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12th Jan '17 1:46:47 PM gb00393
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*** A Golden Crown: [[spoiler:Joffrey and his siblings' blond hair and the molten gold used to crown Viserys.]]

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*** A Golden Crown: [[spoiler:Joffrey and his siblings' blond hair hair, which is the catalyst of the episode's major revelation and the molten gold used to crown Viserys.]]



*** The Climb: [[spoiler:The Wildlings climbing the literal Wall and Littlefinger etc climbing the metaphorical ladder.]]

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*** The Climb: [[spoiler:The Wildlings climbing the literal Wall and Littlefinger Littlefinger, the Tyrells etc climbing the metaphorical ladder.]]



*** Second Sons: [[spoiler:The mercenary group, and The Hound, Stannis, Tyrion, Samwell (in this case, the "lesser" son), all of whom are second sons.]]

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*** Second Sons: [[spoiler:The mercenary group, and The Hound, Stannis, Tyrion, Tyrion and Samwell (in this case, the "lesser" son), son who was pushed aside in favour of his younger brother), all of whom are second sons.]]sons]], as well as Gendry, who as an unacknowledged, largely unknown Baratheon bastard son - is a secondary son of King Robert.



*** The Children: [[spoiler:The Children of the Forest, the Stark children (Jon, Bran, and Arya) prospects looking good for once, and the Lannister Children (Jaime, Cersei and Tyrion) defying their father.]]

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*** The Children: [[spoiler:The Children of the Forest, the Stark children (Jon, Bran, and Arya) prospects looking good for once, and the Lannister Children (Jaime, Cersei and Tyrion) defying their father.]]father]] and Daenerys putting her "children" in chains. Coincidentally, the episode first aired on Father's Day.
7th Jan '17 7:07:56 AM tropeminer
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* The ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "It's Only A Paper Moon". Nog becomes a ShellShockedVeteran and refuses to leave the holosuite, running the Vic Fontaine program constantly. The episode title is one of the swing standards sung by Vic, but also reflects Nog retreating into an unreal world.
** There was also the episode "Defiant," the name of the ship assigned to [=DS9=], which was stolen by Tom Riker (Will's transporter "clone"), who attempts to join the Maquis with her.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "The Galileo Seven", which refers not only to the shuttlecraft, but the seven people aboard her. This reference was sadly missed by the writers of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' when naming the episode "Shuttlepod One".
* The ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Counterpoint"; it could refer to the classical music that plays (in-universe) through the episode, the interplay between Janeway and Inspector Kashyk, or the pattern they discover to the wormhole appearances.

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* ''StarTrek''
** ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "The Galileo Seven", which refers not only to the shuttlecraft, but the seven people aboard her. This reference was sadly missed by the writers of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' when naming the episode "Shuttlepod One".
** Most episodes of ''StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
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The ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "It's Only A Paper Moon". Nog becomes a ShellShockedVeteran and refuses to leave the holosuite, running the Vic Fontaine program constantly. The episode title is one of the swing standards sung by Vic, but also reflects Nog retreating into an unreal world.
** *** There was also the episode "Defiant," the name of the ship assigned to [=DS9=], which was stolen by Tom Riker (Will's transporter "clone"), who attempts to join the Maquis with her.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "The Galileo Seven", which refers not only to the shuttlecraft, but the seven people aboard her. This reference was sadly missed by the writers of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' when naming the episode "Shuttlepod One".
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** The ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Counterpoint"; it could refer to the classical music that plays (in-universe) through the episode, the interplay between Janeway and Inspector Kashyk, or the pattern they discover to the wormhole appearances.
30th Dec '16 9:55:34 AM BKelly95
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* ''Film/LaLaLand'' takes its title from a nickname for UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, where it takes place. The film is also a musical, so there's a lot of "la la" going on.
8th Dec '16 4:41:52 AM DaibhidC
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* Episode titles of ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' often have multiple meanings, usually referring to different things in the gameworld and the world of the players. For example, episode 1442 is called "Not to Scale", and is about them preparing a battle map for the next game session (where the figures may not be to scale) and Ben warning Pete about attending a high school concert (where the singers will probably be out of tune).
7th Dec '16 10:11:01 PM dmcreif
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* The ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'' episode "Cut Man" starts with a flashback to a young Matt stitching up his father's face after he endures a particularly nasty fight [[note]] In boxing, a "cut man" is a medic who gives boxers quick first aid so that a fight can continue.[[/note]], and a much later scene involves Matt torturing a mobster for information by cutting his face with a knife.

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* The ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'' episode "Cut Man" starts with a flashback to a young Matt stitching up his father's face after he endures a particularly nasty fight [[note]] In boxing, a fight. That's the boxing definition: as the "cut man" is a medic who gives boxers quick first aid so that a fight can continue.[[/note]], and continue. Then there's a much later scene involves involving Matt torturing a mobster Russian for information by cutting his face with a knife.knife, which provides the alternate meaning.
7th Dec '16 6:38:25 PM MyFinalEdits
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* ''StarTrekGenerations'' refers to James T. Kirk and [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Jean-Luc Picard]], two captains from different eras in the TrekVerse, joining forces to stop evil as well as the cast of ''Star Trek: The Next '''Generation''''' taking on the ''Star Trek'' film series after the ''[[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Original Series]]'' gang.

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* ''StarTrekGenerations'' ''Film/StarTrekGenerations'' refers to James T. Kirk and [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Jean-Luc Picard]], two captains from different eras in the TrekVerse, joining forces to stop evil as well as the cast of ''Star Trek: The Next '''Generation''''' taking on the ''Star Trek'' film series after the ''[[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Original Series]]'' gang.
7th Dec '16 6:30:52 PM tropeminer
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* ''StarTrekGenerations'' refers to James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard, two captains from different eras in the TrekVerse, joining forces to stop evil as well as the cast of [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration ''Star Trek: The Next '''Generation''''']] taking on the ''Star Trek'' film series after the ''[[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Original Series]]'' gang.

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* ''StarTrekGenerations'' refers to James T. Kirk and [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Jean-Luc Picard, Picard]], two captains from different eras in the TrekVerse, joining forces to stop evil as well as the cast of [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration ''Star Trek: The Next '''Generation''''']] '''Generation''''' taking on the ''Star Trek'' film series after the ''[[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Original Series]]'' gang.
7th Dec '16 6:26:02 PM tropeminer
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* ''StarTrekGenerations'' refers to James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard, two revered captains from different eras in the TrekVerse, joining forces to stop evil as well as the cast of ''[[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Star Trek: The Next '''Generation''']]'' taking on the ''Star Trek'' film series after the ''[[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Original Series]]'' gang.

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* ''StarTrekGenerations'' refers to James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard, two revered captains from different eras in the TrekVerse, joining forces to stop evil as well as the cast of ''[[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Star [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration ''Star Trek: The Next '''Generation''']]'' '''Generation''''']] taking on the ''Star Trek'' film series after the ''[[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Original Series]]'' gang.
7th Dec '16 6:23:32 PM tropeminer
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* ''StarTrekGenerations'' refers to James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard, two revered captains from different eras in the TrekVerse, joining forces to stop evil as well as the cast of ''[[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Star Trek: The Next '''Generation''']]'' taking on the ''Star Trek'' film series after the ''[[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Original Series]]'' gang.
7th Dec '16 4:14:14 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/AngelHeart'': The title refers to [[spoiler:the beating heart belonging to the original Harold Angel that Johnny Favourite stole]], but the meaning is also more literal in that the movie deals with an actual angel--just [[{{Satan}} not a very good one]].
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