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Most fantasy comedy includes an element of parody, or satire, turning many of the fantasy conventions on their head such as the hero becoming a cowardly fool, the princess being a klutz.
The audience is taken by surprise, by the parody or satire of an unexpected effect or an opposite expectations of their cultural beliefs.
ELO had reached the peak of their stardom, selling millions of albums and singles, and even inspiring a parody / tribute song on the Randy Newman album Born Again, titled " The Story of a Rock and Roll Band ".
Formula fiction should not be confused with pastiche ( the mimicking of another work or author's style ), though the latter by its nature may include elements of the former ; the same holds true of some parody and satirical works as well, which may well include formulaic elements such as common stereotypes or caricatures, or which may use formulaic elements in order to mock them or point out their supposedly cliché or unrealistic nature.
Barrie would return for the band's next single, " The Power of Love ", imitating Mike Read in a parody of the DJ's banning of their previous single, " Relax ".
MacFarlane has said that Lucasfilm was extremely helpful when the Family Guy crew wanted to parody their works.
Following retirement from professional football, he developed a career in the media, initially on BBC Radio 5 Live and as a football pundit before replacing Des Lynam as the BBC's anchorman for football coverage, including their flagship football television programme Match of the Day, and as a team captain on the acerbic sports game show, They Think It's All Over from 1995 to 2003, where he was heavily ( though affectionately ) ridiculed for being a " goal hanger ", described as " lethal from twelve inches " – a parody of Lineker's short-range scoring prowess.
In the early 19th century an increasing number of black musicians learned to play European instruments, particularly the violin, which they used to parody European dance music in their own cakewalk dances.
MIT also had developed their own influential system, the Incompatible Timesharing System ( named in parody of the Compatible Time-Sharing System, developed at MIT for a modified IBM 7094 ).
As part of their BBC Radio 1 shows, the pair produced pastiches of chart songs, such as " Lardy Boy ", a parody of Placebo's " Nancy Boy ", and " Why Is It Always Dairylea ", spoofing Travis's " Why Does It Always Rain on Me?
In their defense, the Social Text editors said they believed that " Transgressing the Boundaries: Towards a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity " " was the earnest attempt of a professional scientist to seek some kind of affirmation from postmodern philosophy for developments in his field " and that " its status as parody does not alter, substantially, our interest in the piece, itself, as a symptomatic document.
The album cover of their record Nagelbett ( nail bed ) is a parody of the Kraftwerk album cover for The Man-Machine and the group name Autobahn shares the name of a Kraftwerk song and album.
On 16 December 2010, Variety reported that Gilliam is to " godfather " a film called 1884 which is described as an animated steampunk parody of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, with several former Pythons lending their voice talents to the project whereas Gilliam will be credited as " creative adviser ".
The 1989 parody, The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, is presented as a first-person narrative by the wolf, who portrays the entire incident as a misunderstanding ; he had gone to the pigs to borrow some sugar, had destroyed their houses in a sneezing fit, ate the first two pigs to not waste food ( since they'd died in the house collapse anyway ), and was caught attacking the third pig's house after the pig had continually insulted him.
Gilbert and Sullivan also inserted into Act II an idea they first considered for a one-act opera parody in 1876 about burglars meeting police, and their conflict escaping the notice of the father of a large family of girls.
The name was a parody of London Weekend Television, the independent television franchise that provided Londoners with their ITV services at weekends ; Rutland had been England's smallest county, but had recently been ' abolished ' in an administrative shake-up.
The artist's lightweight gags and sometimes moralistic tone were roughly satirized by the National Lampoons 1971 Mad parody, which included a hard-hatted conservative and a longhaired hippie finding their only common ground by choking and beating Berg.
After they had finished university he had accompanied his friends in a well-received revue at the Edinburgh Fringe ( Richard Burton even appeared one night in their parody of Luther ).
In 1989, their performance in Zagreb started with the Serbian instrument the gusle and in Belgrade, the NSK philosopher Peter Malkar held a speech as a cynical parody of Slobodan Milošević's speeches in SAP Kosovo.
While this is at variance with the depictions by Plato and Xenophon, two of Socrates ' students, it is plausible that Aristophanes ' parody of Socrates is more accurate than their panegyrics.
A parody of the sybaritic Playboy lifestyle, the article featured various characters drinking, living out of wedlock, stealing cars, becoming pregnant, attending an orgy, and selling their soul to Satan.
* Mad Scientist: Another monster parody, this time with an evil scientist ( Morgan Freeman ) and his assistant Igor ( Luis Avalos ), who tried to read words associated with their experiments.
* Edison also made a parody of The Great Train Robbery ( The Little Train Robbery ) ( 1905 ) with an all-child cast in which a larger gang of bandits holds up a mini train and steal their dolls and candy.
Since their introduction, Koopa Troopas have become the iconic enemy of the Mario franchise, often referenced in popular culture relating to the series: in 2007's The Simpsons Game, a Koopa Troopa appears as the apparent bride of the eccentric geek Professor Frink after Bart and Lisa rescue him from Donkey Kong in a parody of the popular arcade game.
Their family name is a reference to their apparent lack of intelligence, and their cross-eyed appearance may be a parody of generic soldiers being unable to shoot a hero in various franchises.

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Dr. and Mrs. Richard Peter Vieth announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Susan Ann Vieth, to Mr. Conrad Wall 3,, son of Dr. Conrad Wall 2,, and Mrs. Nell Kennedy Wall.
In England, British Social Anthropology's paradigm began to fragment as Max Gluckman and Peter Worsley experimented with Marxism and authors such as Rodney Needham and Edmund Leach incorporated Lévi-Strauss's structuralism into their work.
Seven Republican senators – William Pitt Fessenden, Joseph S. Fowler, John B. Henderson, Lyman Trumbull, Peter G. Van Winkle and notably Senators Grimes and Ross played a decisive role ; purportedly disturbed by how the proceedings had been manipulated to give a one-sided presentation of the evidence, they voted against conviction, in defiance of their party and public opinion.
When the Emperor Henry I died on 11 July 1216, Andrew was planning to acquire the imperial throne, but the barons of the Latin Empire proclaimed his father-in-law, Peter of Courtenay their emperor.
He was extremely skeptical of Peter Bartholomew's discovery in Antioch of the Holy Lance, especially because he knew such a relic already existed in Constantinople ; however, he was willing to let the Crusader army believe it was real if it raised their morale.
Records from the early 19th century survive to this day describing the distinct dialect that had surfaced in the colonies since first settlement in 1788, with Peter Miller Cunningham's 1827 book Two Years in New South Wales, describing the distinctive accent and vocabulary of the native born colonists, different from that of their parents and with a strong London influence.
* In episode 17, season 5 of " Family Guy ", entitled " It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One ", the Griffin family is wearing powdered wigs in their living room and Stewie Griffin begins playing several classical compositions, including those by Joseph Haydn and George Frideric Handel, when Peter Griffin, as Salieri, says " Play Peter Griffin ", alluding to the 1984 film Amadeus, when the disguised Salieri character requests that Mozart imitate his compositional style.
Confessional Lutheranism rejects Apostolic succession, stating that that there's no evidence the Popes have historic succession from Peter other than their own claim that it is so.
In are references to four parties in the Corinthian church, of which two attached themselves to Paul and Apollos respectively, using their names ( the third and fourth were Peter, identified as Cephas, and Jesus himself ).
Bishops ( as well as other members of the priesthood ) can trace their line of authority back to Joseph Smith, Jr., who, according to church doctrine, was ordained to lead the Church in modern times by the ancient apostles Peter, James, and John, who were ordained to lead the Church by Jesus Christ.
James VanderKam and Peter W. Flint further explain that the stories of Daniel and his friends, set in Babylon during the Exile, encouraged readers to remain faithful to God and to refuse compromise in the face of their oppressors, and offered the prospect of triumph over wickedness and idolatry.
Jerome referred to marriage prohibition for priests when he argued in Against Jovinianus that Peter and the other apostles had been married before they were called, but subsequently gave up their marital relations.
Peter of Morone, their founder built a number of other small oratories in that neighborhood.
However after falling in love with Peter Barlow, despite doing nothing about it, Carla calls off their wedding.
Peter Jones and Nick Seymour joined Australian group Deadstar for their second album, Milk, in 1997.
Roman Catholics view the Bishop of Rome as the " Successor of Peter " to serve as universal pastor to the entire Church, though all the particular Churches in communion with him have their own distinct pastoral heads, who, taken as a college in union with the Successor of Peter, are considered to be the subject of supreme power in the universal Church.
:" Also in another volume from the times of Pope John XV, Dagome, lord, and Ote, lady, and their sons Misico and Lambert ( I do not know of which nation those people are, but I think they are Sardinians, for those are ruled by four judges ) were supposed to give to Saint Peter one state in whole which is called Schinesghe, with all its lands in borders which run along the long sea, along Prussia to the place called Rus, thence to Kraków and from said Kraków to the River Oder, straight to a place called Alemure, and from said Alemure to the land of Milczanie, and from the borders of that people to the Oder and from that, going along the River Oder, ending at the earlier mentioned city of Schinesghe.
Rome was the leading Patriarchate of the ancient four by virtue of its founding by Saints Peter and Paul and their martyrdom there, not to mention being the political center of the Roman empire at the time.
The social makeup of the addressees of 1 Peter is debatable because some scholars interpret “ strangers ” ( 1: 1 ) as Christians longing for their home in heaven, some interpret it as literal “ strangers ”, or as an Old Testament adaptation applied to Christian believers.
While the new Christians have encountered oppression and hostility from locals, Peter advises them to maintain loyalty to both their religion and the empire ( 1 Peter 2: 17 ).
For effectively crushing the tyranny of the infidels, we grant to those who go to Jerusalem and also to those who give aid toward the defense of the Christians, the remission of their sins and we take under the protection of St. Peter and the Roman Church their homes, their families, and all their belongings, as was already ordained by Pope Urban II.

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