History Film / MrsDoubtfire

8th Apr '17 3:34:09 PM tyrekecorrea
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* TakeFive: At Bridges Restaurant. With Miranda having gone to escort Nattie to the bathroom, Mrs. Doubtfire directs Chris and Lydia to leave the table preview the desert trays so she can be alone with Stu and take the piss out of him.

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* TakeFive: At Bridges Restaurant. With Miranda having gone to escort Nattie to the bathroom, Mrs. Doubtfire directs Chris and Lydia to leave the table and preview the desert trays so she can be alone with Stu and take the piss out of him.
8th Apr '17 3:31:01 PM tyrekecorrea
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* TakeFive: At Bridges Restaurant. With Miranda having gone to escort Nattie to the bathroom, Mrs. Doubtfire directs Chris at Lydia to preview the desert trays so she can get Stu alone and take the piss out of him.

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* TakeFive: At Bridges Restaurant. With Miranda having gone to escort Nattie to the bathroom, Mrs. Doubtfire directs Chris at and Lydia to leave the table preview the desert trays so she can get Stu be alone with Stu and take the piss out of him.
8th Apr '17 3:26:25 PM tyrekecorrea
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* TakeFive: At Bridges Restaurant. With Miranda having gone to escort Nattie to the bathroom, Mrs. Doubtfire directs Chris at Lydia to preview the desert trays so she can get Stu alone and take the piss out of him.
8th Apr '17 3:14:26 PM tyrekecorrea
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* ToiletSeatDivorce: The immediate cause of their divorce is that Daniel threw a birthday party for their son despite Miranda's veto (which, in turn, was a response to the son's poor grades). However, later in the film, Miranda reveals to Mrs. Doubtfire that she'd spent the last few years overworked to compensate for Daniel's chronic unemployment and frustrated with his reckless parenting style.

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* ToiletSeatDivorce: The immediate cause of their divorce is that Daniel threw a birthday party for their son despite Miranda's veto (which, in turn, was a response to the son's poor grades). However, later Later in the film, Daniel (as Mrs. Doubtfire) asks if the sole reason she divorced him is because he doesn't appreciate the way she organizes the condiments in the kitchen. It wasn't. Miranda reveals to Mrs. Doubtfire that she'd spent the last few years overworked to compensate for Daniel's chronic unemployment and frustrated with his reckless parenting style.



** When he first returned home as Mrs. Doubtfire, he asked if the sole reason she divorced him is because he doesn't appreciate the way she organizes the condiments in the kitchen. It wasn't.

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** When he first returned home as Mrs. Doubtfire, he asked if the sole reason she divorced him is because he doesn't appreciate the way she organizes the condiments in the kitchen. It wasn't.* TokenTrio: High schooler Lydia, middle schooler Chris, and grade schooler Natalie.
12th Mar '17 10:52:35 AM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: The ShowWithinAShow Daniel ends up working on as "Mrs. Doubtfire" is pretty much MisterRogersNeighborhood with a female host.

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* ShoutOut: The ShowWithinAShow Daniel ends up working on as "Mrs. Doubtfire" is pretty much MisterRogersNeighborhood ''Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood'' with a female host.
7th Mar '17 8:51:38 AM speedyboris
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* DudeNotFunny: Invoked in the scene when Mrs. Doubtfire first meets Miranda and the kids. Miranda begins to diss Daniel, and Mrs. Doubtfire tells Miranda that it's appropriate to send the kids out of the room before verbally bashing their father. Miranda tries to make a joke: "If I did that, I might never see them again." She immediately apologizes after Mrs. Doubtfire's stern look and lack of laughter from the kids.
1st Mar '17 11:39:41 AM speedyboris
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* OhCrap: When Miranda tells Mrs. Doubtfire that the court worker told her about an old woman going to Daniel's home, followed by a scary stare and saying "I need to ask you something." You can practically see the horror in Daniel's face. Luckily, it was about Mrs. Doubtfire's personal life.

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* OhCrap: When Miranda tells Mrs. Doubtfire that the court worker told her about an old woman going to Daniel's home, followed by a scary stare and saying "I need to ask you something."Mrs. Doubtfire..." in a seemingly accusatory tone. You can practically see the horror in Daniel's face. Luckily, it was about Mrs. Doubtfire's personal life.life.
** When a half-drunk Daniel accidentally sits at Lundy's table in his Doubtfire garb:
--> '''Lundy''': ...Daniel??\\
'''Daniel''': Yeah?\\
'''Lundy''': Why in ''God's name'' are you dressed like a woman?!\\
'''Daniel''': ''(quietly)'' ...Oh damn.
28th Feb '17 3:07:43 PM LtFedora
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* RomanticFalseLead: Averted. Maranda's new boyfriend Stu is portrayed as a perfectly decent guy who seems to be a stable and mature father for the kids. His sole bad moment is when he badmouths Daniel by the poolside, but that's easily justified for a number of reasons (he hurt Maranda, for one) and he never speaks ill of Daniel in earshot of the children.

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* RomanticFalseLead: Averted. Maranda's Miranda's new boyfriend Stu is portrayed as a perfectly decent guy who seems to be a stable and mature father for the kids. His sole bad moment is when he badmouths Daniel by the poolside, but that's easily justified for a number of reasons (he hurt Maranda, Miranda, for one) and he never speaks ill of Daniel in earshot of the children.
28th Feb '17 2:01:47 PM speedyboris
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* ThrowItIn: The movie's opening scene has Daniel recording lines for a cartoon, and improvising dialogue that wasn't in the script. He does this out of protest against the animation's innocuous portrayal of smoking, considering it inappropriate for children. This leads to him getting fired yet again. [[invoked]]

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* ThrowItIn: In-universe: The movie's opening scene has Daniel recording lines for a cartoon, and improvising dialogue that wasn't in the script. He does this out of protest against the animation's innocuous portrayal of smoking, considering it inappropriate for children. This leads to him getting fired yet again. [[invoked]]
28th Feb '17 2:01:00 PM speedyboris
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* TakeThisJobAndShoveIt: When Daniel is not allowed to deviate from the script that calls for him to promote smoking in a cartoon:
--> '''Director''': If you leave, you're not comin' back in. I'm not takin' any crap from you, pal.\\
'''Daniel''': Well, in the words of WesternAnimation/PorkyPig: P-p-p-p-p-p-piss off, Lou. ''(walks out)''
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