History Series / Undeclared

14th Nov '17 4:58:04 AM UchuuFlamenco
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* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Brits unaware of Charlie Hunnam (Lloyd) would assume he's an American actor as he cannot do a convincing English accent. In reality, Hunnam is English. Maybe he was told to do a posher [[{{IAmVeryBritish}} Received Pronunciation]] rather than his native North East via Cumbria dialect, but his accent in [[{{Series/QueerAsFolk}} Queer As Folk]] wasn't particularly strong. That some producer could tell the finer differences between his normal accent and the Queen's English but not the final catastrophic alternative is particularly bemusing.

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* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Brits unaware of Charlie Hunnam (Lloyd) would assume he's an American actor as he cannot do a convincing English accent. In reality, Hunnam is English. Maybe he was told to do a posher [[{{IAmVeryBritish}} Received Pronunciation]] rather than his native North East via Cumbria dialect, but his accent in [[{{Series/QueerAsFolk}} Queer As Folk]] ''Series/QueerAsFolk'' wasn't particularly strong. That some producer could tell the finer differences between his normal accent and the Queen's English but not the final catastrophic alternative is particularly bemusing.
14th Nov '17 4:57:38 AM UchuuFlamenco
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* SoundtrackDissonance: Played for laughs. When Eric is chasing Steven all over campus, the ''{{Mortal Kombat}}'' theme song plays, even though Steven is running for his life and spends the entire episode trying to avoid a fistfight.

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* SoundtrackDissonance: Played for laughs. When Eric is chasing Steven all over campus, the ''{{Mortal Kombat}}'' ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' theme song plays, even though Steven is running for his life and spends the entire episode trying to avoid a fistfight.
26th Mar '17 10:02:48 AM nombretomado
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* SpecialGuest: Creator/AdamSandler and Ted Nugent playing themselves. Creator/WillFerrell, Creator/BenStiller, Kyle Gass and [[{{Numb3rs}} David Krumholtz]] played minor characters in certain episodes.

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* SpecialGuest: Creator/AdamSandler and Ted Nugent playing themselves. Creator/WillFerrell, Creator/BenStiller, Kyle Gass and [[{{Numb3rs}} [[Series/{{Numb3rs}} David Krumholtz]] played minor characters in certain episodes.
21st Dec '16 3:28:09 PM Discar
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* AManIsNotAVirgin: [[PlayingWithATrope Mocked.]] One character pretends to be a virgin during a game of "Truth or Dare" so that the girls will seek to rectify that situation. It works.
1st Oct '16 1:47:17 PM toregg
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* ReadingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud

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* ReadingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud ReadingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud: In episode 11, Perry does this while trying to help Lloyd read a play - "As your mother, I am very disappointed that you want to kill your brother, she sighs and exits with her luggage".
30th Sep '16 2:44:55 PM toregg
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** Will Ferrell is referenced and appears in an episode as a dealer in term papers.

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** Will Ferrell is referenced and appears in an the fourth episode as a cast member of "Saturday Night Live", which makes it odd that he cameos as a guy named Dave in episode 7, as a dealer in term papers.
7th Aug '16 4:41:58 AM Adept
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Subsequent episodes elaborate more on Steven's roommates and Lizzie's roommate Rachel (Creator/MonicaKeena). While Steven has not quite shed his geek image, his roommates warm up to him. Lloyd (Charlie Hunnam) is a Theatre Major from England and shares the same bedroom with Steven. He is quite popular with the ladies and becomes a sort of mentor to Steven. Ron (SethRogen) is a Business Major and for the most part the more sensible one of the group, though he has his own issues with girls and dating. Marshall (Timm Sharp) is a Music Major with a big crush on Rachel and who could be slightly neurotic, trying to pick up on Lloyd's mannerisms.

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Subsequent episodes elaborate more on Steven's roommates and Lizzie's roommate Rachel (Creator/MonicaKeena). While Steven has not quite shed his geek image, his roommates warm up to him. Lloyd (Charlie Hunnam) is a Theatre Major from England and shares the same bedroom with Steven. He is quite popular with the ladies and becomes a sort of mentor to Steven. Ron (SethRogen) (Creator/SethRogen) is a Business Major and for the most part the more sensible one of the group, though he has his own issues with girls and dating. Marshall (Timm Sharp) is a Music Major with a big crush on Rachel and who could be slightly neurotic, trying to pick up on Lloyd's mannerisms.
19th May '16 5:00:47 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Brits unaware of Charlie Hunnam (Lloyd) would assume he's an American actor as he cannot do a convincing English accent. In reality, Hunnam is English. Maybe he was told to do a posher [[{{IAmVeryBritish}} Received Pronunciation]] rather than his native North East via Cumbria dialect, but his accent in [[{{QueerAsFolk}} Queer As Folk]] wasn't particularly strong. That some producer could tell the finer differences between his normal accent and the Queen's English but not the final catastrophic alternative is particularly bemusing.

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* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: Brits unaware of Charlie Hunnam (Lloyd) would assume he's an American actor as he cannot do a convincing English accent. In reality, Hunnam is English. Maybe he was told to do a posher [[{{IAmVeryBritish}} Received Pronunciation]] rather than his native North East via Cumbria dialect, but his accent in [[{{QueerAsFolk}} [[{{Series/QueerAsFolk}} Queer As Folk]] wasn't particularly strong. That some producer could tell the finer differences between his normal accent and the Queen's English but not the final catastrophic alternative is particularly bemusing.
16th May '16 11:12:05 PM erforce
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* CelebrityParadox: Will Ferrell is referenced and appears in an episode as a dealer in term papers. The gang are also fans of Adam Sandler but fail to recognize Ben Stiller who also starred in ''Happy Gilmore''.
** Stiller did not star in ''Happy Gilmore'', in fact he was not even credited in that movie. He also had no screentime with the main cast, only appearing with Eric, Greg and Eugene.
** Kyle Gass plays one of Eric's co-workers but there's a Music/TenaciousD poster in one of the dorms. There are also several pieces of ''ThisIsSpinalTap'' memorabilia, despite Fred Willard playing a professor.

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* CelebrityParadox: CelebrityParadox:
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Will Ferrell is referenced and appears in an episode as a dealer in term papers. The gang are also fans of Adam Sandler but fail to recognize Ben Stiller who also starred in ''Happy Gilmore''.
** Stiller did not star in ''Happy Gilmore'', in fact he was not even credited in that movie. He also had no screentime with the main cast, only appearing with Eric, Greg and Eugene.
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** Kyle Gass plays one of Eric's co-workers but there's a Music/TenaciousD poster in one of the dorms. There are also several pieces of ''ThisIsSpinalTap'' ''Film/ThisIsSpinalTap'' memorabilia, despite Fred Willard playing a professor.
30th Mar '16 12:42:24 PM Mdumas43073
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: It's in a time capsule of the early 2000's with constant references to the pop culture of the time, including a worship of Creator/AdamSandler, quoting Film/TheMatrix and generally just being extremely contemporary.
** Seth Rogen himself acknowledges this in one of the commentaries.
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