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18th Aug '17 2:19:38 PM Silverpuppy7
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Theon Greyjoy is never going to live down his actions in season 2, even after being tortured for years on end, permanently mutilated and sexually assaulted, the Starks have reclaimed and rebuilt winterfell Bran has returned, characters still feel the need to abuse the suicidal ironborn man for betraying the people who held him hostage.
17th Aug '17 1:25:37 PM gb00393
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*** Jaime Lannister is derogatorily known as "Kingslayer" for his BodyguardBetrayal, even by people who knew said king was insane and whose successful rebellion forced Jaime into that position. Jaime has struggled with ThenLetMeBeEvil ever since.

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*** Jaime Lannister is derogatorily known and addressed as "Kingslayer" by everyone for his BodyguardBetrayal, even by his allies and people who knew said king was insane and whose successful rebellion forced Jaime into that position.position. Jaime insists that people should be grateful for it. And, once we learn the rest of the story, it turns out he's right. Still, people despise him less because he killed the king and more because he broke his oath as a member of the Kingsguard. So, properly, he should simply be known as Oathbreaker, but that's not as punchy or specific as Kingslayer, so he's stuck with the latter. Jaime has struggled with ThenLetMeBeEvil ever since.
9th Jul '17 11:32:23 PM manicpixienightmare
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** Sam [=McCall=] is well known for kidnapping Jason's son Jake. This is brought up every time Jason and Samantha share screen time. Despite the fact that ''she didn't even kidnap the boy''; she merely kept quiet about who did. Even better, she would later save the same child from a burning building (in a separate incident), but she's still known as the one who kidnapped Jake.

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** Sam [=McCall=] is well known for kidnapping Jason's son Jake. This is brought up every time Jason and Samantha share screen time. Despite the fact that ''she didn't even kidnap the boy''; she merely kept quiet about who did. Even better, she would later save the same child from a burning building (in a separate incident), but she's still known as the one who kidnapped Jake.
2nd Jul '17 11:23:37 AM nombretomado
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** Daniel Jackson's many deaths/resurrection/ascension (although that last one only happened twice). It's lampshaded in the series itself. TheOtherWiki used to list them; [[http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Daniel_Jackson_(Stargate)&oldid=236270772 it's about 22 times.]] And Samantha Carter [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun blew up a sun]].

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** Daniel Jackson's many deaths/resurrection/ascension (although that last one only happened twice). It's lampshaded in the series itself. TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki used to list them; [[http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Daniel_Jackson_(Stargate)&oldid=236270772 it's about 22 times.]] And Samantha Carter [[RememberWhenYouBlewUpASun blew up a sun]].
30th Jun '17 2:15:56 AM BB8ForPresident
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** Sansa is still remembered for her [[{{HorribleJudgeOfCharacter}} crush]] on [[{{TheSociopath}} Joffrey]] in Season 1, particularly for lying about him attacking a butcher's boy, and blaming her little sister Arya for defending the boy and publicly calling Joffrey out for his actions. Since then, Sansa's probably had the most CharacterDevelopment in the whole cast, but from the amount this story pops up you'd think she was throwing servant boys under the bus every other episode.
27th May '17 5:39:17 PM nombretomado
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** ''JerseyShore:''' [[MemeticMutation "Come at me bro!"]]

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** ''JerseyShore:''' ''Series/JerseyShore:''' [[MemeticMutation "Come at me bro!"]]
19th May '17 10:37:38 PM nombretomado
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* Clare in ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'' ranted out Eli at the LocalHangout, screaming '''"DID YOU FLIP A SWITCH AND ERASE ME FROM YOUR MEMORY, DID YOU EVER LOVE ME AT ALL?"'''. Since then, Eli wrote it into the SchoolPlay, Connor and Mo used it to psych out an OpposingSportsTeam, and Connor, KC and Adam put it on {{Twitter}} where at one point it was trending in Toronto.

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* Clare in ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'' ranted out Eli at the LocalHangout, screaming '''"DID YOU FLIP A SWITCH AND ERASE ME FROM YOUR MEMORY, DID YOU EVER LOVE ME AT ALL?"'''. Since then, Eli wrote it into the SchoolPlay, Connor and Mo used it to psych out an OpposingSportsTeam, and Connor, KC and Adam put it on {{Twitter}} Website/{{Twitter}} where at one point it was trending in Toronto.
1st May '17 3:13:41 PM LondonKdS
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*** From the other direction when it comes to the Doctor's asexuality: The idea that he's ''completely'' asexual and aromantic mostly derives from the Fourth Doctor's line in ''City of Death,'' "You're a beautiful woman, probably." Since the First Doctor's first companion had been his own ''granddaughter,'' chances are that line wasn't intended to say romance is 100% foreign to him.

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*** From the other direction when it comes to the Doctor's asexuality: The idea that he's ''completely'' asexual and aromantic mostly derives from the Fourth Doctor's line to Countess Scarlioni in ''City of Death,'' "You're a beautiful woman, probably." Since the First Doctor's first companion had been his own ''granddaughter,'' chances are that line wasn't intended to say romance is 100% foreign to him - and Tom Baker's delivery of the line leaves open the interpretation that he's conveying to her that he's aware that she's trying to use her attractiveness to distract him.
16th Apr '17 9:03:26 PM PhantomRider
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***The Doctor from the ninth onward in general. With the original series' NoHuggingNoKissing rule being relaxed in the new series, any sign of him not being completely asexual is treated as him having become a sex maniac to rival [[ExtremeOmnisexual Jack Harkness]]. In fact, he gets kissed, to his [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yoi4wM0Jiw hilarious]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UsUSx8rfsc bewilderment,]] as a RunningGag and so does a lot of snogging ''whether he wants to or not,'' and has had flirtatious teasing with several characters, and that is quite a change from the classic series, but that's light-years away from "every companion is also a love interest, and he's banging every RecurringCharacter on the side." In fact, a theme that's ''also'' played up more in the revived series is how ancient and alien and alone the "lonely god" is, making the normal idea of a romance with him impossible (as several characters who have loved him have learned. River Song would give ''anything'' for their arc to be about "consummating" anything. Though yes, technically she ''is'' his wife. As always with the Doctor, it's complicated.) ShippingGoggles combine in a very nasty way with the fandom's defensiveness of his asexuality: In most shows, to fans, the two leads being close means they're shagging. In Doctor Who, the two leads being close means they're shagging - and therefore the Doctor and the series are RuinedForever.
***From the other direction when it comes to the Doctor's asexuality: The idea that he's ''completely'' asexual and aromantic mostly derives from the Fourth Doctor's line in ''City of Death,'' "You're a beautiful woman, probably." Since the First Doctor's first companion had been his own ''granddaughter,'' chances are that line wasn't intended to say romance is 100% foreign to him.



** The Eleventh Doctor only had one main episode where he wore a fez hat, but since then, almost every drawing of him includes him wearing it.

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** The Eleventh Doctor only had one main episode where he wore a fez hat, but since then, almost every drawing of him includes him wearing it. (There were a couple later ContinuityNod moments where he wore a fez for about two seconds each.)



** Rory has been referred to ''in-show'' as "the man who dies and dies again." He's only done it for real once. He's just... very good at creating the ''illusion'' of death. By accident. Lots.

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** Rory has been referred to ''in-show'' as "the man who dies and dies again." He's only done it for real once. He's just... very good at creating the ''illusion'' of death. By accident. Lots. It's also strange that Rory alone is remembered for this - Steven Moffat has a habit of having ''everyone'' die a lot.
2nd Apr '17 1:06:15 AM pointycatears
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** The Eleventh Doctor only had one main episode where he wore a fez hat, but since then, almost every drawing of him includes him wearing it.


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** How could anyone forget the time when Felicity [[spoiler: blew up an entire city because she somehow wasn't able to redirect the bomb to a much less populated place than its original destination?]]
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