Looking at The Real Remington Steele
's title, I do not really know how one is supposed to figure out the trope itself. According to its laconic page the trope is "[t]he false alias a character creates turns out to be a real person," but while I can kind of guess something about a false alias from the "real" part of the title, I do not think it really is clear enough. By looking at the title and description alone, I think the name is too work dependent and might be confused with the TV show Remington Steele
Also, the TV show's trope page says that "[t]he trope The Real Remington Steele, while not occurring in the show, takes its name from it," which I think makes the name even more confusing.
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The usage does not look awful to me, but I do not know that it is really great either
I am not totally sure about this though since I am unfamiliar with Remington Steele
. I guess this might be a preexisting term or something. That is why I want to know what other people think.
edited 10th May '11 9:36:08 AM by LouieW
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