Amy. "The Big Bang Theory" character Amy Farrah Fowler is played by Mayim Bialik, known for her starring role on "Blossom".
A Girl Scout Troop. On "Curb Your Enthusiasm", Larry agreed to buy the Girl Scout cookies from the daughter of the owner of the LA Dodgers.
Hoover. It was actually mentioned by Ashlet herself that the girl's last name was Hoover.
Warden Henry Pope. In the television series "Prison Break", Stacy Keach plays Warden Henry Pope.
Rescue Me. Denis Leary created "Rescue Me" in response to the loss of firefighters on 9/11.
Tom Clancy. Tom Clancy introduced the character, Jack Ryan" in his 1984 novel, "The Hunt for Red October".
A Song of Ice and Fire. The first book in George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Fire and Ice" series is "Game of Thrones".
Howard. On "The Big Bang Theory", Howard Wolowitz has a Master's degree in Engineering from MIT.
Emeril Lagasse. Cajun chef Emeril Lagasse of Food TV's "Emeril Live" uses "Kick it up a notch" to refer to adding spices to his meals.
J.K. Rowling. Rowling penned the Cormoran Strike novel series under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith.
Door To Door. "Door to Door" was written by William H. Macy.
$150. The "Seinfeld" episode "The Contest" is also known as the infamous "Master of Your Domain" episode.
Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Author George R.R. Martin was reportedly pleased that the "Game of Thrones" pilot script was faithful to his work.
The Comeback. Lisa Kudrow played main character Valerie Cherish on HBO's "The Comeback".
Nick Delaney And J.T. Hunter. Eve, the star of the sitcom of the same name that ran for three seasons on UPN, worked as a stripper before her success as a rapper.
Michael Weatherly. Michael Weatherly played Logan Cale in the Fox drama "Dark Angel".
Penny. Free-spirited Penny moves in next door to Sheldon and Leonard during the first episode of "The Big Bang Theory".
Niles And Frasier. On "Frasier", both Niles and his brother Frasier are psychiatrists.
Wayne Malloy. Much of "The Riches" was filmed in Marrero and New Orleans, Louisiana.