History IAmNotShazam / LiveActionTV

22nd Apr '18 9:23:54 AM MagnusForce
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* ''Franchise/UltraSeries'': "Ultraman" (both character and series) specifically refers to ''[[Series/{{Ultraman}} the original one]]''. All the "seasons" afterwards are sequels, spinoffs, and remakes that feature completely different Ultra heroes (that sometimes appear alongside the original) whose names and series are "Ultraman ____" or "Ultra____". There are times when even this very wiki can't seem to get that right.



* ''Franchise/UltraSeries'': "Ultraman" (both the character and the series) specifically refers to ''[[Series/{{Ultraman}} the original one]]''. All the "seasons" afterwards are sequels, spinoffs, and remakes that feature completely different Ultra heroes (that sometimes appear alongside the original) whose names and series are "Ultraman ____" or "Ultra____".
19th Apr '18 1:59:50 PM MagnusForce
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* ''Franchise/UltraSeries'': "Ultraman" (both the character and the series) specifically refers to ''[[Series/{{Ultraman}} the original one]]''. All the "seasons" afterwards are sequels, spinoffs, and remakes that feature completely different Ultra heroes (that sometimes appear alongside the original) whose names and series are "Ultraman ____" or "Ultra____".
16th Mar '18 4:14:40 PM nombretomado
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** At least one person on ThisVeryWiki thought that "Sheppard" was Book's first name. ''[[FandomBerserkButton "Shepherd"]]'' is his title as a preacher, akin to "Pastor" (which is actually the Latin word for "shepherd").

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** At least one person on ThisVeryWiki Wiki/ThisVeryWiki thought that "Sheppard" was Book's first name. ''[[FandomBerserkButton "Shepherd"]]'' is his title as a preacher, akin to "Pastor" (which is actually the Latin word for "shepherd").
17th Feb '18 8:15:52 PM HeroGal2347
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* The Frankenstein example is brought up in an episode of ''Series/{{Monk}}'' where a man in a Frankenstein monster costume is terrorizing trick-or-treaters. Stottlemeyer and Monk just call him Frankenstein, leading Monk's brother Ambrose to repeatedly correct the both of them each time they make the mistake.

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* The Frankenstein example is brought up in an episode of the ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "[[Recap/MonkS4E2MrMonkGoesHomeAgain Mr. Monk Goes Home Again]]", where a man in a Frankenstein monster costume is terrorizing trick-or-treaters. Stottlemeyer and Monk just call him Frankenstein, leading Monk's brother Ambrose to repeatedly correct the both of them each time they make the mistake.
26th Jan '18 12:27:07 AM Cryoclaste
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* In an episode of ''Series/ModernFamily'', Phil is shown mistakenly referring to the protagonist of ''TheBlindSide'' as "Blindside."

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* In an episode of ''Series/ModernFamily'', Phil is shown mistakenly referring to the protagonist of ''TheBlindSide'' ''Film/TheBlindSide'' as "Blindside."
29th Jul '17 12:28:19 PM Delphi
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* This trope was the origin of Howdy Doody. When Bob Smith started out doing a kids' radio show set on a ranch, one of the voices he did was Ernie the ranch hand whose ''catchphrase'' was "Howdy Doody!" But so many kids showed up at the station asking "Where's Howdy Doody?" that when the radio show got turned into a TV show, he just went with it.
25th Jul '17 12:17:09 PM fearlessnikki
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* The sisters in ''{{Series/Charmed}}'' have Halliwell as a last name (and their half-sister is Matthews). They're the Charmed ''Ones'', not the Charmed sisters.
* The 1970s BBC children's series ''Lizzie Dripping'' caused some confusion for people assuming that was the name of the heroine. Her name is actually Penelope Arbuckle. 'Lizzie Dripping' is an OopNorth expression referring to a PluckyGirl who has trouble telling fantasy from reality.
3rd Jul '17 1:16:05 AM jaysonn260
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** In the episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E11WorldEnoughAndTime "World Enough And Time"]], Missy claims that his name ''literally is "Doctor Who"''. While she would know his real name, The Doctor denies it, and the implication is that she's just screwing with Bill and Nardole (and that [[Creator/StevenMoffat a certain head writer]] is screwing with the audience).
14th Jun '17 9:56:55 PM nombretomado
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* The "V" of the series ''{{Series/V}}'' wasn't originally meant to be a shorthand reference to the alien "Visitors". Although the word "visitor" happens to start with the letter 'V' is a coincidence, 'V' was the resistance symbol for "Victory". The remake, however does refer to the Visitors as Vs.

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* The "V" of the series ''{{Series/V}}'' ''{{Series/V 1983}}'' wasn't originally meant to be a shorthand reference to the alien "Visitors". Although the word "visitor" happens to start with the letter 'V' is a coincidence, 'V' was the resistance symbol for "Victory". The remake, [[{{Series/V 2009}} remake]], however does refer to the Visitors as Vs.
2nd Jun '17 8:48:12 AM ChaoticNovelist
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** Although 12th doctor actor Creator/PeterCapaldi calls his own character "Doctor Who" all the time, e. g. probably a dozen times in the documentary ''[[http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04n9pjbDoctor Who: Earth Conquest - The World Tour]]'' alone. If he does it, we may as well all do it.

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** Although 12th doctor actor Creator/PeterCapaldi calls his own character "Doctor Who" all the time, e. g. probably a dozen times in the documentary ''[[http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04n9pjbDoctor Who: Earth Conquest - The World Tour]]'' alone. If He says this is because only fans know that this is incorrect and he does it, we may as well all do it.wants to include non-fans.
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