History Main / HeyThatsMyLine

10th Jun '17 1:22:15 AM JackG
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** A spoof back in 1985 had Creator/LennyHenry as the Doctor with a companion kept doing this trope.

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** A spoof back in 1985 had Creator/LennyHenry as the Doctor with a companion who kept doing this trope.
10th Jun '17 1:21:58 AM JackG
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-->'''The Doctor:''' You mean...[DramaticPause]

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-->'''The Doctor:''' You mean...[DramaticPause]''[DramaticPause]''


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-->'''Companion:''' I'm sorry. Go on then; ''You mean...!''
-->'''The Doctor:''' The Daleks! ''[to companion]'' Thanks, I feel better now.
10th Jun '17 1:18:51 AM JackG
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** A spoof back in 1985 had Creator/LennyHenry as the Doctor, while his companion kept doing this trope.

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** A spoof back in 1985 had Creator/LennyHenry as the Doctor, while his Doctor with a companion kept doing this trope.
10th Jun '17 1:18:23 AM JackG
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-->'''Companion:''' Is it the Daleks?
-->'''Lenny!Doctor:''' ''I'' wanted to say that!

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-->'''The Doctor:''' You mean...[DramaticPause]
-->'''Companion:''' Is it the Daleks?
-->'''Lenny!Doctor:'''
The Daleks!
-->'''The Doctor:'''
''I'' wanted to say that!
10th Jun '17 1:16:45 AM JackG
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** A spoof back in 1985 had Creator/LennyHenry as the Doctor, while his companion kept doing this trope.
-->'''Companion:''' Is it the Daleks?
-->'''Lenny!Doctor:''' ''I'' wanted to say that!
10th Jun '17 1:02:18 AM JackG
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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', part of the character arc of Clara Oswald is in her becoming the DistaffCounterpart to the Doctor, leading to a few of these moments, such as in "Flatline" when she briefly impersonates the Doctor (much to the chagrin of the real Doctor, who is listening in), and in "Under the Lake" when it's Clara, not the Doctor, who yells "Run!" when being chased by a monster. When he first meets a Victorian version of Clara in "The Snowmen", she ends up hauling him by the hand like a DamselInDistress, the Doctor complaining all the while.

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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', part of the character arc of Clara Oswald is in her becoming the DistaffCounterpart to the Doctor, leading to a few of these moments, such as in "Flatline" when she briefly impersonates the Doctor (much to the chagrin of the real Doctor, who is listening in), and in "Under the Lake" when it's Clara, not the Doctor, who yells "Run!" when being chased by a monster. When he first meets a Victorian version of Clara in "The Snowmen", she ends up hauling him along by the hand like a DamselInDistress, the Doctor complaining all the while.
10th Jun '17 1:01:42 AM JackG
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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', part of the character arc of Clara Oswald is in her becoming the DistaffCounterpart to the Doctor, leading to a few of these moments, such as in "Flatline" when she briefly impersonates the Doctor (much to the chagrin of the real Doctor, who is listening in), and in "Under the Lake" when it's Clara, not the Doctor, who yells "Run!" when being chased by a monster.

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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', part of the character arc of Clara Oswald is in her becoming the DistaffCounterpart to the Doctor, leading to a few of these moments, such as in "Flatline" when she briefly impersonates the Doctor (much to the chagrin of the real Doctor, who is listening in), and in "Under the Lake" when it's Clara, not the Doctor, who yells "Run!" when being chased by a monster. When he first meets a Victorian version of Clara in "The Snowmen", she ends up hauling him by the hand like a DamselInDistress, the Doctor complaining all the while.
-->'''The Doctor:''' No, ''I'' do the hand grabbing! That's my job; that's always me!
10th Apr '17 7:57:19 PM Kartoonkid95
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** In ''A Sitch in Time'', when Future!Shego intimidates Ron when he tries to steal the Time Monkey from her.
-->'''Future!Shego:''' See, I rule the world. I can do anything.
-->'''Kim:''' Hey, that's my line!
-->'''Future!Shego:''' Maybe, but I've have the muscle to back it up. ''(tosses Ron at Kim)''
14th Jan '17 4:00:11 PM DaibhidC
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** When Zoidberg's contemporary iHawk uses a joke Zoidberg had told before (and was much better received), Zoidberg freaked out and threatened to kill him, because "That's my joke!"
** That whole ''Futurama'' episode is a parody of a ''Series/{{MASH}}'' episode in which BJ started taking credit for a joke Hawkeye's father told him. It seemed to bug Hawkeye more that BJ hadn't laughed when he first heard the joke than it did that he stole it.

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** When Zoidberg's contemporary iHawk uses a joke Zoidberg had told before (and was much better received), Zoidberg freaked out and threatened to kill him, because "That's my joke!"
** That whole ''Futurama'' episode
joke!" The scene is a parody of a ''Series/{{MASH}}'' episode in which BJ started taking credit for a joke Hawkeye's father told him. It seemed to bug Hawkeye more that BJ hadn't laughed when he first heard the joke than it did that he stole it.
26th Nov '16 12:46:32 AM Morgenthaler
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** In Part 3, Joseph gets a brief HesBack moment when he revives this trick against one of DIO's Stand-using assassins, showing that even though he's older he's still a {{Badass}}.

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** In Part 3, Joseph gets a brief HesBack moment when he revives this trick against one of DIO's Stand-using assassins, showing that even though he's older he's still a {{Badass}}.badass.
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