Wonder Years. On "Wonder Years", the actor David Schwimmer from "Friends" played the boyfriend/husband of Kevin's sister.
Wolf. Kyla Willowbrock in played by Tamara Feldman on "Smallville".
Mike Judge. Mike Judge is the creator of "Beavis and Butt-Head".
Cowboy Bebop. Cowboy Bebop is set in 2071 and follows a group of intergalactic bounty hunters.
Melissa Rivers. In 2007's edition of "I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!", contestant Malcolm McLaren walked off the show.
Dominic Purcell. At the age of two, Dominic Purcell and his family moved from England to Sydney's Bondi.
Drew. Michael Bell does the voice of Drew for "Rugrats".
Flags. In "The Big Bang Theory", Sheldon's YouTube podcast is called "Sheldon Cooper Presents: Fun With Flags".
Kwyjibo. Kwyjibo was the word Bart used to describe Homer as a big, dumb, balding, ape.
Peter Griffin. "Family Guy" first went on the air in 1999.
Close To Home. On "Close to Home", Deputy Prosecutor Annabeth Chase has a daughter named Hailey.
Abraham. Dan Castellaneta is the voice of Homer and his father on "The Simpsons".
Fixing The Step. Phil tripping on the broken step is a running gag on "Modern Family".
Miami Vice. Don Johnson's character on "Miami Vice" lived on a boat with his pet alligator Elvis.
Flag Girl Squad. On "Family Guy", the cheerleaders point Meg in the direction of the flag girl squad because she's a geek.
Will And Kalinda. In "The Good Wife", Will and Kalinda become allies of Alicia when the "young Turks" are gunning for her.
Police Officer. On "The Big Bang Theory", Mike Rostenkowski is played by Casey Sanders, who also played Wade on "Grace Under Fire".
Christina Applegate. Christina Applegate was one of the founding members of The Pussycat Dolls.
Seattle. "Station 19" is a spin-off to "Grey's Anatomy".
Sonja. In "The Beautiful Life", Raina bests Sonja in a modeling competition and discovers how rough and tumble that world is.