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21st May '17 2:00:47 PM Gosicrystal
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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 to 2023 and 2029.



* ArtifactOfDoom: The remote

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* %%* ArtifactOfDoom: The remoteremote.



* BigEater: Ben, both at the age of 7 and 18. [[spoiler: See BodyHorror and FatBastard below]].

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* BigEater: BigEater:
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Ben, both at the age of 7 and 18. [[spoiler: See BodyHorror and FatBastard below]].18.



** P.S. Your Wife's rocking body still drives me crazy.

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** %%** P.S. Your Wife's rocking body still drives me crazy.



* CerebusSyndrome: Oh so very much.
* ClingyMacGuffin

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* CerebusSyndrome: Oh so very much.
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ClingyMacGuffin



* DeusExMachina

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* %%* DeusExMachina



* FanService
** Kate Beckinsale wearing tiny shorts or wearing a Pocahontas costume.
** [[Series/BarneyAndFriends "I love you/You love me/]][[FanserviceExtra That jogger had big boo-bies..."]]

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* FanService
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{{Fanservice}}: Kate Beckinsale wearing tiny shorts or wearing a Pocahontas costume.
** [[Series/BarneyAndFriends "I love you/You love me/]][[FanserviceExtra That * FanserviceExtra: Michael fast forwards his trip to the office, but on the way he sees a random hot jogger had (played by Ireesha) and sets time to slow motion to stare at her big boo-bies..."]]breasts bouncing up and down.



* FirstLawOfTragicomedies: To a T.

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* FirstLawOfTragicomedies: To a T.%%* FirstLawOfTragicomedies



* GroundhogDayLoop
* HeelRealization: Somewhat; Michael is somewhat of a dick at the start.

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* %%* GroundhogDayLoop
* %%* HeelRealization: Somewhat; Michael is somewhat of a dick at the start.



* InUniverseGameClock

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* %%* InUniverseGameClock



* MarriedToTheJob: Discovered the hard way.

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* %%* MarriedToTheJob: Discovered the hard way.



* 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 to 2023 and 2029.



* WhamLine: This exchange between Michael and Morty in the [[spoiler: cemetery after visiting Ted's grave.]]
-->'''Morty''': ''*standing at [[spoiler: Ted's grave]]*'' He was a good man. I'm sorry, Michael. I didn't want to take him.
-->'''Michael''': What?
-->'''Morty''': Michael, I'm an angel.
-->'''Michael''': I thought angels were supposed to protect people.
-->'''Morty''': [[spoiler: I'm the Angel of Death.]]
** Another, smaller example:
--->'''Michael''': [[spoiler: It took that son of a bitch a whole year to promote me?]]
*** 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.]]
*** And then there's this bombshell:

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* WhamLine: WhamLine:
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This exchange between Michael and Morty in the [[spoiler: cemetery after visiting Ted's grave.]]
-->'''Morty''':
grave]].
--->'''Morty''':
''*standing at [[spoiler: Ted's grave]]*'' He was a good man. I'm sorry, Michael. I didn't want to take him.
-->'''Michael''': --->'''Michael''': What?
-->'''Morty''': --->'''Morty''': Michael, I'm an angel.
-->'''Michael''': --->'''Michael''': I thought angels were supposed to protect people.
-->'''Morty''': --->'''Morty''': [[spoiler: I'm the Angel of Death.]]
** Another, smaller example:
**
--->'''Michael''': [[spoiler: It took that son of a bitch a whole year to promote me?]]
*** 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''': --->'''Janine''': No, the first few months were easy. [[spoiler:It was the one-year hump that was the tough part.]]
*** And then there's this bombshell:**


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%%--->'''Michael''': [[spoiler: It took that son of a bitch a whole year to promote me?]]
23rd Apr '17 6:25:31 PM ciano
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* TricksterMentor: Morty, portrayed by ChristopherWalken in a role similar to his character in {{Nine Lives}}.

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* TricksterMentor: Morty, portrayed by ChristopherWalken in a role similar to his character in {{Nine Lives}}.''[[Film/NineLives2016 Nine Lives (2016)]]''.
23rd Apr '17 6:18:09 PM ciano
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* TricksterMentor: Morty, portrayed by [[Christopher Walken]] in a role similar to his character in {{Nine Lives}}.* 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 to 2023 and 2029.

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* TricksterMentor: Morty, portrayed by [[Christopher Walken]] ChristopherWalken in a role similar to his character in {{Nine Lives}}.Lives}}.
* 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 to 2023 and 2029.
23rd Apr '17 6:16:42 PM ciano
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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 to 2023 and 2029.

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* TricksterMentor: Morty, portrayed by [[Christopher Walken]] in a role similar to his character in {{Nine Lives}}.* 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 to 2023 and 2029.
9th Mar '17 4:54:13 AM Max96
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* Workaholic: Michael's FatalFlaw.

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* Workaholic: {{Workaholic}}: Michael's FatalFlaw.
16th Jan '17 6:42:53 PM tvtropesruinedmylife22
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Not to be confused with a ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' short story of the same name with the same concept, albeit done in a different fashion.
16th Jan '17 1:11:06 PM Mikeyfan93
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* ProductPlacement: [=BedBath=] & Beyond is a real store chain.

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* ProductPlacement: [=BedBath=] Michael gets the remote at a Bed Bath & Beyond is a real store chain.Beyond.
2nd Jan '17 11:52:58 AM FallenDelf
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*** And then there's this bombshell:
--->'''Ben''': [[spoiler:Grandpa... died, Dad. He died a while back now.]]
11th Dec '16 5:16:31 AM LadWatcher
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* EarnYourHappyEnding: 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.

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Inverted; Michael chioses chooses 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.
7th Nov '16 1:46:08 PM ngh93
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*NeverTrustATrailer: The trailer implied that this was your typical hilarious Sandler comedy. It's actually rather depressing.
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