When I was a little boy, I used to believe the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were real. A day, my brother said to me that they would save me if I was lost in the town because they live in Fretin and I was a big fan of
I used to think princesses are only in TV shows
I used to believe that the intro of Sakura Card Captor, had a part when the Singer also said: “I hate you” but now I heard the song again the singer actually say “why”
When I was a child I used to believe that movies and series were real.
I used to think the TV show "The Sopranos" was about opera singers.
When I first heard of the show Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, I thought Bel-Air was a foreign country, and the Banks family were royalty.
I didn't understand why the show wasn't doing more to explore those aspects.
I used to think True Crime was a documentary TV show and not a genre
For the longest time I thought 90210 was a sitcom
My parents had the South Park kids as Christmas ornaments, and I believed South Park was a kids show until I actually watched it when I was 9
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 the character Kimiko Tohomiko from Xiaolin Showdown's name was Chemical.
When I was twelve, the only exposure to the word "academy" I had was a place called the Vulcan Science Academy, from Star Trek.
So when my dad said that he and his band were going to play at "the academy", I was taken aback and thought, "So the Vulcan Science Academy is real?!".
I thought that the 'Futurama' theme was written by Bender.
There was a show called "Happy Days" that has the lyric "Goodbye, grey skies, hello blue" in its theme tune, so I thought you couldn't watch it on a cloudy day.
I used to believe the laboratory of Jammys in "c'est pas sorcier" was really in a truck.(Tv show)
I thought exterminators were Daleks.
When I was younger, I used to believe what I saw in films was real.
I used to think Squidward was called Baldo because he was bald