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A common explanation for the origin of the known universe believed by scientists, such as those in the showThe Big Bang Theory
90.2%
The area of the White House whose staff are the focal point of the showThe West Wing
84.8%
What the entire show aims to explain for the central character's son and daughterHow I Met Your Mother
84.5%
The name of the hospital-related work attire that most of the main characters wearScrubs
84.5%
A term coined by 1950's Madison Avenue executives to describe themselvesMad Men
79.9%
One way of describing planet Earth, to where the main characters have moved3rd Rock From The Sun
75.6%
The name of the local government department of which the Hoosier protagonist is deputy directorParks and Recreation
69.5%
A concise, yet erroneous, weather report of the PA city where the show is setIt's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
69.3%
The name of another dimension - one not only of sight and sound, but also of mind - in which, perhaps, the show takes placeThe Twilight Zone
68.7%
The surname of the New York City protagonist/co-creatorSeinfeld
65.5%
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A short form of the name of the New York City skyscraper in which the show primarily takes place30 Rock
61.5%
The name of the fictional, kooky Washington town (population 51,201) in which the show is setTwin Peaks
50.3%
From American Southwest slang, a phrase which refers to the protagonist's increasing lack of care for authority and moralityBreaking Bad
45.4%
A ~200 year old phrase which, in part, refers to the initial incarceration of the patriarch of the show's familyArrested Development
44.8%
The family-named Torquay hotel where the show is setFawlty Towers
38.5%
Term referring to where the clients of the show's family business are situatedSix Feet Under
38.5%
A portmanteau of the US state the protagonist moves to and one of his favourite pastimesCalifornication
34.8%
The number of missing people who return all at once in Washington state to discover they have unique magical powers, forming the basis of the show's plotThe 4400
34.8%
A short adjective which accurately describes, on many levels, just how the large ensemble of characters in the show (and perhaps the audience) are feelingLost
26.4%
The status of the show's superior generation characters with regard to relationship and offspringMarried... With Children
17%

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