Best TV trivia of 2000

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Trivia: In some episodes, Rory speaks Spanish (e.g when she is talking to her grandmother's maid). She speaks very poorly, typical "school-Spanish". This is just acting; Spanish is actually Alexis Bledel's first language. Her mother is from Mexico and her father is from Argentina.

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Trivia: This anime series is based on a comic series for young college-age men by Ken Akamatsu.

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The Stuff of Heroes - S3-E2

Trivia: The store that Rogue and Wolverine are in when they are ambushed by the soldiers is the same store as the one that Wolverine showed up at in the first episode. The inside has changed, but the building and the scenery outside is still the same.

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Trivia: The voices of Daffy Duck and Sylvester the Cat were the same except that Daffy's voice was played slightly faster to give it a different sound.

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Ed (2000)

Trivia: Viewers may notice that almost without exception, when Ed drinks a bottled beer on the show it is the Labatt's Blue brand. Interesting to note that Canadian Actor Tom Cavanagh, who plays Ed, did a series of television commercials for Labatt's Blue Light many years ago.

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Trivia: Richard Gunn's character was nicknamed 'Skectchy" but is 'real' name was Alvin Simon Theodore- the same as the three cartoon chipmunks. Also Normal's name on the show was Reagan Ronald after former president Ronald Reagan.

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AAMCO - S1-E7

Trivia: During the dinner party, the AAMCO mechanic (played by Michael G. Hagerty) asks Larry if he had anything to do with the show Friends. He also mentions that is was a "good show". Hagerty actually starred in several episodes of Friends as the building superintendent, Mr. Treeger.

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Trivia: Fran's last name is Katzenjammer, which is German for "A momentarily severe hangover". It translates literally as "cat misery".

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Trivia: For the entire first season, the hinges on the front door are on the right and the stairs have a corner at the bottom. However in all seasons after this, the hinges on the front door are on the left and the stairs go straight down to the floor, no corner. (Some sets do sometimes change between the pilot episode and episode 2, but I have never seen something change after a whole season.)

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Pilot (1) - S1-E1

Trivia: A number of in-joke Dr. Who references crop up throughout the series pilot. A group of doctors and scientists are introduced as Hartnell, Troughton, and Baker; there's a business card for I. M. Foreman in Totters Lane; and the cover of a science magazine sports headlines such as "Time and Relative Dimension in Space" and "Playing the Game of Rassilon."

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Dad's Dead - S1-E2

Trivia: When Ken appears at the end of the episode and Tommy wets his pants, David Shatraw actually had relieved himself. The studio audience wasn't aware of it until he pulled his tie aside to look down at his slacks. (00:20:55)

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Through the Rabbit Hole - S2-E1

Trivia: The boy's comment, "Everybody is kung fu fighting" at the ruined school dance, refers to Carl Douglas' song of the same name from 1974, two years before this episode takes place, following the fledging martial arts craze in America. This song has recently (in a slight variation) resurfaced in Kung Fu Panda.

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