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30th Jul 2013

The Brady Bunch (1969)

Trivia: Mike Brady and Bobby Brady swapped character names with their real life first names. Mike's real name was Robert and Bobby's real first name is Mike.

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Trivia: Amy's apartment number is 314, ie. Pi (well, a variation - 3.14...). Very fitting.

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29th Aug 2012

Frasier (1993)

Trivia: The celebrity callers into the radio show aren't truly uncredited. At the end of each season, the final episode shows pictures of the celebrities that "called in" during the season.

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17th Jul 2012

Spin City (1996)

Trivia: During the opening credits of the first seasons, there is a dog taking a dump on the sidewalk.

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26th Nov 2011

Frasier (1993)

Trivia: The opening of the show actually has multiple scenes. The space needle sometimes has a blinking light or sometimes has radio waves. Sometimes lightning hits it. Sometimes a plane with a KACL banner or a helicopter flies across. Christmas shows have Christmas lights. There are also others.

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26th Nov 2011

The Nanny (1993)

Trivia: Niles the butler never had a last name in the series. They joke about it in a couple of episodes.

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20th Mar 2011

Good Times (1974)

Trivia: The character of Michael Evans was named after co-creator Michael Evans. The real Michael Evans was the original Lionel on "The Jeffersons".

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9th Mar 2011

M*A*S*H (1972)

The Moon is Not Blue - S11-E8

Trivia: The movie shown in the mess tent in this episode is "State Fair". Everybody boos when it comes on. Harry Morgan (Col. Potter) played a crooked carney in "State Fair".

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Lost and Found - S6-E19

Trivia: Jack Dodson, who later played Howard Sprague, was originally cast to play Ed the Insurance man in an earlier episode called "Lost and Found".

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