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28th Apr '17 9:46:17 AM NintenFan98
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* In ''Disney/WreckItRalph'', VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog speaks about how dying outside your own game will kill you permanently. [[spoiler:Ralph was about to sacrifice himself like this to save everyone, but was saved at the last minute...Turbo on the other hand.]]
27th Feb '17 4:23:57 PM ZootyCutie94
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Mixels}}'' episode "Every Knight has its Day" has Camillot learning how decisiveness is key when it comes to the difference between forming a [[FusionDance Mix]] or a [[BalefulPolymorph Murp]], and his decisiveness ends up saving the day when he is the first one to take action during a Mixeloptor rampage at the zoo during a field trip.
7th Jan '17 5:52:17 AM Storygirl000
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* Used twice in ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'':
** The first time was in the episode "[[ValentinesDayEpisodes Dark Cupid]]", which started with the heroes' English teacher telling the class about how kissing is used to break spells in fairy tales. Ladybug later applies this method when her partner is affected by the villain's HatePlague.
** The second time was in "Princess Fragrance", which has the science teacher give a lecture on the flammability of perfume. Later, Ladybug has to get rid of a huge cloud of the stuff-and she just happens to be near a boat loaded with fireworks...
5th Feb '16 7:54:55 PM MyFinalEdits
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* In ''Literature/TheMagicSchoolBus'', usually the dangerous situation is the lecture, or an extension of it, and the resolution always conveniently requires them to recap everything they've learned that day. Arguably justified as intentional on Ms. Frizzle's part as an aspect of her teaching style.

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* In ''Literature/TheMagicSchoolBus'', usually the dangerous situation is the lecture, or an extension of it, and the resolution always conveniently requires them to recap everything they've learned that day. Arguably justified as intentional on Ms. Frizzle's part as an aspect of her teaching style.
7th Dec '15 8:22:17 PM Angeldeb82
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** In a later episode, ExecutiveMeddling forced them to have a lecture about good nutrition and the five food groups. Ron falls into a vat of the Titan Formula and becomes a junk-food-eating-monster. Luckily Kim and her brothers know the cure for that! And to drive home the fact that they had to make this episode, Ron gives a AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle by warning kids [[SpoofAesop not to fall into vats of experimental super growth formula.]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'', usually the dangerous situation is the lecture, or an extension of it, and the resolution always conveniently requires them to recap everything they've learned that day. Arguably justified as intentional on Ms. Frizzle's part as an aspect of her teaching style.
* Normally subverted in ''MightyMax'' whenever Max comes up with a clever plan to save the day. It's usually not until ''after'' the villain is defeated that Max gives the Chekhov's Lecture, either to the other characters or directly to the audience in the {{Edutainment}} sections at the end of each episode.

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** In a later episode, ExecutiveMeddling forced them to have a lecture about good nutrition and the five food groups. Ron falls into a vat of the Titan Formula and becomes a junk-food-eating-monster. Luckily Kim and her brothers know the cure for that! And to drive home the fact that they had to make this episode, Ron gives a AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle by warning kids [[SpoofAesop not to fall into vats of experimental super growth formula.]]
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'', ''Literature/TheMagicSchoolBus'', usually the dangerous situation is the lecture, or an extension of it, and the resolution always conveniently requires them to recap everything they've learned that day. Arguably justified as intentional on Ms. Frizzle's part as an aspect of her teaching style.
* Normally subverted in ''MightyMax'' ''WesternAnimation/MightyMax'' whenever Max comes up with a clever plan to save the day. It's usually not until ''after'' the villain is defeated that Max gives the Chekhov's Lecture, Classroom, either to the other characters or directly to the audience in the {{Edutainment}} sections at the end of each episode.



** Another episode has Bart rush out of a class on Roman numerals to steal the town's lemon tree back from Shelbyville. Later on in the same episode he ends up in a room with a choice of doors labelled I-X and a piece of paper that claims that the seventh door is the exit and all the others contain man eating tigers. In a subversion, he doesn't even remember the class but makes the right choice anyway thanks to his knowledge of ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}'' films. And in case you're wondering, the film in question Bart comes up with? [[spoiler: ''[[NumberedSequels Rocky VII:]][[OddlyNamedSequel Adrian's Revenge]]''.]]
** While needing to prevent a meltdown, Homer tried to remember what he learned about it. It turns out Hpmer wasn't paying attention to the lessons because he was focused on trying to solve a rubix cube. Back in presente time, Homer [[NeverMyFault blamed the still unsolved cube]].

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** Another episode has Bart rush out of a class on Roman numerals to steal the town's lemon tree back from Shelbyville. Later on in the same episode he ends up in a room with a choice of doors labelled I-X and a piece of paper that claims that the seventh door is the exit and all the others contain man eating tigers. In a subversion, he doesn't even remember the class but makes the right choice anyway thanks to his knowledge of ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}'' films. And in case you're wondering, the film in question Bart comes up with? [[spoiler: ''[[NumberedSequels Rocky VII:]][[OddlyNamedSequel VII:]] [[OddlyNamedSequel2ElectricBoogaloo Adrian's Revenge]]''.]]
** While needing to prevent a meltdown, Homer tried to remember what he learned about it. It turns out Hpmer Homer wasn't paying attention to the lessons because he was focused on trying to solve a rubix cube. Back in presente the present time, Homer [[NeverMyFault blamed the still unsolved cube]].



* In the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode "[[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderBitterWork Bitter Work]]," Iroh teaches Zuko all about the principles of [[ShockAndAwe lightning bending.]] These same principles are later applied when [[spoiler:Zuko deflects Ozai's lightning during his HeelFaceTurn, and later in the GrandFinale when Aang does the exact same thing. Incidentally, it was Zuko himself who taught this technique to Aang, figuring that one day it would come back to save his skin.]] Unlike most other examples, this one is very justified: [[spoiler:Azula]] was hunting Zuko and Iroh at the time, and [[spoiler:she]] is a famous lightning user. Iroh was merely teaching Zuko how to beat a specific, very strong opponent.
* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'': Spongebob's boating class goes on a field trip to a famous boat, where Spongebob annoys everyone (Mrs. Puff in particular) by rattling off useless trivia. The boat then appears to have activated and is barreling towards town, so Spongebob is called on to save the town. [[spoiler: Nope, the boat was being hauled by a smaller tug, and Spongebob's contribution to the whole mess was 1) start the disaster in the first place, and 2) crash the boat into a building.]]

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode "[[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderBitterWork Bitter Work]]," Iroh teaches Zuko all about the principles of [[ShockAndAwe lightning bending.]] bending]]. These same principles are later applied when [[spoiler:Zuko deflects Ozai's lightning during his HeelFaceTurn, and later in the GrandFinale when Aang does the exact same thing. Incidentally, it was Zuko himself who taught this technique to Aang, figuring that one day it would come back to save his skin.]] Unlike most other examples, this one is very justified: [[spoiler:Azula]] was hunting Zuko and Iroh at the time, and [[spoiler:she]] is a famous lightning user. Iroh was merely teaching Zuko how to beat a specific, very strong opponent.
* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'': Spongebob's ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'': [=SpongeBob=]'s boating class goes on a field trip to a famous boat, where Spongebob [=SpongeBob=] annoys everyone (Mrs. Puff in particular) by rattling off useless trivia. The boat then appears to have activated and is barreling towards town, so Spongebob [=SpongeBob=] is called on to save the town. [[spoiler: Nope, the boat was being hauled by a smaller tug, and Spongebob's [=SpongeBob=]'s contribution to the whole mess was 1) start the disaster in the first place, and 2) crash the boat into a building.]]
15th Apr '15 11:05:51 AM WallyWolf
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* The ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' episode ''"Spike"'' has Lilo to attend a family trivia contest. To get her family of aliens prepared for the questions about Earth's culture, she takes them for a sort of an educational walk around, in which they stop at a shop where Pleakley reads a T-shirt's label: ''"Wash with light colors only"''. During the contest, a question is given specifically for Aunt Pleakley: ''"True or false: Cotton t-shirts should be washed with light colors only."'' Pleakley feels smart for being able to answer correctly.
12th Apr '15 1:16:20 AM erforce
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** Another episode has Bart rush out of a class on Roman numerals to steal the town's lemon tree back from Shelbyville. Later on in the same episode he ends up in a room with a choice of doors labelled I-X and a piece of paper that claims that the seventh door is the exit and all the others contain man eating tigers. In a subversion, he doesn't even remember the class but makes the right choice anyway thanks to his knowledge of ''Film/{{Rocky}}'' films. And in case you're wondering, the film in question Bart comes up with? [[spoiler: ''[[NumberedSequels Rocky VII:]][[OddlyNamedSequel Adrian's Revenge]]''.]]

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** Another episode has Bart rush out of a class on Roman numerals to steal the town's lemon tree back from Shelbyville. Later on in the same episode he ends up in a room with a choice of doors labelled I-X and a piece of paper that claims that the seventh door is the exit and all the others contain man eating tigers. In a subversion, he doesn't even remember the class but makes the right choice anyway thanks to his knowledge of ''Film/{{Rocky}}'' ''Franchise/{{Rocky}}'' films. And in case you're wondering, the film in question Bart comes up with? [[spoiler: ''[[NumberedSequels Rocky VII:]][[OddlyNamedSequel Adrian's Revenge]]''.]]
10th Dec '13 5:01:16 AM luiz4200
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** While needing to prevent a meltdown, Homer tried to remember what he learned about it. It turns out Hpmer wasn't paying attention to the lessons because he was focused on trying to solve a rubix cube. Back in presente time, Homer [[NeverMyFault blamed the still unsolved cube]].
21st Oct '13 5:41:29 AM Candi
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* In ''Western Animation/TheMagicSchoolBus'', usually the dangerous situation is the lecture, or an extension of it, and the resolution always conveniently requires them to recap everything they've learned that day. Arguably justified as intentional on Ms. Frizzle's part as an aspect of her teaching style.

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* In ''Western Animation/TheMagicSchoolBus'', ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'', usually the dangerous situation is the lecture, or an extension of it, and the resolution always conveniently requires them to recap everything they've learned that day. Arguably justified as intentional on Ms. Frizzle's part as an aspect of her teaching style.



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* ''Western Animation/TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''
21st Oct '13 5:40:47 AM Candi
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* In what has to be a spoof, an episode of ''KimPossible'' has Ron tutoring Kim in Home Economics. Later on, Kim uses Ron's advice when Shego has her trapped in a giant industrial mixer. While facing certain death from the large mixer blades, Kim Possible grabs the mixers, stays/spins with it, follows it up into the air, lets go of it and defeats Shego by doing a jump kick that screws with the laws of physics. All thanks to a lesson about cooking where Ron says to her how she shouldn't fear the mixer but instead be one with it.
** In a later episode, ExecutiveMeddling forced them to have a lecture about good nutrition and the five food groups. Ron falls into a vat of the Titan Formula and becomes a junk-food-eating-monster. Luckily Kim and her brothers know the cure for that!
*** And to drive home the fact that they had to make this episode, Ron gives a AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle by warning kids [[SpoofAesop not to fall into vats of experimental super growth formula.]]
* In ''TheMagicSchoolBus'', usually the dangerous situation is the lecture, or an extension of it, and the resolution always conveniently requires them to recap everything they've learned that day. Arguably justified as intentional on Ms. Frizzle's part as an aspect of her teaching style.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'':
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In what has to be a spoof, an one episode of ''KimPossible'' has Ron tutoring Kim in Home Economics. Later on, Kim uses Ron's advice when Shego has her trapped in a giant industrial mixer. While facing certain death from the large mixer blades, Kim Possible grabs the mixers, stays/spins with it, follows it up into the air, lets go of it and defeats Shego by doing a jump kick that screws with the laws of physics. All thanks to a lesson about cooking where Ron says to her how she shouldn't fear the mixer but instead be one with it.
** In a later episode, ExecutiveMeddling forced them to have a lecture about good nutrition and the five food groups. Ron falls into a vat of the Titan Formula and becomes a junk-food-eating-monster. Luckily Kim and her brothers know the cure for that!
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that! And to drive home the fact that they had to make this episode, Ron gives a AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle by warning kids [[SpoofAesop not to fall into vats of experimental super growth formula.]]
* In ''TheMagicSchoolBus'', ''Western Animation/TheMagicSchoolBus'', usually the dangerous situation is the lecture, or an extension of it, and the resolution always conveniently requires them to recap everything they've learned that day. Arguably justified as intentional on Ms. Frizzle's part as an aspect of her teaching style.



* Referenced on ''TheSimpsons'' when a tipped salt silo from the local cracker factory melts all the snow surrounding the school and Martin tastes it and declares that it melted with "a little help from our friend Sodium Chloride!" [[RunningGag He then gets punched in the gut by Nelson.]]
** Another episode has Bart rush out of a class on Roman numerals to steal the town's lemon tree back from Shelbyville. Later on in the same episode he ends up in a room with a choice of doors labelled I-X and a piece of paper that claims that the seventh door is the exit and all the others contain man eating tigers. In a subversion, he doesn't even remember the class but makes the right choice anyway thanks to his knowledge of ''Film/{{Rocky}}'' films.
** And in case you're wondering, the film in question Bart comes up with? [[spoiler: [[NumberedSequels ''Rocky VII:'']][[OddlyNamedSequel '''Adrian's Revenge''']].]]
* The Phantom of ''FlyingRhinoJuniorHigh'' frequently transforms the school into a death trap based on whatever lecture (or sometimes just topic of discussion in general) the children were having that day. This naturally leads to the students who were paying attention being the ones to get everyone out of trouble.

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* ''Western Animation/TheSimpsons''
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Referenced on ''TheSimpsons'' when a tipped salt silo from the local cracker factory melts all the snow surrounding the school and Martin tastes it and declares that it melted with "a little help from our friend Sodium Chloride!" [[RunningGag He then gets punched in the gut by Nelson.]]
** Another episode has Bart rush out of a class on Roman numerals to steal the town's lemon tree back from Shelbyville. Later on in the same episode he ends up in a room with a choice of doors labelled I-X and a piece of paper that claims that the seventh door is the exit and all the others contain man eating tigers. In a subversion, he doesn't even remember the class but makes the right choice anyway thanks to his knowledge of ''Film/{{Rocky}}'' films.
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films. And in case you're wondering, the film in question Bart comes up with? [[spoiler: [[NumberedSequels ''Rocky VII:'']][[OddlyNamedSequel '''Adrian's Revenge''']].''[[NumberedSequels Rocky VII:]][[OddlyNamedSequel Adrian's Revenge]]''.]]
* The Phantom of ''FlyingRhinoJuniorHigh'' ''WesternAnimation/FlyingRhinoJuniorHigh'' frequently transforms the school into a death trap based on whatever lecture (or sometimes just topic of discussion in general) the children were having that day. This naturally leads to the students who were paying attention being the ones to get everyone out of trouble.



* ''TotalDramaWorldTour'' has Sierra mentioning that Cody's birthday is April 1 during the first episode. In ''Aww, Drumheller'', [[spoiler: she makes a cake to celebrate his birthday, which both warms him up to her (because last year his birthday was ignored) and also got her kicked off when the "candles" made the plane explode.]]
* Parodied in MegasXLR, when Coop has sudden flashback to his high school science teacher scholding him for not paying attention and saying that one day he might need her lesson. She was right, as what she was talking about happens to be contain informations about [[MonsterOfTheWeek bad guy's of the week]] main super weapon and Coop really doesn't remember them.

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* ''TotalDramaWorldTour'' ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaWorldTour'' has Sierra mentioning that Cody's birthday is April 1 during the first episode. In ''Aww, Drumheller'', [[spoiler: she makes a cake to celebrate his birthday, which both warms him up to her (because last year his birthday was ignored) and also got her kicked off when the "candles" made the plane explode.]]
* Parodied in MegasXLR, ''WesternAnimation/MegasXLR'', when Coop has sudden flashback to his high school science teacher scholding scolding him for not paying attention and saying that one day he might need her lesson. She was right, as what she was talking about happens to be contain informations information about [[MonsterOfTheWeek the bad guy's guys of the week]] main super weapon and -and Coop really doesn't remember them.



* Inverted and parodied in ''MaxSteel'':

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* Inverted and parodied in ''MaxSteel'':''WesternAnimation/MaxSteel'':



* In the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode "[[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderBitterWork Bitter Work]]," Iroh teaches Zuko all about the principles of [[ShockAndAwe lightning bending.]] These same principles are later applied when [[spoiler:Zuko deflects Ozai's lightning during his HeelFaceTurn, and later in the GrandFinale when Aang does the exact same thing. Incidentally, it was Zuko himself who taught this technique to Aang, figuring that one day it would come back to save his skin.]]
** Unlike most other examples, this one is very justified: [[spoiler:Azula]] was hunting Zuko and Iroh at the time, and [[spoiler:she]] is a famous lightning user. Iroh was merely teaching Zuko how to beat a specific, very strong opponent.
* Subverted in SpongebobSquarepants: Spongebob's boating class goes on a field trip to a famous boat, where Spongebob annoys everyone (Mrs. Puff in particular) by rattling off useless trivia. The boat then appears to have activated and is barreling towards town, so Spongebob is called on to save the town. [[spoiler: Nope, the boat was being hauled by a smaller tug, and Spongebob's contribution to the whole mess was 1) start the disaster in the first place, and 2) crash the boat into a building.]]

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode "[[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderBitterWork Bitter Work]]," Iroh teaches Zuko all about the principles of [[ShockAndAwe lightning bending.]] These same principles are later applied when [[spoiler:Zuko deflects Ozai's lightning during his HeelFaceTurn, and later in the GrandFinale when Aang does the exact same thing. Incidentally, it was Zuko himself who taught this technique to Aang, figuring that one day it would come back to save his skin.]]
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]] Unlike most other examples, this one is very justified: [[spoiler:Azula]] was hunting Zuko and Iroh at the time, and [[spoiler:she]] is a famous lightning user. Iroh was merely teaching Zuko how to beat a specific, very strong opponent.
* Subverted in SpongebobSquarepants: ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'': Spongebob's boating class goes on a field trip to a famous boat, where Spongebob annoys everyone (Mrs. Puff in particular) by rattling off useless trivia. The boat then appears to have activated and is barreling towards town, so Spongebob is called on to save the town. [[spoiler: Nope, the boat was being hauled by a smaller tug, and Spongebob's contribution to the whole mess was 1) start the disaster in the first place, and 2) crash the boat into a building.]]
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