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26th Feb '16 4:00:07 PM shamblingdead2
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29th Nov '15 4:00:29 PM FF32
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* The first scene between Roy and Joe in ''AngelsInAmerica'' contains a lot of this, with Joe's attempts to get a word in edgewise between Roy's onslaughts of speech.

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* The first scene between Roy and Joe in ''AngelsInAmerica'' ''Theatre/AngelsInAmerica'' contains a lot of this, with Joe's attempts to get a word in edgewise between Roy's onslaughts of speech.
6th Nov '15 10:58:17 PM Llygodenfawr
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American writer Creator/DavidMamet is probably most famous for his distinctive style of writing fast, clever, edgy dialogue. When a playwright wins a Pulitzer Prize, his style does not often go without imitation. Mamet's often-imitated dialogue style is called MametSpeak.

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American writer Creator/DavidMamet is probably most famous for his distinctive style of writing fast, clever, edgy dialogue. When a playwright wins a Pulitzer Prize, his style does not often go without imitation. Mamet's often-imitated dialogue style is called MametSpeak.
Mamet Speak.
5th Apr '15 6:30:00 PM Qussow
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* ''{{Archer}}'' is a great example, with every character getting in on the fun.
1st Jan '15 12:28:34 PM kipados
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* Theatre/Extra Pulp is completely built around this trope. All of the characters speak in short, profanity-ridden sentences that overlap and repeat each other.

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* Theatre/Extra Pulp ''{{Extra Pulp}}'' is completely built around this trope. All of the characters speak in short, profanity-ridden sentences that overlap and repeat each other.
1st Jan '15 12:28:05 PM kipados
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* ''Theatre/Extra Pulp'' is completely built around this trope. All of the characters speak in short, profanity-ridden sentences that overlap and repeat each other.

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* ''Theatre/Extra Pulp'' Theatre/Extra Pulp is completely built around this trope. All of the characters speak in short, profanity-ridden sentences that overlap and repeat each other.
1st Jan '15 12:27:50 PM kipados
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* '''Theatre/Extra Pulp''' is completely built around this trope. All of the characters speak in short, profanity-ridden sentences that overlap and repeat each other.

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* '''Theatre/Extra Pulp''' ''Theatre/Extra Pulp'' is completely built around this trope. All of the characters speak in short, profanity-ridden sentences that overlap and repeat each other.
1st Jan '15 12:27:27 PM kipados
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* '''Theatre/Extra Pulp''' is completely built around this trope. All of the characters speak in short, profanity-ridden sentences that overlap and repeat each other.
21st Dec '14 12:44:52 PM WarriorsGate
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* It is loaded with jargon. If two characters work in the same field, expect them to use words and concepts specific to that field without stopping or even slowing down to make sure the non-professional audience can follow along. Consequently, expect as little {{Exposition}} as possible.
26th Sep '14 6:16:45 AM pinkdalek
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* ''Series/TheThickOfIt'' uses this, although it has indulgent fun with particularly surreal swearing.
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