TV fans love it when they have something in common with their favorite characters. Sometimes, it's a band or a sense of style, but more often than not, it's a shared love for a TV show. Though the following TV characters are fictional, they all have love for TV shows that are very real.
In fourth season of "Parks and Rec," a depressed Ben is still sad about his breakup with Leslie. A co-worker asks him why he's so down, jokingly asking if "Game of Thrones" got canceled. Nerdy Ben retorts back, "They would never cancel 'Game of Thrones.' It's a crossover hit. It's not just for fantasy enthusiasts. They're telling human stories in a fantasy world!"
In Season 5, Leslie's unity quilt has a square dedicated to Ben's two greatest loves: calculators and "Game of Thrones."
It turns out Kano is something of a chatterbox, despite (or perhaps because of) his previous vow of silence. His favorite TV show is "Top Chef," a reality show he's eager to talk about with Brock. Kano's interest in "Top Chef" makes a lot of sense: His character is obsessed with baking and chocolate recipes.
Fans will recall Sheldon also used be a big fan of "Star Trek: The Next Generation," as a young Sheldon really connected with the character of Wesley Crusher, played by Wil Wheaton. But when Wheaton failed to turn up at a convention where Sheldon was in attendance, it kickstarted a whole chain of events that turned Wil Wheaton into Sheldon's mortal enemy.
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