History ComicallyMissingThePoint / WesternAnimation

25th Jan '16 1:33:53 PM TheCuza
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** Dale manages to do a single-person version of this by relating to Hank about how 9 months before the birth of his son, he was watching aliens while his wife was with some other guy. Hank says, "Your wife loves you," but then Dale comes to the conclusion that his son is an alien, and asks Hank if there's any better explanation. Obviously there is, but Hank decides to refrain from pointing out the obvious. ** 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 herself. 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. ** In the first season, Bobby went to [[SpecialGuest Willie Nelson's]] house to try to apologize for accidently hitting him with a golf club... But there was some confusion at first: -->'''Nelson:''' Wait, I know you... You're the kid who rakes my lawn. -->'''Bobby:''' No, I'm the kid who hit you. -->'''Nelson:''' With a rake? -->'''Bobby:''' No, with a golf club! -->'''Nelson:''' You've been rakin' my yard with a golf club? I want my ten bucks back!
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** Dale [[ConspiracyTheorist Dale]] manages to do a single-person version of this by relating to Hank about how 9 months before the birth of his son, he was watching aliens off chasing [=UFOs=] in the desert while his wife was with some other guy. John Redcorn. Hank says, "Your wife loves you," you!", but then Dale comes to the conclusion that the aliens impregnated Nancy to take his son is an alien, attention away from them, and asks Hank if there's any better explanation. [[ChocolateBaby Obviously there is, is]], but Hank decides to refrain from pointing out that out. Dale later comes to the obvious. conclusion that the aliens abducted him and used his own sperm to impregnate Nancy, therefore Joseph is his biological son after all, although he might have only said that to make Joseph feel better, as Joseph was having somewhat of an identity crisis after being told he was half-alien. ** 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 herself.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. ** In the first season, Bobby went to [[SpecialGuest Willie Nelson's]] house to try to apologize for accidently accidentally hitting him with a golf club... But there was some confusion at first: -->'''Nelson:''' --->'''Nelson:''' Wait, I know you... You're the kid who rakes my lawn. -->'''Bobby:''' lawn.\\ '''Bobby:''' No, I'm the kid who hit you. -->'''Nelson:''' you.\\ '''Nelson:''' With a rake? -->'''Bobby:''' rake?\\ '''Bobby:''' No, with a golf club! -->'''Nelson:''' club!\\ '''Nelson:''' You've been rakin' my yard with a golf club? I want my ten bucks back!

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** Dale manages When Dale's father tries to do a single-person version of this by relating come out to Hank about how 9 months before him as gay, he doesn't directly say it, only saying that the birth of his son, rodeo he was watching aliens while his wife was with some other guy. Hank says, "Your wife loves you," but then Dale comes to the conclusion works at is a gay rodeo and that his son "friend" isn't just his friend, but his partner. Dale is an alien, disgusted, and asks Hank if there's any better explanation. Obviously there is, but Hank decides tells his father to refrain from pointing get out of his sight. After all, his father obviously just confessed to being a ''[[DiscriminateAndSwitch government agent]]'', the greatest enemy of conspiracy nuts like Dale all over the world. Why else would the biggest ladies man Dale has ever known be working at the gay rodeo, [[BuddyCopShow and with a partner]]? The two of them must be undercover! He eventually does find out the obvious. ** Even better, in the episode where Dale's wife ends the affair, Dale notices truth, though, and it doesn't bother him that every time she gets a headache, she calls in his father is gay. After all, [[MistakenForGay he's been friends with 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 herself. 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. ** In the first season, Bobby went to [[SpecialGuest Willie Nelson's]] house to try to apologize for accidently hitting him with a golf club... But there was some confusion at first: -->'''Nelson:''' Wait, I know you... You're the kid who rakes my lawn. -->'''Bobby:''' No, I'm the kid who hit you. -->'''Nelson:''' With a rake? -->'''Bobby:''' No, with a golf club! -->'''Nelson:''' You've been rakin' my yard with a golf club? I want my ten bucks back!years]]!
6th Jan '16 7:30:27 PM Shadowwing09
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*** Closer to DramaticallyMissingThePoint considering this was a huge TearJerker as [[CoolBigSis Twilight]] is the closest thing Spike has to ''[[HappilyAdopted family]]''
25th Nov '15 4:14:14 PM Red-Dead-Redeemer
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--->Explanation for the uninitiated: in the FiM setting, "cutie marks" are symbols that appear on a pony's flanks when they figure out what their special talent is, and what they want to do with it. In other words, they are markers that a pony ''has'' "found out who they are". That's the whole ''point'' of them.
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--->Explanation for the uninitiated: in the FiM [=FiM=] setting, "cutie marks" are symbols that appear on a pony's flanks when they figure out what their special talent is, and what they want to do with it. In other words, they are markers that a pony ''has'' "found out who they are". That's the whole ''point'' of them.
23rd Nov '15 5:11:32 PM paul723
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---> '''Chris''': Dan! Are you alright? ---> '''Dan''': No. ''(pause)'' I just realized I threw away my good lighter. ---> '''Chris''': You almost got us killed and you're worried about a lighter? ---> '''Dan''': It was nice. I liked it.
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---> --> '''Chris''': Dan! Are you alright? ---> --> '''Dan''': No. ''(pause)'' I just realized I threw away my good lighter. ---> --> '''Chris''': You almost got us killed and you're worried about a lighter? ---> --> '''Dan''': It was nice. I liked it.
23rd Nov '15 5:10:21 PM paul723
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* In the episode "New Mexico" of ''WesternAnimation/DanVs'', Dan and Chris are driving a liquid hydrogen truck (which they stole) through a closed carnival in New Mexico and Dan attempts to throw a lighter at the place, oblivious to the fact that the window is closed. The lighter ends up inside the car, lighting it on fire, and Dan and Chris narrowly make it out before it crashes in a fiery explosion. When Chris asks Dan if he is okay, Dan responds "no", saying that he threw away his good lighter, ignoring the fact that he and Chris were almost killed in the truck crash. ---> '''Chris''': Dan! Are you alright? ---> '''Dan''': No. ''(pause)'' I just realized I threw away my good lighter. ---> '''Chris''': You almost got us killed and you're worried about a lighter? ---> '''Dan''': It was nice. I liked it.
18th Oct '15 12:16:59 AM livemike
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added Toph training Aang example.
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** Kitara questions Toph's training method of rolling a boulder down on him so he has to earthbend to deflect it. Toph agrees and adds a blindfold so he has to sense the boulder through the earth.
4th Oct '15 7:44:13 PM RyanW
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** In the YetAnotherChristmasCarol episode, Beavis is taken to the future to see that a family's children are gone. When informed that they didn't have enough money to feed the children, and he concludes that they ate the kids.
19th Aug '15 3:59:37 AM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'':
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'':''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'':

** Timmy's parents (as well as the rest of the world besides Crocker, and even he has his moments) may as well be anthropomorphic personifications of completely missing or ignoring the glaring and obvious magical phenomenon that surrounds Timmy and his fairy godparents. In the episode "Meet The Oddparents", Timmy's parents finally begin to seriously suspect the weird things that keep happening to them, such as when they found a gorilla and a monster playing ping pong in Timmy's bedroom. Of course, Timmy's Dad being Timmy's Dad, the only bizarre thing he finds about that situation is that they have a ping pong table.
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** Timmy's parents (as well as the rest of the world besides Crocker, and even he has his moments) may as well be anthropomorphic personifications of completely missing or ignoring the glaring and obvious magical phenomenon that surrounds Timmy and his fairy godparents. In the episode "Meet The Oddparents", the [=OddParents=]", Timmy's parents finally begin to seriously suspect the weird things that keep happening to them, such as when they found a gorilla and a monster playing ping pong in Timmy's bedroom. Of course, Timmy's Dad being Timmy's Dad, the only bizarre thing he finds about that situation is that they have a ping pong table.
4th Aug '15 9:25:59 AM Ccook1956
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* The ''DangerMouse'' episode "Mechanised Mayhem" has all of London's machines and appliances staging a revolution against their owners. When DM and Penfold retrieve a distress call from Greenback's henchman Stiletto and see Greenback's Frog's Head Flyer joining the mechanical solidarity: -->'''Stiletto:''' Da Baroni's machine is revolting!\\ '''Penfold:''' (''sarcastically'') Ha! ''He'' can talk!

* The ''DangerMouse'' episode "Mechanised Mayhem" has all of London's machines and appliances staging a revolution against their owners. When DM and Penfold retrieve a distress call from Greenback's henchman Stiletto and see Greenback's Frog's Head Flyer joining the mechanical solidarity: -->'''Stiletto:''' Da Baroni's machine is revolting!\\ '''Penfold:''' (''sarcastically'') Ha! ''He'' can talk!
4th Aug '15 9:25:07 AM Ccook1956
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* The ''DangerMouse'' episode "Mechanised Mayhem" has all of London's machines and appliances staging a revolution against their owners. When DM and Penfold retrieve a distress call from Greenback's henchman Stiletto and see Greenback's Frog's Head Flyer joining the mechanical solidarity: -->'''Stiletto:''' Da Baroni's machine is revolting!\\ '''Penfold:''' (''sarcastically'') Ha! ''He'' can talk!

* The ''DangerMouse'' episode "Mechanised Mayhem" has all of London's machines and appliances staging a revolution against their owners. When DM and Penfold retrieve a distress call from Greenback's henchman Stiletto and see Greenback's Frog's Head Flyer joining the mechanical solidarity: -->'''Stiletto:''' Da Baroni's machine is revolting!\\ '''Penfold:''' Ha! ''He'' can talk!
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