History NoodleIncident / WebAnimation

21st May '17 4:18:56 PM nombretomado
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* Hinted at in an episode of ''WeeblAndBob'' in which Weebl is giving Bob lessons on dating:

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* Hinted at in an episode of ''WeeblAndBob'' ''WebAnimation/WeeblAndBob'' in which Weebl is giving Bob lessons on dating:
11th May '17 1:47:36 PM Viira
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* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', Grif mentions Simmons getting into an escape pod after saying, "I'm not going to the Vegas Quadrant." No explanation is further given on the subject, but it is based on something that Simmon's voice actor, Gustavo Sorola, did. In the commentary the cast explains how they had gotten together in Los Angeles (half the cast lived in Austin, Texas) and decided to Las Vegas. Drunk, he said the line above, got out of the van, and ran all the way back to the hotel. The group later found a note saying "See you back in Texas". Of course, no further explanation was given in the commentary either, leading to a double NoodleIncident.
** In a more serious example, it's never explained exactly how York lost his eye, just that it involved Tex, Omega, and Wyoming, and that Tex's influence on Omega is the only reason the wound wasn't fatal. [[spoiler: What happened is revealed in Season 9, during a training session with York, Wyoming and Maine versus Tex, Maine and Wyoming got serious and started to use live rounds in the pistols instead of the hardening paint. Maine threw a grenade at Tex, who dodged easily, but landed next to York, who was beaten down at the time. Tex used the paint guns to protect him from the grenade blast, but only managed to cover the right eye, leading to York's left eye getting blown out.]]
** There's also the episode where they were discussing how the commandos were all named after states, except "Poor Florida." A moment of silence is then held before continuing the conversation.
*** Again, this is actually explained in [[spoiler:the Season 10 finale: Agent Florida was a Freelancer sent to Blood Gulch to watch over and guard the Alpha. To disguise this, Project Freelancer ''blew up Florida''.]]
** And when Tex comes back as a ghost and reveals she's been watching them
---> '''Tucker:''' So, when you say you've been watching us, you mean all the time?
---> '''Tex:''' Yes, Tucker. And you should be ''very'' ashamed of yourself.
---> '''Tucker:''' It gets lonely out here.
*** Heh heh. [[IncrediblyLamePun Noodle]] Incident.

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* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'':
**
In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', the first season, Grif mentions Simmons getting into an escape pod after saying, "I'm not going to the Vegas Quadrant." No explanation is further given on the subject, but it is based on something that Simmon's Simmons' voice actor, Gustavo Sorola, did. In the commentary the cast explains how they had gotten together in Los Angeles (half the cast lived in Austin, Texas) and decided to Las Vegas. Drunk, he said the line above, got out of the van, and ran all the way back to the hotel. The group later found a note saying "See you back in Texas". Of course, no further explanation was given in the commentary either, leading to a double NoodleIncident.
** In a more serious example, it's initially never explained exactly how York lost his eye, just that it involved Tex, Omega, and Wyoming, and that Tex's influence on Omega involvement is the only reason the wound wasn't fatal. [[spoiler: What happened is revealed in Season 9, 9: [[spoiler: during a training session with York, Wyoming and Maine versus Tex, Maine and Wyoming got serious and started to use live rounds in the pistols instead of the hardening paint. Maine threw a grenade at Tex, who dodged easily, but it landed next to York, who was beaten down at the time. Tex used the paint guns to protect him from the grenade blast, but only managed to cover the right eye, leading to York's left eye getting blown out.]]
** There's also the episode where they were discussing how the commandos were all In season 3, it's mentioned that there are 49 Freelancers, one named after states, except "Poor Florida." each state. A moment of silence is then held for "poor Florida" before continuing the conversation.
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conversation continues. Again, this is actually explained in [[spoiler:the the Season 10 finale: Agent [[spoiler:Agent Florida was a Freelancer sent to Blood Gulch to watch over and guard the Alpha. To disguise this, Project Freelancer ''blew up Florida''.]]
** And when When Tex comes back as a ghost and reveals she's been watching them
them.
---> '''Tucker:''' So, when you say you've been watching us, you mean all the time?
--->
time?\\
'''Tex:''' Yes, Tucker. And you should be ''very'' ashamed of yourself.
--->
yourself.\\
'''Tucker:''' It gets lonely out here.
*** Heh heh. [[IncrediblyLamePun Noodle]] Incident.
here.



** Another serious example is the Freelancer break-in on Command. We're only told two details about it: [[spoiler:Agent Texas]] was involved, and it was serious enough to make Command decide to transfer the Alpha to somewhere where it would ''never'' be found.
*** [[spoiler: And because of her involvement, something happened or did not happen, ensuring the Alpha would not be rescued. This is because Tex is programmed, for lack of a better term, to always fail at any big endeavors she plans.]]

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** Another serious example is the Freelancer break-in on Command. We're only told two details about it: [[spoiler:Agent Texas]] was involved, and it was serious enough to make Command decide to transfer the Alpha to somewhere where it would ''never'' be found.
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found. [[spoiler: And because of her involvement, something happened or did not happen, ensuring the Alpha would not be rescued. This is because Tex is programmed, for lack of a better term, to always fail at any big endeavors she plans.]]



** Now in Season 10, whatever happened to Georgia is becoming one of these. It seems everyone ''except'' Wash knows, and he really wants someone to tell him what exactly happened.

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** Now in Season 10, whatever happened 3 has "Yellow Church", whose idea to Georgia stop a bomb going off was apparently so bad that he somehow managed to change his armor colour from blue to yellow. He even got a special bonus on the DVD where he starts to explain then says "Ugh, just...never mind". In the original series finale, after much begging by the fans, the origin of Yellow Church is becoming one of these. It seems everyone ''except'' Wash knows, finally explained and it turns out that he actually had nothing to do with the bomb and was referring to a different incident.
** In Season Ten, during a freelancer assault involving jetpacks, Washington is constantly warned that he doesn't want to "end up like Georgia". Despite his requests, nobody clarifies what happened.
--->'''York:''' [[YouDoNOTWantToKnow Dude, you do not wanna know.]]\\
'''Wash:''' I
really wants someone to tell him what exactly happened.''do'', though!
4th May '17 8:48:12 AM Argon2
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* ''WebAnimation/FriendshipIsWitchcraft'' takes place 10 years after a war, the events of which caused Rarity and Applejack's animosity.
-->'''Rarity:''' I'm sure that's what you said when you were driving that tank into ''a schoolhouse''!
25th Mar '17 1:08:49 PM Andyroid
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** The email "personal favorites" references a number of never-before-seen Strong Bad escapades, like Bubs making a Strong Bad robot out of a Speak-and-Spell and an empty box of Grape Nuts, Strong Bad trying to fly Bubs' concession stand after [[DrunkOnMilk drinking a glass of soy sauce]], Pom Pom and Coach Z getting into a knife fight, and the Cheat trying to ''eat'' Bubs' concession stand after [[ChekhovsGag drinking a glass of soy sauce]].

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** The email "personal favorites" references a number of never-before-seen Strong Bad escapades, like Bubs making a Strong Bad robot out of a Speak-and-Spell and an empty box of Grape Nuts, Strong Bad trying to fly Bubs' concession stand after [[DrunkOnMilk drinking a glass of soy sauce]], Pom Pom and Coach Z getting into a knife fight, and the Cheat trying to ''eat'' Bubs' concession stand after [[ChekhovsGag [[BrickJoke drinking a glass of soy sauce]].



-->'''Strong Bad:''' Hey, Dairy Queen.\\
'''Strong Sad:''' I already told you, [[MaliciousMisnaming I don't wanna be called that any more!]] I made a mistake!

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-->'''Strong --->'''Strong Bad:''' Hey, Dairy Queen.\\
'''Strong Sad:''' I already told you, [[MaliciousMisnaming [[EmbarrassingNickname I don't wanna be called that any more!]] I made a mistake!



** In the E-mail "bottom 10", Strong Bad has an in-universe example. Homestar Runner somehow made Strong Bad hug a tree while Strong Bad actively wonders why he is hugging the tree and why he ''continues'' to hug it. This wondering doesn't make him stop, however.
** The 2016 Halloween cartoon "Later That Night" is one extended Noodle Incident, mostly covering the traditional "Halloween costume round-up" at the end of their usual Halloween cartoons with only a few glimpses at Homestar and friends' "hilarious Halloween adventure". It apparently included trick-or-treating at Senor Cardgage's, ghost-hunting with "Sharp Dean" (Strong Bad thinly-disguised as a new female character he made up in the 2016 April Fools' Day cartoon), and getting free samples of "Fluffy Puff Pumpkin-Spice-Latte-Flavored-Banana-Bread Malloweens" from a creepy Marshie mascot.

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** In the E-mail "bottom 10", Strong Bad has an in-universe example. Homestar Runner somehow made Strong Bad recalls "there was this one time I had to hug a tree while tree". In the ensuing flashback, Strong Bad actively wonders why he is Homestar has him hugging the tree and why he ''continues'' to hug it. This wondering doesn't make him stop, however.
** The 2016 Halloween cartoon "Later That Night" is one extended Noodle Incident, mostly covering the traditional "Halloween costume round-up" at the end of their usual Halloween cartoons with only a few glimpses at Homestar and friends' "hilarious Halloween adventure". It apparently included trick-or-treating at Senor Cardgage's, ghost-hunting with "Sharp Dean" "Sharpdene" (Strong Bad thinly-disguised as a new female character he made up in the 2016 April Fools' Day cartoon), and getting free samples of "Fluffy Puff Pumpkin-Spice-Latte-Flavored-Banana-Bread Malloweens" from a creepy Marshie mascot.
10th Jan '17 9:40:19 PM DarkHunter
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': The story of how Professor Port captured a beowolf in his youth is glossed over by the episode to reflect the fact the kids [[TheBore aren't paying attention]]. The one bit that is focused on is that his grandfather, despite smelling of cabbages, was a wise man. While his grandfather was referenced because his wise advice was relevant to the tale even though the kids don't listen to it, the story behind the unfortunate smell isn't even hinted at.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'':
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The story of how Professor Port captured a beowolf in his youth is glossed over by the episode to reflect the fact the kids [[TheBore aren't paying attention]]. The one bit that is focused on is that his grandfather, despite smelling of cabbages, was a wise man. While his grandfather was referenced because his wise advice was relevant to the tale even though the kids don't listen to it, the story behind the unfortunate smell isn't even hinted at.at.
** Something big apparently happened the first time Yang got a haircut... something related to her Semblance. It's implied that fire was involved.
1st Nov '16 3:33:52 PM Andyroid
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** The 2016 Halloween costume "Later That Night" is one extended Noodle Incident, mostly covering the traditional "Halloween costume round-up" at the end of their usual Halloween cartoons with only a few glimpses at Homestar and friends' "hilarious Halloween adventure". It apparently included trick-or-treating at Senor Cardgage's, ghost-hunting with "Sharp Dean" (a new female character Strong Bad made up in the 2016 April Fools' Day cartoon), and getting free samples of "Fluffy Puff Pumpkin-Spice-Latte-Flavored-Banana-Bread Malloweens" from a creepy Marshie mascot.

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** The 2016 Halloween costume cartoon "Later That Night" is one extended Noodle Incident, mostly covering the traditional "Halloween costume round-up" at the end of their usual Halloween cartoons with only a few glimpses at Homestar and friends' "hilarious Halloween adventure". It apparently included trick-or-treating at Senor Cardgage's, ghost-hunting with "Sharp Dean" (a (Strong Bad thinly-disguised as a new female character Strong Bad he made up in the 2016 April Fools' Day cartoon), and getting free samples of "Fluffy Puff Pumpkin-Spice-Latte-Flavored-Banana-Bread Malloweens" from a creepy Marshie mascot.
1st Nov '16 3:20:24 AM Andyroid
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** In the E-mail "Bottom Ten," Strong Bad has an in-universe example. Homestar Runner somehow made Strong Bad hug a tree while Strong Bad actively wonders why he is hugging the tree and why he ''continues'' to hug it. This wondering doesn't make him stop, however.

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** In the E-mail "Bottom Ten," "bottom 10", Strong Bad has an in-universe example. Homestar Runner somehow made Strong Bad hug a tree while Strong Bad actively wonders why he is hugging the tree and why he ''continues'' to hug it. This wondering doesn't make him stop, however.however.
** The 2016 Halloween costume "Later That Night" is one extended Noodle Incident, mostly covering the traditional "Halloween costume round-up" at the end of their usual Halloween cartoons with only a few glimpses at Homestar and friends' "hilarious Halloween adventure". It apparently included trick-or-treating at Senor Cardgage's, ghost-hunting with "Sharp Dean" (a new female character Strong Bad made up in the 2016 April Fools' Day cartoon), and getting free samples of "Fluffy Puff Pumpkin-Spice-Latte-Flavored-Banana-Bread Malloweens" from a creepy Marshie mascot.
21st Aug '16 11:29:50 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''DSBTInsaniT'' episode 'The Party', Portica mentions to Koden how she would lend him money and he would never pay her back, then Alex mentions how he would order pizza and, despite the fact that Koden never chipped in, would share with him.

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* In the ''DSBTInsaniT'' ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'' episode 'The Party', Portica mentions to Koden how she would lend him money and he would never pay her back, then Alex mentions how he would order pizza and, despite the fact that Koden never chipped in, would share with him.
19th Aug '16 9:03:30 PM Monolaf317
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* ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'': In Episode 50, [[AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents Veronica]] mentions that her daughter Brittnay [[PottyFailure was still wetting the bed at the age of three]], and she promptly gets cut off by a blushing Brittnay.

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* ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'': In Episode 50, [[AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents Veronica]] mentions that her daughter Brittnay [[PottyFailure [[EmbarrassingDampSheets was still wetting the bed at the age of three]], and she promptly gets cut off by a blushing Brittnay.
23rd Jul '16 2:16:59 PM nombretomado
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* In BowsersKingdom episode 8, Bowser Jr. showed up on a airship, Hal asked where Bowser's 7 other children went. Jeff responds that they are not allowed to talk about it. Cue CutawayGag where the Koopa Kids are maimed in various ways.

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* In BowsersKingdom ''WebAnimation/BowsersKingdom'' episode 8, Bowser Jr. showed up on a airship, Hal asked where Bowser's 7 other children went. Jeff responds that they are not allowed to talk about it. Cue CutawayGag where the Koopa Kids are maimed in various ways.
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