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"The Wire" focuses on the drug scene through the eyes of dealers and law enforcement based in Baltimore, Maryland.
In "Avatar: the Last Airbender", the passing of Sozin's comet gives firebenders enhanced strength.
Answer: The Simpsons
Moe Szyslak, better known by his establishment Moe's Tavern which is frequented by the likes of Homer Simpson, is indeed a recurring character on "the Simpsons".
At first Miley, at the tender age of 11, was denied the titular role of the Disney Channel's "Hannah Montana" due to being too "young and small". However, due to her singing and acting talents, she could not be denied.
Like many of the characters on "Seinfeld", the Soup Nazi was inspired by a real-life person, in this case a soup vendor from New York City.
Matt LeBlanc starred as the lovable yet doltish Joey on "Friends" from 1994-2004.
After just 11 episodes "Playmakers", which centered on a fictional professional football team, was pulled by ESPN at the NFL's request.
Answer: The History of Everything
The History of Everything is the official theme song of "The Big Bang Theory"'. It was recorded by the Canadian rock band Barenaked Ladies. The song is played at the start of every episode.
There are nine Great Houses of Westeros, which are Arryn, Baratheon, Greyjoy, Lannister, Martell, Stark, Targaryen, Tully and Tyrell.