Has Danson appeared on Fargo? Has he appeared on any of these shows?
That's right. He was on the FX series' second season ... and he's on a lot more than you think. Now it's time to put your Danson knowledge to the test.
The comedy series, which premiered in 2016, is about becoming a better person ... in the afterlife.
Danson stars as a guide and architect of the "good place."
Is Danson a Stark or a Lannister?
Maybe it's time to write him a cameo, George R. R. Martin.
The third permutation of the CSI franchise ran for nine seasons on CBS.
Though he was known for his starring role on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as D.B. Russell, his character also appeared on one episode of the spin-off series CSI: NY.
The show, which premiered in 2016, won a Critics' Choice Award for Most Exciting New Series.
Not yet, anyway.
The sitcom ran for 11 seasons.
Heck yes, of course Ted Danson was on Cheers. He's probably most well known for his starring role as Boston bartender Sam Malone.
HBO has announced the show will return for a ninth season.
Danson and his real-life wife, Mary Steenburgen, have both appeared on the series numerous times and have often butted heads with Larry David's character on the show.
The seventh season of the anthology horror series is set to premiere in 2017.
Nope, Danson has not wandered into the Murder House or Freak Show.
Becker ran from 1998 to 2004 on CBS.
Danson starred as John Becker, a doctor who can't help but be annoyed by his friends and patients.
The series was the longest-lasting live-action sitcom on Fox. It ran for 11 seasons.
Nope, no Ted Danson. He does bear a resemblance to Ted McGinley, who played Jefferson D'Arcy, though.
Did Danson appear on the NBC sitcom which lasted 10 seasons?
Though Friends featured guest stars from Tom Selleck to Brad Pitt, Ted Danson never appeared on the show.
The sitcom about a style magazine aired on NBC from 1997 to 2003.
The comedy ensemble series featured Laura San Giacomo, George Segal and David Spade. Not Ted Danson.
The Happy Days spin-off ran for eight seasons from 1976 to 1983.
Yes, Danson was on one of the show's few sad episodes. He played Laverne's firefighter boyfriend, Randy Carpenter, who was killed in the line of duty the night before he planned to propose to her.
Whoopi Goldberg's sitcom, where she played a former one-hit wonder running a small hotel, ran for one season from 2003 to 2004.
Danson did not appear on Goldberg's sitcom. Though the two actors co-starred in the film Made in America in 1993 and had a brief romantic relationship.
The legal thriller, starring Glenn Close, lasted five seasons.
Danson's character was a corrupt billionaire CEO named Arthur Frobisher.
The sitcom ran for five seasons, from 1978 to 1983, and nabbed 18 Emmy Awards.
Ted Danson appeared in one episode of the comedy series as a mean hairstylist who gave Elaine (Marilu Henner) a crazy makeover.