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14th Jul '17 6:20:36 PM malifee
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* According to WordOfGod, borne out by the beginning of ''Philosopher's Stone'', magical ability often presents itself in dangerous situations, which may explain why Vyvyan so often survives the unsurvivable. As for why he didn't go to Hogwarts: the policy with Muggleborn students is to send a wizard with the letter to explain what it means to the family. Can you imagine Hagrid or Dumbledore confronted with Vyvyan's mum, or even Vyvyan himself? Alternatively, he did attend Hogwarts and became a Death Eater (having graduated secondary school in the late seventies, the height of Voldemort's power); following Voldemort's defeat, he turned evidence against his former comrades and was Obliviated and relocated for his own protection. This explains his ardour for ultra-violence, as well as his supernatural survival abilities: he's got one or two horcruxes stashe about, including SPG.




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* Vyvyan is aware of this, which is why he shows no concern for his personal safety.




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** It's been implied that he had already graduated at least once, and was only continuing on as a "student" out of laziness.
8th Jun '17 3:59:46 AM AmuckCricetine
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Or, alternative, Scumbag's in [[Series/Torchwood Cardiff]], not London, and the lads are just too distracted to notice.

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Or, alternative, Scumbag's in [[Series/Torchwood [[Series/{{Torchwood}} Cardiff]], not London, and the lads are just too distracted to notice.
31st May '17 6:24:57 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: ''TheYoungOnes'' is set in the same universe as ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.]]

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[[WMG: ''TheYoungOnes'' ''The Young Ones'' is set in the same universe as ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.]]
16th Jan '17 9:59:41 AM StFan
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[[WMG: One day the boys will get their own movie and cross over with, DangerDays.]]

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[[WMG: One day the boys will get their own movie and cross over with, DangerDays.with ''Music/{{Danger Days|TheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys}}''.]]
30th May '16 2:00:27 PM malifee
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The {{Cutaway Gag}}s, the {{Animate Inanimate Object}}s, the {{Talking Animal}}s, the extreme randomness, the cartoonish violence. It all adds up.

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The {{Cutaway Gag}}s, the {{Animate Inanimate Object}}s, the {{Talking Animal}}s, the extreme randomness, the cartoonish violence. It all adds up.up.

[[WMG: Scumbag College's student accommodation is built over a [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Hellmouth]].]]
Or, alternative, Scumbag's in [[Series/Torchwood Cardiff]], not London, and the lads are just too distracted to notice.
28th Mar '15 8:51:50 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: ''TheYoungOnes'' is set in the same universe as ''FamilyGuy''.]]

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[[WMG: ''TheYoungOnes'' is set in the same universe as ''FamilyGuy''.''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''.]]
1st Aug '14 9:55:07 AM CynicalBastardo
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* [[ActorExistenceFailure Sadly, that can't be the case without Rick.]]
19th Jul '14 11:42:09 AM CynicalBastardo
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* As did Mike, since he's seen graduating in the first season's opening credits. He bribed the college to overturn his failed exams and consequently got his degree.
18th Jul '14 4:46:23 PM CynicalBastardo
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The {{Cutaway Gag}}s, the {{AnimateInanimateObject}}s, the {{Talking Animal}}s, the extreme randomness, the cartoonish violence. It all adds up.

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The {{Cutaway Gag}}s, the {{AnimateInanimateObject}}s, {{Animate Inanimate Object}}s, the {{Talking Animal}}s, the extreme randomness, the cartoonish violence. It all adds up.
18th Jul '14 4:46:04 PM CynicalBastardo
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The episode starts out with university finishing for the summer, and after Neil comes in to complain about his exams, he has an elaborate fantasy where, after being bullied by the other three to alleviate their boredom, he becomes the Incredible Hulk and dishes out some payback. When he "snaps out of it", he is shirtless and goes inside to lie down, implying it wasn't just a daydream...but another way of looking at it is, the daydream ''never ended''. It's notable that quite a lot of unpleasant things happen to the lads that don't get an explanation, even by the standards of the series, such as Mike casually mentioning Rick's parents are dead and it's never mentioned how, why or even if it's true. Neil quickly points out to Rick that after all the bad things Rick has done to Neil, Rick deserves this to happen to him, which is unusual in that something actually goes ''right'' for Neil. The lads get kicked out of the house (which Neil spends most of the time cleaning), and then the Postman brings them their exam results where Neil, not expert blackmailer Mike, gets the best score out of them. They then manage to ''successfully'' rob a bank (with everyone agreeing to pin the blame on Rick, not Neil, unlike the decision to eat Neil in "Flood"), Vyvyan crashes his car and SPG dies, both of which he treated with much more consideration than he ever did Neil, then, when the lads are all getting along and acting how Neil would like them to act, the fantasy is promptly ruined by them all crashing off a cliff, which fits in with Neil's pessimistic nature.

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The episode starts out with university finishing for the summer, and after Neil comes in to complain about his exams, he has an elaborate fantasy where, after being bullied by the other three to alleviate their boredom, he becomes the Incredible Hulk and dishes out some payback. When he "snaps out of it", he is shirtless and goes inside to lie down, implying it wasn't just a daydream...but another way of looking at it is, the daydream ''never ended''. It's notable that quite a lot of unpleasant things happen to the lads that don't get an explanation, even by the standards of the series, such as Mike casually mentioning Rick's parents are dead and it's never mentioned how, why or even if it's true. Neil quickly points out to Rick that after all the bad things Rick has done to Neil, Rick deserves this to happen to him, which is unusual in that something actually goes ''right'' for Neil. The lads get kicked out of the house (which Neil spends most of the time cleaning), and then the Postman brings them their exam results where Neil, not expert blackmailer Mike, gets the best score out of them. They then manage to ''successfully'' rob a bank (with everyone agreeing to pin the blame on Rick, not Neil, unlike the decision to eat Neil in "Flood"), Vyvyan crashes his car and SPG dies, both of which he treated with much more consideration than he ever did Neil, then, when the lads are all getting along and acting how Neil would like them to act, the fantasy is promptly ruined by them all crashing off a cliff, which fits in with Neil's pessimistic nature.nature.

[[WMG: ''TheYoungOnes'' is set in the same universe as ''FamilyGuy''.]]
The {{Cutaway Gag}}s, the {{AnimateInanimateObject}}s, the {{Talking Animal}}s, the extreme randomness, the cartoonish violence. It all adds up.
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