History Trivia / ToBoldlyFlee

17th Nov '17 9:28:26 AM costanton11
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* FunnyCharacterBoringActor: Inverted. [[spoiler:Doug]] is the one trying to ease the tension while Critic is quietly pissed off and hurt.

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* FunnyCharacterBoringActor: Inverted. When the Nostalgia Critic meets [[spoiler:Doug Walker]], [[spoiler:Doug]] is the one trying to ease the tension while Critic is quietly pissed off and hurt.
27th Jul '17 5:06:35 PM nombretomado
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** JesuOtaku and Paw often found themselves standing next to each other in crowd scenes, which led to the {{Running Gag}} of JO always picking Paw to test his inventions on.

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** JesuOtaku WebVideo/JesuOtaku and Paw often found themselves standing next to each other in crowd scenes, which led to the {{Running Gag}} of JO always picking Paw to test his inventions on.
5th Jun '17 4:19:25 PM emeriin
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* WordOfGay: Rob's not a fan, but Doug's commentary confirms Zod and Turrell were together in all senses of the word. He actually seems to regret this in later videos, not because of the 'gay' aspect, but because he couldn't go far enough on-screen. A bit odd, since they explicitly only knew each other for two days total.

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* WordOfGay: Rob's not a fan, but Doug's commentary confirms Zod and Turrell were together in all senses of the word. He actually seems to regret this in later videos, not because of the 'gay' aspect, but because he couldn't go far enough on-screen. A bit odd, since they explicitly only knew each other for two days total.
5th Jun '17 3:22:20 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* WordOfGay: Rob's not a fan, but Doug's commentary confirms Zod and Turrell were together in all senses of the word. He actually seems to regret this in later videos, not because of the 'gay' aspect, but because he couldn't go far enough on-screen.

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* WordOfGay: Rob's not a fan, but Doug's commentary confirms Zod and Turrell were together in all senses of the word. He actually seems to regret this in later videos, not because of the 'gay' aspect, but because he couldn't go far enough on-screen. A bit odd, since they explicitly only knew each other for two days total.
3rd Apr '17 5:59:45 PM nombretomado
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** After leaving Channel Awesome, {{Phelous}} described ''To Boldly Flee'' as "The worst movie in the universe", claiming that the film's [[{{Narm}} attempts at being "serious" while also balancing the comedy didn't work well]] and criticizing its lifting of scenes wholesale from other movies. Phelous also claimed that some people on the site were gossiping about him "half assing" the effects that he was contracted to do for the film, and attempted to get {{Welshy}} to spy on him to ensure that he was doing a good job (which Welshy ended up not doing). His earlier commentary of the film consisted of himself, WebVideo/ObscurusLupa and BradJones making fun of it. Making occasional backhanded jokes about ''To Boldly Flee'' has also gone on to become a RunningGag in Phelous' reviews.

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** After leaving Channel Awesome, {{Phelous}} WebVideo/{{Phelous}} described ''To Boldly Flee'' as "The worst movie in the universe", claiming that the film's [[{{Narm}} attempts at being "serious" while also balancing the comedy didn't work well]] and criticizing its lifting of scenes wholesale from other movies. Phelous also claimed that some people on the site were gossiping about him "half assing" the effects that he was contracted to do for the film, and attempted to get {{Welshy}} to spy on him to ensure that he was doing a good job (which Welshy ended up not doing). His earlier commentary of the film consisted of himself, WebVideo/ObscurusLupa and BradJones making fun of it. Making occasional backhanded jokes about ''To Boldly Flee'' has also gone on to become a RunningGag in Phelous' reviews.
26th Mar '17 11:30:51 AM nombretomado
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** After leaving Channel Awesome, {{Phelous}} described ''To Boldly Flee'' as "The worst movie in the universe", claiming that the film's [[{{Narm}} attempts at being "serious" while also balancing the comedy didn't work well]] and criticizing its lifting of scenes wholesale from other movies. Phelous also claimed that some people on the site were gossiping about him "half assing" the effects that he was contracted to do for the film, and attempted to get {{Welshy}} to spy on him to ensure that he was doing a good job (which Welshy ended up not doing). His earlier commentary of the film consisted of himself, ObscurusLupa and BradJones making fun of it. Making occasional backhanded jokes about ''To Boldly Flee'' has also gone on to become a RunningGag in Phelous' reviews.

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** After leaving Channel Awesome, {{Phelous}} described ''To Boldly Flee'' as "The worst movie in the universe", claiming that the film's [[{{Narm}} attempts at being "serious" while also balancing the comedy didn't work well]] and criticizing its lifting of scenes wholesale from other movies. Phelous also claimed that some people on the site were gossiping about him "half assing" the effects that he was contracted to do for the film, and attempted to get {{Welshy}} to spy on him to ensure that he was doing a good job (which Welshy ended up not doing). His earlier commentary of the film consisted of himself, ObscurusLupa WebVideo/ObscurusLupa and BradJones making fun of it. Making occasional backhanded jokes about ''To Boldly Flee'' has also gone on to become a RunningGag in Phelous' reviews.
11th Mar '17 10:07:26 AM nombretomado
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** Doug and Rob's direction for Noah's performance as Turrell was to [[LargeHam ham it up as much as possible]]. Having watched ''Film/BattlefieldEarth'' to prepare for the role, Noah had noted that JohnTravolta's Terl had two settings - LargeHam and (as Noah describes it) "speaking through clenched teeth" - and learnt the second voice so that he could provide alternate takes in the second voice.

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** Doug and Rob's direction for Noah's performance as Turrell was to [[LargeHam ham it up as much as possible]]. Having watched ''Film/BattlefieldEarth'' to prepare for the role, Noah had noted that JohnTravolta's Creator/JohnTravolta's Terl had two settings - LargeHam and (as Noah describes it) "speaking through clenched teeth" - and learnt the second voice so that he could provide alternate takes in the second voice.
11th Mar '17 9:21:02 AM nombretomado
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** Female fans have been asking for a Critic/Chick crossover with Doug dressed as Creator/TimCurry ever since ''{{Ferngully}}''. ''Part 1'' gives them a winking smile, even though it'll remain to be seen if the review comes to pass.

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** Female fans have been asking for a Critic/Chick crossover with Doug dressed as Creator/TimCurry ever since ''{{Ferngully}}''.''WesternAnimation/FernGullyTheLastRainforest''. ''Part 1'' gives them a winking smile, even though it'll remain to be seen if the review comes to pass.
25th Oct '16 3:53:50 PM dlchen145
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* PlayingAgainstType: Orlando here is playing a nervous geeky guy, when he usually plays evil and {{badass}} characters.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Orlando here is playing a nervous geeky guy, when he usually plays evil and {{badass}} badass characters.
12th May '16 5:56:17 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** After leaving Channel Awesome, {{Phelous}} described ''To Boldly Flee'' as "The worst movie in the universe", claiming that the film's [[{{Narm}} attempts at being "serious" while also balancing the comedy didn't work well]] and criticizing its lifting of scenes wholesale from other movies. Phelous also claimed that some people on the site were gossiping about him "half assing" the effects that he was contracted to do for the film, and sent {{Welshy}} to spy on him to ensure that he was doing a good job (which Welshy ended up not doing). His earlier commentary of the film consisted of himself, ObscurusLupa and BradJones making fun of it.

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** After leaving Channel Awesome, {{Phelous}} described ''To Boldly Flee'' as "The worst movie in the universe", claiming that the film's [[{{Narm}} attempts at being "serious" while also balancing the comedy didn't work well]] and criticizing its lifting of scenes wholesale from other movies. Phelous also claimed that some people on the site were gossiping about him "half assing" the effects that he was contracted to do for the film, and sent attempted to get {{Welshy}} to spy on him to ensure that he was doing a good job (which Welshy ended up not doing). His earlier commentary of the film consisted of himself, ObscurusLupa and BradJones making fun of it. Making occasional backhanded jokes about ''To Boldly Flee'' has also gone on to become a RunningGag in Phelous' reviews.
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