The National Broadcasting Company, or NBC, is the American television network headquartered in the GE Building in New York City's Rockefeller Center. In May 2004, NBC merged with Vivendi Universal Entertainment to form NBC Universal.
NBC was created in 1926, originally as a radio broadcasting company. As television revolutionized the world, NBC began broadcasting television programs.
In the background of the dog show that Mr. Muggles watches, the logo for NBC is seen passing by.
Monica watches the "Martial Arts Movie of the Week" on "Brava". In real life, "Bravo" is an NBC Universal-owned cable television channel which sometimes shares programming with NBC.
A microphone with the MSNBC logo is visible in Nathan's press conference.
Thompson, Jr. tells Connie that he wouldn't mind being stranded on MILF Island with her. MILF Island is the title of the April 10, 2008 episode of 30 Rock, produced by NBC. MILF Island is also the title of a reality show spoof featured on 30 Rock.
A billboard has the peacock logo on it.
- Jason Badower reported that NBC was very specific about the name of the brewing company used in Road Kill. Neither Jason nor Annette Kwok caught the reference. Had they known the brewery's name was a reference to NBC, they would have designed a different logo to put on the side of the truck.
- Brian Williams's name is misspelled "Brain". (War Buddies, Part 1)
- When Matt brings a turtle to JFK Airport, the turtle's cage is lined with papers from GE (Dying of the Light). NBC is a subsidiary of General Electric.
Sylar rides in a Northeast Brewing Company truck, or NBC truck.
The television at Le Bar shows NBC Nightly News...
Usutu's shirt is from Universal Studios.
A sign in New York has NBC's peacock logo.
Don watches the finale of The Biggest Loser.
- For references to NBC's television show Crossing Jordan, see Crossing Jordan.
- For references to NBC and SyFy's television show Battlestar Galactica, see Battlestar Galactica.
- For references to NBC's television show Las Vegas, see Las Vegas (TV series).
- For references to NBC's television show Quantum Leap, see Quantum Leap.
- For references to NBC and SyFy's several television shows from the Star Trek franchise, see Star Trek.
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