History BeamMeUpScotty / LiveActionTV

14th Jun '17 7:30:10 AM mimitchi33
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* "Oh no, not the goblins!" was not said OnceAnEpisode on ''Series/TheNoddyShop'', despite most reviews of the show claiming it did happen. The actual line, "Not the goblins!" was only said in one episode, and it was sung by the Singing Lips, who always sing their lines.

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* "Oh no, not the goblins!" was not said OnceAnEpisode on ''Series/TheNoddyShop'', despite most reviews of the show claiming it did happen. The actual line, "Not the goblins!" was only said in one episode, and it was sung by the Singing Lips, Ruby Reds, who always sing their lines.
14th May '17 3:32:37 AM SkaroManiac
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** The changes to the voting system in 2016 meant that that the Czech Republic were given no points in the public vote, this was announced as "zero points" as opposed to "nul points".

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** The changes to the voting system in 2016 meant that that the Czech Republic were given countries with no points in from the public vote, this was announced as vote do get announced. However, the presenters have so far used the term "zero points" as opposed to "nul points".
9th May '17 3:14:50 PM mimitchi33
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* "Oh no, not the goblins!" was not said OnceAnEpisode on ''Series/TheNoddyShop''. The actual line, "Not the goblins!" was only said in one episode, and it was sung by the Singing Lips, who always sing their lines.

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* "Oh no, not the goblins!" was not said OnceAnEpisode on ''Series/TheNoddyShop''.''Series/TheNoddyShop'', despite most reviews of the show claiming it did happen. The actual line, "Not the goblins!" was only said in one episode, and it was sung by the Singing Lips, who always sing their lines.
9th May '17 3:14:26 PM mimitchi33
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* "Oh no, not the goblins!" was not said OnceAnEpisode on ''Series/TheNoddyShop''. In the actual show, it was only said in the first episode by the Singing Lips, and even then it was "Not the goblins!".

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* "Oh no, not the goblins!" was not said OnceAnEpisode on ''Series/TheNoddyShop''. In the The actual show, it line, "Not the goblins!" was only said in the first episode one episode, and it was sung by the Singing Lips, and even then it was "Not the goblins!".who always sing their lines.
9th May '17 3:13:24 PM mimitchi33
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* "Oh no, not the goblins!" was not said OnceAnEpisode on ''Series/TheNoddyShop''. In the actual show, it was only said in the first episode-and was actually sung, not spoken, by the Singing Lips.

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* "Oh no, not the goblins!" was not said OnceAnEpisode on ''Series/TheNoddyShop''. In the actual show, it was only said in the first episode-and was actually sung, not spoken, episode by the Singing Lips.Lips, and even then it was "Not the goblins!".
9th May '17 3:11:45 PM mimitchi33
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* "Oh no, not the goblins!" was not said OnceAnEpisode on ''Series/TheNoddyShop''. In the actual show, it was only said in the first episode-and was actually sung, not spoken, by the Singing Lips.
18th Apr '17 3:09:15 AM Ereiam
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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.[[note]]He, however, tells Jesse "Clear your social calendar. We have to cook" in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]

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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.[[note]]He, however, tells Jesse "Clear to "clear your social calendar. We have to cook" in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]
18th Apr '17 3:07:32 AM Ereiam
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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.[[note]]He, however, tells him "Clear your social calendar. We have to cook." in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]

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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.[[note]]He, however, tells him Jesse "Clear your social calendar. We have to cook." cook" in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]
18th Apr '17 3:05:51 AM Ereiam
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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it.

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** "Jesse, we have to cook!" perhaps the phrase even more associated with ''Series/BreakingBad'' than the above two, but Walt never says it. [[note]]He, however, tells him "Clear your social calendar. We have to cook." in the episode "Four Days Out".[[/note]]
16th Apr '17 8:00:58 PM PhantomRider
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** Another ''Franchise/StarTrek'' example: The Borg are oft quoted as saying "Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated." While they arrange those sentences in any number of ways in their various appearances (sometimes in the midst of a full paragraph or two), they never use that one. The closest they come is in the ''Next Generation'' episode "I, Borg", where the Borg, "Hugh", says, "We are Borg. You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile." Ironically, the story treatment for the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' premiere calls the Borg's line "immortal words," even though the construction they used had yet to be spoken in any form of Franchise/StarTrek.

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** Another ''Franchise/StarTrek'' example: The Borg are oft quoted as saying "Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated." While they arrange those sentences in any number of ways in their various appearances (sometimes in the midst of a full paragraph or two), they never use that one. The closest they come is in the ''Next Generation'' episode "I, Borg", where the Borg, "Hugh", says, "We are Borg. You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile." Make it "we are ''the'' Borg" and you have an oft-heard standard Borg greeting, but it's ''always'' in that order. Ironically, the story treatment for the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' premiere calls the Borg's line "immortal words," even though the construction they used had yet to be spoken in any form of Franchise/StarTrek.



*** The original timeline's Bones may never have said "dammit", but it became an AscendedMeme in the [[Film/StarTrek 2009 movie]]. And even then, he only said "Dammit, ''man''" - he wasn't talking to Kirk.

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*** The original timeline's Bones may never have said "dammit", but it became an AscendedMeme in the [[Film/StarTrek 2009 movie]]. And even then, he only said AlternateTimeline new movie series - at least the ObligatorySwearing. The ''full'' phrase never comes, as in ''Film/StarTrek'' and ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness,'' it's "Dammit, ''man''" - ''man''" as he wasn't talking to Kirk.Kirk, and in ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'' he gets us the closest we've ever gotten, as it's "Dammit, Jim, I'm a doctor, not a-" but then he's beamed away before we can find out what he ''isn't'' on this occasion.
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