1.On The Office, the George Foreman grill that Michael burns his foot on in Season 2 can be seen in the Season 4 episode "Dinner Party" when Michael and Jan show Jim and Pam where they sleep.
2.When Loki crashes into the desert in Loki Episode One, "Glorious Purpose," it's an homage to when Tony Stark crashed into the desert in Iron Man.
3.The neighborhood in The Good Place is named 12358W for a reason: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 is part of the Fibonacci sequence.
4.In the finale of I May Destroy You, Arabella dances with her past self from the first episode.
5.In a Series 5 episode of Taskmaster — a British comedy/game show everyone should watch — Alex Horne, who's basically one of the hosts, is replaced by a fake Alex for a moment.
6.Walter White from Breaking Badcrosses paths with his pants from the pilot in Season 5.
7.On The Office, Michael's girlfriend Carol — who broke up with him because he photoshopped himself into a picture of her family — has a tiny cameo in Threat Level Midnight. She's the realtor of the house Michael Scarn "lives" in.
Just for kicks, here's the photo Michael photoshopped.
8.Childish Gambino's albumAwaken, My Love! was in an episode of Atlanta — a show created by and starring Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino — before the album dropped.
9.In the theme song of WandaVision's first episode, "Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience," there is an homage to the theme song of The Dick Van Dyke Show. Vision almost trips over a chair while carrying Wanda and Rob Petrie — Dick Van Dyke's character in his show — would trip or almost trip over an ottoman in his opening credits.
10.Garol from Broad City — you know, the person Abbi speaks to on North Brother Island — shows up two more times in later seasons.
11.On The Office, Pam uses Jim's teapot gift later in the Finer Things Club.
12.In the second episode of Loki, the titular character looks at a file about events that took place during the film Thor: Ragnarok. The code name for the events is "REVENGERS," which is the team name in the movie for the misfit group that consists of Loki, Thor, Valkyrie, and the Hulk.
13.Then we have, of course, the Magna Doodle board on Friends. There were fun and different drawings or messages throughout the show.
14.Another Taskmaster Easter egg: In Series 6, the two host figures, "taskmaster" Greg and his "assistant" Alex, wear matching socks in every episode.
15.On Breaking Bad, Saul Goodman says his best-case scenario for the future, and on Better Call Saul, we see that scenario come true.
16.Remember that time Michael, Dwight, and Jim drove to the Utica branch on The Office and Michael and Dwight tried to steal the copier? Well, the Utica copier is padlocked when we see it in Season 5.
17.In a Season 8 episode of Frasier, damage caused by Eddie the dog can be seen on the "Welcome Home Daphne" banner. Eddie clearly ran over the sign when the paint/ink was still wet.
Here's the banner up close.
18.Michael Scott's "World's Best Boss" mug from The Office is referenced in The Good Place through the form of an "Existence's Best Boss" mug.
19.Last one about The Office: An item at the garage sale is the stuck-to-the-wall painting from when Jim bought Pam their house. So they finally got it off the wall.
20.In the final scene of the Cheers series finale, Sam adjusts a picture of Geronimo, which was a way to honor Nicholas Colasanto, the actor who played Coach and sadly died during the show's third season.
21.And finally, bears are referenced in every episode of New Girl.
Sometimes bears as a concept are mentioned without the word being said or the animal being shown. Like with the Cubs.
The whole idea is perfect.
Thank you once again, New Girl, for making me thrilled to be alive.
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