History ComicallyMissingThePoint / WesternAnimation

11th Aug '17 12:36:33 PM Vir
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BrandyAndMrWhiskers'' episode "The No Sleep Over", Mr. Whiskers and Ed attempt to pull a ding-dong ditch on Brandy. She points out that her and Whiskers' treehouse doesn't have a doorbell, meaning there's no "ding-dong" part, and they forgot to leave before she opened the door, so they left out the "ditch" part as well.
31st Jul '17 1:39:25 AM Vir
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** In "Suds", after working up [=SpongeBob=] with the belief that the doctor's office is a horrible place, Patrick attempts to cure him using various methods before Sandy can come and take him there, but they all end up being this: spreading seanut butter on [=SpongeBob=]'s foot, then putting it between two slices of bread and putting his shoe on it, removing one of his front teeth with the "string on a doorknob" trick, using him as a trampoline, repeatedly pulling off and reapplying a bandage to his back, and putting him in a medieval rack.
21st Jul '17 2:04:25 AM EndBringer99
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'', Jimmy goes into Carl's dream and tries to convince him that he's dreaming. He points out that Libby had to row her desk to school with a plastic leg, and Carl responds with "Her paddle broke!".

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'', Jimmy goes into Carl's dream and tries to convince him that he's dreaming. He points out that ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius''
** From the episode "I Dream of Jimmy":
--->'''Jimmy:''' Carl... you're asleep. There are llamas in the classroom.
Libby had to row her desk rode to school with a plastic leg, and Carl responds with "Her leg!\\
'''Carl:''' Her
paddle broke!".broke!
** From the episode "Sheen's Brain":
--->'''Carl:''' "Tom has three pieces of bubble gum. If he trades all his gum to Ida for two raisins per piece, how many raisins will Tom have?\\
'''Sheen:''' "What sort of idiot would trade bubblegum for raisins?\\
'''Jimmy:''' That's not the point.\\
'''Sheen:''' What is he, some kind of health nut?! If ya ask me, Tom needs counseling. And what kind of name is "Ida"? What's it short for: "I'd have preferred a different name"?!
15th Jul '17 11:54:08 PM RisefromYourGrave
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** Even better, in the episode where Dale's wife ends the affair, Dale notices that every time she gets a headache, she calls in John Redcorn to give her a massage, and comes to the obvious conclusion: her headaches are a cry for attention, and he's been selfishly pawning her off on someone else instead of taking care of her himself. When Redcorn sneaks into their bedroom later to try and patch things up, Dale mistakes him for a burgler and knocks him out with a lamp. Dale is the one who feels guilty for this and in order to make good he helps Redcorn recover his peoples' lands, which ironically helps end the affair because Redcorn feel guilty about betraying Dale's honest friendship and kindness.

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** Even better, in the episode where Dale's wife ends the affair, Dale notices that every time she gets a headache, she calls in John Redcorn to give her a massage, and comes to the obvious conclusion: her headaches are a cry for attention, and he's been selfishly pawning her off on someone else instead of taking care of her himself. When Redcorn sneaks into their bedroom later to try and patch things up, Dale mistakes him for a burgler burglar and knocks him out with a lamp. Dale is the one who feels guilty for this and in order to make good he helps Redcorn recover his peoples' lands, which ironically helps end the affair because Redcorn feel guilty about betraying Dale's honest friendship and kindness.



*** Experiment 251, who [[ChainedHeat binds together uncooperative people]] with an indestructible putty (though they find out later that Earth wasn't one of the planets taken into account when calling it indestructible; it dissolves in mud). When Lilo and Myrtle capture it...
---->'''Lilo''': I think I'm gonna name him...Link.\\
'''Myrtle''': Because he links people together?\\

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*** Experiment 251, who [[ChainedHeat binds together uncooperative people]] with an indestructible putty (though they find out later that Earth wasn't one of the planets taken into account when calling it indestructible; it dissolves in mud). When Lilo and Myrtle Mertle capture it...
---->'''Lilo''': I think I'm gonna name him... Link.\\
'''Myrtle''': '''Mertle''': Because he links people together?\\



---->'''Lilo''': Hmm...you look like a hairy hairball. And you seem to like to eat hair, and you're made of hair, so I'm gonna call you...\\

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---->'''Lilo''': Hmm... you look like a hairy hairball. And you seem to like to eat hair, and you're made of hair, so I'm gonna call you...\\



'''Lilo''': NO...Clip!

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'''Lilo''': NO...Clip! Clip!\\
'''Stitch''': Huh?
15th Jul '17 11:47:34 PM DesiredUsernameTaken
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* As part of an OverlyLongGag in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' episode "Let's Play Golf". Kaeloo attempts to explain the rules of golf to [[TheDitz Stumpy]] and [[DitzyGenius Quack Quack]]. First, she says that the object of the game is to put the ball in the hole. Stumpy picks up the ball, runs to the hole and puts it in. Kaeloo then tells him that he was supposed to put it in with the club, so he takes the club and drops it down the hole with the ball. Kaeloo tells him that he was supposed to hit the ball with the club, so he goes to the hole with the ball in it and starts violently shoving the club down the hole to "hit" the ball.

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* *''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'':
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As part of an OverlyLongGag in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' episode "Let's Play Golf". Kaeloo attempts to explain the rules of golf to [[TheDitz Stumpy]] and [[DitzyGenius Quack Quack]]. First, she says that the object of the game is to put the ball in the hole. Stumpy picks up the ball, runs to the hole and puts it in. Kaeloo then tells him that he was supposed to put it in with the club, so he takes the club and drops it down the hole with the ball. Kaeloo tells him that he was supposed to hit the ball with the club, so he goes to the hole with the ball in it and starts violently shoving the club down the hole to "hit" the ball.


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** In one episode, Kaeloo tries to prove that Mr. Cat is too violent with Quack Quack by showing him a bunch of [[CallBack video clips from previous episodes]] where he tortured him on a TV screen. The only thing [[{{Narcissist}} Mr. Cat]] manages to gather from the videos is that he looks extremely telegenic.
12th Jul '17 12:20:46 PM Astaroth
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** In one episode, the Griffins are watching a news broadcast of Tricia Takanawa interviewing a criminal who was arrested because Chris witnessed him shoplifting and testified against him, and who just broke out of jail:
--->'''Convict:''' I'm gonna go bang my girlfriend, and then I'm gonna kill Chris Griffin!\\
(The entire family gasps in horror)\\
'''Stewie:''' My word! Is he really allowed to say "bang my girlfriend" on this network?
10th Jul '17 3:55:31 AM Troperinik
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* As part of an OverlyLongGag in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' episode "Let's Play Golf". Kaeloo attempts to explain the rules of golf to Stumpy and Quack Quack. First, she says that the object of the game is to put the ball in the hole. Stumpy picks up the ball, runs to the hole and puts it in. Kaeloo then tells him that he was supposed to put it in with the club, so he takes the club and drops it down the hole with the ball. Kaeloo tells him that he was supposed to hit the ball with the club, so he goes to the hole with the ball in it and starts violently shoving the club down the hole to "hit" the ball.

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* As part of an OverlyLongGag in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' episode "Let's Play Golf". Kaeloo attempts to explain the rules of golf to Stumpy [[TheDitz Stumpy]] and [[DitzyGenius Quack Quack.Quack]]. First, she says that the object of the game is to put the ball in the hole. Stumpy picks up the ball, runs to the hole and puts it in. Kaeloo then tells him that he was supposed to put it in with the club, so he takes the club and drops it down the hole with the ball. Kaeloo tells him that he was supposed to hit the ball with the club, so he goes to the hole with the ball in it and starts violently shoving the club down the hole to "hit" the ball.


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** In Episode 34, [[spoiler: [[TheDitz Stumpy]] is granted invisibility powers. He then decides to play hide and seek with Quack Quack. Just then, [[StatusQuoIsGod his powers wear off]], leaving him visible again. Quack Quack immediately finds him since he can now see him, and Stumpy realizes that he can see his body again. Rather than realize that he lost his invisibility, he assumes that he has also developed the power to see things that are invisible.]]
24th Jun '17 4:30:02 PM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/NotWithoutMyHandbag'', when {{Satan}} (possessing her handbag) locks her niece in the washing machine, Auntie says, "My goodness! That's not my handbag! And it's a rather cheap imitation.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/NotWithoutMyHandbag'', when {{Satan}} (possessing her handbag) locks her niece in the washing machine, Auntie says, "My goodness! That's not my handbag! And it's a rather cheap imitation.imitation".
30th Mar '17 7:45:09 AM ngh93
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** In the episode "Dying for Pie", Squidward accidentally buys an exploding pie for [=SpongeBob=]. Mr. Krabs, "inspecting" it, pinches off a tiny piece of crust to eat. When he drops the piece on the ground, it explodes and leaves a huge, gaping hole in Mr. Krabs's office, blasting Mr. Krabs and Squidward outside. Then [=SpongeBob=] comes in: "Mr. Krabs, are you okay? I heard a... WOW!! (completely ignores the hole and points at the pie) A pie!"

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** In the episode "Dying for Pie", Squidward accidentally buys an exploding pie for [=SpongeBob=]. Mr. Krabs, "inspecting" it, pinches off a tiny piece of crust to eat. When he drops the piece on the ground, it explodes and leaves a huge, gaping hole in Mr. Krabs's Krabs' office, blasting Mr. Krabs him and Squidward outside. Then [=SpongeBob=] comes in: "Mr. Krabs, are you okay? I heard a... WOW!! (completely (''completely ignores the hole and points at the pie) pie'') A pie!"
19th Mar '17 9:07:38 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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** In the episode "Let's Play Red Light, Green Light", when Quack Quack is having trouble opening a yogurt container, Stumpy suggests [[ChainsawGood using a chainsaw]]. Kaeloo tells him that chainsaws are for cutting trees, and then she proceeds to open the yogurt in a strategic manner and tell Stumpy to "use his head". Stumpy misunderstands this as "use your head to cut trees", so he runs headlong into a tree.
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