History Narm / LiveActionTV

17th Oct '17 6:50:07 PM alechoro
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* The WB drama ''7th Heaven'' has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The kids weirdly have no problem telling their dad then the fight starts. The acting is so over the top and the music so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find it on YouTube.

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* The WB drama ''7th Heaven'' has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The kids weirdly have no problem telling their dad then the fight starts. The acting is so over the top and the music are so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find it on YouTube.
17th Oct '17 6:48:30 PM alechoro
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* The WB drama ''7th Heaven'' has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The kids weirdly have no problem telling their dad then the fight starts. The acting is so over the top and the music so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find on YouTube.

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* The WB drama ''7th Heaven'' has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The kids weirdly have no problem telling their dad then the fight starts. The acting is so over the top and the music so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find it on YouTube.
17th Oct '17 6:47:34 PM alechoro
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* 7th Heaven has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The acting is so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find on YouTube.

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* 7th Heaven The WB drama ''7th Heaven'' has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The kids weirdly have no problem telling their dad then the fight starts. The acting is so over the top and the music so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find on YouTube.
17th Oct '17 6:46:06 PM alechoro
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* ''7th Heaven'' has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The acting is so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find on YouTube.

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* ''7th Heaven'' 7th Heaven has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The acting is so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find on YouTube.
17th Oct '17 6:45:21 PM alechoro
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* ''7th Heaven'' has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The acting is so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find in on YouTube.

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* ''7th Heaven'' has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The acting is so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find in on YouTube.
17th Oct '17 6:44:22 PM alechoro
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* ''7th Heaven'' has it's share of scenes that are overdramatic, and come off like a public service announcement. However, it's clowning moment of Narm is the scene where Rev Eric Camden finds out his son Matt is smoking pot. The acting is so over the top, you think his son confessed to something way more heinous, and therefore the scene comes off as more funny than serious. You can find in on YouTube.
16th Oct '17 6:42:56 AM NightShade96
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* [[DeusAngstMachina Excessive angst]] and unsubtle tearjerking can create {{Narm}} (we laugh so that we do not cry), and so there's a lot of inappropriate laughing when watching ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. The Most Pathetic Christmas Ever (tm) does it for some. The ending of "Heart" is another: It's Film/OldYeller, but with cleavage!
** The racist Ghost Truck in ''Route 666'' was laughable.
** The entire fifth season finale. Especially that moment where [[spoiler:Dean puts on 'Rock of Ages' by Def Leppard to break up the non-fight between Michael and Lucifer]]. It's especially funny because [[spoiler:he trundles up in the Impala so slowly!]]
** In the season 4 episode "When The Levee Breaks," there is a scene where Sam tells Dean to say what he's thinking (that Sam is a monster). He hisses, "Say it!", reminiscent the narmful scene in ''Twilight'' in which Edward says the same. Credit is given to Supernatural, though; after that line, the scene ends in one of the saddest ways up to that point: [[spoiler:Sam walking out on Dean voluntarily, leaving him alone and crying on the floor]].
** Season 6's opening episode "Exile on Main Street": the scene where Dean is lying on a bed while hallucinating that Azazel kills Lisa and feeds Ben demon-blood. Dean's desperate cries and sweaty face, the wobbly camera effect, and Lisa's "it's all your fault" are what really sell the hokeyness.
** Boss Leviathan Dick Roman's own personal form of YouHaveFailedMe, "Bibbing". It ''should'' be horrifying, he's essentially forcing his underlings to devour themselves. However, "bib" is just such a [[InherentlyFunnyWords stupid word]] that it immediately kills the intensity any scene it's uttered in. It doesn't help that the first time we see him do it to someone, he has his secretary dress them up with a handkerchief first.
** The leviathans in general tend to be pretty narmy. They don't seem to be able to go a single scene without mentioning that they eat people. Their big plan is to make humans lazy and fat. And then there's all the jokes about their leader being named Dick...
*** While the Dick jokes were certainly intentional, it comes back to bite them in the ass in the season finale when a very emotional scene is wrapped up with the line: "Go get Dick, but not to scratch some itch, do it because it's the job" Was [[spoiler:Bobby]] talking to hunters, or prostitutes?
** Pretty much almost every car/angst scene with the two brothers come down to this. Some will say the obsession with these car scenes by certain fans is the reason the show's still running, so one can't complain. Still, some people have to change the channel when these scenes come on due to the sheer excess of Narm and second hand embarrassment. This gets a SelfDeprecation joke in the 200th episode where a fangirl refers those scenes as "Boy Melodrama".
12th Oct '17 5:54:39 PM TudorRose
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* In spite of the serious nature of Creator/InvestigationDiscovery's DocuDrama series ''[[Creator/InvestigationDiscovery Deadly Women]]'', many of the recreations are so [[{{Melodrama}} melodramatic]] that it can be laughable, particularly during scenes where there are arguments. There's also the voice of the narrator, which is meant to sound seductive and ominous but can come across as overdone.

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* In spite of the serious nature of Creator/InvestigationDiscovery's DocuDrama series ''[[Creator/InvestigationDiscovery Deadly Women]]'', many of the recreations are so [[{{Melodrama}} melodramatic]] that it can be laughable, particularly during scenes where there are arguments. There's also the voice of the narrator, which is meant to sound seductive and ominous but can come comes across as overdone.
12th Oct '17 5:47:57 PM TudorRose
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* In spite of the serious nature of Creator/InvestigationDiscovery's DocuDrama series ''[[Creator/InvestigationDiscovery Deadly Women]]'', many of the recreations are so [[{{Melodrama}} melodramatic]] that it can be laughable, particularly during scenes where there are arguments. There's also the voice of the narrator, which is meant to sound seductive but can come across as overdone.

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* In spite of the serious nature of Creator/InvestigationDiscovery's DocuDrama series ''[[Creator/InvestigationDiscovery Deadly Women]]'', many of the recreations are so [[{{Melodrama}} melodramatic]] that it can be laughable, particularly during scenes where there are arguments. There's also the voice of the narrator, which is meant to sound seductive and ominous but can come across as overdone.
12th Oct '17 2:06:43 PM TudorRose
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* In spite of the serious nature of the Creator/InvestigationDiscovery DocuDrama series ''[[Creator/InvestigationDiscovery Deadly Women]]'', many of the recreations are so [[{{Melodrama}} melodramatic]] that it can be laughable, particularly during scenes where there are arguments. There's also the voice of the narrator, which is meant to sound seductive but can come across as overdone.

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* In spite of the serious nature of the Creator/InvestigationDiscovery Creator/InvestigationDiscovery's DocuDrama series ''[[Creator/InvestigationDiscovery Deadly Women]]'', many of the recreations are so [[{{Melodrama}} melodramatic]] that it can be laughable, particularly during scenes where there are arguments. There's also the voice of the narrator, which is meant to sound seductive but can come across as overdone.
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