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19th Mar '16 8:17:51 PM bkitu
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* GeorgeCarlin, in spades. His early stuff was pretty straightforward comedy bits and characters, such as "Baseball vs. Football" and "Hippy-Dippy Weather Man." Then moved on to a bit more satire and slice of life, such as "Seven Dirty Words" and "Stuff." After that, he put the pedal to the metal, and the general tone of his set was "You have no rights; you have owners." "You have no choice; you have the ''illusion'' of choice." "Fuck hope."

16th Jan '16 8:34:03 AM Doug86
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* The year 2006 was, for the most part, a lighthearted year for WWE. Except for some lingering angst over Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's untimely death, there were plenty of comic gimmicks (The Boogeyman, Hornswoggle, Vito wearing a dress) and even screwball storylines with D-Generation X reuniting to fight the villainous cheerleaders in the Spirit Squad, other funny heels such as "Mr. Kennedy", and the parodic "Rated-RKO" stable of {{Edge}} and RandyOrton. Also, this was before Maria Kanellis had shed her [[TheBrainlessBeauty "bimbo" personality]]. All these comedic elements were even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Wrestling/JohnCena in a backstage segment with Kanellis. Then, as 2006 closed out and gave way to 2007, things started getting ''really'' serious. The Spirit Squad was disbanded; Rated-RKO beat RicFlair to a bloody pulp; TripleH was badly injured and dropped out of sight; ShawnMichaels went solo and began displaying more heelish characteristics; and Orton left Rated-RKO and began his transition into the sociopathic "Viper", randomly attacking Legends in almost stalker fashion and then beginning a vendetta against Cena that culminated in kicking Cena's father in the head. Things got still darker in 2008, with ChrisJericho returning as a DarkMessiah who eventually turned completely heel; Ric Flair being retired by Shawn Michaels, who was then attacked by both Jericho and an almost heel {{Batista}} for it (with Batista all but murdering Michaels in an Extreme Rules Match during which he said he hated Michaels and he was not sorry for what he was doing to him); {{Kane}} becoming a psychotic heel again after several years of being a face; Edge being put in an angle with TheUndertaker as punishment for betraying VickieGuerrero on what would have been their wedding day and [[SanitySlippage slowly becoming unglued]] before temporarily being sent to Hell; and JeffHardy becoming a much darker character in creepy corpse paint and being stalked by a mysterious assailant (who in 2009 would turn out to be [[spoiler: his brother, Matt]]).

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* The year 2006 was, for the most part, a lighthearted year for WWE. Except for some lingering angst over Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's untimely death, there were plenty of comic gimmicks (The Boogeyman, Hornswoggle, Vito wearing a dress) and even screwball storylines with D-Generation X reuniting to fight the villainous cheerleaders in the Spirit Squad, other funny heels such as "Mr. Kennedy", and the parodic "Rated-RKO" stable of {{Edge}} and RandyOrton. Also, this was before Maria Kanellis had shed her [[TheBrainlessBeauty "bimbo" personality]]. All these comedic elements were even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Wrestling/JohnCena in a backstage segment with Kanellis. Then, as 2006 closed out and gave way to 2007, things started getting ''really'' serious. The Spirit Squad was disbanded; Rated-RKO beat RicFlair to a bloody pulp; TripleH was badly injured and dropped out of sight; ShawnMichaels went solo and began displaying more heelish characteristics; and Orton left Rated-RKO and began his transition into the sociopathic "Viper", randomly attacking Legends in almost stalker fashion and then beginning a vendetta against Cena that culminated in kicking Cena's father in the head. Things got still darker in 2008, with ChrisJericho returning as a DarkMessiah who eventually turned completely heel; Ric Flair being retired by Shawn Michaels, who was then attacked by both Jericho and an almost heel {{Batista}} for it (with Batista all but murdering Michaels in an Extreme Rules Match during which he said he hated Michaels and he was not sorry for what he was doing to him); {{Kane}} Wrestling/{{Kane}} becoming a psychotic heel again after several years of being a face; Edge being put in an angle with TheUndertaker as punishment for betraying VickieGuerrero on what would have been their wedding day and [[SanitySlippage slowly becoming unglued]] before temporarily being sent to Hell; and JeffHardy becoming a much darker character in creepy corpse paint and being stalked by a mysterious assailant (who in 2009 would turn out to be [[spoiler: his brother, Matt]]).
22nd Nov '15 12:48:14 PM Korodzik
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* ''Roleplay/TheMassiveMultiFandomRPG'''s Season One began as a silly free-form game with various characters from all over the multiverse hanging out in the strange City and interacting with each other, other with humorous results, amplified by the off-the-wall "curses" happening every day. Then increasingly deadly villains started popping up, and the tone became increasingly serious. The subsequent seasons had the plot and settings getting increasingly convoluted and dark.
30th Oct '15 6:17:50 PM nombretomado
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* The year 2006 was, for the most part, a lighthearted year for WWE. Except for some lingering angst over EddieGuerrero's untimely death, there were plenty of comic gimmicks (The Boogeyman, Hornswoggle, Vito wearing a dress) and even screwball storylines with D-Generation X reuniting to fight the villainous cheerleaders in the Spirit Squad, other funny heels such as "Mr. Kennedy", and the parodic "Rated-RKO" stable of {{Edge}} and RandyOrton. Also, this was before Maria Kanellis had shed her [[TheBrainlessBeauty "bimbo" personality]]. All these comedic elements were even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by JohnCena in a backstage segment with Kanellis. Then, as 2006 closed out and gave way to 2007, things started getting ''really'' serious. The Spirit Squad was disbanded; Rated-RKO beat RicFlair to a bloody pulp; TripleH was badly injured and dropped out of sight; ShawnMichaels went solo and began displaying more heelish characteristics; and Orton left Rated-RKO and began his transition into the sociopathic "Viper", randomly attacking Legends in almost stalker fashion and then beginning a vendetta against Cena that culminated in kicking Cena's father in the head. Things got still darker in 2008, with ChrisJericho returning as a DarkMessiah who eventually turned completely heel; Ric Flair being retired by Shawn Michaels, who was then attacked by both Jericho and an almost heel {{Batista}} for it (with Batista all but murdering Michaels in an Extreme Rules Match during which he said he hated Michaels and he was not sorry for what he was doing to him); {{Kane}} becoming a psychotic heel again after several years of being a face; Edge being put in an angle with TheUndertaker as punishment for betraying VickieGuerrero on what would have been their wedding day and [[SanitySlippage slowly becoming unglued]] before temporarily being sent to Hell; and JeffHardy becoming a much darker character in creepy corpse paint and being stalked by a mysterious assailant (who in 2009 would turn out to be [[spoiler: his brother, Matt]]).

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* The year 2006 was, for the most part, a lighthearted year for WWE. Except for some lingering angst over EddieGuerrero's Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's untimely death, there were plenty of comic gimmicks (The Boogeyman, Hornswoggle, Vito wearing a dress) and even screwball storylines with D-Generation X reuniting to fight the villainous cheerleaders in the Spirit Squad, other funny heels such as "Mr. Kennedy", and the parodic "Rated-RKO" stable of {{Edge}} and RandyOrton. Also, this was before Maria Kanellis had shed her [[TheBrainlessBeauty "bimbo" personality]]. All these comedic elements were even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by JohnCena Wrestling/JohnCena in a backstage segment with Kanellis. Then, as 2006 closed out and gave way to 2007, things started getting ''really'' serious. The Spirit Squad was disbanded; Rated-RKO beat RicFlair to a bloody pulp; TripleH was badly injured and dropped out of sight; ShawnMichaels went solo and began displaying more heelish characteristics; and Orton left Rated-RKO and began his transition into the sociopathic "Viper", randomly attacking Legends in almost stalker fashion and then beginning a vendetta against Cena that culminated in kicking Cena's father in the head. Things got still darker in 2008, with ChrisJericho returning as a DarkMessiah who eventually turned completely heel; Ric Flair being retired by Shawn Michaels, who was then attacked by both Jericho and an almost heel {{Batista}} for it (with Batista all but murdering Michaels in an Extreme Rules Match during which he said he hated Michaels and he was not sorry for what he was doing to him); {{Kane}} becoming a psychotic heel again after several years of being a face; Edge being put in an angle with TheUndertaker as punishment for betraying VickieGuerrero on what would have been their wedding day and [[SanitySlippage slowly becoming unglued]] before temporarily being sent to Hell; and JeffHardy becoming a much darker character in creepy corpse paint and being stalked by a mysterious assailant (who in 2009 would turn out to be [[spoiler: his brother, Matt]]).
7th Sep '15 6:54:14 PM nombretomado
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* ''NextToNormal'' is all fun and jokes for most of the first act, until [[spoiler:Gabe is revealed to be dead]]. It only deteriorates more in the second act.

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* ''NextToNormal'' ''Theatre/NextToNormal'' is all fun and jokes for most of the first act, until [[spoiler:Gabe is revealed to be dead]]. It only deteriorates more in the second act.
29th Jul '15 6:11:20 PM superrexbrothers
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* ''Roleplay/RockPaperAnything'' downplays, then subverts this. The game started from silly to having a small subplot, but then a ResetButton is used, and the universe shenanigans is completely ignored thereafter.
1st Jul '15 12:55:50 PM 10-13-2
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* The year 2006 was, for the most part, a lighthearted year for WWE. Except for some lingering angst over EddieGuerrero's untimely death, there were plenty of comic gimmicks (The Boogeyman, Hornswoggle, Vito wearing a dress) and even screwball storylines with D-Generation X reuniting to fight the villainous cheerleaders in the Spirit Squad, other funny heels such as [[MrAnderson Mr. Kennedy]], and the parodic "Rated-RKO" stable of {{Edge}} and RandyOrton. Also, this was before Maria Kanellis had shed her [[TheBrainlessBeauty "bimbo" personality]]. All these comedic elements were even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by JohnCena in a backstage segment with Kanellis. Then, as 2006 closed out and gave way to 2007, things started getting ''really'' serious. The Spirit Squad was disbanded, Rated-RKO beat RicFlair to a bloody pulp, TripleH was badly injured and dropped out of sight, ShawnMichaels went solo and began displaying more heelish characteristics, and Orton left Rated-RKO and began his transition into the sociopathic "Viper", randomly attacking Legends in almost stalker fashion and then beginning a vendetta against Cena that culminated in kicking Cena's father in the head. Things got still darker in 2008, with ChrisJericho returning as a DarkMessiah who eventually turned completely heel, Ric Flair being retired by Shawn Michaels and attacked by both Jericho and {{Batista}} for it, {{Kane}} becoming a psychotic heel again after several years of being a face, Edge being put in an angle with TheUndertaker as punishment for betraying VickieGuerrero on what would have been their wedding day and [[SanitySlippage slowly becoming unglued]] before temporarily being sent to Hell, and JeffHardy becoming a much darker character in creepy corpse paint and being stalked by a mysterious assailant (who in 2009 would turn out to be [[spoiler: his brother, Matt]].

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* The year 2006 was, for the most part, a lighthearted year for WWE. Except for some lingering angst over EddieGuerrero's untimely death, there were plenty of comic gimmicks (The Boogeyman, Hornswoggle, Vito wearing a dress) and even screwball storylines with D-Generation X reuniting to fight the villainous cheerleaders in the Spirit Squad, other funny heels such as [[MrAnderson Mr. Kennedy]], "Mr. Kennedy", and the parodic "Rated-RKO" stable of {{Edge}} and RandyOrton. Also, this was before Maria Kanellis had shed her [[TheBrainlessBeauty "bimbo" personality]]. All these comedic elements were even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by JohnCena in a backstage segment with Kanellis. Then, as 2006 closed out and gave way to 2007, things started getting ''really'' serious. The Spirit Squad was disbanded, disbanded; Rated-RKO beat RicFlair to a bloody pulp, pulp; TripleH was badly injured and dropped out of sight, sight; ShawnMichaels went solo and began displaying more heelish characteristics, characteristics; and Orton left Rated-RKO and began his transition into the sociopathic "Viper", randomly attacking Legends in almost stalker fashion and then beginning a vendetta against Cena that culminated in kicking Cena's father in the head. Things got still darker in 2008, with ChrisJericho returning as a DarkMessiah who eventually turned completely heel, heel; Ric Flair being retired by Shawn Michaels and Michaels, who was then attacked by both Jericho and an almost heel {{Batista}} for it, it (with Batista all but murdering Michaels in an Extreme Rules Match during which he said he hated Michaels and he was not sorry for what he was doing to him); {{Kane}} becoming a psychotic heel again after several years of being a face, face; Edge being put in an angle with TheUndertaker as punishment for betraying VickieGuerrero on what would have been their wedding day and [[SanitySlippage slowly becoming unglued]] before temporarily being sent to Hell, Hell; and JeffHardy becoming a much darker character in creepy corpse paint and being stalked by a mysterious assailant (who in 2009 would turn out to be [[spoiler: his brother, Matt]].Matt]]).
1st Jul '15 12:51:02 PM 10-13-2
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* The year 2006 was, for the most part, a lighthearted year for WWE. Except for some lingering angst over EddieGuerrero's untimely death, there were plenty of comic gimmicks (The Boogeyman, Hornswoggle, Vito wearing a dress) and even screwball storylines with D-Generation X reuniting to fight the villainous cheerleaders in the Spirit Squad, other funny heels such as [[KenAnderson Mr. Kennedy]], and the parodic "Rated-RKO" stable of {{Edge}} and RandyOrton. Also, this was before MariaKanellis had shed her [[TheBrainlessBeauty "bimbo" personality]]. All these comedic elements were even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by JohnCena in a backstage segment with Kanellis. Then, as 2006 closed out and gave way to 2007, things started getting ''really'' serious. The Spirit Squad was disbanded, Rated-RKO beat RicFlair to a bloody pulp, TripleH was badly injured and dropped out of sight, ShawnMichaels went solo and began displaying more heelish characteristics, and Orton left Rated-RKO and began his transition into the sociopathic "Viper", randomly attacking Legends in almost stalker fashion and then beginning a vendetta against Cena that culminated in kicking Cena's father in the head. Things got still darker in 2008, with ChrisJericho returning as a DarkMessiah who eventually turned completely heel, Ric Flair being retired by Shawn Michaels and attacked by both Jericho and {{Batista}} for it, {{Kane}} becoming a psychotic heel again after several years of being a face, Edge being put in an angle with TheUndertaker as punishment for betraying VickieGuerrero on what would have been their wedding day and [[SanitySlippage slowly becoming unglued]] before temporarily being sent to Hell, and JeffHardy becoming a much darker character in creepy corpse paint and being stalked by a mysterious assailant (who in 2009 would turn out to be [[spoiler: his brother, Matt]].

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* The year 2006 was, for the most part, a lighthearted year for WWE. Except for some lingering angst over EddieGuerrero's untimely death, there were plenty of comic gimmicks (The Boogeyman, Hornswoggle, Vito wearing a dress) and even screwball storylines with D-Generation X reuniting to fight the villainous cheerleaders in the Spirit Squad, other funny heels such as [[KenAnderson [[MrAnderson Mr. Kennedy]], and the parodic "Rated-RKO" stable of {{Edge}} and RandyOrton. Also, this was before MariaKanellis Maria Kanellis had shed her [[TheBrainlessBeauty "bimbo" personality]]. All these comedic elements were even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by JohnCena in a backstage segment with Kanellis. Then, as 2006 closed out and gave way to 2007, things started getting ''really'' serious. The Spirit Squad was disbanded, Rated-RKO beat RicFlair to a bloody pulp, TripleH was badly injured and dropped out of sight, ShawnMichaels went solo and began displaying more heelish characteristics, and Orton left Rated-RKO and began his transition into the sociopathic "Viper", randomly attacking Legends in almost stalker fashion and then beginning a vendetta against Cena that culminated in kicking Cena's father in the head. Things got still darker in 2008, with ChrisJericho returning as a DarkMessiah who eventually turned completely heel, Ric Flair being retired by Shawn Michaels and attacked by both Jericho and {{Batista}} for it, {{Kane}} becoming a psychotic heel again after several years of being a face, Edge being put in an angle with TheUndertaker as punishment for betraying VickieGuerrero on what would have been their wedding day and [[SanitySlippage slowly becoming unglued]] before temporarily being sent to Hell, and JeffHardy becoming a much darker character in creepy corpse paint and being stalked by a mysterious assailant (who in 2009 would turn out to be [[spoiler: his brother, Matt]].
1st Jul '15 12:50:12 PM 10-13-2
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* The year 2006 was, for the most part, a lighthearted year for WWE. Except for some lingering angst over EddieGuerrero's untimely death, there were plenty of comic gimmicks (The Boogeyman, Hornswoggle, Vito wearing a dress) and even screwball storylines with D-Generation X reuniting to fight the villainous cheerleaders in the Spirit Squad, other funny heels such as [[KenAnderson Mr. Kennedy]], and the parodic "Rated-RKO" stable of {{Edge}} and RandyOrton. Also, this was before MariaKanellis had shed her [[TheBrainlessBeauty "bimbo" personality]]. All these comedic elements were even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by JohnCena in a backstage segment with Kanellis. Then, as 2006 closed out and gave way to 2007, things started getting ''really'' serious. The Spirit Squad was disbanded, Rated-RKO beat RicFlair to a bloody pulp, TripleH was badly injured and dropped out of sight, ShawnMichaels went solo and began displaying more heelish characteristics, and Orton left Rated-RKO and began his transition into the sociopathic "Viper", randomly attacking Legends in almost stalker fashion and then beginning a vendetta against Cena that culminated in kicking Cena's father in the head. Things got still darker in 2008, with ChrisJericho returning as a DarkMessiah who eventually turned completely heel, Ric Flair being retired by Shawn Michaels and attacked by both Jericho and {{Batista}} for it, {{Kane}} becoming a psychotic heel again after several years of being a face, Edge being put in an angle with TheUndertaker as punishment for betraying VickieGuerrero on what would have been their wedding day and [[SanitySlippage slowly becoming unglued]] before temporarily being sent to Hell, and JeffHardy becoming a much darker character in creepy corpse paint and being stalked by a mysterious assailant (who in 2009 would turn out to be [[spoiler: his brother, Matt]].
28th May '15 5:41:45 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Into the Woods}}'' is all wishes and dreams coming true in the first act but then Act Two begins and the giant shows up.

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* ''{{Into the Woods}}'' ''Theatre/IntoTheWoods'' is all wishes and dreams coming true in the first act but then Act Two begins and the giant shows up.
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