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23rd Aug '16 10:11:48 PM Kuruni
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'''''No examples, please.''' Examples of this are subjective, not to mention they can lead into both ConversationInTheMainPage and Administrivia/ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike (especially ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch).''

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'''''No examples, please.''' Examples of this are subjective, not to mention they can lead into both ConversationInTheMainPage and Administrivia/ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike (especially ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch).Administrivia/ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike.''
23rd Aug '16 2:48:04 PM TheBuddy26
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''No examples, please. Examples of this are subjective, not to mention they can lead into Administrivia/ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike.''

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''No '''''No examples, please. please.''' Examples of this are subjective, not to mention they can lead into Administrivia/ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike.both ConversationInTheMainPage and Administrivia/ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike (especially ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontWatch).''
16th May '16 4:51:58 PM Karxrida
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This can also show up when, for the person disappointed by the work, something is heavily over-analyzed or praised as being [[SupposedlyRebelliousSeries more rebellious, challenging or intellectually "deep" than it is]]. It's common for people coming to something that has been praised to the moon for its iconoclastic bravery or intellectual complexity to find that what they are watching is neither as revolutionary or deep as they've been led to believe. In some cases, the revolutionary unique show you're watching was only revolutionary [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny when it was made]].

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This can also show up when, for the person disappointed by the work, something is heavily over-analyzed or praised as being [[SupposedlyRebelliousSeries more rebellious, challenging or intellectually "deep" than it is]].is. It's common for people coming to something that has been praised to the moon for its iconoclastic bravery or intellectual complexity to find that what they are watching is neither as revolutionary or deep as they've been led to believe. In some cases, the revolutionary unique show you're watching was only revolutionary [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny when it was made]].
25th May '15 1:56:05 PM BlackYakuzu94
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23rd Dec '14 5:12:41 AM Morgenthaler
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'''Topper Harley:''' [[StealthPun It's not what I'd hoped for]].
-->--''Film/HotShots! Part Deux''

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'''Topper Harley:''' [[StealthPun It's not what I'd hoped for]].
-->--''Film/HotShots! Part Deux''
for.
-->-- ''Film/HotShotsPartDeux''
20th Nov '14 8:12:25 PM 102372
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-->--''Film/HotShots Part Deux''

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-->--''Film/HotShots -->--''Film/HotShots! Part Deux''
20th Nov '14 8:12:16 PM 102372
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->'''Rabinowitz''': What are you reading?\\
'''Topper Harley''': ''Literature/GreatExpectations''.\\
'''Rabinowitz''': Is it any good?\\
'''Topper Harley''': [[StealthPun It's not what I'd hoped for]].
-->-- ''HotShotsPartDeux''


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->'''Rabinowitz''': ->'''Rabinowitz:''' What are you reading?\\
'''Topper Harley''': Harley:''' ''Literature/GreatExpectations''.\\
'''Rabinowitz''': '''Rabinowitz:''' Is it any good?\\
'''Topper Harley''': Harley:''' [[StealthPun It's not what I'd hoped for]].
-->-- ''HotShotsPartDeux''

-->--''Film/HotShots Part Deux''
21st Jul '14 8:48:11 PM bluehedgehogjunkie
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This is even more ironic if the disappointment stems from the viewer having seen the work's elements done to death already, when the work itself had [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny originate those clichés.]] Or the inverse can happen; a work that seems incredibly inventive and original to a relatively young target audience may fall flat when seen by an older viewer who has seen past works that it [[FollowTheLeader liberally borrows from]].

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This is even more ironic if the disappointment stems from the viewer having seen the work's elements done to death already, when the work itself had [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny originate originated those clichés.]] Or the inverse can happen; a work that seems incredibly inventive and original to a relatively young target audience may fall flat when seen by an older viewer who has seen past works that it [[FollowTheLeader liberally borrows from]].
4th Jul '14 9:45:14 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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This can also show up when, for the person disappointed by the work, something is heavily over-analyzed or praised as being [[RuleAbidingRebel more rebellious, challenging or intellectually "deep" than it is]]. It's common for people coming to something that has been praised to the moon for its iconoclastic bravery or intellectual complexity to find that what they are watching is neither as revolutionary or deep as they've been led to believe. In some cases, the revolutionary unique show you're watching was only revolutionary [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny when it was made]].

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This can also show up when, for the person disappointed by the work, something is heavily over-analyzed or praised as being [[RuleAbidingRebel [[SupposedlyRebelliousSeries more rebellious, challenging or intellectually "deep" than it is]]. It's common for people coming to something that has been praised to the moon for its iconoclastic bravery or intellectual complexity to find that what they are watching is neither as revolutionary or deep as they've been led to believe. In some cases, the revolutionary unique show you're watching was only revolutionary [[SeinfeldIsUnfunny when it was made]].
19th May '14 9:05:08 PM Retloclive
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