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29th Oct '17 10:33:47 PM LadyNorbert
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* In ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons'', if the {{player character}} has a television in their home, they can watch daily programming. The exact shows aired on a given day rotate, but the lineup includes one of these.
21st Sep '17 9:02:30 AM Koveras
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* ''WebVideo/BroadcastStatic'', a video game AnalysisChannel by Noah Caldwell-Gervais, has branched out into the travelogue format in 2017, after Noah's success at crowdfunding allowed him to give up his daily job and start touring the continental US (or, as he calls it, "playtesting adventure"). He is particularly inspired by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Least_Heat-Moon William Least Heat-Moon]]'s books, and draws intentional parallels between Least Heat-Moon's concept of ''quoz'' (basically, any unexpected interesting things one discovers off the beaten path while traveling) and the way WideOpenSandbox games like ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' structure their content. In his first travelogue video, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-naJR_rhkUM The Desert Bus]]", he brings up many ''quoz'' from his own travels that were functionally identical to encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' and concludes that the infamous joke game ''[[VideoGame/PennAndTellersSmokeAndMirrors Desert Bus]]'' had been fundamentally wrong in its conception of RealLife travel as a boring chore and that realistic travel is much more akin to a densely-packed open world game instead.

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* ''WebVideo/BroadcastStatic'', a video game AnalysisChannel by Noah Caldwell-Gervais, has branched out into the travelogue format in 2017, after Noah's success at crowdfunding allowed him to give up his daily job and start touring the continental US (or, as he calls it, "playtesting adventure"). He is particularly inspired by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Least_Heat-Moon William Least Heat-Moon]]'s books, and draws intentional parallels between Least Heat-Moon's concept of ''quoz'' (basically, any unexpected interesting things one discovers off the beaten path while traveling) and the way WideOpenSandbox games like ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' structure their content. In his first travelogue video, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-naJR_rhkUM The Desert Bus]]", he brings up many ''quoz'' from his own travels that were functionally identical to encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' and concludes that the infamous joke game ''[[VideoGame/PennAndTellersSmokeAndMirrors Desert Bus]]'' had been fundamentally wrong in its conception of RealLife travel as a boring chore and that realistic travel is much more akin to a densely-packed open world game instead.
21st Sep '17 6:09:36 AM Koveras
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* ''Broadcast Static'', a video game AnalysisChannel by Noah Caldwell-Gervais, has branched out into the travelogue format in 2017, after Noah's success at crowdfunding allowed him to give up his daily job and start touring the continental US (or, as he calls it, "playtesting adventure"). He is particularly inspired by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Least_Heat-Moon William Least Heat-Moon]]'s books, and draws intentional parallels between Least Heat-Moon's concept of ''quoz'' (basically, any unexpected interesting things one discovers off the beaten path while traveling) and the way WideOpenSandbox games like ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' structure their content. In his first travelogue video, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-naJR_rhkUM The Desert Bus]]", he brings up many ''quoz'' from his own travels that were functionally identical to encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' and concludes that the infamous joke game ''[[VideoGame/PennAndTellersSmokeAndMirrors Desert Bus]]'' had been fundamentally wrong in its conception of RealLife travel as a boring chore and that realistic travel is much more akin to a densely-packed open world game instead.

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* ''Broadcast Static'', ''WebVideo/BroadcastStatic'', a video game AnalysisChannel by Noah Caldwell-Gervais, has branched out into the travelogue format in 2017, after Noah's success at crowdfunding allowed him to give up his daily job and start touring the continental US (or, as he calls it, "playtesting adventure"). He is particularly inspired by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Least_Heat-Moon William Least Heat-Moon]]'s books, and draws intentional parallels between Least Heat-Moon's concept of ''quoz'' (basically, any unexpected interesting things one discovers off the beaten path while traveling) and the way WideOpenSandbox games like ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' structure their content. In his first travelogue video, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-naJR_rhkUM The Desert Bus]]", he brings up many ''quoz'' from his own travels that were functionally identical to encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' and concludes that the infamous joke game ''[[VideoGame/PennAndTellersSmokeAndMirrors Desert Bus]]'' had been fundamentally wrong in its conception of RealLife travel as a boring chore and that realistic travel is much more akin to a densely-packed open world game instead.
21st Sep '17 12:06:52 AM Koveras
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* ''Broadcast Static'', an video game AnalysisChannel by Noah Caldwell-Gervais, has branched out into the travelogue format in 2017, after Noah's success at crowdfunding allowed him to give up his daily job and start touring the continental US (or, as he calls it, "playtesting adventure"). He is particularly inspired by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Least_Heat-Moon William Least Heat-Moon]]'s books, and draws intentional parallels between Least Heat-Moon's concept of ''quoz'' (basically, any unexpected interesting things one discovers off the beaten path while traveling) and the way WideOpenSandbox games like ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' structure their content. In his first travelogue video, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-naJR_rhkUM The Desert Bus]]", he brings up many ''quoz'' from his own travels that were functionally identical to encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' and concludes that the infamous joke game ''[[VideoGame/PennAndTellersSmokeAndMirrors Desert Bus]]'' had been fundamentally wrong in its conception of RealLife travel as a boring chore and that realistic travel is much more akin to a densely-packed open world game instead.

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* ''Broadcast Static'', an a video game AnalysisChannel by Noah Caldwell-Gervais, has branched out into the travelogue format in 2017, after Noah's success at crowdfunding allowed him to give up his daily job and start touring the continental US (or, as he calls it, "playtesting adventure"). He is particularly inspired by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Least_Heat-Moon William Least Heat-Moon]]'s books, and draws intentional parallels between Least Heat-Moon's concept of ''quoz'' (basically, any unexpected interesting things one discovers off the beaten path while traveling) and the way WideOpenSandbox games like ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' structure their content. In his first travelogue video, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-naJR_rhkUM The Desert Bus]]", he brings up many ''quoz'' from his own travels that were functionally identical to encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' and concludes that the infamous joke game ''[[VideoGame/PennAndTellersSmokeAndMirrors Desert Bus]]'' had been fundamentally wrong in its conception of RealLife travel as a boring chore and that realistic travel is much more akin to a densely-packed open world game instead.
21st Sep '17 12:05:05 AM Koveras
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* ''Broadcast Static'', an video game AnalysisChannel by Noah Caldwell-Gervais, has branched out into the travelogue format in 2017, after Noah's success at crowdfunding allowed him to give up his daily job and start touring the continental US (or, as he calls it, "playtesting adventure"). He is particularly inspired by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Least_Heat-Moon William Least Heat-Moon]]'s books, and draws intentional parallels between Least Heat-Moon's concept of ''quoz'' (basically, any unexpected interesting things one discovers off the beaten path while traveling) and the way WideOpenSandbox games like ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' structure their content. In his first travelogue video, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-naJR_rhkUM The Desert Bus]]", he brings up many ''quoz'' from his own travels that were functionally identical to encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' and concludes that the infamous joke game ''VideoGame/TheDesertBus'' had been fundamentally wrong in its conception of RealLife travel as a boring chore and that realistic travel is much more akin to a densely-packed open world game instead.

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* ''Broadcast Static'', an video game AnalysisChannel by Noah Caldwell-Gervais, has branched out into the travelogue format in 2017, after Noah's success at crowdfunding allowed him to give up his daily job and start touring the continental US (or, as he calls it, "playtesting adventure"). He is particularly inspired by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Least_Heat-Moon William Least Heat-Moon]]'s books, and draws intentional parallels between Least Heat-Moon's concept of ''quoz'' (basically, any unexpected interesting things one discovers off the beaten path while traveling) and the way WideOpenSandbox games like ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' structure their content. In his first travelogue video, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-naJR_rhkUM The Desert Bus]]", he brings up many ''quoz'' from his own travels that were functionally identical to encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' and concludes that the infamous joke game ''VideoGame/TheDesertBus'' ''[[VideoGame/PennAndTellersSmokeAndMirrors Desert Bus]]'' had been fundamentally wrong in its conception of RealLife travel as a boring chore and that realistic travel is much more akin to a densely-packed open world game instead.
21st Sep '17 12:03:56 AM Koveras
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* ''Broadcast Static'', an video game AnalysisChannel by Noah Caldwell-Gervais, has branched out into the travelogue format in 2017, after Noah's success at crowdfunding allowed him to give up his daily job and start touring the continental US (or, as he calls it, "playtesting adventure"). He is particularly inspired by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Least_Heat-Moon William Least Heat-Moon]]'s books, and draws intentional parallels between Least Heat-Moon's concept of ''quoz'' (basically, any unexpected interesting things one discovers off the beaten path while traveling) and the way WideOpenSandbox games like ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' structure their content. In his first travelogue video, "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-naJR_rhkUM The Desert Bus]]", he brings up many ''quoz'' from his own travels that were functionally identical to encounters in ''VideoGame/{{Skyrim}}'' and concludes that the infamous joke game ''VideoGame/TheDesertBus'' had been fundamentally wrong in its conception of RealLife travel as a boring chore and that realistic travel is much more akin to a densely-packed open world game instead.
2nd Aug '17 1:49:47 PM jamespolk
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* In UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood live-action travelogue short films commonly ran before the feature, along with a cartoon. 1950 Oscar winner ''Film/GrandadOfRaces'', a one-reel short about a horse race in Siena, Italy, is a common example of the format.
23rd Apr '17 2:10:06 PM DoctorNemesis
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* PlayedForLaughs in the mock-memoir ''Series/AlanPartridge: Nomad'', a parody of gimmicky celebrity travelogues. In this case, failed chat-show host[=/=]low-market radio DJ[=/=]all-round gormless twerp and failure Alan Partridge undertakes a (rather contrived) walk from Norfolk to Kent in order to recreate the journey that his father once took for a job interview, with the thinly-veiled hope that he can somehow spin it into a lucrative TV series. As is common for Partridge, HilarityEnsues.

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* PlayedForLaughs in the mock-memoir ''Series/AlanPartridge: Nomad'', a parody of gimmicky celebrity travelogues. In this case, failed chat-show host[=/=]low-market radio DJ[=/=]all-round gormless twerp and failure loser Alan Partridge undertakes a (rather contrived) walk from Norfolk to Kent in order to recreate the journey that his father once took for a job interview, with the thinly-veiled hope that he can somehow spin it into a lucrative TV series. As is common for Partridge, HilarityEnsues.
23rd Apr '17 6:34:50 AM DoctorNemesis
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* PlayedForLaughs in the mock-memoir ''Series/AlanPartridge: Nomad'', a parody of gimmicky celebrity travelogues. In this case, failed chat-show host[=/=]low-market radio DJ[=/=]all-round gormless twerp and failure Alan Partridge undertakes a (rather contrived) walk from Norfolk to Kent in order to recreate the journey that his father once took for a job interview, with the thinly-veiled hope that he can somehow spin it into a lucrative TV series. As is common for Partridge, HilarityEnsues.
19th Mar '17 2:44:48 PM nombretomado
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** Celeb Chef Anthony Bourdain's ''NoReservations'' - naturally, being a chef, local cuisine tends to be a focus

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** Celeb Chef Anthony Bourdain's ''NoReservations'' ''Series/NoReservations'' - naturally, being a chef, local cuisine tends to be a focus



** Anthony Bourdain had ''A Cook's Tour'' on FN before ''NoReservations''.

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** Anthony Bourdain had ''A Cook's Tour'' on FN before ''NoReservations''.''Series/NoReservations''.
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