frasier" starred Kelsey Grammer as a Seattle-based psychiatrist. Where did we first know his name? "Friends". "Seinfeld". "Cheers". "Maude". "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" was so popular, it spun off 3 hit series. Which of these characters did not get a show? Rhoda. Lou Grant. Murray. Phyllis. Mork from Ork appeared on this hit show once, went on to meet Mindy, and made Robin Williams a huge star. Which show was it? "Happy Days". "Love Boat". "Manimal". "X-Files". Everybody made friends with the characters from "Friends", but only one got a spinoff of their own. Who was it? Ross. Rachel. Joey. Phoebe. The blacksheep Ewing brother spun himself off of "Dallas" and into this California-based soap: "Falcon Crest". "Dynasty". "Knots Landing". "Peyton Place".