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** Depending how you view it, the character Reggie Ray (The Fat-Guy), regarding his weight and ''especially'' health (particularly the RunningGag about his concussions) can either now be looked at as cringed-worthy or [[HarsherInHindsight worse than before]] now that Ron Lester has passed on. Also just in general, because of it parodies how little sports programs cared about concussion. It took until the mid-2010s before it started being taken as the very serious, long term problem that it is.

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** Depending how you view it, the character Reggie Ray (The Fat-Guy), regarding his weight and ''especially'' health (particularly the RunningGag about his concussions) can either now be looked at as cringed-worthy cringe-worthy or [[HarsherInHindsight worse than before]] now that Ron Lester has passed on. Also just in general, because of it parodies how little sports programs cared about concussion. It took until the mid-2010s before it started being taken as the very serious, long term problem that it is.


** Catherine talking about her sex-life is this in-universe to everyone except Ox.

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** Catherine [[DepravedBisexual Catherine]] talking about her sex-life is this in-universe to everyone except Ox.


** Amidst the insanity of the rest of the film, Music/GoodCharlotte [[TheCameo performs]] a very sincere, very sweet cover of "Put Your Head(s) On My Shoulder."

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** Amidst the insanity of the rest of the film, Music/GoodCharlotte [[TheCameo performs]] a very sincere, very sweet cover of "Put "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Put_Your_Head_on_My_Shoulder Put Your Head(s) On My Shoulder.Shoulder]]."


** Amidst the insanity of the rest of the film, Music/GoodCharlotte [[TheCameo performs]] a very sincere, very sweet cover of "Put Your Hands On My Shoulder."

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** Amidst the insanity of the rest of the film, Music/GoodCharlotte [[TheCameo performs]] a very sincere, very sweet cover of "Put Your Hands Head(s) On My Shoulder."


** [[Series/TwentyFour Mandy]] apparently wasn't much better in high school.

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** [[Series/TwentyFour Mandy]] apparently wasn't much better in high school.school...though maybe she did improve [[Series/StarTrekDiscovery after marrying Sarek]].


* VindicatedByHistory: It took a critical beatdown when it first came out, but after a series of shallow parodies in the mid/late-2000s, viewers have come to appreciate that ''NATM'' was making a sincere effort to be both funny and faithful.

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* VindicatedByHistory: It took a critical beatdown when it first came out, but after a series the increasing number of [[ShallowParody shallow parodies parodies]] took over the genre in the mid/late-2000s, viewers have come to appreciate that ''NATM'' was making a sincere effort to be both funny and faithful.faithful to the genre and tropes it was skewering.


** In one scene, Janey's brother accuses of her being a lesbian. Janey's actress Creator/ChylerLeigh would later play openly lesbian Alex Danvers in ''Series/Supergirl2015'', fourteen years after the film came out.

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** In one scene, Janey's brother accuses of her being a lesbian. Janey's actress Creator/ChylerLeigh would later play openly lesbian Alex Danvers in ''Series/Supergirl2015'', fourteen years after the film came out. Even funnier, Chyler Leigh came out as LGBTQ in 2020.


* VindicatedByHistory: It took a critical beatdown when it first came out, but after a series of shallow parodies in the mid-late 2000s, viewers have come to appreciate that ''NATM'' was making a sincere effort to be both funny and faithful.

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* VindicatedByHistory: It took a critical beatdown when it first came out, but after a series of shallow parodies in the mid-late 2000s, mid/late-2000s, viewers have come to appreciate that ''NATM'' was making a sincere effort to be both funny and faithful.


** Depending how you view it, the character Reggie Ray (The Fat-Guy), regarding his weight and ''especially'' health (particularly the RunningGag about his concussions) can either now be looked at as cringed-worthy or [[HarsherInHindsight worse than before]] now that Ron Lester has passed on. Also just in general, because of it parodies how little sports programs cared about concussion. It took until the mid 2010s before it started being taken as the very serious, long term problem that it is.

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** Depending how you view it, the character Reggie Ray (The Fat-Guy), regarding his weight and ''especially'' health (particularly the RunningGag about his concussions) can either now be looked at as cringed-worthy or [[HarsherInHindsight worse than before]] now that Ron Lester has passed on. Also just in general, because of it parodies how little sports programs cared about concussion. It took until the mid 2010s mid-2010s before it started being taken as the very serious, long term problem that it is.


** Depending how you view it, the character Reggie Ray (The Fat-Guy), regarding his weight and ''especially'' health (particularly the RunningGag about his concussions) can either now be looked at as cringed-worthy or [[HarsherInHindsight worse than before]] now that Ron Lester has passed on. Also just in general, because of it parodies how little sports programs cared about concussion. It took until the mid 2010's before it started being taken as the very serious, long term problem that it is.

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** Depending how you view it, the character Reggie Ray (The Fat-Guy), regarding his weight and ''especially'' health (particularly the RunningGag about his concussions) can either now be looked at as cringed-worthy or [[HarsherInHindsight worse than before]] now that Ron Lester has passed on. Also just in general, because of it parodies how little sports programs cared about concussion. It took until the mid 2010's 2010s before it started being taken as the very serious, long term problem that it is.


** Depending how you view it, the character Reggie Ray (The Fat-Guy), regarding his weight and ''especially'' health (particularly the RunningGag about his concussions) can either now be looked at as cringed-worthy or [[HarsherInHindsight worse than before]] now that Ron Lester has passed on.

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** Depending how you view it, the character Reggie Ray (The Fat-Guy), regarding his weight and ''especially'' health (particularly the RunningGag about his concussions) can either now be looked at as cringed-worthy or [[HarsherInHindsight worse than before]] now that Ron Lester has passed on. Also just in general, because of it parodies how little sports programs cared about concussion. It took until the mid 2010's before it started being taken as the very serious, long term problem that it is.


** [[WesternAnimation/{{Archer}} Sterling Archer]] has a crush on the football coach.

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** Creator/HJonBenjamin is the football trainer, rather than [[{{WesternAnimation/Archer}} a superspy]] or [[WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers restaurant owner]].


** In one scene, Janey's brother accuses of her being a lesbian. Janey's actress Creator/ChylerLeigh would later play openly lesbian Alex Danvers in ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'', fourteen years after the film came out.

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** In one scene, Janey's brother accuses of her being a lesbian. Janey's actress Creator/ChylerLeigh would later play openly lesbian Alex Danvers in ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'', ''Series/Supergirl2015'', fourteen years after the film came out.


** When Janey's brother accuses her of acting like a lesbian, their father tells them that "if Janey wants to be a carpet muncher, that's ''her'' choice". Father of the year if ever there was one (relatively speaking).

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** When Janey's brother accuses her of acting like a lesbian, their father tells them that "if Janey wants to be a carpet muncher, rugmuncher, that's ''her'' choice". Father of the year He may be TheAlcoholic, but damn if ever there was one (relatively speaking).he isn't supportive - when he remembers, anyway.

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