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Discover how one deleted sequence in "The Empire Strikes Back" addressed Mark Hamill's face injuries, and Luke and Leia's intended relationship.
Travel back to the early 1980s to learn whether a failed pitch for a "Doctor Who" animated series became a cartoon about a time-traveling Fonzie from "Happy Days."
Learn whether a gag about Ryan Reynolds in an issue of "Cable and Deadpool" led the actor to pursue the role of the Merc With a Mouth.
In this week's Bat-mystery, discover the surprising person who had a copy of Yvonne Craig's Batgirl costume when she returned for a 1972 PSA.
This week we clear up some confusion about how Deadpool connects to Fox's deal with Marvel for the film rights to the X-Men.
We piece together the clues to learn whether the original host of the hit 1990s kids show really quit because he was losing his hair.
Discover whether Batman's love interest Vicki Vale was originally going to be killed by the Joker in Tim Burton's 1989 blockbuster.
We head to Seattle Grace Hospital to learn which original "Grey's Anatomy" cast member was inserted into the pilot through digital effects.
Travel back a long time ago, to the '70s, to learn how the classic "Star Wars" novel "Splinter of the Mind's Eye," was almost the saga's first movie sequel.
This week we boldly look at a surprising lawsuit in which a video game company claimed the owners of "Star Trek" essentially ruined the franchise.
We step into the ring to solve one of the great mysteries of the 1980s: why a talking robot was featured so prominently in the blockbuster "Rocky IV."
Discover which fan-favorite "Simpsons" character was (somehow) being considered to star in a live-action spinoff series.
Did George Lucas and Brian De Palma really switch Sissy Spacek and Carrie Fisher in their iconic "Carrie" and "Star Wars" roles?
Just in time for the holidays, learn the story behind the classic Christmas song that was initially so depressing it nearly wasn't released.
As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of "A Charlie Brown Christmas," discover whether the special was responsible for driving aluminum trees out of fashion.
We get to the bottom of the great "Star Wars" debate that's been raging for years: "Who shot first, Han or Greedo?"
We know the writers of the CBS comedy would go to great lengths for a gag, but would they create a Canadian Sex Acts website?
Discover the amazing story of the young woman who accidentally landed a speaking role in 1986's "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home."
Learn the sad story of why "The Brady Bunch's" dog Tiger disappeared, and the odd reason the show kept his doghouse around.
Discover the controversial inclusion of the children's book character in Mel Gibson's 2006 adventure about the end of the Mayan civilization.
Just in time for trick-or-treat, we look back at how complaints by Congressmen two decades ago led "The Simpsons" to create its most violent Halloween special.
In celebration of "Back to the Future" Day, find out how the first draft of the 1989 sequel took Marty and Biff back in time to another decade entirely.
How did Crispin Glover's absence from "Back to the Future Part II" lead to a lawsuit that changed the rights of actors forever?
Discover which two 1980s teen icons had to turn down the role of Walter White on "Breaking Bad" before Bryan Cranston was given a shot at it.
Discover whether Bruce Willis' Emmy-winning guest role on "Friends" really came about because he lost a bet to Matthew Perry.
We figure out just when George Lucas decided that Luke and Leia were twins: Was it before or after he had them kiss in "The Empire Strikes Back"?
We head to Philadelphia to tackle a popular fan theory about the real name of the Waitress on the long-running FX/FXX comedy.
This week we discover whether the "Star Wars" icon had a second, uncredited career polishing scripts for Hollywood movies.
Discover how close a "How I Met Your Mother" mystery from the first season came to being revealed on one of the last episodes of the show.
Discover just how close "Toy Story" came to being shut down by Disney, and the odd reason for the studio's problems with the script.
Learn whether "South Park" was originally supposed to be about a vast alien conspiracy, much like the classic series, "The X-Files."
Discover how an Internet parody of "Snakes on a Plane" led to alterations to the Samuel L. Jackson film.
Discover which surprising "Friends" character nearly had a baby, and why the sitcom's producers changed their minds.
As Harry Shearer returns to "The Simpsons," we spotlight a legend involving one of the characters he plays: Was Mr. Smithers originally black, and married with children?
Discover whether the original version of Disney's 1991 animated classic scrapped because Belle wasn't independent enough.
We know "South Park" has a long history of targeting celebrities, but what actress would Comedy Central not allow the show to kill in a Season 1 episode?
This week we get to the bottom of one of the most prolific "Star Wars" legends: whether Harrison Ford first met George Lucas while doing carpentry work for him.
Discover whether the person Lily Aldrin was based on would only permit the character to exist if she was played by "Buffy" veteran Alyson Hannigan.
This week, learn how "Family Guy" made it to the air, and just how close it came to being part of another Fox show!
This week we take the DeLorean up to 88 MPH to find out if the original "Back to the Future" really ended with "To Be Continued ..."