Main Ooh Me Accents Slipping Discussion

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03:52:43 PM Jun 8th 2013
This is clearly Trivia, not a Trope-unless its used in-universe. So there should be a separation of these two instances.
03:00:16 AM Jul 26th 2012
I cut "Charmed was Julian McMahon's first role that required him to use an American accent, and as such his native New South Wales accent breaks through a few times in the early Cole episodes. It tends to happen on the last word or two of his lines." due to factual error. McMahon was on Profiler from 1996 to 2000. It was not until after that show ended in 2000 that he joined the cast of Charmed. On Profiler, he was also playing an American, FBI agent John Grant.
06:48:36 PM Apr 27th 2011
I have a hard time buying most of these. "Listen carefully to the third word of the second sentence he says 90 minutes into the movie. His accent TOTALLY SLIPS!" It's like how people use the term "line readings" to criticize something... they're trying to manufacture negativity through overspecificity rather than letting it generate on its own.
11:55:23 PM Oct 27th 2010
Does anyone know which episode of Frasier has Martin Crane slipping into a Mancunian accent during a dream sequence? I've seen the one where he mocks Jane Leeves' character, but it's very short!
03:34:30 PM Apr 28th 2010
Umm, did Karl Urban in Star Trek really slip back into New Zealander? To me, not only did he get the accent right, but his mannerisms of Bones, too.
03:38:35 PM Apr 28th 2010
If you don't agree you can always delete. It's not like the entry has much detail.
03:40:43 PM Apr 28th 2010
Ehh, alright.
02:05:35 PM Apr 23rd 2010
Which south?