How does “The X-Files” tie in to the origins of Sheldon Cooper’s famous catchphrase on “The Big Bang Theory”? Read on to find out!
We go back 40 years and learn whether famed director Steven Spielberg really wanted to direct the first Superman movie as a musical!
Learn whether 20 years before Laurence Fishburne played Perry White in Man of Steel, the character was nearly portrayed by a black actor on Lois and Clark.
Learn whether Hormel Foods actually sued the Jim Henson’s Muppets for poking fun at the canned meat product!
We find out how close Ted “Blue Beetle” Kord came to filling the role Ray “The Atom” Palmer does on Arrow.
A longstanding rumor is that Chuck Norris turned down a role in The Karate Kid because of its negative portrayal of karate. Is this “Chuck Norris Fact” true? Find out!
Discover which celebrity wouldn’t initially appear on The Simpsons because they made fun of him in the script.
We close out the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters by examining Dan Aykroyd’s surprising original vision for the film.
On Christmas Eve, we look at a surprising team-up that could have been: Flash Gordon and Ralphie from A Christmas Story!
We discover whether the classic 1964 Christmas special was written the way it was because the screenwriter couldn’t find a copy of the popular book on which it was based.
This week, learn whether the 1980s sitcom 227 actually shared a set with Sesame Street!
We take a look at how a teenager was enlisted by his director father to write “the stupidest song ever,” resulting in a classic movie and TV theme.