History ComicallyMissingThePoint / WesternAnimation

26th Nov '17 12:00:19 AM Fireblood
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* ''WebAnimation/DarkMatter2525'': {{Zigzagged}}. In "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLhkPTQvMzQ&lc=z23zwvnx1zz3vberq04t1aokgn2trh40vwoykvsndp1ybk0h00410.1511409561627307&feature=em-comments God is Punishing Us!]]", Pat Robertson on ''Series/The700Club'' equates several natural disasters - like earthquakes, floods, tsunamis - to God's displeasure towards an unrelated secular incidents - gay marriage, not forcing children to pray in public schools, saying "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas", etc. Justified since this is the actual reason in-universe. When Jeffrey fills in for God and uses natural disasters to only target the transgressors, causing legitimate belief in God to sky-rocket, Pat wonders aloud if this was caused by climate change.
* EatingOptional: In the ''God and Jeffrey'' clip "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cclEFQC8eE4 If Man Obeyed God]]", Adam and Eve refuse to eat from the Tree of Knowledge and remain immortal. Thousands of years later, God (who'd actually ''expected'' them to eat it) tries to talk Adam into eating the apple after all, only to be told that Adam gave up eating centuries ago: he can't die, and not eating means he doesn't have to deal with the icky business of ''doing'' his business, so why bother?
6th Nov '17 6:50:05 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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** In Episode 93, [[TheDitz Stumpy]] and [[DitzyGenius Quack Quack]] are training to be firefighters, and one of their training exercises involves "rescuing" Mr. Cat from the second floor of a building which they pretend is on fire. They try to get in, and Stumpy decides to [[UseYourHead use Quack Quack as a battering ram]] to break the door open. Kaeloo points out that they were supposed to use a ladder and get to the window Mr. Cat is standing at. Stumpy and Quack Quack take the ladder to the window... and then try to break the windowsill, once again using Quack Quack as a battering ram.
19th Oct '17 12:57:18 PM Vir
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** In "Nature Pants", when the grill starts to smoke due to [=SpongeBob=] not paying attention, Mr. Krabs gives him a fire extinguisher. He throws it at the grill, causing Mr. Krabs to glare at him right before the grill catches fire.
2nd Oct '17 3:42:34 AM Ccook1956
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** A ''WesternAnimation/CoolMcCool'' episode had Number One introducing Cool to a robotic chanteuse made by Rigsy (the agency's inventor) which he plans to use to charm and subsequently capture the arch villain the Rattler. As the robot chanteuse approaches Cool:

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** * A ''WesternAnimation/CoolMcCool'' episode had Number One introducing Cool to a robotic chanteuse made by Rigsy (the agency's inventor) which he plans to use to charm and subsequently capture the arch villain the Rattler. As the robot chanteuse approaches Cool:



-->'''Cool:''' (''picking up the robot's device'') I gotta hand it to you, Number One. Out of all the gadgets Rigsy's invented, this is absolutely the greatest. (''looks to chanteuse'') But shouldn't we talk about it after ''she'' leaves?

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-->'''Cool:''' '''Cool:''' (''picking up the robot's device'') I gotta hand it to you, Number One. Out of all the gadgets Rigsy's invented, this is absolutely the greatest. (''looks to chanteuse'') But shouldn't we talk about it after ''she'' leaves?
2nd Oct '17 3:41:58 AM Ccook1956
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** A ''WesternAnimation/CoolMcCool'' episode had Number One introducing Cool to a robotic chanteuse made by Rigsy (the agency's inventor) which he plans to use to charm and subsequently capture the arch villain the Rattler. As the robot chanteuse approaches Cool:
-->'''Chanteuse:''' (''seductively'') Cool...you are the cooooolest...\\
-->'''Cool:''' (''picking up the robot's device'') I gotta hand it to you, Number One. Out of all the gadgets Rigsy's invented, this is absolutely the greatest. (''looks to chanteuse'') But shouldn't we talk about it after ''she'' leaves?
1st Oct '17 2:57:18 PM Ccook1956
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** Same episode: DM is using the telephone (who was leading the mechanical revolt) to find out who is responsible for the mechanical revolution:
-->'''DM:''' (''receiver to ear'') Mm-hmmm....mm-hmmm....good grief!\\
'''Penfold:''' Engaged?\\
'''DM:''' Leave Fifi out of this!
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?
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