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  1. Yes Man (2008) - IMDb

    Dec 19, 2008 · Directed by Peyton Reed. With Jim Carrey, Zooey Deschanel, Bradley Cooper, John Michael Higgins. A man challenges himself to say "yes" to everything.

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    • Peyton Reed
    • PG-13
    • 3 min
  2. Yes Man (film) - Wikipedia

    Yes Man is a 2008 comedy film directed by Peyton Reed, written by Nicholas Stoller, Jarrad Paul, and Andrew Mogel and starring Jim Carrey and co-starring Zooey Deschanel. The film is based loosely on the 2005 memoir of the same name by humorist Danny Wallace, who also makes a cameo appearance in the film.

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  3. Yes-man | Definition of Yes-man by Merriam-Webster

    Yes-man definition is - a person who agrees with everything that is said; especially : one who endorses or supports without criticism every opinion or proposal of an associate or superior.

  4. Yes Man (2008) - Rotten Tomatoes

    Movie Info Carl Allen (Jim Carrey) is stuck in a rut with his negative ways. Then he goes to a self-help seminar and learns to unleash the power of yes. Living in the affirmative leads him to all...

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    • comedy
    • PG-13
  5. Define yes-man. yes-man synonyms, yes-man pronunciation, yes-man translation, English dictionary definition of yes-man. n., pl. -men. a person who always agrees with superiors, regardless of personal convictions; sycophant.

  6. Urban Dictionary: yes-man

    A yes man is a person who agrees to every opportunity they come across, no matter how crazy it may seem and they do not weigh the consequences. Yes man (no spoilers) is also a movie that was produced in 2008 starring Jim Carrey. In this movie he makes a conevant with himself to agree to any opportunity that he may come across.

  7. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said he wasn't Trump's yes-man ...

    Secretary of Defense Mark Esper told a reporter that he was not President Donald Trump's yes-man in the Pentagon just a few days before he was abruptly fired. Though some critics have nicknamed the...

  8. Yes Man (2008) - Plot Summary - IMDb

    As he confronts Carl, every time Carl says no, the crowd starts chanting, "No-man! No-man!" and every time he says "yes", the crowd screams, "yes!" After bantering with Carl for a while, Terrance makes a 'covenant' with Carl to say YES at every opportunity and Carl hesitantly agrees.

  9. Yes Man - The Fallout Wiki
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    Yes Man was originally a generic securitron robot programmed to work for Mr. House like all the other securitrons found on the Strip. He was recovered by Benny and several of the Chairmen after being damaged by a pulse grenade. Following this incident, Followers of the Apocalypse member Emily Ortalexamined the securitron in order to learn Mr. House's secrets in exchange for reprogramming him for Benny's personal use. The reprogramming was extensive, and resulted in Yes Man being designed to do exactly as he is told; thus, Yes Man is not just the program's name, it's also its job description. Yes Man is completely incapable of declining any order or withholding any information he is asked for, no matter who he is interacting with. Benny's plan was to dispose of Mr. House and install Yes Man's A.I. onto the Lucky 38 mainframe, putting Yes Man (and by extension, Benny) in control of all the securitrons on the Strip. The next step was to take the platinum chip to The Fort, take control...

    Yes Man is initially located in Benny's suite in The Tops casino. To gain access to Yes Man, the Courier must either kill Benny in the casino, sleep with him (requires the Black Widow perk), present Swankwith evidence of Benny's treachery, or confront him and force him to flee to The Fort. To find Yes Man, enter The Topscasino and proceed straight ahead past the casino floor to the elevator bank (near the sign that says "Elevators out of Order"). Take the second elevator on the right to the 13th floor. Exit the elevator, turn right, and enter the third set of doors on the left side of the corridor (double doors with potted trees flanking them). Go into the room and through the hole in the wall in the back of the room. After the player character finishes Ring-a-Ding-Ding!, Yes Man will have moved to the front of The Tops casino in order to begin communication and further mission progress with the Courier.

    Yes Man is a hacked securitron that was, without Mr. Houses' knowledge, extensively re-programmed by the ambitious leader of the Chairmen Benny, with the help of Emily Ortal, a member of the Followers of the Apocalypse. Programmed to serve anyone who requests it, and follows orders without question, Yes Man was intended to supplant Mr. House and take full control of the Lucky 38, and, by extension, the Strip. As a central part of Benny's master plan to usurp control of New Vegas and expel both the New California Republic and Caesar's Legion, Yes Man's main objective was to use his connection to Mr. Houses' internal databases and secretly feed information to Benny that would help him keep up to date with Mr. Houses' plans. After navigating these databases, Yes Man discovered various mathematical calculations regarding the Strip's defensive capabilities and plans to arrange a Courier to deliver a platinum chip. After feeding this information to Benny, Yes Man helped to notify him of a...


    1. Wild Card: Ace in the Hole: The Courier meets Yes Man for the first time. As there is no restriction on who Yes Man can help, the Courier can interrogate him to find all the details of Benny's plan, and even continue it themselves. 2. Wild Card: Change in Management: The Courier must obtain the platinum chip, assassinate Mr. House, and install Yes Man's A.I. in the Lucky 38 mainframe. 3. Wild Card: You and What Army?: The Courier must travel east of the Colorado River to the Fort and activ...

    Effects of the player's actions

    After the assault on Hoover Dam, Yes Man informs the Courier that he has found pieces of code within Mr. House's mainframe that will "change his personality," and that he will seem to be offline for a little while until his personality change is complete. This personality change makes him more assertive, meaning that he will take orders only from the Courier in the future.


    Narrated by Ron Perlman

    Although Yes Man may appear completely joyous, there is evidence to suggest that he has other emotions. It is clear that Yes Man hates the Great Khans, though he is only able to convey this on a pa...
    Yes Man becomes hostile briefly when attacked. Like Victor's, Yes Man's personality is distributed across all securitrons. As a result, he cannot be killed permanently and will respawn upon leaving...
    Yes Man will comment if he is attacked, his body is destroyed, or if he witnesses the Courier killing anyone.
    If the player character is female and seduces and kills Benny with the Black Widowperk, Yes Man will remain in the back room of Benny's suite instead of moving in front of the Tops' casino entrance.
    "You did a super job wrapping things up! And I'm not just saying that because I have to!"Play sound NVYesManYoudidasuperjobwrappingt…
    "That's it! Make me take my medicine!!"Play sound NVYesManMakemetakemymedicine.ogg
    "Did I just say "exploiting"? That's not a very nice word!"Play sound FNV YesMan NotAVeryNiceWord.ogg
    "Hahaha! I know that's not true, because you still have a head!"Play sound Iknowthat'snottrue.ogg
    A "yes man" is someone who agrees to everything suggested by their superior, no matter what the task.
    Yes Man's face is very similar to Apple's original Macintosh computer icon, The Happy Mac.
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