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  1. The creators of "Parks and Recreation" did research for the show by interviewing actual government officials. One said, "Well, I’m a libertarian, so I don’t really believe in the mission of my job. Yes, I’m aware of the irony." The character of Ron Swanson was born.

  2. The creator of the TV show Archer became bored with the show and wrote a Country music career for Cheryl in season 5. The shows producers went so far as record a full country album. That album surprised music fans with its quality and reached #68 on iTunes.

  3. The creator of BUMFIGHTS showed up to a Dr Phil interview dressed up like Dr Phil and called him out for exploiting people saying they were the same.

  4. What was supposed to be Cartoon Network's first original show, Wacky Races Coast to Coast - a racing show that was scrapped after creator Mike Lazzo had a fever dream the night before production was set to begin, in which he imagined the character Space Ghost hosting his own talk show.

  5. The famous Jeopardy "Think!" theme was composed by the show's creator Merv Griffin in less than a minute as a lullaby for his son. By 2005, he had made over $70 million dollars in royalties from that song, the equivalent of a Jeopardy contestant winning every game for about a decade.

  6. John Davis, creator of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, was invited to see the last shuttle launch. Two guys at the launch approached him and asked if he created the show. After confirming to them that he did, they replied, "You're the reason we went to work for NASA!"

  7. George R.R. Martin made Game of Thrones show creators D.B. Weiss and David Benioff correctly guess the identity of Jon Snow's mother before he allowed them to adapt his novels

  8. David Bowie was a huge fan of the show “Peaky Blinders,” and let the creators hear his final album “Blackstar” a week before its existence was made public. They honored his devotion and subsequent passing by incorporating “Lazarus” into the 3rd season.

  9. The name for the show "Black Mirror" was created after the shows creator (Charlie Brooker) noticed how being able to see your own reflection in turned off technology (iPads, televison, cell phones, etc) is essentially a "black mirror".

  10. Sesame Street creators ignored the advice of child psychologists who were concerned that children would be confused if human actors and Muppets were shown together. Ignoring this advice was seen as a "turning point" in the show's success.

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M*A*S*H aired on BBC2 in the UK without a laugh track, as the creators of the show intended it to be seen, while CBS studio executives would not air the show in the US without one. Series creator Larry Gelbart later said: "I always thought it cheapened the show. The network got their way."

The actors on Mad Men were smoking Ecstacy herbal cigarettes, that have no tobacco or nicotine in them, partly because actors smoking real cigarettes get agitated and nervous according to the show creator.

When the creators of the TV show Sledge Hammer! learned it would be cancelled, they had the main character fail to disarm a nuclear warhead, destroying San Francisco. The episode got such good ratings that ABC renewed it, so the second season had to be a prequel since the entire cast was dead.

The creator of Cowboy Bebop was told to make a show to sell spaceship toys, with the instructions, "So long as there's a spaceship in it, you can do whatever you want."

NBC cancelled Rob Lowe's "Lyon's Den" show after 6 episodes but forced Lowe and creator to film the remaining episodes for DVD. Those two holding creative rights, filmed it as "absurd as possible" incl revealing the main character as a mass murderer

AMC cut the budget of 'The Walking Dead' by 20% for season 2 despite wanting twice as many episodes, and fired the show's creator 3 days after he promoted the show at Comicon

Murphy’s Irish Stout, Brewed in Cork, Ireland, had a 60 second anime advert produced by the creators of Ghost in the shell In 1997. It was the first anime advert shown in Ireland and the UK and shows six Samurais racing to make “Last orders” at a pub.

Upon first seeing The Simpsons character Hans Moleman, show creator Matt Groening claimed he was so shriveled and unrealistic that he resembled a "mole man". According to Groening, many viewers were offended by Moleman's look. He was made a recurring character in order to annoy these people.

The Wensleydale Cheese Company came close to shutting down in 1990, and was only saved when Wallace, from “Wallace and Gromit,” named it his favorite brand. The show’s creator, Nick Park, didn’t even know of the company’s struggles, but after joining forces, cheese sales improved rapidly.

Bridget Loves Bernie, the highest rated TV show to ever be canceled after only one season. CBS and show creators were forced to cancel the show after receiving death threats from Jews, who were angered that the show featured a Catholic marrying a Jew.

The highest-ranking Billboard 200 death metal album of all time is from the virtual band Dethklok from the show Metalocalpyse. Frontman and co-creator Brendan Small performs the vocals, lead and rhythm guitars, keyboard, and bass in recordings; in the show he voices most of the main characters.

Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling originally recorded the show's intro by saying there was a sixth dimension. When a confused producer asked why he skipped a dimension, he responded with, "Oh. Aren't there five?"

The creator of Rocko’s Modern Life, Joe Murray, was asked by executives to put a female role model in the show. After some back and forth, a female executive requested “"a professional woman, someone with a good hook.". So, Murray created Dr Hutchinson, a female doctor with a literal hook.

Trey Parker, co-creator of South Park, threatened to pull a Dave Chappelle by showing Comedy Central's head of network a plane ticket to Africa because one of their episodes were censored against their will

David Yost, the original Blue Power Ranger, left the show due to the harassment he received from creators, producers, writers over his being gay, causing him to have a nervous breakdown upon leaving. "The reason that I walked off is that I was called ‘f—–‘ one too many times,” Yost says.

Even though only 10-15% of people are left-handed, there is a higher than usual number of characters in The Simpsons who appear to be left-handed (Bart Simpson, Seymour Skinner, Ned Flanders and others). This is due to the fact that the creator of the show Matt Groening himself is left-handed.

Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz refused to use a laugh track for A Charlie Brown Christmas. He thought the audience should be able to enjoy the show without being cued when to laugh. When CBS executives saw the final product, they were horrified and believed the special would be a flop

According to the patent for toilet paper, the creator, Setti Wheeler, made a drawing that shows the toilet paper should go over.

Brendan Small, co-creator and voice actor of Metalocalypse, performs the vocals, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, keyboards, and (most) bass guitar for all the studio recordings for the Dethklok music heard in the show, and is frontman for live Dethklok concerts.

The creators of Adventure Time, The Regular Show and Gravity Falls are all college friends and all worked together on a show near the beginning of their careers.

The creators of Rocko's Modern Life regrouped after the cancellation of th show to create SpongeBob SquarePants

TV show "M*A*S*H" was never intended to have a laugh track. CBS forced the show's creators to compromise that laughter was to be played over all scenes except surgery scenes to lighten the show's mood. The show was aired in the UK without a laugh track, as the creators intended

A filmmaker shot a soap opera web series called IKEA Heights entirely inside a Burbank, California IKEA without their permission. The creator of the show noticed that the well-lit sets and difficulty in getting the attention of employees made it an ideal location to film a show.

M*A*S*H didn't have a laugh track when it was broadcast overseas in the UK, this was how the show's creator intended it. However, in the United States CBS required a laugh track because they had never produced a comedy without one.

The '104 days of summer vacation' referenced in the Phineas and Ferb cartoon song was used because co-creator Dan Povenmire only expected the show to last 52 episodes, like most Disney Channel shows lasted at the time, and there were two segments per episode, making it 104.