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I thought Buckwheat from "The Little Rascals" (1994) was a girl because he had long hair!
My mother used to believe the guys who speaks in TV can see us
In addition to acting, when you see an actor drawing, painting, singing, or dancing, they really have that talent.
As a kid, I saw an episode of The Simpsons where Mr. Burns tells Bart, "Did you know that after ten years dead bodies turn into licorice?" I thought that it was true and that I was going to turn into licorice after ten years of being dead and that I would get eaten. I thought that licorice was made from dead people.
When I was six or so, I asked Dad who Spock was, and he told me, "He's a philosopher", so I thought Spock was a real person along the lines of Socrates and Aristotle. Later around the same time, I heard Dad doing an impression of Spock addressing someone as "captain", so I thought Spock had been a Navy philosopher.
Because the teacher's name in Clifford is Mrs. Carrington, I assumed every fictional female authority figure had the last name "Carrington" by default. So I thought Vee from Chuggington's full name was "Bea (I misheard her first name) Carrington".
As a kid, I thought that soap operas were shows that involved people singing in the shower while washing their bodies with soap.
Today I learned that the guy in the shining who says “Here’s Johnny” is Jack Nicholson and not Leonardo Dicaprio. Nevermind the fact that The Shining came out in 1980 and Dicaprio was born in 1974.
As a child I believed I could get sucked into the television.
When I was a little girl, I used to believe that there were little people behind on TV moving all the time