7 Bizarre and Unexpected TV Show Crossovers

  • February 26, 2014
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Bones and Family Guy

Bones is a show that is kind of like those CSI shows, only it actually approaches everything with a little bit of tongue in cheek humor and appeals to nerds by featuring the guy who played Angel in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and, well, Angel, as well as the lesser known Deschanel sister. And somehow, it actually found a way to cross over with…Family Guy? Yeah, we don’t really know how that works either, but Stewie Griffin actually popped up on Bones for an episode to have a little chat with Agent Booth, played by Angel himself, David Boreanaz, as he was about to become a father for the second time. It was all explained away as Booth having delusions, but still, it’s just an incredibly distracting ratings grab, at the end of the day.


Full House and Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper

We’ve already talked about Steve Urkel popping up on Full House, and he actually also showed up on Step by Step for an episode, too. Heck, John Stamos even showed up on Step by Step as his Full House character, too. But that just doesn’t seem nearly as bizarre as the crossover between Full House and Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, in which the insanely annoying youngest Full House daughter, Michelle Tanner, swings by to, well, hang with Mr. Cooper. The weird part about this is that the episode feels more like Mr. Cooper is encroaching on Full House territory, since he works as a substitute teacher in little Michelle’s class, and somehow he winds up hurting his ass and being unable to seduce a random woman because of this fact. We never said Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper was a good show, you know.


Superman and the Brady Kids

You can basically get away with anything you want when it comes to cartoons. Some cartoons try to do silly things like “make sense” but for the most part, they revel in the fact they can do literally anything. This is how Scooby and the gang fought alongside both the Harlem Globetrotters and Batman, and it’s also how the kids from the Brady Bunch found themselves hanging out with Superman and Wonder Woman. In this particular Brady Kids animated episode, Cindy Brady befriends a guy named Clark Kent, and the Brady’s help him thwart a group of bank robbers in a series of, let’s face it, really stupid events and actions that make even less sense than the fact that Superman would be best pals with Cindy freaking Brady.

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