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10th Jun '15 11:04:11 AM StFan
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->If anybody where to tell me that the showrunner of the new series would take a character who is basically a giant head pickled in a jar and over the course of three stories he would become one of the central figures of the series and one whose death would have me [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS3E3Gridlock}} reaching from the hankies]] I would probably have laughed in your face.
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-end-of-world-written-by-russell-t.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS1E2TheEndOfTheWorld}} ""The End of the World"]]

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->If anybody where to tell me that the showrunner of the new series would take a character who is basically a giant head pickled in a jar and over the course of three stories he would become one of the central figures of the series and one whose death would have me [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS3E3Gridlock}} [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E3Gridlock reaching from the hankies]] I would probably have laughed in your face.
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-end-of-world-written-by-russell-t.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS1E2TheEndOfTheWorld}} ""The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E2TheEndOfTheWorld "The End of the World"]]
3rd Apr '15 8:27:41 AM johnnyfog
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->''"We took silhouettes and gave them an episode."''

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->''"We ->We took silhouettes and gave them an episode."''



->''"If anybody where to tell me that the showrunner of the new series would take a character who is basically a giant head pickled in a jar and over the course of three stories he would become one of the central figures of the series and one whose death would have me [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS3E3Gridlock}} reaching from the hankies]] I would probably have laughed in your face."''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-end-of-world-written-by-russell-t.html Doc Oho]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS1E2TheEndOfTheWorld}} ""The End of the World"]]

->''"Up until a year ago, I had seen maybe three episodes of [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]. Back when the idea for the show was first announced, I clearly remember making fun of it with a college buddy of mine. We were under the misguided impression that because the recurring [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]] character Chief Miles O'Brien was moving to a new show meant the spin-off would be about him, i.e., it would be ''Star Trek: The Chief O'Brien Comedy Hour.''"''
->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth'''''

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->''"If ->If anybody where to tell me that the showrunner of the new series would take a character who is basically a giant head pickled in a jar and over the course of three stories he would become one of the central figures of the series and one whose death would have me [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS3E3Gridlock}} reaching from the hankies]] I would probably have laughed in your face."''
face.
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-end-of-world-written-by-russell-t.html Doc Oho]]''' Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS1E2TheEndOfTheWorld}} ""The End of the World"]]

->''"Up ->Up until a year ago, I had seen maybe three episodes of [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]. Back when the idea for the show was first announced, I clearly remember making fun of it with a college buddy of mine. We were under the misguided impression that because the recurring [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]] character Chief Miles O'Brien was moving to a new show meant the spin-off would be about him, i.e., it would be ''Star Trek: The Chief O'Brien Comedy Hour.''"''
->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth'''''
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-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth'''''

->Hereís my prediction for ''Series/FullerHouse'': Kimmy Gibbler is the richest person in San Francisco who made her fortune from reinventing the scrunchie. She bought the Tannerís house and let them all move back in because she felt sorry for their broke asses...Michelle died, but her ghost still haunts the Tanner house. If the [[Creator/MaryKateAndAshleyOlsen Olsens]] guest star, this the only way to explain their current day appearance.
-->--'''[[http://dlisted.com/2015/04/02/it-only-took-20-years-kimmy-gibbler-is-finally-getting-her-own-show/ Michael K.]]''', "It Only Took 20 Years: Kimmy Gibbler Is FINALLY Getting Her Own Show!"
24th Sep '14 7:31:00 PM johnnyfog
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->--'''Doc Hammer''', on the characters Dragoon and Red Mantle in ''TheVentureBros''

->''"I always imagined that [[NicholasCourtney Lethbridge-Stewart's]] introduction would be met with some kind of fanfare given the important role he would go on to play in the series. Thinking about this logically for a moment...why would that be the case at all? He wasn't designed to be a series regular, this was just a one shot character that worked out really well, they decided to bring back and became woven into the fabric of the series. In fact he is dumped in the middle of this story without ceremony and treated as a figure of suspicion for a while. If nobody can trust anybody, who the hell is this bossy Colonel who has appeared out of the darkness from nowhere? I like that approach, it might just be the most interesting use of the character in his entire run."''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-web-of-fear-written-by-mervyn.html Doc Oho]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebofFear}} "The Web of Fear"]]

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->--'''Doc -->--'''Doc Hammer''', on the characters Dragoon and Red Mantle in ''TheVentureBros''

->''"I always imagined ->''"If anybody where to tell me that [[NicholasCourtney Lethbridge-Stewart's]] introduction would be met with some kind of fanfare given the important role he would go on to play in showrunner of the series. Thinking about this logically for a moment...why would that be the case at all? He wasn't designed to be a new series regular, this was just would take a one shot character that worked out really well, they decided to bring back who is basically a giant head pickled in a jar and became woven into over the fabric course of three stories he would become one of the series. In fact he is dumped in the middle of this story without ceremony and treated as a figure of suspicion for a while. If nobody can trust anybody, who the hell is this bossy Colonel who has appeared out central figures of the darkness series and one whose death would have me [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS3E3Gridlock}} reaching from nowhere? I like that approach, it might just be the most interesting use of the character hankies]] I would probably have laughed in his entire run.your face."''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-web-of-fear-written-by-mervyn.com/2014/01/the-end-of-world-written-by-russell-t.html Doc Oho]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebofFear}} "The Web [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoNSS1E2TheEndOfTheWorld}} ""The End of Fear"]]
the World"]]
14th Sep '14 8:50:11 AM johnnyfog
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->''"Tom [=DeFaclo's=] mention of {{ComicBook/Thor}} and Thunderstrike brings back memories of a major trend (some would call it an [[CashCowFranchise epidemic]]) that was going on at {{Marvel}} at that time - namely, taking an established character and creating a "spin-off" version of that character. This spin-off would be very similar to the original character, yet different enough to justify its own existence and, hopefully, its own ongoing title. In addition to Thunderstrike being spun off from Thor, the [=USAgent=] was spun off from ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/WarMachine was spun off from ComicBook/IronMan, and the Fantastic Force was spun off from the ComicBook/FantasticFour. So from a business standpoint, it made a certain degree of sense to try to do the same thing with Spider-Man. But creatively? Well, all I'll say is that THOR, CAPTAIN AMERICA, IRON MAN, and FANTASTIC FOUR are still being published to this day, and all of the spin-off characters are either [[KilledOffForReal dead]], [[LongBusTrip in limbo]], or limited strictly to infrequent guest appearances."''
->--'''Editor/Writer Glenn Greenberg''' on ''ComicBook/TheCloneSaga''
14th Sep '14 8:49:48 AM johnnyfog
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->'''Q:''' Do I know you?\\
'''O'Brien:''' O'Brien. From the ''Enterprise''.\\
'''Q:''' Enterprise...oh, yes. Weren't you one of [[SpearCarrier the little people?]]
->-- ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', "Q-Less"

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->'''Q:''' Do I know you?\\
'''O'Brien:''' O'Brien. From
->''"We took silhouettes and gave them an episode."''
->--'''Doc Hammer''', on
the ''Enterprise''.\\
'''Q:''' Enterprise...oh, yes. Weren't you one of [[SpearCarrier the little people?]]
->-- ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', "Q-Less"
characters Dragoon and Red Mantle in ''TheVentureBros''



->''"I always imagined that [[NicholasCourtney Lethbridge-Stewart's]] introduction would be met with some kind of fanfare given the important role he would go on to play in the series. Thinking about this logically for a moment...why would that be the case at all? He wasn't designed to be a series regular, this was just a one shot character that worked out really well, they decided to bring back and became woven into the fabric of the series. In fact he is dumped in the middle of this story without ceremony and treated as a figure of suspicion for a while. If nobody can trust anybody, who the hell is this bossy Colonel who has appeared out of the darkness from nowhere? I like that approach, it might just be the most interesting use of the character in his entire run."''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-web-of-fear-written-by-mervyn.html Doc Oho]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS5E5TheWebofFear}} "The Web of Fear"]]




->''"We took silhouettes and gave them an episode."''
->--'''Doc Hammer''', on the characters Dragoon and Red Mantle in ''TheVentureBros''
19th May '14 3:29:25 AM Totema
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->''"We took silhouettes and gave them an episode."''
->--'''Doc Hammer''', on the characters Dragoon and Red Mantle in ''TheVentureBros''
31st Mar '14 6:29:42 AM LongLiveHumour
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->''"Tom [=DeFaclo's=] mention of {{ComicBook/Thor}} and Thunderstrike brings back memories of a major trend (some would call it an [[CashCowFranchise epidemic]]) that was going on at {{Marvel}} at that time - namely, taking an established character and creating a "spin-off" version of that character. This spin-off would be very similar to the original character, yet different enough to justify its own existence and, hopefully, its own ongoing title. In addition to Thunderstrike being spun off from Thor, the [=USAgent=] was spun off from CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/WarMachine was spun off from IronMan, and the Fantastic Force was spun off from the FantasticFour. So from a business standpoint, it made a certain degree of sense to try to do the same thing with Spider-Man. But creatively? Well, all I'll say is that THOR, CAPTAIN AMERICA, IRON MAN, and FANTASTIC FOUR are still being published to this day, and all of the spin-off characters are either [[KilledOffForReal dead]], [[LongBusTrip in limbo]], or limited strictly to infrequent guest appearances."''

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->''"Tom [=DeFaclo's=] mention of {{ComicBook/Thor}} and Thunderstrike brings back memories of a major trend (some would call it an [[CashCowFranchise epidemic]]) that was going on at {{Marvel}} at that time - namely, taking an established character and creating a "spin-off" version of that character. This spin-off would be very similar to the original character, yet different enough to justify its own existence and, hopefully, its own ongoing title. In addition to Thunderstrike being spun off from Thor, the [=USAgent=] was spun off from CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/WarMachine was spun off from IronMan, ComicBook/IronMan, and the Fantastic Force was spun off from the FantasticFour.ComicBook/FantasticFour. So from a business standpoint, it made a certain degree of sense to try to do the same thing with Spider-Man. But creatively? Well, all I'll say is that THOR, CAPTAIN AMERICA, IRON MAN, and FANTASTIC FOUR are still being published to this day, and all of the spin-off characters are either [[KilledOffForReal dead]], [[LongBusTrip in limbo]], or limited strictly to infrequent guest appearances."''
17th Feb '14 7:45:56 PM johnnyfog
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->''"Tom [=DeFaclo's=] mention of {{ComicBook/Thor}} and Thunderstrike brings back memories of a major trend (some would call it an [[CashCowFranchise epidemic]]) that was going on at {{Marvel}} at that time - namely, taking an established character and creating a "spin-off" version of that character. This spin-off would be very similar to the original character, yet different enough to justify its own existence and, hopefully, its own ongoing title. In addition to Thunderstrike being spun off from Thor, the [=USAgent=] was spun off from CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/WarMachine was spun off from IronMan, and the Fantastic Force was spun off from the FantasticFour. So from a business standpoint, it made a certain degree of sense to try to do the same thing with Spider-Man. But creatively? Well, all I'll say is that THOR, CAPTAIN AMERICA, IRON MAN, and FANTASTIC FOUR are still being published to this day, and all of the spin-off characters are either [[KilledOffForReal dead]], [[PutOnABus in limbo]], or limited strictly to infrequent guest appearances."''

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->''"Tom [=DeFaclo's=] mention of {{ComicBook/Thor}} and Thunderstrike brings back memories of a major trend (some would call it an [[CashCowFranchise epidemic]]) that was going on at {{Marvel}} at that time - namely, taking an established character and creating a "spin-off" version of that character. This spin-off would be very similar to the original character, yet different enough to justify its own existence and, hopefully, its own ongoing title. In addition to Thunderstrike being spun off from Thor, the [=USAgent=] was spun off from CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/WarMachine was spun off from IronMan, and the Fantastic Force was spun off from the FantasticFour. So from a business standpoint, it made a certain degree of sense to try to do the same thing with Spider-Man. But creatively? Well, all I'll say is that THOR, CAPTAIN AMERICA, IRON MAN, and FANTASTIC FOUR are still being published to this day, and all of the spin-off characters are either [[KilledOffForReal dead]], [[PutOnABus [[LongBusTrip in limbo]], or limited strictly to infrequent guest appearances."''
17th Feb '14 7:44:30 PM johnnyfog
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->''"Tom [=DeFaclo's=] mention of {{ComicBook/Thor}} and Thunderstrike brings back memories of a major trend (some would call it an [[CashCowFranchise epidemic]]) that was going on at {{Marvel}} at that time - namely, taking an established character and creating a "spin-off" version of that character. This spin-off would be very similar to the original character, yet different enough to justify its own existence and, hopefully, its own ongoing title. In addition to Thunderstrike being spun off from Thor, the [=USAgent=] was spun off from CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/WarMachine was spun off from IronMan, and the Fantastic Force was spun off from the FantasticFour. So from a business standpoint, it made a certain degree of sense to try to do the same thing with Spider-Man. But creatively? Well, all I'll say is that THOR, CAPTAIN AMERICA, IRON MAN, and FANTASTIC FOUR are still being published to this day, and all of the spin-off characters are either dead, in limbo, or limited strictly to infrequent guest appearances."''

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->''"Tom [=DeFaclo's=] mention of {{ComicBook/Thor}} and Thunderstrike brings back memories of a major trend (some would call it an [[CashCowFranchise epidemic]]) that was going on at {{Marvel}} at that time - namely, taking an established character and creating a "spin-off" version of that character. This spin-off would be very similar to the original character, yet different enough to justify its own existence and, hopefully, its own ongoing title. In addition to Thunderstrike being spun off from Thor, the [=USAgent=] was spun off from CaptainAmerica, ComicBook/WarMachine was spun off from IronMan, and the Fantastic Force was spun off from the FantasticFour. So from a business standpoint, it made a certain degree of sense to try to do the same thing with Spider-Man. But creatively? Well, all I'll say is that THOR, CAPTAIN AMERICA, IRON MAN, and FANTASTIC FOUR are still being published to this day, and all of the spin-off characters are either dead, [[KilledOffForReal dead]], [[PutOnABus in limbo, limbo]], or limited strictly to infrequent guest appearances."''
17th Feb '14 6:49:46 PM johnnyfog
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-->'''Q:''' Do I know you?\\

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-->'''Q:''' ->'''Q:''' Do I know you?\\



-->-- ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', "Q-Less"

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-->-- ->-- ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', "Q-Less"



-->--'''Editor/Writer Glenn Greenberg''' on ''ComicBook/TheCloneSaga''

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-->--'''Editor/Writer ->--'''Editor/Writer Glenn Greenberg''' on ''ComicBook/TheCloneSaga''



-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth'''''

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-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth'''''->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth'''''
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