former video). Relative few readers are now aware of this, given that the subsequent books in the series developed into broader parodies of pulp-SF, and that more people are aware of Starship Troopers through the equally parodic Verhoeven film version than through the novel. The psychiatrist then starts narrating his own (seemingly insane) rant about humanity itself being haunted by ancestral ghosts, and claiming that violent cavemen are still within us, behind a thin mask of civization. While "Hans und Franz" never eclipsed Arnold Schwarzenegger by a long shot, many of their features and Running Gags are incorporated in the numerous expies of him. Tom Lehrer 's "Lobachevsky" is much better known than its direct inspiration, a Danny Kaye Patter Song titled "Stanislavsky." The bouncy jazz-blues standard "Why Don't You Do Right" was singlehandedly transformed into a slow, sultry number by Jessica Rabbit. In Rockadoodle, Pinky is to Colonel Tom Parker what Chantecleer is to Elvis Presley. They toss him into a dentist's chair and announce that they need to give him some "Anastasia." A girl in a tiara and a poofy dress then hits Rasputin on the head with a hammer.
Cause and effect is a common method of organizing and discussing ideas.
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I was saying that industrial music influenced cyberpunk.
Animation is built on plagiarism! Scott of the Antarctic (1947) is a faithful adaptation of the actual real life tragedy, but is mostly forgotten nowadays. Chappelle's Show made popular many things, but none of them are as readily"d as David Chappelle's Rick James impersonation: "I'm Rick James, bitch!" If you were to ask anybody trying to imitate this catchphrase who were born after 1980, they wouldn't even know who. What say, Myrt?" - (reference to the character Fibber, whenever he made a phone call to a certain Myrt in Fibber McGee and Molly. It Was a Dark and Stormy Night has been parodied so many times, most people have no idea that it comes from Paul Clifford (1830) by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, or that that phrase is the just the start of a very long opening sentence. While it is very well known in Japan, not many Western fans of Touhou know that the title of the "Marisa stole the precious thing" meme is a parody of a line by Inspector Zenigata from The Castle of Cagliostro. You can choose between different academic styles.