Random bits

This page contains some random snippits from various of the fun section pages. Visit the individual pages to see everything.

Did you know Dwight...

...made up the invisible dog Billy; Billy appeared during an improv while shooting the pilot episode.

...thinks his own personality is close to that of Barclay but wished he could be Murdock everyday.

...landed the role of Oppenheimer because he had played the role of Valmont in the theatre play 'Les Liaisons dangereuses’ at the Williams Town Theatre Festival. Dwight played in the American premiere of the play. Writer and director Roland Joffe sent casting directors a note that he wanted to see all Amerian actors who played the part of Valmont, Dwight was the only one. After Joffe did thought experiences with Dwight and he auditoned for Paramount, Dwight landed the role.

Murdock's T-Shirt from season 3, Beverly Hills Assault
Red with two panda bears in a blue circle.

Murdock's T-Shirt from season 1, The Rabbit Who Ate Las Vegas
Plain red no print.

Murdock's T-Shirt from season 2, Deadly Maneuvers
Dark blue with white lettering: Minds Are For People Who Think. But something strange happens. Murdock has a t-shirt problem. When he is looking for Face and drives the corvette he finds a little dog that is supposed to be hit by a car. Suddenly he wears by mistake a grey t-shirt with black lettering in that scene. When he approaches the dog and picks it up he turns around and the t-shirt sudddenly changes in the correct one again, Minds Are For People Who Think.

Random Collectable


First Contact Trading Card Set, by Skybox 1996