AT4W - Happy Days #2

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  • Fangheart
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    Hey Linkara, I know you probably don't care about this at all, but I'm going to tell you anyway: in Harry Potter, Paintings of people can talk. Photographs cannot.

    this has been a Harry Potter nerdy trivia moment. thank you and goodnight.
  • Morgil
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    Yeah, i sadly have to admit i'm with Linkara in not having known that. I've only seen a few of the movies, and i really don't recall a lot of detail/i wasn't paying much attention.
  • Critical_Marine  - You weren't trying to correct him, were you.
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    I was half-expecting people to correct him on that particular statement about Photographs not talking back. Ultimately I would have phrased it like this.

    "Hey Linkara, your statement about the photographs not being able to talk, or at least converse with the user, is correct. However, you probably don't care to know this, portraits or paintings in the Harry Potter world can."
  • TooMuchFreeTime
    I didn't watch all the movies and it's been a long time since the ones I have, but I do remember a photo of Dumbledor (forgive me if that's spelled wrong) that Harry gets from something like the HP equivalent of a crackerjack box. I don't remember if it actually moved but he did disappear (Well he can just hang around all day!) so there is at least some kind of 'life' to that photo.
  • armagod679
    The photographs move, but they don't speak.
  • TheRealSolitair
    That plaid shirt makes me wish I was watching Gankutsuou again. There was a show that knew how to pull off something like that and make it look good. Not much chance of that happening in a comic book, though.
  • FishEyenoMiko
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    "Gankutsuou" was my first thought, too! As Linkara was doing his "stare in to the plaid" bit I was like "Pfft, please... I've seen 'Gankustuou', this is nothing."
  • Naku-Chan
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    Ah, Gankutsuou, I've heard it does that.
    Lol. Good job with that Plaid bit Linkara, we love you. XD
  • Travoltron
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    Happy Days was only good for the first two seasons before they switched to the subsequent "Happy Days is filmed in front of a live studio audience" schlock. This comic is terrible; almost none of the characters look like their TV counterparts.
  • richtv
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    Yeah, Saturday morning cartoons were odd in that time. I actually thought that is what this comic was based on. To bad because it may have been better. This was awful! Of course what would you expect from Gold Key. But at least the Star Trek was bad in a fun way, this was just bad. I have mixed feelings about Happy Days but the show was sure better than this. A good adaptation should feel like it could be an episode of the show, and this doesn't even come close! Especially that first story which was just so dumb. Anyway this was a good review though I do wonder how you found that obscure comic.
  • LikaLaruku
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    I tried watching an episode of the 70s Sabrina the Teenage Witch...Some of the worst voice acting I can recall.

    If anyone thinks that shows that talk down to kids & needing action & talking every 2 seconds is a new thing, try watching classic Sabrina.
  • asnaes1981
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    I agree with the Mork theory.
  • Crossover Princess
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    Fun Fact about the cartoon: It was meant to be a Doctor Who cartoon but in the end BBC wouldn't let Hanna-Barbera make it... so they turned into Happy Days instead... which explains the time traveling...
  • Flaregun  - Reply to crossover Princess
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    I picked up on the similarities to Doctor Who right away, but that still doesn't really make sense because at the time it was made pretty much no one in the US would have heard of Doctor Who (maybe a very tiny faction of older nerds, but pretty much no little kids who would have been the audience of this cartoon).
  • ladydiskette
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    That is kinda a shame, because it would be have been interesting to see what a Doctor Who cartoon series would have been like.
  • SpeedyEric  - Monday, Monday, Happy Day!
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    I remember watching Happy Days with my dad and sister before heading off to school, along with other classic shows like Gilligan‘s Island and The Brady Bunch.

    In speaking of Gold Key comics, my dad has one based on Gomer Pyle. He has it in a box full of other comics from the late 50s to 60s; my favorite comic in the box (and the one that’s still in pretty good shape) is World’s Finest Vol. 1 #159.

    2:01- You think that’s bad, I heard there’s a Gilligan’s Island animated series called “Gilligan’s PLANET.”

    8:55- Richie, You are no longer allowed to talk unless spoken to.
    16:02- WHAT DID I JUST SAY!!!!!

    9:28- They look like they’re dressed as mascots for that Sperm drink from that one “Brad Tries…”

    13:07- I love how much of a lady’s man Fonzie is, but it would be a shame if he turned out to be a virgin and/or homosexual, and this is a comic based on a show that was made in a time when stuff like that weren’t mentioned on TV shows. …Please don’t hurt me, Happy Days fans (shuddering in fear).

    Great job on The Avengers joke.

    16:49- At least Al Borland never had shirts like THAT.

    WORST. ARCHIE RIP-OFF. EVER!

    I remember a 2-part episode where Fonzie attempted to jump over a bunch of cars outside Arnold’s on a motorcycle and wound up in a hospital. Also, I don’t think I’ve yet seen the “jumping the shark” episode.
  • Rebochan  - WAIT WAIT WAIT
    ...Happy Days existed before Linkara was born? It went off the air in '84...I was born in '84...

    ...oh god, am I older than Linkara?
  • Linkara
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    Yep! I was born in 87.
  • glampire
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    '87? You young punk, get off my lawn :-D
  • LikaLaruku
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    How old were you in the old episode the autoplays at the end of all your videos? Your voice was so squeaky.
  • Fomorian
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    Holy smokes, you're only a year older than me.

    *mind blown*
  • thorondragon
    huh, you are older than me. i was born at the turning of the age, 1989.
  • cdrood
    I pretty much watched from the second season (episode where Fonz jumps the garbage cans) until a season or 2 after Richie left. I also did watch "Fonz and the Happy Days Gang" cartoon. Yes, it was weird and made no sense. It was also strange because I believe it had Richie & Ralph, who had already left the main show.

    Fonz and the dog also showed up on the Laverne & Shirley cartoon that was a Private Benjamin ripoff.
  • SSH
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    Yes the Fonzie crossing over with Scooby Doo never happened, or did it I don't recall that for happened in Scooby Doo movies!

    Also a lot of shows with weird with turning into cartoon series, even cartoon series with weird from cartoon series, Josie and the pussycats in space?

    although what really needs to be a good happy days crossover is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. And yes
    Yes the Fonzie says Ai (I don't know how to pronounce his catchphrase in typing form) the time so does that make him Canadian and a Wizard ,Italian. no wonder his magic is so powerful is a trifecta!
  • jycool
    Umm... When are we going to get back to the story? I'm mean after-credit clips are great and all... Wait no the aren't but what was the last episode of the story?
  • Linkara
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    The last storyline-based episode was Christmas Eve. Storyline will resume next week to lead into this arc's conclusion in two weeks.
  • serfky01  - Commercials
    Dear Linkara,
    I know you have said you read all comments. I also know you have chastised people for using ad blockers, because it blocks the ad revenue for content makers like yourself. I agree with this, which is why I do not use ad blockers. However, the ads on many sites I use have gotten obnoxious, and I have considered getting one. I know many sites have a Donate option, to help creators. So here is a question: How much money would it be worth to you, in lost ad revenue, if I watched every video you made once? Because I would consider donating that sum to you and others if I use an ad blocker in recompense. Maybe I should have asked this in an email. Either way, thanks for your time and your great work, another funny episode!
  • Linkara
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    Your consideration IS appreciated and I understand that the advertisements can sometimes be obnoxious. The problem, however, is that realistically you would not be watching EVERY single video I've produced.

    I have 448 videos on my blip account. If we were to average the length of the videos, I'd say that amounts to roughly 20 minutes per video. That's 8,960 minutes or 149 hours rounding down. That's 6 days straight.

    The point being that I DON'T expect everyone to watch all the videos straight through. the CPM rates fluctuate from day to day, so on a good day I've got, say $7 or $8 per 1,000 views. Yeah, so I already have less than half the amount of videos per viewing simply for donating $7 or $8 to me for watching all my videos straight through. And it's even worse when you consider that right now, we're NOT having a good period for CPMs and I'm averaging about $4 or $5 per 1,000 views.

    So, really, if you wanted to donate $2 to me to round it up for watching all of my videos straight in one sitting, that's great, but I'd prefer you just leave the adblock off. If the ad is irritating, feel free to mute it.

    And in any case, I don't like asking donations for myself. I am a strong believer in capitalism and as such I am putting out a product for people to enjoy and the payment is them sitting through the ad so that I get money. I don't want to be donated to, I wish to make a living off of what I do (which, so far, I accomplish).

    However, I really do want to thank you for the offer. It is appreciated that you still want me to be compensated for my work. ^_^
  • armagod679
    To be fair, it is technically free entertainment, and I am a strong believer in paying for content in one way or another, so I understand you wanting to give us a product for our money. But I think that donations would help the product be better-- we can earmark those things, you know.


    Also, I've found out that six straight days of watching your videos ultimately leads to staring at the ceiling in fear of the Entity, so... yeah.
  • Kinnikufan
    Wow, I didn't know that was how the ad system worked for online videos. I knew there was some form of compensation for the ads watched in videos, but a set amount per thousand views is news to me. Thanks for the short lesson there, Linkara!
  • trlkly
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    Thing is, since payments are optional, even watching with adblock off is a donation in the manner that you consider the term. People are still choosing how much they wish to pay you for your work by deciding how many ads to watch. When you can get something for free, all payments are technically donations.

    But, really, just because people are donating doesn't mean they aren't paying you for your work. Without your work, no one would see a reason to donate to you. The only thing the donation part means is that people choose how much to pay you. It's still capitalism, just with allowing you to set an infinite number of target prices.

    What you are doing now, though, is making people who object to advertisements on principle not be able to pay you even if they wanted to. By cutting off the money flow, you are preventing capitalism from working. The price of your content is less than people would be willing to pay.

    As it is right now, I can't watch advertisements because you released the content at 720p only, which means I had to bypass the Flash player to get your content to play. You ought to complain to Blip about not having a non-SD version.

    Plus, as a free tip: if you really want to make money from ads, you ought to go to YouTube. Adsense can make you a lot more money than Blip. There's nothing inherent about your show that would get flagged, unlike most review shows. You'd just have to be more careful with your music selections.

    And, anyways, if you have a backup stream on Blip, getting flagged on YouTube is not that big a deal. And you get the bonus of a Flash player that can handle 720p on less capable computers.
  • Linkara
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    Yeeeaaah no it doesn't. Adsense has traditionally always paid LESS than blip. And attempts to link my blip to youtube and figure out how the pay scale works there has shown that to be the case.

    And it doesn't matter if there are LEGITIMATE reasons to flag my content - bots will flag it anyway. That's what keeps happening most of the time for people when their content is taken down - a bot flags it. And yes, you can appeal it, but the appeals process itself is slow and sometimes incorrect. And if they want to, I won't be getting any ad revenue because of a clip of Patton - some movie studio has bypassed it and gotten the revenue from MY work.

    Screw youtube.
  • JCubbs
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    ^like

    and I love lamp, please review lamp
  • Linkara
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    There are incremental amounts, I'll still get money even if I don't get it in EXACT 1,000 views, but it's usually measured in a "per 1,000 views" amount.
  • sunnyl
    Its an interesting insight.
    So you must need at least 50,000 viewers per week in order to feed yourself.
    Quite impressive that.

    Hope the revenue increases again soon, I love your show.
  • LikaLaruku
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    Simple, go to blip, set his channel on auto playlst with Adblock off, & play minecraft while listening to the episodes. I do that often for TGWTG shows; it's like a podcastathon.
  • sunnyl
    Or just mute the adds, I do that alot, especially for the annoying Movie 43 add that keeps coming up.
    Even fun adds get tiresome by the time you have seen them 10 times.
  • Aural Aurum
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    I absolutely refused to use Adblock until Blip started consistently playing an ad that would freeze up before it finished, preventing the video from ever starting. I just got sick of it. But hey, I've already given you 50 bucks, so I think I'm all paid up for the foreseeable future.
  • PlasticFrogCG
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    I've always been curious how much you guys make off ad revenue on these videos.
    I hate math so excuse me if I get this wrong, but if you averaged 10,000 views a week that still only nets, what? $80 a week at best?
    Why is it that the jobs that are the most fun and most enjoyable always seem to be the ones that pay the least?
    I'm all for capitalism as well, but it always seems to me that the highest paying jobs are the ones that thrive off of draining your very soul. :|

    But keep it up, man! I would rather be happy and barely scraping by than be a mindless zombie who makes 6-7 figures a year.
  • serfky01  - Thanks
    Goody, I got a smiley face from Linkara AND I started a thoughtful discussion. Pretty good day in my book!
    As for muting, my problem isnt listening to the ads per say. Its just that often, especially with youtube, there are TONS of ads all over, taking up space and what not. I also dont like the ads that come up in the middle of episodes, because sometimes they affect my ability to skip ahead in the episodes (although I appreciate the fact that double ads means double revenue). Always wanted to know how much money ads make, and hearing its 4-8 per 1000 is quite disheartening. Still, if you can make a living of it, thats great!
    I think I will keep ads up. If I ever use an adblocker, I will just make sure to buy some merchandise from you and other TGWTG members at a con. So please, for your sake and mine, COME TO A CON IN PHILADELPHIA MY GOD WE NEVER GET ANY COOL CONS AN IT INFURIATES ME GRARGH!
    Thanks again!
  • HeartBurnKid
    Sorry, Linkara, but life is too short for ads. I'd prefer to pay you directly, rather than indirectly via advertisers, and I'm sure serfky feels the same.

    There's nothing non-capitalist about seeking donations. What you do is hard work, and you do deserve to be paid for it.
  • ecyor0
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    Hey, just thought a sneaky way to give him donations without them technically being donations.

    Go buy the Harvey Finevoice album and enter in however much you want, since Bandcamp lets you pay over the asking price.

    And then go buy a new copy every time you want to give him a new donation :P
  • Leon Real
    Screw Superman vs Goku. I'm going to Youtube to search for Fonz vs Mork!
  • sunnyl
    Heh, just saw that myself, and it annoyed me.
    Goku should have won.

    The Superman is infinitely powerful argument is fine for a silver age superman, but they took that out of account, and its just absurd.
    Consistent with some of the animated movies and probably comics I'll grant, but there has to be some limits to his power.

    Also, they severely underestimated Goku's power.
    The bomb basis does not take into account:

    Power increase after healing from the Vegeta fight.
    Massive power increase on the way to Namek.
    Power increase after his healing on Namek.
    Power increase after healing from the Freezer fight.
    Power increase while training to defeat the androids.
    Power increase after healing from the heart virus.
    Massive power increase while training to defeat Cell.
    Power increase while training on the Kai's battle planet.
    Power increase after the Margin-Vegeta fight.
    Possible power increase from being resurrected.
    Power increase from the Margin Boo fight.
    Power increase from all the training he did while Uub was growing up, and then from training with him.

    And they said his max Kaioken was x20, but it was x100 when he fought Freezer.
    And he can use Kaioken in his super forms, further increasing his power for short spells.

    Also, Goku would not have picked a fight inside a city, he has more concern for people being caught in the cross-fire than Superman does, and he would not have just assumed Superman was evil. He would have fought him as a challenge, but not a death-match.
  • Flaregun
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    Wait, you said Happy Days kick-started Heney Winkler's career? I thought it pretty much *was* his career.

    You used the wrong clips from MST3K. The clip that really belongs in an ep on this comic is the one from the end of Attack Of The The Eye Creatures (sic): "They Just Didn't Care!"
  • Malvolio21
    Since "Happy Days," Henry Winkler has actually made quite a name for himself as a producer.
  • Kinnikufan
    Also, "Children's Hospital" is pretty great.
  • sunnyl
    He's been in a few bad movies too. Water Boy for one.
  • LikaLaruku
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    & let's not forget "Strong Kids, Safe Kids."
  • Impallica67
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    It's funny that you mention the Dress Rehearsal superstition, cause while I do agree with you that it's pretty silly, the weird thing is that when my school band used to play live shows, whenever the soundcheck rehearsal went smooth, something went wrong during the actual show and if the rehearsal when bad, the show went fine. I always thought that was weird and thought I'd bring it up haha
  • FishEyenoMiko
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    Aww, when you mentioned the spin-offs, I was gonna show off by pointing out one of them was "Mork and Mindy" (I'm not sure how many people know that, and it's a different enough show to be surprising), but then you showed a bunch of clips with Mork... [pouts]
  • psycher7
    That cartoon was just...hunh?

    Okay, if it's a DRESS rehearsal, why weren't they in costume?

    Your response to Fonzi's "one at a time" line is the funniest thing I've heard in weeks.
  • FireCritic  - Long Time Viewer First time commenting
    Another wonderful enjoyable review, also I'm curious have you ever thought of doing Mystery Audiobooks? You'd be very good
  • Malvolio21
    You missed a joke opportunity there... you couldn't dial "F-O-N-Z" on the phone because, at the time, there was no "Z" on the phone dial.

    And yes, plaid never changes its direction or angle... just like the plaid shirt on your own avatar. (Sorry, it's just in my nature to point out stuff like that.)
  • Minion of Yahtzee  - You learn something new everyday
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    I honestly had no idea that Mork and Mindy was a spin-off of Happy Days until I looked it up on Wikipedia during the review. As for Fonz, with what I have seen in the clips in this review why didn't Peter Griffin start a church about him sooner? Clearly the man is a sorcerer. But still, a Happy Days comic? The next thing I know Linkara will be reviewing a I dream of Jeannie comic. Still keep up the good work.
  • armagod679
    Okay, I've never watched Happy Days, so most of this comic went right over my head. It still got a laugh out of me, though, and that theme song will always be awesome.
  • Moon Spirit
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    I never seen the cartoons, but god, the show was gold. Nobody is cooler than the Fonz. Nobody.

    BTW, love the brown leather jacket. Should have known you would replace that cotton jacket for leather for Happy Days.

    As for dress rehearsals, that's total bull. I've been in 3 high school productions, and when it comes to dress rehearsals, that don't mean the show's jinxed. At least, not for me. Our shows did fine, and I had a lot of fun doing them.
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    You know, you COULD review the Happy Days cartoon if you really wanted to. There really isn't anything stopping you. After all, you're also reviewing The Power Rangers.
  • joliet_jane
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    Someone, maybe CR, needs to look into these bizarre animated adaptations. Mork and Mindy and Laverene and Shirley got cartoons also.
  • Flaregun
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    Except I don't think there's really anything except that one absurd Opening Credits sequence "out there" floating around. It's not like the show would have ever likely gotten a video release, and can you realistically picture anyone ever refularly programming their VCRs to record it back in the day, let alone never taping them over?
  • sunnyl
    I'd quite like to see Linkara rip into that cartoon. I also shudder at the thought of seeing any more of that cartoon. So torn.. but a review of it would be great.
  • Mr.Booyah  - The Plaid, it spreads...
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    When you have the zooming in shots of Richie's shirt, you can also see that the one girl's skirt is made of the same color and style of plaid, but at a different angle.

    Also, from what I've read, the "Good Dress Rehearsal == Bad Performance" stems from the idea that a perfect practice takes the edge off so the performers are more likely to be sloppy.
  • joliet_jane
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    I will say this about the comic: comic Fonz is pretty cute. :-)
  • Dacilriel
    The way I've always heard the superstition is that a bad dress rehearsal means a good opening night. I've never heard it in reverse like that.

    Maybe Fonzie wants to go to Indianapolis to see the Indianapolis 500? He is into cars after all.

    I love your leather jacket, Linkara!
  • Trogdor
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    21:17 Uhh, is it just me, or is that officer coming into the building holding a revolver in EACH HAND?
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    It was the 1950s, man! Police back then were Hard Core! They didn't play around!
  • JahLis
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    yeah, finally! starting in October I've finally managed to watch every single episode of AT4W now! Linkara, thank you so much for what you do here! You got me into comics once again after I stopped to pay any attention to this industry at all (except for movies). And even reviewing mostly bad stuff you still give lots of information ‘bout comic books in general. Thank you!
    now Doug and Lindsay are in my list:3
    also, I've a question for ya. Have you ever come across Mortal Kombat comics published by Malibu? pretty wierd stuff, especially "Raiden vs Kano"
  • Linkara
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    Thanks for watching through them all and enjoying! ^_^

    And nope, never read the Malibu Mortal Kombat comics.
  • Kossmeister
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    You may think Mork was the culprit, but I prefer to believe that Chuck Cunningham fell through a crack in time like Amy Pond's parents.

    Either that or Chuck was the result of an affair and Richie's dad disowned him after he found out.
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    I always assumed that Chuck became a drug pusher, and when he got busted, the family disowned him and never mentioned him again.
  • EpicFish  - Speaking of weird theater superstitions...
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    I remember back in the day when I was a drama kid, one of the superstitions I learned was that you could never say the word "Macbeth" except for during rehearsal or the performance because it was bad luck. The only way to reverse it was to go into another room and close the door, spin around three times and either say a curse word or spit. But since I was in 7th grade when my class learned this, we were told instead of going into another room or using a curse word, that we had to stop whatever we were doing and spin around in circles three times, each time saying, "Angels and ministers of grace defend us" and then spit. Sometimes we would even have to close our eyes.

    Another thing we believed in was that you always slept with your script under your pillow, especially close to the dates of the performance for good luck.

    I think we were also told to never use real money or jewelry onstage (because of bad luck caused by theft) and we were warned to never wear or use any costumes or props that included peacock feathers.
  • Linkara
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    Yep! There are a lot of weird theater superstitions. The script one was believed that the script would somehow be memorized through the pillow while you slept.
  • TragicGuineaPig
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    Either that, or if you woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't go back to sleep, you could pick it up and work on memorizing it some more. Might as well make good use of the time. Especially if you woke up because you had a nightmare that you forgot your lines.
  • Aural Aurum
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    *shudder* I still have nightmares about that, and I haven't been in a play in seven years!
  • theSnark
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    Okay, here's an explanation from an actual theatre worker: The comic was slightly incorrect. A good dress rehearsal is not considered a jinx; however, a bad final dress rehearsal is considered a bit of good luck. The logic goes that making mistakes in the dress rehearsal will cause you to improve on things you need to fix and cause you to not make those mistakes in front of an audience.

    Naturally, it only goes so far, as a bad dress rehearsal where no one knows what to do and the effects don't work probably means no one will know what to do the next day and the effects still won't work.
    It's the same way with all theatre superstitions; yes, everyone knows they aren't true, saying the name of the Scottish Play won't actually call down the wrath of angry spirits; but in a profession that, as my teacher put it, 'all the equipment around you, if not handled correctly, can, will, and has killed people', do you really want to take the chance that it might be real?
  • theSnark
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    I just got my Bachelor's Degree in Theatre Design. Oh, the stories I could tell...

    What you'll find is that many superstitions have some basis on logic (ie, it's bad luck to walk under a ladder, because something on top of the ladder could get knocked onto your head.) Other superstitions started as a result of cause/effect coincidences that happened enough times that they stuck and got spread around (the Scottish play one was developed as a result of strange disasters somehow relating to the play or the name that have perpetuated over the years and centuries. Another is that enough actors had a 'black cat experience' right before an excellent performance that black cats are associated with good luck [and as my teacher put it 'tuxedo cats are even better'])

    ... Sorry, I'm rambling again. This is one of my favorite topics, and I tend to do that. >.
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