History Quotes / NegativeContinuity

22nd Jun '16 2:52:13 AM ForEveryRealX
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And then, within a few years, they discover a new continent. [[VideoGame/TheLEgendOfZeldaSkywardSword Guess what they call it.]]"''
-->-- '''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qAjK7wd5QE Matthewmatosis]]'''

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And then, within a few years, they discover a new continent. [[VideoGame/TheLEgendOfZeldaSkywardSword [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSpiritTracks Guess what they call it.]]"''
-->-- '''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qAjK7wd5QE '''[[https://youtu.be/7qAjK7wd5QE?t=40m44s Matthewmatosis]]'''
18th May '16 1:49:08 PM Orbiting
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->If this were a ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' episode, you could have headed back into the series' rich mythology and shown how these characters have changed over the years, but unfortunately the crew of ''Voyager'' look and act exactly the same way now as they did in ''Caretaker''...It doesnít help that the former Maquis commander is the dullest character to have emerged from this series and plods through history with about as much personality as a [[TheGenericGuy mouldy old carrot]].
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/voyager-season-seven.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Shattered"

->Now, I must confess that Iíve done this sort of thing before, getting bored with how a show was playing out, ending a match without warning, then moving on to something completely different and pretending that the preceding events never happened. Of course, I was eight years old at the time and my 'promotion' was made up of Hasbro WWF figures [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny and Ninja Turtles]], which meant that I was only disappointing an audience of one.
-->--'''''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}''''', [[http://www.wrestlecrap.com/inductions/the-wwe-walkout/ "The WWE Walkout"]]

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->The closest thing to opening up ''[[Videogame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' is the founding of Hyrule. But there was people living there ''before'', and considering how little Nintendo cares about the timeline, those people probably called it Hyrule to begin with.\\\

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->If
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->''"If
this were a ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' episode, you could have headed back into the series' rich mythology and shown how these characters have changed over the years, but unfortunately the crew of ''Voyager'' look and act exactly the same way now as they did in ''Caretaker''...It doesnít help that the former Maquis commander is the dullest character to have emerged from this series and plods through history with about as much personality as a [[TheGenericGuy mouldy old carrot]].
-->--'''[[http://docohobigfinish.
carrot]]."''
-->-- '''[[http://docohobigfinish.
blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/voyager-season-seven.html Joe Ford]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', "Shattered"

->Now,
''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' ("Shattered")

->''"Now,
I must confess that Iíve done this sort of thing before, getting bored with how a show was playing out, ending a match without warning, then moving on to something completely different and pretending that the preceding events never happened. Of course, I was eight years old at the time and my 'promotion' was made up of Hasbro WWF figures [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny and Ninja Turtles]], which meant that I was only disappointing an audience of one.
-->--'''''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}''''',
one."''
-->-- ''{{Website/Wrestlecrap}}'',
[[http://www.wrestlecrap.com/inductions/the-wwe-walkout/ "The WWE Walkout"]]

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->The
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->''"The
closest thing to opening up ''[[Videogame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' is the founding of Hyrule. But there was people living there ''before'', and considering how little Nintendo cares about the timeline, those people probably called it Hyrule to begin with.\\\



And then, within a few years, they discover a new continent. [[VideoGame/TheLEgendOfZeldaSkywardSword Guess what they call it.]]
-->--'''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qAjK7wd5QE Matthewmatosis]]'''

->It's kinda funny; it doesn't even take weeks to contradict themselves. It's immediate. Abyss breaking a board and then 5 min later--not even a ''commercial'' break later--he's [[HyperspaceArsenal got a new stick]]. He's got spares, I dunno. He must have a golf bag full of these things.
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74DmENyMaAw#t=2650s on]] ''{{Wrestling/TNA}} [=iMPACT=]'' 8.26.10

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->There is no continuity, there is only Insano.

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And then, within a few years, they discover a new continent. [[VideoGame/TheLEgendOfZeldaSkywardSword Guess what they call it.]]
-->--'''[[https://www.
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-->-- '''[[https://www.
youtube.com/watch?v=7qAjK7wd5QE Matthewmatosis]]'''

->It's ->''"It's kinda funny; it doesn't even take weeks to contradict themselves. It's immediate. Abyss breaking a board and then 5 min later--not even a ''commercial'' break later--he's [[HyperspaceArsenal got a new stick]]. He's got spares, I dunno. He must have a golf bag full of these things.
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment
things."''
-->-- '''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment
Noah Antwiler]]''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74DmENyMaAw#t=2650s on]] ''{{Wrestling/TNA}} [=iMPACT=]'' 8.26.10

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->There
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->''"There
is no continuity, there is only Insano."''



->If something explodes in one episode, in the next episode, it is rebuilt, it is beautiful, right where it used to be, with no indication that it ever exploded.

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->If ->''"If something explodes in one episode, in the next episode, it is rebuilt, it is beautiful, right where it used to be, with no indication that it ever exploded."''



->Very little on ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' can be considered canon. If you try to find continuity on this show you'll drive yourself nuts. The only thing that's consistent is we try to make the show [[RapidFireComedy as funny as possible]]. And we'd never let a little thing like continuity get in the way of that.

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->Very ->''"Very little on ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' can be considered canon. If you try to find continuity on this show you'll drive yourself nuts. The only thing that's consistent is we try to make the show [[RapidFireComedy as funny as possible]]. And we'd never let a little thing like continuity get in the way of that."''
13th Jan '16 4:19:05 PM nombretomado
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-->-- [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony's]] "explanation" of Doctor Insano's MultipleChoicePast.

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-->-- [[TheSpoonyExperiment [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony's]] "explanation" of Doctor Insano's MultipleChoicePast.
26th Sep '15 8:39:48 AM hamonrye
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->Now, I must confess that Iíve done this sort of thing before, getting bored with how a show was playing out, ending a match without warning, then moving on to something completely different and pretending that the preceding events never happened. Of course, I was eight years old at the time and my 'promotion' was made up of Hasbro WWF figures and Ninja Turtles, which meant that I was only disappointing an audience of one.

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->Now, I must confess that Iíve done this sort of thing before, getting bored with how a show was playing out, ending a match without warning, then moving on to something completely different and pretending that the preceding events never happened. Of course, I was eight years old at the time and my 'promotion' was made up of Hasbro WWF figures [[UltimateShowdownOfUltimateDestiny and Ninja Turtles, Turtles]], which meant that I was only disappointing an audience of one.
26th Sep '15 8:30:12 AM hamonrye
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!!!Fiction
->'''Stan:''' Cartman, you dumbass! That's not how it happened!\\
'''Kyle:''' Yeah, dude! Kenny just died eight hours ago from that monster; how could he have died ''back then'' too?\\
'''Cartman:''' [[LampshadeHanging Huh, I guess that ''doesn't'' make any sense...]]
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''

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!!!Fiction
->'''Stan:''' Cartman, you dumbass! That's not how it happened!\\
'''Kyle:''' Yeah, dude! Kenny just died eight hours ago from that monster; how could he have died ''back then'' too?\\
'''Cartman:''' [[LampshadeHanging Huh, I guess that ''doesn't'' make any sense...]]
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''
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->'''Stan:''' Cartman, you dumbass! That's not how it happened!\\
'''Kyle:''' Yeah, dude! Kenny just died eight hours ago from that monster; how could he have died ''back then'' too?\\
'''Cartman:''' [[LampshadeHanging Huh, I guess that ''doesn't'' make any sense...]]
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''



->There is no continuity, there is only Insano.
-->-- [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony's]] "explanation" of Doctor Insano's MultipleChoicePast.

!!!Creators
->If something explodes in one episode, in the next episode, it is rebuilt, it is beautiful, right where it used to be, with no indication that it ever exploded.
-->-- '''Alex Hirsch''' tell it like it is[[note]]While Hirsch has worked on shows with this trope, his own series ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' utilizes a MythArc.[[/note]]

->Very little on ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' can be considered canon. If you try to find continuity on this show you'll drive yourself nuts. The only thing that's consistent is we try to make the show [[RapidFireComedy as funny as possible]]. And we'd never let a little thing like continuity get in the way of that.
-->-- '''Bill Freiberger''', Executive Producer

!!!Reviews
->If this were a ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' episode, you could have headed back into the series' rich mythology and shown how these characters have changed over the years, but unfortunately the crew of ''Voyager'' (pretty much) [[StaticCharacter look and act exactly the same way now]] as they did in Caretaker and so it only serves to point how little development this show has afforded its cast...It doesnít help that the former Maquis commander is the dullest character to have emerged from this series and plods through history with about as much personality as a [[TheGenericGuy mouldy old carrot]].

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->There is no continuity, there is only Insano.
-->-- [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony's]] "explanation" of Doctor Insano's MultipleChoicePast.

!!!Creators
->If something explodes in one episode, in the next episode, it is rebuilt, it is beautiful, right where it used to be, with no indication that it ever exploded.
-->-- '''Alex Hirsch''' tell it like it is[[note]]While Hirsch has worked on shows with this trope, his own series ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' utilizes a MythArc.[[/note]]

->Very little on ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' can be considered canon. If you try to find continuity on this show you'll drive yourself nuts. The only thing that's consistent is we try to make the show [[RapidFireComedy as funny as possible]]. And we'd never let a little thing like continuity get in the way of that.
-->-- '''Bill Freiberger''', Executive Producer

!!!Reviews
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->If this were a ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' episode, you could have headed back into the series' rich mythology and shown how these characters have changed over the years, but unfortunately the crew of ''Voyager'' (pretty much) [[StaticCharacter look and act exactly the same way now]] now as they did in Caretaker and so it only serves to point how little development this show has afforded its cast...''Caretaker''...It doesnít help that the former Maquis commander is the dullest character to have emerged from this series and plods through history with about as much personality as a [[TheGenericGuy mouldy old carrot]].



->Speaking of detail...Didn't Lois have [[HollywoodHealing a broken arm]] last week? And wasn't Watchtower torn to pieces? ([[InfiniteSupplies again?]]) How much time has passed between these two episodes? Or does it just not matter because ''Smallville'' is too awesome for logical continuity.
-->--'''[[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville10-ep11 Julian Finn]]''' on ''{{Series/Smallville}}'', "Icarus"

->Two weeks ago, Clark punched Lex. One week ago, Lex tortured his friend nearly to death and [[KickTheDog killed all the fish in the lake.]] Now, they're hunky-dory again, with one line.''\\\
'Lex, I know [[{{Understatement}} things haven't been easy between us lately]], but please, help!'\\\
''Lex doesn't say'', 'Uh, you beat the crap out of me a little while back, you're researching a book that's being written to tear my company down, and now you're accusing me of [[ARareSentence creating a vampire sorority.]]'\\\
''He simply says'', 'Oh, hey Clark. Here's [[DeusExMachina the ready-made antidote I haven't been using for a long time for no apparent reason]]. Just stab it into her chest and she'll be fine. By the way, [[KryptoniteIsEverywhere it only works around Kryptonite]]. Convenient, huh?'\\\
''Clark, clutching at the table. ''[='=]Excuse me...must have...drank...Lex-lax...er...ex-lax.[='=]''\\\
Lex: ''[='=]You're a Kryptonian, aren't you?[='=]''\\\
Clark: ''[='=]Oh, no! Seriously...[[IHaveToIronMyDog just some bad...picadillo, hombre. I gotta, er]]...YOINK![='=]''
-->--'''Neal Bailey''' [[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville5-ep05 on]] ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' ("Thirst")



->It's kinda funny; it doesn't even take weeks to contradict themselves. It's immediate. They will say a fact, they say something and establish a ground rule, and then ''five minutes'' later break that rule. Or Abyss breaking a board and then 5 min later--not even a ''commercial'' break later--he's [[InfiniteSupplies got a new stick]]. He's got spares, I dunno. He must have a golf bag full of these things.

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->The closest thing to opening up ''[[Videogame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]]'' is the founding of Hyrule. But there was people living there ''before'', and considering how little Nintendo cares about the timeline, those people probably called it Hyrule to begin with.\\\
That's sounds incredibly stupid doesn't it? That's probably what you're thinking. That ''would'' be incredibly stupid. It would '''almost''' be as incredibly stupid as the King of Hyrule passionately telling the children at the end of ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker The Wind Waker]]'' that their new land won't be called Hyrule, because he wanted the past washed away.\\\
And then, within a few years, they discover a new continent. [[VideoGame/TheLEgendOfZeldaSkywardSword Guess what they call it.]]
-->--'''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qAjK7wd5QE Matthewmatosis]]'''

->It's kinda funny; it doesn't even take weeks to contradict themselves. It's immediate. They will say a fact, they say something and establish a ground rule, and then ''five minutes'' later break that rule. Or Abyss breaking a board and then 5 min later--not even a ''commercial'' break later--he's [[InfiniteSupplies [[HyperspaceArsenal got a new stick]]. He's got spares, I dunno. He must have a golf bag full of these things.


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->There is no continuity, there is only Insano.
-->-- [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony's]] "explanation" of Doctor Insano's MultipleChoicePast.

->If something explodes in one episode, in the next episode, it is rebuilt, it is beautiful, right where it used to be, with no indication that it ever exploded.
-->-- '''Alex Hirsch''' tell it like it is[[note]]While Hirsch has worked on shows with this trope, his own series ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' utilizes a MythArc.[[/note]]

->Very little on ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' can be considered canon. If you try to find continuity on this show you'll drive yourself nuts. The only thing that's consistent is we try to make the show [[RapidFireComedy as funny as possible]]. And we'd never let a little thing like continuity get in the way of that.
-->-- '''Bill Freiberger''', Executive Producer
9th May '15 6:09:13 PM johnnyfog
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->[[OncePerEpisode A big fat spatial anomaly that leads to a time travel episode?]] If I just gave you that description you would know I was talking about a ''Voyager'' episode, right? If this were a ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' episode, you could have headed back into the series' rich mythology and shown how these characters have changed over the years, but unfortunately the crew of ''Voyager'' (pretty much) [[StaticCharacter look and act exactly the same way now]] as they did in Caretaker and so it only serves to point how little development this show has afforded its cast...It doesnít help that the former Maquis commander is the dullest character to have emerged from this series and plods through history with about as much personality as a [[EightDeadlyWords mouldy old carrot]]. If you want to watch an episode that splits a ship into different zones like this and uses it as a character building exercise rather than irrelevant frippery than check out ''{{Series/Farscape}}''[=í=]s Through the Looking Glass.

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->[[OncePerEpisode A big fat spatial anomaly that leads to a time travel episode?]] If I just gave you that description you would know I was talking about a ''Voyager'' episode, right? If ->If this were a ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' episode, you could have headed back into the series' rich mythology and shown how these characters have changed over the years, but unfortunately the crew of ''Voyager'' (pretty much) [[StaticCharacter look and act exactly the same way now]] as they did in Caretaker and so it only serves to point how little development this show has afforded its cast...It doesnít help that the former Maquis commander is the dullest character to have emerged from this series and plods through history with about as much personality as a [[EightDeadlyWords [[TheGenericGuy mouldy old carrot]]. If you want to watch an episode that splits a ship into different zones like this and uses it as a character building exercise rather than irrelevant frippery than check out ''{{Series/Farscape}}''[=í=]s Through the Looking Glass.carrot]].



->The first season is populated with Archer making mistakes that his more experienced successors would easily avoid. The problem isnít that Archer is making mistakes; it is that he is repeating mistakes. Archer makes mistakes, but [[AesopAmnesia he never learns them]]. (The second season has been getting gradually better at continuity, tying together episodes like "Minefield" and "Dead Stop". However, "A Night in Sickbay" seems to represent a step backwards. Not only does it return to the ''ďArcher makes the same mistakesĒ'' plot beats from the first season, but it also seems to forget that the ''Enterprise'' just went through a pretty elaborate overhaul. Having [[PerpetualPoverty a generic plot-enabling systems failure]] so soon after "Dead Stop" feels like the writers have [[TheyJustDidntCare stopped paying attention.]])
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2015/04/07/star-trek-enterprise-a-night-in-sickbay-review/ Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', "A Night in Sickbay"



Clark: ''[='=]Oh, no! Seriously...[[IHaveToIronMyDog just some bad...picadillo, hombre. I gotta, er]]...YOINK![='=]''\\\
He then takes the syringe and runs. Now that, at very least, would have been entertaining.

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Clark: ''[='=]Oh, no! Seriously...[[IHaveToIronMyDog just some bad...picadillo, hombre. I gotta, er]]...YOINK![='=]''\\\
He then takes the syringe and runs. Now that, at very least, would have been entertaining.
YOINK![='=]''



->It's continuity like this that just makes you shake your head. It's just very simple things, like [[{{Wrestling/Fortune}} not being to count to 4.]] It's very simple things like a guy promising not to do a thing, [[ILied and then he does a thing.]] ''"I will not come out during this match!"'', and then he comes out during the match. And you're like, ''that'' didn't make sense. "No, it didn't." ''Why'' did he comes out? "I dunno." It's like having your manager suspend somebody, and then have a subordinate override the superior and say that [[AssPull that person is not suspended.]] "I dunno."\\\
It's kinda funny; it doesn't even take weeks to contradict themselves. It's immediate. They will say a fact, they say something and establish a ground rule, and then ''five minutes'' later break that rule. Or Abyss breaking a board and then 5 min later--not even a ''commercial'' break later--he's [[InfiniteSupplies got a new stick]]. He's got spares, I dunno. He must have a golf bag full of these things.

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->It's continuity like this that just makes you shake your head. It's just very simple things, like [[{{Wrestling/Fortune}} not being to count to 4.]] It's very simple things like a guy promising not to do a thing, [[ILied and then he does a thing.]] ''"I will not come out during this match!"'', and then he comes out during the match. And you're like, ''that'' didn't make sense. "No, it didn't." ''Why'' did he comes out? "I dunno." It's like having your manager suspend somebody, and then have a subordinate override the superior and say that [[AssPull that person is not suspended.]] "I dunno."\\\
It's
kinda funny; it doesn't even take weeks to contradict themselves. It's immediate. They will say a fact, they say something and establish a ground rule, and then ''five minutes'' later break that rule. Or Abyss breaking a board and then 5 min later--not even a ''commercial'' break later--he's [[InfiniteSupplies got a new stick]]. He's got spares, I dunno. He must have a golf bag full of these things.
11th Apr '15 5:41:46 PM johnnyfog
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->I actually asked myself at one point if the writers for each episode are actually forbidden from talking to one another. I don't know why they would be, but it seems like one of the only logical explanations for how thoroughly in-series continuity is abandoned by most ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' writers. (Another one is that, given [[{{Fanboy}} how forgiving]] ''Smallville'' fans have proven themselves to be on issues of writing, the writers [[TheyJustDidntCare simply don't care]], but that's [[CouldSayItBut too horrifying]] a prospect to consider seriously.)
-->--'''[[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville10-ep15 Julian Finn]]'''

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->I actually asked myself at one point if the writers for each episode are actually forbidden from talking ->Speaking of detail...Didn't Lois have [[HollywoodHealing a broken arm]] last week? And wasn't Watchtower torn to one another. I don't know why they would be, but pieces? ([[InfiniteSupplies again?]]) How much time has passed between these two episodes? Or does it seems like one of the only logical explanations for how thoroughly in-series continuity is abandoned by most ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' writers. (Another one is that, given [[{{Fanboy}} how forgiving]] just not matter because ''Smallville'' fans have proven themselves to be on issues of writing, the writers [[TheyJustDidntCare simply don't care]], but that's [[CouldSayItBut is too horrifying]] a prospect to consider seriously.)
awesome for logical continuity.
-->--'''[[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville10-ep15 php?topic=reviews/smallville10-ep11 Julian Finn]]'''
Finn]]''' on ''{{Series/Smallville}}'', "Icarus"
11th Apr '15 2:38:45 PM johnnyfog
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->I actually asked myself at one point if the writers for each episode are actually forbidden from talking to one another. I don't know why they would be, but it seems like one of the only logical explanations for how thoroughly in-series continuity is abandoned by most ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' writers. (Another one is that, given [[{{Fanboy}} how forgiving]] ''Smallville'' fans have proven themselves to be on issues of writing, the writers [[TheyJustDidntCare simply don't care]], but that's [[CouldSayItBut too horrifying]] a prospect to consider seriously.)
-->--'''[[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville10-ep15 Julian Finn]]'''
11th Apr '15 2:06:00 PM johnnyfog
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->Lionel Luthor's emailing Chloe, it would seem....Chloe says, 'My job requires me to talk to Lionel Luthor.[='=]''\\\
'''Me''': LIAR! ''(paces left to right, right to left)'' [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith YOU WILL NOT TAKE CONTINUITY FROM ME!]] He tried to kill you! You've turned her against me!
-->--'''Neal Bailey''' [[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville5-ep07 on]] ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' ("Splinter")

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->Lionel Luthor's emailing Chloe, ->Two weeks ago, Clark punched Lex. One week ago, Lex tortured his friend nearly to death and [[KickTheDog killed all the fish in the lake.]] Now, they're hunky-dory again, with one line.''\\\
'Lex, I know [[{{Understatement}} things haven't been easy between us lately]], but please, help!'\\\
''Lex doesn't say'', 'Uh, you beat the crap out of me a little while back, you're researching a book that's being written to tear my company down, and now you're accusing me of [[ARareSentence creating a vampire sorority.]]'\\\
''He simply says'', 'Oh, hey Clark. Here's [[DeusExMachina the ready-made antidote I haven't been using for a long time for no apparent reason]]. Just stab
it would seem....Chloe says, 'My job requires me to talk to Lionel Luthor.into her chest and she'll be fine. By the way, [[KryptoniteIsEverywhere it only works around Kryptonite]]. Convenient, huh?'\\\
''Clark, clutching at the table. ''[='=]Excuse me...must have...drank...Lex-lax...er...ex-lax.
[='=]''\\\
'''Me''': LIAR! ''(paces left to right, right to left)'' [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith YOU WILL NOT TAKE CONTINUITY FROM ME!]] Lex: ''[='=]You're a Kryptonian, aren't you?[='=]''\\\
Clark: ''[='=]Oh, no! Seriously...[[IHaveToIronMyDog just some bad...picadillo, hombre. I gotta, er]]...YOINK![='=]''\\\
He tried to kill you! You've turned her against me!
then takes the syringe and runs. Now that, at very least, would have been entertaining.
-->--'''Neal Bailey''' [[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville5-ep07 php?topic=reviews/smallville5-ep05 on]] ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' ("Splinter")
("Thirst")
8th Apr '15 4:34:37 PM johnnyfog
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->[[OncePerEpisode A big fat spatial anomaly that leads to a time travel episode?]] If I just gave you that description you would know I was talking about a ''Voyager'' episode, right? If this were a ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' episode, you could have headed back into the series' rich mythology and shown how these characters have changed over the years, but unfortunately the crew of ''Voyager'' (pretty much) [[StaticCharacter look and act exactly the same way now]] as they did in Caretaker and so it only serves to point how little development this show has afforded its cast...It doesnít help that the former Maquis commander is [[RidiculouslyAverageGuy the dullest character to have emerged from this series]] and plods through history with about as much personality as a mouldy old carrot. If you want to watch an episode that splits a ship into different zones like this and uses it as a character building exercise rather than irrelevant frippery than check out ''{{Series/Farscape}}''[=í=]s Through the Looking Glass.

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->[[OncePerEpisode A big fat spatial anomaly that leads to a time travel episode?]] If I just gave you that description you would know I was talking about a ''Voyager'' episode, right? If this were a ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine DS9]]'' episode, you could have headed back into the series' rich mythology and shown how these characters have changed over the years, but unfortunately the crew of ''Voyager'' (pretty much) [[StaticCharacter look and act exactly the same way now]] as they did in Caretaker and so it only serves to point how little development this show has afforded its cast...It doesnít help that the former Maquis commander is [[RidiculouslyAverageGuy the dullest character to have emerged from this series]] series and plods through history with about as much personality as a [[EightDeadlyWords mouldy old carrot.carrot]]. If you want to watch an episode that splits a ship into different zones like this and uses it as a character building exercise rather than irrelevant frippery than check out ''{{Series/Farscape}}''[=í=]s Through the Looking Glass.


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->The first season is populated with Archer making mistakes that his more experienced successors would easily avoid. The problem isnít that Archer is making mistakes; it is that he is repeating mistakes. Archer makes mistakes, but [[AesopAmnesia he never learns them]]. (The second season has been getting gradually better at continuity, tying together episodes like "Minefield" and "Dead Stop". However, "A Night in Sickbay" seems to represent a step backwards. Not only does it return to the ''ďArcher makes the same mistakesĒ'' plot beats from the first season, but it also seems to forget that the ''Enterprise'' just went through a pretty elaborate overhaul. Having [[PerpetualPoverty a generic plot-enabling systems failure]] so soon after "Dead Stop" feels like the writers have [[TheyJustDidntCare stopped paying attention.]])
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2015/04/07/star-trek-enterprise-a-night-in-sickbay-review/ Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', "A Night in Sickbay"
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