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22nd Jun '17 11:30:25 AM MrItty
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** In-Universe, the general shop on the street is still named "Hooper's Store", several decades (and three owners) after Mr. Hooper died.
11th Jun '17 1:34:47 PM nombretomado
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* ''Las Noches del Futbol'' from the Monterrey, Mexico-based Multimedios sounds like a [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball soccer]] fan's dream show (the show's title translates to "Football Nights"), but since its premiere during the 2006 WorldCup it slowly and eventually ditched all of the soccer discussion and subjects and has since become a VarietyShow hosted by Ernesto Chavana with singing, dancing, a regular segment dealing with the paranormal, and even a ShowWithinAShow RealityShow invoving the family of regular guest/luchador/rap artist Konan Big. The only talk about soccer was limited to the network's sports division cutting in with generic Monday morning training session video from Monterrey and Tigres during sports reports. Eventually Multimedios finally realized the title was a confusing artifact, and in October 2016 moved the title to a new Saturday night show with an actual focus on soccer, while the original show with Ernesto Chavana became ''Es Show'' (though the '''new''' show also devolved rather quickly into a skit show due to ratings issues).

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* ''Las Noches del Futbol'' from the Monterrey, Mexico-based Multimedios sounds like a [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball soccer]] fan's dream show (the show's title translates to "Football Nights"), but since its premiere during the 2006 WorldCup [[UsefulNotes/TheWorldCup World Cup]] it slowly and eventually ditched all of the soccer discussion and subjects and has since become a VarietyShow hosted by Ernesto Chavana with singing, dancing, a regular segment dealing with the paranormal, and even a ShowWithinAShow RealityShow invoving the family of regular guest/luchador/rap artist Konan Big. The only talk about soccer was limited to the network's sports division cutting in with generic Monday morning training session video from Monterrey and Tigres during sports reports. Eventually Multimedios finally realized the title was a confusing artifact, and in October 2016 moved the title to a new Saturday night show with an actual focus on soccer, while the original show with Ernesto Chavana became ''Es Show'' (though the '''new''' show also devolved rather quickly into a skit show due to ratings issues).
2nd Jun '17 1:43:00 PM cdrood
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* [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the finale to ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' where Ted's kids point out that their mother was barely in the story and it was more about [[spoiler: his relationship with and feelings for Robin]].
31st May '17 10:15:13 PM lizaphile
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** Another example comes from one of ESPN2's talk shows, ''Series/NumbersNeverLie''; originally debuting as a panel show with an emphasis on stats and analytics, ESPN then felt that the subject matter was too advanced for most viewers, so it got dumbed down into a vaguely number-themed panel show. Even host Michael Smith felt that the title didn't really fit anymore; ESPN has since corrected this, having re-named it ''His & Hers'' (named after Smith and co-host Jalen Rose's podcast of the same name).

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** Another example comes from one of ESPN2's talk shows, ''Series/NumbersNeverLie''; originally debuting as a panel show with an emphasis on stats and analytics, ESPN then felt that the subject matter was too advanced for most viewers, so it got dumbed down into a vaguely number-themed panel show. Even host Michael Smith felt that the title didn't really fit anymore; ESPN has since eventually corrected this, having re-named it ''His & Hers'' (named after Smith and co-host Jalen Rose's podcast of the same name).



* ''Las Noches del Futbol'' from the Monterrey, Mexico-based Multimedios sounds like a [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball soccer]] fan's dream show (the show's title translates to "Football Nights"), but since its premiere during the 2005 WorldCup it slowly and eventually ditched all of the soccer discussion and subjects and has since become a VarietyShow hosted by Ernesto Chavana with singing, dancing, a regular segment dealing with the paranormal, and even a ShowWithinAShow RealityShow invoving the family of regular guest/luchador/rap artist Konan Big. The only talk about soccer was limited to the network's sports division cutting in with generic Monday morning training session video from Monterrey and Tigres during sports reports. Eventually Multimedios finally realized the title was a confusing artifact, and in October 2016 moved the title to a new Saturday night show with an actual focus on soccer, while the original show with Ernesto Chavana became ''Es Show''.

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* ''Las Noches del Futbol'' from the Monterrey, Mexico-based Multimedios sounds like a [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball soccer]] fan's dream show (the show's title translates to "Football Nights"), but since its premiere during the 2005 2006 WorldCup it slowly and eventually ditched all of the soccer discussion and subjects and has since become a VarietyShow hosted by Ernesto Chavana with singing, dancing, a regular segment dealing with the paranormal, and even a ShowWithinAShow RealityShow invoving the family of regular guest/luchador/rap artist Konan Big. The only talk about soccer was limited to the network's sports division cutting in with generic Monday morning training session video from Monterrey and Tigres during sports reports. Eventually Multimedios finally realized the title was a confusing artifact, and in October 2016 moved the title to a new Saturday night show with an actual focus on soccer, while the original show with Ernesto Chavana became ''Es Show''.Show'' (though the '''new''' show also devolved rather quickly into a skit show due to ratings issues).
31st May '17 10:07:42 PM lizaphile
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** And HBO stands for "Home Box Office" and its entire purpose was to be a pay-cable channel that aired theatrical films with no edits or cuts, no bleeping of profanity or censoring the nudity. Often the movies being shown could not have been shown on broadcast television simply because they were too new, and had only recently been released on video. There was always some original content (mostly talk shows and comedy programs that aired between the films). Nowadays HBO rarely promotes the theatrical films it gets unless they're blow-away blockbusters (they still take up most of HBO's time, but the days of viewers subscribing '''only''' because of their film libraries have longpassed), and their streaming services mainly promote their original content, from talk shows, HBO-produced films and comedy specials to sitcoms and hour-long dramas.

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** And HBO stands for "Home Box Office" and its entire purpose was to be a pay-cable channel that aired theatrical films with no edits or cuts, no bleeping of profanity or censoring the nudity. Often the movies being shown could not have been shown on broadcast television simply because they were too new, and had only recently been released on video. There was always some original content (mostly talk shows and comedy programs that aired between the films). Nowadays HBO rarely promotes the theatrical films it gets unless they're blow-away blockbusters (they still take up most of HBO's time, but the days of viewers subscribing '''only''' because of their film libraries have longpassed), long passed), and their streaming services mainly promote their original content, from talk shows, HBO-produced films and comedy specials to sitcoms and hour-long dramas.
31st May '17 10:07:16 PM lizaphile
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** And HBO stands for "Home Box Office" and its entire purpose was to be a pay-cable channel that aired theatrical films with no edits or cuts, no bleeping of profanity or censoring the nudity. Often the movies being shown could not have been shown on broadcast television simply because they were too new, and had only recently been released on video. There was always some original content (mostly talk shows and comedy programs that aired between the films). Nowadays it's pretty rare for HBO to air a theatrical film at all, and when it does, it's mostly older ones. 95% of their programming is original content, from talk shows and comedy specials to sitcoms and hour-long dramas.
** G4 isn't gaming related anymore, aside from covering E3 each year and Series/XPlay.

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** And HBO stands for "Home Box Office" and its entire purpose was to be a pay-cable channel that aired theatrical films with no edits or cuts, no bleeping of profanity or censoring the nudity. Often the movies being shown could not have been shown on broadcast television simply because they were too new, and had only recently been released on video. There was always some original content (mostly talk shows and comedy programs that aired between the films). Nowadays it's pretty rare for HBO to air a rarely promotes the theatrical film at all, and when films it does, it's mostly older ones. 95% gets unless they're blow-away blockbusters (they still take up most of HBO's time, but the days of viewers subscribing '''only''' because of their programming is film libraries have longpassed), and their streaming services mainly promote their original content, from talk shows shows, HBO-produced films and comedy specials to sitcoms and hour-long dramas.
** G4 isn't gaming related anymore, aside from covering E3 each year and Series/XPlay.
dramas.
21st May '17 9:59:40 AM nombretomado
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** Likewise, its subsidiary VH1, which once stood for '''V'''ideo '''H'''its 1, started focusing more on reality tv by the mid-2000's.

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** Likewise, its subsidiary VH1, Creator/VH1, which once stood for '''V'''ideo '''H'''its 1, started focusing more on reality tv by the mid-2000's.
17th May '17 11:33:19 PM NewMexico
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** As of 2015, [[PromotedFanboy Australia is a proper competitor.]]

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** As of 2015, [[PromotedFanboy Australia is a proper competitor.]]]] In 2016, they almost won the bloody thing. It wouldn't have been held in Oz, though.
13th May '17 3:23:49 PM nombretomado
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** The channel {{MTV}} (Music Television) [[MemeticMutation hardly ever plays music these days]]. In fact the initials "MTV" now no longer stand for anything.

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** The channel {{MTV}} Creator/{{MTV}} (Music Television) [[MemeticMutation hardly ever plays music these days]]. In fact the initials "MTV" now no longer stand for anything.
9th May '17 7:04:43 AM jmparker78
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** And HBO stands for "Home Box Office" and its entire purpose was to be a pay-cable channel that aired theatrical films with no edits or cuts, no bleeping of profanity or censoring the nudity. Often the movies being shown could not have been shown on broadcast television simply because they were too new, and had only recently been released on video. There was always some original content (mostly talk shows and comedy programs that aired between the films). Nowadays it's pretty rare for HBO to air a theatrical film at all, and when it does, it's mostly older ones. 95% of their programming is original content, from talk shows and comedy specials to sitcoms and hour-long dramas.
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