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* MemeticMutation: Gloria Upson's botched anecdote about ping-pong has spawned a number of references in other media, in which characters deliver the OrphanedPunchline "... and she ''stepped'' on the ball!" These include ''Film/TradingPlaces'', ''Series/UnbreakableKimmySchmidt'' and ''Series/{{Billions}}''.

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* MemeticMutation: Gloria Upson's botched anecdote about ping-pong has spawned a number of references in other media, in which characters deliver the OrphanedPunchline "... and she ''stepped'' on the ball!" These include ''Film/TradingPlaces'', ''Series/UnbreakableKimmySchmidt'' and ''Series/{{Billions}}''.''Series/{{Billions}}''.
* NamesTheSame: No relation to the [[{{UsefulNotes/MAME}} arcade emulator.]]


* MemeticMutation: Gloria Upson's botched anecdote about ping-pong has spawned a number of references in other media, in which characters deliver the OrphanedPunchline "... and she ''stepped'' on the ball!" These include ''Film/TradingPlaces'', ''Series/UnbreakableKimmySchmidt'' and ''Series/{{Billions}}''.
* OldShame: The 1974 film musical was this for Bea Arthur, who expressed regret at having done it. Though she loved working with Angela Lansbury in the stage production, Arthur called the film a "tremendous embarrassment" and made no secret of her opinion that Creator/LucilleBall was miscast in the title role. She'd never wanted to make the movie without Lansbury in the first place, but her husband was director Gene Saks, and Arthur later said he essentially guilted her into doing it.

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* MemeticMutation: Gloria Upson's botched anecdote about ping-pong has spawned a number of references in other media, in which characters deliver the OrphanedPunchline "... and she ''stepped'' on the ball!" These include ''Film/TradingPlaces'', ''Series/UnbreakableKimmySchmidt'' and ''Series/{{Billions}}''.
* OldShame: The 1974 film musical was this for Bea Arthur, who expressed regret at having done it. Though she loved working with Angela Lansbury in the stage production, Arthur called the film a "tremendous embarrassment" and made no secret of her opinion that Creator/LucilleBall was miscast in the title role. She'd never wanted to make the movie without Lansbury in the first place, but her husband was director Gene Saks, and Arthur later said he essentially guilted her into doing it.
''Series/{{Billions}}''.


* MemeticMutation: Gloria Upson's botched anecdote about ping-pong has spawned a number of references in other media, in which characters deliver the OrphandedPunchline "... and she ''stepped'' on the ball!" These include ''Film/TradingPlaces'', ''Series/TheUnbreakableKimmySchmidt'' and ''Series/{{Billions}}''.

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* MemeticMutation: Gloria Upson's botched anecdote about ping-pong has spawned a number of references in other media, in which characters deliver the OrphandedPunchline OrphanedPunchline "... and she ''stepped'' on the ball!" These include ''Film/TradingPlaces'', ''Series/TheUnbreakableKimmySchmidt'' ''Series/UnbreakableKimmySchmidt'' and ''Series/{{Billions}}''.

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* MemeticMutation: Gloria Upson's botched anecdote about ping-pong has spawned a number of references in other media, in which characters deliver the OrphandedPunchline "... and she ''stepped'' on the ball!" These include ''Film/TradingPlaces'', ''Series/TheUnbreakableKimmySchmidt'' and ''Series/{{Billions}}''.


* OldShame: The 1974 musical film was this for Bea Arthur, who expressed regret at having done it. Though she loved working with Angela Lansbury in the stage production, she called the film a "tremendous embarrassment" and made no secret of her opinion that Creator/LucilleBall was miscast in the title role. Though she didn't want to make the movie without Lansbury in the first place, her husband was director Gene Saks, and Arthur later said he essentially guilted her into doing it.

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* OldShame: The 1974 film musical film was this for Bea Arthur, who expressed regret at having done it. Though she loved working with Angela Lansbury in the stage production, she Arthur called the film a "tremendous embarrassment" and made no secret of her opinion that Creator/LucilleBall was miscast in the title role. Though she didn't want She'd never wanted to make the movie without Lansbury in the first place, but her husband was director Gene Saks, and Arthur later said he essentially guilted her into doing it.


* OldShame: The 1974 musical film was this for Bea Arthur, who expressed regret at having done it. Though she loved working with Angela Lansbury in the stage production, she called the film a "tremendous embarrassment" and made no secret of her opinion that Creator/LucilleBall was miscast in the title role. Though didn't want to make the movie without Lansbury in the first place, her husband was director Gene Saks, and Arthur later said he essentially guilted her into doing it.

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* OldShame: The 1974 musical film was this for Bea Arthur, who expressed regret at having done it. Though she loved working with Angela Lansbury in the stage production, she called the film a "tremendous embarrassment" and made no secret of her opinion that Creator/LucilleBall was miscast in the title role. Though she didn't want to make the movie without Lansbury in the first place, her husband was director Gene Saks, and Arthur later said he essentially guilted her into doing it.

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*OldShame: The 1974 musical film was this for Bea Arthur, who expressed regret at having done it. Though she loved working with Angela Lansbury in the stage production, she called the film a "tremendous embarrassment" and made no secret of her opinion that Creator/LucilleBall was miscast in the title role. Though didn't want to make the movie without Lansbury in the first place, her husband was director Gene Saks, and Arthur later said he essentially guilted her into doing it.

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