"South Park," "You Have Zero Friends": Fed up with Facebook friend requests, Stan tries to delete himself from the social network -- and is transported to the terrifying virtual world of Facebook.
"Don Jon": After meeting but failing to hook up with Scarlett Johansson's Barbara character, Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Jon tracks her down on Facebook. And the rest is kinky, porn-drenched movie history.
"The Simpsons," "Loan-a-Lisa": During Mark Zuckerberg's cameo on the long-running animated series, Nelson meets the Facebook founder and becomes convinced he can become a success by dropping out of school. Maybe he could have started an internet company called Ha-ha-hoo.
"The Social Network." Duh; the whole thing's a Facebook ,moment.
"Hot in Cleveland," "Lost Loves": The ladies go on a hunt for their former beaus via Facebook, with hilarious results.
"The Big Bang Theory," "The White Asparagus Triangulation": Eager to keep Leonard together with his girlfriend Stephanie, Sheldon hacks Leonard's Facebook account to change his status to "in a relationship."
"Girls," "Weirdos Need Girlfriends Too": Marnie begins to come to grips with the fact that she and Charlie are through while perusing photos of him and his new girl on his Facebook page. And thus another sniff-worthy "Girls" moment is born.
"Two and a Half Men," "One Nut Johnson": Weary of women who only want to date him for his wealth, Walden sets up a fake Facebook account, posing as a pathetic schlub whose life bears a striking resemblance to that of his housemate Alan.