• 1 Jun 25th, 2017 at 5:05PM
    Lastest Reply: 25th Jun, 2017 06:06:44 PM
    Playstation 1 was the first cd-based gaming system I can remember my family having when I was a kid, and one day I suddenly got curious about what would happen if you put a game disc in a CD player: Normally the answer is "nothing" of course, but in the case of the game I happened to try it with, the developers actually did put a short audio track on the disc: It was simply a few seconds of silence followed by someone saying "Hey, this isn't a CD that you listen to, this is a CD that you play!" (or something along those lines). Reply
  • 1 Jun 25th, 2017 at 7:07AM
    Lastest Reply: 25th Jun, 2017 07:44:05 AM
    There used to be a show from 2005-2015 that had two little boys (animated) that both started with the letter 'J'. They had a sister, and they would always cause mischief. Please help me track down this show!!! Reply
  • 1 Jun 24th, 2017 at 10:10PM
    Lastest Reply: 25th Jun, 2017 03:21:18 AM
    A trailer I remember vividly - I think for an action movie - opens with a woman in a confessional, admitting to have broken the Fifth Commandment; the priest says "ah, you killed someone," and she replies, "that's not the Fifth Commandment." That part is what really stuck with me, since of course, that is the Fifth Commandment, and I wouldn't actually learn until much later that Protestants and Jews call it the sixth - but this was a confessional, and I'm pretty sure they had Spanish accents, so... anyway... I think what she says next is that she "disrespected a priest... you," and action-movie stuff is intercut. I think I might have asked this before - does anyone have any idea what it might have been? Reply
  • 2 Jun 24th, 2017 at 8:08PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 24th Jun, 2017 08:34:58 PM
    I remember it was on several years ago. There was a woman who had two sons and wanted revenge on this businessman who had two daughters. One of her sons was a doctor and didn't want to get involved in the revenge scheme, but the other went along with it. I think her plan was to have her sons seduce the businessman's daughters to get control of his company, but the son that agreed went after the wrong daughter. Reply
  • 0 Jun 24th, 2017 at 7:07PM
    So i have really brief memories of a music video that aired on VH-1. It was Video game styled and it was about a big yellow bird with no arms and purple legs, who went through levels rescuing portraits of various celebrities and there was a giant spider boss, who when defeated turned good and became rainbow colored and then they went to the beach together. Reply
  • 0 Jun 24th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    I remember it was some sort fight scene. The protagonists (there were two, I believe) were fighting some sort of monster. I somewhat remember them being witches, magical girls or some sort of magically powered girls. I also remember a fourth, smaller "sidekick" type character. It was very dark, likely night time, and I remember it taking place in some sort of wasteland, or perhaps a forest. I do remember there being a large hole that a character was hiding in. I forget completely what the monster looked like, except for one detail; it having an appendage with a stinger on the end of it, I remember it looking sort of like Imperfect Cell's. However, the most memorable part, as well as why the clip was uploaded, was that when stung by the monster, the part of the protagonists body it hit would inflate/expand, I'm certain it hit one of them in the breasts, and I believe the other was stung in the butt. I know this makes me sound like a huge pervert, but it's been bothering me for a while. Reply
  • 1 Jun 24th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Web Original
    Lastest Reply: 24th Jun, 2017 04:10:43 PM
    this show probably came out in 2015-2016. it was a oringial series from a app, which i dont remember as well. that show was a boy a young adult man who movies in with his lesbian cousin(internet famous dancer) in hopes of doing the same. he ends up join her crew and work at a bar part time as well as meeting a girl i think her name was carly. there have to other roommate a black guy and another guy. later these a huge internet base dancer contest and the young man ends up dancing in a ring of flames. thats all i can remember can you guys please help me find this show? Reply

      oh and the show was drama base
  • 0 Jun 24th, 2017 at 3:03PM
    There was a cartoon show with a female lead, I believe set as an old western. It had the main character riding a horse in the opening theme. NOT The Legend of Calamity Jane. It aired in the 90's. Drama show. I distinctly remember one episode where the main girl had to dress up which was not a norm for her. Maybe she had red hair. Probably not nearly enough info but all I can remember. Reply
  • 1 Jun 24th, 2017 at 3:03PM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Jun, 2017 09:41:57 PM
    Why the heck this isn't in Tv Tropes? Reply

      TV Tropes is run by volunteers, and the main thing determining whether there's a page about a work is whether somebody cares enough to go to the effort of making it. If it matters to you, you're welcome to make the page yourself.

      (But in future, please ask questions like that on a more appropriate page.)
  • 0 Jun 24th, 2017 at 3:03PM
    what significance does hitomi have? Reply
  • 1 Jun 24th, 2017 at 5:05AM
    Lastest Reply: 24th Jun, 2017 05:04:58 PM
    I've looked for this site/game for years now! It was around in the early 2000's. Basically, you had to choose different customizable features for a new bird species (I remember beak shape and foot structure), then choose where it would live, like a swamp or a forest, etc.. You'd get a score/message telling you how well your bird would do based on its adaptations. It is NOT "build-a-beast"—but that's a similar idea! It's also not "who wants to live a million years", although I enjoy that one. I think the pictures were realistic/almost watercolor-like, but I was four or five at the time, so that detail is a little sketchy. Reply
  • 4 Jun 24th, 2017 at 5:05AM
    Lastest Reply: 25th Jun, 2017 09:51:10 AM
    I played an online game back when I was in elementary school (so in the range of 2006-2008). The main characters were yellow and spherical. I don't think they were emoji-based, though; this was before emojis were popularized. The name was rather cutesy/whimsical, if I remember correctly. I think there were mazes/quests involved? It might have been available on Big Fish Games, but I'm not sure about that. Sorry if it's not enough information. Also, I'm pretty sure it had absolutely nothing to do with the Pac-Man franchise. Reply
  • 1 Jun 24th, 2017 at 1:01AM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 24th Jun, 2017 01:20:44 AM
    This cartoon was shown on Cartoon Network at 5 am (British time). It follows the adventures of three kids (1 boy, 2 girls) and their pet bird as they have adventures the length and breadth of European history (e.g. Romans, Greeks, Black Death, WW1). This was shown around 27 years ago. Reply

      Since you know the title of the show, are you asking for others to help you make a page or chat about it or something
  • 1 Jun 23rd, 2017 at 11:11PM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Jun, 2017 11:22:09 PM
    I remember watching this show when I was little, it was some sort of spinoff to Blue's Clues, and it had Blue as the main character, only she was a live action puppet and could talk, and she lived in a house with a bunch of other characters. I don't remember most of the episodes, just a bit where Blue met Cinderella, one of the characters singing Happy Birthday everyday because it's someone's birthday everyday, and a Christmas special where Blue uses a candle to help either Steve or Joe, I can't remember which one, find their way to her house in the dark snow storm. I asked my parents about it when the show crossed my mind, and they claimed to not remember it, so I kind of just want to be assured that I didn't imagine this whole show. Reply

      A quick search suggests that you are looking for Blue's Room
  • 1 Jun 23rd, 2017 at 8:08PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 24th Jun, 2017 11:45:49 AM
    they were a monster in a swimming pool and these teenagers found out and they went to check it out one gets in the swimming pool and gets eaten but they keep feeding it and stuff and it had like mist coming up from it but noone else noticed cause it was in a fenced in backyard Reply

      It might be a film adaptation (included in Creepshow 2) of the short story The Raft by Stephen King; although not all details match and I've never seen the movie, only read the story, so it's sort of a guess on my part.
  • 2 Jun 23rd, 2017 at 5:05PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 24th Jun, 2017 11:45:35 AM
    It was an educational family comedy like Bill Nye and most likely was broken up in segments for each episode. I'm almost positive the host was a woman and I remember one episode covered math or something like that. It was on a track and the woman insisted they all couldn't be the same length so the coach challenged her to go ahead and measure it all. She ran every time, measuring the length of each track. At the end, she turns to the coach and the rest of the track team, and admits he was right. Then the coach is like, "ready to start?" and she collapses in exhaustion. Reply

      Brainiac: Science Abuse

      I watched it in third grade in a classroom. From what I've found of that show, I highly doubt my teacher would've shown that show.
  • 2 Jun 22nd, 2017 at 3:03PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Jun, 2017 12:50:03 AM
    It was this drama action live show - might've aired on nick, maybe toon - but the show involved a guy being able to see the future. Not the far ahead future but a couple minutes or seconds in the future. There was a scene where two guys were locked in the trunk of a car without much air. An that guy has to save em. I remember faintly the beginning of the series had to do with that guy getting into a fight, defending this little Guy, then cops or someone took him in a took him to this place. Might've been an academy or something. Pretty sure this series runs 1 hour long. Much obliged! Reply
  • 3 Jun 22nd, 2017 at 11:11AM
    Lastest Reply: 23rd Jun, 2017 01:47:06 PM
    In the early 1990s, I caught most of an animé movie on TV. It involved what were either aliens or robots, possibly made of stone (they were large and definitely grey or beige) that looked sort of like the ones in Laputa: Castle in the Sky but it definitely wasn’t that film. At some point in the film, these creatures (?) talk to the protagonist about time being circular, or at least not linear, and the way they talked in the dubbed version of the film that I saw had them using sentences with verbs of multiple tenses stuck together, sort of like “we were-will be x.” I think the film was made in the late 1970s or in the 1980s.

    Does this ring any bells with anyone? I have had no luck tracing this online. Reply

      Is there anything useful to you on the Time-Travel Tense Trouble page?

      Gandahar (known as Light Years in English)

      You No Take Candle: The mutants said everything in both the past and future tenses (example: "was will be" instead of "is"). The trope is played with because the mutants are trying to tell the main character that he's going to be doing some time traveling. In the English version, they are also terrified of the present, so they fall back on the prophecy and find solace in the past-future.

      @Paul A — Sorry, I didn't find anything useful there. @Erica B — Sorry, it's not Gandahar, and I couldn't find anything on the You No Take Candle page, either. The movie was definitely Japanese in style, unlike Gandahar. Also, the aliens/creatures whatever in the movie didn't give me the impression of being confused or unable to think like a human; they were trying to explain how they perceived things to the protagonist (who I don't remember anything about at all) and the mixed tenses seemed more natural to them.
  • 0 Jun 22nd, 2017 at 10:10AM
    There were these two guys, and in this one part, a cobra was sliding down the stairs, following the contours of the staircase as it did so. Then when it got to the bottom, it sprang up and bit one of the guys on the neck. The other one fought it off, and then the snake went back up the stairs the same way it came down.

    And in another part, they went into a fancy-looking office with a very large bay window. Then a giant eyeball appeared outside the window. One of the guys looked freaked out at it, but the other didn't notice. Reply
  • 0 Jun 22nd, 2017 at 9:09AM
    A kid is having an asthma attack in a school/library and seeks help through instant messenger and another kid starts to talk to him and saves him by figuring out his location.. Reply
  • 1 Jun 22nd, 2017 at 9:09AM
    Lastest Reply: 25th Jun, 2017 01:05:03 PM
    in black and white, I think girl loses something and goes to a train station. its a love story? I honestly dont remember much. Reply
  • 0 Jun 22nd, 2017 at 9:09AM
    It was a science show for kids, and they had these small segments, where one was called "out of this world" where they make something big, and another one is in a lab and test out something. I believe I watched it on tvo kids. Reply
  • 2 Jun 22nd, 2017 at 2:02AM
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Jun, 2017 02:32:19 AM
    the series had to be filmed in the mid to late nineties. It revolved around a white male cop and a female cop that was native American. Several members of the cast were native Americans. The setting was similar to Alaska however when I look for the shows filmed in Alaska I can't find it. In our country the show was called "Na sever" which would be roughly translated "Due North" or "Northbound". It Was the type of show where you follow the two cops, their work and the people in the community. Thank You. Reply

      North of 60?

      jormis29, Thank you. That's it.
  • 0 Jun 21st, 2017 at 11:11PM
    I honestly don't remember much about this movie. It was a live action movie about a woman and her teenage daughter. The daughter was attacked at the beginning and the mother saves her, and she spends the rest of the movie doing whatever she can to keep her daughter safe from strangers. However, we learn at the end that her daughter was Dead All Along and she's been hallucinating the entire time. There's plenty of foreshadowing, as nobody ever acknowledges the daughter. That's all I can remember, sorry! Reply
  • 1 Jun 21st, 2017 at 8:08PM
    Web Original
    Lastest Reply: 22nd Jun, 2017 10:15:42 PM
    There was this old sprite movie series on YouTube from like 2007-2008-ish involving Kirby and Yoshi living together. There was this one episode where they get robbed by a Bandit named BG Bandit. There were also two recurring characters called the Super Soccer Bros(?) who taught Yoshi and Kirby special moves like the Bros. Moves in Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga. The sprites used looked like they were from Game Boy Advance games. Reply

      Oh I found it! It was Kirby Vs Shy Guy. I think someone just uploaded the comic in a video format when I discovered it way back in the day. The videos seem to have been taken down some time ago.