History Main / NothingExcitingEverHappensHere

23rd Jan '16 6:02:45 AM Andyroid
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* A sbemail on ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' called '[[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail131.html boring (really)]]' asked Strong Bad if anything exciting happened over there, and that the sender was bored out of his mind. While the show is normally very exciting, just to piss the emailer off the entire episode was extremely boring, with such craziness as counting bricks on a wall, practicing blinking, and naming off all the 3 lettered words Strong Bad could think of.
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* A sbemail on ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' called ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': In the WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail '[[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail131.html boring (really)]]' (really)]]', a viewer asked Strong Bad if anything exciting happened over there, in Free Country USA, and that the sender was bored out of his their mind. While the show is normally very exciting, just to piss the emailer off the entire episode was extremely boring, with such craziness as counting bricks on a wall, practicing blinking, and naming off all the 3 lettered words Strong Bad could think of.
22nd Dec '15 6:55:28 AM LentilSandEater
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* Subverted slightly in the home-spun play of Blaine (from ''Film/WaitingForGuffman''), in which an alien's musical number is "Nothing Ever Happens On Mars".
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* Subverted slightly in the The home-spun play of Blaine (from ''Film/WaitingForGuffman''), in which an alien's musical number is "Nothing Ever Happens On Mars".
16th Nov '15 6:59:11 PM Prfnoff
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* ''Literature/TheMidwichCuckoos'' has a few pages describing the almost completely uneventful history of the out-of-the-way English village of Midwich, where a mysterious incident is beginning to unfold.
12th Nov '15 5:33:13 PM nombretomado
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* The main characters of the Brentford trilogy by RobertRankin claim Brentford is this. [[CityOfAdventure In spite of being the place where Julius Caesar invented football, having a nesting griffin, existing in four dimensions simultaneously and having an]] EldritchAbomination [[OncePerEpisode attack per book...]]
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* The main characters of the Brentford trilogy by RobertRankin Creator/RobertRankin claim Brentford is this. [[CityOfAdventure In spite of being the place where Julius Caesar invented football, having a nesting griffin, existing in four dimensions simultaneously and having an]] EldritchAbomination [[OncePerEpisode attack per book...]]
11th Nov '15 9:38:24 AM Julia1984
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* Common in the ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' books, although Sammy Jacobs of "My Best Friend Is Invisible" is the only one to say this phrase word-for-word.
25th Oct '15 4:30:28 AM megarotic
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* ''Webcomic/WildeLife'': Set in Podunk, Oklahoma, which has ghosts, werewolves, helpful spiders, talking bears and a landlady who's a "real witch".
4th Oct '15 2:35:02 PM StFan
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* ''{{ComicBooks/Superboy}}'' #149 (July 1968), the issue with special guest villains Bonnie and Clyde, opens with LanaLang noting to Clark how nothing ever happens in Smallville. (This despite an alien invasion, disaster or criminal scheme happening every other issue.) Her line's almost immediately followed by Bonnie and Clyde robbing the bank Lana and Clark are visiting.
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* ''{{ComicBooks/Superboy}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Superboy}}'' #149 (July 1968), the issue with special guest villains Bonnie and Clyde, opens with LanaLang ComicBook/LanaLang noting to Clark how nothing ever happens in Smallville. (This despite an alien invasion, disaster or criminal scheme happening every other issue.) Her line's almost immediately followed by Bonnie and Clyde robbing the bank Lana and Clark are visiting.
4th Oct '15 9:21:58 AM DavidCowie
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* ''Film/{{Nightcrawler}}:'' Los Angeles is a city of millions, but TV stations still struggle to get news footage of dramatic events, and if enough people decide that Nothing Exciting is happening, then they might, God forbid, switch off. It doesn't help that the crime rate is ''falling,'' so when our anti-hero shows up with the pictures, not many questions are asked.
26th Sep '15 4:05:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[TheKidsInTheHall The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town]]'' takes place in the fictional town of [[CanadaEh Shuckton, Ontario, Canada]], which, prior to losing its bid for the 2028 OlympicGames, was famous for its rat fur industry.
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* ''[[TheKidsInTheHall ''[[Series/TheKidsInTheHall The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town]]'' takes place in the fictional town of [[CanadaEh Shuckton, Ontario, Canada]], which, prior to losing its bid for the 2028 OlympicGames, UsefulNotes/OlympicGames, was famous for its rat fur industry.
3rd Sep '15 6:04:11 AM PaulA
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* ''ComicBook/AtomicRobo and the Deadly Art of Science'' opens with Robo remarking gloomily that "Nothing exciting ever happens around here"; within pages he's become tangled up with a masked vigilante and a sinister mastermind with a crystal skull. It's played with a bit, though, with the intervening pages reminding us that Robo's baseline for "exciting" is a bit unusual in that for him UsefulNotes/NikolaTesla attempting to pierce the subatomic veil with giant arcing electrical machines is an everyday occurrence. (Also, he's a ''talking robot''.)
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