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Schlock is an English word of Yiddish origin meaning "something cheap, shoddy, or inferior (perhaps from German Schlag, Yiddish shlak, meaning 'a stroke'; also possibly from German "Schlag"/"Schlagsahne", whipped cream)"
In the field of science, "schlock" refers to shoddy methods or unreliable results.
In art, "schlock" is sometimes used as a synonym for kitsch.
It may also refer to:
- Schlock, a 1973 film by John Landis
- Shlock Rock, a Jewish rock band formed in 1985
- Dr. Irving Schlock, a character in the 1997 webcomic Sluggy Freelance
- Schlock Mercenary, a webcomic by Howard Tayler created in 2000
- Sergeant Schlock, the titular character of Schlock Mercenary
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