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11th Jun '17 6:14:18 PM nombretomado
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* [[YoutubePoop Youtube Poops]] are usually this, often depending on the video.

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* [[YoutubePoop [[WebAnimation/YouTubePoop Youtube Poops]] are usually this, often depending on the video.
7th Jun '17 7:59:02 AM Piterpicher
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* ''Film/MortalKombatAnnihilation'' tries to cram in as much of [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters the enormous roster of]] ''MortalKombat3'' as possible, and thus it's the protagonists finding and fighting some people while the story supposedly moves forward.

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* ''Film/MortalKombatAnnihilation'' tries to cram in as much of [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters the enormous roster of]] ''MortalKombat3'' ''VideoGame/MortalKombat3'' as possible, and thus it's the protagonists finding and fighting some people while the story supposedly moves forward.
5th May '17 10:32:45 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* ''Film/AnimalHouse'' operates similarly, with the only overarching goals for Delta House being to have fun and cause trouble and most of the movie consisting of a bunch of humorous subplots that rarely intertwine with each other. Writer Doug Kenney worked on both this and ''Caddyshack'', which might explain some of the spontaneity, but often it seems to be a case of the writers and director [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny stepping aside and letting the experts do their thing]].

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* ''Film/AnimalHouse'' operates similarly, with the only overarching goals for Delta House being to have fun and cause trouble and trouble, with most of the movie consisting of a bunch of humorous subplots that rarely intertwine with each other. Writer Doug Kenney worked on both this and ''Caddyshack'', which might explain some of the spontaneity, but often it seems to be a case of the writers and director simply [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny stepping aside and letting the experts do their thing]].
5th May '17 10:21:50 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* ''Film/AnimalHouse'' operates similarly, with the only overarching goals for Delta House being to have fun and cause trouble and most of the movie consisting of a bunch of humorous subplots that rarely intertwine with each other. Writer Doug Kenney worked on both this and ''Caddyshack'', which might explain some of the spontaneity, but often it seems to be a case of the writers and director [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny stepping aside and letting the brilliant comedians do their thing]].

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* ''Film/AnimalHouse'' operates similarly, with the only overarching goals for Delta House being to have fun and cause trouble and most of the movie consisting of a bunch of humorous subplots that rarely intertwine with each other. Writer Doug Kenney worked on both this and ''Caddyshack'', which might explain some of the spontaneity, but often it seems to be a case of the writers and director [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny stepping aside and letting the brilliant comedians experts do their thing]].
5th May '17 10:20:37 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* ''Film/NationalLampoonsAnimalHouse'' operates similarly, with the only overarching goals for Delta House being to have fun and cause trouble and most of the movie consisting of a bunch of humorous subplots that rarely intertwine with each other. Writer Doug Kenney worked on both this and ''Caddyshack'', which might explain some of the spontaneity, but often it seems to be a case of the writers and director [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny stepping aside and letting the brilliant comedians do their thing]].

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* ''Film/NationalLampoonsAnimalHouse'' ''Film/AnimalHouse'' operates similarly, with the only overarching goals for Delta House being to have fun and cause trouble and most of the movie consisting of a bunch of humorous subplots that rarely intertwine with each other. Writer Doug Kenney worked on both this and ''Caddyshack'', which might explain some of the spontaneity, but often it seems to be a case of the writers and director [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny stepping aside and letting the brilliant comedians do their thing]].
5th May '17 10:20:03 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* ''Film/{{Caddyshack}}'' was originally written to focus on working-class kid Danny Noonan and his adventures working at a swanky country club. This quickly took a backseat when the filmmakers decided to give the A-list comedian costars free reign to do what they did best, and the finished film is a large collection of hilarious and largely self-contained vignettes, with Danny only being treated as the protagonist at the beginning and end of the story. TropesAreNotBad, since the movie probably wouldn't have become the beloved classic it is today had they stuck to the original plan.
* ''Film/NationalLampoonsAnimalHouse'' operates similarly, with the only overarching goals for Delta House being to have fun and cause trouble and most of the movie consisting of a bunch of humorous subplots that rarely intertwine with each other. Writer Doug Kenney worked on both this and ''Caddyshack'', which might explain some of the spontaneity, but often it seems to be a case of the writers and director [[HarpoDoesSomethingFunny stepping aside and letting the brilliant comedians do their thing]].
27th Apr '17 11:25:28 AM mariofan1000
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* [[BizarroEpisode Weirder episodes]] of ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' reach this territory. Some of them technically have a plot, such as "The Countdown" which manages to go from a RaceAgainstTheClock story to a TimeStandsStill story to a TimeTravel story in the span of about 11 minutes, but some episodes (such as "The World" or "The Extras") are literally a [[VignetteEpisode series of sketches]] with no plot whatsoever.
23rd Apr '17 3:39:24 PM trulymadmoves
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* Both ''Film/{{Birdemic}}'' and ''Film/Birdemic2TheResurrection'' have two halves of this. The first half of both films consists of the characters being overly successful in their careers and romances; the second half of both films is a series of adventures throughout the birdpocalypse. The latter is emphasized by the fact that literally every scene in the second half of both films begins with the characters driving along and saying something to the effect of, "Hey, look, there's [something happening]. Let's pull over and [investigate/rescue/etc.]."
1st Apr '17 7:15:18 PM TotalDramaRox97
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* ''Series/SamAndCat'' had an episode #DroneBabyDrone where the first half of the episode was just the cast learning about the drone service. No real conflict set in until halfway through. Even the jokes seemed utterly random.
3rd Mar '17 2:00:28 AM jormis29
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* The plot of arcade beat-em-up ''DJ Boy'' is as follows: Some thugs steal your stereo, so you beat the crap out of everyone in your way, including obese farting old black ladies, Chippendale dancers, robot clowns, glam rockers and members of the Music/VillagePeople. Then in the final stage you suddenly go from an urban environment to the Wild West for no explained reason, fight through the exact same enemies until you battle two of the same farting black ladies you fought in the first stage, and then...[[NoEnding the game just ends.]] [[ShaggyDogStory And you never do get your stereo back.]]

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* The plot of arcade beat-em-up ''DJ Boy'' ''VideoGame/DJBoy'' is as follows: Some thugs steal your stereo, so you beat the crap out of everyone in your way, including obese farting old black ladies, Chippendale dancers, robot clowns, glam rockers and members of the Music/VillagePeople. Then in the final stage you suddenly go from an urban environment to the Wild West for no explained reason, fight through the exact same enemies until you battle two of the same farting black ladies you fought in the first stage, and then...[[NoEnding the game just ends.]] [[ShaggyDogStory And you never do get your stereo back.]]
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