History WhoseLine / TropesSToZ

12th Aug '16 3:19:06 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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** And in another, "W" is the correct answer for the capitol of Wyoming.

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** And in another, "W" is the correct answer for the capitol capital of Wyoming.
12th Aug '16 3:12:59 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* SpiritualSuccessor: "Film Dub" is like the late 90s/early 2000s version of ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'', except providing entirely new dialog instead of riffs between the dialog. In fact, some of the films that the cast dubbed new dialog for in "Film Dub" were also featured in ''[=MST3K=]'', such as ''Film/TeenagersFromOuterSpace'', ''Film/TheBrainThatWouldntDie'' and the short ''Film/OnceUponAHoneymoon''. It's definitely deja vu if you've seen those ''[=MST3K=]'' episodes beforehand (or vice versa).

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* SpiritualSuccessor: "Film Dub" is like the late 90s/early 2000s version of ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'', except providing entirely new dialog instead of riffs between the dialog. In fact, some of the films that the cast dubbed new dialog for in "Film Dub" were also featured in ''[=MST3K=]'', such as ''Film/TeenagersFromOuterSpace'', ''Film/TheBrainThatWouldntDie'' ''Film/TeenagersFromOuterSpace,'' ''Film/TheBrainThatWouldntDie,'' ''Film/TheUndead,'' and the short ''Film/OnceUponAHoneymoon''. ''Film/OnceUponAHoneymoon.'' It's definitely deja vu if you've seen those ''[=MST3K=]'' episodes beforehand (or vice versa).
4th Aug '16 2:13:45 PM toregg
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* Telethon: 3 times a game named "Telethon" is played where Ryan and Colin play anchors while Wayne and Brad play different celebrity singers to raise money for people who don't need the money - NBA players, sitcom stars, and thumbsuckers.
4th Aug '16 2:12:44 PM toregg
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* Telethon: 3 times a game named "Telethon" is played where Ryan and Colin play anchors while Wayne and Brad play different celebrity singers to raise money for people who don't need the money - NBA players, sitcom stars, and thumbsuckers.
22nd Jul '16 7:19:39 PM LordAaronus
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCDTCBtvtLA This]] "Greatest Hits" has Wayne and Jonathan Mangum as Music/BobDylan and [[TheMuppets the Swedish Chef]], ''and'' it's zombie-themed, meaning that they're both ''even more unintelligible than before.''
5th Jul '16 3:02:12 PM toregg
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** In "Song Styles", when Wayne sings like Britney Spears to Chris, at the end he pretends his headset microphone starts to go out, so he pretends to sing without us hearing him and then he runs away.
2nd Jun '16 8:14:46 AM speedyboris
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** Drew got suggestions from the audience about what you do when you first leave home. He took "college", and another person shouted "drink!"
--> '''Drew''': College, drink. Whatever. Uh, same thing.
18th May '16 2:54:58 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** On the opposite end of this trope, we have ''MockTheWeek'' on one side of the Atlantic and ''Series/DrewCareysGreenScreenShow'', ''Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza'' and ''Series/TrustUsWithYourLife'' on the other. Plus the international series ''Series/ThankGodYoureHere''.
** More recently we have ''Series/FastAndLoose'', which is essentially ''MockTheWeek'' minus the topical rounds.

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** On the opposite end of this trope, we have ''MockTheWeek'' ''Series/MockTheWeek'' on one side of the Atlantic and ''Series/DrewCareysGreenScreenShow'', ''Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza'' and ''Series/TrustUsWithYourLife'' on the other. Plus the international series ''Series/ThankGodYoureHere''.
** More recently we have ''Series/FastAndLoose'', which is essentially ''MockTheWeek'' ''Series/MockTheWeek'' minus the topical rounds.



** Heather Ann might have been studying ''MockTheWeek'' between seasons:

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** Heather Ann might have been studying ''MockTheWeek'' ''Series/MockTheWeek'' between seasons:
13th May '16 2:05:52 PM speedyboris
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* ShowerScene: In one "Party Quirks", Brad started the scene miming that he was in the shower, when the doorbell rang. A startled Brad looked at the clock and exclaimed, "Oh no, it's daylight saving's time!"
18th Apr '16 3:40:49 PM toregg
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* WitchWithACapitalB: In a game of "Change Letter", the cast isn't allowed to say B, they have to use the letter W. This leads to Greg calling Colin's female character a witch.
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