Oh, Rob! "The Dick Van Dyke Show" is one of the most beloved TV shows of all time, but how well do you really know it? Take the ultimate showbiz quiz, and make sure you don't trip over the ottoman! While Rob worked in New York City, he and Laura lived in the suburbs. Where did they live? Newburgh, New York. New Amsterdam, New York. New Rochelle, New York. Greenwich, Connecticut. When Rob and Laura first met, he was in the army. What was she doing? She was Mr. Grant's secretary. She was a television producer. She worked at a shoe store. She was a dancer in the USO. In a classic episode, their son Richie discovered his unusual middle name. What was it? Rosebud. Rowboat. Burford. Jughead. Rob wrote for "The Alan Brady Show". Who played Alan on the show? Sid Caesar. Carl Reiner. Mel Brooks. Danny Thomas. Put-upon show producer Mel Cooley was always mocked for his relationship to Alan Brady. What was it? He was his maiden aunt. They were third cousins. He was his butcher. He was his brother-in-law. Rob and Laura's friends Millie and Jerry lived next door. What did Jerry do for a living? Dentist. Police officer. Rabbi. Maker of fine cheeses. Co-worker Buddy Sorrell always made fun of his rarely-seen wife. What was her name? Penelope. Peaches. Pickles. Petunia. On the show's famous opening credits, what does Rob trip over when he enters the house? The ottoman. A giant boulder. RIchie. The family chimp. What was Alan's secret which Laura accidentally revealed as a contestant on a game show? He was a little person. He had a wooden leg. He didn't know how to read. He wore a toupee. What instrument did the normally silly Buddy actually play beautifully? Cello. Flugelhorn. Violin. Piano.