History NiceHat / LiveActionTV

8th Sep '16 11:09:41 AM narm00
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* Stephen Colbert has a semi-regular segment where he puts on a [[strike:ridiculous]] ''awesome'' hat and then makes proclamations.
** At least once he has had a "hat-off" with a guest.
* TheWalkingDead: Sheriff Grime's sweet black Sheriff's hat, which he gives to his son early in season 2.

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* Stephen Colbert has Creator/StephenColbert had a semi-regular segment where he puts on a [[strike:ridiculous]] ''awesome'' hat and then makes proclamations.
** At least once he has had a "hat-off" with a guest.
* TheWalkingDead: Series/TheWalkingDead: Sheriff Grime's sweet black Sheriff's hat, which he gives to his son early in season 2.



* ''Series/TicTacDough: During the Wink Martindale era (1978-1985), on Friday shows -- or on occasion other days of the week -- he would show off a hat that had been sent to him by a viewer. Martindale had more than 750 of these hats in his collection by the time he left the show.

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* ''Series/TicTacDough: ''Series/TicTacDough'': During the Wink Martindale era (1978-1985), on Friday shows -- or on occasion other days of the week -- he would show off a hat that had been sent to him by a viewer. Martindale had more than 750 of these hats in his collection by the time he left the show.



* ''TheTudors'' displays quite a fantastic plethora of {{Nice Hat}}s, most notably those worn by King Francis I and Charles Brandon. The good people of England never complained about Henry VIII creating his own church because they were too DistractedByTheSexy.

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* ''TheTudors'' ''Series/TheTudors'' displays quite a fantastic plethora of {{Nice Hat}}s, most notably those worn by King Francis I and Charles Brandon. The good people of England never complained about Henry VIII creating his own church because they were too DistractedByTheSexy.
18th Aug '16 1:27:59 PM Tre
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* In the SciFiChannel's production of ''Series/{{Dune}}'' there were several {{Nice Hat}}s, mostly notably the Bene Gesserit, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Ghm.jpg seen here]] (the hat is the thing extending back from her head).

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* In the SciFiChannel's [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci-Fi Channel]]'s production of ''Series/{{Dune}}'' there were several {{Nice Hat}}s, mostly notably the Bene Gesserit, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Ghm.jpg seen here]] (the hat is the thing extending back from her head).
18th Aug '16 10:24:36 AM lorgskyegon
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* ''Series/FamilyMatters'': Literally, the phrase "nice hat" becomes part of a gag. In the early Season 2 episode "Torn Between Two Lovers," Rachel is interviewing job seekers for her new restaurant and is wearing a hat. One of the applicants -- a young immigrant -- compliments her hat. "You have a nice hat!" he exclaims. But when Rachel begins asking questions about his background and experience, all he can reply with is, "You have a nice hat!" Rachel catches on quickly that the man knows very little English and tells him, in not so many words, that she'll call if he's hired and sends him on his way. "You have a nice hat!" the man says as he walks out the door. "Thank you!" replies Rachel.

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* ''Series/FamilyMatters'': Literally, the phrase "nice hat" becomes part of a gag. In the early Season 2 episode "Torn Between Two Lovers," Rachel is interviewing job seekers for her new restaurant and is wearing a hat. One of the applicants -- a young immigrant -- compliments her hat. "You have a nice lovely hat!" he exclaims. But when Rachel begins asking questions about his background and experience, all he can reply with is, "You have a nice lovely hat!" Rachel catches on quickly that the man knows very little English and tells him, in not so many words, that she'll call if he's hired and sends him on his way. "You have a nice lovely hat!" the man says as he walks out the door. "Thank you!" replies Rachel.
18th Jul '16 2:43:44 PM BulletproofLlama
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* The title characters of ''Series/TheMusketeers'' are rarely seen without their signature feathered brimmed hats (except D'Artagnan, even though it was his trademark in the original story). Porthos also wears a black bandanna, sometimes under his hat.

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* The title characters of ''Series/TheMusketeers'' are rarely seen on duty without their signature feathered brimmed hats (except D'Artagnan, even though it was his trademark in the original story). Porthos also wears a black bandanna, sometimes under his hat.
17th Jul '16 2:29:43 PM blkwhtrbbt
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* TheWalkingDead: Sheriff Grime's sweet black Sheriff's hat, which he gives to his son early in season 2.
15th Jul '16 1:35:22 PM BulletproofLlama
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* The title characters of ''Series/TheMusketeers'' are rarely seen without their signature feathered brimmed hats (except D'Artagnan, even though it was his trademark in the original story). Porthos also wears a black bandanna, sometimes under his hat.
19th May '16 4:04:39 PM nombretomado
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* Played with in ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'' episode "Electro." Howard meets the Spirit of Jazz, an intimidating ghost with a white top hat that's always on fire. At the end of the scene, the Spirit freaks out because he didn't realize that his hat was on fire. Howard apologizes for not warning him, saying he thought it was "just his look."
** The Hitcher also wears a rather nice top hat, with polo mints imbedded into the band.

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* ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'':
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Played with in ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'' the episode "Electro." Howard meets the Spirit of Jazz, an intimidating ghost with a white top hat that's always on fire. At the end of the scene, the Spirit freaks out because he didn't realize that his hat was on fire. Howard apologizes for not warning him, saying he thought it was "just his look."
** Vince Noir sports a wide array of awesome hats throughout the series. In one episode Howard curses Vince that the next hat he tries on will not suit him, prompting Vince to say that "All hats suit me! My hair is virtually a hat!"
** The Hitcher also wears a rather nice top hat, with polo mints imbedded embedded into the band.



* Vince Noir from ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'' sports a wide array of awesome hats throughout the series. In one episode Howard curses Vince that the next hat he tries on will not suit him, prompting Vince to say that "All hats suit me! My hair is virtually a hat!"
19th May '16 4:04:03 PM nombretomado
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* Played with in ''TheMightyBoosh'' episode "Electro." Howard meets the Spirit of Jazz, an intimidating ghost with a white top hat that's always on fire. At the end of the scene, the Spirit freaks out because he didn't realize that his hat was on fire. Howard apologizes for not warning him, saying he thought it was "just his look."

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* Played with in ''TheMightyBoosh'' ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'' episode "Electro." Howard meets the Spirit of Jazz, an intimidating ghost with a white top hat that's always on fire. At the end of the scene, the Spirit freaks out because he didn't realize that his hat was on fire. Howard apologizes for not warning him, saying he thought it was "just his look."
4th May '16 5:56:39 AM bombadil211
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* ''Series/{{Maigret}}'' is set in a time when men were expected to wear hats outdoors, even at night. Maigret and most other male characters wear jauntily angled fedoras. Uniformed police officers wear the distinct French kepi.
28th Apr '16 7:36:11 PM WillBGood
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* Stephen Colbert has a semi-regular segment where he puts on a [s]ridiculous[/s] [b]awesome[/b] hat and then makes proclamations.

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* Stephen Colbert has a semi-regular segment where he puts on a [s]ridiculous[/s] [b]awesome[/b] [[strike:ridiculous]] ''awesome'' hat and then makes proclamations.
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