History Headscratchers / SuburbanKnights

4th Sep '16 1:32:32 PM costanton11
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** In real life, Doug moved between the filing of that review and Suburban Knights, so his house was different in this film.

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** In real life, Doug moved between the filing filming of that review and Suburban Knights, so his house was different in this film.
3rd Sep '16 5:47:15 PM costanton11
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** In real life, Doug moved between the filing of that review and Suburban Knights, so his house was different in this film.
27th Jun '16 7:21:09 PM costanton11
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** As for an in-universe explanation, maybe he was still in awe at being 3D over a year later.
1st Apr '16 9:43:44 AM costanton11
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* So, Linkara, who's fought an evil robot from another world, an interdimensional dictator, and a giant fracking robot, can't take an oversized rat? And meanwhile, Spoony, who has gone against a Black Lantern version of himself, a headless, and similar threats, just runs like a pansy as soon as danger shows up? Or is Suburban Knights not in canon with the others shows?

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* So, Linkara, who's fought an evil robot from another world, an interdimensional inter dimensional dictator, and a giant fracking robot, can't take an oversized rat? And meanwhile, Spoony, who has gone against a Black Lantern version of himself, a headless, and similar threats, just runs like a pansy as soon as danger shows up? Or is Suburban Knights not in canon with the others shows?



** In part 6, Linkara and Joe [[CombatPragmatist make indiscriminate use of their guns in a swordfight.]]

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** In part 6, Linkara and Joe [[CombatPragmatist make indiscriminate use of their guns in a swordfight.sword fight.]]



*** Linkara has a Starfleet teleporter. I assume that's also how he suddenly changed into his Admiral uniform. Or it's another setting on his morpher (along with clasic Linkara and Zeo!kara)

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*** Linkara has a Starfleet teleporter. I assume that's also how he suddenly changed into his Admiral uniform. Or it's another setting on his morpher (along with clasic classic Linkara and Zeo!kara)



* Malachite tracks the original map correct, not the photocopy. So, if it's a chainletter, shouldn't the Critic's original map have also been a photocopy?

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* Malachite tracks the original map correct, not the photocopy. So, if it's a chainletter, chain letter, shouldn't the Critic's original map have also been a photocopy?



** [[spoiler:It is possible that now that Linkara knows magic uses up a bit of life force he realizes that his magic gun doesn't have unlimited ammunition and only as many magic shots as the gun's spirit has remaining lifeforce. He may be conserving magic shots for more important matters or to spare the spirit of the gun]]
**** [[spoiler: He's used the gun for 3+ Years, and the girl who was sacrificed parents spent her whole life planning this. Presumabley the weapon was made specifically to bypass the CastFromHitPoints drawback, or else it wouldn't be worth all of that effort. Plus it was shown magic has a drain on the living, but there's no telling how it works with spirits, and the spirt could very well have a infinite supply.]]
**** It's also possibly that only BlackMagic drains your lifeforce. Linkara uses the magic gun for (mostly) heroic purposes, whereas Malachite is using magic to ''slaughter'' people. Adding further credence to this, we've seen numerous other characters using magic without the drawback.

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** [[spoiler:It is possible that now that Linkara knows magic uses up a bit of life force he realizes that his magic gun doesn't have unlimited ammunition and only as many magic shots as the gun's spirit has remaining lifeforce.life force. He may be conserving magic shots for more important matters or to spare the spirit of the gun]]
**** [[spoiler: He's used the gun for 3+ Years, and the girl who was sacrificed parents spent her whole life planning this. Presumabley Presumably the weapon was made specifically to bypass the CastFromHitPoints drawback, or else it wouldn't be worth all of that effort. Plus it was shown magic has a drain on the living, but there's no telling how it works with spirits, and the spirt could very well have a infinite supply.]]
**** It's also possibly that only BlackMagic drains your lifeforce.life force. Linkara uses the magic gun for (mostly) heroic purposes, whereas Malachite is using magic to ''slaughter'' people. Adding further credence to this, we've seen numerous other characters using magic without the drawback.



*** Not really, since it would come after Linkara, Jow & Lupa shooting Malachite to no avail. Whilst they could have rearranged the scene so that the Snob shot first, it would make Linkara trying the same thing redundant.

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*** Not really, since it would come after Linkara, Jow Joe & Lupa shooting Malachite to no avail. Whilst they could have rearranged the scene so that the Snob shot first, it would make Linkara trying the same thing redundant.



** Well, even then, [[spoiler: Suede]] probably picked up some magic from the other obstacles (thus is dramatic sudden entrance), and the spirit of the Gun is probably an ample power source for a resurrection spell. I believe there even was a spell for that in Malechite's book.

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** Well, even then, [[spoiler: Suede]] probably picked up some magic from the other obstacles (thus is dramatic sudden entrance), and the spirit of the Gun is probably an ample power source for a resurrection spell. I believe there even was a spell for that in Malechite's Malachite's book.



** Maybye he has the same excuse as Mandarin in 90's IronMan cartoon? Hates technology to the point of trying to destroy it all but is ''not a fanatic'' (as Mandarin put it) and will use it if it's necessary?

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** Maybye Maybe he has the same excuse as Mandarin in 90's IronMan cartoon? Hates technology to the point of trying to destroy it all but is ''not a fanatic'' (as Mandarin put it) and will use it if it's necessary?



* Shouldn't Jaffers be a bit more depressed by what's happened since he was imprisoned? He did use the internet, so it's hard to believe that he didn't look up what happened while he was sealed away. After all, TheEighties alone had the Challenger explosion, Tianenmen Square, Chernobyl, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking tacky fasion]], and many other things

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* Shouldn't Jaffers be a bit more depressed by what's happened since he was imprisoned? He did use the internet, so it's hard to believe that he didn't look up what happened while he was sealed away. After all, TheEighties alone had the Challenger explosion, Tianenmen Tiananmen Square, Chernobyl, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking tacky fasion]], fashion]], and many other things



** Bennet was refering to the anniversary movies taking place "Elseworld" to explain the lack of continuity between the 20+ storylines that the reviewers have and the events in the movies. Things such as Linkara hating Joe in Kickassia and Jew Wario and the Chick becoming 'friendly' in Suburban Knights are written off as basically being an Alternate History story.

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** Bennet was refering referring to the anniversary movies taking place "Elseworld" to explain the lack of continuity between the 20+ storylines that the reviewers have and the events in the movies. Things such as Linkara hating Joe in Kickassia and Jew Wario and the Chick becoming 'friendly' in Suburban Knights are written off as basically being an Alternate History story.



** The "Elseworld" theory has been thoroughly Jossed as of ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'', which manages to both tie in all the previous plotlines ''and'' explain away the discrepancies.

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** The "Elseworld" theory has been thoroughly Jossed as of ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'', which manages to both tie in all the previous plotlines plot lines ''and'' explain away the discrepancies.



** I have the impression that Doug only played the 2D Zelda games in his childhood, and he hasn't played any of the newer ones. He probably have heard about them but doesn't know all the plot details or specifics. His comment about the chickens attacking him sounds more like something from Alttp, and he's just the right age for being a SNES kid(also notice he calls them ''chickens'' and not ''cuccos'', like in all the games after Ocarina of Time). And well, character developtment and everything, Zelda does still get kidnapped a lot (but she's no Peach, definitely!)

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** I have the impression that Doug only played the 2D Zelda games in his childhood, and he hasn't played any of the newer ones. He probably have heard about them but doesn't know all the plot details or specifics. His comment about the chickens attacking him sounds more like something from Alttp, and he's just the right age for being a SNES kid(also notice he calls them ''chickens'' and not ''cuccos'', like in all the games after Ocarina of Time). And well, character developtment development and everything, Zelda does still get kidnapped a lot (but she's no Peach, definitely!)



*** Or, alternatively, we get a shot of Malachite staring at the field early in the movie. Perhaps he knew where it was hidden, but Jaffers had put a spell on the Stormdrain of Secrets that prevented Malachite from withdrawing the gauntlet, leading him to search for a catspaw.
* Why is it that the DVD cover doesen't have [[spoiler:Suede]] in it?

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*** Or, alternatively, we get a shot of Malachite staring at the field early in the movie. Perhaps he knew where it was hidden, but Jaffers had put a spell on the Stormdrain Storm drain of Secrets that prevented Malachite from withdrawing the gauntlet, leading him to search for a catspaw.
* Why is it that the DVD cover doesen't doesn't have [[spoiler:Suede]] in it?
1st Jun '15 10:40:07 AM TVRulezAgain
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** The "Elseworld" theory has been thoroughly Jossed as of ''ToBoldlyFlee'', which manages to both tie in all the previous plotlines ''and'' explain away the discrepancies.

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** The "Elseworld" theory has been thoroughly Jossed as of ''ToBoldlyFlee'', ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee'', which manages to both tie in all the previous plotlines ''and'' explain away the discrepancies.
10th Nov '14 1:30:39 PM daddycool1
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** I believe Elisa on formspring said that despite Ask That Guy killing her later, they're friends.
10th Nov '14 1:22:55 PM STFilmmaker
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* When the Characters asked Ask That Guy, what he was doing in Elisa's house. His response was "I think the question should be 'What is she doing in my house?' " Is it really his house and if so doesn't that make her an intruder?
3rd Jun '14 12:18:49 PM Parallax2814
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* Considering that they'd broken into his house for the Alone in the Dark review, how did Spoony and Linkara not know they were walking into the Nostalgia Critic's house?
14th Feb '14 8:45:49 PM Hyrin
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** Considering how he acted in ''Kickassia'', it's not too surprising that he would be paranoid about enemies.


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** "Wow, they weren't kidding! There ''is'' a lot of porn on the Internet!"


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** Probably in hopes that, by catering to a more secular crowd, the chain might start opening on Sundays so that Joe can't be deprived on the chickeny goodness for 24 hours a week.
20th Nov '13 7:41:19 PM kazokuhouou
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* Out of curiosity, how would Malachite react to {{Magitek}}?
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