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Memory-beta

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Clifford Scott was a 22nd century Human man who was, by the early 23rd century, Montgomery Scott's paternal grandfather. He once said to his grandson that "Men make their own luck." (TNG novelization: Relics)


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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Performer:
Clifford as he appeared during the Muppets Tonight period
Design Team:
Kirk Thatcher • (designer)
Tim Miller • (builder)
Clifford with sunglasses
Clifford, last seen in The Muppets' Wizard of Oz

Clifford is the hip Muppet who first appeared on The Jim Henson Hour before being selected to host Muppets Tonight. He is often seen wearing sunglasses, and his multi-colored dreadlocks give his appearance a Rastafarian feel. Although his facial features, particularly his lips and mustache, are somewhat reminiscent of a catfish, as Kermit pointed out in episode 102 of Muppets Tonight, Clifford is a humanoid Muppet, much in the same vein as Scooter.

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The Jim Henson Hour and early appearances

Clifford first appeared on The Jim Henson Hour, where he was the bass player for the band Solid Foam. With the main exception of Digit, he was seen at Muppet Central more than any other member of the band. One of his more notable appearances outside of the band was in episode 102, where he told a story about evolution and the environment. His next major appearance after The Jim Henson Hour ended was in The Muppets at Walt Disney World, where he joined the Electric Mayhem as an auxiliary percussionist. Clifford once appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show to promote the special. In this appearance, he revealed that he doesn't have a last name and that he enjoys being spanked. In the Muppets Inside CD-ROM game, Clifford hosted a Name That Tune-style game show called Scope That Song.

Muppets Tonight

Although he appeared in several smaller productions in the years that followed, Clifford's most prominent role to date was hosting Muppets Tonight, starting in 1996. Whereas in his previous appearances, he had been depicted as a laid-back character, the pressures of hosting the show often caused him to lose his cool, such as in the premiere episode where he was cast as the host and told to immediately go on camera without any preparation whatsoever.

In episode 101, Kermit hired Clifford to host the show because he was the only one not to run out of the office when Kermit asks the other Muppets who would like to host the show (Clifford was busy talking to his girlfriend on his cell phone). In addition to hosting, Clifford appeared in the recurring UK segments Fairyland PD and Real World Muppets.

When Clifford took on the starring role in Muppets Tonight his look was slightly altered. He lost his trademark sunglasses and was seen with traditional Muppet eyes for the first time. After Muppets Tonight, Clifford regained his shades for his roles in Muppets from Space and The Muppets' Wizard of Oz. At MuppetFest in 2001, Kevin Clash revealed that he hated the eyes and is happy Clifford is wearing sunglasses again.

Some of the more notable episodes involving Clifford include episode 206, in which he constantly tried to get a kiss from Paula Abdul, and episode 207, in which Dennis Quaid seemed to take over from Clifford.

Later appearances

Clifford has appeared in two of the Muppet movies. He had a fairly large role in Muppets from Space where he earned his title as the Muppet Boarding House's expert on all things cool. He later appeared in The Muppets' Wizard of Oz as the bouncer for the Poppyfields nightclub. In both of these appearances, Clifford's style was depicted as closer in nature to his earliest appearances on The Jim Henson Hour.

A Clifford Action Figure was released in Series 6 of the Palisades Toys line of Muppet action figures, modeled after the character's look in Muppets Tonight. To date this is the only Clifford merchandise produced.

Filmography

Book Appearances


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Fallout

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Clifford
Biography
race: Human, Caucasian
affiliation: Rivet City
The Railroad
role: Priest
location: Rivet City
Gameplay
appearances: Fallout 3
quests: A Nice Day for a Right Wedding
Church Donations
Statistics
karma: Good
SPECIAL: 6 ST, 5 PE, 4 EN, 4 CH, 4 IN, 6 AG, 4 LK
Technical
base id: 000156CD
ref id: 0001E767

Father Clifford is the reverend of the Saint Monica's Church in Rivet City in the year 2277.

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Background

Father Clifford is the 60-year old[1] head of Saint Monica's Church in Rivet City. His acolyte is Diego. He is the spiritual guide for the inhabitants of Rivet City

Relationships

Father Clifford has an acolyte, Diego, who he has taken care of since Diego was abandoned by his father. The bond they have is like father and son.

Daily schedule

Father Clifford is normally seen in and around Saint Monica's Church but is known to roam around the inside of Rivet City talking to other residents.

Every Sunday Father Clifford holds a mass, for which most of Rivet City's named NPCs show up.

Interactions with the player character

If the player talks to Father Clifford he gives the player a brief history of his church and role.

If the player want to gain karma, the player can talk to Father Clifford and make a donation to the church.

For the unmarked quest, A Nice Day for a Right Wedding the player can tell Father Clifford about Angela and Diego.

Sometimes you can see Father Clifford in the Muddy Rudder, if seen he will tell you that "this place is not safe for your soul!" He will also try to convince Trinnie that she can still redeem her soul by going to church, to no avail.

Inventory

Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Dirty Pre-War Relaxedwear - Father Clifford's Key
Saint Monica's Key
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Notes

  • There is a Whiskey bottle in his podium in the church.
  • He used to counsel Mister Lopez, trying to get him to stop attempting to end his life, but as it seems, He did not help much, besides decreasing the amount of time Mister Lopez spends on the flight deck.
  • During the Point Lookout add-on, the Lone Wanderer finds out that Marcella, a Christian missionary, made contact with Father Clifford.

Appearances

Father Clifford only appears in Fallout 3.

Bugs

  • The Sunday sermon is often glitched: either Father Clifford is not present at all, but NPCs shush each other because he is speaking, or he will be present, but not speaking. It is advisable to go to church before starting the Marriage minor quest, as the Sunday sermon seems to get stuck because of a bug in that quest.
  • He has also been noticed speaking his sermon in the upper deck hallways on days other than Sunday.

Gallery

References

  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide
Rivet City

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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
(Redirected to Clifford Widmore article)

From Lostpedia

Clifford "Cliff" Widmore is a metafictional character who appears in Bad Twin, a novel written by Flight 815 passenger Gary Troup.

Cliff is the son of Arthur Widmore and twin brother to Alexander. He was born 23 minutes after his brother on August 16th (16/8). He is described as having dark blue eyes, being right handed, and being about 35 years old. He married Shannon Widmore, but not long later she committed suicide. On the same day as her funeral, Alexander disappeared.

Four months later, Cliff hired investigator Paul Artisan to find his brother at whatever cost. He also hired Pru Cunningham to tail his stepmother, Vivian Widmore, after he suspected that she was cheating on his father.

In the book, Cliff is acting CEO of the Widmore Corporation. While Arthur is still in the role officially, he leaves day-to-day operations to his son.

Minor facts


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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the used car employee. For the "outed" friend of Spike Witwicky, see Clifford Dietz.
Clifford is a human character in the Generation One continuity family.
Have you seen me?


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Clifford was the dim-witted assistant of "Big Steve" Ludwig, charged with such unethical tasks as rolling back the odometers of cars on Ludwig's lot.

Fiction

Marvel Comics continuity

Big Steve sent Clifford to buy several cases of soda to be poured into the Throttlebots' gas tanks. In his typically "slow" fashion, Clifford initially assumed that Big Steve was just going to drink all that soda himself. Have we mentioned yet that Clifford just wasn't very bright? Used Autobots


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