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Lily Tomlin's Rocking Chair
Rocking chair

Origin

Lily Tomlin

Type

Rocking Chair

Effects

Transforms people into the characters they impersonation

Downsides

Viewpoint and behavior reduced to adolescence

Activation

Sitting

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Thalia-171J

Aisle

398002-7842

Shelf

941842-4618-497

Date of Collection

May 3, 2017

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OriginEdit

Lily Tomlin has had a diverse media career, starring in stand-up venues, Broadway plays, movie roles and even animated children's shows. However, one of her most notable performance was on comedy show Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In.

Originally brought in as a replacement, her sketches and characters were quickly loved by fans. There was the wise-mouth telephone operator Ernestine, ad model Judith Beasley, worrisome sorority girl Susie, Lucille the rubber consumer and more. The most unique however character was Edith Ann, a musing , raspberry blowing five year old who pondered the meaning of life better than most adults. To sell the idea further, Tomlin would sit in a gigantic rocking chair to appear small and childlike alongside her ragdoll Doris.

EffectsEdit

User begins to behave as an exaggerated character type they normally mimic, fully becoming that new identity. Unrelenting childishness will ensue, and they will behave increasingly silly with no desire for stopping.

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