History Cloudcuckoolander / LiveActionTV

13th Jun '17 5:27:26 PM bodygripper
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** Creed is a kleptomaniac, doesn't understand the concept of a blog and was judged by Ryan to be too dangerous to own one, is unaware of how uncomfortable he can make people, rarely ever does work, but still has a job, and managed to trick Michael into convincing him to keep it.

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** Creed is a kleptomaniac, doesn't understand the concept of a blog and was judged by Ryan to be too dangerous to own one, is unaware of how uncomfortable he can make people, rarely ever does work, but still has a job, and managed to trick Michael into convincing him to keep it. He also doesn't know most of his coworkers' names, or even what type of company he works for.
31st May '17 6:20:17 PM nombretomado
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** Apply the above to the fact that the world of ''TheYoungOnes'' is a downright CloudCuckooland itself. That's pretty scary!

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** Apply the above to the fact that the world of ''TheYoungOnes'' ''The Young Ones'' is a downright CloudCuckooland itself. That's pretty scary!
23rd Apr '17 3:19:07 PM nombretomado
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%%* ''ThatsSoRaven's'' Chelsea fits this trope...well.

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%%* ''ThatsSoRaven's'' ''Series/ThatsSoRaven'''s Chelsea fits this trope...well.
9th Apr '17 6:19:43 PM nombretomado
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* Codie on ''Series/StepByStep'' is highly eccentric and lives in a van. By many accounts he's dumb, but he also happened to outscore Dana on the SATs and often becomes the voice of reason in family crises.

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* Codie on ''Series/StepByStep'' is highly eccentric and lives in a van. By many accounts he's dumb, but he also happened to outscore Dana on the SATs UsefulNotes/SATs and often becomes the voice of reason in family crises.
4th Jan '17 12:45:03 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Daario's mannerisms and his sensuous worldview shows hints of this, particularly as portrayed by Ed Skrein. Michiel Huisman's portrayal is more grounded, but still not totally rational (for example, his sweet-but-silly endurance contest with Grey Worm).
26th Dec '16 11:40:24 AM Xtifr
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* The completely nutty Daisy from ''NotGoingOut''. She can also be seen advertising furniture just before each seg of ''Series/CoronationStreet'' with an almost as ditzy blonde friend.

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* The completely nutty Daisy from ''NotGoingOut''.''Series/NotGoingOut''. She can also be seen advertising furniture just before each seg of ''Series/CoronationStreet'' with an almost as ditzy blonde friend.
6th Dec '16 10:15:26 PM alspawn
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* ''Series/AbsolutelyFabulous'' is a [[Main/{{Cloudcuckooland}} world of Cloudcuckoolanders]], and Bubble seems like an oddball to ''them''.
6th Dec '16 7:45:22 AM SarisRevant
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* ''Series/TopGear'''s James May usually comes across as fairly sensible, but during the news segments he tends to go off on random tangents or draw strange conclusions that leave his co-presenters wildly confused or [[{{Squick}} squicked]].
** Such as his InsaneTrollLogic that because people slow down to avoid hitting deer in the countryside, but for [[HumansAreBastards some reason]], tend to speed up in cities and end up causing road accidents;

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* ''Series/TopGear'''s The cornerstone of the humour on ''Series/TopGear'' (and continuing on ''Series/TheGrandTour'') was Clarkson, Hammond, and May cheerfully trading off in this role to try and explain subjective or boring things creatively to their baffled co-presenters. The series 7 discussion of which animals are front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive is a classic example.
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James May usually comes across as fairly sensible, but during the news segments he tends to go off on random tangents or draw strange conclusions that leave his co-presenters wildly confused or [[{{Squick}} squicked]].
** *** Such as his InsaneTrollLogic [[InsaneTrollLogic odd reasoning]] that because people slow down to avoid hitting deer in the countryside, but for [[HumansAreBastards some reason]], tend to speed up in cities and end up causing road accidents;
22nd Nov '16 5:22:37 PM tenuousbreaker
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* Trying to fix his own leg with duct tape and believing that stop signs are only suggestions? Sounds like Spyder from ''Series/MechX4'', alright.
4th Nov '16 10:44:17 PM Bassball_Batman
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* Klinger of ''Series/{{Mash}}'' often acts like a {{Cloudcuckoolander}} trying to get a section 8.
** This is cited by most characters as evidence that he is the sanest person in the unit, as he's the only one who is actually using any means to get the fuck out of there before he's killed or driven insane, instead of playing along and waiting to be discharged.


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* Klinger of ''Series/{{Mash}}'' often acts like a {{Cloudcuckoolander}} trying to get a section 8.
** This is cited by most characters as evidence that he is the sanest person in the unit, as he's the only one who is actually using any means to get the fuck out of there before he's killed or driven insane, instead of playing along and waiting to be discharged.
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