She (and it almost always will be a she) is a lightning rod of hatred from the fanbase, and will be Misblamed: either for negatively affecting the quality of his work, upsetting group dynamics, or just stealing him away from them.Its most prevalent among musicians, followed by actors and athletes.Most of the time (but not always), the hatred is entirely undeserved and just goes to show how obsessed and delusional fans can be.At its worst, it amounts to an invasion of the celebritys privacy; after all, famous people are still human beings entitled to pursue romantic relationships in their personal lives. Very often, such characters will be a musicians girlfriend whose antics or presence cause the band to break up; shes often a direct send-up of Trope Namer Yoko Ono.It's certainly no place for a poor sods like the Chords.While it's not exactly a realistic place as far as characters, the city itself is real and it still instills a hefty backdrop.
We asked Courtney from All Things Bright and Beautiful to design these for us and we were seriously BLOWN AWAY with what she created. I came up with the idea when I was trying to think of an inexpensive, but meaningful gift for my husband.
This revelation that all Aussies are, in fact, hooligan rapists, was fantastic. In the same manner that New Zealand is made fun of for being dimwitted and nonsensical - like Bret and Jemaine's official government parcel of two tea biscuits that they had to fill out paperwork for - Australia is simply a place of boorish thieves.
And having this idea exist in the world of the show gave it a tremndous weight. The true highlight for me was Jemaine's song about all the girls that left him, "Carol Brown" - which came complete with a chorus of ex-girlfriends projected on the building wall behind him. You could tell with the production that this was definitely a song written just for the show, but it still totally worked and was hilarious.
Either way, you’re sure to make some priceless memories traveling the world together!
Basically Die for Our Ship, but aimed at the Real Life love interest of a celebrity or other public figure.
Inside they discover that the club is overpopulated with men and they sing the song "Too Many Dicks On The Dance Floor".