Who Was In Both New Girl and Beauty and the Beast?

Josh Gad was in both New Girl and Beauty and the Beast. Obviously this means that Bear Claw fell at work due to Nick and Schmidt’s poor safety policies (they tried to get True American to catch on in the bar, an admirable cause but it ended up getting beer spilled in the bathroom and Bearclaw fell because of it).

He opened his eyes to find himself in Rococo era France as LeFou, Gaston’s best friend in the world. It all seemed so familiar to Bearclaw, a huge Beauty and the Beast fan, that he was going to go with it and just live the life. Until, that is, he noticed that Gaston didn’t break a belt by flexing his neck.

The spell was broken and Bearclaw realized the world was all a shenanigan, he wasn’t LeFou and he wasn’t living in a magical world with talking dishes, so he woke up and went back to work.

Who Was in Both The Office and Anchroman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy?

Steve Carrel was in both The Office and Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. Obviously this means that Brick Tamland went into hiding after police started their investigation into a brutal spear murder. He fled east and didn’t stop until he saw the Dunder Mifflin sign. Brick was hungry and thought it said Dunder Muffin. Unsure of what flavor a dunder muffin was, he stopped in to try one and accidentally applied for a job under the name on his fake ID, Michael Scott. That’s the story of how Brick Tamland became the best damn paper salesman and boss the world of Dunder Mifflin Scranton had ever seen.

Who Was In Both The Office and The Sopranos?

Michael Imperioli was in both The Office and The Sopranos. Obviously this means that Christufah went on the lam after he murdered seven people when he found out that the subway Italian sub doesn’t  come with provolone. Christufah used his extensive knowledge of martial arts he learned by bashing heads and became a 10th don black belt in the ancient gabagool mortadel style of karate.  He appreciated Dwight’s dedication to karate and recognized Dwights unflinching and thoughtless devotion to his boss, seeing something of himself in his student. Seeing a true don in Dwight, he gave Dwight his black belt in The Office s9e21.