History NoodleIncident / LiveActionTV

21st Apr '18 8:25:24 AM pi4t
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** The episode itself later becomes an in-universe Noodle Incident in ''The Death of the Doctor'', when Clyde and Rani remind Sarah Jane of the various aliens they've encountered.
-->'''The Doctor:''' What do you mean, "the ''Mona Lisa''"!?
19th Apr '18 2:47:37 PM Shadoboy
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** Cats ate her face.

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** Cats "How did aunt Helen die?" "Cats ate her face.face. Hold on, Dewey knows more about it."
19th Apr '18 2:44:52 PM Shadoboy
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** In "Malcolm vs. Reese", Hal and Dewey are charged with taking care of Craig's cat Jellybean, who runs off and cannot be found, but evidently stops by the house when they aren't there. In an attempt to make Jellybean stay put, they accidentally drug up all of the neighborhood cats and a opossum, but Jellybean is still not to be found. At this point they finally call Lois for help. Cut to the charred remains of the house, and Hal commenting that she sure made those cats get out in a hurry.

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** In "Malcolm vs. Reese", Hal and Dewey are charged with taking care of Craig's cat Jellybean, who runs off and cannot be found, but evidently stops by the house when they aren't there. In an attempt to make Jellybean stay put, they accidentally drug up all of the neighborhood cats and a opossum, (and an opossum), but Jellybean is still not to be found. At this point they finally call Lois for help. Cut to the charred remains of the house, and Hal commenting that she sure made those cats get out in a hurry.
13th Apr '18 11:45:37 AM StarTropes
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** In the pilot, "[[[{{Recap/StarTrekS1E3WhereNoManHasGoneBefore}} Where No Man Has Gone Before]]", after Gary Mitchell is zapped by the mysterious energy field on the edge of the galaxy and sent to sick bay, Kirk visits him, where they share this exchange: [[note]] No further references to the incident, the girl, or just what Gary meant when he said "nova" (or [[{{Squick}} after-effects]], for that matter) are made. Later on in the scene, Gary admits to having secretly set Kirk up with "a little blonde lab assistant," and "planning her whole campaign." Shocked, Kirk declares he almost married that woman. Though certain revelations from Star Trek movies have led to speculation that this blonde was Carol Marcus, nothing is ever concluded.[[/note]]

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** In the pilot, "[[[{{Recap/StarTrekS1E3WhereNoManHasGoneBefore}} "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS1E3WhereNoManHasGoneBefore}} Where No Man Has Gone Before]]", after Gary Mitchell is zapped by the mysterious energy field on the edge of the galaxy and sent to sick bay, Kirk visits him, where they share this exchange: [[note]] No further references to the incident, the girl, or just what Gary meant when he said "nova" (or [[{{Squick}} after-effects]], for that matter) are made. Later on in the scene, Gary admits to having secretly set Kirk up with "a little blonde lab assistant," and "planning her whole campaign." Shocked, Kirk declares he almost married that woman. Though certain revelations from Star Trek movies have led to speculation that this blonde was Carol Marcus, nothing is ever concluded.[[/note]]



** During "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS3E20TinMan}} Tin Man]]", the telepath reveals that in an earlier mission (which became known as the "Gorushda Disaster" due to having resulted in several deaths, including two of Riker's friends) he "was completely attentive, and if the captain had listened to me, it would have been fine".

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** During "[[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS3E20TinMan}} Tin Man]]", the telepath reveals Tam Elbrun claims that in an earlier mission (which became known as the "Gorushda Disaster" due to having resulted in several [[The47Society 47]] deaths, including two of Riker's friends) he "was completely attentive, and if the captain had listened to me, it would have been fine".


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* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'':
** Travis mentions that he and his parents once had a run-in with some [[SpacePirates Nausicaans]], which they were lucky to have survived.
** Once, when Archer asks Trip "Have you ever known me to do something really foolish?", Trip mentions a poker game at Jupiter Station.
13th Apr '18 11:40:00 AM StarTropes
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** "The Omega Directive" gives the basic information behind the creation of the Federation's first Omega molecule -- it was done by a scientist named Kettaract, and the resulting explosion killed a lot of people and turned an entire sector of space into a NoWarpingZone, but the details are glossed over. The novel ''Cloak'' explains this as a [[NoSuchAgency Section 31]] operation GoneHorriblyWrong, and [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk and his crew]] were there when it happened.
24th Mar '18 10:00:29 AM DontKillBugs
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* ''Series/{{Gotham}}'': In the season 4 episode "The Sinking Ship, The Grand Applause", Riddler's explanation to the Penguin of how he tracked down where Victor Zsasz has hidden Penguin's adopted son Martin is cut short halfway through. It apparently involved exploiting Zsasz's love for the disco, and Riddler disguising himself as an old Polish woman.
23rd Mar '18 2:17:39 PM gb00393
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--> '''Robin Arryn:''' What happened next?

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--> ---> '''Robin Arryn:''' What happened next?
23rd Mar '18 2:17:08 PM gb00393
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** Tyrion's list of "confessions" in "[[{{Recap/GameOfThronesS1E6AGoldenCrown}} A Golden Crown]]" is cut off before he can describe an escapade involving bringing a jackass and a honeycomb into a brothel.

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** Tyrion's list of "confessions" in "[[{{Recap/GameOfThronesS1E6AGoldenCrown}} A Golden Crown]]" is cut off by an indignant Lysa before he can describe an escapade involving bringing a jackass and a honeycomb into a brothel.brothel..


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*** In Season 6, he finally gets a ripe opportunity to tell the full story after he manages to get Missandei and Grey Worm in a relaxed, wine-sipping mood. As it turns out, fate ''still'' refuses to let him tell the story, as the Good Masters chose that moment to besiege Meereen.
3rd Mar '18 7:06:47 AM HSutherland
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2nd Mar '18 6:23:24 AM AmuckCricetine
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** There's one for the history of Roman Catholicism:

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** There's "[[Recap/BlackadderS2E3Potato Potato]]" has one for the history of Roman Catholicism:



** The episode "Apocalypse" has "the incident with the oven-ready chicken" and:

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** The episode "Apocalypse" "[[Recap/BottomS1E4Apocalypse Apocalypse]]" has "the incident with the oven-ready chicken" and:



** The Kindergarten incident Xander mentions to Dark Willow to calm her down, about how she cried her eyes out after breaking a yellow crayon. This was lampshaded later in the Season 7 episode "The Killer In Me". When Willow falls victim to a curse that makes her look like psycho-bad-guy Warren, and she has to convince Buffy, Xander, and the gang that she really is Will and not Warren or The First.

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** The Kindergarten incident Xander mentions to Dark Willow to calm her down, about how she cried her eyes out after breaking a yellow crayon. This was lampshaded later in the Season 7 episode "The "[[{{Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS7E13TheKillerInMe}} The Killer In Me".Me]]". When Willow falls victim to a curse that makes her look like psycho-bad-guy Warren, and she has to convince Buffy, Xander, and the gang that she really is Will and not Warren or The First.



** Andrew summoning flying monkeys to ruin a production of RomeoAndJuliet.

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** Andrew summoning flying monkeys to ruin a production of RomeoAndJuliet.''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet''.



** Subverted with the Gazpacho Soup Incident which tormented Arnold Rimmer, who blamed it for stalling his career and ruining his chances of promotion to such an extent that his last words were "Gazpacho soup!" It turned out to be merely an incident where Rimmer, sitting at the captain's table at a formal luncheon, sent a bowl of Gazpacho soup back to the kitchen to be warmed up because he didn't know it was supposed to be served cold. Of course, the reality didn't live up to the imagination, but that was the point; both that it was an extremely minor embarrassment that the insecure Rimmer blew up to insane proportions, and that it was just yet another example of him [[FreudianExcuse blaming something else for his own screw-ups and failed life]].
** A straight example occurs in the first episode when Captain Hollister, in reference to smuggling animals on board spaceships, makes angry reference to what happened "on board the ''Oregon'' with the rabbits".

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** Subverted in "[[Recap/RedDwarfSeasonIMe2 Me2]]" with the Gazpacho Soup Incident which tormented Arnold Rimmer, who blamed it for stalling his career and ruining his chances of promotion to such an extent that his last words were "Gazpacho soup!" It turned out to be merely an incident where Rimmer, sitting at the captain's table at a formal luncheon, sent a bowl of Gazpacho soup back to the kitchen to be warmed up because he didn't know it was supposed to be served cold. Of course, the reality didn't live up to the imagination, but that was the point; both that it was an extremely minor embarrassment that the insecure Rimmer blew up to insane proportions, and that it was just yet another example of him [[FreudianExcuse blaming something else for his own screw-ups and failed life]].
** A straight example occurs in the first episode "[[Recap/RedDwarfSeasonITheEnd The End]]" when Captain Hollister, in reference to smuggling animals on board spaceships, makes angry reference to what happened "on board the ''Oregon'' with the rabbits".



** Another possible incident is referred to in "Emohawk: Polymorph 2" when Lister is trying to avoid getting marrying a GELF bride so the crew can get a part for the Starbug. Rimmer tries to convince him to go marry the yeti creature because "you've dated worse." Lister angrily retorts "Only due to bad disco lighting!"
** ''Only The Good'' ended the series on a downer with everyone about to be killed off. After the show's revival, the final episode of season X includes the characters disagreeing over who gets to claim the credit for saving them, which turns into a heated argument and gets shushed before they actually get to explaining how they were saved.

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** Another possible incident is referred to in "Emohawk: "[[Recap/RedDwarfSeasonVIEmohawkPolymorphII Emohawk: Polymorph 2" II]]" when Lister is trying to avoid getting marrying a GELF bride so the crew can get a part for the Starbug. Rimmer tries to convince him to go marry the yeti creature because "you've dated worse." Lister angrily retorts "Only due to bad disco lighting!"
** ''Only "[[Recap/RedDwarfSeasonVIIIOnlyTheGood Only The Good'' Good]]" ended the series on a downer with everyone about to be killed off. After the show's revival, the final episode of season X "[[RedDwarfSeasonXTheBeginning The Beginning]]" includes the characters disagreeing over who gets to claim the credit for saving them, which turns into a heated argument and gets shushed before they actually get to explaining how they were saved.
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