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** "Smidge" - A mostly British nickname for Sarah Michelle Gellar, whose initials are SMG.

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** "Smidge" - A mostly British nickname for Sarah Michelle Gellar, Creator/SarahMichelleGellar, whose initials are SMG.



*** "Celebrity historical"/"Celebrity pseudohistorical" - they go back in time, and encounter a famous historical figure. (And/or aliens.) The first Celebrity Historical is "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E4MarcoPolo Marco Polo]]", and the first Celebrity Pseudohistorical is "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E6TheKingsDemons The King's Demons]]" (or arguably Creator/CharlieChaplin's cameo in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E4TheDaleksMasterPlan The Daleks' Master Plan]]", though he only appears in a BreatherEpisode that has no science fiction elements in it itself).

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*** "Celebrity historical"/"Celebrity pseudohistorical" - they go back in time, and encounter a famous historical figure. (And/or aliens.) The first Celebrity Historical is "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E4MarcoPolo Marco Polo]]", and the first Celebrity Pseudohistorical is "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E6TheKingsDemons "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS20E6TheKingsDemons The King's Demons]]" (or arguably Creator/CharlieChaplin's cameo in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E4TheDaleksMasterPlan The Daleks' Master Plan]]", though he only appears in a BreatherEpisode that has no science fiction elements in it itself).
23rd May '17 2:03:29 PM CumbersomeTercel
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*** Just about all of the Doctors are called by their place in the numerical order of regenerations. Which format gets used - that is, One, Two, Three or First, Second, Third - depends on preference. The First, Second, Third names tend to be used by the BBC in official material, and the One, Two, Three format is stereotypically associated with post-2005 fans and EstrogenBrigade types (due to the ease of shortening ''Ten''nant's Tenth Doctor with the system), but is in fact OlderThanTheyThink and even briefly used in the show itself a couple of times (such as in the Fourth Doctor's skipping rhyme in "Robot", the ImageSong "Song for Ten" and the Eleventh Doctor's cracker poem in "Time of the Doctor"). For what it's worth, Colin Baker likes to affectionately refer to his Doctor as "Sixie". And Billie Piper and John Barrowman call David Tennant's Doctor "Ten-inch".
*** Romana incarnations are referred to with Roman (heh) numerals - Romana I (Mary Tamm), Romana II (Lalla Ward), and Romana III (Juliet Landeau, the Big Finish Romana).

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*** Just about all of the Doctors are called by their place in the numerical order of regenerations. Which format gets used - that is, One, Two, Three or First, Second, Third - depends on preference. The First, Second, Third names tend to be used by the BBC Creator/TheBBC in official material, and the One, Two, Three format is stereotypically associated with post-2005 fans and EstrogenBrigade types (due to the ease of shortening ''Ten''nant's Tenth Doctor with the system), but is in fact OlderThanTheyThink and even briefly used in the show itself a couple of times (such as in the Fourth Doctor's skipping rhyme in "Robot", the ImageSong "Song for Ten" and the Eleventh Doctor's cracker poem in "Time of the Doctor"). For what it's worth, Colin Baker Creator/ColinBaker likes to affectionately refer to his Doctor as "Sixie". And Billie Piper Creator/BilliePiper and John Barrowman Creator/JohnBarrowman call David Tennant's Creator/DavidTennant's Doctor "Ten-inch".
*** Romana incarnations are referred to with Roman (heh) numerals - Romana I (Mary Tamm), Romana II (Lalla Ward), and Romana III (Juliet Landeau, the Big Finish Creator/BigFinish Romana).



*** Non-canon incarnations, due to not having a numerical placement (or sharing it with a TV Doctor) tend to get named for the story they appear in ("the ''Shalka'' Doctor", "the ''Curse of Fatal Death'' Doctor"), the actor who portrayed them ("the Joanna Lumley Doctor", "the Nicholas Briggs Doctor") or occasionally just a fun nickname ("the Greenpeace Doctor", for a stage show Doctor who wore a Greenpeace tshirt as his costume). "Dr. Who" is usually referred to as "the Cushing Doctor" just to prevent confusion.

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*** Non-canon incarnations, due to not having a numerical placement (or sharing it with a TV Doctor) tend to get named for the story they appear in ("the ''Shalka'' Doctor", "the ''Curse of Fatal Death'' Doctor"), the actor who portrayed them ("the Joanna Lumley Creator/JoannaLumley Doctor", "the Nicholas Briggs Creator/NicholasBriggs Doctor") or occasionally just a fun nickname ("the Greenpeace Doctor", for a stage show Doctor who wore a Greenpeace tshirt as his costume). "Dr. Who" is usually referred to as "the Cushing Doctor" just to prevent confusion.



*** "Historical"/"Pure historical" - a story format where they would go back in time and not encounter aliens, save for the time travellers themselves. Sometimes defined as 'no science fiction elements', but some are still science fiction stories in theme, like "The Aztecs" (which is about changing the past). Very much associated with the First Doctor and the show's EarlyInstallmentWeirdness in general, as the only non-Hartnell pure historicals are the Second Doctor's "The Highlanders" and the Fifth Doctor's "The Black Orchid". The first historical was "10,000 BC".
*** "Pseudohistorical" - they go back in time in Earth's history, and do encounter aliens. "The Time Meddler" is the first one.
*** "Celebrity historical"/"Celebrity pseudohistorical" - they go back in time, and encounter a famous historical figure. (And/or aliens.) The first Celebrity Historical is "Marco Polo", and the first Celebrity Pseudohistorical is "The King's Demons" (or arguably Charlie Chaplin's cameo in "The Daleks' Master Plan", though he only appears in a BreatherEpisode that has no science fiction elements in it itself).
*** "Base Under Siege" - the Doctor lands in a small and isolated base full of interesting people being besieged by something nasty, quite often (though not always) an abstract or nebulous force rather than a specific 'monster'. The trapped people are useless against the force for whatever reason, and the Doctor helps them fend the thing off. The big themes are claustrophobia and guest characters dropping like flies. Associated with the Second Doctor's era, where it was used very heavily as a cheap way of producing horror, but also shows up earlier and later - the First Doctor story "The Tenth Planet", the Fourth Doctor stories "The Ark in Space" and (especially) "Horror of Fang Rock" and the Tenth Doctor episodes "The Impossible Planet" and "The Waters of Mars" fit the formula too. The Eleventh Doctor story "Cold War" is one of these, as an intentional and knowing homage to this story style.
*** "Gothic" or "Film/HammerHorror" - story type focusing on a {{Pastiche}} of GothicHorror or Film/HammerHorror tropes and stories, and Victorian - 1950s pulp literature. Associated with Season 13 and 14 (with the Fourth Doctor) and Philip Hinchcliffe's tenure as producer, though some Gothic stories show up earlier and later than this (stories like "Horror of Fang Rock", "Image of the Fendahl" and "State of Decay" fit, and some people include things like the Third Doctor story "The Daemons" and the Eleventh Doctor's "Hide", again a conscious take on the story style).
*** "Running down corridors" - generic term for unspectacular {{Padding}} sequences of characters running (down corridors), escaping from prison and getting captured again by the same people, or generally doing something pointless intended to give the illusion of action and plot advancement rather than actually being action. Especially if it happens in the third episode of a four-part story. Example use: "The concept of "Frontier in Space" is good but there's so much running down corridors."

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*** "Historical"/"Pure historical" - a story format where they would go back in time and not encounter aliens, save for the time travellers themselves. Sometimes defined as 'no science fiction elements', but some are still science fiction stories in theme, like "The Aztecs" (which is about changing the past). Very much associated with the First Doctor and the show's EarlyInstallmentWeirdness in general, as the only non-Hartnell pure historicals are the Second Doctor's "The Highlanders" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E4TheHighlanders The Highlanders]]" and the Fifth Doctor's "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E5BlackOrchid Black Orchid". Orchid]]". The first historical was "10,000 BC".
"[[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E1AnUnearthlyChild An Unearthly Child]]".
*** "Pseudohistorical" - they go back in time in Earth's history, and do encounter aliens. "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E9TheTimeMeddler The Time Meddler" Meddler]]" is the first one.
*** "Celebrity historical"/"Celebrity pseudohistorical" - they go back in time, and encounter a famous historical figure. (And/or aliens.) The first Celebrity Historical is "Marco Polo", "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E4MarcoPolo Marco Polo]]", and the first Celebrity Pseudohistorical is "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS21E6TheKingsDemons The King's Demons" Demons]]" (or arguably Charlie Chaplin's Creator/CharlieChaplin's cameo in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E4TheDaleksMasterPlan The Daleks' Master Plan", Plan]]", though he only appears in a BreatherEpisode that has no science fiction elements in it itself).
*** "Base Under Siege" - the Doctor lands in a small and isolated base full of interesting people being besieged by something nasty, quite often (though not always) an abstract or nebulous force rather than a specific 'monster'. The trapped people are useless against the force for whatever reason, and the Doctor helps them fend the thing off. The big themes are claustrophobia and guest characters dropping like flies. Associated with the Second Doctor's era, where it was used very heavily as a cheap way of producing horror, but also shows up earlier and later - the First Doctor story "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E2TheTenthPlanet The Tenth Planet", Planet]]", the Fourth Doctor stories "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS12E2TheArkInSpace The Ark in Space" Space]]" and (especially) "Horror "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E1HorrorOfFangRock Horror of Fang Rock" Rock]]" and the Tenth Doctor episodes "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E8TheImpossiblePlanet The Impossible Planet" Planet]]" and "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars The Waters of Mars" Mars]]" fit the formula too. The Eleventh Doctor story "Cold War" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E8ColdWar Cold War]]" is one of these, as an intentional and knowing homage to this story style.
*** "Gothic" or "Film/HammerHorror" - story type focusing on a {{Pastiche}} of GothicHorror or Film/HammerHorror tropes and stories, and Victorian - 1950s pulp literature. Associated with Season 13 and 14 (with the Fourth Doctor) and Philip Hinchcliffe's tenure as producer, though some Gothic stories show up earlier and later than this (stories like "Horror of Fang Rock", "Image "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E3ImageOfTheFendahl Image of the Fendahl" Fendahl]]" and "State "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E4StateOfDecay State of Decay" Decay]]" fit, and some people include things like the Third Doctor story "The Daemons" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS8E5TheDaemons The Daemons]]" and the Eleventh Doctor's "Hide", "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E9Hide Hide]]", again a conscious take on the story style).
*** "Running down corridors" - generic term for unspectacular {{Padding}} sequences of characters running (down corridors), escaping from prison and getting captured again by the same people, or generally doing something pointless intended to give the illusion of action and plot advancement rather than actually being action. Especially if it happens in the third episode of a four-part story. Example use: "The concept of "Frontier "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS10E3FrontierInSpace Frontier in Space" Space]]" is good but there's so much running down corridors."



*** "The Monster Season" - Season 5. Two Cybermen stories, two Yeti/Great Intelligence stories, a story introducing the Ice Warriors and one story featuring one-shot baddie [[HaveAGayOldTime the Weed]]. (And a ''Franchise/JamesBond'' pastiche with no monsters in it that no-one cared about until its [[MissingEpisode shock rediscovery in a Nigerian bin]].) Highly popular in 1980s fandom, and several 80s stories homage it as PanderingToTheBase (like "Attack of the Cybermen" and "The Five Doctors").

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*** "The Monster Season" - Season 5. Two Cybermen stories, two Yeti/Great Intelligence stories, a story introducing the Ice Warriors and one story featuring one-shot baddie [[HaveAGayOldTime the Weed]]. (And a ''Franchise/JamesBond'' pastiche with no monsters in it that no-one cared about until its [[MissingEpisode shock rediscovery in a Nigerian bin]].) Highly popular in 1980s fandom, and several 80s stories homage it as PanderingToTheBase (like "Attack "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E1AttackOfTheCybermen Attack of the Cybermen" Cybermen]]" and "The "[[Recap/DoctorWho20thASTheFiveDoctors The Five Doctors").Doctors]]").



*** "JNT" - The late [[Creator/JohnNathanTurner John Nathan-Turner]], executive producer in the 1980s. Among those more critical of his tenure, "John Satan Turner" is sometimes heard.

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*** "JNT" - The late [[Creator/JohnNathanTurner John Nathan-Turner]], Creator/JohnNathanTurner, executive producer in the 1980s. Among those more critical of his tenure, "John Satan Turner" is sometimes heard.



*** Creator/Terrance Dicks, 70s script editor and modern day elder statesman, is often called "Uncle Terrance", even by new series writers. Also "Uncle Tewwance" thanks to his weak R.

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*** Creator/Terrance Dicks, Creator/TerranceDicks, 70s script editor and modern day elder statesman, is often called "Uncle Terrance", even by new series writers. Also "Uncle Tewwance" thanks to his weak R.



*** "Moe Howard" - Patrick Troughton's Doctor, due to his resemblance to [[Film/TheThreeStooges Stooge]] Prime.

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*** "Moe Howard" - Patrick Troughton's Creator/PatrickTroughton's Doctor, due to his resemblance to [[Film/TheThreeStooges Stooge]] Prime.



*** "Doctor Cullen" -- the Eleventh Doctor, played by Creator/MattSmith, as an early promo pic showed him dressed and posed like Robert Pattinson a.k.a. Edward Cullen from ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''. Also known as "Sparkle!Doctor". People abruptly stopped using this nickname once his very un-''Twilight'' performance started, though. Other nicknames for the Eleventh Doctor: "Eleventy", [[spoiler:"Raggedy", "Poncho Boy", "Flop-Haired Wuss"]], "Baby Doctor".
*** "The Dalek Fucker" -- early nickname for Peter Capaldi's Doctor based on role association with [[Series/TheThickOfIt Malcolm Tucker]].

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*** "Doctor Cullen" -- the Eleventh Doctor, played by Creator/MattSmith, as an early promo pic showed him dressed and posed like Robert Pattinson Creator/RobertPattinson a.k.a. Edward Cullen from ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''. Also known as "Sparkle!Doctor". People abruptly stopped using this nickname once his very un-''Twilight'' performance started, though. Other nicknames for the Eleventh Doctor: "Eleventy", [[spoiler:"Raggedy", "Poncho Boy", "Flop-Haired Wuss"]], "Baby Doctor".
*** "The Dalek Fucker" -- early nickname for Peter Capaldi's Creator/PeterCapaldi's Doctor based on role association with [[Series/TheThickOfIt Malcolm Tucker]].



*** "Fred" is also used for another Dalek -- the Dalek Ian traps in a hole in "The Chase", thanks to him WaxingLyrical to make a BondOneLiner referencing the novelty song "Right, Said Fred".

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*** "Fred" is also used for another Dalek -- the Dalek Ian traps in a hole in "The Chase", "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E8TheChase The Chase]]", thanks to him WaxingLyrical to make a BondOneLiner referencing the novelty song "Right, Said Fred".



*** "Hunchback Daleks" -- The new Dalek props introduced in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E3VictoryOfTheDaleks "Victory of the Daleks"]]. Also: [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin' Power Daleks!]], "[[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin' Dalek Rangers]]", "[[Franchise/SuperSentai Extermination Sentai Dalekranger]]", "Power Ranger Daleks", "[[Series/{{Teletubbies}} Teledaleks]]", or "[[GreenLanternCorps the Dalek Lantern Corps]]" -- referring to the bright new colour scheme. "[[EverythingIsAnIPodInTheFuture iDaleks]]", because they look like ''really aggressive'' iPods. "[[FatBastard Fatleks]]", on account of their greater bulk compared to previous designs.

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*** "Hunchback Daleks" -- The new Dalek props introduced in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E3VictoryOfTheDaleks "Victory of the Daleks"]]. Also: [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin' Power Daleks!]], "[[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Mighty Morphin' Dalek Rangers]]", "[[Franchise/SuperSentai Extermination Sentai Dalekranger]]", "Power Ranger Daleks", "[[Series/{{Teletubbies}} Teledaleks]]", or "[[GreenLanternCorps "[[ComicBook/GreenLanternCorps the Dalek Lantern Corps]]" -- referring to the bright new colour scheme. "[[EverythingIsAnIPodInTheFuture iDaleks]]", because they look like ''really aggressive'' iPods. "[[FatBastard Fatleks]]", on account of their greater bulk compared to previous designs.



*** "The memory cheats" -- JNT-invented phrase referring to false perceptions of the series's past. Usually he used it to talk about people who insisted the show was better in the 70s (even though most fans still agree that it was), but it applies also to other DeadUnicornTrope ''Who'' myths.

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*** "The memory cheats" -- JNT-invented phrase referring to false perceptions of the series's past. Usually he used it to talk about people who insisted the show was better in the 70s TheSeventies (even though most fans still agree that it was), but it applies also to other DeadUnicornTrope ''Who'' myths.
6th May '17 6:33:26 AM RezaMaulana98
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** [=ChickenHopper=] - Hiroto/Go-on Gold, because his actor previously potrayed [[Series/KamenRiderKabuto Kamen Rider KickHopper]], and his personal mecha/zord is based on a chicken.
23rd Apr '17 2:40:11 PM nombretomado
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** Bitchelle - Michelles nickname during some of the TelevisionWithoutPity recaps of the show.

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** Bitchelle - Michelles nickname during some of the TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity recaps of the show.



** Hamsters - The contestants. Very prominent at TelevisionWithoutPity.

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** Hamsters - The contestants. Very prominent at TelevisionWithoutPity.Website/TelevisionWithoutPity.



** TelevisionWithoutPity referred to them as the Ministers of Grace, after a line from ''Hamlet'': "Angels and ministers of grace, defend us!" Usually shortened to "[=MoG=]".

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** TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity referred to them as the Ministers of Grace, after a line from ''Hamlet'': "Angels and ministers of grace, defend us!" Usually shortened to "[=MoG=]".



** "Domicylon" aka "Baltar's Dream House" - TelevisionWithoutPity's nickname for Baltar's hallucination of his old house on Caprica.

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** "Domicylon" aka "Baltar's Dream House" - TelevisionWithoutPity's Website/TelevisionWithoutPity's nickname for Baltar's hallucination of his old house on Caprica.



** "The Whiteboard of Extinction" - TelevisionWithoutPity nickname for the whiteboard on Colonial One with the running total of the surviving human population.

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** "The Whiteboard of Extinction" - TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity nickname for the whiteboard on Colonial One with the running total of the surviving human population.



** Spicule - The "[[BadassDecay defanged]]" Spike from later episodes. Another TelevisionWithoutPity exclusive.

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** Spicule - The "[[BadassDecay defanged]]" Spike from later episodes. Another TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity exclusive.



** Big Gay Chris - A TelevisionWithoutPity nickname for the very pretty, very femme-acting MrFanservice that made Season Six slightly more entertaining. As it obvious he was a KidFromTheFuture, and Piper already had one kid, Wyatt, people assumed they were one and the same, leading Wyatt to be occasionally nicknamed Tiny Gay Chris until it turned out Chris was actually Wyatt's younger brother. The baby version of Chris inherited the latter nickname once he was born.
** Maggot Neck - Another TelevisionWithoutPity nickname for Billie Jenkins. Her neck was... strange, to put it mildly. She was also known as The Retarded Bimbo, due to Kaley Cuoco's inadequate interpretation of the role combined with the character's abundant stupidity, which later became The Ultimate Retard once the character started being ominously referred to as "the Ultimate Power" on the show.

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** Big Gay Chris - A TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity nickname for the very pretty, very femme-acting MrFanservice that made Season Six slightly more entertaining. As it obvious he was a KidFromTheFuture, and Piper already had one kid, Wyatt, people assumed they were one and the same, leading Wyatt to be occasionally nicknamed Tiny Gay Chris until it turned out Chris was actually Wyatt's younger brother. The baby version of Chris inherited the latter nickname once he was born.
** Maggot Neck - Another TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity nickname for Billie Jenkins. Her neck was... strange, to put it mildly. She was also known as The Retarded Bimbo, due to Kaley Cuoco's inadequate interpretation of the role combined with the character's abundant stupidity, which later became The Ultimate Retard once the character started being ominously referred to as "the Ultimate Power" on the show.



** [[TooMuchInformation TMI]] Cam - The extreme closeups into the body showing you exactly how the Victim Of The Week died, named by TelevisionWithoutPity.

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** [[TooMuchInformation TMI]] Cam - The extreme closeups into the body showing you exactly how the Victim Of The Week died, named by TelevisionWithoutPity.Website/TelevisionWithoutPity.



** The Holy Hitman - Jason, via TelevisionWithoutPity.

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** The Holy Hitman - Jason, via TelevisionWithoutPity.Website/TelevisionWithoutPity.



** Mike Chang is still referred to as Gaylord Wiener by one of the TelevisionWithoutPity recappers (the nickname was one of two joke names on a Glee audition sign up sheet)

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** Mike Chang is still referred to as Gaylord Wiener by one of the TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity recappers (the nickname was one of two joke names on a Glee audition sign up sheet)



** [=ikiN=] - Jessica, Niki's "mirror self". Named by TelevisionWithoutPity before Jessica's name was revealed. This caught on so well that most members of the forum refuse to call her Jessica, and still use ikiN.

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** [=ikiN=] - Jessica, Niki's "mirror self". Named by TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity before Jessica's name was revealed. This caught on so well that most members of the forum refuse to call her Jessica, and still use ikiN.



** Cheekbones - ADA Jamie Ross, for her distinctive facial feature. Coined by TelevisionWithoutPity.

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** Cheekbones - ADA Jamie Ross, for her distinctive facial feature. Coined by TelevisionWithoutPity.Website/TelevisionWithoutPity.



** The Hydra - TelevisionWithoutPity nickname for showrunners Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof (a reference to the Hydra Station, a prominent location in the beginnning of season 3).

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** The Hydra - TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity nickname for showrunners Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof (a reference to the Hydra Station, a prominent location in the beginnning of season 3).



** Barnness of Solitude - The barn; another TelevisionWithoutPity nickname. After Comicbook/{{Superman}}'s Fortress of Solitude.

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** Barnness of Solitude - The barn; another TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity nickname. After Comicbook/{{Superman}}'s Fortress of Solitude.



** The Squirrel - Lana. Originated because she used to make squirelly faces when getting angry, confused or upset, stuck around because she stole men's nuts. Yes, it's from TelevisionWithoutPity.

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** The Squirrel - Lana. Originated because she used to make squirelly faces when getting angry, confused or upset, stuck around because she stole men's nuts. Yes, it's from TelevisionWithoutPity.Website/TelevisionWithoutPity.



** B&B, Bermaga, [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead Beavis & Butthead]] - The Rick Berman/Bannon Braga writing team, most often seen on the later ''Star Trek'' series. This particular pairing has been accused of running the ''Trek'' franchise into the ground by a large portion of the fanbase. "Bermaga" is another TelevisionWithoutPity name. "Bregma" (rhymes with...) has also made the rounds.

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** B&B, Bermaga, [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead Beavis & Butthead]] - The Rick Berman/Bannon Braga writing team, most often seen on the later ''Star Trek'' series. This particular pairing has been accused of running the ''Trek'' franchise into the ground by a large portion of the fanbase. "Bermaga" is another TelevisionWithoutPity Website/TelevisionWithoutPity name. "Bregma" (rhymes with...) has also made the rounds.



* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'': There are dozens of these. A lot of them were coined by TelevisionWithoutPity.

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'': There are dozens of these. A lot of them were coined by TelevisionWithoutPity.Website/TelevisionWithoutPity.



** Mandyville -- where Mandy went after she was PutOnABus with no explanation, and where other characters (Ainsley, Danny, Mallory) sometimes visited her. This one is sometimes applied to other shows, probably thanks to TelevisionWithoutPity.

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** Mandyville -- where Mandy went after she was PutOnABus with no explanation, and where other characters (Ainsley, Danny, Mallory) sometimes visited her. This one is sometimes applied to other shows, probably thanks to TelevisionWithoutPity.Website/TelevisionWithoutPity.
15th Apr '17 12:54:50 PM nombretomado
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*** There are so many more nicknames for his hair too.... [[SlumdogMillionaire Slumdog Millionhair]], President Hair, Perm Kapur, Hair-san, and so many others.

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*** There are so many more nicknames for his hair too.... [[SlumdogMillionaire [[Film/SlumdogMillionaire Slumdog Millionhair]], President Hair, Perm Kapur, Hair-san, and so many others.
10th Apr '17 1:16:27 PM CosmicFerret
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* ''BayWatch'': ''Babe Watch'' or ''Boob Watch'' - A nickname for the big reason people watch the show.

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* ''BayWatch'': ''Series/BayWatch'': ''Babe Watch'' or ''Boob Watch'' - A nickname for the big reason people watch the show.
9th Apr '17 9:03:44 AM nombretomado
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** Moose and Squirrel - Mulder and Scully (after [[RockyAndBullwinkle Bullwinkle Moose and Rocky Squirrel]]). As a team, they are the Dynamic Duo.

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** Moose and Squirrel - Mulder and Scully (after [[RockyAndBullwinkle [[WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle Bullwinkle Moose and Rocky Squirrel]]). As a team, they are the Dynamic Duo.
7th Apr '17 4:48:35 PM nombretomado
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* ''ThePriceIsRight'': The inhabitants of Golden-Road.net refer to the show's pricing games with embarrassingly cutesy pet nicknames like "Cliffy" for Cliffhangers, "Baggy" for It's In The Bag, and so on.

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* ''ThePriceIsRight'': ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'': The inhabitants of Golden-Road.net refer to the show's pricing games with embarrassingly cutesy pet nicknames like "Cliffy" for Cliffhangers, "Baggy" for It's In The Bag, and so on.
31st Mar '17 2:50:55 PM nombretomado
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*** "Billo the Clown", "Bill Orally", "The Big Giant Head", "Phineas T. Bluster" - BillOReilly

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*** "Billo the Clown", "Bill Orally", "The Big Giant Head", "Phineas T. Bluster" - BillOReillyCreator/BillOReilly
18th Mar '17 2:09:04 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Neighbours}}'':

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* ''{{Neighbours}}'':''Series/{{Neighbours}}'':
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