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1. The first common bond has to do with objects being stolen by bullies. The "Friends" character had a hat stolen and the "Seinfeld" character had an armoire stolen. Who were these characters?
2. The next common bond involved characters that had their faces used in advertisements. The "Seinfeld" character appeared on a billboard that advertised cigarettes. The "Friends" character appeared on several public service posters. Who were these characters?
3. The third common bond involved dating a bald woman. The "Friends" character dated a woman that shaved her head after Rachel told her how she liked her "old look" better. The "Seinfeld" character was set up on a blind date. What were the names of these characters?
4. Another common bond involved incidents that took place at the Pottery Barn. The "Friends" character was kicked out of the Pottery Barn for climbing under the sheets. The "Seinfeld" character had received several mailings and was tired of all the junk mail. Who were these troublemakers?
5. After the "Friends" gang watched a prom video, they learned that this character had a nose job. Kramer told this "Seinfeld" character that she was "pretty enough", but that she just needed a nose job. What were the characters' names that had nose jobs?
6. There were at least two characters that initiated leering through binoculars. The "Seinfeld" character leered at women while they waited at a bus stop. The "Friends" character leered at a famous political figure. What were the names of these voyeurs?
7. This common bond involved two characters that received bad haircuts. The "Friends" character got a bad haircut from Phoebe. The "Seinfeld" character received a bad haircut from Uncle Enzo. Who were these victims of a bad haircut?
8. Another common bond involved characters that played with G.I. Joe. This "Seinfeld" character had always wanted a G.I. Joe, but had to settle for an "Army Pete" growing up. This "Friends" character played with a G.I. Joe to entertain his son. Who were these "doll" players?
9. The common bond between these two characters was having a mysterious skin condition. The "Seinfeld" character stated "God would never let me be successful. He'd kill me first. He'd never let me be happy." The "Friends" character stated "It's not visually accessible to me, and I was hoping maybe you guys could help me out". Who were these characters?
10. The common bond between these characters was that they took pledges for PBS. The "Seinfeld" character talked Nana into donating $1,500. The "Friends" character wanted to get more public exposure. Who were these misguided souls?
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