History Quotes / FridgeBrilliance

23rd Nov '15 6:04:24 PM hamonrye
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->''"The argument is that Blofeld’s threat of germ warfare is far more serious than kidnapping spaceships or stealing nukes, and it is--[[RealityIsUnrealistic to a point.]] I do like the idea that Bond faces the threat of engineered sterility just as he gets married, it seems almost fitting."''
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2011/01/10/non-review-review-on-her-majestys-secret-service/#comment-130438 Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService''
4th Aug '15 9:07:26 AM Adept
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->''"The more you think about it, the greater ''MOTHER3'' will become."''
-->--'''ShigesatoItoi'''

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->''"The more you think about it, the greater ''MOTHER3'' ''VideoGame/MOTHER3'' will become."''
-->--'''ShigesatoItoi'''
-->--'''Creator/ShigesatoItoi'''
21st May '15 7:21:08 PM nombretomado
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-->-- [[{{Homestuck}} Dirk Strider]], [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=006758 in this update]].

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-->-- [[{{Homestuck}} [[{{Webcomic/Homestuck}} Dirk Strider]], [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=006758 in this update]].
19th Nov '14 6:18:35 PM johnnyfog
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19th Nov '14 6:18:34 PM johnnyfog
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->''"They could have taken the route of having the X-Files as [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction a respected organisation that deals with genuine cases of alien abduction]] and completely blown the credibility of the series. Something akin to the ''Doctor Who'' spin off ''{{Series/Torchwood}}'' which cannot help but be a hyper camp send up of this show because it takes its claims of ''[='=]outside the government, beyond the police...[='=]'' so seriously [[{{Narm}} you either have to laugh or switch off]]. Instead, Chris Carter dropped Mulder in the basement of the FBI building and had his department (can you really be a department [[OddlySmallOrganization with one office and one worker?]]) scoffed at by all the high flyers that are being promoted to [[BeingGoodSucks bigger and better things]]. It immediately warms the audience both the character and his work because we all love a lost cause, but it also gives the series a firm foot in reality. Despite the evidence that we would see throughout series one, nobody outside of this office believes that these supernatural events actually happen. That’s very important because it allows the average Joe in the televisual audience to connect with this show when they wouldn’t usually bother with science fiction. They are the people that Mulder is trying to convince."''

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->''"They could have taken the route of having the X-Files as [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction a respected organisation that deals with genuine cases of alien abduction]] and completely blown the credibility of the series. Something akin to the ''Doctor Who'' spin off ''{{Series/Torchwood}}'' which cannot help but be [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs a hyper camp send up of this show show]] because it takes its claims of ''[='=]outside the government, beyond the police...[='=]'' so seriously [[{{Narm}} you either have to laugh or switch off]].off. Instead, Chris Carter dropped Mulder in the basement of the FBI building and had his department (can you really be a department [[OddlySmallOrganization with one office and one worker?]]) scoffed at by all the high flyers that are being promoted to [[BeingGoodSucks bigger and better things]]. It immediately warms the audience both the character and his work because we all love a lost cause, but it also gives the series a firm foot in reality. Despite the evidence that we would see throughout series one, nobody outside of this office believes that these supernatural events actually happen. That’s very important because it allows the average Joe in the televisual audience to connect with this show when they wouldn’t usually bother with science fiction. They are the people that Mulder is trying to convince."''
19th Nov '14 6:17:44 PM johnnyfog
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->''"They could have taken the route of having the X-Files as [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction a respected organisation that deals with genuine cases of alien abduction]] and completely blown the credibility of the series. Something akin to the ''Doctor Who'' spin off ''{{Series/Torchwood}}'' which cannot help but be a hyper camp send up of this show because it takes its claims of ''[='=]outside the government, beyond the police...[='=]'' so seriously [[{{Narm}} you either have to laugh or switch off]]. Instead, Chris Carter dropped Mulder in the basement of the FBI building and had his department (can you really be a department [[OddlySmallOrganization with one office and one worker?]]) scoffed at by all the high flyers that are being promoted to [[BeingGoodSucks bigger and better things]]. It immediately warms the audience both the character and his work because we all love a lost cause, but it also gives the series a firm foot in reality. Despite the evidence that we would see throughout series one, nobody outside of this office believes that these supernatural events actually happen. That’s very important because it allows [[ThisLoserIsYou the average Joe]] in the televisual audience to connect with this show when they wouldn’t usually bother with science fiction. They are the people that Mulder is trying to convince."''

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->''"They could have taken the route of having the X-Files as [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction a respected organisation that deals with genuine cases of alien abduction]] and completely blown the credibility of the series. Something akin to the ''Doctor Who'' spin off ''{{Series/Torchwood}}'' which cannot help but be a hyper camp send up of this show because it takes its claims of ''[='=]outside the government, beyond the police...[='=]'' so seriously [[{{Narm}} you either have to laugh or switch off]]. Instead, Chris Carter dropped Mulder in the basement of the FBI building and had his department (can you really be a department [[OddlySmallOrganization with one office and one worker?]]) scoffed at by all the high flyers that are being promoted to [[BeingGoodSucks bigger and better things]]. It immediately warms the audience both the character and his work because we all love a lost cause, but it also gives the series a firm foot in reality. Despite the evidence that we would see throughout series one, nobody outside of this office believes that these supernatural events actually happen. That’s very important because it allows [[ThisLoserIsYou the average Joe]] Joe in the televisual audience to connect with this show when they wouldn’t usually bother with science fiction. They are the people that Mulder is trying to convince."''
19th Nov '14 6:17:32 PM johnnyfog
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->''"They could have taken the route of having the X-Files as [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction a respected organisation that deals with genuine cases of alien abduction]] and completely blown the credibility of the series. Something akin to the ''Doctor Who'' spin off ''{{Series/Torchwood}}'' which cannot help but be a hyper camp send up of this show because it takes its claims of ''[='=]outside the government, beyond the police...[='=]'' so seriously [[{{Narm}} you either have to laugh or switch off]]. Instead, Chris Carter dropped Mulder in the basement of the FBI building and had his department (can you really be a department [[OddlySmallOrganization with one office and one worker?]]) scoffed at by all the high flyers that are being promoted to [[BeingGoodSucks bigger and better things]]. It immediately warms the audience both the character and his work because we all love a lost cause, but it also gives the series a firm foot in reality. Despite the evidence that we would see throughout series one, nobody outside of this office believes that these supernatural events actually happen. That’s very important because it allows the average Joe in the televisual audience to connect with this show when they wouldn’t usually bother with science fiction. They are the people that Mulder is trying to convince."''

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->''"They could have taken the route of having the X-Files as [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction a respected organisation that deals with genuine cases of alien abduction]] and completely blown the credibility of the series. Something akin to the ''Doctor Who'' spin off ''{{Series/Torchwood}}'' which cannot help but be a hyper camp send up of this show because it takes its claims of ''[='=]outside the government, beyond the police...[='=]'' so seriously [[{{Narm}} you either have to laugh or switch off]]. Instead, Chris Carter dropped Mulder in the basement of the FBI building and had his department (can you really be a department [[OddlySmallOrganization with one office and one worker?]]) scoffed at by all the high flyers that are being promoted to [[BeingGoodSucks bigger and better things]]. It immediately warms the audience both the character and his work because we all love a lost cause, but it also gives the series a firm foot in reality. Despite the evidence that we would see throughout series one, nobody outside of this office believes that these supernatural events actually happen. That’s very important because it allows [[ThisLoserIsYou the average Joe Joe]] in the televisual audience to connect with this show when they wouldn’t usually bother with science fiction. They are the people that Mulder is trying to convince."''
19th Nov '14 6:17:14 PM johnnyfog
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!!!Creators



->''"There are two "overworld" themes in ''{{VideoGame/MOTHER}}'': "Pollyanna," which plays when Ninten travels alone, and "Bein' Friends," which plays when he's in a group. When Ninten leaves the graveyard with Pippi, "Bein' Friends" plays for the first time. Once he drops her off and steps out into the street by himself, the tune reverts to the slower, somewhat less cheerful "Pollyanna," contributing an added weight of significance to Ninten's resumed solitude − a weight that would have been absent without this relatively minor detail."''

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->''"There are two "overworld" 'overworld' themes in ''{{VideoGame/MOTHER}}'': "Pollyanna," which plays when Ninten travels alone, and "Bein' Friends," which plays when he's in a group. When Ninten leaves the graveyard with Pippi, "Bein' Friends" plays for the first time. Once he drops her off and steps out into the street by himself, the tune reverts to the slower, somewhat less cheerful "Pollyanna," contributing an added weight of significance to Ninten's resumed solitude − a weight that would have been absent without this relatively minor detail."''


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->''"They could have taken the route of having the X-Files as [[GovernmentAgencyOfFiction a respected organisation that deals with genuine cases of alien abduction]] and completely blown the credibility of the series. Something akin to the ''Doctor Who'' spin off ''{{Series/Torchwood}}'' which cannot help but be a hyper camp send up of this show because it takes its claims of ''[='=]outside the government, beyond the police...[='=]'' so seriously [[{{Narm}} you either have to laugh or switch off]]. Instead, Chris Carter dropped Mulder in the basement of the FBI building and had his department (can you really be a department [[OddlySmallOrganization with one office and one worker?]]) scoffed at by all the high flyers that are being promoted to [[BeingGoodSucks bigger and better things]]. It immediately warms the audience both the character and his work because we all love a lost cause, but it also gives the series a firm foot in reality. Despite the evidence that we would see throughout series one, nobody outside of this office believes that these supernatural events actually happen. That’s very important because it allows the average Joe in the televisual audience to connect with this show when they wouldn’t usually bother with science fiction. They are the people that Mulder is trying to convince."''
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/x-files-season-one.html Doc Oho]]''' on ''Series/TheXFiles'', "Pilot"
1st Jul '14 11:01:57 AM SeptimusHeap
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-->--'''[[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/forums/jump/6.352313.13971136 Lawlwhat]]''', on [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/jimquisition/5413-Mass-Effect-3-A-Gay-Erotic-Love-Story this]] ''{{Jimquisition}}'' episode

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-->--'''[[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/forums/jump/6.352313.13971136 Lawlwhat]]''', on [[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/jimquisition/5413-Mass-Effect-3-A-Gay-Erotic-Love-Story this]] ''{{Jimquisition}}'' ''WebVideo/{{Jimquisition}}'' episode
26th Jun '14 5:40:29 PM johnnyfog
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-->-'''ShigesatoItoi'''

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-->-'''ShigesatoItoi'''
-->--'''ShigesatoItoi'''


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->''"Chun-Li has been dressed in a Player-2 Palette Swap of her video game outfit (or, you know, close enough), and starts recounting her origin story while Bison walks in and changes behind a screen, next to a hatrack featuring his Evil Dictator chapeau in various style. All the different-colored hats and Chun-Li’s outfit seem to be very clear nods to {{palette swap}}ping and how prevalent it was in fighting games of the time. If only anything else in the movie similarly seemed to wink at video-game-savvy viewers."''
-->--'''Chris Sims''' and '''Matt Wilson''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/street-fighter-movie-review-raul-julia/ on]] ''Film/StreetFighter''
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