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1st Nov '17 9:21:21 PM ultimomant
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', during their first encounter in "[[Recap/SamuraiJackS1E11JackAndTheScotsman Jack and the Scotsman]]", the titular characters wind up like this thanks to bounty hunters after spending a good day or two clashing swords. By the time they get the chain off, they've become FireForgedFriends. And please don't ask why [[FridgeLogic neither of them thought of trying to cut it with one of those swords]].
** [[spoiler:A variation occurs in [[Recap/SamuraiJackS5E4XCV]], when Jack chains [[TykeBomb Ashi]] to his back (while she herself is wrapped up in the chain); In this case, it's not that Jack is completely stuck to her, but more that leaving Ashi untied would result in her either killing him or getting killed herself, which Jack [[HonorBeforeReason won't]] [[SaveTheVillain let happen]].]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', during ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'':
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their first encounter in "[[Recap/SamuraiJackS1E11JackAndTheScotsman Jack and the Scotsman]]", the titular characters wind up like this thanks to bounty hunters after spending a good day or two clashing swords. By the time they get the chain off, they've become FireForgedFriends. And please don't ask why [[FridgeLogic neither of them thought of trying to cut it with one of those swords]].
** [[spoiler:A variation occurs in [[Recap/SamuraiJackS5E4XCV]], [[Recap/SamuraiJackS5E4XCV XCV]], when Jack chains [[TykeBomb Ashi]] to his back (while she herself is wrapped up in the chain); In this case, it's not that Jack is completely stuck to her, but more that leaving Ashi untied would result in her either killing him or getting killed herself, which Jack [[HonorBeforeReason won't]] [[SaveTheVillain let happen]].]]
17th May '17 10:03:39 PM guy-named-paul
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** [[spoiler:A variation occurs in [[Recap/SamuraiJackS5E4XCV]], when Jack chains [[TykeBomb Ashi]] to his back (while she herself is wrapped up in the chain); In this case, it's not that Jack is completely stuck to her, but more that leaving Ashi untied would result in her either killing him or getting killed herself, which Jack [[HonorBeforeReason won't]] [[SavingTheVillain let happen]].]]

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** [[spoiler:A variation occurs in [[Recap/SamuraiJackS5E4XCV]], when Jack chains [[TykeBomb Ashi]] to his back (while she herself is wrapped up in the chain); In this case, it's not that Jack is completely stuck to her, but more that leaving Ashi untied would result in her either killing him or getting killed herself, which Jack [[HonorBeforeReason won't]] [[SavingTheVillain [[SaveTheVillain let happen]].]]
17th May '17 10:02:07 PM guy-named-paul
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** [[spoiler:A variation occurs in [[Recap/SamuraiJackS5E4XCV]], when Jack chains [[TykeBomb Ashi]] to his back (while she herself is wrapped up in the chain); In this case, it's not that Jack is completely stuck to her, but more that leaving Ashi untied would result in her either killing him or getting killed herself, which Jack [[HonorBeforeReason won't]] [[SavingTheVillain let happen]].]]
1st May '17 1:49:55 AM Theriocephalus
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* Spoofed in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "The Parent Rap", where Homer and Bart are tethered together as part of a new judge's ruling.
** In the episode "The Wandering Juvie," we see an entire line of unlikely pairs such as a nun chained to a hooker and Captain [=McAllister=] handcuffed to an octopus. They are all waiting for a blacksmith to break them apart.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
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Spoofed in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "The "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS13E2TheParentRap The Parent Rap", Rap]]", where Homer and Bart are tethered together as part of a new judge's ruling.
** In the episode "The "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E16TheWanderingJuvie The Wandering Juvie," Juvie]]", we see an entire line of unlikely pairs such as a nun chained to a hooker and Captain [=McAllister=] handcuffed to an octopus. They are all waiting for a blacksmith to break them apart.



* In ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', during their first encounter, Jack and the Scottsman wind up like this thanks to bounty hunters after spending a good day or two clashing swords. By the time they get the chain off, they've become FireForgedFriends. And please don't ask why [[FridgeLogic neither of them thought of trying to cut it with one of those swords.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', during their first encounter, encounter in "[[Recap/SamuraiJackS1E11JackAndTheScotsman Jack and the Scottsman Scotsman]]", the titular characters wind up like this thanks to bounty hunters after spending a good day or two clashing swords. By the time they get the chain off, they've become FireForgedFriends. And please don't ask why [[FridgeLogic neither of them thought of trying to cut it with one of those swords.]]swords]].
20th Mar '17 8:40:13 AM TheNicestGuy
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* In the episode "Past Tense" of ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', four characters are chained by the neck to the walls of a dungeon, but with only two double-ended chains. Since one of each pair is tall and muscle-bound, the other slight, physics provides the humor. Brock nearly strangles Dr. Venture when he lunges at Baron Ünderbheit.
-->'''Brock:''' You did this, didn't you?\\
'''Ünderbheit:''' As usual, your detective skills are impeccable, Samson. You've succeeded in exposing my sinister plan to lock myself in a dungeon chained to an albino.
22nd Jan '17 12:05:23 AM Luppercus
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* Happens to [[KidHero Cubby]] and the [[BigBad Duke of Drekmore]] in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' when they both get captured by a Badass BountyHunter. The colaboration didn't last much.
28th Jun '16 11:45:51 AM mhnospa
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* From an episode of ''WesternAnimation/DangerMouse'': Danger Mouse arrests Baron Greenback, then gets a call from Professor Sqwarkandcluck. "Have you seen my prototype indestructible handcuffs? They're made of Convenientium, a metal so rare there wasn't enough left over to make a key".
27th Mar '16 3:37:51 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''{{Doug}}'' has the title character handcuffing himself to his ObliviousToLove dream girl Patti Mayonnaise while trying to impress her with a magic trick.

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* An episode of ''{{Doug}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' has the title character handcuffing himself to his ObliviousToLove dream girl Patti Mayonnaise while trying to impress her with a magic trick.
19th Mar '16 1:25:36 AM Hossmeister
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14th Mar '16 5:41:05 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters'', Tracy invents "ghost cuffs", handcuffs that work on ghosts; Eddie think's that's cool, and tries them, before Tracy can tell him he hasn't made a key yet. This gets worse when Eddie is accidentally shackled to the MonsterOfTheWeek (who is actually a NonMaliciousMonster) forcing some TeethClenchedTeamwork between them. It gets [[FromBadToWorse worse yet]] when the guy decides to hide at the bottom of a lake. (He doesn't need to breathe, and forgets for a few minutes that humans have to.)
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