History Fridge / SamAndMaxFreelancePolice

11th Jan '16 4:34:18 PM ml0085
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* Max was president during Season 3, meaning [[spoiler: the country is left without a president after he dies. And even if the Past Max takes over the role, the president still became a gigantic monster that nearly destroyed New York, meaning [[HeroWithBadPublicity he's probably in for a difficult reelection campaign.]]
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* Max was president during Season 3, meaning [[spoiler: the country is left without a president after he dies. And even if the Past Max takes over the role, the president still became a gigantic monster that nearly destroyed New York, meaning [[HeroWithBadPublicity he's probably in for a difficult reelection campaign.]]]]]]
11th Jan '16 4:34:01 PM ml0085
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* Max was president during Season 3, meaning [[spoiler: the country is left without a president after he dies. And even if the Past Max takes over the role, the president still became a gigantic monster that nearly destroyed New York, meaning he's probably in for a difficult reelection campaign.]]
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* Max was president during Season 3, meaning [[spoiler: the country is left without a president after he dies. And even if the Past Max takes over the role, the president still became a gigantic monster that nearly destroyed New York, meaning [[HeroWithBadPublicity he's probably in for a difficult reelection campaign.]]
8th Jan '16 5:49:57 PM ml0085
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* Max was president during Season 3, meaning [[spoiler: the country is left without a president after he dies. And even if the Past Max takes over the role, the president still became a gigantic monster that nearly destroyed New York, meaning he's probably in for a difficult reelection campaign.]]
31st Aug '14 11:45:33 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* Likely unintentional example - In ''[[VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse]]'', Max sees strange images when looking through FirstPersonCamera that initially start off psychedelic and cheerful in ''Episode 1'' (floating wrenches, Sam's tie being replaced with a fish, a beach ball bouncing along the stools at Stinky's Diner), but become less common and more 'solid', thus more difficult to distinguish from reality, as the story progresses. WordOfGod is that these images are echoes of Maxes from other universes going on adventures, since they share a sort of HiveMind. The more you think about it, the worse it gets:
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* Likely unintentional example - In ''[[VideoGame/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse]]'', ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxTheDevilsPlayhouse'', Max sees strange images when looking through FirstPersonCamera that initially start off psychedelic and cheerful in ''Episode 1'' (floating wrenches, Sam's tie being replaced with a fish, a beach ball bouncing along the stools at Stinky's Diner), but become less common and more 'solid', thus more difficult to distinguish from reality, as the story progresses. WordOfGod is that these images are echoes of Maxes from other universes going on adventures, since they share a sort of HiveMind. The more you think about it, the worse it gets:

** If you think about it, the events of the third season very likely could have been avoided had Skun'kape not [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy used the Eyes of Yog Soggoth to make accommodations and prevent himself from being trapped in the Penal Zone again]], the fact that in the first part of the game, it shows how the events were ''supposed'' to be played out, it shows a scenario where they saved the world again, with SamAndMax getting the key to the city, meaning that the entire conflict with the Devils Toybox could have been avoided if [[ScrewDestiny one ape didn't use future vision to stop the whole thing]].
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** If you think about it, the events of the third season very likely could have been avoided had Skun'kape not [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy used the Eyes of Yog Soggoth to make accommodations and prevent himself from being trapped in the Penal Zone again]], the fact that in the first part of the game, it shows how the events were ''supposed'' to be played out, it shows a scenario where they saved the world again, with SamAndMax Sam & Max getting the key to the city, meaning that the entire conflict with the Devils Toybox could have been avoided if [[ScrewDestiny one ape didn't use future vision to stop the whole thing]].
30th Jun '14 11:53:56 PM immortalfrieza
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* Related to the above, the process for undoing hypnosis and brainwashing involves "destroying the inturder (the brainwasher) in their mind". Given how incredibly violently psychotic Max is at the best of times, it's unlikely ANY being in his mind doesn't get killed constantly, not to mention a foreign one, so of course he's immune.
30th Jun '14 5:02:57 AM immortalfrieza
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* At the finale of season 1, the entire population of Earth is hypnotized into thinking they are and acting like Max. Think of the implications of that for a second, there's BILLIONS of people acting like that completely psychotic little bunny. The fact that anybody is left alive for another season to happen is surprising.
15th May '13 3:22:31 AM Farmelle
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* How did Papierwaite stay alive for so long? Generic dark magic, right? Not quite. He says to Max in 303 that the secret of his apparent immortality is too bizarre for the mortal mind to comprehend. Sure, dark magic can probably [[GoMadFromTheRevelation cause insanity]]. But in 305, [[spoiler: he and Yog-Soggoth are exposed to radiation, and Yog-Soggoth comments that they'll have to wait out the half-life, making it necessary for them to stick together another hundred years. As long as Yog-Soggoth and Papierwaite are stuck together, he cannot die. And elder beasts are infamous for making mortal minds go mad...]]
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* How did Papierwaite stay alive for so long? Generic dark magic, right? Not quite. He says to Max in 303 that the secret of his apparent immortality is too bizarre for the mortal mind to comprehend. Sure, dark magic can probably [[GoMadFromTheRevelation cause insanity]]. But in 305, [[spoiler: he and Yog-Soggoth are exposed to radiation, and Yog-Soggoth comments that they'll have to wait out the half-life, making it necessary for them to stick together another hundred years. As long as Yog-Soggoth and Papierwaite are stuck together, he cannot die. And elder beasts are infamous for making mortal minds go mad...]] ]] ** If you try to open Papierwaite's door from the inside of his office in 303, you get this exchange. -->'''Sam:''' It's locked. What sort of paranoid weirdo keeps his door locked from the inside? -->'''Sammun-Mak:''' I locked all my slaves in my birthday pyramid after they finished building it. -->'''Sam:''' Papierwaite's not a slave! -->'''Sammun-Mak:''' Isn't he? *** Given that Sammun-Mak refers to Papierwaite as "a lowly scribe" if you examine his books, and Sammun-Mak has a general tendency for viewing everyone as beneath him, this statement seems like just another joke. [[spoiler: But it also serves as foreshadowing that there's another presence waiting in the wings.]]
15th May '13 12:54:40 AM Farmelle
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* How did Papierwaite stay alive for so long? Generic dark magic, right? Not quite. He says to Max in 303 that the secret of his apparent immortality is too bizarre for the mortal mind to comprehend. Sure, dark magic can probably [[GoMadFromTheRevelation cause insanity]]. But in 305, [[spoiler: he and Yog-Soggoth are exposed to radiation, and Yog-Soggoth comments that they'll have to wait out the half-life, making it necessary for them to stick together another hundred years. As long as Yog-Soggoth and Papierwaite are stuck together, he cannot die. And elder beasts are infamous for making mortal minds go mad...]]
9th May '13 11:28:21 AM Farmelle
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* This may not be intentional, but at the very ending of 305, there are two possible explanations for [[spoiler: Max's head catching on fire, even though the Narrator stayed behind to fix it. Either his efforts failed, or what he said to Sam was just a lie, his grudge against Max was intact and he sabotaged the situation. The latter seems a bit more likely, considering two lines. When Sam asks what the Narrator is doing in Max's brain, the Narrator replies that he is Max's brain. And right before Max's head catches fire, one of the spores complains that "''my head is killing me''".]]
8th Apr '13 7:59:24 PM gumbal1
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* "Please poke the eyes to see an ancient and brutal civilization spring to life."[[spoiler:Wait, you mean the one that occurs after Sammun-Mak gets close to the Toybox after Papierwaite breaks it off with Skun'ka'pe? You know, because his minion assaulted Sal after Sal]]''[[spoiler: poked him in the eye?]]''

* "Please poke the eyes to see an ancient and brutal civilization spring to life."[[spoiler:Wait, you mean the one that occurs after Sammun-Mak gets close to the Toybox after Papierwaite breaks it off with Skun'ka'pe? You know, because his minion assaulted Sal after Sal]]''[[spoiler: poked him in the eye?]]'' ----
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* "Please poke the eyes to see an ancient and brutal civilization spring to life."[[spoiler:Wait, you mean the one that occurs after Sammun-Mak gets close to the Toybox after Papierwaite breaks it off with Skun'ka'pe? You know, because his minion assaulted Sal after Sal]]''[[spoiler: poked him in the eye?]]'' ----
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