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'''Litigation Jackson''' is a series of action movies. The series contains at least two [[Electronic Media and Film#Movies|movies]], both starring [[Matt Chapman]] as Litigation Jackson, dressed in a typical lawyer costume. Both posters show him standing in front of [[explosions]] with legal documents.
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'''Litigation Jackson''' is a film that helped to sponsor the titular pageant in the toon [[A Decemberween Pageant]]. The tagline is "This [[Decemberween]]... The System Really Works, Jerks!" It was presumably released into theaters on December 27th.
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The first film helped to sponsor the titular pageant in the toon [[A Decemberween Pageant]]. The tagline is "This [[Decemberween]]... The System Really Works, Jerks!" It was released in theaters on December 27th, 2002, according to the toon's [[Generic Announcers|announcer]]. The film's poster portrays Litigation Jackson running from an explosion with a box labeled "LEGAL DOCUMENTS". According to this poster, the movie is a joint project between the famed [[Free Country, USA]] jack-of-all-trades writer/illustrator [[Lem Sportsinterviews]] and one of the Delabors of [[Thorax Corporation]]. They would later collaborate on the [[Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer|Peasant's Quest movie]].
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According to the film's poster (portraying [[Matt Chapman]]), it is a joint project between the famed [[Free Country, USA]] jack-of-all-trades writer/illustrator [[Leomard Sportsinterviews|Lem Sportsinterviews]] and one of the Delabors of [[Thorax Corporation]]. They would later collaborate on the [[Peasant's Quest Movie Trailer|Peasant's Quest movie]].
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A sequel was revealed in an [[Easter egg]] in the [[Strong Bad Email]] [[rampage]], entitled "Litigation Jackson 2: Legal Rampage". The poster features Litigation Jackson in front of an explosion occurring in front of the [[Wikipedia:New York Supreme Court|New York Supreme Court]]. He is holding pages marked "Important Legal Documents", implying higher stakes than the box of plain old "Legal Documents" in the original film. He appears to have gotten a perm between the first and second movies.
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A sequel was revealed in the email "[[rampage]]", entitled "Litigation Jackson 2: Legal Rampage". The poster features Litigation Jackson holding some "Important Legal Documents", implying higher stakes than the box of plain old "Legal Documents" in the original film (see poster) with an explosion occurring in front of the [[Wikipedia:New York Supreme Court|New York Supreme Court]]. He appears to have gotten a perm between the first and second movies.
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The title is a parody of the 1988 film ''[[Wikipedia:Action Jackson|Action Jackson]]''. The name "Litigation Jackson" first appeared in the game [[Hairstyle Runner]], in which one of the hairstyles in the gallery is entitled "Litigation Jackson". The hairstyle features a unibrow and a goatee and sideburns that both resemble the letter J. This name could have been a reference to "Litigation Johnson", a name under the testimonies for Thorax Corporation's "PROGRAM CONGRATULATION(TM)(R)(C)" PRODUKT.
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The name "Litigation Jackson" first appeared in the game [[Hairstyle Runner]], in which one of the hairstyles in the gallery is entitled "Litigation Jackson". The hairstyle features a unibrow and a goatee and sideburns that both resemble the letter J.
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The parody refers to the title of the 1988 film ''[[Wikipedia:Action Jackson|Action Jackson]]''.
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To "litigate" means to contest or engage in legal proceedings, or to take legal action. This use of the word "action" is conflated with the action movie genre. "Litigation Jackson" could be considered a legal action movie, or be titled "Legal Action Jackson".
To "litigate" means to contest or engage in legal proceedings, or to take legal action. This use of the word "action" is conflated with the action movie genre. "Litigation Jackson" could be considered a legal action movie, or be titled "Legal Action Jackson".
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The entire series could be a modified-spin off from "Litigation Johnson", a name under the testimonies for Thorax's "PROGRAM CONGRATULATION(TM)(R)(C)" PRODUKT.
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In [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 17.2]], a [[Made-up Real Things|lawyer claiming to be]] Litigation Jackson called up [[Marzipan]], saying he was the attorney prosecuting [[Coach Z]] and requested that Marzipan testify as a witness against Coach Z. He then recites the tagline of the first film.
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In [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 17.2]], a [[Made-up Real Things|lawyer claiming to be]] Litigation Jackson called up [[Marzipan]], saying he was the attorney prosecuting [[Coach Z]] and requested that Marzipan testify as a witness against Coach Z.
 
== See Also ==
== See Also ==
*[[Rough Copy!]]
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Revision as of 22:21, 28 June 2019

OBJECTION!
Rampagin' the courtroom

Litigation Jackson is a series of action movies. The series contains at least two movies, both starring Matt Chapman as Litigation Jackson, dressed in a typical lawyer costume. Both posters show him standing in front of explosions with legal documents.

The first film helped to sponsor the titular pageant in the toon A Decemberween Pageant. The tagline is "This Decemberween... The System Really Works, Jerks!" It was released in theaters on December 27th, 2002, according to the toon's announcer. The film's poster portrays Litigation Jackson running from an explosion with a box labeled "LEGAL DOCUMENTS". According to this poster, the movie is a joint project between the famed Free Country, USA jack-of-all-trades writer/illustrator Lem Sportsinterviews and one of the Delabors of Thorax Corporation. They would later collaborate on the Peasant's Quest movie.

A sequel was revealed in an Easter egg in the Strong Bad Email rampage, entitled "Litigation Jackson 2: Legal Rampage". The poster features Litigation Jackson in front of an explosion occurring in front of the New York Supreme Court. He is holding pages marked "Important Legal Documents", implying higher stakes than the box of plain old "Legal Documents" in the original film. He appears to have gotten a perm between the first and second movies.

The title is a parody of the 1988 film Action Jackson. The name "Litigation Jackson" first appeared in the game Hairstyle Runner, in which one of the hairstyles in the gallery is entitled "Litigation Jackson". The hairstyle features a unibrow and a goatee and sideburns that both resemble the letter J. This name could have been a reference to "Litigation Johnson", a name under the testimonies for Thorax Corporation's "PROGRAM CONGRATULATION(TM)(R)(C)" PRODUKT.

To "litigate" means to contest or engage in legal proceedings, or to take legal action. This use of the word "action" is conflated with the action movie genre. "Litigation Jackson" could be considered a legal action movie, or be titled "Legal Action Jackson".

In Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 17.2, a lawyer claiming to be Litigation Jackson called up Marzipan, saying he was the attorney prosecuting Coach Z and requested that Marzipan testify as a witness against Coach Z. He then recites the tagline of the first film.

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