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17th Jun '16 2:59:05 AM Doug86
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* Most events on ''Series/SamAndCat'' sound bizarre when discussing them anyway, but "[=#BrainCrush=]" takes the gold - the B-story has Cat putting on a one-girl play. Fair enough, she goes to a school for the performing arts and though her specialty's singing they do all sorts there... but it's about Abraham Lincoln. If Abraham Lincoln was a woman. Complete with long red beard [[ShesGotLegs and a short skirt]]. Luckily, ArianaGrande is too cute for it to come off as FanDisservice, but still. Oh, and...

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* Most events on ''Series/SamAndCat'' sound bizarre when discussing them anyway, but "[=#BrainCrush=]" takes the gold - the B-story has Cat putting on a one-girl play. Fair enough, she goes to a school for the performing arts and though her specialty's singing they do all sorts there... but it's about Abraham Lincoln. If Abraham Lincoln was a woman. Complete with long red beard [[ShesGotLegs and a short skirt]]. Luckily, ArianaGrande Music/ArianaGrande is too cute for it to come off as FanDisservice, but still. Oh, and...
30th May '16 5:35:46 PM rjd1922
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbbKixDxb28 This news article]] about a man released from conviction for carrying drugs, weapons and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking double parking]], which is interlaced with interviews of people in a carpark and a mysterious double parked driver. Its then revealed [[AndThenJohnWasaZombie the reporter]] was the double parker all along! Then followed with a scene where the report argues with himself!

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbbKixDxb28 This news article]] about a man released from conviction for carrying drugs, weapons and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking double parking]], which is interlaced with interviews of people in a carpark and a mysterious double parked driver. Its then revealed [[AndThenJohnWasaZombie [[TheDogWasTheMastermind the reporter]] was the double parker all along! Then followed with a scene where the report argues with himself!
30th May '16 5:35:22 PM rjd1922
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbbKixDxb28 This news article]] about a man released from conviction for carrying drugs, weapons and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick double parking]], which is interlaced with interviews of people in a carpark and a mysterious double parked driver. Its then revealed [[AndThenJohnWasaZombie the reporter]] was the double parker all along! Then followed with a scene where the report argues with himself!

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbbKixDxb28 This news article]] about a man released from conviction for carrying drugs, weapons and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking double parking]], which is interlaced with interviews of people in a carpark and a mysterious double parked driver. Its then revealed [[AndThenJohnWasaZombie the reporter]] was the double parker all along! Then followed with a scene where the report argues with himself!
11th May '16 7:51:12 PM bwburke94
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%% The former trope "I Am Not Making This Up" covered anything surprising (the trope was scrapped due to being thrown around like confetti, applied to anything even remotely unusual). This covers the much narrower context of stuff that is nonsensical both when summarized, and in context. To provide one example, Cantor's proof of the existence of the Transinfinite fell under IANMTU, but because it [[ItMakesSenseInContext makes sense when the context is described]] and is a fairly logical result, it wouldn't be this. %%

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%% The former trope "I Am Not Making This Up" covered anything surprising (the trope was scrapped due to being thrown around like confetti, applied to anything even remotely unusual). This covers the much narrower context of stuff that is nonsensical both when summarized, and in context. To provide one example, Cantor's proof of the existence of the Transinfinite fell under IANMTU, but because it [[ItMakesSenseInContext makes sense when the context is described]] described and is a fairly logical result, it wouldn't be this. %%



* The ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' season four finale "Restless" is a goldmine for this trope, but there has to be particular mention for the little man who wanders through the main characters dreams discussing, demonstrating and wearing cheese slices. In the commentary Joss Whedon says this is because every dream has some element which simply makes no sense.

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* The ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' season four finale "Restless" is a goldmine for this trope, but there has to be particular mention for the little man who wanders through the main characters dreams discussing, demonstrating and wearing cheese slices. In the commentary Joss Whedon says this is because every dream has some element which simply makes no sense.
6th May '16 5:44:19 AM alspawn
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* The ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' season four finale "Restless" is a goldmine for this trope, but there has to be particular mention for the little man who wanders through the main characters dreams discussing, demonstrating and wearing cheese slices. In the commentary Joss Whedon says this is because every dream has some element which simply makes no sense.
5th May '16 4:13:16 PM nombretomado
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* Ah, ''Series/TwinPeaks''. Sure, for the most part, it was a reasonably straightforward murder mystery with soap opera aspects. But then every so often there'd be a denim-clad demon named BOB (all caps) and his former best friend who cut off his arm to get rid of a tattoo he didn't like and the arm turned into a little person who dances a lot, a teleporting horse, an extradimensional conspiracy revolving around creamed corn, a murdered woman's soul getting caught inside a dresser drawer, a seemingly-crazy woman whose best friend is a chunk of wood which is implied not only to be sentient, but also to have psychic powers, and DavidBowie and Chris Isaak as FBI agents who accidentally travel through time. And the normal stuff just made the weird stuff seem even weirder.

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* Ah, ''Series/TwinPeaks''. Sure, for the most part, it was a reasonably straightforward murder mystery with soap opera aspects. But then every so often there'd be a denim-clad demon named BOB (all caps) and his former best friend who cut off his arm to get rid of a tattoo he didn't like and the arm turned into a little person who dances a lot, a teleporting horse, an extradimensional conspiracy revolving around creamed corn, a murdered woman's soul getting caught inside a dresser drawer, a seemingly-crazy woman whose best friend is a chunk of wood which is implied not only to be sentient, but also to have psychic powers, and DavidBowie Music/DavidBowie and Chris Isaak as FBI agents who accidentally travel through time. And the normal stuff just made the weird stuff seem even weirder.
24th Mar '16 7:26:25 PM Eddy1215
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* ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'': any of Pinky's answers to the question, 'AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering'

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* ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'': any Any of Pinky's answers to the question, 'AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering'
21st Mar '16 9:24:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* The infamous ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode ''Threshold'', in which traveling at warp 10 causes people to mutate into large salamanders and have salamander babies together before being returned completely to normal. There's something about [[HollywoodEvolution "evolution"]] in there, but beyond that...

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* The infamous ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode ''Threshold'', "Threshold", in which traveling at warp 10 causes people to mutate into large salamanders and have salamander babies together before being returned completely to normal. There's something about [[HollywoodEvolution "evolution"]] in there, but beyond that...
21st Mar '16 9:06:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* Ah, ''TwinPeaks''. Sure, for the most part, it was a reasonably straightforward murder mystery with soap opera aspects. But then every so often there'd be a denim-clad demon named BOB (all caps) and his former best friend who cut off his arm to get rid of a tattoo he didn't like and the arm turned into a little person who dances a lot, a teleporting horse, an extradimensional conspiracy revolving around creamed corn, a murdered woman's soul getting caught inside a dresser drawer, a seemingly-crazy woman whose best friend is a chunk of wood which is implied not only to be sentient, but also to have psychic powers, and DavidBowie and Chris Isaak as FBI agents who accidentally travel through time. And the normal stuff just made the weird stuff seem even weirder.
* ''TheYoungOnes'': From the airplane crashing into the house, random unexplained time travel into the middle ages, Vampires in the post, random cartoon violence, a genie in a kettle that is boiled alive when one of them makes tea, Macbeth witches in the hallway, a roller disco in the bedroom, the very random cut scenes that don't have any meaning and the fact that the entire episode is held together, if at all, by a very loose plot thread.

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* Ah, ''TwinPeaks''.''Series/TwinPeaks''. Sure, for the most part, it was a reasonably straightforward murder mystery with soap opera aspects. But then every so often there'd be a denim-clad demon named BOB (all caps) and his former best friend who cut off his arm to get rid of a tattoo he didn't like and the arm turned into a little person who dances a lot, a teleporting horse, an extradimensional conspiracy revolving around creamed corn, a murdered woman's soul getting caught inside a dresser drawer, a seemingly-crazy woman whose best friend is a chunk of wood which is implied not only to be sentient, but also to have psychic powers, and DavidBowie and Chris Isaak as FBI agents who accidentally travel through time. And the normal stuff just made the weird stuff seem even weirder.
* ''TheYoungOnes'': ''Series/TheYoungOnes'': From the airplane crashing into the house, random unexplained time travel into the middle ages, Vampires in the post, random cartoon violence, a genie in a kettle that is boiled alive when one of them makes tea, Macbeth witches in the hallway, a roller disco in the bedroom, the very random cut scenes that don't have any meaning and the fact that the entire episode is held together, if at all, by a very loose plot thread.
21st Feb '16 4:11:42 AM catmuto
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* ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'': The heroine brings something to her teacher during the summer holidays and he asks if she'll stay to help him with some work. The heroine can choose to either stay and help him; go to the library... or say that she has to claim her spoils of war and head to the distant land of mascedonia, to obtain her reward from the king. There is just ''no'' explaining of that line.
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