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6th Apr '17 1:15:32 PM gb00393
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** After being made king, Jon is called The White Wolf, which is a reference to the inverted colors of House Stark. It is a custom for highborn acknowledged illegitimate children to carry the inverted colours of their noble parent's sigil. This is a common custom in Westeros and was also practiced by another bastard-born king, the Black Dragon Daemon Blackfyre, who unknown to everyone, was distantly related to him. And, of course, Jon's actual pet direwolf is white.
20th Mar '17 12:47:35 PM DaibhidC
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* ''MythologyGag/AgentsOfSHIELD''



* In the ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' episode "Let Me Stand Near Your Fire", J.T. James uses his fire-powers to ignite a length of chain, only for it to be grabbed by Comicbook/GhostRider Robbie Reyes, who uses it against him. In the comics, a flaming chain is Ghost Rider's WeaponOfChoice.
12th Mar '17 11:01:29 PM NightShade96
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** ''MythologyGag/{{Arrow}}''
** ''MythologyGag/{{Elementary}}''
** ''MythologyGag/TheFlash2014''
** ''MythologyGag/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''
** ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderDrive''
** ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderExAid''
** ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderGaim''
** ''MythologyGag/{{Sherlock}}''
** ''MythologyGag/ShurikenSentaiNinninger''
** ''MythologyGag/Supergirl2015''

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** * ''MythologyGag/{{Arrow}}''
** * ''MythologyGag/{{Elementary}}''
** * ''MythologyGag/TheFlash2014''
** * ''MythologyGag/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger''
** * ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderDrive''
** * ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderExAid''
** * ''MythologyGag/KamenRiderGaim''
** * ''MythologyGag/{{Sherlock}}''
** * ''MythologyGag/ShurikenSentaiNinninger''
** * ''MythologyGag/Supergirl2015''
5th Mar '17 11:17:34 AM Anddrix
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*** There's a rainbow ornament in the Gales kitchen window, referencing Creator/JudyGarland's famous solo "Somewhere over the Rainbow".
*** The Munja'kin who accompanies Dorothy to the borders of the Tribal Free Lands tells her that the wizard is "great and powerful."

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*** **** There's a rainbow ornament in the Gales kitchen window, referencing Creator/JudyGarland's famous solo "Somewhere over the Rainbow".
*** **** The Munja'kin who accompanies Dorothy to the borders of the Tribal Free Lands tells her that the wizard is "great and powerful."
5th Mar '17 10:02:57 AM Anddrix
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-->'''West''': So, are you a good witch or a bad witch?

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-->'''West''': --->'''West''': So, are you a good witch or a bad witch?
5th Mar '17 10:02:07 AM Anddrix
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* ''Series/EmeraldCity'' has several to ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'':
** [[Recap/EmeraldCityS1E1TheBeastForever "The Beast Forever"]]:
*** There's a rainbow ornament in the Gales kitchen window, referencing Creator/JudyGarland's famous solo "Somewhere over the Rainbow".
*** The Munja'kin who accompanies Dorothy to the borders of the Tribal Free Lands tells her that the wizard is "great and powerful."
** In [[Recap/EmeraldCityS1E5EverybodyLies "Everybody Lies"]], West says Glinda's first line when Dorothy is brought to her.

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* ''Series/EmeraldCity'' has several ''Series/EmeraldCity'':
** Several
to ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'':
** *** [[Recap/EmeraldCityS1E1TheBeastForever "The Beast Forever"]]:
*** **** There's a rainbow ornament in the Gales kitchen window, referencing Creator/JudyGarland's famous solo "Somewhere over the Rainbow".
*** **** The Munja'kin who accompanies Dorothy to the borders of the Tribal Free Lands tells her that the wizard is "great and powerful."
** *** In [[Recap/EmeraldCityS1E5EverybodyLies "Everybody Lies"]], West says Glinda's first line when Dorothy is brought to her.


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** In [[Recap/EmeraldCityS1E9TheVillainThatsBecome "The Villain That's Become"]] West teasingly tells Tip that she was once known as the Wicked Witch of the West.
21st Feb '17 12:38:57 PM DaibhidC
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** A non-Superman gag happens in an episode that reunites John Schnieder with Dukes of Hazzard co-star Tom Wopat. When they go for a ride in Wopat's hot rod he gets in the car by jumping through the window as [[TheDukesOfHazzard the Duke Boys]] always did, explaining to a confused Jonathon the door's busted.



* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' got its own MythologyGag in to the original series in the episode "Legacy". In the beginning, Picard mentions ''Enterprise'' is passing the planet Camus II. Camus II was a planet visited by Kirk's ''Enterprise'' in the 79th and final episode of the original series, "The Turnabout Intruder." "Legacy" was episode #80 of ''The Next Generation'', the point at which its run surpassed its predecessor's.
** Furthermore, the last Federation starship to visit the failed Turkana IV colony was the USS ''Potemkin''. An earlier ''Potemkin'' was mentioned in "The Turnabout Intruder."
** In the series finale, "All Good Things...", not only do they [[MeetYourEarlyInstallmentWeirdness superbly recreate the look of the first season]], right down to the ''TOS''-style miniskirt uniforms on the women, but the name of the shuttle used by Picard and Yar on their first approach to ''Enterprise'' in the past? ''Galileo'', which was the most famous of the shuttles on board the original ''Enterprise'', yet never before had been referenced on ''The Next Generation''.

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' got its own ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'':
**There's
MythologyGag in to the original series in the episode "Legacy". In the beginning, Picard mentions ''Enterprise'' is passing the planet Camus II. Camus II was a planet visited by Kirk's ''Enterprise'' in the 79th and final episode of the original series, "The Turnabout Intruder." "Legacy" was episode #80 of ''The Next Generation'', the point at which its run surpassed its predecessor's.
**
predecessor's. Furthermore, the last Federation starship to visit the failed Turkana IV colony was the USS ''Potemkin''. An earlier ''Potemkin'' was mentioned in "The Turnabout Intruder."
** In the series finale, "All Good Things...", not only do they [[MeetYourEarlyInstallmentWeirdness superbly recreate the look of the first season]], right down to the ''TOS''-style miniskirt uniforms on the women, worn by some women (although not, as shown in "Encounter at Farpoint", men), but the name of the shuttle used by Picard and Yar on their first approach to ''Enterprise'' in the past? ''Galileo'', which was the most famous of the shuttles on board the original ''Enterprise'', yet never before had been referenced on ''The Next Generation''.


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* In the ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' episode "Let Me Stand Near Your Fire", J.T. James uses his fire-powers to ignite a length of chain, only for it to be grabbed by Comicbook/GhostRider Robbie Reyes, who uses it against him. In the comics, a flaming chain is Ghost Rider's WeaponOfChoice.
17th Feb '17 11:44:08 AM gb00393
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** During the Battle of the Wall, a wildling archer attempts to shoot an arrow to the top of the Wall and doesn't even come close. Then a giant steps up and shoots a ballista-sized arrow from a giant-sized bow, sending a ranger atop the Wall and flying. This is a reference to a passage in the books where wildling archers manage a few hits on the brothers 700 feet up, which GRRM has admitted he didn't realize was physically impossible.
** In "The Children" Brienne bites Sandor's ear off, a reference to Sandor's burned-off ear in the books.
1st Feb '17 8:20:19 AM Anddrix
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* ''Series/EmeraldCity'':
** There's a rainbow ornament in the Gales kitchen window, referencing Creator/JudyGarland's famous solo "Somewhere over the Rainbow".
** The Munja'kin who accompanies Dorothy to the borders of the Tribal Free Lands tells her that the wizard is "great and powerful."

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* ''Series/EmeraldCity'':
''Series/EmeraldCity'' has several to ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'':
** [[Recap/EmeraldCityS1E1TheBeastForever "The Beast Forever"]]:
***
There's a rainbow ornament in the Gales kitchen window, referencing Creator/JudyGarland's famous solo "Somewhere over the Rainbow".
** *** The Munja'kin who accompanies Dorothy to the borders of the Tribal Free Lands tells her that the wizard is "great and powerful.""
** In [[Recap/EmeraldCityS1E5EverybodyLies "Everybody Lies"]], West says Glinda's first line when Dorothy is brought to her.
-->'''West''': So, are you a good witch or a bad witch?
1st Feb '17 7:49:16 AM Anddrix
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* In ''Series/EmeraldCity'', the Munja'kin who accompanies Dorothy to the borders of the Tribal Free Lands tells her that the wizard is "great and powerful".

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* In ''Series/EmeraldCity'', ''Series/EmeraldCity'':
** There's a rainbow ornament in
the Gales kitchen window, referencing Creator/JudyGarland's famous solo "Somewhere over the Rainbow".
** The
Munja'kin who accompanies Dorothy to the borders of the Tribal Free Lands tells her that the wizard is "great and powerful".powerful."
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