History Series / Pizza

20th Oct '15 10:23:26 PM bwburke94
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* VerbalTic: The movie gives us Ronnie McDoggell, a parody of Ronald McDonald. He uses 'Mc' as a prefix in his speech. His opening line:
--> "Oh, you malarka! Look what you did to my Mc-Car! You Mc-[[SoundEffectBleep beep-ed]] it!"

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* VerbalTic: The movie gives us Ronnie McDoggell, a parody of Ronald McDonald.[=McDonald=]. He uses 'Mc' as a prefix in his speech. His opening line:
--> "Oh, you malarka! Look what you did to my Mc-Car! You Mc-[[SoundEffectBleep beep-ed]] beeped]] it!"
27th Aug '15 11:41:23 AM DoctorSleep
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Australian former international cricketer Merv Hughes plays Ivan Milat in the movie.
** More recognisably, Creator/RebelWilson plays Toula, Habib's 'fat bushpig' wife.
** In Politically Incorrect Pizza & ANZAC Pizza we see Ross Higgins playing the roles of Old Disabled Man and Vietnam Vet respectively and he is best known for the role of Ted Bullpit from Series/KingswoodCountry.
** Kamahl, a Malaysian-born performer in Australia, played two separate bit-characters. Both times, he utters his immortal {{Catchphrase}}: "Why are people so unkind?"[[note]]While this television show uses it in a humorous manner, the origins of that phrase aren't quite so funny.[[/note]]


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* SharetheMalePain: In the film when Pauly kicks Ronnie McDoggle "right in the McNuggets", Ronnie's entire clown-gang all double over at the exact same time.
17th Jul '15 8:02:56 AM Anddrix
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** More recognisably, [[PitchPerfect Rebel Wilson]] plays Toula, Habib's 'fat bushpig' wife.

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** More recognisably, [[PitchPerfect Rebel Wilson]] Creator/RebelWilson plays Toula, Habib's 'fat bushpig' wife.
17th May '15 1:23:35 PM ANTMuddle
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While rather lowbrow and very, ''very'' Australian, which can cause a lot of values dissonance with international audiences, ''Pizza'' is a satire of lower-class/working-class Australians, and is definitely worth a look. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4VBI8Itklg Here is the first episode, and a good spot from there to find different episodes.]]

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While rather lowbrow and very, ''very'' Australian, which can cause a lot of values dissonance {{values dissonance}} with international audiences, ''Pizza'' is a satire of lower-class/working-class Australians, and is definitely worth a look. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4VBI8Itklg Here is the first episode, and a good spot from there to find different episodes.]]
11th Mar '15 7:07:44 PM SuperSauce
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* VomitDiscretionShot: Disgusting subverted. When someone vomits, you get to see the act. TheMovie in particular showed Pauly vomiting ''onto'' the camera.

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* VomitDiscretionShot: Disgusting Disgustingly subverted. When someone vomits, you get to see the act. TheMovie in particular showed Pauly vomiting ''onto'' the camera.
11th Mar '15 7:07:26 PM SuperSauce
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* VomitDiscretionShot: Disgusting subverted. When someone vomits, you get to see the act. TheMovie in particular showed Pauly vomited ''onto'' the camera.

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* VomitDiscretionShot: Disgusting subverted. When someone vomits, you get to see the act. TheMovie in particular showed Pauly vomited vomiting ''onto'' the camera.
11th Mar '15 7:07:16 PM SuperSauce
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* VomitDiscretionShot: Disgusting subverted. When someone vomits, you get to see the act. TheMovie in particular showed Pauly vomited ''onto'' the camera.
5th Mar '15 12:36:21 AM SuperSauce
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* SirSwearsalot: About Everyone.

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* SirSwearsalot: About Everyone.Almost everyone. A notable exception is ''Bobo''.
5th Mar '15 12:35:22 AM SuperSauce
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** The movie by the bucketloads: Ronnie [=McDoggell=] as Pizza's version of Ronald [=McDonald=] -- who is Greek; David Cockerfield as a perverted and [[TheVoiceless silent]] David Copperfield; Claudia (pronounced like Cloud-dia) [=MacPherson=] as a DumbBlonde Claudia [=McPherson=] who can't count higher than three; a version of Ivan Milat who is surrounded by idiots who can't realise he's a serial killer until they're dead; a Mahatma Gandhi who trash talks before participating in a ''boxing match'' and gets the tar beaten out of him to convert to his real life counterpart's philosophies; a version of [[Franchise/{{Rocky}} Rocky Balboa]] whose verbal behaviour is ''heavily'' exaggerated; and a version of KFC's Colonel Sanders who just falls over and is beaten up by Pauly.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: It can be a frequent occurrence throughout the series. The most notable one is delivered to Sleek and Habib in the movie by two ethnic groups and ''their own cousins''.

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** The movie by the bucketloads: Ronnie [=McDoggell=] as Pizza's version of Ronald [=McDonald=] -- who is Greek; David Cockerfield as a perverted and [[TheVoiceless silent]] David Copperfield; Claudia (pronounced by Pauly like Cloud-dia) [=MacPherson=] [=MacFerson=] as a DumbBlonde Claudia [=McPherson=] who can't count higher than three; a version of Ivan Milat who is surrounded by idiots who can't realise he's a serial killer until they're dead; a Mahatma Gandhi who trash talks before participating in a ''boxing match'' and gets the tar beaten out of him to convert to his real life counterpart's philosophies; a version of [[Franchise/{{Rocky}} Rocky Balboa]] whose verbal behaviour is ''heavily'' exaggerated; and a version of KFC's Colonel Sanders who just falls over and is beaten up by Pauly.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: It can be a frequent occurrence throughout the series. The most notable one is delivered to Sleek and Habib in the movie by two three ethnic groups and ''their own cousins''.
5th Mar '15 12:33:32 AM SuperSauce
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* Kamahl, a Malaysian-born performer in Australia, played two separate bit-characters. Both times, he utters his immortal {{Catchphrase}}: "Why are people so unkind?"[[note]]While this television show uses it in a humorous manner, the origins of that phrase aren't quite so funny.[[/note]]

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* ** Kamahl, a Malaysian-born performer in Australia, played two separate bit-characters. Both times, he utters his immortal {{Catchphrase}}: "Why are people so unkind?"[[note]]While this television show uses it in a humorous manner, the origins of that phrase aren't quite so funny.[[/note]]
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