Patsy Parisi. In "The Second Coming", while on a date with Patrick Parisi, Meadow Soprano was harassed by a member of Phil Leotardo's crew.
A Gardening Story. TLC produces its own versions of several British reality shows, including "Trading Spaces", originally "Changing Rooms".
Kitchen Confidential. "Kitchen Confidential", loosely based on the book by Anthony Bourdain, aired only four episodes before being cancelled.
Carson Daly. Carson Daly is the host of NBC's "Last Call with Carson Daly".
Phoenix. Alice was based on the movie, "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore".
United Kingdom. Oscar Nunez from the comedy show "The Office" was also in "Halfway Home".
Chapman And Funk. "Samantha Who?" won a People's Choice Award for Best New Comedy in 2008.
The Navy. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service conducts criminal investigations involving the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.
Allen Sherman. Allen Sherman who, at the time, was one of America's top-selling record stars.
Leon Schlesinger. Schlesinger, who produced the "Looney Tunes", was the inspiration for Daffy's lisp.
Treat Williams. Fans of "Everwood" believed it would make the transition to the new CW Network for 2006-2007 , but it was dropped.
Scout. On "Modern Family", Frank wants to leave the dog with the Dunphy's, claiming that his wife is allergic, but ultimately takes the dog with him when he leaves.
Duff. In Shelbyville they don't drink Duff, they drink Fudd.
Assy McGee. In mid-2004, Adult Swim launched a video-on-demand channel.
St. Olaf. During its run, "The Golden Girls" won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series twice.
Harvey Birdman: Attorney At Law. Harvey Birdman, Attorney At Law made a "stealth" premier on Adult Swim in December 2000.
Francis. Dakota Fanning guest-starred as Emily on the TV show "Malcolm In The Middle".
SpongeBob SquarePants. Patrick is voiced Bill Fagerbakke on "SpongeBob SquarePants".
Mark Burnett. Donald Trump started out working with his father in Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn, New York.