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16th Apr '17 3:58:40 PM nombretomado
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* [[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation Yahtzee's]] short answer as to whether or not ''{{Spore}}'' could live up to creator Creator/WillWright's legacy was "No." His ''long'' answer was a BigNo which lasted a full sixteen seconds. There's a second, slightly shorter BigNo near the end of the review, too.

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* [[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation Yahtzee's]] short answer as to whether or not ''{{Spore}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Spore}}'' could live up to creator Creator/WillWright's legacy was "No." His ''long'' answer was a BigNo which lasted a full sixteen seconds. There's a second, slightly shorter BigNo near the end of the review, too.
6th Apr '17 10:36:05 PM rjd1922
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** Second involves getting a password to pass some guardian in the desert. The person giving you the password warns you to get a pen and paper, because it's going to be long. About 30 words long. Hope you don't mess up. You have to ''spell out'' "please", and that is after fighting your way to a dead end and having to turn around and fight you way back then use the first password. Then just to increase the levels length after you get past several very large and powerful monsters with a lot of health to reach...the place that a second password is needed used. So once you reach the village again you have to spell out "please" '''three times'''.

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** Second involves getting a password to pass some guardian in the desert. The person giving you the password warns you to get a pen and paper, because it's going to be long. About 30 words long. Hope you don't mess up. You have to ''spell out'' "please", and that is after fighting your way to a dead end and having to turn around and fight you way back then use the first password. Then Then, just to increase the levels length level's length, after you get past several very large and powerful monsters with a lot of health to reach...the place that a second password is needed used. So once you reach the village again you have to spell out "please" '''three times'''.



* Continuing the list of Mario games on here, ''[[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story]]'' has one in the back surgery scene. You drill into Bowser's back, and wait. Really wait. At least the game is nice enough to let you know it will take a while, more specifically, it tells you to go take a tea break. [[AntiPoopSocking It won't do anything for about five minutes.]] Though if you spoke to some [=NPCs=] beforehand, they tell you a method to speed up the process.



* Continuing the list of Mario games on here, ''[[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story]]'' has one in the back surgery scene. You drill into Bowser's back, and wait. Really wait. At least the game is nice enough to let you know it will take a while, more specifically, it tells you to go take a tea break. [[AntiPoopSocking It won't do anything for about five minutes.]] Though if you spoke to some [=NPCs=] beforehand, they tell you a method to speed up the process.
* Noober, The annoying villager in the first ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' who follows you around asking endless questions. And Neeber, the one in the second. Who incidentally the game allowed you to [[AcceptableTargets kill without penalty]], even if you were a ''paladin''.

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* Continuing the list of Mario games on here, ''[[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story]]'' has one in the back surgery scene. You drill into Bowser's back, and wait. Really wait. At least the game is nice enough to let you know it will take a while, more specifically, it tells you to go take a tea break. [[AntiPoopSocking It won't do anything for about five minutes.]] Though if you spoke to some [=NPCs=] beforehand, they tell you a method to speed up the process.
* Noober, The the annoying villager in the first ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' who follows you around asking endless questions. And Neeber, the one in the second. Who incidentally the game allowed you to [[AcceptableTargets kill without penalty]], even if you were a ''paladin''.
6th Apr '17 8:36:42 AM Siempie
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*** [[spoiler: The timewindow you get for escaping the trap is so large, it rarely actually kills you.]]

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*** [[spoiler: The Ironically enough, the method of escaping the trap is so easy and the timewindow you get for escaping the trap is so large, it rarely actually kills you.you (unless you're getting yourself killed on purpose).]]
3rd Apr '17 2:53:34 AM Vir
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** The ending of "Be A-Fred, Be Very A-Fred"; when Grim is forced to spend a day with Fred Fredburger because he won a contest that only he entered, the two of them go on a saucer ride and it launches Fred to the arctic. When the board of directors hears what happened, they beat Grim with wooden clubs and tell him he's fired. They all leave, until one of them comes back with a flamethrower and sprays Grim with green fire for several seconds, then they all dump coffee on him.

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** The ending of "Be A-Fred, Be Very A-Fred"; when Grim is forced to spend a day with Fred Fredburger because he won a contest that only he entered, the two of them go on a saucer ride and it launches Fred to the arctic. When the board of directors hears hear what happened, they beat Grim with wooden clubs and tell him he's fired. They all leave, until one of them comes back with a flamethrower and sprays Grim with green fire for several seconds, then they all dump coffee on him.
3rd Apr '17 2:53:05 AM Vir
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-->'''Nino''': (''blinks, then narrows his eyes'') Like… a joint reveal?

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-->'''Nino''': (''blinks, then narrows his eyes'') Like… Like… a joint reveal?



** The ending of "Be A-Fred, Be Very A-Fred"; when Grim is forced to spend a day with Fred Fredburger because he won a contest that only he entered, the two of them go on a saucer ride and it launches Fred to the arctic. When the board of directors hears what happened, they beat Grim with baseball bats and tell him he's fired. They all leave, until one of them comes back with a flamethrower and sprays Grim with green fire for several seconds, then they all dump coffee on him.

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** The ending of "Be A-Fred, Be Very A-Fred"; when Grim is forced to spend a day with Fred Fredburger because he won a contest that only he entered, the two of them go on a saucer ride and it launches Fred to the arctic. When the board of directors hears what happened, they beat Grim with baseball bats wooden clubs and tell him he's fired. They all leave, until one of them comes back with a flamethrower and sprays Grim with green fire for several seconds, then they all dump coffee on him.
3rd Apr '17 2:51:48 AM Vir
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** The ending of "Be A-Fred, Be Very A-Fred"; when Grim is forced to spend a day with Fred Fredburger because he won a contest that only he entered, the two of them go on a saucer ride and it launches Fred to the arctic. When the board of directors hears what happened, they beat Grim with baseball bats and tell him he's fired. They all leave, until one of them comes back with a flamethrower and sprays Grim with green fire for several seconds, then they all dump coffee on him.
1st Apr '17 11:59:41 AM awakeningcry
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Not to be confused with [[HehHehYouSaidX Overly long gag]]
31st Mar '17 6:20:46 AM Andyroid
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** Live performances of "Older" tend to drag out the StopAndGo pause in the line "And time... is still marching on" by having the band perform skits and such.
20th Mar '17 2:28:03 PM Piotrusp98
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[[quoteright:349:[[ComicBook/{{Garfield}} http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/a_strip_with_a_snail1.jpg]]]]

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19th Mar '17 8:45:22 AM Siempie
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* The pornographic ''Franchise/StarWars''-ripoff ''Space Nuts'' features no less than two painfully dragged-out comedy routines: one where a pod door is sealed by an ersatz HAL and the bad guy (a spoof of Emperor Palpatine) repeatedly tries to get it open, and one where he repeatedly tries to turn off a video communication. Both go on for a ''dozen'' times. Seeing as the movie is a porno that already give a lot of attention to its faux-Star Wars plotline, padding it with tedious comedy routines is just jarring, and it really detracts from, you know, the stuff the movie is ''supposed'' to be about.

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* %%* The pornographic ''Franchise/StarWars''-ripoff ''Space Nuts'' features no less than two painfully dragged-out comedy routines: one where a pod door is sealed by an ersatz HAL and the bad guy (a spoof of Emperor Palpatine) repeatedly tries to get it open, and one where he repeatedly tries to turn off a video communication. Both go on for a ''dozen'' times. Seeing as the movie is a porno that already give a lot of attention to its faux-Star Wars plotline, padding it with tedious comedy routines is just jarring, and it really detracts from, you know, the stuff the movie is ''supposed'' to be about. (Pornography examples are not allowed)%%



*** [[spoiler: The timewindow you get for escaping the trap is so large, it's near impossible to unintentionally get killed by him.]]

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*** [[spoiler: The timewindow you get for escaping the trap is so large, it's near impossible to unintentionally get killed by him.it rarely actually kills you.]]
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