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5th Jul '17 5:09:37 AM narm00
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** There's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it shot of Dalek hunter Abslom Daak, from the DWM comics, in "Time Heist".
** In "The Doctor Falls", when the Twelfth Doctor reels off a list of various planets where the Cybermen have originated, he mentions Marinus, from "The Keys of Marinus", referencing the Creator/GrantMorrison DWM story "The World Shapers", which sees the Voord becoming the first Cybermen.



*** The fact that the show is clearly a CutAndPasteTranslation, and ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' prided itself on using [[{{Macekre}} Macek's]] [[{{Robotech}} techniques]] is just the cherry on top.

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*** The fact that the show is clearly a CutAndPasteTranslation, and ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' prided itself on using [[{{Macekre}} Macek's]] [[{{Robotech}} techniques]] [[Anime/{{Robotech}} techniques]], is just the cherry on top.
17th Jun '17 1:16:46 PM nombretomado
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** In the film, Cole is accidentally sent back to WW1 before being sent to 1996. In 1996, Railly finds a photograph of him from WW1, which convinces her that he's a time-traveler. In ''Mentally Divergent'', Cole is accidentally sent to North Korea in 2006, before being sent to 2015. In 2015, Railly finds photographs of Cole from the 2006 incident, including a picture of a note Cole was carrying which allows her to track him in 2015.

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** In the film, Cole is accidentally sent back to WW1 UsefulNotes/WorldWarI before being sent to 1996. In 1996, Railly finds a photograph of him from WW1, [=WW1=], which convinces her that he's a time-traveler. In ''Mentally Divergent'', Cole is accidentally sent to North Korea in 2006, before being sent to 2015. In 2015, Railly finds photographs of Cole from the 2006 incident, including a picture of a note Cole was carrying which allows her to track him in 2015.
16th Jun '17 5:51:26 AM gb00393
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** When Jaime is trying to locate Alton Lannister in the family tree, he asks him if his mother is "the fat one", only to correct himself by saying "No, there is only ''one'' fat Lannister. If she was your mother, you would know it." The book counterpart to Alton, Cleos Frey, is the son of Genna Lannister, an aunt of Jaime that is notoriously obese.

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** When Jaime is trying to locate Alton Lannister in the family tree, he asks him if his mother is "the fat one", only to correct himself by saying "No, there is only ''one'' fat Lannister. If she was your mother, you would know it." The book counterpart to Alton, Cleos Frey, is the son of Genna Lannister, an aunt of Jaime Jaime's that is notoriously obese.



** 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.

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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 common custom in Westeros 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.white.
** The Bastard's Girls' name is likely based on the Bastard's Boys, Ramsay's men-at-arms in the books.
16th Jun '17 5:32:07 AM AlternativeCola
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* ''MythologyGag/UchuSentaiKyuranger''
* ''MythologyGag/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger''
30th Apr '17 9:51:43 PM DougDevilsMutt
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* ''MythologyGag/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents2017''
30th Apr '17 6:23:32 PM paycheckgurl
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* The revival also references a rather infamous {{monegreen}} of the original lyric his bosses didn't like him/so they shot him into space ---> '''Tom:''' (To the MST3K theme) But the cowboy didn't like him, so he shot him in the faaaace!

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* ** The revival also references a rather infamous {{monegreen}} {{mondegreen}} of the original lyric lyrics of thr theme: But his bosses didn't like him/so they shot him into space spaaace
---> '''Tom:''' (To the MST3K theme) But the cowboy didn't like him, so he shot him in the faaaace!
30th Apr '17 6:19:40 PM paycheckgurl
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** In revival series (aka season 11) at one point Jonah threatens to turn off the movie. The bots remind him he can't, calling back to a long gone lyric from the Joel era explaining why exactly Mike/Jonah can't control when the movies begin or end
---> '''Crow:''' We're built from those parts.
* The revival also references a rather infamous {{monegreen}} of the original lyric his bosses didn't like him/so they shot him into space ---> '''Tom:''' (To the MST3K theme) But the cowboy didn't like him, so he shot him in the faaaace!
---> '''Crow:''' Meta!
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''
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