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19th Apr '16 1:21:52 PM erforce
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* FanonDiscontinuity: In-universe example, for the IndianaJones movies.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: In-universe example, for the IndianaJones ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' movies.
25th Oct '14 8:57:39 PM Aspie
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* ArtisticLicenseStatistics: Duncan's FreakOut at the end of his experiment isn't really called for if one considers that a single statistical outlier, even one as extreme as Abed, doesn't invalidate the results of the experiment (putting aside the problems mentioned in NoControlGroup). In fact, in a sufficiently large sample, one would ''expect'' such outliers to occur. the FreakOut likely happened because watching Duncan [[HoistByHisOwnPetard fall victim to his own principle]] was both [[RuleOfFunny hilarious]] and [[LaserGuidedKarma satisfying.]]

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* ArtisticLicenseStatistics: Duncan's FreakOut at the end of his experiment isn't really called for if one considers that a single statistical outlier, even one as extreme as Abed, doesn't invalidate the results of the experiment (putting aside the problems mentioned in NoControlGroup). In fact, in a sufficiently large sample, one would ''expect'' such outliers to occur. the The FreakOut likely happened because watching Duncan [[HoistByHisOwnPetard fall victim to his own principle]] was both [[RuleOfFunny hilarious]] and [[LaserGuidedKarma satisfying.]]
25th Oct '14 8:56:52 PM Aspie
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* ArtisticLicenseStatistics: Duncan's FreakOut at the end of his experiment isn't really called for if one considers that a single statistical outlier, even one as extreme as Abed, doesn't invalidate the results of the experiment (putting aside the problems mentioned in NoControlGroup). It likely occurred because watching Duncan [[HoistByHisOwnPetard fall victim to his own principle]] was both [[RuleOfFunny hilarious]] and [[LaserGuidedKarma satisfying.]]

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* ArtisticLicenseStatistics: Duncan's FreakOut at the end of his experiment isn't really called for if one considers that a single statistical outlier, even one as extreme as Abed, doesn't invalidate the results of the experiment (putting aside the problems mentioned in NoControlGroup). It In fact, in a sufficiently large sample, one would ''expect'' such outliers to occur. the FreakOut likely occurred happened because watching Duncan [[HoistByHisOwnPetard fall victim to his own principle]] was both [[RuleOfFunny hilarious]] and [[LaserGuidedKarma satisfying.]]
25th Oct '14 8:53:28 PM Aspie
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* ArtisticLicenseStatistics: Duncan's FreakOut at the end of his experiment isn't really called for if one considers that a single statistical outlier, even one as extreme as Abed, doesn't invalidate the results of the experiment (putting aside the problems mentioned in NoControlGroup). It likely occurred because watching Duncan [[HoistByHisOwnPetard fall victim to his own principle]] was both [[RuleOfFunny hilarious]] and [[LaserGuidedKarma satisfying.]]
24th Dec '13 12:42:10 AM DoctorNemesis
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* HeelRealization: Annie is left looking very uncomfortable after Troy's breakdown and Abed's WhatTheHellHero speech following the experiment.
22nd Sep '13 8:17:20 AM DoctorNemesis
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Annie is left looking very shaken and guilty after Troy's breakdown and Abed's confrontation with her following the experiment.
* NoControlGroup: If this had been a real experiment, the subjects should have been isolated from each other. Experiencing previous breakdowns may have influenced the breakdown of later subjects. Of course, neither the professor leading the experiment nor the institution in this case are exactly exemplars of scientific research...



* NoControlGroup: If this had been a real experiment, the subjects should have been isolated from each other. Experiencing previous breakdowns may have influenced the breakdown of later subjects. Of course, neither the professor leading the experiment nor the institution in this case are exactly exemplars of scientific research...
10th Aug '13 1:14:44 PM Viira
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In another attempt to gain extra credit -- and thus a greater chance of escaping Greendale -- Annie manages to secure a place in Professor Duncan's experiment, in which the "Duncan Principle"[[hottip:*: The longer people are forced to wait, the more control is lost by the ego, the more gained by the id, resulting in "a surprisingly predictable emotional eruption" -- i.e. a good old-fashioned temper tantrum]] is to be tested, by convincing Troy and Abed to volunteer to be test subjects. However, this leads to unforeseen factors the researchers did not anticipate, which ends up making it unclear who are the ''real'' test subjects.

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In another attempt to gain extra credit -- and thus a greater chance of escaping Greendale -- Annie manages to secure a place in Professor Duncan's experiment, in which the "Duncan Principle"[[hottip:*: Principle"[[note]] The longer people are forced to wait, the more control is lost by the ego, the more gained by the id, resulting in "a surprisingly predictable emotional eruption" -- i.e. a good old-fashioned temper tantrum]] tantrum[[/note]] is to be tested, by convincing Troy and Abed to volunteer to be test subjects. However, this leads to unforeseen factors the researchers did not anticipate, which ends up making it unclear who are the ''real'' test subjects.



-->'''Duncan:''' Houston, we have an idiot.[[hottip:*:This line is oddly not in the DVD release, instead replaced with "And they're off..."]]

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-->'''Duncan:''' Houston, we have an idiot.[[hottip:*:This [[note]]This line is oddly not in the DVD release, instead replaced with "And they're off..."]]"[[/note]]



-->'''Senor Chang:''' ''[To Annie, very ''very'' creepily]'' Who's erratic and unstable ''now'', Princess ''Gringa''? ''[Kisses her on the forehead]''[[hottip:*:This was also not in the DVD release, instead replaced with an example of Chang teaching something that is quite obviously not spanish]]

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-->'''Senor Chang:''' ''[To Annie, very ''very'' creepily]'' Who's erratic and unstable ''now'', Princess ''Gringa''? ''[Kisses her on the forehead]''[[hottip:*:This forehead]''[[note]]This was also not in the DVD release, instead replaced with an example of Chang teaching something that is quite obviously not spanish]]spanish[[/note]]
16th Jul '13 2:11:19 PM TonyG
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* HiddenPurposeTest: Duncan's experiment, in which the subjects are told to wait to be called to be tested, when in fact the waiting is the real test.
7th May '13 2:02:45 PM sbp
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* PainfulRhyme: Several times in Vaughn's poem.



* {{Shipping}}: This episode was the start of the Annie/Abed pairing in the fandom.
7th May '13 2:01:11 PM sbp
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