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15th Aug '16 10:21:59 PM Cindylover1969
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* In ''Series/JaneTheVirgin'', Petra calls her twin daughters Anna and Elsa, and when Jane makes [[WesternAnimation/{{Frozen}} the obvious connection]], Petra says Jane is the only person who would ever think that. Mere seconds later she gets proven wrong when Rafael,
enters and Petra introduces him to Elsa... and he ''immediately'' calls the other one Anna (Jane is the ''only'' person who Petra told the babies' names too, and Rafael wasn't present for the birth)!
15th Aug '16 10:17:22 PM Cindylover1969
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* In ''Series/JaneTheVirgin'', Petra calls her twin daughters Anna and Elsa, and when Jane makes [[WesternAnimation/{{Frozen}} the obvious connection]], Petra says Jane is the only person who would ever think that. Mere seconds later she gets proven wrong when Rafael,
enters and Petra introduces him to Elsa... and he ''immediately'' calls the other one Anna (Jane is the ''only'' person who Petra told the babies' names too, and Rafael wasn't present for the birth)!
9th Aug '16 8:04:23 PM ultimomant
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* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'': In the spin-off ''The Bridge: Sound of Thunder'', a scientist brings in a blade that may be the legendary weapon Excalibur. Admiral Taizo Tachibana has never heard of it. Everyone pokes fun at him, with Ozaki pointing out that like Tachibana, he's Japanese, yet he's familiar with the story.

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* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'': In the spin-off ''The Bridge: Sound of Thunder'', Humanity's Stand'', a scientist brings in a blade that may be the legendary weapon Excalibur. Admiral Taizo Tachibana has never heard of it. Everyone pokes fun at him, with Ozaki pointing out that like Tachibana, he's Japanese, yet he's familiar with the story.
1st Aug '16 9:57:23 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Film/SharknadoThe4thAwakens'', at one point, Gil jokes, "To boldly go where no one has gone before." Claudia says quoting ''Franchise/StarWars'' is dorky. He corrects her and says that came from ''Franchise/StarTrek''.
24th Jul '16 7:03:26 AM TheNerfGuy
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* ''Franchise/{{Shadowchasers}}'':

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* ''Franchise/{{Shadowchasers}}'':''FanFic/ShadowchasersSeries'':
18th Jul '16 4:11:02 PM eroock
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Empty Child", set during [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the Blitz]], Rose jokingly refers to the Doctor as "Mr. Spock". Jack doesn't get the reference and initially assumes that it was the Doctor's name. It's later revealed he's a conman from the future (the 51th century), but it's still not surprising ''Star Trek'' reruns wouldn't last that long.
14th Jul '16 6:07:50 PM foxley
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* ''ComicBook/WynonnaEarp'': In #4 of the IDW series, Agents Dolls and Valdez come across a pair of of badly dimembered revenants on the road to Tombstone. Dolls attempts to make a joke that fails because Valdez is an ancient Mayan warrior with zero knowledge of pop culture:

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* ''ComicBook/WynonnaEarp'': In #4 #5 of the 2016 IDW series, Agents Dolls and Valdez come across a pair of of badly dimembered dismembered revenants on the road to Tombstone. Dolls attempts to make a joke that fails because Valdez is an ancient Mayan warrior with zero knowledge of pop culture:
14th Jul '16 6:02:12 PM foxley
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-->'''Valdez:'' "It appears Earp, the Cowboy, or both have been here."\\

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-->'''Valdez:'' -->'''Valdez:''' "It appears Earp, the Cowboy, or both have been here."\\
14th Jul '16 6:01:32 PM foxley
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-->'''Valdez:'' "It appears Earp, the Cowboy, or both have been here."\
'''Dolls:''' "Yeah. That or a Michael Bay-improvised roadside bomb."\
'''Valdez:''' "This 'Michael bay', is he a revenant?\

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-->'''Valdez:'' "It appears Earp, the Cowboy, or both have been here."\
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'''Dolls:''' "Yeah. That or a Michael Bay-improvised roadside bomb."\
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'''Valdez:''' "This 'Michael bay', is he a revenant?\revenant?\\
14th Jul '16 5:59:52 PM foxley
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* ''ComicBook/WynonnaEarp'': In #4 of the IDW series, Agents Dolls and Valdez come across a pair of of badly dimembered revenants on the road to Tombstone. Dolls attempts to make a joke that fails because Valdez is an ancient Mayan warrior with zero knowledge of pop culture:
-->'''Valdez:'' "It appears Earp, the Cowboy, or both have been here."\
'''Dolls:''' "Yeah. That or a Michael Bay-improvised roadside bomb."\
'''Valdez:''' "This 'Michael bay', is he a revenant?\
'''Dolls:''' "Sigh... Probably.'''
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