|Hang on to your snowglobes...
||[Aug. 4th, 2007|04:29 pm]
Tommy Westphall's Mind: A Multiverse Explored
I'm finally sifting through old emails, LJ notifications and tommywestphall to make sense of all the suggestions and queries since our last major update... six months ago!
Here we go...
Thanks to Thom Holbrook's site - details to a fully-fledged crossover between CSI: New York and Cold Case
Morley Cigarettes grabs four more series:
- Nash Bridges
- Prison Break
- Space Above and Beyond
- That 70s Show
The fictional Los Angeles Tribune brings in (via Lou Grant, which is already on the grid):
- Matt Huston
- Wonder Woman
- Remington Steele
- City of Angels
- Burke's Law (1994)
Columbo then brings in Mrs Columbo (and the various series she morphed into)
Moonlighting crossed over with Hart to Hart
Burke's Law (1994) brings in its predecessors Burke's Law and Amos Burke - Secret Agent
The fictional Hudson University (originating with Law & Order) brings in:
(To answer a recent question, Hudson University also connects to the DC Universe series devised by Bruce Timm, as well as the DC comic universe itself)
- Tru Calling
- Without a Trace
The fictional Trans-Global Airlines (which actually originated in the Airport film series but got a mention on Matlock) brings in:
- Young and the Restless
- All My Children
and possibly Quincy ME
Thanks to tele_toby and his research, we find...
The Young and the Restless brings in The Bold and the Beautiful and As the World Turns
All My Children brings in General Hospital, One Life to Live, Port Charles and Loving
Emergency brings in Sierra and Adam 12
Adam 12 brings in Dragnet and Dragnet 67 (anyone know if Dragnet 67 is connected to the two revivals in the 80s and 90s?)
The Double Meat Corporation links Buffy the Vampire Slayer to the short-lived Andy Barker P.I.
The planet Gallifrey links Doctor Who with The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers which brings in the live action series Ninja Turtles the Next Mutation
And, finally, things that don't count...
Bernie Kopell did not appear as his Love Boat character on Fresh Prince of Bel Air, even though his character name was Doc
Columbo is not connected to Magnum P.I.
And the fictional magazine The National Inquisitor is currently being left out of the Westphall-verse to allow for more research on the subject.
That's an additional 35 series. The Grid and Key have not been updated yet. Let's discuss this compiled list and see if they have unearthed any further connections to expand the Tommy Westphall Universe.