You know Dasher and Dancer, but were you aware that viewer complaints after the original airing of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer led the network to add a new scene?
Brian Cronin delves into the enduring Star Wars legend that the Wampa attack was written into The Empire Strikes Back to explain away Mark Hamill’s injuries from a car accident.
Brian Cronin looks back to the original pilot for the hit CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory to discover some characters fans would barely recognize.
This week, Brian Cronin hops on his bike to find out whether Steven Spielberg’s originally conceived E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial as a horror film.
Brian Cronin returns to Springfield to look at how the writers of The Simpsons got back at guest star Justin Timberlake for objecting to one of his lines.
This week Brian Cronin considers whether a short-lived, and largely forgotten, 1980s Matthew Perry sitcom correctly predicted the year Moammar Gadhafi would die.
Brian Cronin tries to make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs to determine whether concerns about toy sales kept George Lucas from killing off Han Solo in Return of the Jedi.
This week Brian Cronin beams down to explore whether there’s any truth to the rumor that actress Denise Crosby was fired from Star Trek: The Next Generation after posing nude in Playboy.
This week, Brian Cronin powers up to discover whether Nintendo bought the rights to a Super Mario Bros. porn parody simply so it could bury the film.
Brian Cronin knows he’s got a mystery to solve: whether Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? was based on a popular live-action sitcom. And if he comes through, he’s gonna have himself a Scooby Snack.
This week Brian Cronin heads to the Batmobile to discover whether famed Alien designer H.R. Giger actually came up with a radical new look for the Dark Knight’s ride for Batman Forever.
This week Brian Cronin boldly goes back to the 1980s to discover whether an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation wasn’t produced because it featured two gay Enterprise crew members