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20 TV Facts Even The Most Addicted Binge Watchers Don’t Know

The Fur Cloaks In ‘Game Of Thrones’ Are From IKEA

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Costume Designer Michelle Clapton claims they cut them, shaved them down, then added the leather and straps.

Perd Hapley On ‘Parks And Rec’ Actually Used To Be A Reporter In Real Life

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Jay Jackson, who plays Hapley in the show, was a reporter for 22 years at KCAL 9 News in LA.

In ‘Gilmore Girls,’ Alexis Bledel’s Coffee Cup Was Always Filled With Soda

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The young actress hated coffee.

Luke From ‘Modern Family’ Is Low-Key A Genius

ABC

Actor Nolan Gould has an IQ of 150, is a member of Mensa, and graduated high school at 13.

The Pool In ‘The O.C.’ Was Only 4 Feet Deep

FOX

The actors would be on their knees while filming.

Taylor Hicks Received More American Votes Than Ronald Reagan Did In 1984

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Hicks won American Idol with 63 million votes, while Ronald Reagan won the presidential election with 54.5 million votes.

A Lot Of ‘The Bachelor’ Hometown Dates Aren’t Even At The Contestant’s Home

ABC

Several contestants choose the home of a relative or even a friend.

Matthew Broderick Was Supposed To Be Walter White

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John Cusack and Matthew Broderick both turned down the role before it was offered to Bryan Cranston.

Gillian Anderson Is So Much Shorter Than David Duchovny, She Had To Stand On A Box

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She’s 10 inches shorter than Duchovny and the box was used to reduce that difference for better shot composition.

‘Saved By The Bell,’ ‘That’s So Raven,’ And ‘iCarly’ All Shared The Same High School Set

It’s been around for awhile.