MSNBC. "The Rachel Maddow Show" debuted on September 8, 2008 on MSNBC.
Indecision 2000. In 2003, John Edwards announced he was running for President on the comedy show "The Daily Show".
Tony Shalhoub. Tony Shalhoub, TV's "Monk", appeared in the film "Men in Black II" in 2002.
Kramer. After moving to L.A., Kramer was mistaken to be the smog strangler.
Smallville. Tom Welling starred in the film "Cheaper by the Dozen".
Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Master Shake, Frylock, and Meatwad from "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" were originally detectives from New Jersey.
Motorcycle. The plot of "My Name Is Earl" centers on the lead character, Earl, making amends.
Dave Attell. Dave Attell has been a commentator on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show".
Steve Morgan. Steve Morgan contributed the opening narration of "Law & Order" as well as an Episode One recap in "Torrents of Greed".
General Hospital. Ricky Martin auditioned three times for the teen singing group Menudo before finally earning a spot in 1984.
Face. The MTV show "I Want a Famous Face" is about real people having plastic surgery to look like celebrities.
Brenda Hampton. In addition to "The Secret Life of the American Teenager", Brenda Hampton also created and produced "7th Heaven" and "Fat Actress".
Delia And Ephram. In the TV series "Everwood" Gregory Smith, has a staring role.
Bradley Whitford. Bradley Whitford took his Fine Arts Degree from Julliard.
Mickey Mantle. In 2002, Jerry Seinfeld toured with an all new stand up act.
In Her Hair. Homer Simpson's trademarked expression "D'oh" on "The Simpsons" is referred to in all the scripts as "Annoyed Grunt".
Shelly. South Park, an animated TV show, premiered in August 1997.
Reference To The Color Red. On "The Mentalist" a serial killer named Red John is part of the story line.
In A Gadda Da Vida. On "The Simpsons", Bart changed the words to "In A Gadda Da Vida" to "In The Garden of Eden" and church members sang it.
Michelle. "Full House" premiered in September 1987 on ABC.