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Toy Story 3: Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear seems to have a lot of natter and non-character tropes.
" And There Was Much Rejoicing: The Stinger shows that Ken and Barbie have made Sunnyside "cool and groovy", while Lotso's minions were Easily Forgiven after they realized Lotso duped them into his nihilistic mindset."
" Armor-Piercing Question:
Lotso begins his Villainous Breakdown when Woody asks him about Daisy.
"Where's your kid now, sheriff?" is probably his stubborn attempt at one to prove his point once and for all about what he believes to be an inevitable fate for all toys; to be thrown away into nothing while their owners move on without them. Too bad he didn't get to see how much he failed."
" The Alcatraz: In essence, Sunnyside Day Care Center is a toy version of Alcatraz or ADX Florence, with Lotso as its warden. And it takes an unusually dark turn when Lotso refuses to let the toys escape back to Andy, and has them jailed in the daycare's storage crates. Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique and Big Brother Is Watching all apply here."
"Berserk Button: The very word "family" seems to be this for Lotso.
Buzz's mention of it seems to be the catalyst for the transition from Lotso's focus on his soft side to his focus on his vicious side. note Arguably Fridge Brilliance, seeing as how his Freudian Excuse involves that he and his owner and her other toys used to be like a family."
" Big Bad Wannabe: With that said, while he is the main antagonist and views himself as quite the spirit-crushing Straw Nihilist, his own cowardice and helplessness before the world's mistreatment of toys shows he doesn't even believe his own motives, making him little more than a weaselly self-absorbed bully within the already threatening world for toys."
Edited by lalalei2001 on Jul 4th 2019 at 1:55:53 AM
The Platformer section of Demonic Spiders, especially the part covering Super Mario Bros., is a one big natterfest. It is so bad that it makes GoddamnedBats/PlatformGame look well-written in comparison.
Edited by porkyThegrumpiest on Jul 6th 2019 at 7:41:49 PM
The WTH, Casting Agency? entry for Dick Grayson on YMMV.Batman Forever is pretty natter-y. Not sure if anything beyond the initial bullet-point is worth saving or not.
Edited by Primis on Aug 8th 2019 at 3:42:59 AM
From Fridge.The Lego Movie 2 The Second Part:
Could I just outright delete the references to lines that didn't make it into the final film, even though I only wrote the reply (which would also have to go if I get to trim)?
Orphaned Punchline has a whole bunch of examples with "btw here is the missing setup" pasted on as a response.
... Just to check, do we even want to explain the missing setup when we can?
This section on Have a Nice Death spirals off into a series of tangents:
Bara no Maria is infested with natter, Zero Context Examples, first person language, constantly using Mariarose's full name as a pronoun when the singular they would suffice, and other things. I would clean it up myself, but I do not have the time, and just looking at the page is giving me an aneurysm.
Also, when the page is cleaned up, can someone maybe let me know, on this thread or a PM, or something? I would like to know when I can return to that page without “losing my lunch”, so to speak. Thanks.
Edited by MasterN on Aug 24th 2019 at 11:12:01 AM
Shouldn't that page also be moved to its English title?
I'm taking a run at it, but have moved the main page to A Brave Heart of Red Rose, with Bara no Maria as a redirect.
~MasterN, did some cleaning on it.
It looks much better than it did before. Not quite 100% neat, but at least it is more readable.
Fridge.Starbound may be worth a look. There's a lot of natter.
The Trauma Conga Line entries are filled with all kinds of Word Cruft, plus some Zero Context Examples. Can someone please help? These pages are far too large for me to take on myself.
I combined the various Lion King examples onto AlternativeCharacterInterpretation.The Lion King but I'm stumped about how to copy these examples from AlternativeCharacterInterpretation.Animated Films. Is there anything worth salvaging?
Here are the equivalents from TLK's page:
Edited by Pichu-kun on Sep 13th 2019 at 5:15:16 AM
6f5e4d added a spoiler-tagged sentence to the end of this Pokémon entry on StatusQuoIsGod.Anime And Manga with no other changes, which seems to violate Repair, Don't Respond. Should the example just be removed?
An awkward self arguing jumble, what should we do. Does anyone know enough about the comic to fix it.
So a popular long-running theory is that despite presenting as a good but dumb idiot oblivious to his "friends" evil actions, that Fighter actually is secretly very intelligent and playing everyone like a fiddle (and perhaps allowing and targeting his companion's heinous acts and only occasionally reigning them in). Not helped by Fighter's rare moments of scary competency being followed by long periods of absolute stupidity and gullibility. But being a humor strip, how accurate any of that is should be taken with a grain of salt. Some of the final strips support him as the token good teammate, as he is able to use divine weapons that burn his evil friends (although the assertion that they are divine weapons comes from Fighter himself).
Long story short, the strip certainly presents Fighter as the one dumb but ultimately good guy on the team, and anything else is either for a joke or fan conspiracies.
That entry makes some sense if you're a fan of the comic, but I agree it just comes off as way too confusing to anyone else.
The Music folder in "Weird Al" Effect is full of Natter, including an instance of This Troper that I deleted. Please fix it.
Mate, people won't be inclined to help fix pages with you just sort of demanding they get fixed...
Yep. We are all volunteers here, dedicating our time. Everyone can fix stuff on the wiki.
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