History YMMV / OhGod

12th Jan '17 1:56:39 PM OlfinBedwere
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* {{Sequelitis}}: The general consensus is that the first movie was a quietly enjoyable and quirky comedy, with the sequels turning to more sitcom-like slapstick and suffering as a result. The changes in creators definitely didn't help.

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* {{Sequelitis}}: The general consensus is that the first movie was a quietly enjoyable and quirky comedy, with the sequels turning to more sitcom-like slapstick and suffering as a result. The changes in creators definitely didn't help.
* SurprisinglyImprovedSequel: While it's still not anywhere near as highly regarded as the first film, ''Oh, God! You Devil!'' was generally considered to be a step-up over the second film, for giving Burns more to do and having a slightly more interesting storyline.
11th Nov '15 2:56:04 AM erforce
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* BillingDisplacement: DonaldPleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He doesn't show up until the third act and has exactly ''two'' lines, one of which happens inaudibly because of a voiceover. The religious fanatic who wants Jerry to give her his "golden staff" has more lines than Pleasence does.

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* BillingDisplacement: DonaldPleasence Creator/DonaldPleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He doesn't show up until the third act and has exactly ''two'' lines, one of which happens inaudibly because of a voiceover. The religious fanatic who wants Jerry to give her his "golden staff" has more lines than Pleasence does.
23rd Sep '15 4:57:16 PM KneadToKnow
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* BillingDisplacement: Donald Pleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He doesn't show up until the third act and has exactly ''two'' lines, one of which happens inaudibly because of a voiceover. The religious fanatic who wants Jerry to give her his "golden staff" has more lines than Pleasence does.

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* BillingDisplacement: Donald Pleasence DonaldPleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He doesn't show up until the third act and has exactly ''two'' lines, one of which happens inaudibly because of a voiceover. The religious fanatic who wants Jerry to give her his "golden staff" has more lines than Pleasence does.
23rd Sep '15 4:56:32 PM KneadToKnow
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* BillingDisplacement: Donald Pleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He has exactly ''one'' audible line in the entire film, and one more that's covered up by a voiceover. The religious fanatic who wants Jerry to give her his "golden staff" has more lines than Pleasence does.

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* BillingDisplacement: Donald Pleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He doesn't show up until the third act and has exactly ''one'' audible line in the entire film, and ''two'' lines, one more that's covered up by of which happens inaudibly because of a voiceover. The religious fanatic who wants Jerry to give her his "golden staff" has more lines than Pleasence does.
23rd Sep '15 4:50:06 PM KneadToKnow
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* BillingDisplacement: Donald Pleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He has exactly ''one'' audible line in the entire film, and one more that's covered up by a voiceover. The religious nut who wants Jerry to give her his golden staff has more lines than Pleasence does.

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* BillingDisplacement: Donald Pleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He has exactly ''one'' audible line in the entire film, and one more that's covered up by a voiceover. The religious nut fanatic who wants Jerry to give her his golden staff "golden staff" has more lines than Pleasence does.
23rd Sep '15 4:49:24 PM KneadToKnow
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* BillingDisplacement: Donald Pleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He has exactly ''one'' audible line in the entire film, and one more that's covered up by a voiceover. Dinah Shore has more lines than Pleasence does.

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* BillingDisplacement: Donald Pleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He has exactly ''one'' audible line in the entire film, and one more that's covered up by a voiceover. Dinah Shore The religious nut who wants Jerry to give her his golden staff has more lines than Pleasence does.
23rd Sep '15 4:48:31 PM KneadToKnow
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* BillingDisplacement: Donald Pleasence comes ''fourth'' in the credits at the end. He has exactly ''one'' audible line in the entire film, and one more that's covered up by a voiceover. Dinah Shore has more lines than Pleasence does.
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