History Main / GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff

19th Oct '15 5:24:00 PM karstovich2
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The opposite of AmericansHateTingle (where something that's popular in its home market becomes loathed abroad, usually by getting a particularly vehement and widespread Hatedom in one specific country) and the inversion of NeverAcceptedInHisHometown (where something is popular in any place other than its original country/city).

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The opposite of AmericansHateTingle (where something that's popular in its home market becomes loathed abroad, usually by getting a particularly vehement and widespread Hatedom in one specific country) and at once the SuperTrope ''and'' the inversion of NeverAcceptedInHisHometown (where something is popular in any place other than its original country/city).
17th Aug '15 10:07:25 PM Twentington
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff/{{Experiments}}
22nd Feb '15 3:10:33 AM Patachou
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff/PuppetShows
25th Jan '15 11:19:02 AM hydrix
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff/{{Networks}}
10th Jan '15 10:59:00 AM SWFMax
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->''"[[RunningGag ...Which once again]] [[CatchPhrase proves my theory:]] [[TropeNamers Germans Love David Hasselhoff.]]"''

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->''"[[RunningGag ...->''"...Which once again]] [[CatchPhrase again proves my theory:]] [[TropeNamers theory: Germans Love David Hasselhoff.]]"''"''
30th Dec '14 8:27:34 PM CureArielRocks
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5th Oct '14 11:04:03 PM morane
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A version of the EnsembleDarkhorse, where interest in a character (or an entire work) is sparked by an audience well-divorced from the production source, particularly if the show is released in other countries. Places with [[ValuesDissonance different cultural baggage]] often hook onto different characters, whether or not these are the ones pushed by the story. This is even more of a gamble when one character's personality and motivations have a direct tie to the culture of origin.

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Also known as '''Big in Japan'''. A version of the EnsembleDarkhorse, where interest in a character (or an entire work) is sparked by an audience well-divorced from the production source, particularly if the show is released in other countries. Places with [[ValuesDissonance different cultural baggage]] often hook onto different characters, whether or not these are the ones pushed by the story. This is even more of a gamble when one character's personality and motivations have a direct tie to the culture of origin.
21st Sep '14 8:32:59 PM Elusivehawk
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->''"[[RunningGag ...Which once again]] [[CatchPhrase proves my theory:]] [[TropeNamer Germans Love David Hasselhoff.]]"''
-->-- '''NormMacdonald''', [[SaturdayNightLive Weekend Update]]

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->''"[[RunningGag ...Which once again]] [[CatchPhrase proves my theory:]] [[TropeNamer [[TropeNamers Germans Love David Hasselhoff.]]"''
-->-- '''NormMacdonald''', [[SaturdayNightLive '''Creator/NormMacdonald''', [[Series/SaturdayNightLive Weekend Update]]
21st Jul '14 5:06:18 PM Nautilus1
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff/{{Architecture}}
18th Jun '14 12:38:44 AM SeptimusHeap
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