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.
Jay Leno. Comedian and "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno named his production company Big Dog Productions.
The West Wing. "West Wing" was created by Aaron Sorkin.
Ottumwa, Iowa. The television series "M*A*S*H" takes place during the Korean war.
Freaknik The Musical. Adult Swim alters programs every April Fools' day in an effort to trick and fool the audience.
Barenaked Ladies. Other popular hits for Barenaked Ladies include the songs "One Week" and "Old Apartment".
Mayim Bialik. Mayim Bialik won a Young Artist Award for her performance in the 1988 film "Beaches".
Law & Order. David E. Kelley was the creator of the series "Doogie Howser, M.D." which debuted in 1989.
David Chase. "The Sopranos" is about a New Jersey Mafia family.
Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag. Matt Groening named the Simpson family after members of his own family, except for his character, which he named "Bart".
Hello. George says, 'Hellllo' when she is hit by the giant ball of oil.
MSNBC. "The Rachel Maddow Show" debuted on September 8, 2008 on MSNBC.