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17th Jul '16 10:38:58 PM tropeminer
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* ''Series/FullerHouse'': The title is a [[WorldOfPun punny]] play on [[Series/FullHouse it's previous series]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof, making it a "full house". The premise here now shifts to an adult D.J. along with her sister Stephanie and her friend Kimmy helping to raise D.J.'s three boys as well as Kimmy's daughter in the original Tanner house making it slightly ''fuller'' than before. "Fuller" is also the surname of D.J.'s late husband, thus making the Tanner house now the "Fuller House".

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* ''Series/FullerHouse'': The title is a [[WorldOfPun punny]] play is a play]] on [[Series/FullHouse it's the previous series]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof, making it a "full house". The premise here now shifts to an adult D.J. along with her sister , Stephanie and her friend Kimmy Kimmy, now all adults, helping to raise D.J.'s three boys as well as Kimmy's daughter in the original Tanner house making it slightly ''fuller'' than before. "Fuller" is also the surname of D.J.'s late husband, thus making the Tanner house now the "Fuller House".
13th Jul '16 11:05:34 AM makarovak47
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*** A Golden Crown: [[spoiler:Joffrey's etc. blond hair and the molten gold used to crown Viserys.]]

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*** A Golden Crown: [[spoiler:Joffrey's etc. [[spoiler:Joffrey and his siblings' blond hair and the molten gold used to crown Viserys.]]



** Season Two: The Prince Of Winterfell: [[spoiler:Theon or Brandon.]]

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** Season Two: Two:
*** A Man Without Honor: [[spoiler:Theon, Ygritte or Jaime.]]
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The Prince Of Winterfell: [[spoiler:Theon or Brandon.]]


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** Season Five:
*** The Sons of the Harpy: [[spoiler:At first it's a straight up {{Antagonist|Title}} TeamTitle concerning the group that is causing problems for Daenerys. In retrospect, this episode not only also focuses on Jon, but has the most blatant {{Foreshadowing}}s of his real relationship with Rhaegar Targaryen, who we also happen to learn in this episode that loves playing the harp.]]
** Season Six:
*** Home: [[spoiler:Several characters on their way (i.e. Sansa, Theon) or actually coming back (i.e. Daenerys, Euron, Bran via vision) home and Jon coming back to life.]]
*** Oathbreaker: [[spoiler:The Night's Watch members who mutinied and killed Jon being hanged, House Umber betraying the Starks, Jon deserting the Night's Watch (though technically he did not violate the rules).]]
*** The Door: [[spoiler:Characters entering new chapters in their lives, the literal way out of the Three-Eyed Raven's keep and Hodor, which actually means "hold(ing) the (said) door".]]
*** Blood of My Blood: [[spoiler:The term used between a Dohtraki khal and his bloodriders and a lot of focus on certain characters' relationship with their extended family members.]]
*** The Broken Man: [[spoiler:The return of the nearly killed Sandor Clegane and certain characters (i.e. Edmure, Theon and Jon) dealing with their respective trauma.]]
9th Jul '16 10:38:00 PM tropeminer
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* ''WesternAnimation/MickeysTwiceUponAChristmas'' features the episode "Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas". The episode is about Mickey's dog being gone. "Doggone" is an an exclamation of annoyance, disappointment, etc. This refers to the fact that Mickey's Christmas won't be the same without Pluto.

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* Disney[=/=]{{Pixar}}'s ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'' focuses on 5 anthropomorphized basic emotional states of an 11-year old girl named Riley and how their actions within her head substantially affect Riley's behavior externally. This in turn creates internal turmoil for Riley as she's having to deal with making a whole new life from scratch after moving to a new town; her world has now essentially been "turned inside-out".
* ''WesternAnimation/MickeysTwiceUponAChristmas'' features the episode "Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas". The episode is about Mickey's dog being gone. "Doggone" is an also an exclamation of annoyance, disappointment, etc. This refers to the fact that Mickey's Christmas won't be the same without Pluto.
7th Jul '16 5:37:50 PM Doug86
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* Most of the {{Double Meaning Title}}s endemic in ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles''. For instance, ''Literature/GravePeril'' features Harry in... well, grave peril, mostly due to [[TheUndead vampires and ghosts]][[note]]DontExplainTheJoke Grave, get it?[[/note]]. ''Summer Knight'' begins with the murder of the Summer Knight, happens on summer nights, and [[AMidsummerNightsDream is about fairies]]. The only exceptions are ''Literature/{{Changes}}'', which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, and ''Literature/DeathMasks'', where the title doesn't have much to do with the story (it was originally going to be called ''Holy Sheet'', which does follow the pattern).

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* Most of the {{Double Meaning Title}}s endemic in ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles''. For instance, ''Literature/GravePeril'' features Harry in... well, grave peril, mostly due to [[TheUndead vampires and ghosts]][[note]]DontExplainTheJoke Grave, get it?[[/note]]. ''Summer Knight'' begins with the murder of the Summer Knight, happens on summer nights, and [[AMidsummerNightsDream [[Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream is about fairies]]. The only exceptions are ''Literature/{{Changes}}'', which is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, and ''Literature/DeathMasks'', where the title doesn't have much to do with the story (it was originally going to be called ''Holy Sheet'', which does follow the pattern).
6th Jul '16 5:39:23 PM ElodieHiras
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* The soundtrack playing during the fight against the TrueFinalBoss of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' is called "''Hopes and Dreams/SAVE the world"''. SAVE the worlds refers that you are in fact saving the world from the boss, but also to the fact that, InUniverse, you SAVE the world each and every time you practice [[spoiler: SaveScumming]].
4th Jul '16 4:23:44 AM tropeminer
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* ''Series/FullerHouse'': The title is a [[WorldOfPun punny]] play on [[Series/FullHouse the original show]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof, making it a "full house". The premise here now shifts to an adult D.J. along with her sister Stephanie and her friend Kimmy helping to raise D.J.'s three boys as well as Kimmy's daughter, making the original Tanner house slightly ''fuller'' than before. "Fuller" was also the surname of D.J.'s late husband, thus making the Tanner house now the "Fuller House".

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* ''Series/FullerHouse'': The title is a [[WorldOfPun punny]] play on [[Series/FullHouse the original show]] it's previous series]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof, making it a "full house". The premise here now shifts to an adult D.J. along with her sister Stephanie and her friend Kimmy helping to raise D.J.'s three boys as well as Kimmy's daughter, making daughter in the original Tanner house making it slightly ''fuller'' than before. "Fuller" was is also the surname of D.J.'s late husband, thus making the Tanner house now the "Fuller House".
4th Jul '16 4:16:40 AM tropeminer
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* ''Series/FullerHouse'': "Fuller" is the surname of D.J.'s late husband, thus making the original Tanner home, now the "Fuller House". The title is also a [[WorldOfPun punny]] play on [[Series/FullHouse the original show]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof making it a "Full House". The premise here now shifts to D.J. along with Stephanie and Kimmy helping to raise D.J.'s three boys and Kimmy's daughter thus making the house slightly ''fuller'' than before.

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* ''Series/FullerHouse'': "Fuller" The title is a [[WorldOfPun punny]] play on [[Series/FullHouse the surname of original show]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof, making it a "full house". The premise here now shifts to an adult D.J.'s late husband, thus making the original Tanner home, now the "Fuller House". The title is also a [[WorldOfPun punny]] play on [[Series/FullHouse the original show]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof making it a "Full House". The premise here now shifts along with her sister Stephanie and her friend Kimmy helping to raise D.J. along with Stephanie and Kimmy helping to raise 's three boys as well as Kimmy's daughter, making the original Tanner house slightly ''fuller'' than before. "Fuller" was also the surname of D.J.'s three boys and Kimmy's daughter late husband, thus making the Tanner house slightly ''fuller'' than before.now the "Fuller House".
2nd Jul '16 12:45:56 AM tropeminer
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* ''Series/FullerHouse'': "Fuller" is the surname of DJ's late husband, thus making the original Tanner home, now the "Fuller House". The title is also a play on [[Series/FullHouse the original show]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof as the premise here shifts to D.J. along with Stephanie and Kimmy helping to raise D.J.'s three boys and Kimmy's daughter thus making the house ''fuller'' than before.

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* ''Series/FullerHouse'': "Fuller" is the surname of DJ's D.J.'s late husband, thus making the original Tanner home, now the "Fuller House". The title is also a [[WorldOfPun punny]] play on [[Series/FullHouse the original show]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof as the making it a "Full House". The premise here now shifts to D.J. along with Stephanie and Kimmy helping to raise D.J.'s three boys and Kimmy's daughter thus making the house slightly ''fuller'' than before.
2nd Jul '16 12:42:01 AM tropeminer
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* ''Series/FullerHouse'': "Fuller" is the surname of DJ's late husband, thus making the original Tanner home, now the "Fuller House". The title is also a play on [[Series/FullHouse the original show]] which primarily focused on 3 grown men raising 3 girls under one roof as the premise here shifts to D.J. along with Stephanie and Kimmy helping to raise D.J.'s three boys and Kimmy's daughter thus making the house ''fuller'' than before.
15th Jun '16 2:35:32 PM Kakai
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** 2: He used a webcam (even though it ended up being The unreveal)

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** 2: He used a webcam (even though it ended up being The unreveal)TheUnreveal)


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* Twentieth episode of ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'' is called "You're green with it!", referring both to episode's topic, the Salamanders (who have green as their primary color motif), and Magnus' jealousy of Leman Russ and his Space Wolves, as well as Emperor's disgust at [[spoiler:the Centurion, who's been having "cuddling sessions" with him (ItMakesSenseInContext), turning out to be his own son]].
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