History PrecisionFStrike / LiveActionTV

17th Oct '17 5:43:08 AM Cindylover1969
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* Cadet Tilly aupplies the first ever canonical use of the F-word in English in ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery'''s "[[Recap/StarTrekDiscoveryS1E05ChooseYourPain Choose Your Pain]]": "You guys, this is so fucking cool! ({{Beat}}) I'm so sorry." Stamets replies "No, cadet. It ''is'' fucking cool."

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* Cadet Tilly aupplies supplies the first ever canonical use of the F-word in English in ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery'''s "[[Recap/StarTrekDiscoveryS1E05ChooseYourPain Choose Your Pain]]": "You guys, this is so fucking cool! ({{Beat}}) I'm so sorry." Stamets replies "No, cadet. It ''is'' fucking cool."
17th Oct '17 5:40:09 AM Cindylover1969
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* Cadet Tilly aupplies ''Star Trek'''s first ever canonical use of the F-word in English in ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery'''s "[[Recap/StarTrekDiscoveryS1E05ChooseYourPain Choose Your Pain]]": "You guys, this is so fucking cool! ({{Beat}}) I'm so sorry." Stamets replies "No, cadet. It ''is'' fucking cool."

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* Cadet Tilly aupplies ''Star Trek'''s the first ever canonical use of the F-word in English in ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery'''s "[[Recap/StarTrekDiscoveryS1E05ChooseYourPain Choose Your Pain]]": "You guys, this is so fucking cool! ({{Beat}}) I'm so sorry." Stamets replies "No, cadet. It ''is'' fucking cool."
17th Oct '17 5:38:21 AM Cindylover1969
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* Cadet Tilly aupplies ''Star Trek'''s first ever canonical use of the F-word in English in ''Series/StarTrekDiscovery'''s "[[Recap/StarTrekDiscoveryS1E05ChooseYourPain Choose Your Pain]]": "You guys, this is so fucking cool! ({{Beat}}) I'm so sorry." Stamets replies "No, cadet. It ''is'' fucking cool."
3rd Oct '17 3:48:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* There's this Belgian game show, ''Blokken,'' that's been on the air for 18 seasons now. It's trivia combined with {{Tetris}}. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ywMEu_-pic Here's a clip from a celebrity edition.]] Most of it's in Dutch, but at about 2:10 in, the guy in the yellow shirt (Regi Penxten, a DJ and record producer - and in fact, the guy who wrote the theme song the show was using at the time) says to his opponent (in [[GratuitousEnglish English]]), "Bart... shut fuck up." (Yes, that's exactly how he said it.)

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* There's this Belgian game show, ''Blokken,'' that's been on the air for 18 seasons now. It's trivia combined with {{Tetris}}.VideoGame/{{Tetris}}. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ywMEu_-pic Here's a clip from a celebrity edition.]] Most of it's in Dutch, but at about 2:10 in, the guy in the yellow shirt (Regi Penxten, a DJ and record producer - and in fact, the guy who wrote the theme song the show was using at the time) says to his opponent (in [[GratuitousEnglish English]]), "Bart... shut fuck up." (Yes, that's exactly how he said it.)
17th Sep '17 7:14:26 AM ClatoLawa
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* THAT two-part episode of "Good Times" which spawned one of the most classic meme-inducing strikes of all time. During the funeral for her husband and patriarch James Evans who was shockingly killed in an off-screen car crash, wife Florida is surprisingly and disturbingly reserved and even jovial. This behavior profoundly disturbs her children, who note that their mother hasn't even cried since receiving the tragic news of James's death. This behavior persists until the end of the episode, where Florida is cleaning up after the departure of the party guests, and we see some cracks in her stoic resolve when she angrily rebuffs her children's offers to help. Florida comes across a flower left in her husband's memory, then becomes visibly saddened and shaken, and finally picks up a punch bowl, only to shatter it upon the ground and scream to the heavens the immortal "DAMN, DAMN, DAAAMMNNN!!", breaking down and finally crying as her children rush to hug and comfort her, sharing their collective grief.

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* THAT two-part episode of "Good Times" which spawned one of the most classic meme-inducing strikes of all time. During the funeral for her husband and patriarch James Evans who was shockingly killed in an off-screen car crash, wife Florida is surprisingly and disturbingly reserved and even jovial. This behavior profoundly disturbs her children, who note that their mother hasn't even cried since receiving the tragic news of James's death. This behavior persists until the end of the episode, where Florida is cleaning up after the departure of the party guests, and we see some cracks in her stoic resolve when she angrily rebuffs her children's offers to help. Florida comes across a flower left in her husband's memory, then becomes visibly saddened and shaken, and finally picks up a punch bowl, only to shatter it upon the ground and scream to the heavens the immortal "DAMN, DAMN, DAAAMMNNN!!", breaking down and finally crying as her children rush to hug and comfort her, sharing their collective grief.grief.
* From ''Series/AllSaints'':
-->'''Frank''': If you ever use your influence with your previous employees to white-ant me again, you will never work in Emergency. Can I make it any fucking clearer?
3rd Sep '17 8:43:27 PM Hazzenkockle
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---> '''Daggair:''' Petulant, isn't she? Oh, well, "breeding will tell."\\
'''Timov:''' A bitch like you ''would'' know about breeding.



'''Kosh''' Disobedient!\\
'''Sheridan''' Up yours!

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'''Kosh''' '''Kosh:''' Disobedient!\\
'''Sheridan''' '''Sheridan:''' Up yours!
10th Aug '17 2:16:31 AM TimeLordVictorious
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* ''Series/ImpracticalJokers''' Murr does this under direction at a shoe store, and the customer rebuts in kind:

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* ''Series/ImpracticalJokers''' ''Series/ImpracticalJokers'':
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Murr does this under direction at a shoe store, and the customer rebuts in kind:


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** Sal pulls off an ''epic'' one when he forced to ask [[spoiler: "Who wants a good old-fashioned fucking?" in front of a group of seniors.]]
25th Jun '17 6:15:54 AM Overfiend
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-->'''Amos''': We're pretty much fucked.

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-->'''Amos''': We're pretty much fucked.fucked.
* THAT two-part episode of "Good Times" which spawned one of the most classic meme-inducing strikes of all time. During the funeral for her husband and patriarch James Evans who was shockingly killed in an off-screen car crash, wife Florida is surprisingly and disturbingly reserved and even jovial. This behavior profoundly disturbs her children, who note that their mother hasn't even cried since receiving the tragic news of James's death. This behavior persists until the end of the episode, where Florida is cleaning up after the departure of the party guests, and we see some cracks in her stoic resolve when she angrily rebuffs her children's offers to help. Florida comes across a flower left in her husband's memory, then becomes visibly saddened and shaken, and finally picks up a punch bowl, only to shatter it upon the ground and scream to the heavens the immortal "DAMN, DAMN, DAAAMMNNN!!", breaking down and finally crying as her children rush to hug and comfort her, sharing their collective grief.
24th May '17 8:53:25 AM ZimFan89
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-->"And I can do it, because I'm the ''fucking'' hero who saved Mother Earth from the cataclysm ''they'' unleashed!"

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-->"And I can do it, because I'm the ''fucking'' hero who saved Mother Earth from the cataclysm ''they'' unleashed!"unleashed!"
** In "Caliban's War", when the crew of the ''Rocinante'' realize that the [[SuperSoldier protomolecule soldier]] is trying to get through to their reactor:
-->'''Alex''': If it breaks through the bulkhead-
-->'''Amos''': We're pretty much fucked.
16th May '17 12:03:01 PM Morgenthaler
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** ''Series/InTheLoop'' features an awesome Precision ''C'' Strike in the midst of a ClusterFBomb:

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** ''Series/InTheLoop'' ''Film/InTheLoop'' features an awesome Precision ''C'' Strike in the midst of a ClusterFBomb:
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