History YMMV / YesDear

22nd Apr '18 12:58:57 PM Business21
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* SeasonalRot: Began to hit in Season 5, and was in full-stop mode in Season 6. The story arc where Greg is unemployed is difficult to watch, and short-haired Kim falling to Christine's level of apathy about her marriage and children stood in pretty jarring contrast to her bubbly, neurotic portrayal of Season 1.

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* SeasonalRot: Began to hit in Season 5, and was in full-stop mode in Season 6. The story arc where Greg is unemployed is difficult to watch, and short-haired Kim falling to Christine's level of apathy about her marriage and children stood in pretty jarring contrast to her bubbly, neurotic portrayal of character in Season 1.
22nd Apr '18 12:58:14 PM Business21
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* SeasonalRot: Began to hit in Season 5, and was in full-stop mode in Season 6. The story arc where Greg is unemployed is difficult to watch, and short-haired Kim falling to Christine's level of apathy about her marriage and children stood in pretty jarring contrast to her bubbly, neurotic portrayal of Season 1.
22nd Apr '18 12:51:31 PM Business21
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* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs: For a generic show, the series had it's share of weird episodes. Taking the cake would probably be "Halloween," which starts out as a pretty standard episode but ends in a huge MindScrew involving Greg and Jimmy in bed with an elderly woman.
23rd Jul '17 4:00:31 PM nombretomado
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** In one episode, Jimmy unintentionally tells Creator/KevinSmith that his latest film (a WW2 comedy) sucks, at first Smith gets offended and demands an apology, but then he later admits to Jimmy that his film really does suck and he ends getting more funding to do a different film. A very similar scenario ended up happening with Smith in real life, after Smith directed ''CopOut'', Smith was pissed at critics for the negative reviews, then he later admitted the film really wasn't very good, and that was a big part of his decision to make ''Film/RedState''.

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** In one episode, Jimmy unintentionally tells Creator/KevinSmith that his latest film (a WW2 [=WW2=] comedy) sucks, at first Smith gets offended and demands an apology, but then he later admits to Jimmy that his film really does suck and he ends getting more funding to do a different film. A very similar scenario ended up happening with Smith in real life, after Smith directed ''CopOut'', Smith was pissed at critics for the negative reviews, then he later admitted the film really wasn't very good, and that was a big part of his decision to make ''Film/RedState''.
2nd Jul '17 3:03:48 AM Piterpicher
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** The parodying of ''Film/TheKarateKid''-style {{Determinator}} where Greg tries to stand up to a bully (played by ChristopherTitus) that continuously delivers [[CurbStompBattle Curb-Stomp Battles]] to him-even after getting training in Karate from a cameoing Pat Morita (to make things even more absurd, said training is on another side of the country and he has to fly to get the training and then ''back'' to face the bully).

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** The parodying of ''Film/TheKarateKid''-style {{Determinator}} where Greg tries to stand up to a bully (played by ChristopherTitus) Creator/ChristopherTitus) that continuously delivers [[CurbStompBattle Curb-Stomp Battles]] to him-even after getting training in Karate from a cameoing Pat Morita (to make things even more absurd, said training is on another side of the country and he has to fly to get the training and then ''back'' to face the bully).
15th Feb '17 12:22:14 PM JohnnyHuang
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* {{Squick}}: During the episode ''Speed Dating'', Billy asks Jimmy to go on speed dating with him for moral support, a proposition that Christine refuses to approve of -- that is, until Jimmy tells her that Billy spends many dateless nights fantasizing himself with her, a revelation that prompts Christine to change her mind at once.
16th Aug '16 2:09:42 PM Morgenthaler
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** In "Arm-prins", Greg has Sammy watch a VHS of ''BluesClues'' while he runs to the bathroom. Turns out he ''really'' wants to watch it, as Greg is forced to sit through it over 20 times. This eventually leads to him dreaming about being stuck in Steve's house.

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** In "Arm-prins", Greg has Sammy watch a VHS of ''BluesClues'' ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues'' while he runs to the bathroom. Turns out he ''really'' wants to watch it, as Greg is forced to sit through it over 20 times. This eventually leads to him dreaming about being stuck in Steve's house.



** The parodying of ''TheKarateKid''-style {{Determinator}} where Greg tries to stand up to a bully (played by ChristopherTitus) that continuously delivers [[CurbStompBattle Curb-Stomp Battles]] to him-even after getting training in Karate from a cameoing Pat Morita (to make things even more absurd, said training is on another side of the country and he has to fly to get the training and then ''back'' to face the bully).

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** The parodying of ''TheKarateKid''-style ''Film/TheKarateKid''-style {{Determinator}} where Greg tries to stand up to a bully (played by ChristopherTitus) that continuously delivers [[CurbStompBattle Curb-Stomp Battles]] to him-even after getting training in Karate from a cameoing Pat Morita (to make things even more absurd, said training is on another side of the country and he has to fly to get the training and then ''back'' to face the bully).
6th Oct '15 7:28:36 AM Anicomicgeek
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* AndYouThoughtItWouldFail: A number of critics predicted the series would be the first of the Fall 2000 batch to be cancelled. Oh, it did end - after six seasons[[note]]the show was even uncancelled once[[/note]].
6th Oct '15 7:28:36 AM Anicomicgeek
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* AndYouThoughtItWouldFail: A number of critics predicted the series would be the first of the Fall 2000 batch to be cancelled. Oh, it did end - after six seasons[[note]]the show was even uncancelled once[[/note]].
10th Jul '15 10:56:44 AM marcoasalazarm
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* In "Arm-prins", Greg has Sammy watch a VHS of ''BluesClues'' while he runs to the bathroom. Turns out he ''really'' wants to watch it, as Greg is forced to sit through it over 20 times. This eventually leads to him dreaming about being stuck in Steve's house.
** At the end, Kim discovers Steve Burns is in her bed, and they make out.....in front of Greg.
* The parodying of ''TheKarateKid''-style {{Determinator}} where Greg tries to stand up to a bully (played by ChristopherTitus) that continuously delivers [[CurbStompBattle Curb-Stomp Battles]] to him-even after getting training in Karate from a cameoing Pat Morita (to make things even more absurd, said training is on another side of the country and he has to fly to get the training and then ''back'' to face the bully).

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* ** In "Arm-prins", Greg has Sammy watch a VHS of ''BluesClues'' while he runs to the bathroom. Turns out he ''really'' wants to watch it, as Greg is forced to sit through it over 20 times. This eventually leads to him dreaming about being stuck in Steve's house.
** *** At the end, Kim discovers Steve Burns is in her bed, and they make out.....in front of Greg.
* ** The parodying of ''TheKarateKid''-style {{Determinator}} where Greg tries to stand up to a bully (played by ChristopherTitus) that continuously delivers [[CurbStompBattle Curb-Stomp Battles]] to him-even after getting training in Karate from a cameoing Pat Morita (to make things even more absurd, said training is on another side of the country and he has to fly to get the training and then ''back'' to face the bully).
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