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23rd Oct '17 2:01:05 AM SorPepita
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* When a group of drunken asshole fratboys screws Roger out of his pay for a limo ride, Roger hunts down and murders every single one of them, including one who was on a plane. This may seem like a case of DisproportionateRetribution, but for anyone who has EVER worked in a service job and had to deal with smug assholes like this, its easily a moment of Awesome.

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* When a group of drunken asshole fratboys screws Roger out of his pay for a limo ride, Roger hunts down and murders every single one of them, including one who was on a plane. This may seem like a case of DisproportionateRetribution, but for anyone who has EVER worked in a service job and had to deal with smug assholes like this, its it's easily a moment of Awesome.
17th Sep '17 10:55:18 AM kquinn0830
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** The way the kids make him realize he's wrong is absolutely awesome.
-->'''Stan:''' You seemed like a great family, but you can't be. There's two mothers and no father. Jason, who's gonna teach you to play football?\\
'''Jason:''' My football coach?\\
'''Stan:''' Well, okay, that could work. Mary, who's gonna carry you on their shoulders so you can see the parade?\\
'''Mary:''' My mom. She's 6 feet in heels.\\
'''Stan:''' (after the two kids start bickering) [[FreudianSlip Steve, Hayley, knock it off]]! I mean- Wait, you fight just like my kids. Just like normal kids...\\
'''Jason:''' WE ARE NORMAL KIDS YOU MORON!
28th Aug '17 9:04:10 AM SarcasmKid
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* In "Killer Vacation", Francine is unhappy that Bullock has ordered Stan to kill the seemingly nice recreation director at their vacation resort because the guy is a bloodthirsty war criminal. However, Francine later decides that if this wrecking their vacation, she actually tries to help Stan take the guy out.

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* In "Killer Vacation", Francine is unhappy that Bullock has ordered Stan to kill the seemingly nice recreation director at their vacation resort because the guy is a bloodthirsty war criminal. However, Francine later decides that if this is wrecking their vacation, she actually tries to help Stan take the guy out.
* In "Stan's Food Restaurant," after learning Roger took over ownership of Stan's dream restaurant and completely disregarded Stan's ideas as garbage, Francine gets so pissed off on Stan's behalf she gets a loan from her parents and helps Stan build his own restaurant located next door to Roger's. Not only do they get Roger's chef to quit to work for them, the place is a rousing success while Roger's flops.
* Stan and Francine are left behind in "Rapture's Delight," and when they seemingly meet Jesus himself, Stan tries to throw Francine under the bus claiming the sex they had in the church earlier in the day was all her fault and he doesn't deserve to get dragged down with her. Granted, Stan is right about how Francine was the one who suggested they do it, yet Francine is beyond disgusted that Stan has the nerve to act like he's got the moral high ground when they've both done some pretty terrible things in their lives. So Francine gets some pretty epic payback when it turns out the Jesus Stan met was a fake, and not only has she found the real Jesus, ''she's dating him''.
-->'''Francine''': Can you believe it, Stan? Jesus thinks ''I'm'' good enough for ''Him''. Goodbye, Stan. Have a nice Armageddon.




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* After Stan repeatedly drugs her to stop Hayley from asking then-president George W. Bush questions about the Iraq War, he has her put in "The Pit of No Return." A couple of scenes later, a bloody and bruised Hayley bursts out of the basement with a chain around her ankle and a pickax in her hands.
-->'''Stan''': How did you get past the-?!
-->'''Hayley''': They're all dead, dad.
-->'''Stan''': Even the younglings?!
-->'''Hayley''': I made you a wallet out of their hides.
** Keep in mind this all most likely happened within the space of ''an hour''.
7th Aug '17 4:52:19 PM SorPepita
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* The fact that the latest season appears to have rapid continuity this season (even references past episodes) is impressive.

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* The fact that the latest season appears to have rapid continuity this season (even (it even references past episodes) is impressive.
7th Aug '17 4:51:50 PM SorPepita
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* In the episode when [[spoiler:Stan kidnaps Greg and Terry's infant daughter because he thinks 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 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]].

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* In the episode when [[spoiler:Stan kidnaps Greg and Terry's infant daughter because he thinks same-sex couples don't make good parents. After kidnapping the children of a lesbian couple who tried to change and make him see the error of his ways, the kids make him realize he's 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]].



* The fact that the latest season appears to have rapid continuity this season (Even references past episodes) is impressive.

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* The fact that the latest season appears to have rapid continuity this season (Even (even references past episodes) is impressive.
7th Aug '17 4:49:27 PM SorPepita
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* In ''Raptures Delight'', Stan makes [[ItMakesSenseInContext some statues from an upside-down "birth of Jesus" display]] fall and crush two mooks\\

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* In ''Raptures Delight'', Stan makes [[ItMakesSenseInContext some statues from an upside-down "birth of Jesus" display]] fall and crush two mooks\\mooks.\\



* Even though it was a hallucination Stan flying in air an turning back time A la Superman the movie was awesoem to behold

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* Even though it was a hallucination Stan flying in air an and turning back time A a la Superman the movie was awesoem awesome to behold
behold.
7th Aug '17 4:48:24 PM SorPepita
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* Stan -- who is a ''fountain'' of these, despite the fact that he borders on being a VillainProtagonist in some episodes -- spends the early parts of an episode digging through the foundations of the house searching for Oliver North's hidden gold cache while everyone is calling him insane. Stan's moment comes when Francine is doing an interview with reporters/neighbors Greg and Terry in the kitchen; while she's saying how insane Stan is and the Greg and Terry are calling Stan an idiot, Stan walks in carrying a chest. Stan drops it on the table, opens it up to reveal [[spoiler:Ollie North's gold]] -- which instantly shuts everyone up -- then puts the cherry on top by ''flipping off everyone as he walks out of the room''.

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* Stan -- who is a ''fountain'' of these, despite the fact that he borders on being a VillainProtagonist in some episodes -- spends the early parts of an episode digging through the foundations of the house searching for Oliver North's hidden gold cache while everyone is calling him insane. Stan's moment comes when Francine is doing an interview with reporters/neighbors Greg and Terry in the kitchen; while she's saying how insane Stan is and the Greg and Terry are calling Stan an idiot, Stan walks in carrying a chest. Stan drops it on the table, opens it up to reveal [[spoiler:Ollie North's gold]] -- which instantly shuts everyone up -- then puts the cherry on top by ''flipping off everyone as he walks out of the room''.
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.
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