Most sitcoms live or die primarily on the quality of their ensemble casts. From popular cartoon series like Bob’s Burgers to classics like I Love Lucy, the performers and characters in the finest comedies are just as crucial as the comedic circumstances they are put in. But, as much as knowing more about a favourite character may be entertaining, it can also be entertaining to introduce a new character, especially one performed by a lucky star, for just one episode. Some great celebrity appearances have carried tales along, made people laugh, and astonished everyone watching throughout the years.
Joe Biden Talks About Parks and Rec
Many politicians made guest appearances during Parks and Recreation’s seven-season run, but none were as memorable as then-Vice President Joe Biden. He shows up twice on the show. The first time is in the season 5 episode “Leslie Vs April,” when Leslie Knope’s (Amy Poehler) boyfriend Ben (Adam Scott) surprises her by bringing Joe Biden, the famous person she likes the most.
On Jane the Virgin, Kesha Said
In season 2 of Jane the Virgin, rock star Annabelle (Kesha) moves in next door. As a new mom, it’s hard enough to sleep, but Annabelle’s activities, like very loud jam sessions, keep waking Jane and the baby up. This makes Jane’s (Gina Rodriguez) life a lot louder.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, with Rob Thomas and Sinbad
It’s Always Bright in Philadelphia is the best show, with many funny cameos from people you wouldn’t expect. Rob Thomas and Sinbad’s appearance was probably the most surprising. Dennis (Glenn Howerton), who has himself been sent to a rehab centre to act out some of his erotic stories, is the focus of this episode.
On the New Girl
Because Prince’s appearance in this season 3 episode of New Girl was so big and famous, the episode was called “Prince.” Nick (Jake Johnson) goes out with Jess (Zooey Deschanel). This makes their relationship tenser. Jess and Cece go to a party at Prince’s house to let off steam. Nick decides to crash the party.
The Rock in That ’70s Show
In real life, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson comes from a long line of wrestlers. He displayed his acting skills and honoured his family in season 1 of That ’70s Show. Eric Forman (Topher Grace) talks his dad Red (Kurtwood Smith), into taking him and some friends to a wrestling match in “The Wrestling Show.”
How I Met Your Mother: Katy Perry
Even though the season finale of the aughts show How I Met Your Mother was rough, the show still has a strong following. In the season 6 episode “Oh Honey,” Zoey (Jennifer Morrison) tries to set up Barney with Ted (Josh Radner), but Barney ends up falling for Zoey instead (Neil Patrick Harris).
The Big Bang Theory: Carrie Fisher
The Big Bang Theory is another show with a long list of great cameos, but Carrie Fisher’s appearance in season 7’s “The Convention Conundrum” is hard to beat. After the group tries to get into San Diego Comic Con but fails, Sheldon (Jim Parsons) decides to try to start his convention to compete with it.
Brad Pitt On Friends
Friends were known for their memorable one-episode characters. But Brad Pitt’s cameo in “The One with the Rumor” may have been the most talked about. Monica (Courteney Cox) invites Will (Pitt), an old high school friend, to dinner. She doesn’t know that Will doesn’t like Rachel (Aniston).
Everyone on the Vampire Council talks about what we do in the shadows.
It always goes with whatever silly idea it wants to explore. In the first season’s “The Trial,” they fully commit to making a hilarious trial scene that ties together many pop culture references about vampires.
About The Golden Girls, Burt Reynolds
The Golden Girls was different, funny and full of talented people. And Burt Reynolds was in the season 2 episode “Ladies of the Evening.” Dorothy (Bea Arthur), Blanche. And Rose (Betty White) wins tickets to a movie premiere with Reynolds.