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15th Jan '16 3:35:07 PM Anddrix
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:: Writers for his TV appearances were not always so [[ViewersAreMorons charitable toward the audience]].
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:: Writers for his TV appearances were not always so [[ViewersAreMorons charitable toward the audience]].audience.
11th Jan '16 2:47:27 PM jccw227
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* It sometimes had to be done in the earlier episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'' when it was a little too hard to make out what Scooby had just said.

* It sometimes had to be done in the earlier episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'' when it was a little too hard to make out what Scooby had just said.
11th Jan '16 2:46:56 PM jccw227
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* It sometimes had to be done in the earlier episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'' when it was a little too hard to make out what Scooby had just said.
16th Dec '15 5:22:14 AM Ccook1956
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* In a straight example of actuality, during Creator/{{NBC}}'s coverage of the assassination of President Kennedy, Frank [=McGee=] repeated--in fragments--Robert [=MacNeil=]'s over-the-phone official announcement that Kennedy had died. [=MacNeil=]'s call was first not heard as he began, but the audio patch was put in so we heard him, followed by [=McGee=] repeating it.
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* In a straight example of actuality, during Creator/{{NBC}}'s coverage of the assassination of President Kennedy, Frank [=McGee=] repeated--in fragments--Robert [=MacNeil=]'s over-the-phone official announcement that Kennedy had died. [=MacNeil=]'s call was first not heard as he began, but the audio patch was put in so we heard him, followed by [=McGee=] [[ParrotExposition repeating it.]]
8th Nov '15 1:21:34 AM eroock
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* Most exchanges between Rocket and Groot in ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' involve Rocket reiterating what his partner said, because all the audience can hear is "I am Groot". --> '''Groot''': I am Groot. --> '''Rocket''': I know they're the only friends that we ever had, but there's an army of Ravagers around them.
7th Nov '15 7:43:42 PM eddurd
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--> '''{=DeMarco=]:''' Look, I have ONE job on this lousy ship! It's STUPID, but I'm gonna do it! ''OK??''
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--> '''{=DeMarco=]:''' '''[=DeMarco=]:''' Look, I have ONE job on this lousy ship! It's STUPID, but I'm gonna do it! ''OK??''
7th Nov '15 7:43:02 PM eddurd
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--> '''DeMarco:''' Look, I have ONE job on this lousy ship! It's STUPID, but I'm gonna do it! ''OK??''
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--> '''DeMarco:''' '''{=DeMarco=]:''' Look, I have ONE job on this lousy ship! It's STUPID, but I'm gonna do it! ''OK??''
7th Nov '15 7:41:51 PM eddurd
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* Played with in ''Film/GalaxyQuest'', where one crew member has to repeat all the Captain's orders into the computer, then repeat the computer's response back to the Captain. --> '''Webber:''' Y'know, that is really getting annoying! --> '''DeMarco:''' Look, I have ONE job on this lousy ship! It's STUPID, but I'm gonna do it! ''OK??'' --> '''Webber:''' ''(quietly)'' Sure, no problem.
12th Oct '15 9:41:46 PM DrOO7
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* Done very often whenever someone who can hear is "speaking" with someone deaf. The deaf person's sign language is frequently verbally explained--"You want something to drink?", "You're not feeling well?", etc. When responding, the hearing person will often sign ''and'' speak--"I've got soda, beer, juice.", "Do you want an aspirin?", etc. This is clearly for the audience's benefit, as a deaf person would certainly understand what they or someone else was signing and a verbal translation wouldn't be necessary unless he/she wanted to ensure lip-reading proficiency as well.
7th Oct '15 4:07:10 PM KeziaZ
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* Used in the ''AudioPlay/ChooseMe'' series. Sometimes characters will do this in reaction to your lines, so it's possible to listen to the stories and get the gist without checking the transcript.
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* Used in the ''AudioPlay/ChooseMe'' series. Sometimes characters will do this in reaction to your lines, so it's possible to listen to the stories and get the gist without checking the transcript.script.
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