In recent weeks on “Medium,” “Two and a Half Men,” and “Bones,” there have been some funny or even interesting useless facts come up on these three shows. The three useless facts from television shows are dreams per person, pee and athletes foot, and half plus eight rule on cougar dating.
“Medium” – Dreams Per Person
During this episode Joe brings up how many dreams the average person has a night or during any sleep time they have when Allison wakes up from one of her non-average run of the mill dreams.
The average person has six dreams a night. This equals to forty-two dreams a week. one hundred sixty-eight dreams a month and two thousand sixteen dreams a year. These are run of the mill average dreams by people.
Air Time for “Medium”: Friday, 8 pm ET on CBS
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“Two and a Half Men” – Pee and Athletes Foot
During one episode of “Two and a Half Men,” Charlie talks about how pee can cure athletes foot. He goes on to tell why he knows peeing on your feet can cure athletes foot. His theory on why more people doesn’t know about pee curing athletes foot is because the pharmaceutical companies don’t want people to know of the free cure.
Considering Charlie’s normal “drunken state” on the show, his peeing on athletes foot is probably something he thought of and tried while being beyond drunk. If you have ever watched “Two and a Half Men,” Charlie comes up with some doosey useless topic of conversations throughout any episode.
Air Time for “Two and a Half Men”: Monday, 9 pm ET on CBS
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“Bones – The Shallow in the Deep” – Half Plus Eight Rule on Cougar Dating
Sweets explains the rule for dating younger men when they; Brennan, Booth, and Sweets; go on a Cougar cruise party while investigating a dead man found on a slave ship that is being verified by the “squints” at the Jeffersonian.
Dating younger people rule is half their age plus eight. You divide your age by half and add eight to the number. On Wikipedia they have a graph that is “half your age plus seven graph.” This graph shows the oldest person with the minimum age of the person using this rule.
Air Time for “Bones”: Thursday, 8 pm ET on Fox
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