Stacy. The part of Stacy in "House" was played by actress Sela Ward.
Los Angeles PD. On "The Rookie", the oldest rookie at the LAPD he is assigned to Wilshire Division.
Chris Harrison. The first bachelor on "The Bachelor" was Alex Michel from Virginia.
Jonny Lee Miller. Jonny Lee Miller was at one time married to Angelina Jolie.
Nelson. Nels Olson was the only decent member of the Olson family.
Desk. He tells Lloyd that he hit his elbow on a desk
Jane. Mel Blanc did the voice of Mr. Spacely.
Rust Cohle. Rust Cohle from "True Detective", is a detective for the Louisiana State Homicide Unit.
Saigon. Matt Damon, LeBron James and Scarlett Johansson made guest appearances on "Entourage".
Jerry Springer. Jerry Springer was once the mayor of Cincinnati.
Corbin Bernsen. George spoke with both Corbin Bernsen and George Wendt backstage of the "Tonight Show".
Speed Racer. "Speed Racer" was a Japanese cartoon dubbed into English.
Worldwide Pants. The first film produced by Worldwide Pants was 2006's "Strangers with Candy".
Jujitsu. On Showtime's "Dexter", the title character studied jiu jitsu in college and often uses it to defend himself.
Perfect Recall. The "Limitless" movie was based on the novel , "The Dark Fields".
The WB. "Everwood" was set in the fictional town of Everwood, Colorado.
Batman. Morgan Freeman has stated that the Batman in "The Lego Movie" is his favorite Batman variant of all time.
Dumbella Duck. Donald Duck's nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie were first seen in "Donald's Nephews", four years after Donald Duck's debut.
Walter Cronkite. Walter Cronkite was involved in a scandal when Sam Jaffe reported seeing his name on an alleged list of journalists who worked for the CIA.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. TV detective Adrian Monk of the TV series "Monk" suffers from many fears, including those of milk, needles, dogs, cats and elevators.