This is discussion archived from a time before the current discussion method was installed.
: Hey! I liked "Your hair... it's so... flippy!" and "This breeze is very refreshing." >,>
: Removed Asatte no Houkou.
Its premise is, at best, a distant cousin to this plot: two characters are changed to approximately each others' ages. Be Careful What You Wish For
, arguably Swapped Roles
, but none of the trappings specific to Freaky Friday
((Were Josh Peck Prince
)): If you could have a Freaky Friday, who would you switch with? I'd go with Jay Leno.
: Took out the line about the daughter talking to herself in her body in the novel Freaky Friday
. She was actually talking to her mother pretending
to be her in that scene, as is revealed at the end of the novel.
: The Red Dwarf
example says Lister-in-Rimmer's-body was voiced by Chris Barrie doing a Liverpudlian accent. That's not how it sounds to me; Barrie does Lister's accent in "Queeg" and it's very good, but this is spot on. And I can maybe believe Charles (who unlike Barrie is not a professional impressionist) can do a perfect Rimmer voice, but clearly the woman-officer's voice is dubbed, so it's likely the rest was as well.
because a) if I see "to be fair" in one more trope page I'm going to have a nervous breakdown; b) I'm pretty sure it's not actually true, and who in the world has seen enough TV/read enough books/watched enough movies to be able to say
whether or not it's true?; c) so what? "This happens a lot" is not an example; "this happens in [show]" is an example.