It's 2016 and everyone's got an opinion, especially when it comes to popular television. While some people could argue that Jon Snow is the main character of the HBO series Game of Thrones, others could (correctly) say that it's obviously Tyrion Lannister. But how can you prove your opinions? Scientific studies about television, of course.See, there are people at universities all around the world doing studies about TV shows to prove or disprove what people are usually debating in the comments section of Facebook. Basically, there are scientists out there who want to help you prove who the closest friends on Friends are. So take a look at some of the findings below and vote up which ones you think are the most fun!
Tyrion Is the Main Character on Game of Thrones
The next time you're in a debate with your friends about the true main character on Game of Thrones, feel free to throw this statistical study in their face to prove that it is, of course, none other than Tyrion Lannister. In simple terms, Tyrion is mentioned the most in the series and has the most chapters told from his perspective in the GoT books as well.
Rick Grimes Has Killed 36 People on The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead is undoubtedly one of the bloodiest shows on television, but that's kind of to be expected with zombies. And who's leading the pack in terms of people, not walkers, killed? That would be Rick Grimes with 36.
Joey and Chandler Were the Closest Friends
When a show is called Friends, you basically know what you're getting into before you've even seen the opening credits. It's about a group of friends, right? Sure, the group was technically all friends with each other, but according to one study, Joey and Chandler were the closest friends. The study didn't include Ross and Rachel or Chandler and Monica because they were in relationships with each other, and as we all know, that isn't just being friends.
South Park Holds the Record for Most Swear Words in One Episode
South Park is known for pushing boundaries in terms of making bold statements and fearing no one. Which explains why it still holds the records for most swear words used in a single episode of television. In the first episode of the fifth season, "It Hits the Fan," different variations of "sh*t" are used 162 times!