History WesternAnimation / ProducingParker

13th Mar '16 10:31:10 AM TMNTFanGirl
Is there an issue? Send a Message


''Producing Parker'' is a 2009 Canadian animated series about Parker Kovak, a late-20s single woman stressfully working as a producer of the most high-rated daytime TalkShow ''The Dee Show''.

to:

''Producing Parker'' is a 2009 Canadian animated series about Parker Kovak, a late-20s single woman in a her late-20s stressfully working as a producer of the most high-rated daytime TalkShow ''The Dee Show''.



* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: ''The Dee Show'''s female employees are this with Chicago, Parker and Dee (well, her red hair's a wig) respectively.

to:

* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: ''The Dee Show'''s female employees are this with Chicago, Parker and Dee (well, her red hair's (which is technically a wig) respectively.



* EaglelandOsmosis: The characters randomly discuss the Bible belt, the War on Terror, illegal immigration, and Dee once tried to obtain a pardon from the President, despite being a Canadian show. Of course, it is possible the show is set in the U.S.

to:

* EaglelandOsmosis: The characters randomly discuss the Bible belt, the War on Terror, illegal immigration, and Dee once tried to obtain a pardon from the President, President--but it is entirely possible that the show may take place in the United States despite technically being a Canadian show. Of course, it is possible the show is set in the U.S.series.



* {{Expy}}: Victoria looks like Music/QueenLatifah.
** She is pretty much [[TheOprahWinfreyShow Oprah]].

to:

* {{Expy}}: Victoria looks like Music/QueenLatifah.
** She
Music/QueenLatifah and she is pretty much [[TheOprahWinfreyShow Oprah]].



* ImagineSpot: When Dee falls through the floor in "Renovating Parker" and she depressively says none of her staff cares if she lives or dies, Simon replies that he does... proceeding to imagine to himself saying Dee's in her final resting place in hell on a stage before her corpse and coffin get consumed in flames and then announcing his show replacing it "Seriously Hardcore News Report" with himself hosting it along with Chicago and Parker dancing on poles as his "loyal team of sexy topless cub reporters" at which Parker ends it by telling him to stop staring at their bazoombas.

to:

* ImagineSpot: When Dee falls through the floor in "Renovating Parker" and she depressively says none of her staff cares if she lives or dies, Simon replies that he does... proceeding to imagine to himself saying Dee's in her final resting place in hell on a stage before her corpse and coffin get consumed in flames and then announcing his show replacing it "Seriously Hardcore News Report" with himself hosting it along with Chicago and Parker dancing on poles as his "loyal team of sexy topless cub reporters" at which Parker ends it by telling him to stop staring at their bazoombas.



* NotSoDifferent: Dee and Victoria are both self-absorbed {{Jerkass}}es. Victoria just does a better job at hiding it, which makes her more of a jerkass.

to:

* NotSoDifferent: Dee and Victoria are both self-absorbed {{Jerkass}}es. Victoria just does a better job at hiding it, which makes her more ''more'' of a jerkass.



* RuleOfFunny: Producing Parker sorta resembles real life... [[WorldOfWeirdness except when it doesn't many times, usually quite excessively]].

to:

* RuleOfFunny: Producing Parker sorta resembles real life... [[WorldOfWeirdness except when it doesn't many times, usually quite excessively]].



* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: The opening song's animation involves Parker being run over by a crowd of tux-wearing executives in their chase of Chicago gallivanting in a bikini... twice.

to:

* SlapstickKnowsNoGender: The opening song's animation involves Parker being run over by a crowd of tux-wearing executives in their chase of Chicago gallivanting in a bikini... twice.
3rd Feb '16 3:04:00 PM TitoMosquito
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* BigBeautifulWoman: Victoria. But not very nice.



* ButtMonkey

to:

* ButtMonkeyButtMonkey: Parker and Simon, at different moments.



* ShotAtDawn: In "Eat, Pray, Parker", Victoria uses a firing squad on her staff for ''The Dee Show'' [[YouHaveFailedMe getting the author appearance she wanted]]. Complete with the firing squad wearing overcoats and using rifles, firing at Victoria's downward stroke of a saber.



* ShotAtDawn: In "Eat, Pray, Parker", Victoria uses a firing squad on her staff for ''The Dee Show'' [[YouHaveFailedMe getting the author appearance she wanted]]. Complete with the firing squad wearing overcoats and using rifles, firing at Victoria's downward stroke of a saber.
25th Nov '15 7:11:15 PM FF32
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* DarkSkinnedBlonde: Victoria Lafayette.

to:

* DarkSkinnedBlonde: {{Dark Skinned Blond}}e: Victoria Lafayette.
1st Jan '15 11:37:12 AM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ThePoorMansSubstitute: The voice actress of Mimi Chiu seemed to be putting on her best LaurenTom impression.

to:

* ThePoorMansSubstitute: The voice actress of Mimi Chiu seemed to be putting on her best LaurenTom Creator/LaurenTom impression.
1st Dec '14 10:09:54 PM HaggisMcCrablice
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** LethalChef Mimi is essentially Parker with an Asian flavor...which makes Simon's almost creepy schoolboy crush on her very telling...!
20th Oct '14 12:28:33 AM HaggisMcCrablice
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* TooKinkyToTorture. Chicago thinks Dee's rack-type torture apparatus looks "fun" and wants one of her own.
30th Jan '14 7:03:10 PM VutherA
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* ChekhovsGun: In "The Dee Block", Parker is hoping Massimo isn't doing anything crazy while she's in prison. A DescriptionCut goes to Massimo getting a tattoo on his back. [[spoiler:It was an intricate map of the prison letting him break in and free Parker.]]
30th Jan '14 6:57:17 PM VutherA
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* DidntThinkThisThrough: While imprisoned in "The Dee Club", Parker has the idea to do ''The Dee Show'' with Dee in jail. They give away stainless steel knives for the episode. A prison riot of course starts about a minute after.
30th Jan '14 1:39:55 PM VutherA
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* DramaticIrony: In "Man Trap", Simon is part of a matchmaking segment and ends up choosing [[spoiler:what seems to be]] a legitimate contestant as opposed to the one that was a call girl hired by Parker because the segment was one contestant short. [[spoiler:The other contestant turns out to just be a spy for the Victoria show and the call girl ended up actually falling for Simon, with her rejection leading her to swear off all men and join a convent.]]

to:

* DramaticIrony: In "Man Trap", Simon is part of a matchmaking segment and ends up choosing [[spoiler:what seems to be]] a legitimate contestant as opposed to the one that was a call girl hired by Parker because the segment was one contestant short. [[spoiler:The other contestant turns out to just be a spy for the Victoria show and the call girl disappears before picking up her check causing everyone to assume she must of went back to her day job, when she ended up actually falling for Simon, with Simon and her rejection leading led her to swear off all men and join a convent.]]
29th Jan '14 12:39:43 PM VutherA
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* DramaticIrony: In "Man Trap", Simon is part of a matchmaking segment and ends up choosing [[spoiler:what seems to be]] a legitimate contestant as opposed to the one that was a call girl hired by Parker because the segment was one contestant short. [[spoiler:The other contestant turns out to just be a spy for the Victoria show and the call girl ended up actually falling for Simon, with her rejection leading her to swear off all men and join a convent.]]
This list shows the last 10 events of 85. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=WesternAnimation.ProducingParker