These Hidden Messages In Movies And TV Shows Will Blow Your Mind

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There’s nothing better than watching a favorite movie or television show. Though we often watch our favorite things multiple times, there are always details that are missed. Secrets, or Easter eggs, are fun to have pointed out for you, since they give clues to other aspects of a show or film that you didn’t already know. Easter eggs also show inside jokes between a cast and crew. Some of your favorite shows and movies probably have recurring Easter eggs that you didn’t even know about.


You can find a pineapple in every single episode of Psych.

The Simpsons

Every character in The Simpsons has four fingers on each hand…except for God and Jesus, who have five.

Fight Club

There’s a Starbucks coffee cup in nearly every scene of the movie Fight Club.

A Clockwork Orange

In the record store scene, you can find the soundtrack to one of the director Stanley Kubrick’s earlier films, 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

If you keep your eyes peeled while watching this film, you just might see hieroglyphics that depict R2-D2 and C-3PO, characters from director George Lucas’ epic Star Wars franchise.

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

During the end credits of each episode, a message plays that, if reversed, state some pretty silly things.

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

Anchorman fans with a keen eye and who also speak Spanish may have noticed that the name of the Mexican restaurant where Veronica Corningstone dines translates to “we spit in your food.”


If you look closely at Jasmine’s tiger Rajah when he’s coming from under Jafar’s spell, you’ll see that he’s sporting some Mickey Mouse ears.


After “Beetlejuice” was said for a third time on the show, the dead man himself made a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo.


Notice any famous video game characters in this scene?

Breaking Bad

Notice the pants in the bottom left corner of this scene from the final season of “Breaking Bad”? Well, you may remember them from the first season, when Walt ditched them after cooking meth with Jesse for the first time.