A bunch of crows is called a murder, but a bunch of ravens is called an unkindness. Ravens are one of the most intelligent creatures in the world, up there with dolphins and chimps, and far above crows. Sorry, crows.
In the cartoon version of "Ghostbusters," Bill Murrey's character (Peter Venkman) is voiced by Lorenzo Music, the voice of Garfield in "Garfield and Friends." Bill Murrey then voiced Garfield in the CG/Live Garfield movie. Such a curious connection between fat cat and ghost hunter.
The famous Flintstones were originally named the Flagstones and intended for adult adiences. The first couple of seasons were sponsored by a cigarette company, and Fred and Barney, especially, helped to sell cigerrettes, occasionally taking the equivalent of smoke breaks.
Velma in Scooby Doo losing her glasses = Velma losing her mind, but did you know the first time she "lost her glasses" it was actually due to an accident at a table reading? The actress who voiced Velma (Nicole Jaffe) actually lost her glasses and said the famous line without thinking. The producers liked it so much, they added it in.
In 1996, NASA claimed to have found life on Mars. Things then got confused because while we think "life" means people, they meant some sort of organic material that started life here on Earth when an asteroid from Mars fell here. Turns out... there's not even organic life forms up there. Sorry, NASA.
The video game "E.T.", considered to be the worst video game ever made, was made by ONE man in SIX weeks, who never left his office in those six weeks. He even slept under his desk! No joke. Kind of raises the respect bar a bit, doesn't it?