History NeverLiveItDown / LiveActionTV

27th Nov '17 1:23:06 AM WillBGood
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--> '''Tyrion:''' Oh, I know. Walder Frey gets all the credit... or the blame, I suppose, depending on your alliegence.

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--> ----> '''Tyrion:''' Oh, I know. Walder Frey gets all the credit... or the blame, I suppose, depending on your alliegence.
27th Nov '17 1:22:55 AM WillBGood
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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.

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*** Theon Greyjoy is never going to live down his actions in season 2, 2; even after being tortured for years on end, permanently mutilated and sexually assaulted, the Starks have reclaimed reclaiming and rebuilt winterfell Bran has returned, rebuilding Winterfell and Bran's return, characters still feel the need to abuse the suicidal ironborn man for betraying the people who held him hostage.
15th Nov '17 2:58:36 PM AmateurMadman
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* ''Series/HellsKitchen'': Master chef, Gordon Ramsey, is famous for his outburst and insults to the competing Chefs when they screw up in the kitchen. But his most famous insult happened to chef Julie Chen who he called an "Idiot Sandwich". It has since been Ramsey's most remembered insult out of all of the seasons of Hell's Kitchen. What's worst, Julie Chen wasn't the only chef getting disciplined by Ramsey during the time he said it.
1st Nov '17 10:12:54 PM danlansdowne
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** And the wooden beam that he hit Bob Vila on the back of the head with.
12th Oct '17 8:14:01 AM Daylight
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* ''Series/HellsKitchen'': Master chef, Gordon Ramsey, is famous for his outburst and insults to the competing Chefs when they screw up in the kitchen. But his most famous insult happened to chef Julie Chen who he called an "Idiot Sandwich". It has since been Ramsey's most remembered insult out of all of the seasons of Hell's Kitchen. What's worst, Julie Chen wasn't the only chef getting disciplined by Ramsey during the time he said it.
27th Sep '17 7:38:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': Fans never let Counselor Troi live down [[CaptainCrash crashing]] the ''Enterprise'' in ''Film/StarTrekGenerations'' and ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''. In her defense, in ''Generations'', the main hull had just blown up and the saucer section was effectively out of control for even the most experienced pilot, and in ''Nemesis'', she was ordered directly by Picard to do so [[RammingAlwaysWorks to try and stop the Scimitar]].

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': Fans never let Counselor Troi live down [[CaptainCrash crashing]] the ''Enterprise'' in ''Film/StarTrekGenerations'' and ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''. ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'', usually prompting a WomenDrivers joke.[[note]]Which itself is an example of this trope, since in the actual show there have been numerous female helmswomen, none of whom crashed the ship in the process.[[/note]] In her defense, in ''Generations'', the main hull had just blown up and the saucer section was effectively out of control for even the most experienced pilot, and in ''Nemesis'', she was ordered directly by Picard to do so [[RammingAlwaysWorks to try and stop the Scimitar]].
15th Sep '17 10:13:58 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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** ''Series/JerseyShore:''' [[MemeticMutation "Come at me bro!"]]

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** ''Series/JerseyShore:''' ''Series/JerseyShore:'' [[MemeticMutation "Come at me bro!"]]
15th Sep '17 10:12:36 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* Besides Billy's braininess, Trini's translating, Zack's dancing, Kim's gymnastics, and Jason's jocular nature, no other quirk for any of the ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' from the first season lasted for longer than that [[CompressedVice particular episode's plot requirements demanded it]]... except for [[EnsembleDarkhorse Tommy's]] being a complete scatterbrain, written into the series to justify his absence (since his Franchise/SuperSentai counterpart [[KilledOffForReal didn't last too long]]. This took root in the fanon after a single episode and ultimately got many a CallBack in subsequent incarnations. It's all the more amusing for the fact Tommy is the TropeNamer for [[SixthRanger Sixth Rangers]] and one of the biggest {{Canon Sue}}s around.

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* Besides Billy's braininess, Trini's translating, Zack's dancing, Kim's gymnastics, and Jason's jocular nature, no other quirk for any of the ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' from the first season lasted for longer than that [[CompressedVice particular episode's plot requirements demanded it]]... except for [[EnsembleDarkhorse Tommy's]] being a complete scatterbrain, written into the series to justify his absence (since his Franchise/SuperSentai counterpart [[KilledOffForReal didn't last too long]].long]]). This took root in the fanon after a single episode and ultimately got many a CallBack in subsequent incarnations. It's all the more amusing for the fact Tommy is the TropeNamer for [[SixthRanger Sixth Rangers]] {{Sixth Ranger}}s and one of the biggest {{Canon Sue}}s around.



*** And [[SelfDeprecation by the man himself]] in the first episode of ''Dino Thunder'' where, during an escape from a T-rex, he locks the doors of his car...and then realizes he's in a Jeep. "[[LampshadeHanging Yeah, real great, Tommy.]] ''[[LampshadeHanging lock the door.]]''"

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*** And [[SelfDeprecation by the man himself]] in the first episode of ''Dino Thunder'' where, during an escape from a T-rex, he locks the doors of his car... and then realizes he's in a Jeep. "[[LampshadeHanging Yeah, real great, Tommy.]] ''[[LampshadeHanging lock Lock the door.]]''"



* ''Series/TheNanny''':

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* ''Series/TheNanny''': ''Series/TheNanny'':
9th Sep '17 5:56:26 PM randomtroper89
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* Can a non-sentient piece of AppliedPhlebotinum undergo this? In the Franchise/StargateVerse, the Goa'uld sarchophagus is a healing device that can reverse pretty much any injury seen thus far that does not violate the ChunkySalsaRule. Many characters have been brought back from apparent death by it (Poor Daniel has had several turns in it.) However, there was an episode called "Need" in which the guest star of the week asked Daniel, "Have you ever wondered what happens if you use one while healthy?" Turns out the answer to that is it's like a drug. ''If you use it '''repeatedly''' when '''healthy,''''' you become addicted and start to go dark side. But try telling that to fans: ever since "Need," the sarcophagus has been treated as an insta-evil-ifiying ArtifactOfDoom: imagine the [[LordOfTheRings One Ring]] and the [[{{Spider-Man}} Venom Symbiote]], roll 'em together, then make 'em about forty times worse. Never mind that in ''real life'' we have something that promotes healing, but can become quite horrible with overuse, or use when not actually suffering from the condition it's made for; we call itů [[spoiler: ''every medication in the history of ever''.]] The writers fall into the trap once (the Tok'ra don't use sarcophagi for fear of becoming like the Goa'uld. Again, ridiculous when "Need," the episode that introduces the drug effect, also makes it abundantly clear that it's only through misuse that this happens!) but later episodes have again had the sarcophagus used on those who really ''did'' need its healing properties, most memorably to allow Baal to horribly torture O'Neill to death over and over and over and restore him for more; Daniel ''feared'' that the sarcophagus might begin to mess with O'Neill's head but it never happened.

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* Can a non-sentient piece of AppliedPhlebotinum undergo this? In the Franchise/StargateVerse, the Goa'uld sarchophagus is a healing device that can reverse pretty much any injury seen thus far that does not violate the ChunkySalsaRule. Many characters have been brought back from apparent death by it (Poor Daniel has had several turns in it.) However, there was an episode called "Need" in which the guest star of the week asked Daniel, "Have you ever wondered what happens if you use one while healthy?" Turns out the answer to that is it's like a drug. ''If you use it '''repeatedly''' when '''healthy,''''' you become addicted and start to go dark side. But try telling that to fans: ever since "Need," the sarcophagus has been treated as an insta-evil-ifiying ArtifactOfDoom: imagine the [[LordOfTheRings One Ring]] and the [[{{Spider-Man}} Venom Symbiote]], roll 'em together, then make 'em about forty times worse. Never mind that in ''real life'' we have something that promotes healing, but can become quite horrible with overuse, or use when not actually suffering from the condition it's made for; we call itů [[spoiler: ''every medication in the history of ever''.]] The writers fall into the trap once (the Tok'ra don't use sarcophagi for fear of becoming like the Goa'uld. Again, ridiculous when "Need," the episode that introduces the drug effect, also makes it abundantly clear that it's only through misuse that this happens!) but later episodes have again had the sarcophagus used on those who really ''did'' need its healing properties, most memorably to allow Baal to horribly torture O'Neill to death over and over and over and restore him for more; Daniel ''feared'' that the sarcophagus might begin to mess with O'Neill's head but it never happened.
9th Sep '17 5:53:56 PM randomtroper89
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* InUniverse, Regina will never let Snow White from ''OnceUponATime'' live down [[spoiler:telling Regina's mother about her engagement to a stable boy, resulting in a horribly violent ParentalMarriageVeto]]. Snow's gotten very tired of hearing it, since she was ten at the time.

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InUniverse, Regina will never let Snow White from ''OnceUponATime'' live down [[spoiler:telling Regina's mother about her engagement to a stable boy, resulting in a horribly violent ParentalMarriageVeto]]. Snow's gotten very tired of hearing it, since she was ten at the time.
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