History WesternAnimation / Sixteen

29th Oct '17 10:51:44 AM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The security guard looks and talks an awful lot like ChristopherWalken. This is never more obvious than if you see the video of Ron the Rent-a-cop doing a perfect {{Homage}} to Christopher Walken's/Fatboy Slim's music video of "Weapon of Choice", as seen at the end of the episode "Lifeslaver". It should also be of note that Christopher Walken's real name is Ron.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The security guard looks and talks an awful lot like ChristopherWalken.Creator/ChristopherWalken. This is never more obvious than if you see the video of Ron the Rent-a-cop doing a perfect {{Homage}} to Christopher Walken's/Fatboy Slim's music video of "Weapon of Choice", as seen at the end of the episode "Lifeslaver". It should also be of note that Christopher Walken's real name is Ron.
16th Sep '17 12:13:53 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* DisproportionateRetribution: Wanye firing Wyatt from the video store simply cause he accidentally spilled some coffee on a rare video. Before that, Wayne fired Jonesy minutes after hiring simply because Jonesy liked the movie [[Film/TopGun Top M-16s.]]

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* DisproportionateRetribution: Wanye Wayne firing Wyatt from the video store simply cause he accidentally spilled some coffee on a rare video. Before that, Wayne fired Jonesy minutes after hiring simply because Jonesy liked the movie [[Film/TopGun Top M-16s.]]
11th Aug '17 6:00:26 PM N8han11
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** It's even weirder, because in the pilot episode, Jen's mom and Jonesy's were mentioned to be dating (not married or engaged-to-be-married), but the scale of their wedding in "The Wedding Destroyers" seems to suggest that they had actually been engaged for awhile--they also eventually have baby, who was probably conceived within wedlock. So I'd assume they were, in fact, seventeen by the end of the series.
4th Aug '17 5:58:28 PM NekoHybrid
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** In ''The Journal'', Jen throws this at Caitlin, Nikki, Jonestown, and Wyatt when they read her private journal, out loud, and unknowingly ''in front of the whole mall listening in.''
3rd Aug '17 11:30:44 AM darkchiefy
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* JokeNameTag: During an episode where Nikki becomes the assistant manager of the Khaki Barn, she wears a name tag that reads "Ass. Man."
18th May '17 9:20:20 AM Monolaf317
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Has a [[http://6teen.wikia.com/wiki/6teen_Wiki Wiki]]. There's also a recap page that could use some work for the episodes.

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Has a [[http://6teen.wikia.com/wiki/6teen_Wiki Wiki]]. There's also a [[Recap/{{Sixteen}} recap page page]] that could use some work for the episodes.episodes, and a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/Sixteen Best Episode Crowner.]]



* AlliterativeName: Caitlin Cooke and Wyatt Williams.

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* AlliterativeName: Caitlin Cooke '''C'''aitlin '''C'''ooke and Wyatt Williams.'''W'''yatt '''W'''illiams.
2nd Apr '17 1:55:10 PM Ikacprzak
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* SpringtimeForHitler: Jonesy's attempts to masquerade as Mr. Wong and sabotage his job interview in Bye Bye Nikki, only serve to get him hired instead.
24th Mar '17 10:57:21 AM bsherrin
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* BlazingInfernoHellfireSauce: One turns up in ''Dude of the Living Dead'', [[and eventually becomes a ChekhovsGun when it turns out to be an effective zombie-killer.]]

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* BlazingInfernoHellfireSauce: One turns up in ''Dude of the Living Dead'', [[and [[spoiler: and eventually becomes a ChekhovsGun when it turns out to be an effective zombie-killer.]]
17th Jan '17 10:26:33 AM NekoHybrid
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** In another episode, she dates a guy at a costume party, but decides to dump him just because he was a nerd out of costume. She does so by giving him a fake number to her phone so he won't be able to call her again, but in her hurry to get rid of him, she failed to notice that she wrote the fake number on her shopper's card. Throughout the episode, Caitlyn began jumping through hoops in her bid to find the guy and get her card back from him. In the end, she suffered many injuries, and by the time she finds the guy, he gets creeped out by her behavior, giving the impression of a crazed stalker. When Caitlyn is told he doesn't have her card, she asks for his number to get in contact so she can retrieve it. However, the guy, now creeped out by her, gives HER a fake number.

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** In another episode, she dates a guy at a costume party, but decides to dump him just because he was a nerd out of costume. She does so by giving him a fake number to her phone so he won't be able to call her again, but in her hurry to get rid of him, she failed to notice that she wrote the fake number on her shopper's card. Throughout the episode, Caitlyn began jumping through hoops in her bid to find the guy and get her card back from him. In the end, she suffered many injuries, and by the time she finds the guy, he gets creeped out by her behavior, giving the impression of a crazed stalker. When Caitlyn is told he doesn't have her card, she asks for his number to get in contact so she can retrieve it. However, the guy, now creeped out by her, gives HER a fake number. She is shocked that a guy fake-numbered her, [[{{Hypocrite}} never mind the fact she did the same thing to him in the beginning of the episode]].
17th Jan '17 10:24:10 AM NekoHybrid
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* LaserGuidedKarma: Caitlyn tends to dump guys for incredibly trivial reasons. In one ep, she finally gets a taste of her own medicine when a guy dumps HER for an equally trivial reason(for once being seen with a "toilet paper tail").
** In another episode, she dates a guy at a costume party, but decides to dump him just because he was a nerd out of costume. She does so by giving him a fake number to her phone so he won't be able to call her again, but in her hurry to get rid of him, she failed to notice that she wrote the fake number on her shopper's card. Throughout the episode, Caitlyn began jumping through hoops in her bid to find the guy and get her card back from him. In the end, she suffered many injuries, and by the time she finds the guy, he gets creeped out by her behavior, giving the impression of a crazed stalker. When Caitlyn is told he doesn't have her card, she asks for his number to get in contact so she can retrieve it. However, the guy, now creeped out by her, gives HER a fake number.
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