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27th Oct '16 9:33:53 PM DustSnitch
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* ''DontHugMeImScared''

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* ''DontHugMeImScared''''WebVideo/DontHugMeImScared''
27th Oct '16 9:32:50 PM DustSnitch
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* ''DontHugMeImScared''
** This happens right after Sketchbook smears paint all over Yellow Guy's painting of a clown.
** Also used after Red Guy calls Sketchbook's form of self-expression "boring".
** Used again in the third video after the chicken picnic has been eaten by Duck Guy and Red Guy. Duck Guy insists that they ''have'' finished the chicken picnic and stares at the screen for a few moments in complete silence.
** Happens after Colin reveals his "digital mind" in the fourth video.
** When Red Guy asks about the relevance of the Internet, Colin hesitates.
--> '''Red Guy''': But in this digital world, what can we do?
--> (Beat)
--> '''Red Guy''': (insistently) What can we--
--> '''Colin''': Hey, good question!
24th Oct '16 6:54:23 PM Scistorm
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3rd Sep '16 12:06:43 AM Koveras
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Modern actors and directors consider scenes to be divided up into "beats". The stage direction "beat" marks the end of a beat. Since a lot of good acting lies in finding a good rhythm, the musical choice of words fits very well to the desired result. Legend says that famous acting guru Stanislavski introduced the term when touring the United States. He would tell those who came to his lectures on acting to divide the scenes into "beats". The American actors hearing his lectures didn't realize he was trying to say "bits" with his Russian accent, and have been looking for "beats" in scripts ever since.

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Modern actors and directors consider scenes to be divided up into "beats". "NarrativeBeats". The stage direction "beat" often marks the end of a narrative beat. Since a lot of good acting lies in finding a good rhythm, the musical choice of words fits very well to the desired result. Legend says that famous acting guru Stanislavski introduced the term when touring the United States. He would tell those who came to his lectures on acting to divide the scenes into "beats". The American actors hearing his lectures didn't realize he was trying to say "bits" with his Russian accent, and have been looking for "beats" in scripts ever since.
20th Jun '16 8:07:55 PM Lanthorn
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* From poetic sections of Music/{{Beyonce}}'s ''Lemonade'':
--> (in section full of F-bombs) You and your -- women.
--> (later on) Look at me when I come -- home.
2nd May '16 11:10:34 PM Plactus
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* ''Series/Jeopardy'': After the famous Ken Jennings "What's a hoe?" response (the clue: "This term for a long-handled gardening tool can also mean an immoral pleasure seeker"), there's a beat between Alex ruling it wrong and realizing exactly what Ken said.

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* ''Series/Jeopardy'': ''Series/{{Jeopardy}}'': After the famous Ken Jennings "What's a hoe?" response (the clue: "This term for a long-handled gardening tool can also mean an immoral pleasure seeker"), there's a beat between Alex ruling it wrong and realizing exactly what Ken said.
2nd May '16 11:09:48 PM Plactus
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* ''Series/Jeopardy'': After the famous Ken Jennings "What's a hoe?" response (the clue: "This term for a long-handled gardening tool can also mean an immoral pleasure seeker"), there's a beat between Alex ruling it wrong and realizing exactly what Ken said.
22nd Apr '16 9:22:56 PM Luc
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Sometimes divided into "half-beats" or "extended beats", implying shorter or longer pauses.



Modern actors and directors consider scenes to be divided up into "beats". The stage direction "beat" marks the end of a beat. Legend says that famous acting guru Stanislavski introduced the term when touring the United States. He would tell those who came to his lectures on acting to divide the scenes into "beats". The American actors hearing his lectures didn't realize he was trying to say "bits" with his Russian accent, and have been looking for "beats" in scripts ever since.

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Modern actors and directors consider scenes to be divided up into "beats". The stage direction "beat" marks the end of a beat. Since a lot of good acting lies in finding a good rhythm, the musical choice of words fits very well to the desired result. Legend says that famous acting guru Stanislavski introduced the term when touring the United States. He would tell those who came to his lectures on acting to divide the scenes into "beats". The American actors hearing his lectures didn't realize he was trying to say "bits" with his Russian accent, and have been looking for "beats" in scripts ever since.
19th Apr '16 5:11:03 PM awakeningcry
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* ''Film/TinCup''
-->'''Roy:''' I need a shrink
-->'''Romeo:''' But we don't know no shrinks!
-->'''Roy:''' I know one...
-->'''Romeo:''' Oh no, not the doctor lady
-->'''Roy:''' Why not?
-->'''Romeo:''' You can't get advice about the woman to want to hose, from the woman you want to hose!
-->(''beat'')
-->'''Roy:''' Why not?
27th Mar '16 11:50:36 AM awakeningcry
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-->(''{{beat}}'')

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-->(''{{beat}}'')-->(beat)
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