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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.
6th Jul '16 9:55:16 AM ParkedCarAnne
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* Jeff's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Stan in "The Devil Wears a Lapel Pin"

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* Jeff's TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to Jeff calling out Stan on ruining Hayley's self-esteem for most of her life in "The Devil Wears a Lapel Pin"
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* Jeff successfully building and playing an instrument he saw when he was high on hallucinogenic tea on "Standard Deviation".



** During "Surro-Gate," she makes a valid point against Stan's ranting about Francine being the surrogate for Greg and Terry's baby. Hayley points out that Stan stressing Francine could damage the baby, and that unless he wants to be responsible for damaging an unborn life he needs to back off. It's one of the few times Hayley makes a logical observation when challenging Stan's viewpoint.

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** During "Surro-Gate," she makes a valid point against Stan's ranting about Francine being the surrogate for Greg and Terry's baby. Hayley points out that Stan stressing Francine could damage the baby, and that unless he wants to be responsible for damaging an unborn life life, he needs to back off. It's one of the few times Hayley makes a logical observation when challenging Stan's viewpoint.



* Toshi single-handedly takes out half a dozen serial killers to save Stan, Francine, and Roger.
** And in "Of Ice and Men", telling Sletvana, [[ItMakesSenseInContext the mail-order Russian bride the boys got by accident]], his true feelings for her in a beautiful monologue, ''all in perfect and fluent Russian.''

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* Toshi single-handedly takes out half a dozen serial killers to save Stan, Francine, and Roger.
Roger in "The Best Little Horror House in Langley Falls".
** And in "Of Ice and Men", telling Sletvana, [[ItMakesSenseInContext the mail-order Russian bride the boys got by accident]], his true feelings for her in a beautiful monologue, ''all monologue in perfect and fluent Russian.''



** 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. 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 Stans 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.



* [[JesusWasWayCool Jesus]] gets one when he [[KungFuJesus flips onto the Anti Christ's shoulders]] and [[NeckSnap snaps his neck]] with his thighs.
* Principal Lewis flip-flops from FatBastard, FatIdiot, and ApatheticTeacher, or can usually be a mix of the three, but he earned some points when he broke a pot of coffee across Steve's face when Steve had punched a twelve year old girl with no provocation.

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* [[JesusWasWayCool Jesus]] gets one when he [[KungFuJesus flips onto the Anti Christ's shoulders]] and [[NeckSnap snaps his neck]] with his thighs.
thighs in "Rapture's Delight".
* Principal Lewis often flip-flops from FatBastard, FatIdiot, and ApatheticTeacher, or can usually be a mix of the three, three (especially in the final episodes on FOX going into the TBS episodes), but he earned some points in "Licensed to Till" when he broke a pot of coffee across Steve's face when after Steve had punched tries to bully a twelve year old girl with no provocation.12-year-old genius exchange student from India.



* Director Bullock calling Stan out for his actions when Stan is ordered to have Bullock mindwiped because he is showing signs of dementia and he is now a risk to national security, with Stan refusing and going on the run with Bullock due to their mentor/student relationship. [[spoiler: It was actually a brain scrambling chip Bullock's rival put on his neck as part of an extended rivalry between the two]]. Bullock points out that Stan refusing to terminate him, heartwarming though it was, was incredibly stupid and borderline treasonous, especially since Bullock's erratic behavior caused multiple serious security breaches, among others he stole a nuclear submarine.

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* Director Bullock calling Stan out for his actions when Stan is ordered to have Bullock mindwiped because he is showing signs of dementia and he is now a risk to national security, with Stan refusing and going on the run with Bullock due to their mentor/student relationship. [[spoiler: It was actually a brain scrambling chip Bullock's rival put on his neck as part of an extended rivalry between the two]]. Bullock points out that Stan refusing to terminate him, heartwarming though it was, was incredibly stupid and borderline treasonous, especially since Bullock's erratic behavior caused multiple serious security breaches, among breaches (among others he stole a nuclear submarine.submarine).
29th Jun '16 2:16:21 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\\
17th Jun '16 1:47:15 PM SarcasmKid
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* When Hayley goes back to working in Roger's bar, she starts learning from Bullock a lot of confidential information about what the C.I.A.. Bullock's not concerned because he views Hayley as a drinking buddy, and by that point she's become too much of an alcoholic to be a problem. After finding out Hayley's in A.A., Bullock sends a squad to kill her to make sure she doesn't leak any secrets. Stan tries to save Hayley, but Hayley does a good job of saving herself when she reveals [[spoiler: she wrote down everything Bullock told her and left strict instructions to have it all publicized if anything happens to her.]]

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* When Hayley goes back to working in Roger's bar, she starts learning from Bullock a lot of confidential information about what the C.I.A..A. does including a nuclear war in Chicago. Bullock's not concerned because he views Hayley as a drinking buddy, and by that point she's become too much of an alcoholic to be a problem. After finding out Hayley's in A.A., Bullock sends a squad to kill her to make sure she doesn't leak any secrets. Stan tries to save Hayley, but Hayley does a good job of saving herself when she reveals [[spoiler: she wrote down everything Bullock told her and left strict instructions to have it all publicized if anything happens to her.]]
31st May '16 8:37:42 PM SarcasmKid
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* When Hayley goes back to working in Roger's bar, she starts learning from Bullock a lot of confidential information about what the C.I.A.. Bullock's not concerned because he views Hayley as a drinking buddy, and by that point she's become too much of an alcoholic to be a problem. After finding out Hayley's in A.A., Bullock sends a squad to kill her to make sure she doesn't leak any secrets. Stan tries to save Hayley, but Hayley does a good job of saving herself when she reveals [[spoiler: she wrote down everything Bullock told her and left strict instructions to have it all publicized if anything happens to her.]]
* In "News Glance With Genevieve Vavance," Hayley finally steps up and, along with Steve, reveals Roger knew Steve's kidnapping was faked but went along with it to get ratings and then framed Stan and Francine for Steve's death followed by pinning the blame on Hayley for the whole thing. They manage to completely destroy Roger's credibility as "Genevieve Vavance" and get him chased by an angry mob.
* In "The Devil Wears A Lapel Pin," Hayley was set to completely ruin Stan's work on the C.I.A. calendar as revenge for his constant criticisms. Even though she decided not to go through with it the calendar gets destroyed by accident. Hayley, along with Jeff, managed to completely restore the calendar from scratch.
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"
Story."
* 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"
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