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When people on tv make plans they never seem to confirm a time or place, amirite?

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"I'll pick you up at 8 ;)" THEY JUST MET! How does he know where she lives???

"6 o-clock!"

"6 o-clock"

"6 o-clock!"

obscure reference . . .

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@"6 o-clock!" "6 o-clock" "6 o-clock!" obscure reference . . .

its not obscure, who wouldn't know that SB episode!? It's one of my faves!

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Sorta makes sense with the Time - often you'll notice TV shows avoid saying a specific year, to make it more "timeless" or something. And some long run shows, like The Simpsons will avoid saying what month it is, because of the whole "never-aging" think, even though it shows them in specific season - think about it, ignoring the fact that the kids have had multiple birthdays and haven't gotten any older, do you know off the top of your head which month Bart's birthday is in, or Lisa's?

With the Place, it depends whether they made it obvious the show was set in a specific setting (Ie, Berlin, New York) or "generic city", "generic country town". Could also be not wishing to involve brands - meeting up in "park" or "coffee shop" rather than "Starbucks" or something.

@Simon Sorta makes sense with the Time - often you'll notice TV shows avoid saying a specific year, to make it more...

i think the op just means like how they're on the phone and they'll be like "wanna hang out tonight?" and the other person goes "yeah sure" and then they're like "great see ya!" hang up
that always seems to happen it's pretty funny.....

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