Nowadays there is an onslaught of TV shows and movies every day. With the rise of streaming services, there seems to be no chance of these slowing down. But the problem comes with what is watchable and what isn’t. The shows have to be good enough to keep the audience hooked to the screen. This is a major problem that the shows have faced with so much to watch. Some of the creators try and make the narratives good enough so that the shows are worth watching. At the same time, another thing that can help is putting in a lot of details. Adding certain details to each and every shot makes it more than the narrative and keeps the audience excited. Often fans discover these detail upon giving the show a second watch. Let’s take a look at some unique details in TV shows that you might have never seen.
The Falcon & The Winter Soldier
In “The Falcon and the Winter soldier”(2021), there is a scene where characters observe memorabilia of Steve Rogers. One of which is a photograph directly from a scene in Captain America: The First Avenger(2011), taken from a background characters viewpoint. These scenes wer… pic.twitter.com/qXDc0eRRsC
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In the Stranger Things episode ‘Chapter Three: The Pollywog’ (S2E3), if you look closely at Mr. Clarke’s town model, you can see the Betelgeuse tombstone from Beetlejuice (1988) – a nice little nod to series star Winona Ryder, who had her first breakout role as Lydia Deetz in that film. from TVDetails
In The Simpsons (S30 E15), in the opening credits is a game show where Homer has to guess what’s on the screen. Marge says “you haven’t changed me since 1989”, and Homer gets it right. The Simpsons was created in 1989, and this is a subtle nod to the couch gag. from TVDetails
In the last season of Modern Family, Claire asks Gloria if she’s hiding a pregnancy behind the laundry basket. It’s a reference to the Pilot episode where Julie Bowen (Claire) had to be behind several object when in front of the camera to hide the fact that she was 8 1/2 month pregnant at the time. from TVDetails
SpongeBob Squarepants is one of the most fan-favorite animated shows. In Season 2 Episode 4, titled ‘Dying for Pie’, there’s a scene where Spongebob is sliding across the window, pestering Squidward who’s walking on the other side. Being unaware he ends up wiping the window clean as he is a sponge.
The Office US
My new favorite little detail in the office: in the episode “The Secret”, there’s a talking head in which Michael is justifying his use of putting $80 of magic equipment on the corporate credit card. In it he’s wearing a thumb tip, which is a magic prop used to conceal small objects! from DunderMifflin
Doctor Who has a massive fan following all around the world. In an episode of Season 9, the main language of Star Wars, Aurebesh can be seen written in the background. The writing translates to “DeLorean”.
The Walking Dead
Lost, Season 2, Episode 4, Hurley is drinking milk from a carton he found in the hatch, with a missing child photo of Walt, Michael’s Son, who was abducted in the last episode of Season 1 from TVDetails
How I Met Your Mother
In How I Met Your Mother (S1E9), Ted jokingly tells his kids that he met a stripper named Tracy and that was how he met their mother, much to their shock. It turns out later in the series that their mother actually is called Tracy, which explains why the kids believed it. from TVDetails
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Ewan McGregor left a massive impact with his portrayal of the character of Obi-Wan Kenobi in the Star Wars prequels. The impact was so huge that we can see some of his details appear in the Clone Wars series too. A small blemish can be seen on the character’s animated versions’ forehead which is identical to Ewan McGregor.
The Big Bang Theory
Parks and Recreation
[Parks and Recreation] In Season 2 episode 13, Leslie gets an MRI on a first date. The MRI tech tells her she could have triplets with her first pregnancy, which ends up happening in season 6 episode 20 from continuityporn
Never Have I Ever
In Season 5 Episode 6 of Schitt’s Creek, Antonio can be seen in the background scanning through the items that he later scams in the same episode.
In S5 E3 of Bojack Horseman, in her podcast, Diane interviews Laika who in actual history was a female Soviet space dog who became one of the first animals in space, and the first animal to orbit the Earth. from TVDetails
Game of Thrones
So these were all the unique details in TV Shows that we found.