History YMMV / TheWall

9th Jul '17 1:54:42 PM Maddoxsort
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* {{Padding}}: Of course, it would not be an NBC game show without it being excessively stretched out. The final round is the worst offender. There's also the fact that it almost seems scripted for the couples/families to play it up for the cameras where they yammer on about how they've gotten to where they are now before announcing whether or not they've torn up the contract, and then the other person drags it out by taking their sweet time to get to the meat of the conversation through working up to the reveal of their final total instead of it just being "I did/did not tear up the contract", followed by "we won/would have won this much money", which is ''all'' we need to know. In other words, most endings will probably have you screaming, ''"Get on with it!"'' There's even one episode where a question comes up about car brands and a daughter realizes her father is ''sure'' to bore them all with a long-winded story about his van, and gets Chris and her family to bet on it. And wouldn't you know it, he ''does'', [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments completely stalling out the game.]]

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* {{Padding}}: Of course, it would not be an NBC game show without it being excessively stretched out. The final round is the worst offender. There's also the fact that it almost seems scripted for the couples/families to play it up for the cameras where they yammer on about how they've gotten to where they are now before announcing whether or not they've torn up the contract, and then the other person drags it out by taking their sweet time to get to the meat of the conversation through working up to the reveal of their final total instead of it just being a direct "I did/did not tear up the contract", followed by "we won/would have won this much money", which is ''all'' we need to know. In other words, most endings will probably have you screaming, ''"Get on with it!"'' There's even one episode where a question comes up about car brands and a daughter realizes her father is ''sure'' to bore them all with a long-winded story about his van, and gets Chris and her family to bet on it. And wouldn't you know it, he ''does'', [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments completely stalling out the game.]]
9th Jul '17 1:51:23 PM Maddoxsort
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** Anyone who fat fingers the buttons in the opening round by pressing the incorrect response by accident, which locks it in.

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** Anyone who fat fingers fat-fingers the buttons in the opening round by pressing the incorrect response by accident, which locks it in.in (anti-cheating precaution).
9th Jul '17 1:50:17 PM Maddoxsort
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** Anyone who fat fingers the buttons in the opening round by pressing the incorrect response by accident, which locks it in.
9th Jul '17 1:48:59 PM Maddoxsort
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* {{Padding}}: Of course, it would not be an NBC game show without it being excessively stretched out. The final round is the worst offender. There's also the fact that it almost seems scripted for the couples/families to yammer on about how they've gotten to where they are now before announcing whether or not they've torn up the contract, and then the other person drags it out by taking their sweet time to get to the meat of the conversation by working up to the reveal of their final total instead of it just being "I did/did not tear up the contract", followed by "we won/would have won this much money", which is ''all'' we need to know. In other words, most endings will probably have you screaming, ''"Get on with it!"'' There's even one episode where a question comes up about car brands and a daughter realizes her father is ''sure'' to bore them all with a long-winded story about his van, and gets Chris and her family to bet on it. And wouldn't you know it, he ''does'', [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments completely stalling out the game.]]

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* {{Padding}}: Of course, it would not be an NBC game show without it being excessively stretched out. The final round is the worst offender. There's also the fact that it almost seems scripted for the couples/families to play it up for the cameras where they yammer on about how they've gotten to where they are now before announcing whether or not they've torn up the contract, and then the other person drags it out by taking their sweet time to get to the meat of the conversation by through working up to the reveal of their final total instead of it just being "I did/did not tear up the contract", followed by "we won/would have won this much money", which is ''all'' we need to know. In other words, most endings will probably have you screaming, ''"Get on with it!"'' There's even one episode where a question comes up about car brands and a daughter realizes her father is ''sure'' to bore them all with a long-winded story about his van, and gets Chris and her family to bet on it. And wouldn't you know it, he ''does'', [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments completely stalling out the game.]]
9th Jul '17 1:48:02 PM Maddoxsort
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* {{Padding}}: Of course, it would not be an NBC game show without it being excessively stretched out. The final round is the worst offender.

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* {{Padding}}: Of course, it would not be an NBC game show without it being excessively stretched out. The final round is the worst offender. There's also the fact that it almost seems scripted for the couples/families to yammer on about how they've gotten to where they are now before announcing whether or not they've torn up the contract, and then the other person drags it out by taking their sweet time to get to the meat of the conversation by working up to the reveal of their final total instead of it just being "I did/did not tear up the contract", followed by "we won/would have won this much money", which is ''all'' we need to know. In other words, most endings will probably have you screaming, ''"Get on with it!"'' There's even one episode where a question comes up about car brands and a daughter realizes her father is ''sure'' to bore them all with a long-winded story about his van, and gets Chris and her family to bet on it. And wouldn't you know it, he ''does'', [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments completely stalling out the game.]]
24th Jun '17 8:12:02 PM WarriorsGate
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** In 1985, Pink actor Bob Geldof started "Live Aid", which was supposed to raise money to fight famine in Etihopia. However, a portion of the money (it's not certain how much) went into the pockets of '''actual''' genocidal dictator Mengistu Haile Mariam.

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** In 1985, Pink this film, actor Bob Geldof plays a genocidal dictator. In 1985, he started "Live Aid", which was supposed to raise money to fight famine in Etihopia. However, a portion of the money (it's not certain how much) went into the pockets of '''actual''' genocidal dictator Mengistu Haile Mariam.Mariam to fight his civil war.
24th Jun '17 8:09:55 PM WarriorsGate
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** In 1985, Pink actor Bob Geldof started "Live Aid", which was supposed to raise money to fight famine in Etihopia. However, a portion of the money (it's not certain how much) went into the pockets of '''actual''' genocidal dictator Mengistu Haile Mariam.
10th Jun '17 6:58:46 AM PeaceAndLove
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* {{Fanon}}: Though [[WordOfGod Roger Waters]] has never confirmed or denied this, many fans believe that the titular song in ''The Final Cut'' is also told from Pink's perspective, and that it serves as a sort of epilogue to ''The Wall''.

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* {{Fanon}}: Though [[WordOfGod Roger Waters]] has never confirmed or denied this, many fans believe that the titular song in ''The Final Cut'' ''Music/TheFinalCut'' is also told from Pink's perspective, and that it serves as a sort of epilogue to ''The Wall''.


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** [[Music/AMomentaryLapseOfReason "Would you like to LEARN TO FLY?"]]
29th May '17 6:34:44 PM Gimere
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!!The Music/PinkFloyd album:

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!!The Music/PinkFloyd album:[[folder:For the Pink Floyd album]]




!!The GameShow:

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** The contestant who guessed that the orange ghost in ''VideoGame/PacMan'' was named ''Pinky'' -- which is actually the [[CaptainObvious pink one]].

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** The contestant who guessed that the orange ghost in ''VideoGame/PacMan'' was named ''Pinky'' -- which is actually the [[CaptainObvious pink one]].one]].
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11th May '17 10:13:22 AM PeaceAndLove
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** [[UsefulNotes/DonaldTrump "Mother, should I build the wall? Mother, should I run for president?"]]
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