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10th Feb '17 10:09:24 PM FracturedArtifact
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* ''Series/DeathInParadise'' hides clues to other murders in unrelated episodes.
4th Feb '17 8:36:27 PM trulymadmoves
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* Early in the first season of ''Series/EverybodyLovesRaymond'', in Amy's first appearance, she mentions that sometimes when she's depressed she'll eat a log of raw cookie dough like a banana. Nine years later, in the fourth-to-last episode of the series, Raymond walks in on her doing exactly that.
20th Jan '17 7:28:38 AM BKelly95
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* ''Series/DearJohn'' (American series) had an episode where Ralph was having a tough time. John and Kate try to cheer him up by getting him to remember something from his life that was happier. He remembers a small camper he used to have, then he feels bad again when he remembers that it was rolled into a canyon by a group of drunks. He manages to cheer up by the end of the episode and Kirk has a talk with John and Kate. During the talk, Kirk reveals he was one of the drunks who wrecked Ralph's camper.
11th Jan '17 10:29:00 PM BackgroundGuy
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** During a game of "Two Line Vocabulary"[[note]]a game for 3 actors where one can say whatever they want and the other two can only respond with 2 pre-determined lines each[[/note]] one of Ryan's lines is "I'm sorry, I wasn't listening." Later, during a game of "Foreign Film Dub"[[note]]a game for 4, where two actors speak a foreign language of the audience's choice, and the other two translate[[/note]]
Drew says something in mock Swedish and Ryan translates it as the above line. Drew and Wayne are both on the verge of breaking down.

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** During a game of "Two Line Vocabulary"[[note]]a game for 3 actors where one can say whatever they want and the other two can only respond with 2 pre-determined lines each[[/note]] one of Ryan's lines is "I'm sorry, I wasn't listening." Later, during a game of "Foreign Film Dub"[[note]]a game for 4, where two actors speak a foreign language of the audience's choice, and the other two translate[[/note]]
translate[[/note]] Drew says something in mock Swedish and Ryan translates it as the above line. Drew and Wayne are both on the verge of breaking down.
11th Jan '17 10:27:45 PM BackgroundGuy
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** During a game of "Two Line Vocabulary"[[note]]a game for 3 actors where one can say whatever they want and the other two can only respond with 2 pre-determined lines each[[/note]] one of Ryan's lines is "I'm sorry, I wasn't listening." Later, during a game of "Foreign Film Dub"[[note]]a game for 4, where two actors speak a foreign language of the audience's choice, and the other two translate[[/note]] Drew says something in mock Swedish and Ryan translates it as the above line. Drew and Wayne are both on the verge of breaking down.

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** During a game of "Two Line Vocabulary"[[note]]a game for 3 actors where one can say whatever they want and the other two can only respond with 2 pre-determined lines each[[/note]] one of Ryan's lines is "I'm sorry, I wasn't listening." Later, during a game of "Foreign Film Dub"[[note]]a game for 4, where two actors speak a foreign language of the audience's choice, and the other two translate[[/note]] translate[[/note]]
Drew says something in mock Swedish and Ryan translates it as the above line. Drew and Wayne are both on the verge of breaking down.down.
** In fact, the show has a ''lot'' of brick jokes, many of which have way more than two parts. A running theme is to make fun of something that happened earlier in the show; at one point, Drew [[CriticalResearchFailure mistakenly identified Africa as a country]] and never heard the end of it for the rest of that episode, and another time Ryan committed a similar blunder demonstrating his ignorance of Music/KidRock by saying Kid Rock was a ''group'' of people - which Ryan himself riffed on later in the same episode.
29th Dec '16 7:59:41 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** In "The Kingsroad", Tyrion mentions he wants to visit the Wall so he can "piss off the edge of the world." He goes through with it, to Jon Snow's amusement, near the end of "Lord Snow."
** Also, the possibility of a Dothraki invasion:
--> '''Daenerys:''' If my brother was given an army of Dothraki, could he conquer The Seven Kingdoms?
--> '''Mormont:''' [...] King Robert is fool enough to meet them in open battle. But the men advising him are different.
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--> '''King Robert:''' Only a fool would meet the Dothraki in the open field.
** Tyrion promises his jailer Mord all the gold in his purse to tell Lysa he wishes to confess, and delivers on the promise once he reclaims said purse and his freedom.
** Daenerys reprimands two members of her ''khalasar'' for discussing how best to steal a giant golden peacock from their host in Qarth, but in "Valar Morghulis" two men can be seen behind Dany as she departs Xaro's house... carrying a giant golden peacock.
** In Season 2, Tyrion complains about all the JerkassGods and asks, "Where's the god of tits and wine?" In Season 3, while even more drunk than usual Tyrion proclaims himself this particular god to annoy his father.
** Hot Pie's direwolf bread improves exponentially between "Breaker of Chains" and "Mockingbird".
6th Dec '16 7:56:50 AM BKelly95
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* ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': One episode has Sheldon tell the rest of the guys [[{{Fiction500}} how wealthy Raj is]] and they complain about how cheap he is, like having Howard buy him a churro. When they go out to eat at the end of the episode, they run out and leave Raj stuck with the check.

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* ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'':
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One episode has Sheldon tell the rest of the guys [[{{Fiction500}} how wealthy Raj is]] and they complain about how cheap he is, like having Howard buy him a churro. When they go out to eat at the end of the episode, they run out and leave Raj stuck with the check.check.
** One ChristmasEpisode has Leonard organize a Christmas-themed game of ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' where they have to rescue Santa. Raj gets killed early on by a cannon after [[LeeroyJenkins rushing into action impulsively]] and when the others find Santa, [[spoiler:Sheldon kills him for not delivering his father to him when he was a boy. Afterwards, Sheldon dreams that Santa takes revenge on him...with a cannon.]]


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** In the pilot, Gob offers to put on a magic show for George Sr's retirement party. Michael replies "That's great. Oh, wait. Dad's retiring, he's not turning six." After Gob is expelled from the Magician's Alliance, he's blackballed from even smaller venues as a result. Cut to him getting rejected from performing at a child's birthday party.
30th Nov '16 5:19:47 PM BKelly95
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* ''Series/{{Boomtown}}'' had an episode where robbers took hostages at a sporting goods store and Ray volunteers to infiltrate the place. He's rather excited because the store's owner used to be the star of a television show he liked. This is established in a flashback where his wife asks him to fix the toilet, but he wants to finish watching the show first. During the infiltration, he dreams he gets killed and his fellow officers attend his wake. He realizes he's dreaming when his wife tells them the worst part of his death: "He never fixed the damn toilet!"
30th Nov '16 3:18:21 PM LtFedora
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'''Desmond:''' ''[chuckles]'' "Smells like carrots."
** At one point, Ben is trying to explain the properties of the Island to Locke, and talks about a magic box that has anything you want in it. When Locke tries to figure out where this box might be, Ben rolls his eyes and says "The box is a metaphor, John." A good three seasons later, Ben takes Locke to a small closet-sized room with unusual properties, which could reasonably be called a magic box. Locke asks "Is that the box?" Ben looks confused for a second before confirming that it isn't.

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'''Desmond:''' ''[chuckles]'' "Smells like carrots."
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'''Locke:''' Hello, Desmond.\\
'''Desmond:''' "Hello" yourself, box man.
** At one point, Ben is trying to explain the properties of the Island to Locke, and talks about a magic box that has anything you want in it. When Locke tries to figure out where this box might be, Ben rolls his eyes and says "The box is a metaphor, John." A good three seasons full season later, Ben takes Locke to a small closet-sized room with unusual properties, which could reasonably be called a magic box. Locke asks "Is that the box?" Ben looks confused for a second before confirming that it isn't.
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