Everyone character in the Simpsons has four fingers, except for God and Jesus, who have five.
We don't know if this is necessarily a hidden fact more than it is a strange new enlightening experience about the Simpsons. We guess in this universe, God just decided that they would have fewer fingers than he has, because he is God and that's how it would be. We're not sure if this adds anything to the show.
Robbie has a "Teenage Mutant Ninja Caveman" poster on his wall, making this the most 90's moment in TV history!
We have one of those posters on our wall too, but do we get any recognition for it? No, but at least we have a cool poster, so that counts for something. We guess to get recognized we have to be a dinosaur, or a mutant ninja turtle ourselves. Yeah, we'll stick to being human.
Nerd alert! It's CP30 and R2D2 in hieroglyphic form! When did Star Wars come out? We know it was sort of a long time ago, and pretending that the new movies weren't a thing. So it seems like it wouldn't add up that you'd see these two guys on the wall of an ancient tomb, but hey. You never know. Maybe this is where Lucas got his inspiration. These timelines are confusing us. We'll move on now.
In the end credits of every episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia the credits include a hidden audio message. The messages are recorded by Mac, Charlie, and Glenn and are played backwards. When played forward, the audio message for the first season says, "You're stupid for playing this forward." This isn't an Easter egg that you can see, but rather one that you can hear. Who was the first person to discover this?
The third time "Beetlejuice" is mentioned in the series, he magically appears. Just like he's supposed to!
And this also looks like one of those photos that could appear in a series of "moments just before disaster" because that guy is coming to kidnap her and we're freaked out by it. Don't look behind you, just get up quietly and start running as fast as you can. We're pretty sure that's the only thing to do.
If you look closely, you can see a cameo by the one and only George Harrison, who also executive produced the film.
If you were making a movie, wouldn't you put yourself in the film? We'd put ourselves in it. We'd actually make a game of putting ourselves in it as much as possible. At this point, maybe we shouldn't think of making movies, and just think of ourselves as actors instead? How enlightening this has been.
When Lieutenant Sark pauses to study the Tron game grid, you can see Pac-Man chomping away.
This is a very complex game of Pac-Man that we'd like to play. Do you think that they ever noticed him and paused for a second to try out this level? What score do you have to get to move on to this section of the game? We always get eaten after like, the third round of the game.
Leave it to one of the most beloved shows of the last ten years to leave this fun Easter egg for their hardcore legion of fans.
Maybe this is just some very clever editing and coincidence. And the result of someone watching this show way, way too much. We mean, how does someone notice this? How many times do they have to watch this show? We'd say at least twenty times. That's a lot of times.
There's a pineapple hidden in every single episode of Psych. Sometimes it's an actual pineapple, but sometimes they'll sneak one in a on shirt pattern or a keychain dangling from a door caught on security cam footage.
We can imagine one episode where they forgot to put in a pineapple and having to redo the whole thing. Sorry guys, the episode is perfect, but we have to do it again, this time with a pineapple.
Director David Fincher claims that there is a Starbucks cup in every shot of Fight Club. Literally every frame. Wow.
Um. We have to go back and watch this movie again now. Did he just really, really like Starbucks? Did the crew keep leaving their drinks around on set and he finally gave up and decided to just roll with it? We want to know what chain of events led to this decision, because it's wack.
Mickey Mouse proved he can party with the rest of them when he attended a concert in A Goofy Movie!
And if you go to Disneyland, you'll see hidden mickeys everywhere. Just look around and you'll start to realize it. In fact, are hidden mickeys just hanging around in our everyday lives, waiting to be discovered as Easter eggs? Maybe we've been blind to what's been happening in the world around us this entire time.
Walt took of his pants the first time he and Jesse cooked meth in the To'hajiilee desert. Towards the end of the series, Walt travels through the same location with his barrel of cash. Look at the bottom left corner ” appears his pants didn't get up and walk away. We're not surprised about the attention to detail at all. This show was great and we're going to go rewatch it now, even though it's depressing.
Oh hey, Buzz Lightyear! What are you doing on the floor of the dentist office in Finding Nemo?
Things like this fuel the fan theories that every single Disney movie is linked somehow and they are all living in one big Disney world where animals and snow men talk and most people don't have parents and there are a lot, lot more princes hanging around than there are in the world that we live in.
We finally learn Han's full name in Fast Five, and of course it's a hilarious Star Wars reference. Han may not be fighting intergalactic battles, but we'd say he's still pretty badass.
When someone tells him that they love him, do you think he says "I know"? Maybe he'll soon team up with a big walking carpet and we can have a fun time with a cool new crossover movie on our hands. No? Okay.
Stanley Kubrik snuck in a 2001: A Space Odyssey album into the record store scene in A Clockwork Orange.
We've never actually watched this movie. We just find Easter eggs in it. We hear that there was a scene to do with someone getting their eyes touched and we're too freaked out by that to pursue watching this film. If anyone out there wants to let us know that it's not that bad, we guess we could give it a shot.