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24th May '17 3:57:30 PM AznPinoy
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* On the episode 200, Greg after losing both legs [[spoiler:managed to get on the train and later on fought of Lewis.]]

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* On the episode 200, Greg after losing both legs [[spoiler:managed to get on the train and later on fought of off Lewis.]]
24th May '17 3:56:54 PM AznPinoy
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* On the episode 200, Greg after losing both legs [[spoiler:managed to get on the train and later on fought of Lewis.]]
25th Apr '17 6:18:26 AM TMNTFanGirl
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** Actually, Steve DID learn Stan's lesson, just not in the way he intended. Stan wanted Steve to not simply try to avoid obstacles, but what is Steve supposed to do against a bully who's easily three times his size and age, especially when that bully is his own ''dad''? Insetad, Steve does the logical thing by hiring someone who actually had a chance of taking Stan down.
against a bully twice his size and age, especially one that is his ''dad''? Instead, he did the LOGICAL thing, and hired someone who could actually take Stan down. And that someone was Stan's old high school bully, a Greek guy named Stelio Kontos.

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** Actually, Steve DID learn Stan's lesson, just not in the way he intended. Stan wanted Steve to not simply try to avoid obstacles, but what is Steve supposed to do against a bully who's easily three times his size and age, especially when that bully is his own ''dad''? Insetad, Instead, Steve does the logical thing by hiring someone who actually had a chance of taking Stan down.
against a bully twice his size and age, especially one that is his ''dad''? Instead, he did the LOGICAL thing, and hired someone who could actually take Stan down. And that someone was Stan's old high school bully, a Greek guy named Stelio Kontos.
down.
25th Apr '17 6:17:13 AM TMNTFanGirl
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* In "Bully for Steve", Steve finds Stan's childhood bully on Facebook and has him beat Stan to a bloody pulp. The whole episode revolved around Stan teaching Steve to stand up for himself ''and'' not have other people fight his battles for him by bullying his own son; while Steve ''did'' resort to having someone fight his battle for him (which means he completely missed the point of Stan's lesson), Stan ''did'' have it coming, and boy, was that beatdown fun to watch.
** Actually, Steve DID learn Stan's lesson, just not in the way he intended. Stan wanted Steve to not simply try to avoid obstacles, but what is Steve supposed to do against a bully twice his size and age, especially one that is his ''dad''? Instead, he did the LOGICAL thing, and hired someone who could actually take Stan down.
** Furthermore, he hired Stan's own childhood bully. This leads to a BrokenAeseop since for all of Stan's talk about standing up to the bully (the entire point of him bullying Steve,) he was unable to stand up to Stelios as an adult in the same way he was unable to as a kid. Despite being an accomplished CIA agent, he still gets [[CurbStopBattle the sauce beaten out of him]] and ultimately, causes Stan's point to collapse.
** "No! Not the ''slidakopita''!"
** "He's picking up so much speed!!!"
** Though Stelio Kontos himself never got the beating he deserved, and Stan was [[WellIntentionedExtremist trying to toughen up his son in response, albeit in the worst possible way to do it]]. [[TheExtremistWasRight Stan was proven right later on]] (at least when needing to stand up) when Steve faces his own bully, and tries a similar trick, albeit in reverse, though it backfires on him. Granted, this was because Roger was involved (which led to the gambit failing in the first place.)

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* In "Bully for Steve", Steve finds Stan's childhood bully on Facebook and has him beat Stan to a bloody pulp. The whole episode revolved around Stan teaching trying to get Steve to learn to stand up for himself ''and'' and not have other people others fight his battles for him by bullying his own son; while Steve ''did'' resort to having someone fight his battle for him (which means he completely missed the point of Stan's lesson), Stan ''did'' have it coming, and boy, was that beatdown fun to watch.
** Actually, Steve DID learn Stan's lesson, just not in the way he intended. Stan wanted Steve to not simply try to avoid obstacles, but what is Steve supposed to do against a bully who's easily three times his size and age, especially when that bully is his own ''dad''? Insetad, Steve does the logical thing by hiring someone who actually had a chance of taking Stan down.
against a bully twice his size and age, especially one that is his ''dad''? Instead, he did the LOGICAL thing, and hired someone who could actually take Stan down.
** Furthermore, he hired
down. And that someone was Stan's own childhood bully. old high school bully, a Greek guy named Stelio Kontos.
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This ultimately leads to a BrokenAeseop BrokenAesop, since for all of Stan's talk about standing for wanting Steve to stand up for himself and fight his own battles, Stan himself never learned to stand up to Stelio and fight back against him--according to what Stan told Steve earlier in the bully (the entire point of episode, Stan lucked out on having to deal with him bullying Steve,) he was because Stelio ended up moving away. And even as an adult, Stan (who's a top CIA-agent) is still unable to stand up to Stelios as an adult his old bully, and in the same way he was unable to as end, Stelio (who works in a kid. Despite being an accomplished CIA agent, he still gets [[CurbStopBattle copy store called "Klinko's") [[CurbStompBattle utterly wipes the sauce beaten out of him]] and ultimately, causes Stan's point to collapse.
** "No! Not the ''slidakopita''!"
** "He's picking up so much speed!!!"
floor with Stan.]]
** Though Stelio Kontos himself never got the beating he deserved, and while Stan was [[WellIntentionedExtremist just trying to toughen up his son in response, albeit response (albeit in the worst possible and most misguided way to do it]]. [[TheExtremistWasRight possible), Stan was ultimately proven right in that Steve needs to learn to stand up for himself and can't always have others fight his battles for him--in a later on]] episode, Steve ends up facing another bully, but this time, this bully is a student at his school and closer to his age. He tries the same trick that he did with his dad by hiring Stelio, but Stelio ends up beating him up, and then when he tries getting his new bully to beat up Stelio in revenge, Stelio and the bully end up teaming up to beat Steve up even worse--granted, this was (at least when needing to stand up) when Steve faces his own bully, and tries a similar trick, albeit in reverse, though it backfires on him. Granted, this was partly) because Roger was involved (which led to the gambit failing in the first place.)



* In the episode when [[spoiler:Stan kidnaps Greg and Terry's infant daughter because he thinks gays won't make good parents. After kidnapping the children of a lesbian couple who tried to change make him see the error of his ways, the kids make him realize he's in the wrong. When he stops and hands the kids back over to their rightful parents and apologizes, [[CampGay Terry]] punches him in the face and puts out a restraining order against him]].

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* In the episode when [[spoiler:Stan kidnaps Greg and Terry's infant daughter because he thinks gays won't same-sex couples don't make good parents. After kidnapping the children of a lesbian couple who tried to change make him see the error of his ways, the kids make him realize he's in the wrong.wrong about same-sex couples being unable to raise kids. When he stops and hands the kids back over to their rightful parents and apologizes, [[CampGay Terry]] punches him in the face and puts out a restraining order against him]].
11th Mar '17 3:45:39 PM EuroBurro
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* The fight between Francine and Toshi's mother in "Spelling Bee My Baby".

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* The fight between Francine and Toshi's mother in "Spelling Bee My Baby". Specifically when Toshi's mother boasted that she would easily win, being asian, only for Francine's chinese parents to walk in, turning her confidence to fear when she realises Francine was raised every bit as Asian she was.
8th Mar '17 5:49:31 PM SarcasmKid
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* When Steve first dated Debbie in "The American Dad After-School Special," Stan was horrified when he learned Debbie was chubby and tried to make Steve break up with her. Steve ''immediately'' shut Stan down and ran after Debbie.
-->'''Stan''' (trying to keep Steven from leaving the room): I forbid you to see that girl!
-->'''Steve''' (throwing Stan's arm off him): ''You can't keep us apart!''
** And then later, Steve briefly breaks up with Debbie when he feels her presence is what instigated Stan's eating disorder. In the days following their break-up, Steve is totally miserable but hopes that at least Stan is getting better. When he learns Stan wasn't even making an effort to overcome his anorexia, Steve has had it.
--->'''Steve''': I broke up with Debbie because I thought that would help you, and you weren't even trying?!
--->'''Stan''': Guys, I can explain! I was lying to you!
--->'''Steve''': Debbie was the best thing that ever happened to me, and you drove her away with your stupid obsession with how people look. I had a real connection with someone for the first time in my life, and all you cared about was her appearance! I didn't care if she was fat, or thin. She was sweet and beautiful, and kind of freaky in a good way. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny And I'm gonna check every buffet in town until I find her!]]
27th Dec '16 7:32:36 PM Cyberwulf
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* Even though it was a hallucination Stan flying in air an turning back time A la Superman the movie was awesoem to behold
21st Dec '16 2:50:15 PM CartmanCheesyPoofs
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* Francine [[LeParkour free-running]] like a [[BadAss boss]] in "Stanny Boy and Frantastic", and [[GeniusDitz it was her]] [[InstantExpert first time doing it]] (meanwhile, Stan -- who actually was able to free-run on the pilot episode -- ends up getting bruised and beaten).

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* Francine [[LeParkour free-running]] like a [[BadAss boss]] boss in "Stanny Boy and Frantastic", and [[GeniusDitz it was her]] [[InstantExpert first time doing it]] (meanwhile, Stan -- who actually was able to free-run on the pilot episode -- ends up getting bruised and beaten).
14th Dec '16 10:03:46 PM blastermax12
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* The fact that season 13 appears to have rapid continuity this season (Even references past episodes) is impressive.

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* The fact that the latest season 13 appears to have rapid continuity this season (Even references past episodes) is impressive.
14th Dec '16 10:00:34 PM blastermax12
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* The fact that season 13 appears to have rapid continuity this season (Even references past episodes) is impressive.
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