History Series / TalkinBoutYourGeneration

19th Jun '18 3:42:51 AM Douglasac10
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** When giving the teams directions on dressing a shop window, Shaun mentioned that he was in Amsterdam on a holiday and was [[RedLightDistrict amazed by how lifelike the mannequins are in the windows of what he assumed were lingerie shops]].
** In the first episode of the revival, Shaun makes reference to "cracking a phial of amyl nitrate under the left nostril of the team's scoring potential", referring to poppers.

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** When giving the teams directions on dressing a shop window, Shaun mentioned that he was in Amsterdam on a holiday and was [[RedLightDistrict amazed by how lifelike the mannequins are in the windows of what he assumed were lingerie shops]].
shops]] and would like something similar.
** In the first episode of the revival, Shaun makes reference refers to "cracking a phial of amyl nitrate under the left nostril of the team's scoring potential", referring to poppers.



* LittleKnownFacts: Shaun prepares some "interesting" "facts" to share with the teams, claiming to source all of his information from [[CriticalResearchFailure Wikipedia]].

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* LittleKnownFacts: Shaun prepares some "interesting" "facts" to share with the teams, claiming to source all of his information from [[CriticalResearchFailure Wikipedia]].



** The team chooses which items to "buy", and must guess the amount that they were worth at the time. They have to buy at least one item.

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** The team chooses which items to "buy", and must guess the amount that they were worth at the time. They have to must buy at least one item.



** In some playings, the players tried to buy every item (likely due to a confusion over the convoluted rules), which never won the game. Additionally, in the first playing, there were two items that would guarantee the team would lose because they were each over the allowed budget by themselves.

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** In some playings, the players tried to buy every item (likely due to a confusion over the convoluted rules), which never won the game. Additionally, in the first playing, there were two items that that, even if picked alone, [[GameBreakingBug would guarantee the team would lose lose]] because they were each over the allowed budget by themselves.budget.



** In the Family Special in the revival, he gave a point to Gen X for honesty, but took it away a short while later because he didn't like how they were crawling up to him. Later on, he gave them 20 points because both Robyn and Wayne danced for him.

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** In the Family Special in the revival, he gave a point to Gen X for honesty, but took it away a short while later because he didn't like how they were crawling up to him. Later on, Later, he gave them 20 points because both Robyn and Wayne danced for him.him.
** In one Magic Window game in the revival, Shaun randomly gave Gen X double points despite it not being a rule of the game they were playing. After the commercial break, he noted that this was foolish of him as they were already in the lead by that point so they were now well ahead of everyone else.



** Less so with the Nine revival, although Shaun made a bizzare joke on Twitter about a barely visible tag on a teabag being product placement.
* RetconningTheWiki: A running joke is Shaun Micallef quoting some 'facts' about the topic at hand he claims he got from Wikipedia, all of which are hilarously wrong.

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** Less so with the Nine revival, although Shaun made a bizzare bizarre joke on Twitter about a barely visible tag on a teabag being product placement.
* RetconningTheWiki: A running joke is Shaun Micallef quoting some 'facts' about the topic at hand he claims he got from Wikipedia, all of which are hilarously hilariously wrong.



** Often, when food is involved with a game that doesn't end with it being eaten, Shaun will make a comment to allay concerns that viewers may have about food waste, for example, saying that the food is already spoiled or is irradiated and shouldn't be handled without wearing a lead apron.
** In the revival, during End Game, Shaun would pull aside one of the panellists who were doing something unusual and ask them what on earth they were doing.
** Also in the revival during end game, close ups of Andy's PlumbersCrack.



** Once teams realised that picking Trust Me would inevitably end up resulting in stickiness, an ObviousRulePatch was put in place: it was still there, but hidden behind another button that fitted in with the theme of the buttons for that episode.

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** Once teams realised that picking Trust Me would inevitably end up resulting in stickiness, an ObviousRulePatch was put in place: it was still there, there but hidden behind another button that fitted in with the theme of the buttons for that episode.episode so that it couldn't be avoided as easily.
11th Jun '18 7:36:23 AM Douglasac10
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* NintendoHard: The game It Could Be Worth. Played a few times, but only won once.
** A team is presented with eight items to "buy" from various years (past examples included a VCR from 1987 or a litre of Milk from 2000) and a set budget to spend on these items.

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* NintendoHard: The game It Could Be Worth. Played a few four times, but only won once.
** A team is presented with eight items to "buy" from various years (past examples (examples included a VCR from 1987 or a litre of Milk from 2000) and a set budget to spend on these items.



** The actual prices of the items chosen are then revealed. If the players managed to stay under budget (regardless of how far off they were with their price guesses, rendering them rather redundant) with the items selected, they get one point for every item bought. If they go over budget, they get no points.
** In some playings, the players tried to buy every item (likely due to a confusion over the convoluted rules), which never won the game.

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** The actual prices of the items chosen are then revealed. If the players managed to stay under budget (regardless of how far off they were with their price guesses, rendering them rather redundant) with the items selected, they get one point for every item bought. If they go over budget, they get no points.points, but would receive a prize in the form of a SadTrombone.
** In some playings, the players tried to buy every item (likely due to a confusion over the convoluted rules), which never won the game. Additionally, in the first playing, there were two items that would guarantee the team would lose because they were each over the allowed budget by themselves.


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** In the Family Special in the revival, he gave a point to Gen X for honesty, but took it away a short while later because he didn't like how they were crawling up to him. Later on, he gave them 20 points because both Robyn and Wayne danced for him.
4th Jun '18 5:58:20 AM Douglasac10
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* SillyWalk: Shaun delights in these for his walk to the desk after his opening. Amanda did a very exaggerated one when she was Shaun.
1st Jun '18 8:14:55 AM Douglasac10
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** When giving the teams directions on dressing a shop window, Shaun mentioned that he was in Amsterdam on a holiday and was [[RedLightDistrict amazed by how lifelike the mannequins are in the windows of what he assumed were lingerie shops]].
30th May '18 8:25:55 AM Douglasac10
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In 2017, it was announced that a revival series consisting of six episodes would be produced, this time airing on Creator/NineNetwork.

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In 2017, it was announced that a revival series consisting of six eight episodes would be produced, this time airing on Creator/NineNetwork.Creator/NineNetwork. As part of the revival, the Baby Boomers were removed and Generation Z was added. Team captains are:
* Robyn Butler (Generation X), previous collaborator with Shaun and writer and producer of various comedy programs.
* Andy Lee (Generation Y), the Andy half of Creator/HamishAndAndy
* Laurence Boxhall (Generation Z), best known for his appearance in Ronny Chieng: International Student.



* AscendedExtra: Of sorts, Robyn Butler and Andy Lee had both appeared as guests in the original run and were promoted to team captains in the revival.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: When giving the teams directions on making three piece suits, Shaun said that he wanted to turn a few heads and going to The Hellfire Club. Seems innocent enough, except that The Hellfire Club was a S&M venue.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Shaun and the writers seem to have somewhat of a kinky side that they like to bring up on occasion:
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When giving the teams directions on making three piece suits, Shaun said that the reason for them making the suits was that he wanted to turn a few heads and was going to The Hellfire Club. Seems Club and wanted an outfit that would turn a few heads. Sounds innocent enough, except that but in fact The Hellfire Club was a S&M venue.venue.
** In the first episode of the revival, Shaun makes reference to "cracking a phial of amyl nitrate under the left nostril of the team's scoring potential", referring to poppers.



** Less so with the Nine revival, although Shaun made a bizzare joke on Twitter about a barely visible tag on a teabag being product placement.



** As is typical for a [[GameShow quiz show]], the host has a phone next to him which the producers can ring him on to allow for corrections. Unlike in most, Shaun Micallef invariably hangs up the phone without answering whenever it rings.This invariably happens after Shaun has made a particularly-bad [[IncrediblyLamePun pun]].

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** As is typical for a [[GameShow quiz show]], the host has a phone next to him which the producers can ring him on to allow for corrections. Unlike in most, Shaun Micallef invariably hangs up the phone without answering whenever it rings. This invariably happens after Shaun has made a particularly-bad [[IncrediblyLamePun pun]].



** Once teams realised that picking Trust Me would inevitably end up resulting in stickiness, an ObviousRulePatch was put in place: it was still there, but hidden behind another button that fitted in with the theme of the buttons for that episode.



* StockScream: A Wilhelm scream introduces the game "Draw That Movie", among other games.

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* StockScream: A Wilhelm scream introduces the game "Draw That Movie", among Movie" and served as the wrong answer sound on Guess The Guest, as well as appearing in other games.
4th Oct '17 8:42:26 AM Douglasac10
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Australian PanelShow hosted by Australian comedian Creator/ShaunMicallef, which premiered in May 2009 and is currently in its third series.

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Australian PanelShow hosted by Australian comedian Creator/ShaunMicallef, which premiered in May 2009 and is currently in its third series.
ran for four seasons on Creator/NetworkTen.


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In 2017, it was announced that a revival series consisting of six episodes would be produced, this time airing on Creator/NineNetwork.
12th Sep '17 6:07:51 PM nombretomado
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** {{Enya}}

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** {{Enya}}Music/{{Enya}}
19th Jul '16 11:53:29 AM longWriter
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* ILoveTheExties: The seed of the show.



* CarriedByTheHost: Although TAYG isn't Shaun's creation, the producers have let him have his way with the script, cast, crew and ideas for new games. It will never be TAYG without him.



* ILoveTheExties: The seed of the show.



* CarriedByTheHost: Although TAYG isn't Shaun's creation, the producers have let him have his way with the script, cast, crew and ideas for new games. It will never be TAYG without him.

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* CarriedByTheHost: Although TAYG isn't Shaun's creation, UnwantedAssistance: In the producers have let him have his way with "Endgame" segment, Shaun takes it upon himself to loudly read out trivial and often completely incorrect facts while the script, cast, crew and ideas for new games. It will never be TAYG without him.contestants are rushing around trying to finish within their ridiculously limited timeframe.
18th Jan '16 5:37:01 AM Douglasac10
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* NintendoHard: The game It Could Be Worth. Played a few times, but only won once.
** A team is presented with eight items to "buy" from various years (past examples included a VCR from 1987 or a litre of Milk from 2000) and a set budget to spend on these items.
** The team chooses which items to "buy", and must guess the amount that they were worth at the time. They have to buy at least one item.
** Once the team has bought the item or items that they think will keep them under their budget, they stop playing.
** The actual prices of the items chosen are then revealed. If the players managed to stay under budget (regardless of how far off they were with their price guesses, rendering them rather redundant) with the items selected, they get one point for every item bought. If they go over budget, they get no points.
** In some playings, the players tried to buy every item (likely due to a confusion over the convoluted rules), which never won the game.
26th May '15 10:32:50 AM erforce
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** In the first, they dressed as pop culture characters from their generation: represented in the costumes were [[TheCure Robert Smith]], MarilynMonroe, [[Film/BackToTheFuture Doc Brown, Marty McFly]], [[MyChemicalRomance Gerard Way]], and Franchise/HarryPotter.

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** In the first, they dressed as pop culture characters from their generation: represented in the costumes were [[TheCure [[Music/TheCure Robert Smith]], MarilynMonroe, [[Film/BackToTheFuture Creator/MarilynMonroe, [[Franchise/BackToTheFuture Doc Brown, Marty McFly]], [[MyChemicalRomance [[Music/MyChemicalRomance Gerard Way]], and Franchise/HarryPotter.
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