History NiceJobBreakingItHero / NewMedia

30th Apr '16 5:22:20 PM nombretomado
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** This spills over [[TwoPartTrilogy into the following special]], ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee''. If the reviewers hadn't gone looking for the gauntlet then [[spoiler:[[CaptainPlanet Ma-ti]]]] would not have died, and subsequently would not have [[spoiler:merged with the Plot Hole]]. In doing so, [[spoiler:Ma-ti]] sets off a chain of events that leads to [[spoiler:the deaths of WebVideo/TheLastAngryGeek, [[Franchise/StarWars the Emperor]], [[Film/SupermanII Zod]], [[Film/BattlefieldEarth Terl]], and [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Mecha-Kara]]]].

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** This spills over [[TwoPartTrilogy into the following special]], ''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee''. If the reviewers hadn't gone looking for the gauntlet then [[spoiler:[[CaptainPlanet [[spoiler:[[WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers Ma-ti]]]] would not have died, and subsequently would not have [[spoiler:merged with the Plot Hole]]. In doing so, [[spoiler:Ma-ti]] sets off a chain of events that leads to [[spoiler:the deaths of WebVideo/TheLastAngryGeek, [[Franchise/StarWars the Emperor]], [[Film/SupermanII Zod]], [[Film/BattlefieldEarth Terl]], and [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Mecha-Kara]]]].
11th Apr '16 12:58:12 PM Piando
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* In ''WebVideo/DragonballAbridged: The History of Trunks'' the Androids eventually get bored with killing humanity. 17 decides he's going to stop killing and become a park ranger instead... right before Gohan kicks him through a building. A pissed 17 resolves to kill every human in response.

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* In ''WebVideo/DragonballAbridged: ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged: The History of Trunks'' the Androids eventually get bored with killing humanity. 17 decides he's going to stop killing and become a park ranger instead... right before Gohan kicks him through a building. A pissed 17 resolves to kill every human in response.
14th Jan '16 4:21:57 PM MeerkatMario
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* In the ''WebVideo/SuperMarioLogan'' episode "Bowser Junior's Lottery Ticket!", Bowser Junior tries to pay five dollars to give his ticket to the Brooklyn Guy (referred to as a "stranger" here) and make him cast it, but when he and his friends come back to his house they see on TV, of all things, ''the Brooklyn Guy being the lottery winner and pretending he won all by himself, without any involvement from Junior and his friends''. Much to Junior's annoyance and anger.
-->'''Anchorwoman:''' Sir, how does it feel to win this much money?\\
'''Brooklyn Guy:''' It feels freakin' amazing! That's how it feels! Like--''(chuckles)''--so much money! Oh my God!
3rd Jan '16 12:35:48 PM Doug86
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* In ''HappyTreeFriends'', Splendid appears to be incapable of ''not'' doing this.

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* In ''HappyTreeFriends'', ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'', Splendid appears to be incapable of ''not'' doing this.
19th Jun '15 4:19:09 PM Prfnoff
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* In the GrandFinale of ''[[DNAKpts4tv Death Note The Abridged Series (Kpts4tv)]]'' the Shinigami suggest [[spoiler: they were going to kill L [[HeKnowsTooMuch for knowing too much]] but Light beat them to it.]] Oh and Light was going to [[spoiler: kill Matsuda and stop the Shinigami invasion that would leave the Earth as a giant craphole but Matsuda shoots him up before he can.]]

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* In the GrandFinale of ''[[DNAKpts4tv Death Note The Abridged Series (Kpts4tv)]]'' ''WebVideo/DeathNoteTheAbridgedSeriesKpts4tv'' the Shinigami suggest [[spoiler: they were going to kill L [[HeKnowsTooMuch for knowing too much]] but Light beat them to it.]] Oh and Light was going to [[spoiler: kill Matsuda and stop the Shinigami invasion that would leave the Earth as a giant craphole but Matsuda shoots him up before he can.]]
14th Jun '15 5:12:24 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Siegenthaler John Siegenthaler]], a very respected journalist who signed onto ThatOtherWiki with the greatest of intentions, but singlehandedly ended up ruining it FOREVER. In May of 2005, some anonymous loser added some false information to his page that said that he was a suspect in JohnFKennedy's assassination. This error went unnoticed for five months. Then, someone informed Siegenthaler of the error. He created an account on Wikipedia to correct it, but the administrators didn't realize his intentions and kept reverting his corrections; they eventually blocked him. Also, by editing the article, he was in violation of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:COI the Wiki's Conflict of Interest guidelines]], which specifically prohibit people from editing articles about themselves or people close to themselves. Eventually, a shitstorm went down that led to the creation of several controversial Wiki policies, including [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:BLP Biographies of Living Persons]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:Oversight the Oversight feature]] (and its very first use was on the Siegenthaler article!), and registration being required to start new articles. Most haters of Wikipedia say this was when the wiki JumpedTheShark. And all John Siegenthaler wanted to do was correct an error. Nice job breaking it, hero!

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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Siegenthaler John Siegenthaler]], a very respected journalist who signed onto ThatOtherWiki with the greatest of intentions, but singlehandedly ended up ruining it FOREVER. In May of 2005, some anonymous loser added some false information to his page that said that he was a suspect in JohnFKennedy's UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy's assassination. This error went unnoticed for five months. Then, someone informed Siegenthaler of the error. He created an account on Wikipedia to correct it, but the administrators didn't realize his intentions and kept reverting his corrections; they eventually blocked him. Also, by editing the article, he was in violation of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:COI the Wiki's Conflict of Interest guidelines]], which specifically prohibit people from editing articles about themselves or people close to themselves. Eventually, a shitstorm went down that led to the creation of several controversial Wiki policies, including [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:BLP Biographies of Living Persons]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:Oversight the Oversight feature]] (and its very first use was on the Siegenthaler article!), and registration being required to start new articles. Most haters of Wikipedia say this was when the wiki JumpedTheShark. And all John Siegenthaler wanted to do was correct an error. Nice job breaking it, hero!
26th May '15 7:49:44 PM TVRulezAgain
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* ''SuburbanKnights'': The Cloaks, the obstacles, and [[spoiler: Jaffers]] are actively trying to stop the reviewers from finding the Gauntlet. Turns out they had a good reason to do so. [[spoiler: Malachite was tracking Team 2's map, meaning that he wouldn't have found the gauntlet in the first place if the reviewers hadn't gone looking for it.]]
** This spills over [[TwoPartTrilogy into the following special]], ''ToBoldlyFlee''. If the reviewers hadn't gone looking for the gauntlet then [[spoiler:[[CaptainPlanet Ma-ti]]]] would not have died, and subsequently would not have [[spoiler:merged with the Plot Hole]]. In doing so, [[spoiler:Ma-ti]] sets off an entire chain of events that leads to [[spoiler:the deaths of TheLastAngryGeek, [[StarWars the Emperor]], [[Film/SupermanII Zod]], [[Film/BattlefieldEarth Terl]], and [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Mecha-Kara]]]].

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* ''SuburbanKnights'': ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights'': The Cloaks, the obstacles, and [[spoiler: Jaffers]] are actively trying to stop the reviewers from finding the Gauntlet. Turns out they had a good reason to do so. [[spoiler: Malachite was tracking Team 2's map, meaning that he wouldn't have found the gauntlet in the first place if the reviewers hadn't gone looking for it.]]
** This spills over [[TwoPartTrilogy into the following special]], ''ToBoldlyFlee''.''WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee''. If the reviewers hadn't gone looking for the gauntlet then [[spoiler:[[CaptainPlanet Ma-ti]]]] would not have died, and subsequently would not have [[spoiler:merged with the Plot Hole]]. In doing so, [[spoiler:Ma-ti]] sets off an entire a chain of events that leads to [[spoiler:the deaths of TheLastAngryGeek, [[StarWars WebVideo/TheLastAngryGeek, [[Franchise/StarWars the Emperor]], [[Film/SupermanII Zod]], [[Film/BattlefieldEarth Terl]], and [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Mecha-Kara]]]].
18th May '15 2:48:40 AM erforce
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** In the same vein, ''[[http://www.cracked.com/article_18658_6-movie-plots-that-could-have-been-solved-in-minutes.html 6 Movie Plots That Could Have Been Solved In Minutes]]'' has example of heroes making too much troubles for themselves and/or their allies when doing nothing at all (''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', ''Film/HarryPotter and the Goblet of Fire'') or the most mundane and trivial thing imaginable (''TheDaVinciCode'', ''Film/IRobot'', ''{{Saw}}'', ''Film/NewMoon'', ''Film/{{Return of the Jedi}}'') would ''obviously'' work better.

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** In the same vein, ''[[http://www.cracked.com/article_18658_6-movie-plots-that-could-have-been-solved-in-minutes.html 6 Movie Plots That Could Have Been Solved In Minutes]]'' has example of heroes making too much troubles for themselves and/or their allies when doing nothing at all (''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'', ''Film/HarryPotter and the Goblet of Fire'') ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire'') or the most mundane and trivial thing imaginable (''TheDaVinciCode'', ''Film/IRobot'', ''{{Saw}}'', ''Film/SawI'', ''Film/NewMoon'', ''Film/{{Return of the Jedi}}'') would ''obviously'' work better.
11th May '15 11:22:12 AM nombretomado
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* During one campaign in the ''GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', the [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters "ape-liberation" terrorist group]] Prime 8 attempted to detonate a high-yield nuclear weapon in downtown Paris. The Global Guardians stopped the simian supervillains... but during the course of the battle the ''heroes'' managed to knock down the Eiffel Tower (which, in turn, destroyed several square blocks of the city during its collapse). Oops!

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* During one campaign in the ''GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', ''Roleplay/GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse'', the [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters "ape-liberation" terrorist group]] Prime 8 attempted to detonate a high-yield nuclear weapon in downtown Paris. The Global Guardians stopped the simian supervillains... but during the course of the battle the ''heroes'' managed to knock down the Eiffel Tower (which, in turn, destroyed several square blocks of the city during its collapse). Oops!
29th Apr '15 10:31:43 PM TSBasilisk
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* In ''WebAnimation/DusksDawn'' Star Whistle caused a storm that ravaged Ponyville.

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* In ''WebAnimation/DusksDawn'' Star Whistle caused a storm that ravaged Ponyville.Ponyville.
* In ''WebVideo/DragonballAbridged: The History of Trunks'' the Androids eventually get bored with killing humanity. 17 decides he's going to stop killing and become a park ranger instead... right before Gohan kicks him through a building. A pissed 17 resolves to kill every human in response.
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