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Ganon42
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06:08:06 PM May 26th 2013
Does anyone know what sketch the link on the description for Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness was supposed to point to? The video's gone now.
SeptimusHeap
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02:24:42 AM Jul 6th 2012
What trope is this?
  • Peter: Something I've always wondered, John... how the boy ended up living with Marjorie after the divorce.
    John: The court ruled that I was violent and unstable, an unfit father.
    Peter: Well, that's a damn joke, John! If they could have seen how you've parented this company!
    John: Yeah, well, Marjorie told them a story about how one night I'd been working late, I came home, and I... I sensed in Marjorie's eyes and voice a sneering, a mocking. I don't know, I suppose I must have flipped... I emptied a bowl of trifle all over her.
    Peter: So, she got custardy?
    John: Very.
davidjcutter
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12:05:44 PM Apr 14th 2012
Does anyone know where the enforced method acting came from? In 50 not out, Stephen Fry praised Hugh for making it look like he'd really socked him. The only time I know they're actually supposed to have made contact is in the Schumacher sketch and if you look at Stephen's face you can tell it.
davidjcutter
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12:05:43 PM Apr 14th 2012
Does anyone know where the enforced method acting came from? In 50 not out, Stephen Fry praised Hugh for making it look like he'd really socked him. The only time I know they're actually supposed to have made contact is in the Schumacher sketch and if you look at Stephen's face you can tell it.
aleatharhea
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11:55:54 AM Dec 29th 2010
edited by aleatharhea
Someone added "Author Filibuster" without example. Citing this trope screams for citing an example in this case. I've only watched season 1 so far, so haven't seen it. All I've seen so far is satire.
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