History ButForMeItWasTuesday / LiveActionTV

19th Aug '17 7:43:06 AM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/ToddAndTheBookOfPureEvil'' has a heroic example: one episode opens with Todd and the gang [[InMediaRes in the middle]] of dealing with another [[TomeOfEldritchLore Book]]-related situation. In the process, they completely trash the AV Club's equipment, causing the club's leader to swear revenge, using the Book to edit reality around Todd like a movie, making it look like he's going evil. When Curtis and Hannah figure out what's going on, they confront the club leader, who is shocked to realize that neither of them remember him or the situation in question.

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* ''Series/ToddAndTheBookOfPureEvil'' has a heroic example: one episode opens with Todd and the gang [[InMediaRes [[InMediasRes in the middle]] of dealing with another [[TomeOfEldritchLore Book]]-related situation. In the process, they completely trash the AV Club's equipment, causing the club's leader to swear revenge, using the Book to edit reality around Todd like a movie, making it look like he's going evil. When Curtis and Hannah figure out what's going on, they confront the club leader, who is shocked to realize that neither of them remember him or the situation in question.
19th Aug '17 7:42:26 AM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/ToddAndTheBookOfPureEvil'' has a heroic example: one episode opens with Todd and the gang [[InMediaRes in the middle]] of dealing with another [[TomeOfEldritchLore Book]]-related situation. In the process, they completely trash the AV Club's equipment, causing the club's leader to swear revenge, using the Book to edit reality around Todd like a movie, making it look like he's going evil. When Curtis and Hannah figure out what's going on, they confront the club leader, who is shocked to realize that neither of them remember him or the situation in question.
16th Jun '17 7:57:18 AM luiz4200
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* ''Series/PowerRangersMegaforce'': In "Stranger Ranger", the civilian pretending to be a ranger describes an epic battle and asks his audience what he usually calls the days he fights battles like that. He calls them tuesdays.
19th May '17 1:44:06 PM Linda58
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** Bonus points for the fact that Coulson was on the mission in question with Melinda May, who is portrayed by Creator/MingNaWen, the recipient of the original ButForMeItWasTuesday - and she was the one who beat up all the Mooks and allowed Coulson to get away with the object in question.

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** Bonus points for the fact that Coulson was on the mission in question with Melinda May, who is portrayed by Creator/MingNaWen, the recipient of the original ButForMeItWasTuesday - and she was the one who beat up all the Mooks and allowed Coulson to get away with the object in question. And when May herself meets the man in question in the present, she has no idea who he is either. It was Tuesday for her too.
19th May '17 12:25:13 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** Occurs to Ashildr, aka Me, an immortal girl with [[JustifiedTrope a normal sized memory]].

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** Occurs to Ashildr, aka Me, an immortal girl with [[JustifiedTrope [[FogOfAges a normal mortal sized memory]].
11th May '17 11:44:20 AM MikeW
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** Hook aids David when the latter is trying to find out who killed his father long ago, hearing the tale of where and how the man vanished. But it's not until he sees a drawing of the man in a book that Hook realizes ''he'' killed David's father during his pirate days.
8th May '17 7:38:34 AM USABobcat
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** It turns out that Teal'c killed the man's father so that Apophis wouldn't wipe out the tribe. The tribe runs and hides when the Goa'uld come, but are slowed down because they take care to help the slower members--the elderly, the crippled, etc.--escape as well. When Apophis ordered Teal'c to execute one, he chose to kill the elderly, one-legged gentlemen, because his death would make it easier for the rest to run away and hide next time. While Teal'c knows he killed the crippled man to allow the rest of the tribe to escape, Apophis thought Teal'c did it ForTheEvulz, was satisfied, and didn't order any more killings. When you see the flashback in its entirety, the man is quite clearly signaling Teal'c to kill him. Teal'c did that kind of thing quite often in a mostly unsuccessful attempt to moderate his master's evil (as Bra'tac did before him), before being convinced that an open rebellion against the Goa'uld could succeed. Hence his inability to remember this specific instance.

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** It turns out that Teal'c killed the man's father so that Apophis wouldn't wipe out the tribe. The tribe runs and hides when the Goa'uld come, but are slowed down because they take care to help the slower members--the elderly, the crippled, etc.--escape as well. When Apophis ordered Teal'c to execute one, he chose to kill the elderly, one-legged gentlemen, because his death would make it easier for the rest to run away and hide next time. While Teal'c knows he killed the crippled man to allow the rest of the tribe to escape, Apophis thought Teal'c did it ForTheEvulz, ForTheEvulz because the elderly man was loved by so many, was satisfied, and didn't order any more killings. When you see the flashback in its entirety, the man is quite clearly signaling Teal'c to kill him. Teal'c did that kind of thing quite often in a mostly unsuccessful attempt to moderate his master's evil (as Bra'tac did before him), before being convinced that an open rebellion against the Goa'uld could succeed. Hence his inability to remember this specific instance.
23rd Apr '17 4:04:40 PM MikeW
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** In "The Snow Job," Nate uses a list of names as supposedly dead people he uses in cons as part of the scam to take down a family of corrupt developers. When the marks go down, Nate calls up the son who handles the business and asks if he even bothered to read the names on the list...which were all the people the family had ripped off.
** In "The Boiler Room Job," an arrogant con artist thinks he sees through the BigStore scam the team have set up with various people in an office setting. As it turns out, the whole thing is just a distraction for the team stealing the guy's money out from under him and setting him up on fraud charges. As the man is dragged off by the FBI, Nate reveals that all the people present aren't actors but rather the con artist's past victims who he honestly didn't recognize.
13th Apr '17 10:27:29 AM Bissek
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* Heroic example on ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': A villain explains the origin of his vendetta as being one of the Mooks was thwarted by one of Phil Coulson's previous operations. While Coulson does remember the mission itself, he does not remember the details of why he did it nor does he care because for him it was just another day of saving the world.

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* Heroic example on ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': A villain explains the origin of his vendetta as being one of the Mooks was thwarted by who went up against SHIELD in one of Phil Coulson's previous operations. While Coulson does remember the mission itself, he does not remember the details of why he did it nor does he care because for him it was just another day of saving the world.
13th Apr '17 10:26:44 AM Bissek
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* Heroic example on ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': A villain explains the origin of his vendetta as being from one of Phil Coulson's previous operations. While Coulson does remember the mission itself, he does not remember the details of why he did it nor does he care because for him it was just another day of saving the world.

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* Heroic example on ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': A villain explains the origin of his vendetta as being from one of the Mooks was thwarted by one of Phil Coulson's previous operations. While Coulson does remember the mission itself, he does not remember the details of why he did it nor does he care because for him it was just another day of saving the world.



** Bonus points for the fact that Coulson was on the mission in question with Melinda May, who is portrayed by Creator/MingNaWen, the recipient of the original ButForMeItWasTuesday.

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** Bonus points for the fact that Coulson was on the mission in question with Melinda May, who is portrayed by Creator/MingNaWen, the recipient of the original ButForMeItWasTuesday.ButForMeItWasTuesday - and she was the one who beat up all the Mooks and allowed Coulson to get away with the object in question.
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