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21st Mar '17 5:39:00 PM Kadorhal
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-->'''Stewie''': You came unarmed?
-->'''Bertram''': As we agreed.
-->'''Stewie''': Admirable - but foolish! ''(pulls out a gun)''
-->'''Bertram''': ''(immediately pulls out his own gun)''

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-->'''Stewie''': You came unarmed?
-->'''Bertram''':
unarmed?\\
'''Bertram''':
As we agreed.
-->'''Stewie''':
agreed.\\
'''Stewie''':
Admirable - but foolish! ''(pulls out a gun)''
-->'''Bertram''':
gun)''\\
'''Bertram''':
''(immediately pulls out his own gun)''



** Finding the man who crippled him, Joe shoots him in the kneecaps. He tells the gang he didn't want to kill the guy, just give him a small taste of what he did to Joe and when he recovers, he'll understand. When Joe turns around, he finds the man has bled to death.

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** Finding the man who crippled him, Joe shoots him in the kneecaps. He tells the gang he didn't want to kill the guy, [[OnlyAFleshWound just give him a small taste of what he did to Joe Joe]] and when he recovers, he'll understand. When Joe turns around, he finds the man has bled to death.



** Winning the lottery, Peter decides to jump into a pile of gold like Scrooge McDuck and breaks half his body on the hard gold bars and coins.

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** Winning the lottery, Peter decides to [[PooledFunds jump into a pile of gold and swim around in it]] like Scrooge McDuck [=McDuck=], and breaks half his body on the hard gold bars and coins.
4th Feb '17 1:00:04 AM erforce
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* RidiculousFutureSequelisation: In ''Film/{{Rocky}} VI'' (which came out before ''Rocky Balboa'' did) Rocky goes to Mars for a fight.

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* RidiculousFutureSequelisation: In ''Film/{{Rocky}} ''Franchise/{{Rocky}} VI'' (which came out before ''Rocky Balboa'' ''Film/RockyBalboa'' did) Rocky goes to Mars for a fight.
9th Jan '17 7:58:01 AM TheKoS
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* WorldOfHam: Ever since [[{{Uncancelled}} the]] [[SeasonalRot revival,]] [[ChewingTheScenery out-of-control volume and behavior]] have become common traits of practically ''everyone'' to an excessive degree.

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* WorldOfHam: Ever since [[{{Uncancelled}} the]] [[SeasonalRot revival,]] [[ChewingTheScenery out-of-control volume and behavior]] [[{{Flanderization}} have become common traits traits]] of practically ''everyone'' to an excessive degree.
15th Dec '16 9:45:08 PM foxley
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* WilliamTelling: In "Herpe the Love Sore", Peter tries to whip a cigarette out of Meg's mouth. The whip knocks Meg to the floor, but the cigarette stays perfectly in mid-air.
10th Dec '16 12:04:27 PM Daeolus
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** When Quagmire loses his pilot's license, Peter drugs the pilots of a plane so Quagmire can land it and be a hero. It does work but Peter is then arrested for hijacking and public endangerment.

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** When Quagmire loses his pilot's license, Peter drugs the pilots of a plane so Quagmire can land it and be a hero. It does work (though not how he actually planned) but Peter is then arrested for hijacking and public endangerment.
28th Oct '16 1:24:37 AM rafi
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* SexyWhateverOutfit: In the HalloweenEpisode "Halloween On Spooner Street", Meg wears a slutty cat costume. Lampshaded by Lois that gripes about how Halloween is nothing but this: "I'm a slutty nurse, I'm a slutty pirate, I'm a slutty cancer survivor." Followed by a cut-away with the last example (this scene is deleted in the Tv version).
14th Oct '16 1:10:57 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* SpoofAesop: Many of the early episodes ended this way with Peter or another character learning either something completely different from the events they experienced or bluntly admiring to learning jack squat like nothing ever happened. Commentary from Seth and the other writers state that this was their way of ending the episode without filling it with nonsensical bullshit with a mix of [[TheyJustDidntCare the writers not giving a damn how the story ended.]]

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* SpoofAesop: Many of the early episodes ended this way with Peter or another character learning either something completely different from the events they experienced or bluntly admiring to learning jack squat like nothing ever happened. Commentary from Seth and the other writers state that this was their way of ending the episode without filling it with nonsensical bullshit with a mix of [[TheyJustDidntCare the ofthe writers not giving a damn how the story ended.]]
8th Oct '16 8:37:49 AM smalltime
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** It turns out Olivia survived Stewie's attempt to burn her and her friend Victor alive, but there's no mention of whether Victor survived or not.
26th Sep '16 1:16:16 AM smalltime
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** In "The Boys in the Band" it's not explained how Olivia survived the fire. They just mention that Stewie left her in a burning cardboard box and that's the last we hear about it.
19th Sep '16 12:45:09 PM Morgenthaler
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* ToxicWasteCanDoAnything: Played with in a "What If" episode. When a truck carrying ''nuclear'' waste crashes in front of the Griffin household, each family member is imbued with a different superpower, which they use to cause mayhem. To combat them, mayor Adam West rolls in ''toxic'' waste... causing him to [[RealityEnsues contract lymphoma]].
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