History WebVideo / StreetFighterHigh

1st Jan '16 7:43:01 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: Oh, so very many, mostly in the background musical pieces. As early examples, the theme for ''[[BeverlyHills90210 90210]]'' plays at the beginning of ''Original'', as does the theme for ''{{Smallville}}'' at one point later in the same video.
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* ShoutOut: Oh, so very many, mostly in the background musical pieces. As early examples, the theme for ''[[BeverlyHills90210 90210]]'' plays at the beginning of ''Original'', as does the theme for ''{{Smallville}}'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' at one point later in the same video.
28th Dec '15 4:16:42 PM IshiMatsu615
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http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Street_Fighter_High_2702.JPG [[caption-width:290:Before the fight in the ultimate world tournament, there was the fight...to fit in.]]
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http://static.[[quoteright:290:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Street_Fighter_High_2702.JPG [[caption-width:290:Before JPG]] [[caption-width-right:290:Before the fight in the ultimate world tournament, there was the fight...to fit in.]]
27th Sep '13 8:40:31 AM shadowblack
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hottip cleanup
* MistakenForRacist: In ''The Musical'', Dan is rapping a song that includes the word "Oreo" just as Dudley and Cammy (black and white, respectively) are walking past; both immediately turn on him to give him a thrashing. [[hottip:*: The word "Oreo" is used to describe a black person who is perceived as acting white; in other words, black on the outside but white on the inside, like the cookie.]]
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* MistakenForRacist: In ''The Musical'', Dan is rapping a song that includes the word "Oreo" just as Dudley and Cammy (black and white, respectively) are walking past; both immediately turn on him to give him a thrashing. [[hottip:*: The [[note]]The word "Oreo" is used to describe a black person who is perceived as acting white; in other words, black on the outside but white on the inside, like the cookie.]][[/note]]
21st Jun '13 3:58:19 PM SeptimusHeap
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Ryu And Ken is now Moveset Clone. Misuse is being deleted.
* RyuAndKen: Would it be a ''Street Fighter'' parody without them?
19th Feb '13 9:19:35 PM nombretomado
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* AngryDance: Chun Li, Cammy and Ibuki vs. [[XMen Psylocke, Rogue and Jubilee]].
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* AngryDance: Chun Li, Cammy and Ibuki vs. [[XMen [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Psylocke, Rogue and Jubilee]].
16th Nov '12 6:58:44 AM JusticeReaper
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* LampshadeHanging: Done by Ryu in reference to Cody's constant supply of rocks to throw no matter what kind of environment he's in (in the games, throwing rocks was Cody's projectile attack).
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* LampshadeHanging: Done by Ryu in reference to Cody's constant supply of rocks to throw no matter what kind of environment he's in (in the games, throwing rocks was is Cody's projectile attack).

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* LampshadeHanging: Done by Ryu in reference to Cody's constant supply of rocks to throw no matter what kind of environment he's in (in MistakenForRacist: In ''The Musical'', Dan is rapping a song that includes the games, throwing rocks was Cody's projectile attack).word "Oreo" just as Dudley and Cammy (black and white, respectively) are walking past; both immediately turn on him to give him a thrashing. [[hottip:*: The word "Oreo" is used to describe a black person who is perceived as acting white; in other words, black on the outside but white on the inside, like the cookie.]]
20th Oct '12 8:35:45 PM JusticeReaper
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* CampGay: The football coach, who's not exactly subtle about his affections for Ryu, going as far as to grab Ryu's butt and then make the "call me" gesture. Ryu is suitably creeped out.
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* CampGay: The football coach, who's not exactly subtle about his affections for Ryu, going as far as to grab slap Ryu's butt and then make the "call me" gesture. Ryu is suitably creeped out.uncomfortable.
29th Sep '12 10:56:23 PM JusticeReaper
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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Played with. Blanka's got green skin, spiky red hair and fangs and talks in HulkSpeak...but the only thing anybody really notices about him is [[RedheadsAreUncool the fact that his hair is red]].
23rd Sep '12 9:25:17 AM JusticeReaper
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: Well, it hasn't actually happened yet, but WordOfGod says the cast and staff were put under strict instructions to defy this trope in case it ever did.
23rd Sep '12 9:22:23 AM JusticeReaper
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* TheCastShowOff: Although the characters haven't actually had any on-screen fights so far outside of the second video's ending credits, some of their actors have been trained in martial arts. For example, Jennifer Zhang (who plays Juri) is trained in Bak Fu Pai, a Southern China Shaolin-style kung fu; Matthew Mercer (Dan) is a Taekwondo and Hapkido student; and Will Magno (Guy) is not only a Wu Shu (kung fu) master, but choreographed the fight scenes in said ending credits. --> '''Jennifer Zhang:''' ''(about Magno)'' He will wu the hell out of your shu.
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