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Answer: Seattle Grace Hospital
Answer: Sex and the City
In 2001, HBO's "Sex and the City" was the first cable sitcom to win an Emmy for "Outstanding Comedy Series" during its third season on-air.
Answer: Matt Murdock
Foggy Nelson is a college friend of and current business partner of Matt Murdock, better known as "Daredevil".
Answer: Michael C. Hall
"Dexter" aired in 2006, and lasted until 2013. Michael C. Hall has been in dozens of movies and other TV shows.
In addition to defeating a bear, Ragnar also had to subdue a large hound with his bare hands before gaining Lagertha's hand in marriage.
Answer: The Twilight Zone
"Nightmare at 20,000 Feet", originally aired in 1963 and starring William Shatner, is perhaps the most-memorable episode of "the Twilight Zone".
In August 2006, the Chinese government banned "The Simpsons" from being shown on prime-time television. They did this to try to save their local animation industry.
Answer: Pinwright's Progress
The British sitcom titled "Pinwright's Progress" is noted for being the world's first television sitcom. It aired from November 1946 to May 1947.
Answer: Saved by the Bell
Dustin Diamond, better known as Screech from "Saved by the Bell", later admitted that he regretted making such a bonehead decision in search of a quick buck.
Sheldon doesn't like to swear. Throughout the show, he's sworn only a few times. He often uses swear word alternatives.