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'''NC (vo):''' But there is one major problem: this isn't really the Ash we've all come to know and love. He's not a badass, he's not a line-quoter, he's not a larger-than-life screw-up, he's just...a guy. Not even a very interesting guy. When danger comes along, he usually just stands around and does nothing. His name isn't even Ash. It's Ash''ley. ''What a bizarre naming choice.* ''(picture of Bobby Joe and Jake from the sequel)'' Is that why in the next one, they give one of the women two boy's names? It's like calling ''(pictures of named people are shown)'' John Wayne Daisy, or Ann Weiss Howard, or Stevie Wonder Steve-land. But what's in a name as long as the character is cool? And honestly, this is not a cool character.
 
'''NC (vo):''' But there is one major problem: this isn't really the Ash we've all come to know and love. He's not a badass, he's not a line-quoter, he's not a larger-than-life screw-up, he's just...a guy. Not even a very interesting guy. When danger comes along, he usually just stands around and does nothing. His name isn't even Ash. It's Ash''ley. ''What a bizarre naming choice.* ''(picture of Bobby Joe and Jake from the sequel)'' Is that why in the next one, they give one of the women two boy's names? It's like calling ''(pictures of named people are shown)'' John Wayne Daisy, or Ann Weiss Howard, or Stevie Wonder Steve-land. But what's in a name as long as the character is cool? And honestly, this is not a cool character.
   
* ''In the 1980s and prior, it wasn't seen as odd for a male to be named Ashley because it was originally a boy's name. It gained popularity for girls in the late 20th century, outranking its usage for boys, hence why the name isn't often given to boys today and why it seems like an odd choice''.
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* ''In the 1980's and prior, it wasn't seen as odd for a male to be named Ashley because it was originally a boy's name. It gained popularity for girls in the late 20th century, outranking its usage for boys, hence why the name isn't often given to boys today and why it seems like an odd choice''.
   
 
''(Ash gets pathetically scared by one of his friends, twice)''
 
''(Ash gets pathetically scared by one of his friends, twice)''
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