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TheVerse of the six films in [[Creator/KevinSmith Kevin]] [[http://www.viewaskew.com/main.html Smith]]'s New Jersey Trilogy. It is virtually identical to the "real" world save for a few key differences -- some [[{{Masquerade}} hidden]] (active divine and infernal forces) and some visible ("Mooby's" fast food chain and several other multinational corporations). And the occasional giant poop monster.

[[AC: The Askewniverse films are as follows:]]
[[index]]
* ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' (1994)
* ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' (1995)
* ''Film/ChasingAmy'' (1997)
* ''Film/{{Dogma}}'' (1999)
* ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'' (2001)
* ''Film/ClerksII'' (2006)
* ''Clerks III'' (2014)

[[AC:Three animated adaptations:]]
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}}''
* ''Clerks: The Lost Scene''
* ''Jay and Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie'' (2013)
[[/index]]

[[AC: The Askewniverse comics are also:]]
* ''Clerks (comic)''
* ''Clerks Holiday Special''
* ''Chasing Dogma''
* ''Bluntman and Chronic''
* ''Jay and Silent Bob in Walt Flanagan's Dog''
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!!Some features of the View Askewniverse:
* ActingForTwo: All over the place, of the YouLookFamiliar variety.
** Jason Lee plays two different characters (different names, but [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute suspiciously similar]]) in ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' and ''Film/ChasingAmy'', and a third, definitely different character in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''. He then reprises his first two roles in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'', and plays a completely different role in ''ClerksII''.
** Matt Damon has a cameo appearance as a minor character in ''Film/ChasingAmy'', plays a more major character in ''Film/{{Dogma}}'', and appears as himself in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack''.
** Even more bizarre, Ben Affleck plays one character in ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'', very different ones in ''Film/ChasingAmy'' and ''Film/{{Dogma}}'', and in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'' he appears as his ''Film/ChasingAmy'' character ''and as himself''. He only has a brief cameo in ''Film/ClerksII'', though.
** Brian O'Halloran plays a relative of Dante's in every VA film where he's not playing Dante.
** Jeff Anderson plays a clerk in a gun store in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''.
* AllThereInTheManual:
** The comic series ''Chasing Dogma'', which bridges ''Chasing Amy'' and ''Dogma'', and explains just how Jay and Silent Bob ended up in Illinois;
** Various director commentaries point out things never explained in the film, like Brodie Bruce and Randal Graves' relationship (they're cousins), or that Rick Derris is Jay's older brother.
* AmbiguouslyGay: "When you do it, you think about guys!"
** [[Film/{{Dogma}} "Dude, not all the time!"]]
* AnachronicOrder: ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' is the second film in the series, but actually occurs on the day before the events of ''Film/{{Clerks}}''. The rest of the films are chronological, but the comics are set at points throughout the history (one of them is actually the earliest occurring story). And no one knows when - or even if - the animated series fits in.
* AntiHero: Jay and Silent Bob.
* AnythingThatMoves: Jay proudly proclaims this in ''Clerks''.
* AsideGlance
* BackToSchool: See below under WhatCouldHaveBeen.
* BadBoss: Apparently, Dante and Randal's boss. In ''Clerks'', he went to Vermont, leaving Dante stuck on work despite assuring him he'll only be working a few hours. In Episode 4 of the cartoon, he didn't hire a lawyer for Dante.
* BookEnds: The 'Verse begins with ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' and ends with ''Film/ClerksII'' and as a result, begins and ends with scenes filmed in black-and-white.
** In ''[[Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack Strike Back]]'', which was originally [[TrilogyCreep supposed to be the end of the series]], God herself ''literally'' closed "The Book" of the Jersey Saga.
* BrandX ("Nails" cigarettes, Chewlie's gum and Mooby's restaurants, among others)
* {{Cameo}}: Jay and Silent Bob have a short cameo on the movie set of the {{Show Within A Show}} "Stab" in ''Film/{{Scream 3}}''. Then, when in ''...Strike Back'', they interrupt the filming of a fictional ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' sequel to rescue their monkey.
** That scene is a lot funnier since ''Film/{{Scream 4}}'' was released.
* CatchPhraseSpoutingDuo
* ClusterFBomb
** In ''song form'', even.
---> "[[PrincesAssociates Fuck fuck fuck, mother-mother-fuck, mother-mother-fuck-fuck, motherfucker motherfuck noise noise noise.]]"
* DeconstructionFic: The fandom tends to explore the dark side of Jay and Silent Bob, who are generally considered a simple comic relief duo. Themes include tragic back-stories to explain Jay's outlandish behavior and Bob's silence, the realities of drug use/abuse, and the angst of being secretly in love with your best friend. The RealitySubtext also comes into play.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys (Suzanne the orangutan)
* ExecutiveMeddling (A positive example: the original ending of ''Clerks'' [[spoiler:had Dante killed by a robber.]])
** He ''definitely'' wasn't supposed to be there today.
** Also, when making ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'', Kevin Smith had to fight like hell to keep Jason Mewes in the role as Jay, and it paid off.
* TheGhost: Cousin Walter mentioned by Randal and Brodie is the subject of many stories but is never actually seen or heard from in any of the films.
** Probably because he died sometime before the films' continuity takes place. Randal's first story about him actually details the events of his death.
* GoodAdulteryBadAdultery: Usually played for laughs of the 'ex-girlfriend cheated on the hapless hero' variety - Caitlin cheated on Dante a lot ([[ClerksTheAnimatedSeries mostly with painters]]), as did Gwen with T.S, though Gwen at least seems too feel a bit guilty.
* {{Fanservice}}: Joey Lauren Adams topless in ''Mallrats''.
** Eliza Dushku, Ali Larter, Shannon Elizabeth and Jennifer Schwalbach-Smith in [[SpyCatsuit Spycatsuits]] in ''...Strike Back''.
** Jay doing a SilenceOfTheLambs tribute striptease in ''Clerks 2''. Sadly instantly becomes FanDisservice when it cuts to him fully nude and posing like Buffalo Bill, but the start ... Ooh, chapstick.
** Salma Hayek playing a muse turned stripper in ''Dogma''.
** Lee and Affleck's lip-lock in ''Film/ChasingAmy''
* FinaglesLaw
* HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday (Jay)
* HeadTiltinglyKinky
* HeterosexualLifePartners (The TropeNamer)
** A big trademark of Smith's is that the leads of these films are often a duo of this variety. See: [[Film/{{Clerks}} Dante and Randall]], [[Film/{{Mallrats}} Brodie and T.S.]], [[Film/ChasingAmy Banky and Holden]], [[Film/{{Dogma}} Bartlebee and Loki]] and of course Jay and Silent Bob.
* HighSchoolRejects
* HoYay: Most of the two male platonic couples revel in this. In ''Film/ChasingAmy'', it's actually addressed by the plot; and it's [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''. ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' was supposed to have quite a bit more of this, but ExecutiveMeddling left a lot of it on the cutting floor.
* InterspeciesRomance - It's not bestiality. It's interspecies ''erotica'', fucko!
* InvisibleToNormals
* ItWillNeverCatchOn / VindicatedByHistory (Kevin Smith was told during production of ''Mallrats'' that a gag where semen gets stuck in Joey Lauren Adams' hair had to be cut. Because it was gross, would never sell and it would doom the movie, etc. Except for, you know, that [[TheresSomethingAboutMary other movie]] that did it three years later and grossed over 350 million freakin' dollars.)
* {{Jerkass}} (Shannon Hamilton)
* TheJester (Randal)
* {{Joisey}} - Portrayed sympathetically, as Kevin Smith and most of the cast are natives.
* LastHetRomance: All of Randall's exes discovered they were lesbians.
* TheMessiah - The Scion
* NoodleIncident The events from Julie Dwyer's wake in Clerks are never clear after we see the two main characters running from the family.
** Subverted in the comic, and later when the wake was animated and added to the Clerks X 10th anniversary edition.
* OneDegreeOfSeparation
* OnlySixFaces - The small number of actors involved in Film/{{Clerks}} caused a live-action version of this trope.
* PhysicalGod (Somewhat subverted)
* PowersThatBe
* ProductionPosse: The main cause of YouAllLookFamiliar. Smith tends to work with some of the same people on the production crew and give them cameos.
* PunnyName: In ''Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back'', Federal Wildlife Marshal Willenholly is named for the characters Marshall, Will and Holly on the 1970's children's TV show ''Series/LandOfTheLost''.
** [[ReverseFunnyAneurysm Made even more amusing]] because the character in question is played by Will Ferrell, and Ferrell later starred in the ''Film/LandOfTheLost'' [[TheMovie feature film.]]
* ReferenceOverdosed
* SantaClaus: Clerks Holiday Special
* SeinfeldianConversation (Several, with memorable inquiries such as the MoralDissonance of the Rebels in ''[[StarWars Return of the Jedi]]'', and the merits of not/going [[{{Squick}} ass-to-mouth]])
* ShoutOut: Even the entries that aren't so over-the-top get their share, like the pastiche of a memorable ''Film/{{Jaws}}'' scene in ''Chasing Amy''.
** A substantial portion of the dialogue in ''Dogma'' is either quoted from or referring to several movies and shows, including ''Franchise/IndianaJones'', ''Franchise/StarWars'', ''Film/TheKarateKid'', and ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan''.
** Also, ''Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back'' is essentially one long parade of cameos, with nearly every single one of them accompanied by a ShoutOut to that person's most famous previous movie role. That, and the bong-lightsaber scene.
*** Look kids, it's Mark Hamill! '''[applause]'''
**** In fairness, he did that because test audiences failed to recognize Hamill.
* ShrugTake
-->'''Silent Bob:''' I got nothing.
* SilentBob (Also the TropeNamer)
* TheSlacker: Pretty much every single male character in the universe.
* {{Squick}} (Poor poor Caitlin Bree...)
* TheAnimatedSeries
* TheStoner (Jay)
* ThematicSeries: The only direct sequel in the series is ''Clerks II''. The rest of the series is loosely knit around New Jersey and the citizens of Red Bank.
* TranslatorBuddy: Jay to Silent Bob.
* ThoseTwoActors: Lampshaded in ''Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back''.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: Dante Hicks and his sundry cousins, [[ActingForTwo all played by Brian O'Halloran]].
* TheVoiceless (God, Silent Bob)
* WhatMightHaveBeen: If Jason Mewes had not continued to play Jay (see above under ExecutiveMeddling), he would have been replaced by either Creator/SethGreen or Breckin Meyer.
** WordOfGod is that the only reason ''[[ShowWithinAShow Jay And Silent Bob Go Canadian, Eh]]'' hasn't been made as an actual movie is that it was the ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'' writers' concept and [[IDoNotOwn Smith would have to pay Epitome Pictures to use it]].
** ''Chasing Amy'' was in the works as a studio movie starring David Schwimmer, Jon Stewart and Drew Barrymore, but Kevin Smith opted for more creative control and much lower budget.
----

to:

TheVerse of the six films in [[Creator/KevinSmith Kevin]] [[http://www.viewaskew.com/main.html Smith]]'s New Jersey Trilogy. It is virtually identical to the "real" world save for a few key differences -- some [[{{Masquerade}} hidden]] (active divine and infernal forces) and some visible ("Mooby's" fast food chain and several other multinational corporations). And the occasional giant poop monster.

[[AC: The Askewniverse films are as follows:]]
[[index]]
* ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' (1994)
* ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' (1995)
* ''Film/ChasingAmy'' (1997)
* ''Film/{{Dogma}}'' (1999)
* ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'' (2001)
* ''Film/ClerksII'' (2006)
* ''Clerks III'' (2014)

[[AC:Three animated adaptations:]]
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}}''
* ''Clerks: The Lost Scene''
* ''Jay and Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie'' (2013)
[[/index]]

[[AC: The Askewniverse comics are also:]]
* ''Clerks (comic)''
* ''Clerks Holiday Special''
* ''Chasing Dogma''
* ''Bluntman and Chronic''
* ''Jay and Silent Bob in Walt Flanagan's Dog''
----
!!Some features of the View Askewniverse:
* ActingForTwo: All over the place, of the YouLookFamiliar variety.
** Jason Lee plays two different characters (different names, but [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute suspiciously similar]]) in ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' and ''Film/ChasingAmy'', and a third, definitely different character in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''. He then reprises his first two roles in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'', and plays a completely different role in ''ClerksII''.
** Matt Damon has a cameo appearance as a minor character in ''Film/ChasingAmy'', plays a more major character in ''Film/{{Dogma}}'', and appears as himself in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack''.
** Even more bizarre, Ben Affleck plays one character in ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'', very different ones in ''Film/ChasingAmy'' and ''Film/{{Dogma}}'', and in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'' he appears as his ''Film/ChasingAmy'' character ''and as himself''. He only has a brief cameo in ''Film/ClerksII'', though.
** Brian O'Halloran plays a relative of Dante's in every VA film where he's not playing Dante.
** Jeff Anderson plays a clerk in a gun store in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''.
* AllThereInTheManual:
** The comic series ''Chasing Dogma'', which bridges ''Chasing Amy'' and ''Dogma'', and explains just how Jay and Silent Bob ended up in Illinois;
** Various director commentaries point out things never explained in the film, like Brodie Bruce and Randal Graves' relationship (they're cousins), or that Rick Derris is Jay's older brother.
* AmbiguouslyGay: "When you do it, you think about guys!"
** [[Film/{{Dogma}} "Dude, not all the time!"]]
* AnachronicOrder: ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' is the second film in the series, but actually occurs on the day before the events of ''Film/{{Clerks}}''. The rest of the films are chronological, but the comics are set at points throughout the history (one of them is actually the earliest occurring story). And no one knows when - or even if - the animated series fits in.
* AntiHero: Jay and Silent Bob.
* AnythingThatMoves: Jay proudly proclaims this in ''Clerks''.
* AsideGlance
* BackToSchool: See below under WhatCouldHaveBeen.
* BadBoss: Apparently, Dante and Randal's boss. In ''Clerks'', he went to Vermont, leaving Dante stuck on work despite assuring him he'll only be working a few hours. In Episode 4 of the cartoon, he didn't hire a lawyer for Dante.
* BookEnds: The 'Verse begins with ''Film/{{Clerks}}'' and ends with ''Film/ClerksII'' and as a result, begins and ends with scenes filmed in black-and-white.
** In ''[[Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack Strike Back]]'', which was originally [[TrilogyCreep supposed to be the end of the series]], God herself ''literally'' closed "The Book" of the Jersey Saga.
* BrandX ("Nails" cigarettes, Chewlie's gum and Mooby's restaurants, among others)
* {{Cameo}}: Jay and Silent Bob have a short cameo on the movie set of the {{Show Within A Show}} "Stab" in ''Film/{{Scream 3}}''. Then, when in ''...Strike Back'', they interrupt the filming of a fictional ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' sequel to rescue their monkey.
** That scene is a lot funnier since ''Film/{{Scream 4}}'' was released.
* CatchPhraseSpoutingDuo
* ClusterFBomb
** In ''song form'', even.
---> "[[PrincesAssociates Fuck fuck fuck, mother-mother-fuck, mother-mother-fuck-fuck, motherfucker motherfuck noise noise noise.]]"
* DeconstructionFic: The fandom tends to explore the dark side of Jay and Silent Bob, who are generally considered a simple comic relief duo. Themes include tragic back-stories to explain Jay's outlandish behavior and Bob's silence, the realities of drug use/abuse, and the angst of being secretly in love with your best friend. The RealitySubtext also comes into play.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys (Suzanne the orangutan)
* ExecutiveMeddling (A positive example: the original ending of ''Clerks'' [[spoiler:had Dante killed by a robber.]])
** He ''definitely'' wasn't supposed to be there today.
** Also, when making ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'', Kevin Smith had to fight like hell to keep Jason Mewes in the role as Jay, and it paid off.
* TheGhost: Cousin Walter mentioned by Randal and Brodie is the subject of many stories but is never actually seen or heard from in any of the films.
** Probably because he died sometime before the films' continuity takes place. Randal's first story about him actually details the events of his death.
* GoodAdulteryBadAdultery: Usually played for laughs of the 'ex-girlfriend cheated on the hapless hero' variety - Caitlin cheated on Dante a lot ([[ClerksTheAnimatedSeries mostly with painters]]), as did Gwen with T.S, though Gwen at least seems too feel a bit guilty.
* {{Fanservice}}: Joey Lauren Adams topless in ''Mallrats''.
** Eliza Dushku, Ali Larter, Shannon Elizabeth and Jennifer Schwalbach-Smith in [[SpyCatsuit Spycatsuits]] in ''...Strike Back''.
** Jay doing a SilenceOfTheLambs tribute striptease in ''Clerks 2''. Sadly instantly becomes FanDisservice when it cuts to him fully nude and posing like Buffalo Bill, but the start ... Ooh, chapstick.
** Salma Hayek playing a muse turned stripper in ''Dogma''.
** Lee and Affleck's lip-lock in ''Film/ChasingAmy''
* FinaglesLaw
* HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday (Jay)
* HeadTiltinglyKinky
* HeterosexualLifePartners (The TropeNamer)
** A big trademark of Smith's is that the leads of these films are often a duo of this variety. See: [[Film/{{Clerks}} Dante and Randall]], [[Film/{{Mallrats}} Brodie and T.S.]], [[Film/ChasingAmy Banky and Holden]], [[Film/{{Dogma}} Bartlebee and Loki]] and of course Jay and Silent Bob.
* HighSchoolRejects
* HoYay: Most of the two male platonic couples revel in this. In ''Film/ChasingAmy'', it's actually addressed by the plot; and it's [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''. ''Film/{{Mallrats}}'' was supposed to have quite a bit more of this, but ExecutiveMeddling left a lot of it on the cutting floor.
* InterspeciesRomance - It's not bestiality. It's interspecies ''erotica'', fucko!
* InvisibleToNormals
* ItWillNeverCatchOn / VindicatedByHistory (Kevin Smith was told during production of ''Mallrats'' that a gag where semen gets stuck in Joey Lauren Adams' hair had to be cut. Because it was gross, would never sell and it would doom the movie, etc. Except for, you know, that [[TheresSomethingAboutMary other movie]] that did it three years later and grossed over 350 million freakin' dollars.)
* {{Jerkass}} (Shannon Hamilton)
* TheJester (Randal)
* {{Joisey}} - Portrayed sympathetically, as Kevin Smith and most of the cast are natives.
* LastHetRomance: All of Randall's exes discovered they were lesbians.
* TheMessiah - The Scion
* NoodleIncident The events from Julie Dwyer's wake in Clerks are never clear after we see the two main characters running from the family.
** Subverted in the comic, and later when the wake was animated and added to the Clerks X 10th anniversary edition.
* OneDegreeOfSeparation
* OnlySixFaces - The small number of actors involved in Film/{{Clerks}} caused a live-action version of this trope.
* PhysicalGod (Somewhat subverted)
* PowersThatBe
* ProductionPosse: The main cause of YouAllLookFamiliar. Smith tends to work with some of the same people on the production crew and give them cameos.
* PunnyName: In ''Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back'', Federal Wildlife Marshal Willenholly is named for the characters Marshall, Will and Holly on the 1970's children's TV show ''Series/LandOfTheLost''.
** [[ReverseFunnyAneurysm Made even more amusing]] because the character in question is played by Will Ferrell, and Ferrell later starred in the ''Film/LandOfTheLost'' [[TheMovie feature film.]]
* ReferenceOverdosed
* SantaClaus: Clerks Holiday Special
* SeinfeldianConversation (Several, with memorable inquiries such as the MoralDissonance of the Rebels in ''[[StarWars Return of the Jedi]]'', and the merits of not/going [[{{Squick}} ass-to-mouth]])
* ShoutOut: Even the entries that aren't so over-the-top get their share, like the pastiche of a memorable ''Film/{{Jaws}}'' scene in ''Chasing Amy''.
** A substantial portion of the dialogue in ''Dogma'' is either quoted from or referring to several movies and shows, including ''Franchise/IndianaJones'', ''Franchise/StarWars'', ''Film/TheKarateKid'', and ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan''.
** Also, ''Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back'' is essentially one long parade of cameos, with nearly every single one of them accompanied by a ShoutOut to that person's most famous previous movie role. That, and the bong-lightsaber scene.
*** Look kids, it's Mark Hamill! '''[applause]'''
**** In fairness, he did that because test audiences failed to recognize Hamill.
* ShrugTake
-->'''Silent Bob:''' I got nothing.
* SilentBob (Also the TropeNamer)
* TheSlacker: Pretty much every single male character in the universe.
* {{Squick}} (Poor poor Caitlin Bree...)
* TheAnimatedSeries
* TheStoner (Jay)
* ThematicSeries: The only direct sequel in the series is ''Clerks II''. The rest of the series is loosely knit around New Jersey and the citizens of Red Bank.
* TranslatorBuddy: Jay to Silent Bob.
* ThoseTwoActors: Lampshaded in ''Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back''.
* UncannyFamilyResemblance: Dante Hicks and his sundry cousins, [[ActingForTwo all played by Brian O'Halloran]].
* TheVoiceless (God, Silent Bob)
* WhatMightHaveBeen: If Jason Mewes had not continued to play Jay (see above under ExecutiveMeddling), he would have been replaced by either Creator/SethGreen or Breckin Meyer.
** WordOfGod is that the only reason ''[[ShowWithinAShow Jay And Silent Bob Go Canadian, Eh]]'' hasn't been made as an actual movie is that it was the ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'' writers' concept and [[IDoNotOwn Smith would have to pay Epitome Pictures to use it]].
** ''Chasing Amy'' was in the works as a studio movie starring David Schwimmer, Jon Stewart and Drew Barrymore, but Kevin Smith opted for more creative control and much lower budget.
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17th Nov '13 4:15:56 PM Somniverse
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[[AC:Two animated adaptations:]]

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[[AC:Two [[AC:Three animated adaptations:]]






8th Nov '13 5:33:06 PM PhillyDom
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* ItWillNeverCatchOn / VindicatedByHistory (Kevin Smith was told during production of ''Mallrats'' that a gag where semen gets stuck in Joey Lauren Adams' hair had to be cut. Because it was gross, would never sell and it would doom the movie, etc. Except for, you know, that [[TheresSomethingAboutMary other movie]] that did it three years later and grossed over $350 million freakin dollars.)

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* ItWillNeverCatchOn / VindicatedByHistory (Kevin Smith was told during production of ''Mallrats'' that a gag where semen gets stuck in Joey Lauren Adams' hair had to be cut. Because it was gross, would never sell and it would doom the movie, etc. Except for, you know, that [[TheresSomethingAboutMary other movie]] that did it three years later and grossed over $350 350 million freakin freakin' dollars.)
20th Aug '13 6:01:05 PM system
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}}''

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}}''''[[WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}} Clerks: The Animated Series]]''
20th Aug '13 6:19:34 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}} Clerks: The Animated Series]]''

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}} Clerks: The Animated Series]]''''WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}}''
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}}''

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}}''''[[WesternAnimation/{{Clerks}} Clerks: The Animated Series]]''
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19th Aug '13 12:46:42 PM Viira
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* WhatMightHaveBeen: If Jason Mewes had not continued to play Jay (see above under ExecutiveMeddling), he would have been replaced by either SethGreen or Breckin Meyer.

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* WhatMightHaveBeen: If Jason Mewes had not continued to play Jay (see above under ExecutiveMeddling), he would have been replaced by either SethGreen Creator/SethGreen or Breckin Meyer.
17th Aug '13 1:47:54 AM TitoMosquito
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** Chasing Amy was in the works as a studio movie starring David Schwimmer, Jon Stewart and Drew Barrymore, but Kevin Smith opted for more creative control and much lower budget.

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** Chasing Amy ''Chasing Amy'' was in the works as a studio movie starring David Schwimmer, Jon Stewart and Drew Barrymore, but Kevin Smith opted for more creative control and much lower budget.
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