15 TV Show Details That Prove How Genius The Makers Are

Directing an attractive, good TV series requires a lot of brainstorming. However, what requires even more effort is adding minute details in the series. Although this requires a lot of extra effort, the viewers don’t need to pay attention to this.
There are always some eagle-eyed fans who watch movies with such sheer attention that no easter eggs fly past their sight. Please take a look at our list of some of the most brilliant movie details that were impossible to spot on the first watch.

1. SpongeBob SquarePants


Spongebob SquarePants Season 2 Episode 4 titled ‘Dying for Pie’, Spongebob slides across the window, pestering Squidward, who is on the other side. While doing so, he involuntarily wipes the window since he is a sponge.

2. Stranger Things


Winona Ryder had her first break in Beetlejuice(1988) as Lydia Deetz. In the Stranger Things Season 2 Episode 3, titled Chapter Three: The Pollywog, if you pay close attention to Mr. Clarke’s town model, one can see the Betelgeuse tombstone from Beetlejuice.

3. The Office US


In The Office, Season 2 Episode 13, titled ‘The Secret,’ Michael spends $80 on some magic equipment from the corporate credit card, which he has to justify. He was wearing a thumb tip, a magic prop used to conceal small objects if one looks carefully.

4. The Simpsons


In The Simpsons Season 30, Episode 15, titled 101 Mitigations, a game show in the opening credits shows Homer trying to guess the visuals on his screen. Marge comments, “you haven’t changed me since 1989,” and Homer gets the answer right. The show was created in 1989, and this was a subtle nod to the couch gag.

5. Brooklyn Nine-Nine


In Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 3 Episode 1, titled New Captain, Jake and Amy go on their first official date and decide to break the ice by getting drinks. First, Jake orders four Kamikaze shots, to which Amy ranks four for herself too. Next, we see Jake and Amy having slept together. This incident brought out “4 Drink Amy” aka Perv Amy, aka Horny Amy.

6. Modern Family


In Modern Family Season 11 Episode 7, titled The last Thanksgiving, Gloria is asked by Claire if she was hiding her pregnancy when she was behind the laundry basket. However, in Season 1, Episode 1, Claire had to hide behind various objects as she was eight and a half months pregnant.

7. Game of Thrones


Throughout the series of Game Of Thrones, the number of braids in Daenerys hair increases with each victory in the Dothraki tradition.

8. BoJack Horseman


In BoJack Horseman Season 5 Episode 3, titled ‘Planned Obsolescence,’ Diane interviews Laika, who in reality was the first female dog to visit space and orbit the Earth.

9. Schitt’s Creek


In Schitt’s Creek Season 5 Episode 6, titled Rock On!, Antonio can be sighted the background (while David and Patrick are in the middle of a convo), scanning through the items that he later scams in the episode.

10. Grey’s Anatomy


In Grey’s Anatomy Season 2 Episode 12, Izzie tries to give away their pet dog to Doc and puts up flyers; later in Season 12 Episode 1, when Arizona is searching for roommates, the same booklet appears.

11. Never Have I Ever


All episodes of the series Never Have I Ever have been narrated by John McEnroe except Ben’s episode, Season 1 Episode 6 titled …Been the loneliest boy in The World. In the same episode, a poster of Andy Samberg, the episode’s narrator, can be seen on his room’s wall.

12. Parks and Recreation


In Parks and Recreation Season 2, Leslie is dating an MRI technician who tells her that she has the perfect uterus for triplets. Later in Season 6, Leslie is pregnant with triplets.

13. Friends


In Friends Season 4 Episode 12, titled The One With The Embryos, Joey and Chandler win Monica and Rachel’s flat. While they are switching the apartments, we can see Monica’s 11 different towel categories.

14. The Big Bang Theory


In The Big Bang Theory’s last episode, Penny is wearing the same shirt that she wore in the first episode.

15. Star Wars: The Clone Wars


The makers have worked so hard to add details that Ewan McGregor’s minor blemish has been added to his character’s forehead in the Clone Wars.

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