History FreezeFrameBonus / LiveActionTV

12th Jun '17 9:39:24 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/ATouchOfCloth'', during a scene in which Cloth is running through a hospital corridor. For about a second or two, there's a sign visible on the wall behind him listing the various hospital wards: pausing reveals that they have joke names such as [[Film/CarryOn "Hattie Jacques Ward"]], [[TheXFactor "Shayne]] [[IncrediblyLamePun Ward"]], and [[TakeThatAudience "Pause Button OCD Ward"]].

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* ''Series/ATouchOfCloth'', during a scene in which Cloth is running through a hospital corridor. For about a second or two, there's a sign visible on the wall behind him listing the various hospital wards: pausing reveals that they have joke names such as [[Film/CarryOn "Hattie Jacques Ward"]], [[TheXFactor [[Series/TheXFactor "Shayne]] [[IncrediblyLamePun Ward"]], and [[TakeThatAudience "Pause Button OCD Ward"]].
7th Apr '17 8:28:24 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': The book Ned consults to discover the true parentage of [[spoiler:Robert Baratheon's children]] has a page listing several members of House Targaryen mentioned in the novels: there's King Viserys II, King Aegon IV, Queen Naerys, Princess Daena the Defiant, King Daeron II, Queen Myriah Martell, Princess Daenerys (GOT Daenerys' namesake), Prince Baelor, King Aerys I, Prince Rhaegel, Prince Maekar and even the Blackfyres: Daemon, Aegon, Aemon and Daemon II.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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The book Ned consults to discover the true parentage of [[spoiler:Robert Baratheon's children]] has a page listing several members of House Targaryen mentioned in the novels: there's King Viserys II, King Aegon IV, Queen Naerys, Princess Daena the Defiant, King Daeron II, Queen Myriah Martell, Princess Daenerys (GOT Daenerys' namesake), Prince Baelor, King Aerys I, Prince Rhaegel, Prince Maekar and even the Blackfyres: Daemon, Aegon, Aemon and Daemon II.


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** The necklace Ser Dontos gives Sansa is missing one of its fake gems when Littlefinger takes it off Sansa aboard his boat, and which Littlefinger confirms contained the poison used to kill Joffrey. Even better: the gem is already missing during the Purple Wedding. Freeze frame right after Olenna touches the necklace.
6th Feb '17 6:15:57 PM gaimanite.pkat
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* In the seventh episode of ''Series/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'', there is actually a spoiler that can be viewed by freeze-framing. As Violet searches for answers about her parents in the Lucky Smells Lumbermill library, she finds one book that has not had its contents redacted. [[spoiler: If you pause when she opens the book, you can read that the Baudelaire parents were responsible for putting out the lumbermill fire, not setting it, and that the arsonist was likely a disgruntled mill worker.]] Comically enough, the final sentence of the page [[spoiler: sets up for a reveal of Sir's real name, but continues to the other side right before the name is revealed!]]
16th Nov '16 4:14:35 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Series/30Rock'': Liz makes a large pro and con list for her deadbeat boyfriend Dennis. Pros include "too lazy to cheat," "already seen me throw up twice" and "takes good care of his feet." Cons include "listens to Music/{{Winger}}," "doesn't like his mother," "his mother doesn't like me" and "I don't like his mother."

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* ''Series/30Rock'': ''Series/ThirtyRock'': Liz makes a large pro and con list for her deadbeat boyfriend Dennis. Pros include "too lazy to cheat," "already seen me throw up twice" and "takes good care of his feet." Cons include "listens to Music/{{Winger}}," "doesn't like his mother," "his mother doesn't like me" and "I don't like his mother."
16th Nov '16 4:14:12 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Series/30Rock'': Liz makes a large pro and con list for her deadbeat boyfriend Dennis. Pros include "too lazy to cheat," "already seen me throw up twice" and "takes good care of his feet." Cons include "listens to Music/{{Winger}}," "doesn't like his mother," "his mother doesn't like me" and "I don't like his mother."
2nd Oct '16 8:07:01 PM nombretomado
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* {{ER}}: The names of patients on the wall behind the nurses' station were actually that of various crew members and occasionally the real life names of the cast. Then, in the final season, as several doctors prepared to leave, they were taken down to basement to put their name plates on the wall. On closer look, indeed, the names of ''every'' doctor/nurse who had left the staff/cast by whatever means was present (making this a nice ContinuityNod as well)).

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* {{ER}}: ''Series/{{ER}}'': The names of patients on the wall behind the nurses' station were actually that of various crew members and occasionally the real life names of the cast. Then, in the final season, as several doctors prepared to leave, they were taken down to basement to put their name plates on the wall. On closer look, indeed, the names of ''every'' doctor/nurse who had left the staff/cast by whatever means was present (making this a nice ContinuityNod as well)).
3rd Jul '16 11:41:59 AM TheUnsquished
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* ''Series/Arrow'', In the 3rd episode, "Lone Gunman," a bit of plot development is revealed as one of the names tattooed on [[spoiler:Deadshot]]'s chest during a camera shot is Andrew Diggle.

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* ''Series/Arrow'', ''{{Series/Arrow}}'', In the 3rd episode, "Lone Gunman," a bit of plot development is revealed as one of the names tattooed on [[spoiler:Deadshot]]'s chest during a camera shot is Andrew Diggle.
24th Jun '16 2:26:30 PM DawnBTVS
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* ''Series/Arrow'', In the 3rd episode, "Lone Gunman," a bit of plot development is revealed as one of the names tattooed on [[spoiler:Deadshot]]'s chest during a camera shot is Andrew Diggle.
29th May '16 10:22:23 AM nombretomado
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* ''GoodLuckCharlie'': The chalkboard on the fridge has a section for chores, as well as sections for each Duncan, even Charlie. If it's visible, expect it to at least vaguely be in the episode and most of the time a huge part of the episode.

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* ''GoodLuckCharlie'': ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'': The chalkboard on the fridge has a section for chores, as well as sections for each Duncan, even Charlie. If it's visible, expect it to at least vaguely be in the episode and most of the time a huge part of the episode.
18th May '16 9:05:45 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''TrailerParkBoys'': In one episode, a character reads a written note aloud as the camera focuses on it. After he is done, the camera pans down slightly for a split second to reveal [[UnreadablyFastText extra text]], which says "If you're freeze-framing this on DVD, you're fucked!"

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* ''TrailerParkBoys'': ''Series/TrailerParkBoys'': In one episode, a character reads a written note aloud as the camera focuses on it. After he is done, the camera pans down slightly for a split second to reveal [[UnreadablyFastText extra text]], which says "If you're freeze-framing this on DVD, you're fucked!"
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