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Answer: The Flintstones
Bedrock is the fictional city where Fred Flintstone and his family live. Other notable inhabitants of Bedrock include the Rubbles.
Answer: Iain Armitage
In 2017, Armitage was cast as the child version of the character Sheldon. The role was instrumental in catapulting him to stardom.
Samantha Morton plays the role of Alpha, leader of the Whisperers, a threat introduced during season nine of "the Walking Dead".
The last episode of "Dallas", which aired during its 14th season in 1991, featured J.R. Ewing seemingly committing suicide, though in a Dallas reunion movie aired in 1996 it was revealed that he had not.
Answer: United States and China
The Alliance is a fictional corporate super government formed by the merger of the United States and China.
Answer: Sherlock Holmes
"House" series' creator David Shore intentionally established a number of similarities between Gregory House and Sherlock Holmes, including the two of them having the same address albeit in different countries.
Answer: Seattle Grace Hospital
Answer: Rod and Todd
Sheldon Cooper began college when he was only 11 years old. He went on to earn himself a PhD at the young age of 16.
Answer: William Hartnell
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