History WebVideo / TheLizzieBennetDiaries

12th Jan '16 12:45:03 AM TheBedazzledDementor
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* SeparatedAtBirthCasting: ** The Bennet sisters, who really do look like sisters. Jane in particular really looks like both her sisters. ** [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] with Wes Anderhold's George Wickham, whom many people supposed to be Creator/MaryKateWiles's real life brother. ** Daniel Gordh and Allison Paige as William and Gigi Darcy both have the same eyes and nose.
26th Dec '15 5:16:32 AM Roo
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* PregnancyScare: ''The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet'' reveals the real reason why Jane was acting "strange" towards the end of her and Lizzie's stay at Netherfield. In the videos, Lizzie just says it's homesickness; in her private diary she reveals that Jane was actually worried because her period was late and she was afraid she'd gotten pregnant. She swears Lizzie to secrecy, which is why the topic doesn't come up in the videos.
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* PregnancyScare: ''The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet'' reveals the real reason why Jane was acting "strange" towards the end of her and Lizzie's stay at Netherfield. In the videos, Lizzie just says it's homesickness; in her private diary she reveals that Jane was actually worried because her period was late and she was afraid she'd gotten pregnant. She swears swore Lizzie to absolute secrecy, which is why the topic doesn't come up in the videos.
26th Dec '15 5:15:11 AM Roo
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* PregnancyScare: ''The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet'' reveals the real reason why Jane was acting "strange" towards the end of her and Lizzie's stay at Netherfield. In the videos, Lizzie just says it's homesickness; in her private diary she reveals that Jane was actually worried because her period was late and she was afraid she'd gotten pregnant. She swears Lizzie to secrecy, which is why the topic doesn't come up in the videos.
3rd Dec '15 8:48:47 PM crabapple
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It has started a trend of Setting Updates diaries appearing on Youtube, both professional and fan made. ''WebVideo/TheAutobiographyOfJaneEyre'' referenced the [=LBDs=] in its first episode and its authors cite it as their inspiration; likewise, a New Zealand group called "The Candle Wasters" have taken on [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare the Bard himself]], transplanting ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' to a contemporary high school as "[[https://www.youtube.com/user/nothingmuchtodovlog/ Nothing Much To Do]]," and British group "Foot in the Door" are adapting Mansfield Park as [[http://mansfieldseries.wix.com/mansfieldwithlove From Mansfield With Love]]. Meanwhile, it's been followed by its own {{Spinoff}}s: ''WebVideo/WelcomeToSanditon'' follows Gigi Darcy in her adventure to a beach resort Sanditon, beta-testing the "Domino" application, which records, auto-edits and auto-uploads video monologues and dialogues, and covering Austen's unfinished last novel ''Sandition''. Another spinoff, ''WebVideo/EmmaApproved'', launched in October 2013, chronicling through Domino the adventures of Professional ShipperOnDeck [[Literature/{{Emma}} Emma Woodhouse]]. And they have branched out of the world of Austen with ''WebVideo/FrankensteinMD'', following the career of the bioethically-challenged [[GenderFlip Victoria]] [[Literature/{{Frankenstein}} Frankenstein]]; and with ''WebVideo/TheMarchFamilyLetters'' concerning the daily shenanigans of the [[Literature/LittleWomen March Sisters]].
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It has started a trend of Setting Updates diaries appearing on Youtube, both professional and fan made. ''WebVideo/TheAutobiographyOfJaneEyre'' referenced the [=LBDs=] in its first episode and its authors cite it as their inspiration; likewise, a New Zealand group called "The Candle Wasters" have taken on [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare the Bard himself]], transplanting ''Theatre/MuchAdoAboutNothing'' to a contemporary high school as "[[https://www.youtube.com/user/nothingmuchtodovlog/ Nothing Much To Do]]," and British group "Foot in the Door" are adapting Mansfield Park as [[http://mansfieldseries.wix.com/mansfieldwithlove From Mansfield With Love]]. Though ''WebVideo/ClassicAlice'' has tackled many different books while working within its own original plotline, its original vlog-format spoke as an homage to the LBD. Meanwhile, it's been followed by its own {{Spinoff}}s: ''WebVideo/WelcomeToSanditon'' follows Gigi Darcy in her adventure to a beach resort Sanditon, beta-testing the "Domino" application, which records, auto-edits and auto-uploads video monologues and dialogues, and covering Austen's unfinished last novel ''Sandition''. Another spinoff, ''WebVideo/EmmaApproved'', launched in October 2013, chronicling through Domino the adventures of Professional ShipperOnDeck [[Literature/{{Emma}} Emma Woodhouse]]. And they have branched out of the world of Austen with ''WebVideo/FrankensteinMD'', following the career of the bioethically-challenged [[GenderFlip Victoria]] [[Literature/{{Frankenstein}} Frankenstein]]; and with ''WebVideo/TheMarchFamilyLetters'' concerning the daily shenanigans of the [[Literature/LittleWomen March Sisters]].
27th Nov '15 11:20:44 AM nombretomado
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** In Episode 29, Lizzie bemoans her fate of [[SaturdayNightLive living in a van down by the river]].
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** In Episode 29, Lizzie bemoans her fate of [[SaturdayNightLive [[Series/SaturdayNightLive living in a van down by the river]].
26th Nov '15 8:19:44 PM nombretomado
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** Pemberley Digital is in SanFrancisco. Fitz claims to have "a corner office in the city, overlooking the bay," and can see "two bridges" from his office, suggesting he works in the same city.
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** Pemberley Digital is in SanFrancisco.UsefulNotes/SanFrancisco. Fitz claims to have "a corner office in the city, overlooking the bay," and can see "two bridges" from his office, suggesting he works in the same city.
13th Nov '15 2:16:13 AM Morgenthaler
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** During an episode where everyone seems to be leaving town at the same time, Lizzie asks, "What's going on? Is it the [[PrideAndPrejudiceAndZombies zombie apocolypse]]?"
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** During an episode where everyone seems to be leaving town at the same time, Lizzie asks, "What's going on? Is it the [[PrideAndPrejudiceAndZombies [[Literature/PrideAndPrejudiceAndZombies zombie apocolypse]]?"

** Additionally in Episode 29, Lizzie advises Bing on movies. She declares the [[PrideAndPrejudice period drama]] a good call, but warns against the one with [[PrideAndPrejudiceAndZombies zombies]].
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** Additionally in Episode 29, Lizzie advises Bing on movies. She declares the [[PrideAndPrejudice period drama]] a good call, but warns against the one with [[PrideAndPrejudiceAndZombies [[Literature/PrideAndPrejudiceAndZombies zombies]].
26th Aug '15 4:02:04 PM nombretomado
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** In episode 11, Lizzie compares Darcy and Caroline Lee to [[TheMuppets Statler & Waldorf]].
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** In episode 11, Lizzie compares Darcy and Caroline Lee to [[TheMuppets [[Franchise/TheMuppets Statler & Waldorf]].
16th Aug '15 10:17:46 AM TheWoosterCode
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** Fitz accidentally employs this on ''himself.'' ---> '''Fitz''': ... I taught Darcy everything he knows about living life. Truth! (Beat) No, wait.
27th May '15 5:15:10 PM beack7
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* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Lizzie thinks that a lot of other people fit this trope: "And yet ''another'' example of lively, outgoing people inexplicably being friends with Darcy!" The truth, of course, is that ''she'' fits the trope; Episode 61 basically revolves around nothing else, with both Charlotte and [[spoiler:Darcy himself]] dropping in to debunk her assumptions on Darcy. In Lizzie's defense, episode 81 makes it clear that Darcy is unusually stiff when he's around her.
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* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Lizzie thinks that a lot of other people fit this trope: "And yet ''another'' example of lively, outgoing people inexplicably being friends with Darcy!" The truth, of course, is that ''she'' fits the trope; Episode 61 basically revolves around nothing else, with both Charlotte and [[spoiler:Darcy himself]] dropping in to debunk her assumptions on Darcy. In Lizzie's defense, episode 81 makes it clear that Darcy is unusually stiff when he's around her.
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