History Recap / PennyAndAggieVertigo

21st Jan '16 9:43:30 AM Spindriver
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* CanonWelding: The band, Lucky Got Lucky, is Liz Adams's group from Campbell's and LagacÚ's other webcomic, ''Cool Cat Studio.'' Liz's cameo is significant in that, unlike Sara at this stage, she's comfortable with and open about her lesbianism. (She's also visibly bemused at how Lisa words her [[http://www.pennyandaggie.com/index.php?p=506 second song request]].)
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* CanonWelding: The band, Lucky Got Lucky, is Liz Adams's group from Campbell's and LagacÚ's other webcomic, ''Cool Cat Studio.''Webcomic/CoolCatStudio.'' Liz's cameo is significant in that, unlike Sara at this stage, she's comfortable with and open about her lesbianism. (She's also visibly bemused at how Lisa words her [[http://www.pennyandaggie.com/index.php?p=506 second song request]].)
23rd Jun '14 11:24:32 AM AliceMacher
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--> How can people live in this much denial?!
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--> How "How can people live in this much denial?! denial?!"\\ '''-- Sara'''
27th Oct '12 3:20:16 PM Aiguille
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* BottleFairy: Rich's date--nicknamed "Drunk Girl" by fans and, in the later arc "May," given the name Yolanda--is perpetually intoxicated and ecstatic.

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* BottleFairy: HardDrinkingPartyGirl: Rich's date--nicknamed "Drunk Girl" by fans and, in the later arc "May," given the name Yolanda--is perpetually intoxicated and ecstatic.
14th Aug '12 1:45:47 PM FELH2
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* BottleFairy: Rich's date--nicknamed "Drunk Girl" by fans and, in the later arc "May," given the name Yolanda--is perpetually intoxicated and ecstatic.
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* BottleFairy: Rich's date--nicknamed "Drunk Girl" by fans and, in the later arc "May," given the name Yolanda--is perpetually intoxicated and ecstatic.

** When Sara urges Aggie to ask Penny out, Aggie replies, "This sounds suspiciously like a misunderstanding-based [[WilliamShakespeare comedy of errors]]? I don't do those any more." This is a reference to the many misunderstandings, comical and otherwise, in "[[Recap/PennyAndAggieDinnerForSix Dinner for Six]]". To further underline the point, the same panel depicts SuperDeformed versions of Penny, Marshall and Aggie in scenes from that arc. May also be an example of PaintingTheMedium, in the sense of an assurance from the creators that there won't be any more {{Farce}} based arcs, "Dinner for Six" having had a mixed reception by the fanbase.
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** When Sara urges Aggie to ask Penny out, Aggie replies, "This sounds suspiciously like a misunderstanding-based [[WilliamShakespeare [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare comedy of errors]]? I don't do those any more." This is a reference to the many misunderstandings, comical and otherwise, in "[[Recap/PennyAndAggieDinnerForSix Dinner for Six]]". To further underline the point, the same panel depicts SuperDeformed versions of Penny, Marshall and Aggie in scenes from that arc. May also be an example of PaintingTheMedium, in the sense of an assurance from the creators that there won't be any more {{Farce}} based arcs, "Dinner for Six" having had a mixed reception by the fanbase.

* WorstAid: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]. Jack, when calling 911, has the sense to ask whether he should leave the knife in Rich's wound. [[hottip:*:For the record, one should do so, as an impaling object, having already done all the damage it's likely to do, actually serves as a plug on the wound, and removing it can thus have fatal consequences.]]
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* WorstAid: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]. Jack, when calling 911, has the sense to ask whether he should leave the knife in Rich's wound. [[hottip:*:For [[note]]For the record, one should do so, as an impaling object, having already done all the damage it's likely to do, actually serves as a plug on the wound, and removing it can thus have fatal consequences.]][[/note]]
13th Jun '12 3:31:02 PM SingingRain
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** When Sara urges Aggie to ask Penny out, Aggie replies, "This sounds suspiciously like a misunderstanding-based [[WilliamShakespeare comedy of errors]]? I don't do those any more." This is a reference to the many misunderstandings, comical and otherwise, in [[Recap/PennyAndAggieDinnerForSix Dinner for Six]]. To further underline the point, the same panel depicts SuperDeformed versions of Penny, Marshall and Aggie in scenes from that arc. May also be an example of PaintingTheFourthWall, in the sense of an assurance from the creators that there won't be any more {{Farce}} based arcs, "Dinner for Six" having had a mixed reception by the fanbase.
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** When Sara urges Aggie to ask Penny out, Aggie replies, "This sounds suspiciously like a misunderstanding-based [[WilliamShakespeare comedy of errors]]? I don't do those any more." This is a reference to the many misunderstandings, comical and otherwise, in [[Recap/PennyAndAggieDinnerForSix "[[Recap/PennyAndAggieDinnerForSix Dinner for Six]].Six]]". To further underline the point, the same panel depicts SuperDeformed versions of Penny, Marshall and Aggie in scenes from that arc. May also be an example of PaintingTheFourthWall, PaintingTheMedium, in the sense of an assurance from the creators that there won't be any more {{Farce}} based arcs, "Dinner for Six" having had a mixed reception by the fanbase.
29th Apr '12 6:22:13 AM AliceMacher
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* FoeYay: Sara, once again, regarding Penny and Aggie. It's also revealed that Lisa's considered the theory herself.
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* FoeYay: In-universe, Sara, once again, regarding Penny and Aggie. It's also revealed that Lisa's considered the theory herself.
3rd Mar '12 5:31:45 PM AliceMacher
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* [[IAintGotTimeToBleed Ain't Got Time To Bleed]] - When Gary attacks him, Rich's initial reaction is simply to shout "Ow!", punch him out, and wonder whether Gary was trying to give him a "purple nurple." He doesn't notice he's been stabbed until Stan points it out. "Doesn't really hurt," he says, before losing consciousness. * BottleFairy - Rich's date--nicknamed "Drunk Girl" by fans and, in the later arc "May," given the name Yolanda--is perpetually intoxicated and ecstatic.
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* [[IAintGotTimeToBleed Ain't Got Time To Bleed]] - Bleed]]: When Gary attacks him, Rich's initial reaction is simply to shout "Ow!", punch him out, and wonder whether Gary was trying to give him a "purple nurple." He doesn't notice he's been stabbed until Stan points it out. "Doesn't really hurt," he says, before losing consciousness. * BottleFairy - BottleFairy: Rich's date--nicknamed "Drunk Girl" by fans and, in the later arc "May," given the name Yolanda--is perpetually intoxicated and ecstatic.

* CanonWelding - The band, Lucky Got Lucky, is Liz Adams's group from Campbell's and LagacÚ's other webcomic, ''Cool Cat Studio.'' Liz's cameo is significant in that, unlike Sara at this stage, she's comfortable with and open about her lesbianism. (She's also visibly bemused at how Lisa words her [[http://www.pennyandaggie.com/index.php?p=506 second song request]].) * CerebusSyndrome - For some readers, this trope begins here, with one character facing death and another with her homosexuality inescapably confronting her after a long attempt to [[HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday deny]] it. Others place its starting point later, in [[Recap/PennyAndAggieThePopsicleWarWhispersAndSilence Whispers and Silence]], or later still in [[Recap/PennyAndAggieMissingPersonCyndiAndCharlotte Cyndi and Charlotte]]. * ComingOutStory - Although there have been several hints earlier in the series as to her sexual orientation, Sara's path to acknowledgement and acceptance of it begins here as a major plot thread. * DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment - In her song request, Lisa mischievously describes ''Exes and Ohs'' as "a comedy about lesbians. ''Lesbians.'' Lezzy ''lesbo'' lesbians." * FoeYay - Sara, once again, regarding Penny and Aggie. It's also revealed that Lisa's considered the theory herself. * GenkiGirl - The first, but not the last, time Lisa is portrayed this way, in contrast to her earlier punkish, somewhat angry characterization.
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* CanonWelding - CanonWelding: The band, Lucky Got Lucky, is Liz Adams's group from Campbell's and LagacÚ's other webcomic, ''Cool Cat Studio.'' Liz's cameo is significant in that, unlike Sara at this stage, she's comfortable with and open about her lesbianism. (She's also visibly bemused at how Lisa words her [[http://www.pennyandaggie.com/index.php?p=506 second song request]].) * CerebusSyndrome - CerebusSyndrome: For some readers, this trope begins here, with one character facing death and another with her homosexuality inescapably confronting her after a long attempt to [[HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday deny]] it. Others place its starting point later, in [[Recap/PennyAndAggieThePopsicleWarWhispersAndSilence Whispers and Silence]], or later still in [[Recap/PennyAndAggieMissingPersonCyndiAndCharlotte Cyndi and Charlotte]]. * ComingOutStory - ComingOutStory: Although there have been several hints earlier in the series as to her sexual orientation, Sara's path to acknowledgement and acceptance of it begins here as a major plot thread. * DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment - DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: In her song request, Lisa mischievously describes ''Exes and Ohs'' as "a comedy about lesbians. ''Lesbians.'' Lezzy ''lesbo'' lesbians." * FoeYay - FoeYay: Sara, once again, regarding Penny and Aggie. It's also revealed that Lisa's considered the theory herself. * GenkiGirl - GenkiGirl: The first, but not the last, time Lisa is portrayed this way, in contrast to her earlier punkish, somewhat angry characterization.

* GoshDangItToHeck - Aggie, who nearly always avoids "hard" profanity, expresses her anger over Lisa's stunt by saying, "What the hell, Lis? What the helling hell?" * {{Revenge}} - After several subversions and aversions in the comic (including Sara, earlier in this very arc, ignoring Penny's offer to get back at Lisa), this trope is finally played straight when Gary stabs Rich in retaliation for having beaten him up months earlier.
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* GoshDangItToHeck - GoshDangItToHeck: Aggie, who nearly always avoids "hard" profanity, expresses her anger over Lisa's stunt by saying, "What the hell, Lis? What the helling hell?" * {{Revenge}} - {{Revenge}}: After several subversions and aversions in the comic (including Sara, earlier in this very arc, ignoring Penny's offer to get back at Lisa), this trope is finally played straight when Gary stabs Rich in retaliation for having beaten him up months earlier.

* TransparentCloset - Sara, to Lisa. * WhamEpisode - Neither Sara's nor Rich's lives are the same after this storyline. * WorstAid - [[AvertedTrope Averted]]. Jack, when calling 911, has the sense to ask whether he should leave the knife in Rich's wound. [[hottip:*:For the record, one should do so, as an impaling object, having already done all the damage it's likely to do, actually serves as a plug on the wound, and removing it can thus have fatal consequences.]]
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* TransparentCloset - TransparentCloset: Sara, to Lisa. * WhamEpisode - WhamEpisode: Neither Sara's nor Rich's lives are the same after this storyline. * WorstAid - WorstAid: [[AvertedTrope Averted]]. Jack, when calling 911, has the sense to ask whether he should leave the knife in Rich's wound. [[hottip:*:For the record, one should do so, as an impaling object, having already done all the damage it's likely to do, actually serves as a plug on the wound, and removing it can thus have fatal consequences.]]
19th Jan '12 6:58:59 AM AliceMacher
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* CerebusSyndrome - For some readers, this trope begins here, with one character facing death and another with her homosexuality inescapably confronting her after a long attempt to [[HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday deny]] it. Others place its starting point later, in [[Recap/PennyAndAggieThePopsicleWarWhispersAndSilence Whispers and Silence]], or later still in [[Recap/PennyAndAggieMissingPersonCyndiAndCharlotte Cyndi and Charlotte]].
19th Jan '12 6:45:52 AM AliceMacher
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* WhamEpisode - Neither Sara's nor Rich's lives are the same after this storyline.
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* WhamEpisode - Neither Sara's nor Rich's lives are the same after this storyline.storyline. * WorstAid - [[AvertedTrope Averted]]. Jack, when calling 911, has the sense to ask whether he should leave the knife in Rich's wound. [[hottip:*:For the record, one should do so, as an impaling object, having already done all the damage it's likely to do, actually serves as a plug on the wound, and removing it can thus have fatal consequences.]]
19th Mar '11 10:06:38 AM AliceMacher
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* GoshDangItToHeck - Aggie, who nearly always avoids "hard" profanity, expresses her anger over Lisa's stunt by saying, "What the hell, Lis? What the helling hell?"
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