History YMMV / NightCourt

1st Jan '16 3:03:39 AM RobTan
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* TheChurchOfHappyology: Probably unintentional, since it was intended as a parody of pop psychology and not cults, but the support group Christine starts going to after her divorce has a lot of Happyology-esque traits.
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* TheChurchOfHappyology: ChurchOfHappyology: Probably unintentional, since it was intended as a parody of pop psychology and not cults, but the support group Christine starts going to after her divorce has a lot of Happyology-esque traits.
1st Jan '16 1:57:53 AM RobTan
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* TheChurchOfHappyology: Probably unintentional, since it was intended as a parody of pop psychology and not cults, but the support group Christine starts going to after her divorce has a lot of Happyology-esque traits.
29th Oct '15 1:51:03 PM Anarquistador
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---> '''Judge Drayton:''' There was once this girl who came through my courtroom, carrying a baby. Beautiful girl, seventeen or eighteen. Long, dark hair, dark complexion... and a big black eye where her husband had hit her. She asked me to make him stop. I said, fine, I'll send him to jail. I gave him two years...then she changed her testimony, she said she was lying! She didn't want her husband to go to jail! He was a good provider, he brought home money so the family could eat! All she wanted, was ''for him to stop hitting her!'' And...and I couldn't make him stop! In twenty-five years, I couldn't make ''anybody'' stop!
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---> '''Judge Drayton:''' There was once this girl who came through my courtroom, carrying a baby. Beautiful girl, seventeen or eighteen. Long, dark hair, dark complexion... and a big black eye where her husband had hit her. She asked me to make him stop. I said, fine, I'll send him to jail. I gave him two years...then she changed her testimony, she said she was lying! She didn't want her husband to go to jail! He was a good provider, he brought home money so the family could eat! All she wanted, was ''for him to stop hitting her!'' And...and And I couldn't make him stop! stop, Harry! In twenty-five years, I couldn't make ''anybody'' stop!
1st Jun '15 7:55:06 PM MagBas
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* BaseBreaker: The infamous "Wile E. Coyote" cameo. Either it's a hilarious throwaway gag, or stupid, senseless joke that bared no logic, and [[JumpTheShark signaled the downturn in quality for the rest of the show's run.]]
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* BaseBreaker: The infamous "Wile E. Coyote" cameo. Either it's a hilarious throwaway gag, or stupid, senseless joke that bared no logic, and [[JumpTheShark signaled the downturn in quality for the rest of the show's run.]]logic.
8th May '15 4:03:53 PM RobTan
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** Mac creates a workplace documentary which quickly evolves into a bizarre and surreal film that his friends hate and cannot sit through, however, it later becomes a cult phenomenon, with late night showings and fans dressed as the characters spouting catchphrases. [[Film/TheRoom Sound familiar?]]
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** Mac creates a workplace documentary student film which quickly evolves into a bizarre and surreal film movie that his friends hate and cannot sit through, however, it later becomes a cult phenomenon, with late night showings and fans dressed as the characters spouting catchphrases. [[Film/TheRoom Sound familiar?]]
8th May '15 3:59:33 PM RobTan
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** Mac creates a workplace documentary which quickly evolves into a bizarre and surreal film that his friends hate and cannot sit through, however, it later becomes a cult phenomenon, with late night showings and fans dressed as the characters spouting catchphrases. [[Film/TheRoom Sound familiar?]]
31st Mar '15 10:30:40 PM Brandon
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* BaseBreaker: The infamous "Wile E. Coyote" cameo. Either it's a hilarious throwaway gag, or s stupid, senseless joke that bared no logic, and [[JumpTheShark signaled the downturn in quality for the rest of the show's run.]]
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* BaseBreaker: The infamous "Wile E. Coyote" cameo. Either it's a hilarious throwaway gag, or s stupid, senseless joke that bared no logic, and [[JumpTheShark signaled the downturn in quality for the rest of the show's run.]]
31st Mar '15 10:30:20 PM Brandon
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* BaseBreaker: The infamous "Wile E. Coyote" cameo. Either it's a hilarious throwaway gag, or s stupid, senseless joke that bared no logic, and [[JumpTheShark signaled the downturn in quality for the rest of the show's run.]]
16th Mar '15 11:37:01 AM themisterfree
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** Actually, it was more a parody of what happened in 1980, when Lew Grade (the guy who brought us ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}'' and ''Series/TheMuppetShow'') attempted a DarkerAndEdgier reboot called ''The Legend of the Lone Ranger'', and lawyers forced the original Lone Ranger actor to stop touring with his costume; legal stuff ensued, the public got wind of this and supported the actor, resulting in the movie dying quickly at the box office. (This was pretty much the nail in the coffin for Grade's movie-making aspirations; his previous film, the notorious flop ''Film/RaiseTheTitanic'', as well as the Village People movie ''Don't Stop The Music'' had killed the ITC/EMI joint venture AFD (Associated Film Distribution) and forced him to sell the remainder of the AFD films to Universal.)
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** Actually, it was more a parody of what happened in 1980, when Lew Grade (the guy who brought us ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}'' and ''Series/TheMuppetShow'') attempted a DarkerAndEdgier reboot called ''The Legend of the Lone Ranger'', and lawyers forced the original Lone Ranger actor to stop touring with his costume; legal stuff ensued, the public got wind of this and supported the actor, resulting in the movie dying quickly at the box office. (This was pretty much the nail in the coffin for Grade's movie-making aspirations; his previous film, the notorious flop ''Film/RaiseTheTitanic'', as well as the Village People movie ''Don't ''Can't Stop The Music'' had killed the ITC/EMI joint venture AFD (Associated Film Distribution) and forced him to sell the remainder of the AFD films to Universal.)
16th Mar '15 11:36:21 AM themisterfree
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** Actually, it was more a parody of what happened in 1980, when Lew Grade (the guy who brought us ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}'' and ''Series/TheMuppetShow'') attempted a DarkerAndEdgier reboot called ''The Legend of the Lone Ranger'', and lawyers forced the original Lone Ranger actor to stop touring with his costume; legal stuff ensued, the public got wind of this and supported the actor, resulting in the movie dying quickly at the box office. (This was pretty much the nail in the coffin for Grade's movie-making aspirations; his previous film, the notorious flop ''Film/RaiseTheTitanic'', as well as the Village People movie ''Don't Stop The Music'' had killed the ITC/EMI joint venture AFD (Associated Film Distribution) and forced him to sell the remainder of the AFD films to Universal.)
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