History Series / TwoOfAKind

6th Dec '17 1:33:34 AM JohnnyHuang
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* AlphaBitch: Jennifer in her first episode. This gets dropped pretty soon and she is shown hanging around with Ashley all the time.

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* AlphaBitch: AlphaBitch:
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Jennifer in her first episode. This gets dropped pretty soon and she is shown hanging around with Ashley all the time.time.
** A one-shot character (captain of the cheerleader squad), who has Ashley vandalize a Goth girl's backpack as condition to acceptance into the squad. Ashley goes through with it, but her conscience kicks in at the sight of said Goth girl's devastated expression from Ashley's vandalizing act, and Ashley decides against joining the squad, agrees to pay for the girl's new backpack, and gets the last laugh at the stinger of the episode by writing a ''scathing'' review about the cheerleaders' routine during the school assembly for the school newspaper, which ends with Ashley claiming she could barely hear the cheer over the flapping of the captain's ''thighs''.



---> '''Mary Kate:''' Well I guess Jennifer Dilber wins again.
---> '''Ashley:''' At least we can say we were at a college party.
---> '''Mary Kate:''' And that a cop showed up, and we nearly got arrested.
---> '''Ashley:''' I think we can make this work.

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---> --> '''Mary Kate:''' Well I guess Jennifer Dilber wins again.
---> --> '''Ashley:''' At least we can say we were at a college party.
---> --> '''Mary Kate:''' And that a cop showed up, and we nearly got arrested.
---> --> '''Ashley:''' I think we can make this work.



---> '''Ashley:''' "Oh my God, I look like Grandma!"

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---> --> '''Ashley:''' "Oh my God, I look like Grandma!"
4th Nov '17 4:13:36 PM libertpaulian
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* BumblingDad: Averted. Kevin is the butt of jokes a few times throughout the series, but he is shown to be a very competent, strong, and loving father. He also doesn't hesitate to lay down the law if Mary-Kate and/or Ashley step out of line.
21st May '17 4:00:13 PM JohnnyHuang
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*ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Eddie starts out as a regular member before disappearing about midway through the series' run without further mention.



* PunctuatedForEmphasis: When Kevin's car breaks down and he needs to not only drop Mary-Kate and Ashley to school but get to work himself, he enlists Carrie's help. His initial attempt at instructing Carrie proves to complicated for Carrie too comprehend, so he simplifies his instruction to "Us... your car... now." Carrie understands at once, and all four of them make their way to Carrie's car.

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: When Kevin's car breaks down and he needs to not only drop Mary-Kate and Ashley to school but get to work himself, he enlists Carrie's help. His initial attempt at instructing Carrie proves to too complicated for Carrie too to comprehend, so he simplifies his instruction to "Us... your car... now." Carrie understands at once, and all four of them make their way to Carrie's car.
19th Apr '17 1:05:56 AM annette12
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19th Apr '17 1:04:46 AM annette12
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18th Apr '17 9:57:49 PM annette12
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* ActorAllusion: During the pilot Mary-Kate says of poker "When we were young, Full House beat everything!"



* TheDanza: As is common for many Olsen twins works, their characters have the same names as them.
6th Mar '17 2:11:58 PM JohnnyHuang
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---> '''Ashley:''' "Oh my God, I look like Grandma"

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---> '''Ashley:''' "Oh my God, I look like Grandma"Grandma!"



* PunctuatedForEmphasis: When Kevin's car breaks down and he needs to not only drop Mary-Kate and Ashley to school but get to work himself, he enlists Carrie's help. His initial attempt at instructing Carrie proves to complicated for Carrie to comprehend, so he simplifies his instruction to "Us... your car... now." Carrie understands at once, and all four of them make their way to Carrie's car.

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: When Kevin's car breaks down and he needs to not only drop Mary-Kate and Ashley to school but get to work himself, he enlists Carrie's help. His initial attempt at instructing Carrie proves to complicated for Carrie to too comprehend, so he simplifies his instruction to "Us... your car... now." Carrie understands at once, and all four of them make their way to Carrie's car.
6th Mar '17 2:04:36 PM JohnnyHuang
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-->'''Brian:''' This is the worst day of my life! Two guys called me a hottie, and I got asked out by a boy named Carl.

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-->'''Brian:''' This is the worst day of my life! [[ComplimentBackfire Two guys called me a hottie, and I got asked out by a boy named Carl.]]



** This also occurs in an episode where Carrie convinces [[StraightMan Kevin]] to call in sick at work and go to a ballgame instead, which is the first time he's ever played hookey. He wins a car because of this- and ends up on the big screen and the evening news. When his boss calls, [[spoiler: the trope is revealed to be {{subverted}}; he was just asking to test drive the car]].

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** This also occurs in an episode where Carrie convinces [[StraightMan Kevin]] to call in sick at work and go to a ballgame instead, which is the first time he's ever played hookey.hooky. He wins a car because of this- and ends up on the big screen and the evening news. When his boss calls, [[spoiler: the trope is revealed to be {{subverted}}; he was just asking to test drive the car]].



** "Peeping Twins" literally implies that Mrs Baker and Mr Filmore are going to have sex.

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** "Peeping Twins" literally implies that Mrs Baker and Mr Mr. Filmore are going to have sex.



** Another episode has Kevin planning to break up with Nancy but Carrie tells her by accident, making Nancy even angrier that she knew in advance as well. The episode ends with Kevin finding one of his car mirrors smashed and Carrie gets away scott-free ''again''.

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** Another episode has Kevin planning to break up with Nancy but Carrie tells her by accident, making Nancy even angrier that she knew in advance as well. The episode ends with Kevin finding one of his car mirrors smashed and Carrie gets away scott-free scot-free ''again''.



* LovableJock: Mary Kate herself.

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* LovableJock: Mary Kate Mary-Kate herself.


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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: When Kevin's car breaks down and he needs to not only drop Mary-Kate and Ashley to school but get to work himself, he enlists Carrie's help. His initial attempt at instructing Carrie proves to complicated for Carrie to comprehend, so he simplifies his instruction to "Us... your car... now." Carrie understands at once, and all four of them make their way to Carrie's car.
5th May '16 9:05:26 PM nombretomado
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This show has parallels with ''FullHouse'', the most obvious examples being both the prominent roles the Olsen twins take up and Miller-Boyette as production company. It ran for one season only and was the last sitcom produced by Miller-Boyette.

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This show has parallels with ''FullHouse'', ''Series/FullHouse'', the most obvious examples being both the prominent roles the Olsen twins take up and Miller-Boyette as production company. It ran for one season only and was the last sitcom produced by Miller-Boyette.



* ActorAllusion: During the pilot Mary-Kate says of poker "When we were young, FullHouse beat everything!"

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* ActorAllusion: During the pilot Mary-Kate says of poker "When we were young, FullHouse Full House beat everything!"
19th Mar '16 5:28:44 AM Hossmeister
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