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  1. When the Grateful Dead played "Playboy After Dark" in 1969, the band's LSD supplier 'Bear' dosed the coffee urn that everyone on set was drinking from, including Hugh Hefner. Hefner later wrote a letter to Jerry Garcia thanking the band for the enjoyable experience.

  2. If you fall asleep on a Tarantino set they will take a picture of you with a 3ft. dildo named "Big Jerry" next to your face and put it on the wall of shame. If you take it it down, it gets enlarged and put up again. If you take it down again, it gets printed on t-shirts for the whole crew.

  3. Ben, from Ben & Jerry's ice cream, has no sense of smell and gets his "food enjoyment" from texture. This is why the brand puts chunky ingredients in their icecream.

  4. Jason Alexander threatened to quit "Seinfeld" in the third season. After the table read of "The Pen", which features only Jerry and Elaine, Alexander pulled Larry David aside and said "if you write me out again, do it permanently." In 9 seasons, that was the only episode he wasn't it.

  5. Ben & Jerry’s was originally going to be a bagel company, but Ben and Jerry found the bagel-making equipment to be too pricey. Their plan was to deliver bagels, lox, cream cheese, and the New York Times on Sunday mornings.

  6. Jerry Seinfeld offered to voice a character on South Park, but later declined after Matt Stone and Trey Parker had only offered him the part of "turkey #2"

  7. Hugh Jackman was inspired to quit playing Wolverine after having a conversation with Jerry Seinfeld about when to retire from a long-running series.

  8. While on a hunting trip, guitarist Jerry Cantrell of Alice In Chains forgot that November only had 30 days, missing a scheduled performance on December 1st. The next day, he received a calendar as a gift from Columbia records.

  9. NASA has 2 satellites chasing eachother around the Earth tracking the distance between themselves to measure gravitational anomalies. Their nicknames are Tom & Jerry!

  10. When the Pentagon called one the original Five Guys Burgers and Fries restaurants requesting delivery service, one of the founders (Jerry Murrell) declined to bend the rules for their request and instead ordered a 22-foot-long banner that said 'ABSOLUTELY NO DELIVERY.'

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NASA has 2 satellites chasing each other around the Earth tracking the distance between themselves to measure gravitacional anomalies. Their nicknames are "Tom" and "Jerry".

M'lady/Fedora guys is Jerry Messing. Before his internet stardom he was the child actor who played Pugsley in Addams Family Reunion as well as Gordon Crisp, the smelly kid in Freaks and Geeks.

On the first night of Jerry Sandusky's prison sentence, inmates taunted him all night singing the Pink Floyd lyrics, "Hey, teacher! Leave those kids alone!"

Jerry Springer has stated in interviews "I would never watch my show. I'm not interested in it. It's not aimed towards me. This is just a silly show."

Seinfeld has generated over $3 billion since 1995 and Jerry Seinfeld turned down over $100 million to make a 10th season.

Ben & Jerry's had a company rule that from top to bottom, the pay ratio between the highest salaried executive and lowest-earning-worker would be no greater than 5 to 1. It lasted for 16 years until Ben retired.

Seinfeld's iconic theme song was not recorded on a slap bass and each episode had a unique intro that synced with with Jerry's stand-up routine

Tom and Jerry producer Fred Quimby, though not involved in the creative process, took all credit for the cartoon's success. Each time the cartoon won the Academy Award for Animated Short Film, he accepted the awards without inviting the animators, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, onstage.

Ben & Jerry's creators, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield first met because they were the slowest kids in their gym class.

In 1985, Edward Johnson programmed his computer to call Jerry Falwell's toll-free number every 30 seconds and then hang up. In total, he charged over $500,000 in phone bills to Falwell's organization.

Seinfeld theme song was redone for each episode in order to match the pacing of Jerry Seinfeld's monologue in the beginning.

Weeks after "The Soup Nazi" aired on Seinfeld, the man (Ali Yeganeh) that the character is based on kicked Jerry Seinfeld out of his restaurant for ruining his business. When Seinfeld gave him an insincere apology, Yeganeh ejected him from the restaurant, yelling, "No soup for you!"

Ben & Jerry's has a "flavor graveyard" where there are tombstones for earlier flavors that are no longer sold

After the first 4 episodes of Seinfeld aired in the summer of 1990, NBC took a leap of faith and ordered 13 more. Larry David said, "I don't have any more stories to tell, Jerry turn the order down." Jerry didn't listen and said "Yes" to the pickup.

'Code of the Secret Service', a movie which lead actor Ronald Reagan called "the worst picture I ever made." The film inspired a man named Jerry Sparr to join the Secret Service, who in 1981, saved President Ronald Reagan from an assassination attempt

Jerry Seinfeld once refused to play a turkey on South Park. However George Clooney was totally fine with playing a dog.

Tom Cruise sent letters and gifts to the boy who originally played the little boy in "Jerry Maguire" but was replaced by Jonathan Lipnicki, because he "just didn’t want that first actor to go to the movies, look at the screen and think he’d failed. I wanted him to love movies his entire life."

Jerry Seinfeld dated a 17-year-old girl when he was 39 years old.

Michael Jordan forced Chicago Bulls GM Jerry Krause to sign a clause titled the "love of the game clause" that allowed him to play basketball whenever and wherever he wanted, whether it be a pickup game at the park or a scrimmage with college kids.

A man named Jerry Gretzinger has been drawing a map of an imaginary world for over 50 years. He draws from a deck of cards each morning to decide the fate of his hand-drawn world, which is over 2000 square feet in size.

Texas inmate Jerry Hartfield who has been imprisoned for 35 years, even though his conviction was overturned in 1980. He has never been retried in that time.

Jerry Seinfeld met his wife while she was engaged to another man. She married the other guy in June 1998, went on a three week honeymoon, came back and moved in with Seinfeld, divorced her husband by October, and was engaged to Seinfeld before the year was out, November 1998.

Jerry Springer was born in a London Underground station during WW2.

The motto among writers and cast of Seinfeld was "no hugging, no learning" (one writer said, "There will never be 'a very special episode' of Seinfeld"). In one scene during the episode "The Secret Code", Kramer tells Jerry, "Well, at least you learned something." Jerry replies, "No, I didn't."

There is only one cast member alive from the original Wizard of Oz movie, his name is Jerry Maren and he was one of the 3 lollipop guild munchkins