Boston. "Cheers" starred Ted Danson as the bar owner named Sam.
The Hamptons. Jeremy Carrington hosted a BBC show about life in the Hamptons and was killed in the World Trade Center attack on 9-11.
Johnny Carson. Even after his retirement in 1992, Johnny Carson continued to track late-night TV and would occasionally send jokes to David Letterman.
Thor Olsen. On a "Curb Your Enthusiasm" episode, Larry believed that wrestler Thor Olsen slashed his tires.
Speechless. "Speechless" stars Mini Driver and was created by Scott Silveri.
Orlando. "Fresh Off The Boat" is based on chef Eddie Huang's best-selling memoir.
John Spencer. John Spencer played the part of Chief of Staff Leo McGarry in the NBC's "The West Wing".
Ye Olde Pube. Family Guy is set in the fictional town of Quahog, Rhode Island.
He Has Three Eyes. Blinky the fish lives in the river by Springfield's nuclear power plant on "The Simpsons".
Tooty. The role of Monica on "Friends", played by Courteney Cox Arquette, was previously turned down by Jami Gertz.
Real Women Have Curves. "Ugly Betty's" America Ferrera is executive producer of the new film "Towards Darkness".
Titus Welliver. Titus Welliver also appeared as Jimmy OÕPhelan in "Sons of Anarchy".
21. Fantasia Barrino was the winner of "American Idol" in 2004.
Flood. Sookie and her brother Jason are raised by their grandmother after their parents die in "True Blood".
Charmed. Alyssa Milano played Samantha on TV's "Who's the Boss".
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. The pilot for "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" was shot on camcorder and possibly cost as little as $85 to make.
Charlie. In 2005, Dominic Monaghan was nominated for a Saturn Award for his role on "Lost".
The Knight of Flowers. The Knight of Flowers beats Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane in the jousting contest in "Game of Thrones".
Lucy, The Daughter Of the Devil. Adult Swim shares time with the Cartoon Network and airs nightly between 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.
Friends. More than 51 million Americans watched the "Friends" finale on May 6, 2004.