Word Puzzles - TV Titles #2

Guess each short clue. Then combine the answers to create the name of a TV show.
Combine the answers using SOUNDS, not spelling
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Last updated: January 8, 2020
First submittedDecember 12, 2014
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Clue
Answer
Supervisor
Boss
2,000 lbs
Ton
Martial artist Bruce
Lee
Sea bird
Gull
(TV title)
Boston Legal
 
 
What a fish uses to breathe
Gill
Lower body limb
Leg
Rifles
Guns
Scottish for "yes"
Aye
Pirates don't lub it
Land
(TV title)
Gilligan's Island
 
 
Perpendicular to columns
Rows
Actress Hathaway
Anne
(TV title)
Roseanne
 
 
Narrow lane between buildings
Alley
Mr. Jagger
Mick
Famous Memphis street
Beale
(TV title)
Ally McBeal
 
 
Sleep cycle with vivid dreams
REM
Dynasty of China
Ming
Square root of one hundred
Ten
To commit theft
Steal
(TV title)
Remington Steele
 
 
Clue
Answer
"Mad" king of England
George
To travel with big, slow strides
Lope
Candy served from a dispenser
Pez
(TV title)
George Lopez
 
 
Web-footed friend
Duck
Kick the bucket
Die
Filthy; lewd; mean
Nasty
(TV title)
Duck Dynasty
 
 
Campbell's product
Soup
Place to store ashes
Urn
@
At
Mountain between Europe and
Asia (singular)
Ural
(TV title)
Supernatural
 
 
Most common word
The
Gift for naughty children
Coal
Ursine creature
Bear
Part of a set, in weightlifting
Rep
Rock that contains useful metal
Ore
(TV title)
The Colbert Report
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Level 80
Dec 29, 2014
"lewd" not "lude".
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Level ∞
Dec 29, 2014
Fixed
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Level 71
Apr 28, 2015
I really like this sorts of quizzes. Keep em coming!
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Level 64
Apr 28, 2015
Good quiz. but not sure about 'ore' as the final syllable of 'report'. Maybe 'port' would have made more sense
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Level 88
Apr 28, 2015
It's a joke of the show, since the T is silent in his name, they say it silent in 'report' as well.
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Level 77
May 1, 2020
Good to know, I was already googling about another mystery of English
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Level 78
Apr 28, 2015
For the columns clue I kept trying things such as joists, floors, headers, bases, trusses, etc.
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Level 74
Apr 28, 2015
I did too for a bit. Then thought of a table in a word document.
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Level 65
Apr 29, 2015
Fun quiz!
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Level 78
Jan 26, 2017
Got everything except for "lope". I knew it came between "George" and "pez", and I still didn't have the foggiest clue what it was. Based on the stats, I see that I'm not alone in never having heard of this word. There's something wrong when you give people the answer and they still don't know what it is.
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Level 61
Feb 27, 2017
"Sugarfoot...Sugarfoot...easy lopin', cattle ropin' Sugarfoot!"
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Level 50
Sep 2, 2018
Two missed. Helps if you've heard of the programmes
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Level 67
Sep 10, 2019
Funny, lopen is walking in dutch (and is related to elope)