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That subtitle came later. What happens to this character is, he is an actor and to be most successful, he has to be not himself. That is the most incredible set of contradictions, the idea that you have to be not yourself in order to be good. In the moment that Riggin Thompson tries pretentiously and ignorantly to prove he is something that he is not, when he surrenders to that, when the critic says I will kill you, when his daughter rejects him and he realizes he has lost everything, in that moment right before that climactic act onstage, he is not acting. He is real and that is why the critic responded to his performance. He broke the rules of the game. And by surrendering to his reality, he gets to the unexpected virtue of ignorance. There was beauty in it.
Adding multiple subtitles is likely to cause Colon Cancer. When it is added in translations, it is called The Foreign Subtitle. May overlap with Numbered Sequels, Lettered Sequel, Sequel Goes Foreign. Combining Colon Cancer and Numbered Sequels or Lettered Sequel can lead to Capcom Sequel Stagnation. Sometimes they don't even bother with adding subtitles or numbers and just re-use the same title with a non-remake; see Recycled Title.
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Live-Action TV While some teams returning to Robot Wars give their robot a numbered sequel name (Chaos 2, for example, which was much more successful than Chaos) others use an Oddly Named Sequel name (for instance Scutter's Revenge being followed by Spawn of Scutter, which in turn was followed by Spawn Again).
Each season of Babylon 5 has its own subtitle: 'Signs and Portents', 'The Coming of Shadows', 'Point of No Return', 'No Surrender, No Retreat' and 'The Wheel of Fire'. However, this subtitle does not appear in the credits and was strictly informal until the DVD releases, when the subtitle was included on the front cover packaging. The season titles were also the titles of the most significant episodes in that season, which did appear on screen. (Thus Season I was named Signs and Portents after the episode that introduced Morden and really kicked off the Myth Arc, and so on.)
Ashes to Ashes (2008) is a sequel series to Life On Mars set in London, eight years later. Both are David Bowie song titles. The ironic thing is that the song "Ashes to Ashes" is a sequel to the song "Space Oddity," which is not the name of a TV show. Yet.
The British musical comedy/drama series Blackpool had a two-part sequel, Viva Blackpool. The original Blackpool series was called Viva Blackpool for US distribution.
Grace and Favour, the short-lived sequel series to Are You Being Served?, was marketed in the U.S. as Are You Being Served? Again! Some believe that this is due to Viewers Are Morons, but others (including cast member Frank Thornton) argue that if it were more clearly identified as a sequel to Are You Being Served?, it might not have been short-lived. Well, it would still have been as short-lived, but you may be right in the sense that it may have been more popular. Billy Burden (Mr. Moulterd) died just after the series ended.
M*A*S*H was followed by After M*A*S*H.
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers was followed by Power Rangers Zeo. "Zeo" was the name of the crystal that gave the Mighty Morphin' heroes their new powers. From then on, the default name for any series, whether connected to the previous series or not, has always been Power Rangers X, with X characterizing the Rangers' power source or function, or in some cases the setting (one series was literally and titularly Power Rangers in Space!). In Japan, Himitsu Sentai Gorenger was followed by J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai and Battle Fever J before every Super Sentai season followed the same "[Adjective] Sentai [Name]" template (with only two exceptions).
Parodied by the Portuguese comedy show Paraíso Filmes, about a Toilet shop/Movie studio (no, that's not a typo) where the plot of every episode revolves around shooting a Z-grade movie. In one episode they shoot their newest production, a ninja movie entitled The Return of the Vengeance of the Red Dragon 6.
The Mole 2: The Next Betrayal
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome
iCarly: The blooper episode "iBloop" had a Sequel Episode called "iBloop 2: Electric Bloopaloo".
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia gives us "CharDee MacDennis 2: Electric Boogaloo" (both the episode title and the name of the in-universe board game), courtesy of Frank... much to the group's chagrin.
Community discussed this in the episode "Pillows and Blankets", where Abed compares the nonsensical nature of war to the Rambo movie titles.
Survivor: Most early seasons were named after their location, but then we have the returning-contestant seasons of All-Stars and Heroes Vs Villains. Panama is also known by the subtitle Exile Island, its gimmick. (Micronesia similarly used to be known as Fans vs. Favorites, but with Caramoan using the same gimmick and subtitle the location is now necessary to differentiate.) Eventually, due to most seasons filming in Samoa or Fiji, titles based on the gimmicks became commonplace and are no longer "odd". Then, in a first for the series, the season after Winners at War was simply titled Survivor 41.
Western Animation Avatar: The Last Airbender: The sequel was going to be called The Last Airbender: The Legend of Korra. Not only did it make no sense whatsoever because Korra isn't the last Airbender (she's not even a native airbender), it's a mouthful. Stranger yet, it was originally going to be called Avatar: The Legend of Korra (which would have made a lot more sense), but they had to change it due to legal issues with a certain movie. Prior to release, it was shortened down to simply The Legend of Korra.
In the UK the original show was always known as Avatar: The Legend of Aang (probably to avoid using the word "bender" which has... implications in the UK) so the sequel series being called The Legend of Korra fits very well.
Happened to The Transformers in Japan; while Headmasters had sense, there's no excuse for Super-God Masterforce or Victory. They did this very often, spawning no less than fourteen differently named series (not all televised, or even given fiction at all; Operation Combination is a toy line only, for example.) in Japan, though "only" seven in English-speaking countries.
Played for laughs in Danny Phantom. When the family temporarily get filthy rich, they move. Jack wants to call their new home "Fenton Works 2: This Time, it's Personal".
Total Drama's second season was called Total Drama Action (shift to movie-themed challenges on an abandoned film lot) and the third season was named Total Drama World Tour (traveling the world and spoofing musicals). Season four is titled Total Drama Revenge of the Island (original location, different cast).
Originally named Aqua Teen Hunger Force for no particular reason, the show was 'rebooted' (to exactly the same thing) and renamed Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1, then 're-rebooted' (to exactly the same thing again) and renamed Aqua Something You Know Whatever. And then again to Aqua TV Show Show. And then finally to "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever". The only real change is the opening credits.
Archer: In-Universe, Krieger mentions that he and his holographic girlfriend are having a "mushi" night, sushi and movies. The movies they're watching are called The Fisherman's Wife and The Fisherman's Wife 2: The Retentacling.
On The Simpsons, Rainier Wolfcastle starred in Frankenberry the Movie 2: The Frankenberry Wears Prada.
Phineas and Ferb: In-Universe, Doof lists a sequence of popular horror movies: The Grievance, Grievance 2; The Gripe, Grievance 3; Bone to Pick, and Grievance 4; Revenge of the Italian Jug Band.
Milo Murphy's Law: Parodied with the Krillhunter movies. Some of the subtitles are Good Krill Hunting, House On Haunted Krill, and The Day the Earth Stood Krill. The studio eventually reboots the franchise as Lady Krillers.
On April 25, 2019, the film was released as a re-edited four-episode miniseries on Netflix with the subtitle Extended Version. The Hateful Eight is Tarantino's final collaboration with The Weinstein Company following allegations of sexual abuse against Harvey Weinstein in October 2017.
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Step 3: In the subtitles section, which will probably show something like English [CC], use the select button again. This should switch subtitles off. Again, switching subtitles on and off again can often fix subtitle bugs.
On a controller, Pause is generally the bottom button on your quadrant, the X or the A, depending on your console. From here, use the joysticks to navigate to the subtitles menu, right above the X-Ray information. Select Subtitles, then make sure they are turned to Off.
Over the years, I had many gratifying conversations with Dr. John Hope Franklin. Two of those conversations, however, stand out, in large part because they left me perplexed. In 1994, I had the honor of presenting Dr. Franklin with the Carter G. Woodson Scholars' Medallion for distinction in research, writing, and activism in the field of African American life and history. We shared the dais at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History's award ceremony, and I had a rare opportunity for an extensive chat with him. I had wondered why the subtitle of From Slavery to Freedom had been changed for the third edition in 1967 from "A History of American Negroes" as it appeared in the first edition in 1947 to "A History of Negro Americans." He shrugged off my question perhaps because he thought that I was inquiring about the use of the term "Negro," which by 1994, he had changed in the subtitle to "African Americans." 041b061a72