It should be obvious that TV characters live in a fictional world, unbound by real-life constrictions like mortgage rates, market flow, and gainful employment. Have you ever noticed how TV characters somehow have time to eat long, eventful breakfasts with their friends, like, every morning? I barely have time to shower in the morning, let alone become involved in a heated, comical debate about calling a girl within three days of meeting her.
So it should come as no surprise that market valuations of various fictional businesses are all over the place, from bottom-of-the-barrel lows to daunting highs that no barista could handle. We've seen this with apartments and homes before, and now Bizdaq, the UK's number one business for sale marketplace (what?), has put valuations on some of the most beloved fictional businesses in TV lore. Here are a few of their findings, along with the rationale behind their valuations.