14 Surprising TV Fan Theories That Will Definitely Change The Way You Think About Your Favorite Shows

1. Barney from How I Met Your Mother isn’t actually as much of a womanizer as Ted says he is.

“Ted’s an unreliable narrator and could’ve presented this image of Barney to his kids either because he was jealous of Barney’s relationship with Robin or because he wants Barney to look unsuitable for her. That way, Ted’s kids see Ted and Robin as soulmates.”

2. Avatar: The Last Airbender takes place on a much smaller planet with lower gravity than we think.

“This is why all characters can jump double/triple their height and fall multiple stories without grievous injuries.”

3. All of NCIS is being remembered and recalled by Gibbs in the future.

“NCIS has such terrible ‘technical explanations’ because Gibbs’ memory is recalling the show’s stories, and he is ‘old school’ and really bad with computers. Abby and McGee are perfectly qualified/capable in the technical field, but all Gibbs remembers from their conversations is a mashup of technical jargon.”

4. Toby is, in fact, the Scranton strangler in The Office.

“The strangler stops when he goes to Costa Rica and continues when he gets back. Also, Toby claims he ‘knows he convicted the wrong guy’ when he is on the jury for the Scranton strangler case and tries to go apologize to him in jail, and the guy tries to strangle him.”

5. Walter White from Breaking Bad didn’t actually die.

“From a medical perspective, the location of his gunshot wound is actually highly survivable. We only see him collapse in the lab, and we also see police responding in the background. The response time in which he will receive medical care is incredibly quick and greatly increases his chances of surviving the gunshot wound. If this theory is true, then we have already seen Better Call Saul building up towards something. There are plenty of Breaking Bad Easter eggs, and also every season includes a short clip that shows James’ life after Walt. We may see Walter face trial in a Better Call Saul Easter egg, where Walt has to face justice for his crimes with the little time he has left to live.”

6. Meredith Grey from Grey’s Anatomy actually has Alzheimer’s and the show is her past.

“Her kids found her journals and are reading them in the future. Just like Ellis Grey.”

7. Kevin from Brooklyn Nine-Nine is Shawn from The Good Place.

“He’s decided to go to Earth to meet Holt and fall in love. It explains his ‘enthusiasm’ during the Halloween heists as well.”

8. Courage from Courage the Cowardly Dog actually just takes place in a regular home with an ordinary couple and Courage is just scared of what’s unknown.

“He perceives it much differently than actual reality. It’s also why their house is in the ‘middle of nowhere’ — that house is all Courage knows, so the outside world basically doesn’t exist to him. I’ve been rewatching the show lately, and this theory holds up surprisingly well.

9. Each episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia starts with a date and time because they’re all testifying against each other in court.

The beginning cards to "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" showing the time, date, and location

10. Aria from Pretty Little Liars was actually A.

“In the first episode, Aria comes back from doing a year of school overseas, and the mysterious messages start soon after. There are SO many subtle hints throughout the show, one of them being that she has a dissociative identity. I honestly think the writers had planned for it to happen but scrapped it when it became a popular theory.”

11. Dale from King of the Hill knew about Nancy and John Redcorn but pretended not to.

“Both to keep his home life stable and because he knew Joseph would be raised as his son rather than Redcorn’s.”

12. Supernatural is a continuation of the film Frailty, except that it changes the audience’s viewpoint.

“In Frailty, the audience is given the perspective of the sheriff, while Supernatural is from the brothers’ perspective.”

13. The 10th doctor in Doctor Who was actually reciting advanced Gallifreyan physics knowledge, but the TARDIS couldn’t translate it in a way that made sense to humans.

“In Season 2, Episode 3, when the Doctor is yelling, ‘physics. physics, physics, physicsssssss!'”

14. Finally, Betty’s boyfriend, Glen, is actually the trash bag killer in Riverdale.

“Plain and simple. They never show him around other colleagues and he’s always in a poorly lit office — he is clearly TBK. He probably didn’t even run a blood test on Polly and just put her in a refrigerator then flushed the sample down the toilet. He’s trying to make Betty look guilty and he’s clearly up to something.”


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