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Awesome souvenirs kept by TV show cast and crew (15 Photos)
Nick Offerman – Breakfast Food Poster
There were certainly some very real overlaps between Nick Offerman and his ‘Parks and Recreation’ character Ron Swanson—and apparently, one of them is a deep love for breakfast food. “There are a few posters that graced the wall behind Ron in his original office … The middle one was a pretty brunette lady holding a plate of breakfast food. And that one I always thought was so funny and was very representative, to me, of the subtle sense of humor of the show: playing up how funny mundane, Midwestern objects can be. So I took only that poster.”
Bryan Cranston – Heisenberg’s Hat and Glasses
A school teacher turned meth lord, Walter White was infamous for his black top hat and glasses. Cranston simply couldn’t part with these when ‘Breaking Bad’ ended. And we don’t blame him.
Aaron Paul – Jesse Pinkman’s License Plate
Before he became Walter White’s famed righthand man, Pinkman was a smalltime drug dealer known as ‘The Captain.’ His character even had a license plate with the words ‘The Capn,’ something Aaron Paul took with him after the ‘Breaking Bad’ series finale.
The Friends Cast – Pieces of the Sidewalk outside Central Perk
The famed cast didn’t need to worry about sneaking anything off set after their show ended — they were all handed pieces of the famed sidewalk outside of their favorite coffee spot.
Hugh Laurie – Prescription Pads
Laurie’s character Dr. House was famous for popping vicodin like candy, so when ‘House’ ended after eight seasons Laurie took a prescription pad as a souvenir.
Josh Radnor – The Blue French Horn
Both the creators of the show ‘How I Met Your Mother’ thought they’d be walking off with the famed Blue French Horn, but it was actor Josh Radnor who snagged it.
Rose Leslie – Bow and Arrow
Rose Leslie was given Ygritte’s bow and arrow after she wrapped up her arc on ‘Game of Thrones.’ “They replaced the handle on the bow, replacing the grubby Wildling wrap with white leather. On one side of the handle is an emblem of a red rose, on the other was a silver placard that read, ‘Kissed by Fire’ … It was absolutely beautiful.”
Damon Lindelof – The Hatch Door
There are plenty of memorable props from the TV series ‘Lost,’ but none as large or as memorable as the Hatch Door. Executive producer, writer, and co-creator Damon Lindelof walked off with it, and talked about turning it into a coffee table.
Michael C. Hall – Dexter’s Blood Spatter Trophies
After eight seasons of playing serial killer Dexter Morgan, Michael C. Hall couldn’t leave without taking a little bit of Dex with him. That includes a couple of items from Miami Metro—like Dexter’s work badge and some blood spatter images.
Lea Michele – Finn Hudson’s Football Jersey
Actor Cory Monteith was famous for playing high school quarterback Finn Hudson on ‘Glee,’ and also for dating his on-screen leading lady, Lea Michele. Tragically, Monteith passed away in 2013 while he still was shooting Glee. When the show ended in 2015, Michele took Finn’s framed football jersey.
Matthew Weiner – Don Draper’s CLIO Award
‘Mad Men’ creator Matthew Weiner donated a lot of his own possessions for prop use on the show. The Drapers’ chip and dip set, for instance, once belonged to his parents. Weiner took those items back, but also snagged an item from each major character, including Peggy Olson’s tape dispenser and Don Draper’s CLIO award.
David Letterman – A Rubber Sink Stopper
Though ‘The Late Show’ ended in May, Letterman didn’t leave empty-handed. He nabbed a rubber sink stopper from his office, and the chain attached to it. Here’s how he explained it to Oprah on one of his last shows: “When we came over here from NBC, 20-plus years ago, they had refurbished this beautiful theater that we dearly love, and they refurbished the office building that comes with the theater. And they gave me a lovely, what I thought was an enormous office … and I was so excited and so happy, and you looked around and the sink … You know how most sinks will have a device, a lever, a stopper? I got a rubber stopper on a chain. And the chain was too long to fit the sink, so they untied it into multiple knots to fit into the hole in the sink. So the only thing I’m taking is the rubber stopper, and the chain.”
Edie Falco – A Wall Hanging
What did Carmela take when her time on ‘The Sopranos’ was over? Some decor from the family kitchen: A “hideous” wall hanging that included shells and a sea horse.
Jerry Seinfeld – The Apartment Door
The sets of ‘Seinfeld’ were actually reused by writer Larry David, but they needed to replace the door of the apartment, as Jerry walked away with it.
Sarah Jessica Parker – A Menu
You’d think that the actor playing the expensive-taste Carrie Bradshaw in ‘Sex in the City’ would walk away with something from her extensive wardrobe, but actually she took far less than you’d guess. All she grabbed was a menu from the restaurant where Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda regularly met to discuss men, work, and life.