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7th Mar '17 5:53:50 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Chick/Sevenofeleven will attempt to assimilate MarzGurl, only to be stopped half way by Lupa, leaving Marzgurl as The Major.]]
* It would explain Chick with the drill in the trailer and why MarzGurl is playing a robotic character. Plus, Lupa uses the line "Get away from her you bitch!" so that could mean both parties are female, or she didn't feel like paraphrasing.

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[[WMG: Chick/Sevenofeleven will attempt to assimilate MarzGurl, WebVideo/MarzGurl, only to be stopped half way by Lupa, leaving Marzgurl as The Major.]]
* It would explain Chick with the drill in the trailer and why MarzGurl [=MarzGurl=] is playing a robotic character. Plus, Lupa uses the line "Get away from her you bitch!" so that could mean both parties are female, or she didn't feel like paraphrasing.



** {{Jossed}} after Part Six, Lupa's line is in reference to JesuOtaku. MarzGurl isn't touched.

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** {{Jossed}} after Part Six, Lupa's line is in reference to JesuOtaku. MarzGurl [=MarzGurl=] isn't touched.



[[WMG: Angry Joe and MarzGurl will be assimilated as well eventually.]]

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[[WMG: Angry Joe and MarzGurl WebVideo/MarzGurl will be assimilated as well eventually.]]



* MarzGurl is Andorian. Why? Because even when everyone's an alien, MarzGurl still has to stand out as a tad ''more'' "alien." As a human she stands out with cool hair; in space, she can stand out with cool hair, cool skin, and cool antennae. Plus, Andorians have a militaristic side, which fits with her persona in all the movies (especially "Kickassia"). MarzGurl is Chief of Security.

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* MarzGurl WebVideo/MarzGurl is Andorian. Why? Because even when everyone's an alien, MarzGurl [=MarzGurl=] still has to stand out as a tad ''more'' "alien." As a human she stands out with cool hair; in space, she can stand out with cool hair, cool skin, and cool antennae. Plus, Andorians have a militaristic side, which fits with her persona in all the movies (especially "Kickassia"). MarzGurl [=MarzGurl=] is Chief of Security.
5th Mar '17 5:33:11 PM nombretomado
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* [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Seven of Eleven]] is in the process of regaining her human identity as [[TheNostalgiaChick Lindsay Ellis,]] with the help of the ship's doctors T'Lisa and T'Nella. In the Collective, Seven of Eleven assimilated vast quantities of data related to famous fictional characters. She now works in the Exit-Strategy's Canonmetrics Bay, where she monitors fluctuations in various canon universes that the ship encounters (such as the MarvelComics Universe, the realm of DisneyAnimatedCanon, and so on).

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* [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Seven of Eleven]] is in the process of regaining her human identity as [[TheNostalgiaChick Lindsay Ellis,]] with the help of the ship's doctors T'Lisa and T'Nella. In the Collective, Seven of Eleven assimilated vast quantities of data related to famous fictional characters. She now works in the Exit-Strategy's Canonmetrics Bay, where she monitors fluctuations in various canon universes that the ship encounters (such as the MarvelComics Universe, Franchise/MarvelUniverse, the realm of DisneyAnimatedCanon, and so on).
5th Mar '17 3:53:25 PM nombretomado
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* {{Benzaie}} is a human, and the token "foreign" character (from the perspective of the American audience "Star Trek" is aimed at). He [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries constantly points out that the French "invented" this or that, and his accent is now a tad exaggerated.]]But he also loves to remind everyone that at least he doesn't have [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration a British accent.]][[Series/StarTrekVoyager He even goes on a French vision quest]] [[MagicalNativeAmerican to ask for guidance from his ancestors,]] Napoleon, Joan of Arc, and Andre the Giant.

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* {{Benzaie}} WebVideo/{{Benzaie}} is a human, and the token "foreign" character (from the perspective of the American audience "Star Trek" is aimed at). He [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries constantly points out that the French "invented" this or that, and his accent is now a tad exaggerated.]]But he also loves to remind everyone that at least he doesn't have [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration a British accent.]][[Series/StarTrekVoyager He even goes on a French vision quest]] [[MagicalNativeAmerican to ask for guidance from his ancestors,]] Napoleon, Joan of Arc, and Andre the Giant.
20th Jan '17 5:27:19 AM Doug86
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[[WMG:The Plot Hole created a biometric duplicate of the U.S.S. Exit-Strategy, resulting in a full-on StarTrek parody version of the ship and crew.]]

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[[WMG:The Plot Hole created a biometric duplicate of the U.S.S. Exit-Strategy, resulting in a full-on StarTrek Franchise/StarTrek parody version of the ship and crew.]]



* [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] is now an Android, of [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Data's]] design. This allows him to essentially be both the perfect Starfleet officer (as Linkara would be), and a human database on everything in the "Star Trek" universe (as Linkara already is). And it now makes even more sense for him to have an evil robotic twin, as Data had one too (Lore).
* [[StarTrekVoyager Seven of Eleven]] is in the process of regaining her human identity as [[TheNostalgiaChick Lindsay Ellis,]] with the help of the ship's doctors T'Lisa and T'Nella. In the Collective, Seven of Eleven assimilated vast quantities of data related to famous fictional characters. She now works in the Exit-Strategy's Canonmetrics Bay, where she monitors fluctuations in various canon universes that the ship encounters (such as the MarvelComics Universe, the realm of DisneyAnimatedCanon, and so on).
* {{Phelous}} is still a [[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries redshirt]], but it's even worse. He is a Trill/Vorta hybrid, who is joined, who also happens to hold the deadly rank of Crewman and sport a red-shirted uniform. As a joined (half)Trill, Phelous has not only experienced many gruesome deaths, but is haunted by the consciousnesses of several past hosts sharing his brain (some of whom are psychotic murderers, others of which are just super obnoxious characters who interrupt his thoughts with things like "Duyeeee!" and "My god!"). Being half Vorta, Phelous has a never-ending supply of clone-bodies, leading to even more immortality. Plus, his eyes are very wide and striking, certainly inherited from his Vorta parent. Being only half-Vorta however, he doesn't worship the Founders; he just heckles them. Add to that the curse of the redshirt, and you have....well, a pretty believable explanation for Phelous in a nutshell.
* {{Sage}} is still a [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Betazoid and ship's counselor.]] And he's still just as useless in both endeavors.
* ObscurusLupa is El Aurian ([[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Guinan's species]]), being the only one able to sense changes onboard that no one else notices. Also, only someone with powerful mental abilities would be able to put up with all the horrible movies she's reviewed, and a nut like Phelous. When Seven of Eleven criticizes Lupa's "slutty" red hair, the latter chooses to cover it with an even more attention-grabbing alien hat (a-la Guinan).

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* [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] is now an Android, of [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Data's]] design. This allows him to essentially be both the perfect Starfleet officer (as Linkara would be), and a human database on everything in the "Star Trek" universe (as Linkara already is). And it now makes even more sense for him to have an evil robotic twin, as Data had one too (Lore).
* [[StarTrekVoyager [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Seven of Eleven]] is in the process of regaining her human identity as [[TheNostalgiaChick Lindsay Ellis,]] with the help of the ship's doctors T'Lisa and T'Nella. In the Collective, Seven of Eleven assimilated vast quantities of data related to famous fictional characters. She now works in the Exit-Strategy's Canonmetrics Bay, where she monitors fluctuations in various canon universes that the ship encounters (such as the MarvelComics Universe, the realm of DisneyAnimatedCanon, and so on).
* {{Phelous}} is still a [[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries redshirt]], but it's even worse. He is a Trill/Vorta hybrid, who is joined, who also happens to hold the deadly rank of Crewman and sport a red-shirted uniform. As a joined (half)Trill, Phelous has not only experienced many gruesome deaths, but is haunted by the consciousnesses of several past hosts sharing his brain (some of whom are psychotic murderers, others of which are just super obnoxious characters who interrupt his thoughts with things like "Duyeeee!" and "My god!"). Being half Vorta, Phelous has a never-ending supply of clone-bodies, leading to even more immortality. Plus, his eyes are very wide and striking, certainly inherited from his Vorta parent. Being only half-Vorta however, he doesn't worship the Founders; he just heckles them. Add to that the curse of the redshirt, and you have....well, a pretty believable explanation for Phelous in a nutshell.
* {{Sage}} is still a [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Betazoid and ship's counselor.]] And he's still just as useless in both endeavors.
* ObscurusLupa is El Aurian ([[StarTrekTheNextGeneration ([[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Guinan's species]]), being the only one able to sense changes onboard that no one else notices. Also, only someone with powerful mental abilities would be able to put up with all the horrible movies she's reviewed, and a nut like Phelous. When Seven of Eleven criticizes Lupa's "slutty" red hair, the latter chooses to cover it with an even more attention-grabbing alien hat (a-la Guinan).



* {{Benzaie}} is a human, and the token "foreign" character (from the perspective of the American audience "Star Trek" is aimed at). He [[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries constantly points out that the French "invented" this or that, and his accent is now a tad exaggerated.]]But he also loves to remind everyone that at least he doesn't have [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration a British accent.]][[StarTrekVoyager He even goes on a French vision quest]] [[MagicalNativeAmerican to ask for guidance from his ancestors,]] Napoleon, Joan of Arc, and Andre the Giant.
* Luke is a [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration human and boy genius]], hence why he hangs out with who he thinks is a Vulcan. Shut up, Luke!
* [[ToddInTheShadows Todd]] is a [[StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Breen]]--you know, the species that never removes their helmets, and no one has ever seen what one looks like.

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* {{Benzaie}} is a human, and the token "foreign" character (from the perspective of the American audience "Star Trek" is aimed at). He [[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries constantly points out that the French "invented" this or that, and his accent is now a tad exaggerated.]]But he also loves to remind everyone that at least he doesn't have [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration a British accent.]][[StarTrekVoyager ]][[Series/StarTrekVoyager He even goes on a French vision quest]] [[MagicalNativeAmerican to ask for guidance from his ancestors,]] Napoleon, Joan of Arc, and Andre the Giant.
* Luke is a [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration human and boy genius]], hence why he hangs out with who he thinks is a Vulcan. Shut up, Luke!
* [[ToddInTheShadows Todd]] is a [[StarTrekDeepSpaceNine [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Breen]]--you know, the species that never removes their helmets, and no one has ever seen what one looks like.



* JesuOtaku is [[StarTrekVoyager Ocampan.]] Small and meek in appearance, untold powers ready to emerge if only triggered (in this case, with electrocution)? Sounds Ocampan to this troper. J.O.'s transformation into Ed from "Cowboy Bebop" made him into a higher entity, in a sense, at least in terms of scientific intelligence. On a more serious note, one could arguably compare a person coming out as transgendered to Kes's choice to allow her powers to emerge rather than continuing to attempt fitting in with the Humanoids.

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* JesuOtaku is [[StarTrekVoyager [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Ocampan.]] Small and meek in appearance, untold powers ready to emerge if only triggered (in this case, with electrocution)? Sounds Ocampan to this troper. J.O.'s transformation into Ed from "Cowboy Bebop" made him into a higher entity, in a sense, at least in terms of scientific intelligence. On a more serious note, one could arguably compare a person coming out as transgendered to Kes's choice to allow her powers to emerge rather than continuing to attempt fitting in with the Humanoids.



* [[TheGameHeores 8-Bit Mickey]] is a [[StarTrekVoyager Human/Klingon hybrid. He attempts to control the raging Klingon within him, and keep to his technical human engineer side, but isn't always successful.]] Don't call him short.

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* [[TheGameHeores 8-Bit Mickey]] is a [[StarTrekVoyager [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Human/Klingon hybrid. He attempts to control the raging Klingon within him, and keep to his technical human engineer side, but isn't always successful.]] Don't call him short.



* [[TheNostalgiaCritic Malcolm and Tamara]] are both [[StarTrekDeepSPaceNine Founders]] (Changelings). They take so many different forms its ridiculous! Malcom is a very important Founder, his fondest form being his black-and-red suit and Santan-like demeanor. Tamara meanwhile likes to use her shape-shifting powers to disguise and spy on people, and then report on all the weird sights she's just seen for the first time.

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* [[TheNostalgiaCritic Malcolm and Tamara]] are both [[StarTrekDeepSPaceNine [[Series/StarTrekDeepSPaceNine Founders]] (Changelings). They take so many different forms its ridiculous! Malcom is a very important Founder, his fondest form being his black-and-red suit and Santan-like demeanor. Tamara meanwhile likes to use her shape-shifting powers to disguise and spy on people, and then report on all the weird sights she's just seen for the first time.



* ThatChickWithTheGoggles is now a female [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Geordi La Forge]], and the Chief Engineer.

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* ThatChickWithTheGoggles is now a female [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Geordi La Forge]], and the Chief Engineer.
14th Jan '17 1:10:36 AM SallyShears
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[[WMG:The Nostalgia Chick's temporary assimilation is responsible for her change from reviews to video essays.]]
For those who don't know, Lindsay Ellis is no longer the Nostalgia Chick, but has a new series called "Loose Canon" where she analyses how various characters from mythology or famous works are portrayed in different media. She also has a number of other video essays, that still contain her dry humor, but are overall far more analytical than her work as the Nostalgia Chick. What caused this shift? Her temporary assimilation. After being freed from Mechakara's collective, she retained enough of her implants to perform "I'm a Distraction" flawlessly. With her new ability to assimilate vast quantities of data effortlessly, Lindsay Ellis found herself assimilating more information than she knew what to do with. Her psychiatrist, Dr. Insaino, recommended organizing the information into a new video series, and Loose Canon was born. Her more analytical personality no doubt is a result of her time as a drone as well. No one can undergo assimilation without at least some permanent effects on the personality as well as the body.

[[WMG:The Plot Hole created a biometric duplicate of the U.S.S. Exit-Strategy, resulting in a full-on StarTrek parody version of the ship and crew.]]
Which means that a few shipmates remain identical to the originals, but most have been altered to specifically parody aliens or other aspects of the "Star Trek" universe. The crew of the duplicate Exit-Strategy appears thusly:
* TheNostalgiaCritic is still a human, since humans in the "Star Trek" universe are notorious for thinking their values and opinions are superior to those of other species, which fits with the Critic's character.
* [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]] is now an Android, of [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Data's]] design. This allows him to essentially be both the perfect Starfleet officer (as Linkara would be), and a human database on everything in the "Star Trek" universe (as Linkara already is). And it now makes even more sense for him to have an evil robotic twin, as Data had one too (Lore).
* [[StarTrekVoyager Seven of Eleven]] is in the process of regaining her human identity as [[TheNostalgiaChick Lindsay Ellis,]] with the help of the ship's doctors T'Lisa and T'Nella. In the Collective, Seven of Eleven assimilated vast quantities of data related to famous fictional characters. She now works in the Exit-Strategy's Canonmetrics Bay, where she monitors fluctuations in various canon universes that the ship encounters (such as the MarvelComics Universe, the realm of DisneyAnimatedCanon, and so on).
* {{Phelous}} is still a [[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries redshirt]], but it's even worse. He is a Trill/Vorta hybrid, who is joined, who also happens to hold the deadly rank of Crewman and sport a red-shirted uniform. As a joined (half)Trill, Phelous has not only experienced many gruesome deaths, but is haunted by the consciousnesses of several past hosts sharing his brain (some of whom are psychotic murderers, others of which are just super obnoxious characters who interrupt his thoughts with things like "Duyeeee!" and "My god!"). Being half Vorta, Phelous has a never-ending supply of clone-bodies, leading to even more immortality. Plus, his eyes are very wide and striking, certainly inherited from his Vorta parent. Being only half-Vorta however, he doesn't worship the Founders; he just heckles them. Add to that the curse of the redshirt, and you have....well, a pretty believable explanation for Phelous in a nutshell.
* {{Sage}} is still a [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Betazoid and ship's counselor.]] And he's still just as useless in both endeavors.
* ObscurusLupa is El Aurian ([[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Guinan's species]]), being the only one able to sense changes onboard that no one else notices. Also, only someone with powerful mental abilities would be able to put up with all the horrible movies she's reviewed, and a nut like Phelous. When Seven of Eleven criticizes Lupa's "slutty" red hair, the latter chooses to cover it with an even more attention-grabbing alien hat (a-la Guinan).
* MarzGurl is Andorian. Why? Because even when everyone's an alien, MarzGurl still has to stand out as a tad ''more'' "alien." As a human she stands out with cool hair; in space, she can stand out with cool hair, cool skin, and cool antennae. Plus, Andorians have a militaristic side, which fits with her persona in all the movies (especially "Kickassia"). MarzGurl is Chief of Security.
* TheCinemaSnob is a Romulan posing as a Vulcan. Like most of his species, the Snob secretly loves violence and has a healthy sexual appetite, but must conceal it under his logical, snobbish, pompous Vulcan mask. He reaches points of BecomingTheMask, and like a real Vulcan, sometimes comes close to losing his sanity.
* {{Benzaie}} is a human, and the token "foreign" character (from the perspective of the American audience "Star Trek" is aimed at). He [[StarTrekTheOriginalSeries constantly points out that the French "invented" this or that, and his accent is now a tad exaggerated.]]But he also loves to remind everyone that at least he doesn't have [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration a British accent.]][[StarTrekVoyager He even goes on a French vision quest]] [[MagicalNativeAmerican to ask for guidance from his ancestors,]] Napoleon, Joan of Arc, and Andre the Giant.
* Luke is a [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration human and boy genius]], hence why he hangs out with who he thinks is a Vulcan. Shut up, Luke!
* [[ToddInTheShadows Todd]] is a [[StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Breen]]--you know, the species that never removes their helmets, and no one has ever seen what one looks like.
* [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] is a joined Trill, whose most recent previous host was a mad scientist. Like any proper Trill, Spoony has an ample amount of past-host-related-angst to fuel compelling story arcs.
* FilmBrain is a Fernegi. Look at how he acts in the movies. He's a Ferengi. He even has the psycho eyes and grin. His ears don't look too Ferengi normally, but huge Ferengi ears would be fitting for the character who eavesdropped on the mutiny in "Kickassia" and rushed to tattle on everyone.
* JesuOtaku is [[StarTrekVoyager Ocampan.]] Small and meek in appearance, untold powers ready to emerge if only triggered (in this case, with electrocution)? Sounds Ocampan to this troper. J.O.'s transformation into Ed from "Cowboy Bebop" made him into a higher entity, in a sense, at least in terms of scientific intelligence. On a more serious note, one could arguably compare a person coming out as transgendered to Kes's choice to allow her powers to emerge rather than continuing to attempt fitting in with the Humanoids.
* AngryJoe is a Klingon. Because...duh.
* [[TheGameHeores 8-Bit Mickey]] is a [[StarTrekVoyager Human/Klingon hybrid. He attempts to control the raging Klingon within him, and keep to his technical human engineer side, but isn't always successful.]] Don't call him short.
* Paw is a Vulcan. He wanted to be one anyway, if his Vulcan-eared headphones are any indication.
* [[TheNostalgiaChick Elisa]] is now T'Lisa, and Paw's mate. She is also one of the ship's doctors.
* [[TheNostalgiaChick T'Nella]] is another doctor, and Vulcan. She finds both T'Lisa and Seven highly illogical, but is herself prone to breaking with her sanity and turning evil (a common Vulcan trait).
* [[TheNostalgiaCritic Malcolm and Tamara]] are both [[StarTrekDeepSPaceNine Founders]] (Changelings). They take so many different forms its ridiculous! Malcom is a very important Founder, his fondest form being his black-and-red suit and Santan-like demeanor. Tamara meanwhile likes to use her shape-shifting powers to disguise and spy on people, and then report on all the weird sights she's just seen for the first time.
* [[TheGameHeroes Handsome Tom]] is the same as before, but with a Commander Riker-esque beard.
* TheRapCritic is a hologram, and as such, is able to quickly analyze the lyrics of any rap number within seconds, and rip it to shreds.
* SadPanda is from a race of highly intelligent pandas, and is one of the only non-humanoids aboard. Hence why he's sad.
* ThatScifiGuy is a joined Trill/Vulcan hybrid and former Borg drone. Because he can.
* ThatChickWithTheGoggles is now a female [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Geordi La Forge]], and the Chief Engineer.
* LittleMissGamer is another hologram, of the sort who can't leave the holodeck. She is in charge of making sure the holodecks run smoothly. Not surprisingly, she spends most of her time tirelessly battling rogue holograms, photonic aliens, and all other manner of holodeck malfunctions that crop up.
* TheNostalgiaChristian is now the Nostalgia Bajoran. Holding the Sacred Orbs to the same standards as all other space anomalies.
* Ma-Ti posed as a human, but was a Q all along. How else would he be able to randomly appear out of thin air, as he literally does in "Kickassia," and seems to the rest of the time?
1st Jan '17 6:03:07 PM Xtifr
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*** Which isn't exactly CitizenKane, in the Executor's opinion.

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*** Which isn't exactly CitizenKane, ''Film/CitizenKane'', in the Executor's opinion.
31st Oct '16 11:14:33 AM gewunomox
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[[WMG: The big climax of the movie will be a reset and go back to StatusQuo]]

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[[WMG: The big climax of the movie will be a reset and go back to StatusQuo]]Status Quo]]
5th Oct '16 8:06:28 AM erforce
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WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick's computer screen starts filling up with the word [[Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock 'Remember']]. The Critic is hearing Ma-Ti's voice. Film Brain makes the comment "If you go in there, you might not return." At least part of the movie will focus on them flying the ''U.S.S. Exit Strategy'' to the Wedgie so that they can use it to find Ma-Ti and bring him back, similar to how [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean At World's End]] brought back Captain Jack.

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WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick's computer screen starts filling up with the word [[Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock 'Remember']]. The Critic is hearing Ma-Ti's voice. Film Brain makes the comment "If you go in there, you might not return." At least part of the movie will focus on them flying the ''U.S.S. Exit Strategy'' to the Wedgie so that they can use it to find Ma-Ti and bring him back, similar to how [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd At World's End]] End]]'' brought back Captain Jack.Jack.
13th Aug '16 12:22:30 PM nombretomado
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*** I'm not saying that it would be undone period. Rather, I'm thinking that someone would see [[spoiler: The Critic's merging with the plothole and essentially becoming God]] as THEIR chance to become all-powerful if they can [[spoiler: Sever the Critic from it]]. It might be Insano, or Lord Vyce, or [[DiamandaHagan a certain dictator who once came back from the dead and declared herself a "fucking goddess; someone who would be pissed to learn that some idiot now supersedes her.]] [[AGodAmI And who would decide that Critic and the rest of Channel Awesome are LONG overdue for some retribution.]]

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*** I'm not saying that it would be undone period. Rather, I'm thinking that someone would see [[spoiler: The Critic's merging with the plothole and essentially becoming God]] as THEIR chance to become all-powerful if they can [[spoiler: Sever the Critic from it]]. It might be Insano, or Lord Vyce, or [[DiamandaHagan [[WebVideo/DiamandaHagan a certain dictator who once came back from the dead and declared herself a "fucking goddess; someone who would be pissed to learn that some idiot now supersedes her.]] [[AGodAmI And who would decide that Critic and the rest of Channel Awesome are LONG overdue for some retribution.]]
19th May '16 11:45:56 AM erforce
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[[WMG: Paw's Space Research Committee are the alien hunting equivalent of the Ghostbusters.]]
Joe is essentially the Venkman of the group, while Paw is like Ray or Spengler (though personally Ed Glaser reminds me more of Spengler). They're basically like Ghostbusters meet Men in Black.

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[[WMG: Paw's Space Research Committee are the alien hunting equivalent of the Ghostbusters.Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}.]]
Joe is essentially the Venkman of the group, while Paw is like Ray or Spengler (though personally Ed Glaser reminds me more of Spengler). They're basically like Ghostbusters meet Men in Black.
Franchise/MenInBlack.



In the James Rolfe's ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' review, he is shown sharing the screen with the Nerd.

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In the James Rolfe's Creator/JamesRolfe's ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' review, he is shown sharing the screen with the Nerd.
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