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7th Apr '16 7:51:44 PM SarcasmKid
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* Roger taking down a CIA helicopter in "Blagnarst: A Love Story"

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* Roger taking down a CIA helicopter in "Blagnarst: A Love Story"
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* In "The Two Hundred," we find out the Two Hundred are [[spoiler: ''every single persona Roger ever created turned into separate entities after Roger was caught in a hadron collider. What follows is a siege made up entirely of different versions of Roger, featuring the return of Jeannie Gold, Martin Sugar, Ruby Zeldastein, Roland Chang, Sidney Houffman, and Ricky Spanish to name a few. It's much more amazing than it sounds.]]
16th Mar '16 3:43:27 PM TheDogSage
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\n* In "Jack's Back", Hayley manages to get Roger to sign her internship attestation by outwitting him in a contest of "dueling characters". They go back and forth with different characters, including a bull fighter, his half-bull son from the future, an idiot savant amish man who disproves time travel, and so on until Hayley becomes Roger, claiming she won't sign the paper. Roger, in turn, becomes Hayley and "forges" his own signature on the paper. A proud Hayley takes the attestation and leaves a confused Roger wondering what the hell happened.
10th Mar '16 3:43:52 PM vexer
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* Jeff's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Stan in "The Devil Wears a Lapel Pin"
19th Sep '15 6:23:36 PM DVB
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** Actually, Steve DID learn Stans 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? Instead, he did the LOGICAL thing, and hired someone who could actually take Stan down.
** [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome ''Stelio! Stelio Kontos!'']]

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** Actually, Steve DID learn Stans 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? Instead, he did the LOGICAL thing, and hired someone who could actually take Stan down.
** [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome ''Stelio! Stelio Kontos!'']]
down. Furthermore, he hired Stan's own childhood bully, which adds a dose of irony because for all of Stan's intent with him bullying Steve (toughing him up and confronting the problem), Stan himself was unable to stand up to Stelios as an adult in the same way he was unable to as a kid.
19th Sep '15 6:04:13 PM DVB
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* In "Son of Stan", Stan clones Steve to prove his strict parenting methods are better than Francine's lenient methodology; Francine's Steve (the real Steve) becomes a disrespectful, lazy brat (while Stan's Steve becomes a crazed lunatic). When Steve mouths off to his parents ''even after they save him'', Francine decides she's had enough; she slaps Steve twice, then tells him to do what she says or...

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* In "Son of Stan", Stan clones Steve to prove his strict parenting methods are better than Francine's lenient methodology; Francine's Steve (the real Steve) becomes a disrespectful, lazy brat (while Stan's Steve aka Stevarino becomes a crazed sadistic and cruel lunatic). When Steve mouths off to his parents ''even after they save him'', him''(though in his defense, it was his parents' fault he was in this mess due to them making the bet and Stevarino attempting a KillAndReplace), Francine decides she's had enough; she slaps Steve twice, then tells him to do what she says or...
13th Aug '15 4:05:29 PM Psi001
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* Stan and Roger brawl to a stalemate for ''ten days'' in "The Wrestler".
9th Aug '15 6:47:01 AM Psi001
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* Almost any time Stan is actually ''right'' and delivers some helpful wisdom to the family. For example the pilot when he reaches Steve after locking himself in the school, then uses a photo of himself at his age to demonstrate he will turn out fine. For good measure he has the AlphaBitch who used and rejected him deported.

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* Almost any time rare moment Stan is actually ''right'' and [[SanityBall delivers some helpful wisdom to the family.family]]. For example the pilot when he reaches Steve after locking himself in the school, then uses a photo of himself at his age to demonstrate he will turn out fine. For good measure he has the AlphaBitch who used and rejected him deported.
9th Aug '15 6:46:15 AM Psi001
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* Almost any time Stan is actually ''right'' and delivers some helpful wisdom to the family. For example the pilot when he reaches Steve after locking himself in the school, then uses a photo of himself at his age to demonstrate he will turn out fine. For good measure he has the AlphaBitch who used and rejected him deported.
27th Jun '15 4:46:11 AM Psi001
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** Almost ''any'' time the family invoke Roger's KarmaHoudiniWarranty. Stan supplying a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown in both the above "Frannie 911" and "Merlot Down Dirty Shame" stand out in particular.
12th Jun '15 10:16:03 AM erforce
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* In one episode, Stan and Steve are trying to get a door for Stan's project of building a [=DeLorean=], and are competing with a ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' fanboy, who steals the knob from Stan's gearshift. Steve climbs out onto the hood, leaps into the other guy's [=DeLorean=], steals the knob back, and then jumps back to Stan's car, even flipping back down into the passenger's seat. All while a {{Suspiciously Similar|Song}} version of the ''Back to the Future'' theme song plays. Stan himself calls the stunt awesome, and the smug look on Steve's face afterwards shows that he knows it.

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* In one episode, Stan and Steve are trying to get a door for Stan's project of building a [=DeLorean=], and are competing with a ''Film/BackToTheFuture'' ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'' fanboy, who steals the knob from Stan's gearshift. Steve climbs out onto the hood, leaps into the other guy's [=DeLorean=], steals the knob back, and then jumps back to Stan's car, even flipping back down into the passenger's seat. All while a {{Suspiciously Similar|Song}} version of the ''Back to the Future'' theme song plays. Stan himself calls the stunt awesome, and the smug look on Steve's face afterwards shows that he knows it.
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