The character started his law enforcement career on “Homicide: Life on the Street” back in 1993, and currently appears on “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, but he’s shown up on a LOT of other shows as well.
From “Arrested Development” to “The X-Files” to friggin’ “Sesame Street,” Munch is the thread that ties a multitude of worlds together.
Which means all of your favorite characters know a guy who dated a girl who worked with a guy who met a girl who worked a bar that once served some people who know him. And other, far stranger connectons…
In 1997, Homer thought he found an alien in Springfield, and two paranormal investigators, Agents Mulder and Scully of “The X-Files,” were brought in to help solve the case.
…who were interrogated by none other than Detective John Munch in “The X-Files” episode “Unusual Suspects.”
Detective Munch’s long, storied career has linked together a number of television worlds.
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