History YMMV / SCTV

21st Nov '17 1:04:14 AM Miso
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** While the 1982 Emmy acceptance fiasco is mostly hilarious, the very end of Joe Flaherty's acceptance speech is the cutest thing ever.
-->'''Joe Flaherty''', thanking people for the award: ... And my daughter, Gudrun. Hello, Gudrun! (CatSmile)
16th Aug '17 9:21:50 PM wikkit
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: Johnny LaRue suddenly waking up and blurting out "You couldn't tell she was 11, I swear!" during ''Mr. Science with Johnny LaRue''.

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* CrossesTheLineTwice: Johnny LaRue [=LaRue=] suddenly waking up and blurting out "You couldn't tell she was 11, I swear!" during ''Mr. Science with Johnny LaRue''.[=LaRue=]''.
25th Jul '17 8:54:12 AM Rockduded
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* CrossesTheLineTwice: Johnny LaRue suddenly waking up and blurting out "You couldn't tell she was 11, I swear!" during ''Mr. Science with Johnny LaRue''.
15th Jun '17 7:18:30 PM Ezclee4050
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** Given the trouble that "Alex Trebel" had with Margaret Meehan during the "High Q" sketches, it was funny when an actual woman named Margaret Meehan appeared on ''{{Series/Jeopardy}}'' in 2004 (unlike her fictional namesake she was good enough to win two days in a row).
3rd May '17 11:30:24 PM Miso
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** Bobby plants a kiss directly on Sammy's lips in ''their very first appearance together'' not three minutes after kissing him on the cheek and giving him a big hug as a greeting. Sammy doesn't look like he's objecting in the slightest.
** The news team delves into FoeYay on a regular basis. Earl's clueless attempts to get Floyd's attention and amuse him that just end up annoying him are very reminiscent of a little kid with a crush, and then there's the times Floyd [[AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther displays actual affection or at least concern for Earl]]...
14th Mar '17 1:00:15 PM crazyrabbits
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** One segment of ''Great White North'' had the brothers talking about ''Franchise/StarWars'', and Bob lamented that he wouldn't be able to buy all his tickets for upcoming films at once. He specifically wonders aloud if "Star Wars 30" will cost $6 a ticket. While the price of tickets has long since gone past that price mark, he wasn't so far off with his prediction of the total number of films, considering that Creator/{{Disney}} made it clear that there were intent on releasing ''Star Wars'' films and spinoffs annually for the foreseeable future.

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** One segment of ''Great White North'' had the brothers talking about ''Franchise/StarWars'', and Bob lamented that he wouldn't be able to buy all his tickets for upcoming films at once. He specifically wonders aloud if "Star Wars 30" will cost $6 a ticket. While the price of tickets has long since gone past that price mark, he wasn't so far off with his prediction of the total number of films, considering that Creator/{{Disney}} made it clear that there were they are intent on releasing ''Star Wars'' films and spinoffs annually for the foreseeable future.
14th Mar '17 12:59:46 PM crazyrabbits
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** One segment of ''Great White North'' had the brothers talking about ''Franchise/StarWars'', and Bob lamented that he wouldn't be able to buy all his tickets for upcoming films at once. He specifically wonders aloud if "Star Wars 30" will cost $6 a ticket. While the price of tickets has long since gone past that price mark, he wasn't so far off with his prediction of the total number of films, considering that Creator/{{Disney}} made it clear that there were intent on releasing ''Star Wars'' films and spinoffs annually for the foreseeable future.
4th Aug '16 6:36:26 PM themisterfree
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** CCCP1 broadcast a game show called ''Uposcrabblenyk'', apparently based of the [[TabletopGame/{{Scrabble}} board game]]. That episode was one of the ones broadcast on NBC- which, three years later, would debut an ''actual'' ''Scrabble'' [[Series/{{Scrabble}} game show]].
21st May '16 4:15:36 PM maxwellsilver
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** A mild one, but Bob and Doug exchanging Christmas presents with each other in "Christmas Staff Party". And later in the same episode, [[spoiler:Johnny [=LaRue=] receiving a crane shot from Santa Claus]].
** From the same episode, the entire cast singing "White Christmas" together.

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** A mild one, but Bob and Doug exchanging Christmas presents with each other in "Christmas Staff Party". And later in the same episode, [[spoiler:Johnny [=LaRue=] receiving a crane shot from Santa Claus]].
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Claus]]. From the same episode, the entire cast singing "White Christmas" together.
24th Apr '16 7:21:59 PM maxwellsilver
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* DudeNotFunny: The season 1 episode "Ethnic Humor" is incredibly racist towards Roma people and very hard to watch. Even Harold Ramis delivering an out-of-character apology before it begins is ruined by how he explains that he's of Polish descent and knows how much racist jokes can hurt... and then immediately becomes the butt of a "dumb Pole" joke by having John Candy and Dave Thomas physically pick up a TV and turn it because he can't figure out how to turn the power knob.
** Lin Ye Tang and Swami Banananda are racist caricatures of Asian people played by decidedly non-Asian actors. The latter becomes slightly less cringe-worthy when you learn that the Swami's real name is Dennis Peterson (meaning that he's probably ''supposed'' to be a clueless white guy playing a racial stereotype), but Lin Ye Tang never really gets this treatment. Ditto a Japanese caricature that appears early in "Polynesiantown," though this one does at least get crushed by a giant Godzilla-esque monster.
* EarWorm: Where to start? How about the intro, especially seasons 2-4.

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* DudeNotFunny: EarWorm:
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The season 1 episode "Ethnic Humor" is incredibly racist towards Roma people and very hard to watch. Even Harold Ramis delivering an out-of-character apology before it begins is ruined by how he explains that he's of Polish descent and knows how much racist jokes can hurt... and then immediately becomes the butt of a "dumb Pole" joke by having John Candy and Dave Thomas physically pick up a TV and turn it because he can't figure out how to turn the power knob.
** Lin Ye Tang and Swami Banananda are racist caricatures of Asian people played by decidedly non-Asian actors. The latter becomes slightly less cringe-worthy when you learn that the Swami's real name is Dennis Peterson (meaning that he's probably ''supposed'' to be a clueless white guy playing a racial stereotype), but Lin Ye Tang never really gets this treatment. Ditto a Japanese caricature that appears early in "Polynesiantown," though this one does at least get crushed by a giant Godzilla-esque monster.
* EarWorm: Where to start? How about the
intro, especially seasons 2-4.
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