Super Powers. In season one, the characters of "Heroes" visit the Montecito casino featured on NBC's show "Las Vegas".
1973. Barnaby Jones was played by Buddy Ebson.
King's Landing. In "Game of Thrones", the population of Westeros is about a half-million.
Rosemary Clooney. "Crossing Jordan" has featured several songs by Rosemary Clooney, including "Black Coffee" and "Mood Indigo".
Shaquille O'Neal. Shaquille O'Neal appeared on the "Curb Your Enthusiasm" episode aptly titled "Shaq".
Richard Simmons. Richard Simmons walked out of "The David Letterman Show" when he and Dave had a "pretend" fight.
George Carlin. George Carlin appeared as the first host of both "Fridays" and "Saturday Night Live".
The Price Is Right. Drew Cary took over as the host of "The Price Is Right" in the fall of 2007.
Charlotte. In 1996 "Rugrats" won a Kids' Choice Award.
Roose Bolton. In "Game of Thrones", the Stark army holds the Lannisters at Greenfork while other Stark forces creep up on the unsuspecting army of Jaime and annihilate it.
Penny. In "The Big Bang Theory" episode, "The Bad Fish Paradigm", Penny grapples with insecurity over how smart Leonard is.
Her brother, Jaime. In "Game of Thrones", it is said that Cersei lusts for power but does not know how to use it.
Stops Time. On "Heroes", Hiro Nakamura's first name is a pun on the word "hero".
Brown University. In "Family Guy", Brian Griffin experiences strong feelings of sibling rivalry towards Stewie Griffin.
My Life Is A Sitcom. The "My Life is a Sitcom" winner in 2003 was the Zaccagnino family.
Temperance. Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan is a forensic anthropologist on the TV show "Bones".
Ralph. Don Knotts played the role of Ralph Furley.
1 Hour. "60 Minutes" is television's longest-running news magazine show.
Monk's. The name "Monk's" was never seen on the outside of the restaurant on "Seinfeld".
Whale's. "Surface" started out with stories taking place in California, Louisiana and North Carolina.