History FunnyAneurysmMoment / LiveActionTV

17th Jun '16 4:51:52 PM nombretomado
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* ''That70sShow'':

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22nd May '16 4:29:22 PM Divra
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* On ''Series/TheRedSkeltonShow'', Red often told stories in his monologue about his family- his wife Georgia, and his children, Richard and Valentina. The cute jokes are very hard to watch if you know that his son Richard died of leukemia just short of his 10th birthday, and Red took it very hard. Later, he was divorced from Georgia, and Georgia committed suicide on the 18th anniversary of Richard's death.


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* ''Series/RedDwarf'': managed to pull this in a single episode, mre specifically in series VII, episode "Stoke Me A Clipper". The opening shows dimension-hopping hero [[TheAce Ace Rimmer]] rescuing a princess from parallel-dimension Nazis, a process which involves jumping out of an aeroplane, skyboarding on a ''live crocodile'' gunning down a platoon's worth of Nazis in midair and performing several stunts on a motorcycle. Ace gets shot int the process, but only quips "This is my best top, dammit!" (as befits his macho character) and goes back to work. However the rest of the episode gets dark, since it is shown that Ace is not only dying from the wound, he's also a HardLightHologram, which in turn means that the real Ace (who was a semi-frequent guest character in earlier series) is dead, and probably has been for some time.
* On ''Series/TheRedSkeltonShow'', Red often told stories in his monologue about his family- his wife Georgia, and his children, Richard and Valentina. The cute jokes are very hard to watch if you know that his son Richard died of leukemia just short of his 10th birthday, and Red took it very hard. Later, he was divorced from Georgia, and Georgia committed suicide on the 18th anniversary of Richard's death.
19th May '16 1:55:25 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** The Tenth and Eleventh Doctors' post-regeneration complaints about not being ginger. In the episode "Amy's Choice," [[spoiler:the MonsterOfTheWeek is [[spoiler:an EvilRedhead played by Creator/TobyJones, who turns out to be a twisted manifestation of the Doctor's self-loathing. BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor, Doc...]]

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** The Tenth and Eleventh Doctors' post-regeneration complaints about not being ginger. In the episode "Amy's Choice," [[spoiler:the the MonsterOfTheWeek is [[spoiler:an an EvilRedhead played (played by Creator/TobyJones, Creator/TobyJones) who turns [[spoiler:turns out to be a twisted manifestation of the Doctor's self-loathing. BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor, Doc...]]
19th May '16 1:54:20 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** The Tenth and Eleventh Doctors' post-regeneration complaints about not being ginger. In the episode "Amy's Choice," [[spoiler:the MonsterOfTheWeek turns out to be a twisted manifestation of the Doctor's self-loathing. And he's an EvilRedhead played by Creator/TobyJones. BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor, Doctor...]]

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** The Tenth and Eleventh Doctors' post-regeneration complaints about not being ginger. In the episode "Amy's Choice," [[spoiler:the MonsterOfTheWeek is [[spoiler:an EvilRedhead played by Creator/TobyJones, who turns out to be a twisted manifestation of the Doctor's self-loathing. And he's an EvilRedhead played by Creator/TobyJones. BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor, Doctor...Doc...]]
19th May '16 1:53:00 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** The Tenth and Eleventh Doctor's post-regeneration complaints about not being ginger. In the episode "Amy's Choice," [[spoiler:the MonsterOfTheWeek turns out to be an evil version of the Doctor -- specifically, a twisted manifestation of his self-loathing. [[EvilRedhead And he's ginger.]]]]

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** The Tenth and Eleventh Doctor's Doctors' post-regeneration complaints about not being ginger. In the episode "Amy's Choice," [[spoiler:the MonsterOfTheWeek turns out to be an evil version of the Doctor -- specifically, a twisted manifestation of his the Doctor's self-loathing. [[EvilRedhead And he's ginger.]]]]an EvilRedhead played by Creator/TobyJones. BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor, Doctor...]]
18th May '16 2:38:23 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''Series/{{Newsradio}}'':

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** Lest anyone think Phil Hartman's death is the only FAM material on ''{{Newsradio}}'', the AbortedArc with a character played by Lauren Graham being brought in as Mr. James' "Plan B" for the station became a little cringe-worthy in 2009 when Lauren Graham replaced ''Series/{{Newsradio}}'' alumnus Maura Tierney on ''Series/{{Parenthood}}'' after Tierney left to undergo treatment for breast cancer.

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** Lest anyone think Phil Hartman's death is the only FAM material on ''{{Newsradio}}'', ''{{Series/NewsRadio}}'', the AbortedArc with a character played by Lauren Graham being brought in as Mr. James' "Plan B" for the station became a little cringe-worthy in 2009 when Lauren Graham replaced ''Series/{{Newsradio}}'' ''Series/{{Series/NewsRadio}}'' alumnus Maura Tierney on ''Series/{{Parenthood}}'' after Tierney left to undergo treatment for breast cancer.
13th May '16 1:16:11 AM SublightMonster
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* ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver'': In Season 5, one episode starts with perpetually distracted driver Crystal announcing "I think I'm going home soon!" [[spoiler: A few episodes later, she would be sent home, not by graduating, but after learning that her brother-in-law was killed by a distracted driver.]]
6th Apr '16 12:19:14 PM Sapphirea2
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** The hopeful ending of the 50th anniversary special [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]], particularly the Eleventh Doctor's closing monologue about [[spoiler: returning to Gallifrey]] "the long way 'round", is ''much'' more bittersweet if not outright bitter two seasons later. First, the Eleventh Doctor doesn't get to be the one to pull off the feat; his very next story sees him spend a millennium on Trenzalore instead and he finally regenerates. Then, the three-part finale of Series 9 sees the ''Twelfth'' Doctor pull it off...but not in the way Eleven would have hoped. It's because [[spoiler: the Time Lords betray him, arranging for his capture and torture -- and inadvertently paving the way for the death of Clara Oswald, the woman who inspired the Doctors to save Gallifrey. Twelve goes mad with grief and rage and fights his way back to his homeworld over four-and-a-half billion years. On Gallifrey, he is a wanted yet admired man who overthrows the powers that be, only to become a renegade once more as a result of his mad quest to save Clara from the grave]]. '''Ouch.'''

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** The hopeful ending of the 50th anniversary special [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]], particularly the Eleventh Doctor's closing monologue about [[spoiler: returning to Gallifrey]] "the long way 'round", is ''much'' more bittersweet if not outright bitter two seasons later. First, the Eleventh Doctor doesn't get to be the one to pull off the feat; his very next story sees him spend a millennium on Trenzalore instead and he finally regenerates. regenerates. Then, the three-part finale of Series 9 sees the ''Twelfth'' Doctor pull it off...but not in the way Eleven would have hoped. It's because [[spoiler: the Time Lords betray him, arranging for his capture and torture -- and inadvertently paving the way for the death of Clara Oswald, the woman who inspired the Doctors to save Gallifrey. Gallifrey. Twelve goes mad with grief and rage and fights his way back to his homeworld over four-and-a-half billion years. years. On Gallifrey, he is a wanted yet admired man who overthrows the powers that be, only to become a renegade once more as a result of his mad quest to save Clara from the grave]]. grave]]. '''Ouch.'''
6th Apr '16 12:19:12 PM Sapphirea2
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** The hopeful ending of the 50th anniversary special [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]], particularly the Eleventh Doctor's closing monologue about [[spoiler: returning to Gallifrey]] "the long way 'round", is ''much'' more bittersweet if not outright bitter two seasons later. First, the Eleventh Doctor doesn't get to be the one to pull off the feat; his very next story sees him spend a millennium on Trenzalore instead and he finally regenerates. Then, the three-part finale of Series 9 sees the ''Twelfth'' Doctor pull it off...but not in the way Eleven would have hoped. It's because [[spoiler: the Time Lords betray him, arranging for his capture and torture -- and inadvertently paving the way for the death of Clara Oswald, the woman who inspired the Doctors to save Gallifrey. Twelve goes mad with grief and rage and fights his way back to his homeworld over four-and-a-half billion years. On Gallifrey, he is a wanted yet admired man who overthrows the powers that be, only to become a renegade once more as a result of his mad quest to save Clara from the grave]]. '''Ouch.'''
1st Apr '16 8:50:48 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** The Tenth and Eleventh Doctor's post-regeneration complaints about not being ginger. In the episode "Amy's Choice," [[spoiler:the MonsterOfTheWeek turns out to be an evil version of the Doctor -- specifically, a twisted manifestation of his self-loathing. [[EvilRedhead And he's ginger.]]]]
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