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18th Sep '17 2:51:21 PM eroock
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27th Aug '17 4:38:17 AM Doug86
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** This often pops up in the promos of self-proclaimed geniuses and/or lunatics. Then there's fellows like the UltimateWarrior, where even the other people behind the scene can't tell whether it's an [[MethodActing unbelievably in-depth put-on]] or [[CloudCuckooLander they really believe the insanity coming out of their mouths]].

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** This often pops up in the promos of self-proclaimed geniuses and/or lunatics. Then there's fellows like the UltimateWarrior, Wrestling/UltimateWarrior, where even the other people behind the scene can't tell whether it's an [[MethodActing unbelievably in-depth put-on]] or [[CloudCuckooLander they really believe the insanity coming out of their mouths]].
24th Jul '17 10:09:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/{{Oz}}'' often included odd narration segments from Augustus Hill (Who is also a main character) regarding the theme of the episode. Sometimes They were beautiful and insightful. Other times They were just bizarre. He also delivered exposition on prisoners and Their crimes, making his exact nature (Augustus as a character couldn't possibly know some of the facts) somewhat ambiguous.

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* ''Series/{{Oz}}'' often included odd narration segments from Augustus Hill (Who is also a main character) regarding the theme of the episode. Sometimes They they were beautiful and insightful. Other times They they were just bizarre. He also delivered exposition on prisoners and Their their crimes, making his exact nature (Augustus as a character couldn't possibly know some of the facts) somewhat ambiguous.
24th Jul '17 8:55:32 AM Morgenthaler
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** This was spoofed on an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' when Mulder starts one of these in the day and by the time he finishes it has become night and everyone else including Scully has left the area.
--->'''Mulder:''' "Voodoo priests of Haiti! Tibetan numerologists of Appalachia! The unsolved mysteries of... ''UnsolvedMysteries''!"


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* This was spoofed on an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' when [[Series/TheXFiles Agent Mulder]] starts one of these in the day and by the time he finishes it has become night and everyone else including Scully has left the area.
--->'''Mulder:''' "Voodoo priests of Haiti! Tibetan numerologists of Appalachia! The unsolved mysteries of... ''UnsolvedMysteries''!"
24th Jul '17 8:54:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* The narrator for the TV advertisements for KingdomHospital, while not entirely inaccurate, made the show seem like an overly dramatic, extremely intense, straight horror series. Anyone who actually watched an episode of the show knows it doesn't take itself nearly as serious as the narrator made it out to be, who exaggerates even the silly comedic or mundane moments in the series to make them sound ominous or exciting. One example would be "The head doctor is inducted into a secret society!" The actual "secret society" is a standard fraternity deal with ridiculous hats and silly secret hand gestures, and its hazing ritual is mostly played for laughs. Narrator: "The dead cause the Earth to tremble!" The reality: Minor earth tremors occur at Kingdom hospital occasionally, and while they technically caused by the dead it really isn't as big a deal as the narrator made it sound.

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* The narrator for the TV advertisements for KingdomHospital, ''Series/KingdomHospital'', while not entirely inaccurate, made the show seem like an overly dramatic, extremely intense, straight horror series. Anyone who actually watched an episode of the show knows it doesn't take itself nearly as serious as the narrator made it out to be, who exaggerates even the silly comedic or mundane moments in the series to make them sound ominous or exciting. One example would be "The head doctor is inducted into a secret society!" The actual "secret society" is a standard fraternity deal with ridiculous hats and silly secret hand gestures, and its hazing ritual is mostly played for laughs. Narrator: "The dead cause the Earth to tremble!" The reality: Minor earth tremors occur at Kingdom hospital occasionally, and while they technically caused by the dead it really isn't as big a deal as the narrator made it sound.
26th Jun '17 1:49:22 PM Vir
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* Each Episode of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' opens with a philosophical quote or pseudo-quote that tries to tie it in to the episode.

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* Each Episode episode of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' opens with a philosophical quote or pseudo-quote that tries to tie it in to the episode.
13th Jun '17 1:20:00 PM twingle93
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* The narrator for the TV advertisements for KingdomHospital, while not entirely inaccurate, made the show seem like an overly dramatic, extremely intense, straight horror series. Anyone who actually watched an episode of the show knows it doesn't take itself nearly as serious as the narrator made it out to be, who exaggerates even the silly comedic or mundane moments in the series sound ominous or exciting. One example would be "The head doctor is inducted into a secret society!" The actual "secret society" is a standard fraternity deal with ridiculous hats and silly secret hand gestures, and is mostly played for laughs. Narrator: "The dead cause the Earth to tremble!" The reality: Minor earth tremors occur at Kingdom hospital ocassionally.

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* The narrator for the TV advertisements for KingdomHospital, while not entirely inaccurate, made the show seem like an overly dramatic, extremely intense, straight horror series. Anyone who actually watched an episode of the show knows it doesn't take itself nearly as serious as the narrator made it out to be, who exaggerates even the silly comedic or mundane moments in the series to make them sound ominous or exciting. One example would be "The head doctor is inducted into a secret society!" The actual "secret society" is a standard fraternity deal with ridiculous hats and silly secret hand gestures, and its hazing ritual is mostly played for laughs. Narrator: "The dead cause the Earth to tremble!" The reality: Minor earth tremors occur at Kingdom hospital ocassionally.occasionally, and while they technically caused by the dead it really isn't as big a deal as the narrator made it sound.
13th Jun '17 1:17:30 PM twingle93
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* The narrator for the TV advertisements for KingdomHospital, while not entirely inaccurate, made the show seem like an overly dramatic, extremely intense, straight horror series. Anyone who actually watched an episode of the show knows it doesn't take itself nearly as serious as the narrator made it out to be, who exaggerates even the silly comedic or mundane moments in the series sound ominous or exciting. One example would be "The head doctor is inducted into a secret society!" The actual "secret society" is a standard fraternity deal with ridiculous hats and silly secret hand gestures, and is mostly played for laughs. Narrator: "The dead cause the Earth to tremble!" The reality: Minor earth tremors occur at Kingdom hospital ocassionally.
6th Jun '17 6:27:02 PM thevideogameempire
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* ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'' features lengthy inner monologues by the [[AntiVillain Wolkenritter]], which mostly revolve around their perceived inability to have normal lives and impending failure to save the only person in the universe they care for.
6th Jun '17 6:23:07 PM thevideogameempire
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* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann''
** [[WrenchWench Mechanic par excellence]] [[CampGay Leeron]] gives one of these around episode 22, about... gyroscopes.

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* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann''
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''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'': [[WrenchWench Mechanic par excellence]] [[CampGay Leeron]] gives one of these around episode 22, about... gyroscopes.
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