History NeverLiveItDown / LiveActionTV

28th May '16 2:25:55 AM Silverblade2
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** Amy Pond sexually assaults the Doctor at the end of "Flesh and Stone". Even thought she never do it again and remains faithful to her fiancé Rory for the rest of her run, some fans still resent her for this.

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** Amy Pond sexually assaults assaulted the Doctor at the end of "Flesh and Stone". Even thought she never do does it again and remains faithful to her fiancé then husband Rory for the rest of her run, some fans still resent her for this.



* Some people will ''never'' forget the time Gwen Cooper of ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' confessed to her boyfriend that she'd cheated on him, demanded his forgiveness, and then retconned his memory so that he couldn't remember it. The fact that it's never been brought up since doesn't help, but that Gwen has married, had a child with, and remained faithful to that same boyfriend doesn't seem to win her any points either.

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* * ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''
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Some people will ''never'' forget the time Gwen Cooper of ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' confessed to her boyfriend that she'd cheated on him, demanded his forgiveness, and then retconned his memory so that he couldn't remember it. The fact that it's never been brought up since doesn't help, but that Gwen has married, had a child with, and remained faithful to that same boyfriend doesn't seem to win her any points either.



* Most casual fans of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' know the titular heroine as a high school [[TheCheerleader cheerleader]] who kills vampires. The last time Buffy shows any interest in cheerleading ''at all'' is in the third episode of the very first season. After that she practically never mentions it again. The identification of Buffy as a cheerleader seems to have been a holdover from the [[Film/BuffyTheVampireSlayer original movie]] which featured it much more prominently.

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* Most casual fans of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' know the titular heroine as a high school [[TheCheerleader cheerleader]] who kills vampires. The last time Buffy shows any interest in cheerleading ''at all'' is in the third episode of the very first season. After that she practically never mentions it again. The identification of Buffy as a cheerleader seems to have been a holdover from the [[Film/BuffyTheVampireSlayer original movie]] which featured it much more prominently. The first season's opening also features Buffy as a cheerleader.
18th May '16 6:51:11 AM LondonKdS
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** The fact that the Eighth Doctor was the first Doctor to openly snog his companion is enough that he is strongly associated with snogging in the fandom memory and serves as a target for all the [[{{Squee}} joy]] and [[InternetBackdraft horror]] that implies, even though his successors the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors did more snogging than he did. Each. This reputation was arguably deserved at the time the movie came out, but even after the Ninth Doctor confirmed himself to enjoy sex and snogged a bloke, the Tenth Doctor won awards for an episode about him seducing and shagging a courtesan and the Eleventh Doctor has had a whole [[AnArc Arc]] about his marriage and consummation of it with a female character, the Eighth Doctor is still stereotyped as the sex-maniac.

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** The fact that the Eighth Doctor was the first Doctor to openly snog his companion is enough that he is strongly associated with snogging in the fandom memory and serves as a target for all the [[{{Squee}} joy]] and [[InternetBackdraft horror]] that implies, even though his successors the Tenth and Eleventh Doctors did more snogging than he did. Each. This reputation was arguably deserved at the time the movie came out, but even after the Ninth Doctor confirmed himself to enjoy sex and snogged a bloke, the Tenth Doctor won awards for an episode about him seducing and shagging a courtesan and courtesan, the Eleventh Doctor has had a whole [[AnArc Arc]] about his marriage and consummation of it with a female character, and the Twelfth Doctor set up a hotel-restaurant via TrickedOutTime solely so that he could spend twenty-four years banging his wife there, the Eighth Doctor is still stereotyped as the sex-maniac.
8th May '16 9:26:38 PM nombretomado
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* Though Tim Taylor of ''HomeImprovement'' had had many, many, ''many'' accidents over the years, for some reason he never lived down that one time he glued his forehead to the table.

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* Though Tim Taylor of ''HomeImprovement'' ''Series/HomeImprovement'' had had many, many, ''many'' accidents over the years, for some reason he never lived down that one time he glued his forehead to the table.
4th Mar '16 2:11:05 PM fgenzo159
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*** Or maybe after screaming "WAAAAALT" too much, people started considering him only as The Guy Who Screams "Walt", even after he built a raft, or after Walt and him stopped sharing any screentime.

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*** Or maybe after screaming "WAAAAALT" too much, people started considering him only as The Guy Who Screams "Walt", even after he built a raft, two rafts, or after Walt and him stopped sharing any screentime.
4th Mar '16 2:08:46 PM fgenzo159
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* Many ''Series/{{Lost}}'' fans tend to ignore Michael's more positive (or at least less negative) traits after his MoralEventHorizon moment in season 2 (i.e., [[spoiler: murdering Ana Lucia and Libby]]). While the act was certainly indefensible (which makes this a partial case of JustifiedTrope), fans gloss over the fact that having your son kidnapped by strangers on a weird island doesn't exactly make a loving parent rational, nor did the fans acknowledge what he did AFTERWARD, which contradicts the assumption that he's an amoral, heartless bastard. This includes never ending guilt for doing the aforementioned act, which sparked numerous suicide attempts, and a last ditch effort to help the friends he betrayed on the island. Hell, even Hurley later forgave Michael for what he did, despite him [[spoiler: killing Hurley's girlfriend Libby]]. Good luck finding fans who feel the same way Hurley did.
** Or maybe after screaming "WAAAAALT" too much, people started considering him only as The Guy Who Screams "Walt", even after he built a raft, or after Walt and him stopped sharing any screentime.

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* Many ''Series/{{Lost}}'' :
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fans tend to ignore Michael's more positive (or at least less negative) traits after his MoralEventHorizon moment in season 2 (i.e., [[spoiler: murdering Ana Lucia and Libby]]). While the act was certainly indefensible (which makes this a partial case of JustifiedTrope), fans gloss over the fact that having your son kidnapped by strangers on a weird island doesn't exactly make a loving parent rational, nor did the fans acknowledge what he did AFTERWARD, which contradicts the assumption that he's an amoral, heartless bastard. This includes never ending guilt for doing the aforementioned act, which sparked numerous suicide attempts, and a last ditch effort to help the friends he betrayed on the island. Hell, even Hurley later forgave Michael for what he did, despite him [[spoiler: killing Hurley's girlfriend Libby]]. Good luck finding fans who feel the same way Hurley did.
** *** Or maybe after screaming "WAAAAALT" too much, people started considering him only as The Guy Who Screams "Walt", even after he built a raft, or after Walt and him stopped sharing any screentime.
4th Mar '16 2:07:38 PM fgenzo159
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** Or maybe after screaming "WAAAAALT" too much, people started considering him only as The Guy Who Screams "Walt", even after he built a raft, or after Walt and him stopped sharing any scene.

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** Or maybe after screaming "WAAAAALT" too much, people started considering him only as The Guy Who Screams "Walt", even after he built a raft, or after Walt and him stopped sharing any scene.screentime.
4th Mar '16 2:06:25 PM fgenzo159
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** Or maybe after screaming "WAAAAALT" too much, people started considering him only as The Guy Who Screams "Walt", even after he built a raft, or after Walt and him stopped sharing any scene.
9th Jan '16 6:25:20 AM shamblingdead2
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* In-universe example in ''{{Series/MASH}}'', during an episode when Hot Lips demands a transfer from the 4077th, citing Hawkeye and Trapper's hijinks as one cause:

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* In-universe example in ''{{Series/MASH}}'', during an episode when Hot Lips (whose nickname itself is an example) demands a transfer from the 4077th, citing Hawkeye and Trapper's hijinks as one cause:



* Dennis Franz showed his naked ass for a very small part of one episode of ''NYPDBlue''. Ask a casual fan and you'd think the guy never wore pants.

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* Dennis Franz [[FanDisservice showed his naked ass ass]] for a very small part of one episode of ''NYPDBlue''. Ask a casual fan and you'd think the guy never wore pants.
2nd Jan '16 11:09:04 PM nombretomado
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* TheSopranos is remembered as a great show, but the main thing that it's known for fading to black mid-scene at the end of the SeriesFinale.

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* TheSopranos ''Series/TheSopranos'' is remembered as a great show, but the main thing that it's known for fading to black mid-scene at the end of the SeriesFinale.
25th Dec '15 10:34:08 AM kquinn0830
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** Many ''Tool Time'' fans also bring up the time he fell through the roof of a porta potty.
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