History WMG / ScottPilgrim

7th Oct '17 11:30:47 AM Beacon80
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Considering the Vibes in both the flashback and present, there could have been something, but then Scott got distracted by Kim and promptly ran off figuratively speaking. Though by the time they reunite later, Scott's heading has changed so much that resuming anything wasn't possible, considering Lisa hasn't really shifted much from those days in this regard.

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Considering the Vibes in both the flashback and present, there could have been something, but then Scott got distracted by Kim and promptly ran off figuratively speaking. Though by the time they reunite later, Scott's heading has changed so much that resuming anything wasn't possible, considering Lisa hasn't really shifted much from those days in this regard.regard.

[[WMG: At the end of the movie, Nega-Scott swears revenge on Scott]]
Scott and Nega-Scott agreed to meet later in the week for brunch, but then Scott leaves town with Ramona. My headcannon is that Nega-Scott swears to get revenge for this slight, but, being a copy of Scott, he never gets around to it.
13th Jun '17 2:32:19 AM ReiKusanagi
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Despite her entire arc being about obsession with a boy, Knives never had any actual chemistry with Scott or reason to like him. More likely her interest was simply due to the excitement of feeling loved and desired and the desperation to maintain that feeling of validation. Her other relationhip, one with Neil, was for ulterior motives and she was uninterested in him at all. Like a lot of Asian teenagers, her parents are actively trying to make her date an Asian guy and so she probably hasn't even put much thought into her sexuality or even considered she isn't straight. However, she says to her mom in the first book before meeting Scott that she's not interested in having a boyfriend and in the fourth book says she can't stand guys because they all look the same. Her fangirl love of Envy seems to go beyond a level of admiration to the point that she excitedly points out that her and Envy had indirectly kissed. Finally, there's the fact she makes out with Kim and dates her in the game and sure seems to enjoy it.

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Despite her entire arc being about obsession with a boy, Knives never had any actual chemistry with Scott or reason to like him. More likely her interest was simply due to the excitement of feeling loved and desired and the desperation to maintain that feeling of validation. Her other relationhip, one with Neil, was for ulterior motives and she was uninterested in him at all. Like a lot of Asian teenagers, her parents are actively trying to make her date an Asian guy and so she probably hasn't even put much thought into her sexuality or even considered she isn't straight. However, she says to her mom in the first book before meeting Scott that she's not interested in having a boyfriend and in the fourth book says she can't stand guys because they all look the same. Her fangirl love of Envy seems to go beyond a level of admiration to the point that she excitedly points out that her and Envy had indirectly kissed. Finally, there's the fact she makes out with Kim and dates her in the game and sure seems to enjoy it.it.

[[WMG: Fate wise there was something between Scott and Lisa, but it got derailed by Scott's tendencies]]
Considering the Vibes in both the flashback and present, there could have been something, but then Scott got distracted by Kim and promptly ran off figuratively speaking. Though by the time they reunite later, Scott's heading has changed so much that resuming anything wasn't possible, considering Lisa hasn't really shifted much from those days in this regard.
26th Feb '17 3:17:52 AM Krubby
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Think about it. Scott is the only we see with a subspace route through his head, meaning anyone can go through it who knows what to do. Considering they are crowded in America, this practice is not exactly rare. In this sense, Scott has a mental hole in his head or perhaps that his mind is somewhat effected by the tunnel's presence. He has trouble identifying with people and knowing what he did because of such.

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Think about it. Scott is the only we see with a subspace route through his head, meaning anyone can go through it who knows what to do. Considering they are crowded in America, this practice is not exactly rare. In this sense, Scott has a mental hole in his head or perhaps that his mind is somewhat effected by the tunnel's presence. He has trouble identifying with people and knowing what he did because of such.such.

[[WMG: Knives is a closeted lesbian]]
Despite her entire arc being about obsession with a boy, Knives never had any actual chemistry with Scott or reason to like him. More likely her interest was simply due to the excitement of feeling loved and desired and the desperation to maintain that feeling of validation. Her other relationhip, one with Neil, was for ulterior motives and she was uninterested in him at all. Like a lot of Asian teenagers, her parents are actively trying to make her date an Asian guy and so she probably hasn't even put much thought into her sexuality or even considered she isn't straight. However, she says to her mom in the first book before meeting Scott that she's not interested in having a boyfriend and in the fourth book says she can't stand guys because they all look the same. Her fangirl love of Envy seems to go beyond a level of admiration to the point that she excitedly points out that her and Envy had indirectly kissed. Finally, there's the fact she makes out with Kim and dates her in the game and sure seems to enjoy it.
24th Jan '17 4:56:21 AM Gosicrystal
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After another failed show, Scott takes the band home to play Level Three. Level three, appropriately, [[RuleOfThree has three bosses]]; Todd Ingram, Envy, and Lynette. Someone (probably Wallace) notes how much Envy looks like Scott's ex-girlfriend, Natalie, and they begin to superimpose Scott's history with her on the character. Todd's name is actually Scott, but they [[FanNickname mentally correct it]] to Todd, after the guy Natalie cheated on Scott with. His powers are also never fully explained, so [[EpilepticTrees Wallace jokingly suggests]] that he gets his powers from being a vegan, and it ends up sticking. Lynette is an [[OptionalBossBattle Optional Boss]] who Scott [[LostForever misses]]. Todd ends up being [[ThatOneBoss an even harder boss than Lucas]], and Scott uses a cheat to make Todd's attacks weaker. The police arrest him at the end, and Wallace calls them the Vegan Police. Within the fandom (although unknown to Scott and his friends), Todd x Lynette are a FanPreferredCouple, despite having [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight no chemistry onscreen]].

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After another failed show, Scott takes the band home to play Level Three. Level three, appropriately, [[RuleOfThree has three bosses]]; Todd Ingram, Envy, and Lynette. Someone (probably Wallace) notes how much Envy looks like Scott's ex-girlfriend, Natalie, and they begin to superimpose Scott's history with her on the character. Todd's name is actually Scott, but they [[FanNickname mentally correct it]] to Todd, after the guy Natalie cheated on Scott with. His powers are also never fully explained, so [[EpilepticTrees Wallace jokingly suggests]] that he gets his powers from being a vegan, and it ends up sticking. Lynette is an [[OptionalBossBattle Optional Boss]] who Scott [[LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent misses]]. Todd ends up being [[ThatOneBoss an even harder boss than Lucas]], and Scott uses a cheat to make Todd's attacks weaker. The police arrest him at the end, and Wallace calls them the Vegan Police. Within the fandom (although unknown to Scott and his friends), Todd x Lynette are a FanPreferredCouple, despite having [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight no chemistry onscreen]].
10th Sep '16 4:20:10 AM sabrina_diamond
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[[spoiler:After Scott and Ramona jump through the hyperspace subway door, it will [[StableTimeLoop restart the whole timeline]], culminating in HereWeGoAgain.]]

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[[spoiler:After Scott and Ramona jump through the hyperspace subway door, it will endlessly [[StableTimeLoop restart the whole timeline]], culminating in into HereWeGoAgain.]]
10th Sep '16 4:19:37 AM sabrina_diamond
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[[spoiler:After Scott and Ramona jump through the hyperspace subway, it will [[StableTimeLoop restart the whole timeline]], culminating in HereWeGoAgain.

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[[spoiler:After Scott and Ramona jump through the hyperspace subway, subway door, it will [[StableTimeLoop restart the whole timeline]], culminating in HereWeGoAgain.
HereWeGoAgain.]]
10th Sep '16 4:19:00 AM sabrina_diamond
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[[WMG: Scott Pilgrim's conclusion is a ResetButtonEnding.]]
[[spoiler:After Scott and Ramona jump through the hyperspace subway, it will [[StableTimeLoop restart the whole timeline]], culminating in HereWeGoAgain.
7th Feb '16 3:41:07 PM nombretomado
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Toons and animated characters are long gone since the [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation Golden Age]] of the 1940's, and instead VideogameCharacters and VideogamePhysics are today's cultural norm. Instead of [[AnvilOnHead falling anvils]], cartoon explosions, and [[PortableHole portable black holes]], we've got [[BossBattle Boss Battles]] and [[PinataEnemy Pinata Enemies]], [[HumongousMecha Giant killer Robots]], [[ReflectingLaser Frickin Laser beams]], and [[HyperspaceMallet Subspace Mallets]]. But it's okay! Just like there was no clear way to kill a toon (except for the infamous Dip), [[OneUp 1-Ups]] are a common commodity for players. All that's missing are [[RogerRabbitEffect video game cameos]] from the [[SuperMarioBros moustached brothers]] themselves!

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Toons and animated characters are long gone since the [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation Golden Age]] of the 1940's, and instead VideogameCharacters and VideogamePhysics are today's cultural norm. Instead of [[AnvilOnHead falling anvils]], cartoon explosions, and [[PortableHole portable black holes]], we've got [[BossBattle Boss Battles]] and [[PinataEnemy Pinata Enemies]], [[HumongousMecha Giant killer Robots]], [[ReflectingLaser Frickin Laser beams]], and [[HyperspaceMallet Subspace Mallets]]. But it's okay! Just like there was no clear way to kill a toon (except for the infamous Dip), [[OneUp 1-Ups]] are a common commodity for players. All that's missing are [[RogerRabbitEffect video game cameos]] from the [[SuperMarioBros moustached brothers]] themselves!
1st Feb '16 6:27:12 AM EarlOfSandvich
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[[WMG: Scott Pilgrim takes place in the same world as NoMoreHeroes.]]

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[[WMG: Scott Pilgrim takes place in the same world as NoMoreHeroes.VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes.]]
13th Dec '15 7:48:50 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Comeau is a mutant with [[XFactor Layla Miller's]] ability to "Know Stuff"]]

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[[WMG: Comeau is a mutant with [[XFactor [[ComicBook/XFactor Layla Miller's]] ability to "Know Stuff"]]
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