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13th Mar '14 6:16:52 PM Aiguille
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* "UsefulNotes/ChildsPlay", a charity organization created by the authors of ''PennyArcade''

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* "UsefulNotes/ChildsPlay", a charity organization created by the authors of ''PennyArcade''''Webcomic/PennyArcade''
28th Oct '12 12:52:03 PM Stratadrake
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%% The charity article has been temped under Sandbox/ChildsPlay for now. A new name for the charity article is still needed - please see the TRS thread and contribute to voting.
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When it's not used as a simple idiom for "something easy", Child's Play can refer to:

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%% The charity article has been temped under Sandbox/ChildsPlay for now. A new name for the charity article is still needed - please see the TRS thread and contribute to voting.
%% http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1330384065014320100&page=1

When it's not used as a simple idiom for "something easy", Child's Play can refer to:
to several different things - please remember to prefix them with the appropriate namespace:



!! Television

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!! Television!!Television



!!Other uses

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!!Other uses!!UsefulNotes
28th Oct '12 6:55:39 AM lu127
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* "UsefulNotes/Childs Play", a charity organization created by the authors of ''PennyArcade''

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* "UsefulNotes/Childs Play", "UsefulNotes/ChildsPlay", a charity organization created by the authors of ''PennyArcade''
28th Oct '12 6:53:57 AM lu127
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* "Child's Play", a charity organization created by the authors of ''PennyArcade''

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* "Child's "UsefulNotes/Childs Play", a charity organization created by the authors of ''PennyArcade''
2nd Apr '12 10:27:15 PM Stratadrake
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[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Childs_Play_charity_3443.jpg]]
->"It's like they're jousting with money!"
-->--''Jerry Holkins, a.k.a. [[Webcomic/PennyArcade Tycho]], commenting on the ridiculous amounts of money people were bidding on a ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' one-time guest appearance''

Not to be confused with the [[Film/ChildsPlay creepy slasher film series]] or the [[Series/ChildsPlay 1980s game show with Bill Cullen]].

Depending on whom you ask, the charity [[http://www.childsplaycharity.org/ Child's Play]] fits one of two descriptions:

* It is a charity that organizes worldwide toy drives to children's hospitals, distributing toys, games, books, etc. to children going through a difficult period in their lives.
* One of the most epic, if not ''the'' most epic, instances of TakeThat to the entire anti-video game industry.

Video gamers getting [[http://web.archive.org/web/20070401230823/http://www.heraldnet.com/stories/03/11/18/17748407.cfm decisively negative treatment in the media]] seems to go with the territory of being a gamer nowadays. However, after seeing the aforementioned article, ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' creators Mike Kraulik and Jerry Holkins collaborated with a local children's hospital to create the first incarnation of "Child's Play": a simple Amazon.com wish list and a desire to let the world know that the way gamers are portrayed is wrong.

They ended up raising $250,000 in the first month, and got a [[http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20040113/LIVING/401130739 written apology]] from the writer of the original article.

With each passing year, more and more hospitals collaborate with the charity, and they raise more and more money that goes straight into helping sick kids. The charity got more exposure thanks to segments airing on ''XPlay'' around the holidays. Starting in 2005, they hosted a charity dinner, with silent auctions of items donated by just about every major video game company on the planet. Then comes a live auction run by Penny Arcade's founders, with the crown jewel being [[ContestWinnerCameo a guest spot]] in a ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' comic strip. And they were both beside themselves when people started throwing ridiculous amounts of money at the auction, with an exasperated Holkins shouting out, "...it's like they're jousting with money!" The eventual winner, Christian Boggs, dropped $20,000 for the winning bid.

Say what you want about the comic, but you never had to justify [[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2006/02/06/ making a comic that was worth $20,000]].

On March 5, 2009, the Washington State Senate [[http://kotaku.com/5165313/washington-state-officially-salutes-penny-arcade officially honoured Penny Arcade creators Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik for Child's Play and their Penny Arcade Expo]].

TakeThat, [insert your favorite anti-video game critic here]!
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[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Childs_Play_charity_3443.jpg]]
->"It's like they're jousting with money!"
-->--''Jerry Holkins, a.k.a. [[Webcomic/PennyArcade Tycho]], commenting on the ridiculous amounts of money people were bidding on a ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' one-time guest appearance''

Not to be confused with the [[Film/ChildsPlay creepy slasher film series]] or the [[Series/ChildsPlay 1980s game show with Bill Cullen]].

Depending on whom you ask,
%% The charity article has been temped under Sandbox/ChildsPlay for now. A new name for the charity [[http://www.childsplaycharity.org/ article is still needed - please see the TRS thread and contribute to voting.
%% http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1330384065014320100&page=1

When it's not used as a simple idiom for "something easy",
Child's Play]] fits one of two descriptions:

Play can refer to:

!!Film
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posessed doll.

!! Television
* One of the most epic, if not ''the'' most epic, instances of TakeThat to the entire anti-video ''Series/ChildsPlay'', a CBS game industry.

Video gamers getting [[http://web.archive.org/web/20070401230823/http://www.heraldnet.com/stories/03/11/18/17748407.cfm decisively negative treatment in the media]] seems to go with the territory of being a gamer nowadays. However, after seeing the aforementioned article, ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' creators Mike Kraulik and Jerry Holkins collaborated with a local children's hospital to create the first incarnation of
show hosted by Bill Cullen.

!!Other uses
*
"Child's Play": a simple Amazon.com wish list and a desire to let the world know that the way gamers are portrayed is wrong.

They ended up raising $250,000 in the first month, and got a [[http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20040113/LIVING/401130739 written apology]] from the writer of the original article.

With each passing year, more and more hospitals collaborate with the charity, and they raise more and more money that goes straight into helping sick kids. The charity got more exposure thanks to segments airing on ''XPlay'' around the holidays. Starting in 2005, they hosted
Play", a charity dinner, with silent auctions of items donated organization created by just about every major video game company on the planet. Then comes a live auction run by Penny Arcade's founders, with the crown jewel being [[ContestWinnerCameo a guest spot]] in a ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' comic strip. And they were both beside themselves when people started throwing ridiculous amounts authors of money at the auction, with an exasperated Holkins shouting out, "...it's like they're jousting with money!" The eventual winner, Christian Boggs, dropped $20,000 for the winning bid.

Say what you want about the comic, but you never had to justify [[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2006/02/06/ making a comic that was worth $20,000]].

On March 5, 2009, the Washington State Senate [[http://kotaku.com/5165313/washington-state-officially-salutes-penny-arcade officially honoured Penny Arcade creators Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik for Child's Play and their Penny Arcade Expo]].

TakeThat, [insert your favorite anti-video game critic here]!
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18th Jan '12 9:25:30 AM DragonRanger
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With each passing year, more and more hospitals collaborate with the charity, and they raise more and more money that goes straight into helping sick kids. The charity got more exposure thanks to segments airing on ''XPlay'' around the holidays. Starting in 2005, they hosted a charity dinner, with silent auctions of items donated by just about every major video game company on the planet. Then comes a live auction run by Penny Arcade's founders, with the crown jewel being a guest spot in a ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' comic strip. And they were both beside themselves when people started throwing ridiculous amounts of money at the auction, with an exasperated Holkins shouting out, "...it's like they're jousting with money!" The eventual winner, Christian Boggs, dropped $20,000 for the winning bid.

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With each passing year, more and more hospitals collaborate with the charity, and they raise more and more money that goes straight into helping sick kids. The charity got more exposure thanks to segments airing on ''XPlay'' around the holidays. Starting in 2005, they hosted a charity dinner, with silent auctions of items donated by just about every major video game company on the planet. Then comes a live auction run by Penny Arcade's founders, with the crown jewel being [[ContestWinnerCameo a guest spot spot]] in a ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' comic strip. And they were both beside themselves when people started throwing ridiculous amounts of money at the auction, with an exasperated Holkins shouting out, "...it's like they're jousting with money!" The eventual winner, Christian Boggs, dropped $20,000 for the winning bid.
21st Sep '11 10:14:54 PM AmyJade
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->"It's like they're jousting with money!"
-->--''Jerry Holkins, a.k.a. [[Webcomic/PennyArcade Tycho]], commenting on the ridiculous amounts of money people were bidding on a ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' one-time guest appearance''

Not to be confused with the [[Film/ChildsPlay creepy slasher film series]] or the [[Series/ChildsPlay 1980s game show with Bill Cullen]].

Depending on whom you ask, the charity [[http://www.childsplaycharity.org/ Child's Play]] fits one of two descriptions:

* It is a charity that organizes worldwide toy drives to children's hospitals, distributing toys, games, books, etc. to children going through a difficult period in their lives.
* One of the most epic, if not ''the'' most epic, instances of TakeThat to the entire anti-video game industry.

Video gamers getting [[http://web.archive.org/web/20070401230823/http://www.heraldnet.com/stories/03/11/18/17748407.cfm decisively negative treatment in the media]] seems to go with the territory of being a gamer nowadays. However, after seeing the aforementioned article, ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' creators Mike Kraulik and Jerry Holkins collaborated with a local children's hospital to create the first incarnation of "Child's Play": a simple Amazon.com wish list and a desire to let the world know that the way gamers are portrayed is wrong.

They ended up raising $250,000 in the first month, and got a [[http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20040113/LIVING/401130739 written apology]] from the writer of the original article.

With each passing year, more and more hospitals collaborate with the charity, and they raise more and more money that goes straight into helping sick kids. The charity got more exposure thanks to segments airing on ''XPlay'' around the holidays. Starting in 2005, they hosted a charity dinner, with silent auctions of items donated by just about every major video game company on the planet. Then comes a live auction run by Penny Arcade's founders, with the crown jewel being a guest spot in a ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' comic strip. And they were both beside themselves when people started throwing ridiculous amounts of money at the auction, with an exasperated Holkins shouting out, "...it's like they're jousting with money!" The eventual winner, Christian Boggs, dropped $20,000 for the winning bid.

Say what you want about the comic, but you never had to justify [[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2006/02/06/ making a comic that was worth $20,000]].

On March 5, 2009, the Washington State Senate [[http://kotaku.com/5165313/washington-state-officially-salutes-penny-arcade officially honoured Penny Arcade creators Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik for Child's Play and their Penny Arcade Expo]].

TakeThat, [insert your favorite anti-video game critic here]!
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