History NoodleIncident / LiveActionTV

18th Feb '17 2:52:58 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Tyrion's list of "confessions" in "A Golden Crown" is cut off before he can describe an escapade involving bringing a jackass and a honeycomb into a brothel.
--> '''Robin Arryn:''' What happened next?
** What Podrick did with/to the prostitutes that they liked so much they refused to accept payment. This one borders on RunningGag in Season 4.
** When Tyrion is drinking with Bronn, the latter admits his first kill was a woman when he was a child. When he gets frowned at, the only background given to justify it is that she swung an axe at him.
20th Jan '17 1:11:40 PM Xtifr
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** When Daphne asks a gay theater director if [[PeterOToole Peter O'Toole]] will be at his party, he responds: "No... and he ''knows'' why!"

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** When Daphne asks a gay theater director if [[PeterOToole Peter O'Toole]] Creator/PeterOToole will be at his party, he responds: "No... and he ''knows'' why!"
8th Dec '16 10:49:58 AM upupandaway42
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* In the ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'' episode [[Recap/Supergirl2015S2E7TheDarkestPlace "The Darkest Place"]], [[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} Kara]] mentions the time [[Comicbook/{{Superman}} her cousin]] teamed up with an unnamed [[Comicbook/{{Batman}} vigilante with tons of gadgets and lots of issues]].
7th Dec '16 2:34:12 PM AgProv
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* In ''Series/KingOfQueens'', a weary policeman delivers Arthur Spooner to the front door and asks "Does he belong to you? We found him wandering around in Amish country." Nothing more is said about this standalone scene.

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* In ''Series/KingOfQueens'', ''Series/TheKingOfQueens'', a weary policeman delivers Arthur Spooner to the front door and asks "Does he belong to you? We found him wandering around in Amish country." Nothing more is said about this standalone scene.
7th Dec '16 2:27:20 PM AgProv
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* In ''Series/KingOfQueens'', a weary policeman delivers Arthur Spooner to the front door and asks "Does he belong to you? We found him wandering around in Amish country." Nothing more is said about this standalone scene.
25th Nov '16 2:09:24 PM jccw227
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* In the first season version of the opening theme to ''Series/WKRPInCincinnati'', as we hear someone going through radio stations, one sounds like a news report, but all we get to hear of it is "... but the senator, while insisting he was not intoxicated, could not explain his nudity."
16th Nov '16 8:56:10 AM WiddershinsDaughter
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** Throughout the first and second season, and less frequently thereafter, we hear references to a somewhat dangerous contact sport called "Parrises Squares," a game played in spandex uniforms with an implement called an ion mallet. No one is ever actually ''seen'' playing the game, but injuries from it are relatively common.

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** Throughout the first and second season, and less frequently thereafter, we hear references to a somewhat dangerous contact sport called "Parrises Squares," "[[FictionalSport Parrises Squares]]," a game played in spandex uniforms with an implement called an ion mallet. No one is ever actually ''seen'' playing the game, but injuries from it are relatively common.
16th Nov '16 8:53:15 AM WiddershinsDaughter
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** Throughout the first and second season, and less frequently thereafter, we hear references to a somewhat dangerous contact sport called "Parrises Squares," a game played in spandex uniforms with an implement called an ion mallet. No one is ever actually ''seen'' playing the game, but injuries from it are relatively common.
9th Oct '16 11:58:03 AM TallTroper
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** Mere mention of the "apple turnover" between Lois and her sister is enough to bring up UnstoppableRage in the latter. Also, it apparently was a bad enough situation to cause Lois to compare it to her sister's refusal to disclose her serious medical condition.
16th Sep '16 4:27:53 PM RollFizzlebeef
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** In "Absolution" ([=S3E21=]), Simmons [[spoiler: gets Fitz out of the hangar]] by reminding him about "Professor Vaughn's Third Year Compiler Theory." When Coulson asks what that is, she merely says [[{{ItsALongStory}} "It's... complicated."]]

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** In "Absolution" ([=S3E21=]), Simmons [[spoiler: gets Fitz out of the hangar]] by reminding him about "Professor Vaughn's Third Year Compiler Theory." When Coulson asks what that is, she merely says [[{{ItsALongStory}} "It's..."[[{{ItsALongStory}} It's... complicated."]]]]"
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