History EstablishingCharacterMoment / Theatre

7th Jun '15 9:45:05 AM InsomniaCafe
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-->'''Elder Cunningham:''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice HELLO, WOULD YOU LIKE TO CHANGE RELIGIONS AND GET THIS FREE BOOK WRITTEN BY JESUS?!?!?!]]'''''
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-->'''Elder Cunningham:''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice HELLO, WOULD YOU LIKE TO CHANGE RELIGIONS AND GET THIS I HAVE A FREE BOOK WRITTEN BY JESUS?!?!?!]]'''''
15th May '15 12:41:38 PM dsneybuf
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Matches the OBC recording
--> ''*Ding, dong!*''
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--> ''*Ding, dong!*''''*Buzz!*''
5th Jan '15 4:21:44 PM AdelePotter
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fixing a typo
'''J.D.:''' Yeah, but they seem to have an open-door policy on asshole, don't they?\\
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'''J.D.:''' Yeah, but they seem to have an open-door policy on asshole, assholes, don't they?\\

''(Ram attempts to do just that, but J.D. beats the crap out of them both single-handedly)''
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''(Ram attempts to do just that, but J.D. beats the crap out of them both single-handedly)''single-handed)''
29th Dec '14 2:01:26 PM AdelePotter
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* The musical version of {{Film/Heathers}} quickly establishes all the main characters (except J.D., who turns up a couple scenes later) in its opening number "Beautiful." It establishes Kurt and Ram as {{Jerk Jock}}s, Martha as a ButtMonkey (but a lovable one who is a "sucker for a happy ending"), Heather Chandler as [[AlphaBitch a "mythic bitch"]], Heather Duke as the ButtMonkey of her own GirlPosse, Heather [=McNamara=] as the nicest of the trio, and Veronica as the [[DeadpanSnarker wry]], observant outsider who just wants to fit in.
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* The musical version of {{Film/Heathers}} {{Theatre/Heathers}} quickly establishes all the main characters (except J.D., who turns up a couple scenes later) in its opening number "Beautiful." It establishes Kurt and Ram as {{Jerk Jock}}s, Martha as a ButtMonkey (but a lovable one who is a "sucker for a happy ending"), Heather Chandler as [[AlphaBitch a "mythic bitch"]], Heather Duke as the ButtMonkey of her own GirlPosse, Heather [=McNamara=] as the nicest of the trio, and Veronica as the [[DeadpanSnarker wry]], observant outsider who just wants to fit in.in. ** J.D. gets his, too: sitting quietly on the outskirts with a book, making a snarky, semi-flirty comment to Veronica, but otherwise minding his own business, until Kurt and Ram start harassing him. -->'''Ram:''' Hey, Kurt, didn't this cafeteria have a "no fags allowed" rule?\\ '''J.D.:''' Yeah, but they seem to have an open-door policy on asshole, don't they?\\ ''({{beat}})''\\ '''Kurt:''' ...Hold his arms.\\ ''(Ram attempts to do just that, but J.D. beats the crap out of them both single-handedly)''
17th Sep '14 9:22:31 AM AdelePotter
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-->'''Joanne:''' That is I, miss. I'm very rich and I'm married to him, and I'd introduce him but I forgot his name.
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-->'''Joanne:''' That is I, miss. I'm very rich and I'm married to him, and I'd introduce him but I forgot his name.name. * The musical version of {{Film/Heathers}} quickly establishes all the main characters (except J.D., who turns up a couple scenes later) in its opening number "Beautiful." It establishes Kurt and Ram as {{Jerk Jock}}s, Martha as a ButtMonkey (but a lovable one who is a "sucker for a happy ending"), Heather Chandler as [[AlphaBitch a "mythic bitch"]], Heather Duke as the ButtMonkey of her own GirlPosse, Heather [=McNamara=] as the nicest of the trio, and Veronica as the [[DeadpanSnarker wry]], observant outsider who just wants to fit in.
26th Jul '14 5:20:17 PM AdelePotter
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--> '''*Ding, dong!*''' '''Elder Cunningham:''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice HELLO, WOULD YOU LIKE TO CONVERT RELIGIONS AND GET THIS FREE BOOK WRITTEN BY]]''''' '''[[NoIndoorVoice JESUS?!?!?!]]'''
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--> '''*Ding, dong!*''' '''Elder ''*Ding, dong!*'' -->'''Elder Cunningham:''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice HELLO, WOULD YOU LIKE TO CONVERT CHANGE RELIGIONS AND GET THIS FREE BOOK WRITTEN BY]]''''' '''[[NoIndoorVoice JESUS?!?!?!]]'''BY JESUS?!?!?!]]'''''
28th May '14 12:50:45 PM kyokutonomajo
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* The opening scene of ''{{Company}}'' does this for several of the characters. First, it shows Bobby's popularity and his friendship with the couples. Then Sarah and Harry's competitive and combative relationship is established as they give him their present. Then Amy's neurotic nature is shown as she presents him with the present from her and Paul. Then Joanne's cynical and sarcastic nature is shown when she snarks at the other wives and, when one of them asks Bobby who she is, responds thus:
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* The opening scene of ''{{Company}}'' does this for several of the characters. First, it shows Bobby's popularity and his friendship with the couples. Then Sarah and Harry's competitive and combative relationship is established as they give him their present. Then Amy's neurotic nature is shown as she presents him with the present from her and Paul. Then Joanne's cynical and sarcastic nature is shown when she snarks at the other wives and, when one of them asks Bobby who she is, responds thus:
28th May '14 12:50:23 PM kyokutonomajo
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* ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'' starts with [[HotBlooded John Adams]] ranting [[NoIndoorVoice loudly]] about [[SurroundedByIdiots the uselessness of Congress]], ''to'' Congress, and demanding that they vote for independence RIGHT NOW, while they all tell him to sit down and shut up.
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* ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'' starts with [[HotBlooded John Adams]] ranting [[NoIndoorVoice loudly]] about [[SurroundedByIdiots the uselessness of Congress]], ''to'' Congress, and demanding that they vote for independence RIGHT NOW, while they all tell him to sit down and shut up.up. * The opening scene of ''{{Company}}'' does this for several of the characters. First, it shows Bobby's popularity and his friendship with the couples. Then Sarah and Harry's competitive and combative relationship is established as they give him their present. Then Amy's neurotic nature is shown as she presents him with the present from her and Paul. Then Joanne's cynical and sarcastic nature is shown when she snarks at the other wives and, when one of them asks Bobby who she is, responds thus: -->'''Joanne:''' That is I, miss. I'm very rich and I'm married to him, and I'd introduce him but I forgot his name.
12th Mar '14 9:14:59 AM Shippudentimes
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--> '''*Ding, dong!*''' '''Elder Cunningham:''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice HELLO, WOULD YOU LIKE TO CONVERT RELIGIONS AND GET THIS FREE BOOK WRITTEN BY]]''''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice JESUS?!?!?!]]'''''
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--> '''*Ding, dong!*''' '''Elder Cunningham:''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice HELLO, WOULD YOU LIKE TO CONVERT RELIGIONS AND GET THIS FREE BOOK WRITTEN BY]]''''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice JESUS?!?!?!]]''''''''[[NoIndoorVoice JESUS?!?!?!]]'''
12th Mar '14 9:14:40 AM Shippudentimes
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* ''Theater/TheBookOfMormon'' gives us this glimpse into one of Elder Cunningham's major character arcs during "Hello!": --> '''*Ding, dong!*''' '''Elder Cunningham:''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice HELLO, WOULD YOU LIKE TO CONVERT RELIGIONS AND GET THIS FREE BOOK WRITTEN BY]]''''' '''''[[NoIndoorVoice JESUS?!?!?!]]''''' --> '''Missionary Leader''': No, '''''no''''' Elder Cunningham! That's ''not'' how we do things around here! You're making things up again!
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