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28th Aug '16 1:52:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''AllOverTheHouse'' is the name of a gag-a-day webcomic, and a pornographic rap music video.

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* ''AllOverTheHouse'' ''Webcomic/AllOverTheHouse'' is the name of a gag-a-day webcomic, and a pornographic rap music video.
24th Aug '16 12:22:28 PM Pinokio
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* ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'' is a webcomic by Tarol Hunt; ''Goblin's'' (with an apostrophe) is a French comic book series. Both have goblins as protagonists, but the first is about ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' goblins becoming heroes, while the second is more ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''-style goblins serving as stupid comic reliefs.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'' is a webcomic by Tarol Hunt; ''Goblin's'' (with an apostrophe) is a French comic book series. Both have goblins as protagonists, but the first is about ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' goblins becoming heroes, while the second is more ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''-style goblins serving as stupid comic reliefs. Not to be confused with Sierra's ''VideoGame/{{Gobliiins}}''.
24th Aug '16 12:20:29 PM Pinokio
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* "Games People Play" may refer to a 1968 hit by Joe South, a 1975 hit by the Spinners[[note]]re-titled "(They Just Can't Stop It, The) Games People Play" to avoid confusion[[/note]], or a 1979 hit by the Alan Parsons Project.

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* "Games People Play" may refer to a 1968 hit by Joe South, a 1975 hit by the Spinners[[note]]re-titled "(They Just Can't Stop It, The) Games People Play" to avoid confusion[[/note]], or a 1979 hit by the Alan Parsons Project. Then there's ''Games People Play: Hearts, Spades & Euchre'', a 1997 Westwood game compilation.
22nd Aug '16 3:38:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Bad Company'': The 1931 gangster film, the 1972 western film, the 1995 neo-noir film, the 2002 action comedy film, the British electronic metal group, the manga, or the ComicBook/TwoThousandAD comic?

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* ''Bad Company'': The 1931 gangster film, the 1972 western film, the 1995 neo-noir film, the 2002 action comedy film, the British electronic metal group, the manga, the ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' game, or the ComicBook/TwoThousandAD comic?
22nd Aug '16 3:37:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Bad Company'': The 1931 gangster film, the 1972 western film, the 1995 neo-noir film, the 2002 action comedy film, the British electronic metal group, the manga, or the ComicBook/TwoThousandAD comic?
21st Aug '16 12:58:20 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Life}}'', the LiveActionTelevision drama. ''Life'', a BBC documentary. ''Life'', a {{manga}} series. ''Film/{{Life}}'', a movie starring EddieMurphy and Creator/MartinLawrence. ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (the Milton-Bradley board game). [[VideoGame/TheGameOfLife Conway's Game of Life]]. Life, the breakfast cereal. And most, if not all of these, are named after RealLife.

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* ''{{Life}}'', the LiveActionTelevision drama. ''Life'', a BBC documentary. ''Life'', a {{manga}} series. ''Film/{{Life}}'', a movie starring EddieMurphy Creator/EddieMurphy and Creator/MartinLawrence. ''[[TabletopGame/GameOfLife The Game of Life]]'' (the Milton-Bradley board game). [[VideoGame/TheGameOfLife Conway's Game of Life]]. Life, the breakfast cereal. And most, if not all of these, are named after RealLife.
17th Aug '16 2:16:10 PM MrNickelodeon
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* The water park, Wet 'n Wild Orlando, has no connection to the chain of Wet'n'Wild water parks that can be found in across both the U.S. and Australia.

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* The water park, Wet 'n Wild Orlando, has no connection to the chain of Wet'n'Wild water parks that can be found in across both the U.S. and Australia.
17th Aug '16 2:15:19 PM MrNickelodeon
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* The water park, Wet 'n Wild Orlando, has no connection to the chain of Wet'n'Wild water parks that can be found in across both the U.S. and Australia.
17th Aug '16 7:54:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''The Raiden Project'' was a [=PS1=] compilation port of ''{{Raiden}}'' and ''Raiden II''. ''The Raven Project'' was an FMV RailShooter similar to ''VideoGame/StarWarsRebelAssault''.
* Two movies have been titled ''The Rainmaker''. The 1956 one was adapted from a play by N. Richard Nash (which was later musicalized as ''Theatre/OneTenInTheShade''). The 1997 one was originally a novel by JohnGrisham.

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* ''The Raiden Project'' was a [=PS1=] compilation port of ''{{Raiden}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Raiden}}'' and ''Raiden II''. ''The Raven Project'' was an FMV RailShooter similar to ''VideoGame/StarWarsRebelAssault''.
* Two movies have been titled ''The Rainmaker''. The 1956 one was adapted from a play by N. Richard Nash (which was later musicalized as ''Theatre/OneTenInTheShade''). The 1997 one was originally a novel by JohnGrisham.Creator/JohnGrisham.



* ''Redcap'', a 1964 {{ITV}} drama series about Royal Military Police investigator John Mann, ''Series/RedCap'', a 2003 [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] drama series about Royal Military Police investigator Jo [=McDonagh=], and ''Redcap'', a 2006 novel by Brian Callison about Royal Military Police investigator Staff Sergeant Walker. ''Red Cap'' is also a 1991 novel by G. Clifton Wisler which isn't about a Royal Military Police investigator, but a drummer boy in the American Civil War. And ''Red Caps'' was a 2011 Finnish/Italian animated series about Santa's little helpers.

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* ''Redcap'', a 1964 {{ITV}} Creator/{{ITV}} drama series about Royal Military Police investigator John Mann, ''Series/RedCap'', a 2003 [[Creator/TheBBC BBC]] drama series about Royal Military Police investigator Jo [=McDonagh=], and ''Redcap'', a 2006 novel by Brian Callison about Royal Military Police investigator Staff Sergeant Walker. ''Red Cap'' is also a 1991 novel by G. Clifton Wisler which isn't about a Royal Military Police investigator, but a drummer boy in the American Civil War. And ''Red Caps'' was a 2011 Finnish/Italian animated series about Santa's little helpers.
16th Aug '16 7:33:18 PM MrNickelodeon
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* The Sea World marine park in Australia, the Sea World aquarium in Indonesia, and the Ride/SeaWorld chain of marine parks in the U.S. all have zero relation to each other.
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