History IronicEcho / LiveActionTV

31st Jul '17 8:12:13 AM gb00393
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** Cersei begins shrieking, "I am the Queen!", exactly the same way Margaery did when she was arrested by the Faith Militant. It's also not dissimilar to what her beloved son said previously, "I am the KING!"
20th Jul '17 3:02:43 AM RobTan
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* ''Series/YesPrimeMinister'': Sir Humphrey makes a big show of chewing Bernard out for allowing the Prime Minister's constituency agent into Number Ten without a proper pass, despite Bernard's assurance that the constituency agent is known and recognised by the police and staff; he orders Bernard to ensure that all who enter Number Ten via the front door must either have a proper pass, an appointment or must be otherwise cleared. Humphrey's pomposity comes back to bite him later in the episode when he's paranoid about his job because he's gradually being denied entry to Number Ten; he attempts to enter via the front door, but the policeman guarding the door stops him from entering because he has no appointment, no Number Ten pass and Bernard cannot be found to clear him.

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* ''Series/YesMinister'': Hacker and Sir Humphrey are [[HauledBeforeASenateSubcommittee Hauled Before A Select Committee]] on government waste, and must explain the DAA's shocking expenditures. They manage to get their stories straight behind closed doors and are ready to present a united front. However, Hacker is called to a meeting with the PM's special adviser, who tells him that they want the waste to come to light so the PM can use it as ammo in his larger plan to cut public spending. He also tells Hacker that he has become too close to the DAA, and that Humphrey has called him "a pleasure to work with"- Civil Service code for "easily controlled". At the hearing, Hacker promises a full, independent investigation lead by a key whistleblower, throwing the department and by extension Humphrey under the bus, claiming that Humphrey is completely behind him: "If I may say so, he is a pleasure to work with".
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''Series/YesPrimeMinister'': Sir Humphrey makes a big show of chewing Bernard out for allowing the Prime Minister's constituency agent into Number Ten without a proper pass, despite Bernard's assurance that the constituency agent is known and recognised by the police and staff; he orders Bernard to ensure that all who enter Number Ten via the front door must either have a proper pass, an appointment or must be otherwise cleared. Humphrey's pomposity comes back to bite him later in the episode when he's paranoid about his job because he's gradually being denied entry to Number Ten; he attempts to enter via the front door, but the policeman guarding the door stops him from entering because he has no appointment, no Number Ten pass and Bernard cannot be found to clear him.
7th Jul '17 1:03:18 PM HeroGal2347
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* ''Series/{{Voyagers}}'': At one point, one of the people on the boat won't let Bogg by because of his clothing, stating that the dress code on the ''Titanic'' is very strict. Later, Bogg encounters him in drag, trying to get into one of the lifeboats. Bogg sarcastically remarks that he thought there was a strict dress code on the ''Titanic''.
2nd Jul '17 6:54:19 AM Raffitz
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** In ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS36E12TheDoctorFalls The Doctor Falls]]'', the Doctor explains to a Cyberman that he is not ''''a doctor,'''', he is ''''[[Main/SpellMyNameWithAThe The Doctor]]''''. By the end of the episode, after prompting him for his identity, [[spoiler: the First Doctor replies with "No, no, no! You might be ''''a doctor'''', but I am ''''The Doctor''''. The original, you might say." (itself echoing the Fourth Doctor's classic quip to Harry Sullivan "You might be a doctor, but I am The Doctor. The definite article, you might say.")]]
29th Jun '17 4:20:53 AM DoctorNemesis
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* ''Series/YesMinister'': Sir Humphrey makes a big show of chewing Bernard out for allowing the Prime Minister's constituency agent into Number Ten without a proper pass, despite Bernard's assurance that the constituency agent is known and recognised by the police and staff; he orders Bernard to ensure that all who enter Number Ten via the front door must either have a proper pass, an appointment or must be otherwise cleared. Humphrey's pomposity comes back to bite him later in the episode when he's paranoid about his job because he's gradually being denied entry to Number Ten; he attempts to enter via the front door, but the policeman guarding the door stops him from entering because he has no appointment, no Number Ten pass and Bernard cannot be found to clear him.

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* ''Series/YesMinister'': ''Series/YesPrimeMinister'': Sir Humphrey makes a big show of chewing Bernard out for allowing the Prime Minister's constituency agent into Number Ten without a proper pass, despite Bernard's assurance that the constituency agent is known and recognised by the police and staff; he orders Bernard to ensure that all who enter Number Ten via the front door must either have a proper pass, an appointment or must be otherwise cleared. Humphrey's pomposity comes back to bite him later in the episode when he's paranoid about his job because he's gradually being denied entry to Number Ten; he attempts to enter via the front door, but the policeman guarding the door stops him from entering because he has no appointment, no Number Ten pass and Bernard cannot be found to clear him.
18th Jun '17 5:51:08 PM JohnnyHuang
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'''Dr. K''': Shall we begin?

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'''Dr. K''': Shall we begin?begin?\\
18th Jun '17 5:50:17 PM JohnnyHuang
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* ''Series/YesMinister'': Sir Humphrey makes a big show of chewing Bernard out for allowing the Prime Minister's constituency agent into Number Ten without a proper pass, despite Bernard's assurance that the constituency agent is known and recognised by the police and staff; he orders Bernard to ensure that all who enter Number Ten via the front door must either have a proper pass, an appointment or must be otherwise cleared. Humphrey's pomposity comes back to bite him later in the episode when he's paranoid about his job because he's gradually being denied entry to Number Ten; he attempts to enter via the front door, but the policeman guarding the door stops him from entering because he has no appointment, no Number Ten pass and Bernard cannot be found to clear him.


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* During the ''Series/YesDear'' episode "Pimpin' Ain't Easy", Logan decides to be dressed only in underwear as protest to being given hand-me-down clothes once he finds out all of his clothes once belonged to Dominic. When a cop intervenes upon seeing him and Christine out in the street late in the episode, the following conversation takes place, much to Christine's chagrin:
-->'''Officer''': Ma'am, he'd better get clothed, or someone will be in jail.
-->'''Christine''': That's right, Logan. You'd better put on those hand-me-down clothes, or you're going to be in jail.
-->'''Officer''': Ma'am... I was referring to ''you''.
-->'''Logan''': (Turning to Christine) You'd better buy me new clothes, or you're going to be in jail!
* ''Series/YesMinister'': Sir Humphrey makes a big show of chewing Bernard out for allowing the Prime Minister's constituency agent into Number Ten without a proper pass, despite Bernard's assurance that the constituency agent is known and recognised by the police and staff; he orders Bernard to ensure that all who enter Number Ten via the front door must either have a proper pass, an appointment or must be otherwise cleared. Humphrey's pomposity comes back to bite him later in the episode when he's paranoid about his job because he's gradually being denied entry to Number Ten; he attempts to enter via the front door, but the policeman guarding the door stops him from entering because he has no appointment, no Number Ten pass and Bernard cannot be found to clear him.
4th Jun '17 5:49:06 PM gb00393
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** Jaime calls Locke Roose Bolton's "pet rat" the last time they see each other. This is how Locke refers to Reek the next time he appears.
21st Apr '17 10:51:03 AM gb00393
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** Davos does this in "Garden of Bones", while smuggling Melisandre to the cliffs near Renly's camp:
--> '''Davos:''' Someone once told me the night is dark and full of terrors.
21st Apr '17 5:00:19 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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::Then, after Fajo is placed in custody for his crimes and has his extensive illegally obtained collection returned to their respective owners, Data visits Fajo in the brig. Fajo bitterly remarks over how he has lost everything and is now in Data's collection, which he assumes gives Data "great pleasure." To which Data replies:
--->'''Data:''' No sir, it does not. I do not feel pleasure. I am ''only an android.''

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::Then, *** Then, after Fajo is placed in custody for his crimes and has his extensive illegally obtained collection returned to their respective owners, Data visits Fajo in the brig. Fajo bitterly remarks over how he has lost everything and is now in Data's collection, which he assumes gives Data "great pleasure." To which Data replies:
--->'''Data:''' ---->'''Data:''' No sir, it does not. I do not feel pleasure. I am ''only an android.''
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