History ComicallyMissingThePoint / WesternAnimation

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.
17th Mar '17 4:25:46 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.
1st Mar '17 6:35:02 PM NightShade96
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24th Jan '17 1:07:35 PM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'': Recurring villain Chester starts a burger business that advertises the "Kiddy Meal", which is a trap so kids go in and he puts them in burgers he sells to sharks. Numbuh 3 is sold to a shark family and the rest of the team try to save her, but it turns out she escaped from the box herself and she confronts Chester. His reaction?
--> "Did you know what this means? They'll want their money back!"



* 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:

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* The ''DangerMouse'' ''WesternAnimation/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:



* ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'': Recurring villain Chester starts a burger business that advertises the "Kiddy Meal", which is a trap so kids go in and he puts them in burgers he sells to sharks. Numbuh 3 is sold to a shark family and the rest of the team try to save her, but it turns out she escaped from the box herself and she confronts Chester. His reaction?
--> "Did you know what this means? They'll want their money back!"
24th Jan '17 1:03:57 PM Vir
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FanboyAndChumChum'' episode "Total Recall", one of the items in Oz's collection of defective toys is a scale replica of the Russian battleship Potemkin which was recalled not because [[MyLittlePanzer it came with functioning nuclear weaponry]], but because it had small parts that broke off easily.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FanboyAndChumChum'' episode "Total Recall", one of the items in Oz's collection of defective toys recalled for being [[MyLittlePanzer cartoonishly deadly]] is a scale replica of the Russian battleship Potemkin which was recalled not because [[MyLittlePanzer it came with functioning nuclear weaponry]], weaponry, but because it had small parts that broke off easily.
24th Jan '17 12:51:02 PM Vir
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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.

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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.
24th Jan '17 12:44:18 PM Vir
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** In ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHeadDoAmerica'', Butthead is woken from his dream by Beavis with the alarming news that their TV has just disappeared and he can't work out why. After looking at the broken in door, the muddy footprints leading to the door, and the two people talking about how they're going to sell a TV for about a minute, Butthead finally says "Hey Beavis, I've figured something out... this sucks!"
** Also, at the [=McCarran=] Airport, they see a guy holding out a sign with their names written on it. Beavis attempts to read it: "B...U...T--'Boot?!' There's a guy named 'Boot?!'" Butthead corrects him, sort of. "It says Butthead. Beavis, you idiot; these guys have the same names as us!"
** In a regular episode, when some girls at a shopping mall tell the two to come back in ten years, instead of interpreting this as "I don't want to see you for a really long time", they think the girls literally mean to come back to them in ten years. Butthead tells Beavis to hurry up and get rid of their "beards" so that they can actually meet them again in ten years. (They're gonna forget by then anyway.)

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** In ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHeadDoAmerica'', Butthead Butt-Head is woken from his dream by Beavis with the alarming news that their TV has just disappeared and he can't work out why. After looking at the broken in door, the muddy footprints leading to the door, and the two people talking about how they're going to sell a TV for about a minute, Butthead Butt-Head finally says "Hey Beavis, I've figured something out... this sucks!"
** Also, at the [=McCarran=] Airport, they see a guy holding out a sign with their names written on it. Beavis attempts to read it: "B...U...T--'Boot?!' There's a guy named 'Boot?!'" Butthead Butt-Head corrects him, sort of. "It says Butthead.Butt-Head. Beavis, you idiot; these guys have the same names as us!"
** In a regular episode, when some girls at a shopping mall tell the two to come back in ten years, instead of interpreting this as "I don't want to see you for a really long time", they think the girls literally mean to come back to them in ten years. Butthead Butt-Head tells Beavis to hurry up and get rid of their "beards" so that they can actually meet them again in ten years. (They're gonna forget by then anyway.)
24th Jan '17 12:42:31 PM Vir
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** In "Sick As A Dog", when Pal has to stay overnight at the vet, Arthur has an overblown anxiety-induced dream about Pal calling Arthur and being kidnapped by the other dogs, who leave a ransom note ''written in pawprints'' and are pursued by a police helicopter. When Arthur wakes up, he says, "Wow, what a ridiculous dream. Pal doesn't even know our phone number."

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** In "Sick As A as a Dog", when Pal has to stay overnight at the vet, Arthur has an overblown anxiety-induced dream about Pal calling Arthur and being kidnapped by the other dogs, who leave a ransom note ''written in pawprints'' and are pursued by a police helicopter. When Arthur wakes up, he says, "Wow, what a ridiculous dream. Pal doesn't even know our phone number."
24th Jan '17 12:39:08 PM Vir
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* There are many, ''many'' instances of this in ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead''.
** In Beavis and Butthead Do America, Butthead is woken from his dream by Beavis with the alarming news that their TV has just disappeared and he can't work out why. After looking at the broken in door, the muddy footprints leading to the door, and the two people talking about how they're going to sell a TV for about a minute, Butthead finally says "Hey Beavis, I've figured something out... this sucks!"

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* There are many, ''many'' instances of this in ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead''.
''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead''.
** In Beavis and Butthead Do America, ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHeadDoAmerica'', Butthead is woken from his dream by Beavis with the alarming news that their TV has just disappeared and he can't work out why. After looking at the broken in door, the muddy footprints leading to the door, and the two people talking about how they're going to sell a TV for about a minute, Butthead finally says "Hey Beavis, I've figured something out... this sucks!"



* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoxtrolls'', but used in a non funny matter. It has Eggs saying that HE was the Trubshore Baby but Lord Portley Rind doesn't care that a baby took by the Boxtrolls are alive and gets mad at him for making the cheese wheel fall into the sea.
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