History NauseaFuel / LiveActionTV

7th Dec '17 2:47:49 PM ClintEastwood
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** "The Stolen Earth". [[spoiler:Davros']] ShirtlessScene. Ick.
** And then there's the [[spoiler:man's head mutating into a Dalek creature]] in "Revelation of the Daleks". Hell, the Dalek creatures in general during the classic series, considering they seemed to consist entirely of goop.
** The Weeping Angels, although more nightmarish than nauseating, have caused this in ''The Time of Angels'' with three or four moments in which mens' necks are snapped. There were discretion blackouts, but the audible cracking noises can make you a bit queasy.
** In "Planet of the Ood," when Halpen's inner Ood finally emerges, he reaches up and peels his skin off to reveal the Ood face underneath. Oh, and then he coughs his forebrain into his hand.
** In "The Beast Below," The Doctor and Amy land on a GIANT TONGUE belonging to [[spoiler:the star whale]] and they get UPCHUCKED!!!

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** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E12TheStolenEarth The Stolen Earth".Earth]]". [[spoiler:Davros']] ShirtlessScene. Ick.
** And then there's the [[spoiler:man's head mutating into a Dalek creature]] in "Revelation "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E6RevelationOfTheDaleks Revelation of the Daleks".Daleks]]". Hell, the Dalek creatures in general during the classic series, considering they seemed to consist entirely of goop.
** The Weeping Angels, although more nightmarish than nauseating, have caused this in ''The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E4TheTimeOfAngels The Time of Angels'' Angels]]" with three or four moments in which mens' necks are snapped. There were discretion blackouts, but the audible cracking noises can make you a bit queasy.
** In "Planet "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E3PlanetOfTheOod Planet of the Ood," Ood]]", when Halpen's inner Ood finally emerges, he reaches up and peels his skin off to reveal the Ood face underneath. Oh, and then he coughs his forebrain into his hand.
** In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E2TheBeastBelow The Beast Below," Below]]," The Doctor and Amy land on a GIANT TONGUE belonging to [[spoiler:the star whale]] and they get UPCHUCKED!!!
15th Oct '17 11:41:32 PM elle1072
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* ''Series/TheGrandTour'': Each of the presenters is challenged to design a car made of ecologically sustainable materials. Jeremy Clarkson chooses to make his out of dead animals; the vehicle's bone framework is filled in with skins and raw meat. By the time he reaches the challenge destination two days later, the unrefrigerated car has drastically gone off. He has to wear "nose tampons" just to drive it, and when he finds out the engine compartment is full of maggots, he drops out of the race so he can run off and be ill.

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* ''Series/TheGrandTour'': Each of the presenters is challenged to design a car made of ecologically sustainable materials. Jeremy Clarkson chooses to make his out of dead animals; the vehicle's bone framework is filled in with skins and raw meat. By the time he reaches the challenge destination two days later, the unrefrigerated car has drastically gone off. He has to wear "nose tampons" just to drive it, and when he finds out the engine compartment is full of maggots, he drops out of the race so he can run off and be ill.ill.
*''Series/MrRobot'' has a season two episode where the protagonist Elliot intentionally overdoses on Adderall, which causes him to violently vomit all over his bedroom floor. Since he's still [[spoiler: trying to silence Mr. Robot]], he digs the half-digested Adderall pills out of the puddle in order to swallow them again. The whole ordeal leaves vomit all over his hands, clothes, and face. And most likely creeping up viewers' throats.
25th Jul '17 9:19:51 AM Forenperser
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* The third season of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' gives us a close, loving look of what a rotting, gangrenous stump of a cut-off hand looks like. And the start of the operation where the gangrene is being cut off without anesthetic.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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The third season of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' gives us a close, loving look of what a rotting, gangrenous stump of a cut-off hand looks like. And the start of the operation where the gangrene is being cut off without anesthetic.


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** In the second episode of the seventh Season, we get a look at Jorah Mormont's torso, deformed by gresyscale. As if that wasn't enough, how about [[spoiler: Samwell Tarly cutting off the dead tissue, as in basically skinning him alive? Putrefying included.]]
4th Jun '17 1:45:09 AM erforce
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** Then there's the case with the autistic kid who kept seeing wobbly things all over the place. [[spoiler:[[TheWickerMan OH GODS, NOT THE WORMS! NOT THE WORMS! AAAAAAUGH! THEY'RE IN MY EYES!]]]]

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** Then there's the case with the autistic kid who kept seeing wobbly things all over the place. [[spoiler:[[TheWickerMan [[spoiler:[[Film/TheWickerMan2006 OH GODS, NOT THE WORMS! NOT THE WORMS! AAAAAAUGH! THEY'RE IN MY EYES!]]]]
15th Dec '16 9:30:02 PM Doug86
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* ''{{Fridays}}'': It had a very {{Nausea Fuel}}led (and possibly {{Nightmare Fuel}}led) sketch where a married couple (played by John Roarke and Maryedith Burrell) on a road trip stop by a diner filled with zombies eating dismembered body parts. The sketch was said to be so disgusting that six ABC affiliates stopped airing ''Fridays'' after only three episodes (the "Diner of the Living Dead" sketch aired on the third episode in April of 1980). The other affiliates continued to air Fridays until its cancellation in 1982, but when the episode that had that sketch re-aired, the sketch was cut. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0o_LlmYoBdE Here's the video.]]

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* ''{{Fridays}}'': ''Series/{{Fridays}}'': It had a very {{Nausea Fuel}}led (and possibly {{Nightmare Fuel}}led) sketch where a married couple (played by John Roarke and Maryedith Burrell) on a road trip stop by a diner filled with zombies eating dismembered body parts. The sketch was said to be so disgusting that six ABC affiliates stopped airing ''Fridays'' after only three episodes (the "Diner of the Living Dead" sketch aired on the third episode in April of 1980). The other affiliates continued to air Fridays until its cancellation in 1982, but when the episode that had that sketch re-aired, the sketch was cut. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0o_LlmYoBdE Here's the video.]]
10th Dec '16 6:50:50 PM Doryna
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* ''Series/BarRescue'' saw host Jon Taffer visiting plenty of nausea-inducing bars, including some with rat infestations, insects being found in customers' drinks, moldy kitchens, and employees handling food improperly. But perhaps one of the most disgusting discoveries he ever made was at Fairways Golf & Grill, where there were ''mushrooms growing out of the freezer.''

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* ''Series/BarRescue'' saw host Jon Taffer visiting plenty of nausea-inducing bars, including some with rat infestations, insects being found in customers' drinks, moldy kitchens, and employees handling food improperly. But perhaps one of the most disgusting discoveries he ever made was at Fairways Golf & Grill, where there were ''mushrooms growing out of the freezer.''''
* ''Series/TheGrandTour'': Each of the presenters is challenged to design a car made of ecologically sustainable materials. Jeremy Clarkson chooses to make his out of dead animals; the vehicle's bone framework is filled in with skins and raw meat. By the time he reaches the challenge destination two days later, the unrefrigerated car has drastically gone off. He has to wear "nose tampons" just to drive it, and when he finds out the engine compartment is full of maggots, he drops out of the race so he can run off and be ill.
10th Dec '16 10:51:17 AM multibrawlr
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* Played with in a ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' sketch where seemingly tame occurrences (someone licking a stamp, a high school teacher being named Mel) causes the characters to "darn near puke." But the thought of licking the belly of a dead bloated rat doesn't bother them at all.

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* Played with in a ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' sketch where seemingly tame occurrences (someone licking a stamp, a high school teacher being named Mel) causes the characters to "darn near puke." But the thought of licking the belly of a dead bloated rat doesn't bother them at all.all.
* ''Series/BarRescue'' saw host Jon Taffer visiting plenty of nausea-inducing bars, including some with rat infestations, insects being found in customers' drinks, moldy kitchens, and employees handling food improperly. But perhaps one of the most disgusting discoveries he ever made was at Fairways Golf & Grill, where there were ''mushrooms growing out of the freezer.''
21st Nov '16 8:03:05 AM AsForMyHandle
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* NauseaFuel/OneThousandWaysToDie
* NauseaFuel/KitchenNightmares

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* NauseaFuel/OneThousandWaysToDie
''NauseaFuel/OneThousandWaysToDie''
* NauseaFuel/KitchenNightmares''NauseaFuel/KitchenNightmares''
21st Nov '16 8:02:41 AM AsForMyHandle
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''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie'' has [[NauseaFuel/OneThousandWaysToDie its own page]].

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''Series/OneThousandWaysToDie'' has [[NauseaFuel/OneThousandWaysToDie its Series with their own page]].
pages:
[[index]]
* NauseaFuel/OneThousandWaysToDie
* NauseaFuel/KitchenNightmares
[[/index]]
29th Aug '16 9:36:54 AM dsneybuf
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* ''Series/TheElectricCompany'': A frequent source of humor in many food-based skits. Most famously:

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* ''Series/TheElectricCompany'': ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'': A frequent source of humor in many food-based skits. Most famously:
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