History Film / Click

28th Jun '16 7:58:34 PM BobSaget9
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* AssShove: After Michael realises that fast-forwarding through his life isn't so great after all, he tries several times to throw the remote away only for it to keep reappearing in different places on his body, on his other hand or on top of his head, for example. Morty warns him there is only one place for him to pull the remote out of, which convinces Michael to stop.

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* AssShove: After Michael realises that fast-forwarding through his life isn't so great after all, he tries several times to throw the remote away only for it to keep reappearing in different places on his body, on his other hand or on top of his head, for example. When Michael decides to get naked in order for it to stop, Morty warns him there is there'll be only one place left for him to pull the remote out of, which convinces Michael to stop.
28th Jun '16 7:45:38 PM BobSaget9
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-->'''Michael''': [[spoiler: It took that son of a bitch a whole year to promote me?]]

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-->'''Michael''': --->'''Michael''': [[spoiler: It took that son of a bitch a whole year to promote me?]]
28th Jun '16 7:33:16 PM BobSaget9
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*** Actually, it came a few lines earlier:
---->'''Michael''': Are you kidding me? [John and Janine] have been dating a couple months now? That's pretty huge for this one.
---->'''Janine''': No, the first few months were easy. [[spoiler:It was the one-year hump that was the tough part.]]
22nd Jun '16 1:36:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* SettingUpdate: ''Click'' is [[http://www.noogenesis.com/pineapple/magic_thread.html "The Magic Thread"]], an old French tale, moved to the present-day United States. The source material was also dramatized on ''AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues''.

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* SettingUpdate: ''Click'' is [[http://www.noogenesis.com/pineapple/magic_thread.html "The Magic Thread"]], an old French tale, moved to the present-day United States. The source material was also dramatized on ''AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues''.''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues''.
14th Jun '16 10:33:28 PM SoRandom31
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* Workaholic: Michael's FatalFlaw.
5th May '16 11:41:39 PM GoldenSeals
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* {{Flanderization}}: Deliberately invoked. Michael does have a problem with throwing himself into his work and isn't the nicest guy, but [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold does clearly love his family]] and his FatalFlaw is a lot of the misguided decisions he makes are out of his love for them. As Morty explains, Michael whenever he's on "auto-pilot" only exhibits the first set of traits due to the fact that they're the more common ones he displays. It plays a major part in Michael coming to terms with his flaws.

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* {{Flanderization}}: Deliberately invoked. Michael does have a problem with throwing himself into his work and isn't the nicest guy, but [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold does clearly love his family]] and his FatalFlaw is a lot of the misguided decisions he makes are out of his love for them. As Morty explains, Michael whenever he's on "auto-pilot" only exhibits the first set of traits due to the fact that they're traits, which are the more common ones he displays. It plays a major part in Michael coming to terms with his flaws.
1st Apr '16 9:55:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* MythologyGag: [[BigDaddy This isn't the first time a Sandler character has made reference to Barney & Friends.]]

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* MythologyGag: [[BigDaddy [[Film/BigDaddy This isn't the first time a Sandler character has made reference to Barney & Friends.]]
16th Feb '16 11:06:46 AM ropertroper
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* DisproportionateRetribution: After neighborhood kid O'Doyle constantly makes fun of him, Michael decides to get back at him by not only telling O'Doyle's mother that O'Doyle had given him the cigar he was smoking, but that he thinks there's marijuana inside of it. O'Doyle may have been a jerk, but he didn't really deserve a punishment for something he didn't do invlolving drugs.
1st Feb '16 10:19:28 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Michael's over-dedication to his work ends up ruining this life, and Morty points out that it would happen with or without the remote. By learning his lesson, he is finally able to enjoy the little things of life and be happy with his family.

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Michael's Inverted; Michael chioses to be unhappy from the start, as his over-dedication to his work ends up ruining this life, and Morty points out that it would happen with or without the remote. By learning his lesson, he is finally able to enjoy the little things of life and be happy with his family.
31st Jan '16 5:51:52 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* BadFuture

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* BadFutureBadFuture: Unsurprisingly, the cause of the main character's HeelRealization.



* BodyHorror: Due to lack of exercise (and his junk food binge-eating while working), one "fast-forward" of ''ten years'' takes Michael from Adam Sandler-sized to Morbidly Obese. [[spoiler:Even worse when he goes into a coma for 6 years and loses ONLY the fat.]]

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* BodyHorror: Due to lack of exercise (and his junk food binge-eating while working), working, which is pretty much ''all the time''), one "fast-forward" of ''ten years'' takes Michael from Adam Sandler-sized to Morbidly Obese. [[spoiler:Even worse when he goes into a coma for 6 years and loses ONLY the fat.]]



**** It's still implied, however, that Ben will still become fat in the future.



* ICanStillFight



* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: Thanks to the constant time skips caused by the remote "learning" to skip to promotions and other work-related successes, we see glimpses of a future where [[EverythingIsAnIPodInTheFuture Everything Is An iPod]]. Of course, it's a bit confusing as to ''when'' they take place; the first time skip of any substantial amount is shown to have transported Michael to the year 2017, but the other time skips are left completely ambiguous, other than that the last one [[spoiler:where he dies shortly afterwards]] and thus would likely be somewhere in the 2030s considering he's probably in his 30s at the beginning.

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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: Thanks to the constant time skips caused by the remote "learning" to skip to promotions and other work-related successes, we see glimpses of a future where [[EverythingIsAnIPodInTheFuture Everything Is An iPod]]. Of course, it's a bit confusing as to ''when'' they take place; the first time skip of any substantial amount is shown to have transported Michael to the year 2017, but the other time skips are left completely ambiguous, other than that the last one [[spoiler:where he dies shortly afterwards]] to 2023 and thus would likely be somewhere in the 2030s considering he's probably in his 30s at the beginning. 2029.
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