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Answer: Boy Meets World
The lovely Danielle Fishel, who played Topanga in "Boy Metts World" (1993-2000), gets her exotic looks from being half Maltese.
Answer: 11 Months
Although fictionally an entire season of "24" elapsed within the timeframe of one day, in actuality it took 11 months to put a season together. As such cast members had to get haircuts every five days.
Answer: Kevin Sussman
Kevin Sussman is an American actor. Prior to making a name for himself as an actor, Sussman actually once made a living working at a comic book store.
Answer: Season 9
Leonard and Penny tied the knot in Las Vegas in the sitcom's Season 9 premiere.
Answer: Bosom Buddies
"Bosom Buddies" was based on Tom Hanks and his co-star, Peter Scolari, dressing in drag in order to reside at a low-rent, ladies-only apartment complex.
Answer: Dr. Sheldon Lee Cooper
Sheldon's full name is Dr. Sheldon Lee Cooper.
In "Avatar: the Last Airbender", the passing of Sozin's comet gives firebenders enhanced strength.
Answer: Queen of the South
A sicario, which is a title given to the hitmen of Latin American drug cartels, are regulars characters on "Queen of the South", which centers on the drug trade in Mexico and the southwestern United States.
Answer: Jim Parsons
After auditioning for the role of Dr. Sheldon Cooper on "The Big Bang Theory", Jim Parsons was instantly cast on the spot because he performed so brilliantly.