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-->-- '''[[Creator/BenCroshaw Yahtzee Croshaw]]''', LetsDrownOut, during VideoGame/TheXFilesResistOrServe video

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-->-- '''[[Creator/BenCroshaw Yahtzee Croshaw]]''', LetsDrownOut, LetsPlay/LetsDrownOut, during VideoGame/TheXFilesResistOrServe video

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->I remember when I was a kid, the [[WesternAnimation/XMen X-Men cartoon series]] was my first exposure to the [[ComicBook/XMen X-Men.]] And I was like, "Why do they keep [[ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} that guy]] around? He obviously can't use the knives."
-->-- '''[[Creator/BenCroshaw Yahtzee Croshaw]]''', LetsDrownOut, during VideoGame/TheXFilesResistOrServe video


->''"One such rejection, after requesting the full book, turned it down on the basis there was ''“too much bad language,”'' presumably, during [[ComicallyMissingThePoint all the murders and drug-binges]], and the scenes involving one of history’s most famous monsters, bringing to mind the gangster scenes in ''{{Series/Eastenders}}'', where Phil Mitchell jams a gun into somebody’s temple and threatens to ''“[[GoshDangItToHeck flippin’ well kill ya, you bloomin’ nit!]]”''"''

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->''"One ->One such rejection, after requesting the full book, turned it down on the basis there was ''“too much bad language,”'' presumably, during [[ComicallyMissingThePoint all the murders and drug-binges]], and the scenes involving one of history’s most famous monsters, bringing to mind the gangster scenes in ''{{Series/Eastenders}}'', where Phil Mitchell jams a gun into somebody’s temple and threatens to ''“[[GoshDangItToHeck “[[GoshDangItToHeck flippin’ well kill ya, you bloomin’ nit!]]”''"''nit!]]”



->''"The ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} comic had some problems. He had all the rage of a [[MalcolmXerox revolutionary '70s black man]], but angry black men in the '70s didn't write no jive funny books. And from the looks of his [[Creator/MrT jibba jabba]], I don't think they even had one around to do part-time consulting. So at any given time, Luke Cage may or may not have been saying things that mean anything. Then this nonsense moon language was sent to people even more square where they put it through a filter to make sure it was rated G."''

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->''"The ->The ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} comic had some problems. He had all the rage of a [[MalcolmXerox revolutionary '70s black man]], but angry black men in the '70s didn't write no jive funny books. And from the looks of his [[Creator/MrT jibba jabba]], I don't think they even had one around to do part-time consulting. So at any given time, Luke Cage may or may not have been saying things that mean anything. Then this nonsense moon language was sent to people even more square where they put it through a filter to make sure it was rated G."''



->This film is like ''Film/FallingDown'', if D-Fens only had a "so-so" day.
-->--'''WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob''' on ''The Buttercream Gang''



->''"''Double Dragon'' warns us of the perils involved with fighting against gnarly street gangs. The gnarlier the gang, the more peril you're in. It's predicted that by the year 2016, America will be composed of [[MoreCriminalsThanTargets 85 percent gnarly street gangs to 10 percent law-abiding citizens]]. The other 5 percent is dogs."''

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->''"''Double ->'''Double Dragon'' warns us of the perils involved with fighting against gnarly street gangs. The gnarlier the gang, the more peril you're in. It's predicted that by the year 2016, America will be composed of [[MoreCriminalsThanTargets 85 percent gnarly street gangs to 10 percent law-abiding citizens]]. The other 5 percent is dogs."''


-->-- Meatwad, AquaTeenHungerForce

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-->-- Meatwad, AquaTeenHungerForce''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce''


-->-- '''DK Monkey Rap''', ''DonkeyKong64''

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-->-- '''DK Monkey Rap''', ''DonkeyKong64''
''VideoGame/DonkeyKong64''


->->''"The ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} comic had some problems. He had all the rage of a [[MalcolmXerox revolutionary '70s black man]], but angry black men in the '70s didn't write no jive funny books. And from the looks of his [[Creator/MrT jibba jabba]], I don't think they even had one around to do part-time consulting. So at any given time, Luke Cage may or may not have been saying things that mean anything. Then this nonsense moon language was sent to people even more square where they put it through a filter to make sure it was rated G."''

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->->''"The ->''"The ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} comic had some problems. He had all the rage of a [[MalcolmXerox revolutionary '70s black man]], but angry black men in the '70s didn't write no jive funny books. And from the looks of his [[Creator/MrT jibba jabba]], I don't think they even had one around to do part-time consulting. So at any given time, Luke Cage may or may not have been saying things that mean anything. Then this nonsense moon language was sent to people even more square where they put it through a filter to make sure it was rated G."''


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->''"The ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} comic had some problems. He had all the rage of a [[MalcolmXerox revolutionary '70s black man]], but angry black men in the '70s didn't write no jive funny books. And from the looks of his [[Creator/MrT jibba jabba]], I don't think they even had one around to do part-time consulting. So at any given time, Luke Cage may or may not have been saying things that mean anything. Then this nonsense moon language was sent to people even more square where they put it through a filter to make sure it was rated G."''
-->-- '''Creator/{{Seanbaby}}''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-superheroes-who-completely-lost-their-shit/ "6 Superheroes Who Completely Lost Their Shit"]]

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->The ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} comic had some problems. He had all the rage of a [[MalcolmXerox revolutionary '70s black man]], but angry black men in the '70s didn't write no jive funny books. And from the looks of his [[Creator/MrT jibba jabba]], I don't think they even had one around to do part-time consulting. So at any given time, Luke Cage may or may not have been saying things that mean anything. Then this nonsense moon language was sent to people even more square where they put it through a filter to make sure it was rated G.

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->The ->->''"The ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} comic had some problems. He had all the rage of a [[MalcolmXerox revolutionary '70s black man]], but angry black men in the '70s didn't write no jive funny books. And from the looks of his [[Creator/MrT jibba jabba]], I don't think they even had one around to do part-time consulting. So at any given time, Luke Cage may or may not have been saying things that mean anything. Then this nonsense moon language was sent to people even more square where they put it through a filter to make sure it was rated G."''

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->''"The ComicBook/{{Luke Cage|HeroForHire}} comic had some problems. He had all the rage of a [[MalcolmXerox revolutionary '70s black man]], but angry black men in the '70s didn't write no jive funny books. And from the looks of his [[Creator/MrT jibba jabba]], I don't think they even had one around to do part-time consulting. So at any given time, Luke Cage may or may not have been saying things that mean anything. Then this nonsense moon language was sent to people even more square where they put it through a filter to make sure it was rated G."''
-->-- '''Creator/{{Seanbaby}}''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-superheroes-who-completely-lost-their-shit/ "6 Superheroes Who Completely Lost Their Shit"]]

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->Fonzie, increasingly used as a figure for [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle promoting social good]] (a conscious decision by the network, Winkler and the producers), even goes as far as donning a ''police uniform'' this season... Fonzie may talk tough, but [[LighterAndSofter the punches are pulled]], and played for laughs

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->Fonzie, increasingly used as a figure for [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle promoting social good]] (a conscious decision by the network, Winkler and the producers), even goes as far as donning a ''police uniform'' this season... Fonzie may talk tough, but [[LighterAndSofter the punches are pulled]], and played for laughslaughs.


->Fonzie, increasingly used as a figure for [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle promoting social good]] (a conscious decision by the network, Winkler and the producers),, even goes as far as donning a ''police uniform'' this season... Fonzie may talk tough, but [[LighterAndSofter the punches are pulled]], and played for laughs

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->Fonzie, increasingly used as a figure for [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle promoting social good]] (a conscious decision by the network, Winkler and the producers),, producers), even goes as far as donning a ''police uniform'' this season... Fonzie may talk tough, but [[LighterAndSofter the punches are pulled]], and played for laughs





->Fonzie, increasingly used as a figure for [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle promoting social good]] (a conscious decision by the network, Winkler and the producers),, even goes as far as donning a ''police uniform'' this season... Fonzie may talk tough, but [[LighterAndSofter the punches are pulled]], and played for laughs
-->--'''[[http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/31528/happy-days-the-third-season/ Paul Mavis]]'''



->Unable to be frank about such things, ''Star Trek'' has to resort to insinuation and innuendo. This often feels rather juvenile and awkward, like parents trying to talk about sex without their children catching on...Despite the fact that this is a vacation episode, Archer spends most of the episode on the villa set -- creating a sense that he has [[BusmansHoliday simply traded one cramped and confined environment for another.]]
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2015/02/03/star-trek-enterprise-two-days-and-two-nights-review/#comment-107759 Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', "Two Days and Two Nights"



->The story is that David just transferred and has discovered the whole school is being oppressed by the tyrannical regime of these four preppy white guys. Seriously, the whole school fears them. I mean, c'mon, the scariest one looks like what would happen if Fred from ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' became a low-grade meth dealer..."Hang-gliding"?? '''''THOSE HOOLIGANS.'''''

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->The story is that David just transferred and has discovered the whole school is being oppressed by the tyrannical regime of these four preppy white guys. Seriously, the whole school fears them. I mean, c'mon, the scariest one looks like what would happen if Fred from ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' became a low-grade meth dealer..."Hang-gliding"?? Hang-gliding?? '''''THOSE HOOLIGANS.'''''


->Unable to be frank about such things, ''Star Trek'' has to resort to insinuation and innuendo. This often feels rather juvenile and awkward, like parents trying to talk about sex without their children catching on.... It is as if "Two Days and Two Nights" is struggling to decide whether Risa should be presented as Florida or Ibiza. Despite the fact that this is a vacation episode, Archer spends most of the episode on the villa set -- creating a sense that he has [[BusmansHoliday simply traded one cramped and confined environment for another.]]

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->Unable to be frank about such things, ''Star Trek'' has to resort to insinuation and innuendo. This often feels rather juvenile and awkward, like parents trying to talk about sex without their children catching on.... It is as if "Two Days and Two Nights" is struggling to decide whether Risa should be presented as Florida or Ibiza. on...Despite the fact that this is a vacation episode, Archer spends most of the episode on the villa set -- creating a sense that he has [[BusmansHoliday simply traded one cramped and confined environment for another.]]


->''"One such rejection, after requesting the full book, turned it down on the basis there was ''“too much bad language,”'' presumably, during all the murders and drug-binges, and the scenes involving one of history’s most famous monsters, bringing to mind the gangster scenes in ''{{Series/Eastenders}}'', where Phil Mitchell jams a gun into somebody’s temple and threatens to ''“[[GoshDangItToHeck flippin’ well kill ya, you bloomin’ nit!]]”''"''

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->''"One such rejection, after requesting the full book, turned it down on the basis there was ''“too much bad language,”'' presumably, during [[ComicallyMissingThePoint all the murders and drug-binges, drug-binges]], and the scenes involving one of history’s most famous monsters, bringing to mind the gangster scenes in ''{{Series/Eastenders}}'', where Phil Mitchell jams a gun into somebody’s temple and threatens to ''“[[GoshDangItToHeck flippin’ well kill ya, you bloomin’ nit!]]”''"''

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->''"One such rejection, after requesting the full book, turned it down on the basis there was ''“too much bad language,”'' presumably, during all the murders and drug-binges, and the scenes involving one of history’s most famous monsters, bringing to mind the gangster scenes in ''{{Series/Eastenders}}'', where Phil Mitchell jams a gun into somebody’s temple and threatens to ''“[[GoshDangItToHeck flippin’ well kill ya, you bloomin’ nit!]]”''"''
-->--'''[[https://franticplanet.wordpress.com/2015/05/11/charles-manson-and-the-twenty-fourth-trimester/ Stuart Millard]]''', "Charles Mansion and the Fourth Timester"

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