Top 10 details you did not notice in Malcolm

How about talking about the best sitcom in TV history by giving you a small list of small bugs and hidden tricks in the series? Somehow you have no way of answering me clearly “no”, so I keep writing and pretending you said “yes”, otherwise it completely ruins my top and my day on the same occasion. If you do not know Malcolm well, take the test.

1. One of the best episodes is written by an 11 year old girl.

The episode “If Boys Were Girls”, where we see Lois imagine her family life if she had only given birth to girls, is absolutely brilliant and remains one of the best in the series. It was written by the daughter of an 11-year-old costume designer. She had laid out a two-page script that the creator loved, and she was credited as the screenwriter.

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2. You never know their last name

There is only one episode where we can see Francis’ badge that says “Francis Wilkerson”, but a little later the creators rectified the situation by showing “Francis Nolastname” (Francis nolastname) story, which we understand that on another badge. assumed we never know their real last name.

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Fake cigarettes

In one episode, Lois confiscates the kids’ belongings, and we see a pack of “Morley” cigarettes, a fake brand that is actually found in several other series and movies, such as walking Dead and Psychosis. A kind of multiverse, but cigarettes.

4. We see the hamster Bernard in several episodes

During an episode of the third season, Dewey unleashes the family hamster by letting him go in his ball to new horizons. We actually see him pass in several other episodes at different times, even as far as Alaska, where Francis is. How does he survive on so little food? A riddle.

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5. The same universe as Friends

Some series flash hidden and Malcolm do it with the series Friends through a character with suicidal tendencies that Phoebe sells ink to. He appears in an episode of Malcolm in which he says that his job is to sell printer ink and that he is apparently still played by Jason Alexander (Seinfeld).

6. Dewey plays Gameboy without games

He is so amazing that he is going to play GameBoy without even putting a cartridge in the console. A small mistake that happens when the props do not know enough about what we would let it go, but there is another episode where Reese does exactly the same thing.

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7. The story of Craig’s mother who does not make sense

If you remember Craig, Lois’ completely in love colleague, you may not remember him repeatedly talking about his mother and giving different versions: In one episode, he says she died when he was a child, and in another, which he has just given him his cat to keep. It’s not clear, but the character is cool, so we forgive.

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8. The picture of Lois’ father messing around

In one episode, we see a picture of Lois’ father when he was young, it is the actor playing Francis who poses in the picture with big eyebrows. So far no problem, except that a few seasons later we’re told that Lois’ father is not her biological father, which makes a big mess out of her resemblance to Francis.

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9. We see members of the team several times

Camera shadows, snippets of the studio and team members can show up at several points in the series, it happens in the footage, it’s just as much. But there is a scene where we see a technician holding a bucket of water and the team realized this during the filming but decided to leave it and thought people would not necessarily see it. So that’s a little silly, because yes, we saw it.

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10. Breaking Bad was just Hals’ dream

In an alternate end of breaking Bad Hal can be seen waking up in panic along with Lois and telling her that he dreamed he was producing drugs with another guy. Lois pisses him off a bit and goes back to bed, which would have been a good ending to the show, for Breaking Bad is pretty good.

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