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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.
26th Nov '16 12:40:15 PM JAB
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* In the episode "Familyland" after being trapped in the titular park, Stan, Hayley, Steve and Roger all independently assume complete control over one fourth of the park and the population.
25th Oct '16 1:56:51 PM DVB
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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 twice his size and age? Instead, he did the LOGICAL thing, and hired someone who could actually take Stan 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.

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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 twice his size and age? age, especially one that is his ''dad''? Instead, he did the LOGICAL thing, and hired someone who could actually take Stan down. down.
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Furthermore, he hired Stan's own childhood bully, which adds bully. This leads to a dose of irony because BrokenAeseop since for all of Stan's intent with talk about standing up to the bully (the entire point of him bullying Steve (toughing him up and confronting the problem), Stan himself Steve,) he was unable to stand up to Stelios as an adult in the same way he was unable to as a kid.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.



** 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]] when Steve faces his own bully, and tries the same gambit in reverse only for it to backfire spectacularly.

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** 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 same gambit failing in reverse only for it to backfire spectacularly.the first place.)
11th Oct '16 11:53:07 PM Mechanos144
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* After being repeatedly robbed and beaten (and supposedly raped) outside his own bedroom door by Roger in disguise over yet another DisproportionateRetribution scheme (which [[TooDumbToLive Jeff never finds out]]), Jeff confronts the "mugger," first with a speech about how scum like him are responsible for making the streets (read: bedroom hallway) unsafe, then shooting him.

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* After being repeatedly robbed and beaten (and supposedly almost raped) outside his own bedroom door by Roger in disguise over yet another DisproportionateRetribution scheme (which [[TooDumbToLive Jeff never finds out]]), Jeff confronts the "mugger," first with a speech about how scum like him are responsible for making the streets (read: bedroom hallway) unsafe, then shooting him.
24th Aug '16 9:06:42 AM creader
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* In "The Worst Stan" Tracey (Principal Lewis's prison husband) manages to survive Stan's attempts to murder him. This includes getting shot multiple times, being thrown off a cliff, being eaten by an alligator, having that said alligator shot and made into clothing. MadeOfIron indeed.
29th Jul '16 9:14:56 AM Stitchking
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** "He's gaining so much speed!!!"

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** "He's gaining picking up so much speed!!!"
17th Jul '16 2:24:22 AM Psi001
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* Kicking his bullying friend Henry in the balls at the end of "A.T The Abusive Terrestrial".



* In ''Sense and Sensei-bility'', Klaus is relegated to being an "outdoor fish" which eventually exposes him to a large number of aggressive cats and birds. Klaus eventually lures Stan, Francine and Hayley outside and locks them out. They get back at Klaus by delivering all of the cats and birds to Klaus in a box, which Klaus opens in the house. However, Klaus kills all of the animals in 10 seconds.

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* In ''Sense and Sensei-bility'', Klaus is relegated to being an "outdoor fish" which eventually exposes him to a large number of aggressive cats and birds. Klaus eventually lures Stan, Francine and Hayley outside and locks them out. They get back at Klaus by delivering all of the cats and birds to Klaus in a box, which Klaus opens in the house. However, Klaus kills all of the animals in 10 seconds.
seconds. The family [[OhCrap overhear his]] BadassBoast.
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