History YMMV / MeMyselfAndIrene

11th Apr '16 3:35:03 PM taddavis
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* ShoutOut: The narrator is voiced by Rex Allen, Jr., the son of Rex Allen, who was the narrator of many Disney wildlife films. One of which was Charlie the Lonesome Cougar. The narration was done in a way to mimic these films.

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* ShoutOut: The narrator is voiced by Rex Allen, Jr., the son of Rex Allen, who was the narrator of many Disney wildlife films. One films--one of which was Charlie the Lonesome Cougar. The narration was done in a way to mimic these films.
11th Apr '16 3:34:34 PM taddavis
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* TheWoobie: Charlie. The second you see his kids being born you will feel sorry for him, and it only increases as the film goes on and you learn that the entire town is laughing at him behind his back and he knows it, but is too nice to do anything about it.

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* TheWoobie: Charlie. The second you see his kids being born born, you will feel sorry for him, and it him. It only increases as the film goes on on, and you learn that the entire town is laughing at him behind his back and he knows it, but is too nice to do anything about it.



--> '''Guy:''' JustBetweenYouAndMe, D'you ever notice that your kids have a year round tan?
--> '''Charlie:''' Yeah well, my great grandmother's half Italian.
--> '''Guy:''' Half Italian. That's probably why the water beads up and rolls off the hair huh?

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--> '''Guy:''' JustBetweenYouAndMe, D'you [[JustBetweenYouAndMe Just between you and me]], d'you ever notice that your kids have a year round year-round tan?
--> '''Charlie:''' Yeah Yeah, well, my great grandmother's great-grandmother's half Italian.
--> '''Guy:''' Half Italian. That's probably why the water beads up and rolls off the hair hair, huh?
11th Apr '16 3:32:40 PM taddavis
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* HarsherInHindsight: The film makes jokes about Irene's slender frame, with Charlie's sons proclaiming that their father wouldn't run off with "a skinny-leg girl" and Hank jesting that she used to develop an eating disorder and gained about 20 lbs; with the knowledge of [[ReneeZellweger Renee Zellweger's]] own WeightWoe as a result of the 20 something pound weight gain to play BridgetJones and the [[YouAreFat press's own negative attention]] towards her [[HollywoodPudgy post 1970 Hollywood atypical curves]] and her rapid weight loss after the completion of the films, the dialogue can come off as awkward and insensitive.
* HilariousInHindsight: One of Charlie's sons exclaims "Man, how the hell can they call Pluto a planet - man what kind of planet has an elliptical orbit? This shit don't make sense!" Pluto was demoted in 2006, six years after the movie was released. while we're at it...

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* HarsherInHindsight: The film makes jokes about Irene's slender frame, with Charlie's sons proclaiming that their father wouldn't run off with "a skinny-leg girl" girl", and Hank jesting that she used to develop an eating disorder and gained about 20 lbs; with lbs. With the knowledge of [[ReneeZellweger Renee Zellweger's]] own WeightWoe as a result of the 20 something 20-something pound weight gain to play BridgetJones BridgetJones, and the [[YouAreFat press's own negative attention]] towards her [[HollywoodPudgy post 1970 post-1970 Hollywood atypical curves]] curves]], and her rapid weight loss after the completion of the films, the dialogue can come off as awkward and insensitive.
* HilariousInHindsight: One of Charlie's sons exclaims "Man, how the hell can they call Pluto a planet - man what planet, man? What kind of planet has an elliptical orbit? This shit don't make sense!" Pluto was demoted in 2006, six years after the movie was released. while While we're at it...
10th Apr '16 6:39:11 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* [[HeyItsThatGuy Hey, It's That Guy!]]: Shannon Whirry, 90's erotic b-movie queen, aptly plays the endowed mother.
26th Aug '15 2:10:14 AM scrooge20mcduck
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* EvilIsCool: Hank. Definetely Hank. He's dark and sinister, confronted a group of people for throwing a smoke on the ground and gives a fight in the end of the movie.
25th Aug '15 4:02:10 PM scrooge20mcduck
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* EvilIsCool: Hank. Defenetly Hank. He's dark and sinister, confronted a group of people for throwing a smoke on the ground and gives a fight in the end of the movie.

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* EvilIsCool: Hank. Defenetly Definetely Hank. He's dark and sinister, confronted a group of people for throwing a smoke on the ground and gives a fight in the end of the movie.
25th Jul '15 3:30:40 AM XSamurai
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* EvilIsCool: Hank. Defenetly Hank. He's dark and sinister, confronted a group of people for throwing a smoke on the ground and gives a fight in the end of the movie.
26th Apr '15 6:13:22 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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--> '''Guy:''' Half Italian. That's probably why the water beats of the hair huh?

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--> '''Guy:''' Half Italian. That's probably why the water beats of beads up and rolls off the hair huh?
9th Apr '15 11:23:08 PM STFilmmaker
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** Becomes a bit of an IronWoobie, because regardless of who their real father is, Charlie loves his kids. He can take abuse directed at him, but when it comes to his kids, even his doormat status prompts him to defend them without even thinking.
--> '''Guy:''' JustBetweenYouAndMe, D'you ever notice that your kids have a year round tan?
--> '''Charlie:''' Yeah well, my great grandmother's half Italian.
--> '''Guy:''' Half Italian. That's probably why the water beats of the hair huh?
6th Feb '15 6:42:20 AM MinisterOfSinister
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: At their worst, Hank's actions are played as BlackComedy.



** JerkassWoobie: Hank. He's the one who has had to deal with all of Charlie's repressed rage for twenty years or so, and never gets out to express it. He also notes to Irene that before Charlie's wife left him, their personality was more integrated; when she left, she left both of them, and that was the point when Charlie split off the Hank personality and locked it away.

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** JerkassWoobie: Hank. He's the one who has had to deal with all of Charlie's repressed rage for twenty years or so, and never gets out to express it. He also notes to Irene that before Charlie's wife left him, their personality was more integrated; when she left, she left both of them, and that was the point when Charlie split off the Hank personality and locked it away. While obviously no excuse for his actions, it does make you feel for him, especially when he begins crying.
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