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->''"I want a rematch once I get my boobs back."''
-->-- '''Nanase''', ''WebComic/ElGoonishShive''

Whenever you try to explain a storyline to a friend, especially in {{Arc}} heavy shows, you often have to pepper your dialogue with a NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer.

When you watch a story from the beginning, when a major plot point happens you are often primed for it because of the events of the story that build to it. Then you try to explain it to your friends... which results in blank stares, because they weren't primed the whole story for it, no matter how well you describe it to them.

This is a phrase to use when describing a complicated story point, because really, a person does not need to hear the history of Franchise/StarTrek from the beginning to understand the use of a trope.

The reasons why this is needed can vary, quite often due to ContinuityLockOut, MindScrew and/or a KudzuPlot.

See also LessDisturbingInContext, a closely related concept, and MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext, the direct opposite of this. May be [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by calling a statement ARareSentence.

As this is a page defining fanspeak, there's no need for examples, though obviously this can happen in RealLife as well due to lack of context.