History Funny / Doug

30th May '18 6:01:07 AM Erin582
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* Doug's fantasy in "Doug's Big Nose" features Doug swapping his photo to Patti, only to get poked in the face by the growing nose inside the photo as soon as she opens it.

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* Doug's fantasy in "Doug's Big Nose" features Doug swapping his photo to Patti, only to get poked in the face by the growing nose inside the photo as soon as she opens it.it and for her to claim that his nose [[EyeScream poked her eye out.]] [[note]]And even better, to rewatch the scene again, you'll notice that it hit her on the ''chin''.[[/note]]



* "Doug Throws a Party": Doug's fantasies during the Truth or Dare game are funny in part because they involve characters acting the opposite of the way we'd expect them to act. In one fantasy, Patti badmouths Doug and rants about how terrible their movie date was while appearing on a ''Series/LoveConnection'' style talk show (with Roger as host). In another, she flees in terror when Doug is dared to kiss her, crashing through a door and leaving an ImpactSilhouette of herself while Doug tauntingly chases her ("Pucker up, here I come!"). And in a third, Doug imagines himself in a laboratory strapped to a table while Roger the mad scientist hypnotizes him and forces him to tell the truth about his feelings for Patti in a robotic monotone voice.

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** While in math class, Doug has an "accurate" calculation of how his nose will look like based on its growth...with his nose taking up his entire face by the time he graduated from college. Topping the scene is Patti's FacePalm and Skeeter's reply of "A nose with a college degree! Cool, man!"
* "Doug Throws a Party": Doug's fantasies during the Truth or Dare game are funny in part because they involve characters acting the opposite of the way we'd expect them to act. In one fantasy, Patti badmouths Doug and rants about how terrible their movie date from "Doug and Patti Sittin' In A Tree" was while appearing on a ''Series/LoveConnection'' style talk show (with Roger as host). In another, she flees in terror when Doug is dared to kiss her, crashing through a door and leaving an ImpactSilhouette of herself while Doug tauntingly chases her ("Pucker up, here I come!"). And in a third, Doug imagines himself in a laboratory strapped to a table while Roger the mad scientist hypnotizes him and forces him to tell the truth about his feelings for Patti in a robotic monotone voice.



* Doug trying to seduce his teacher as Smash Adams. "I was just noticing what... large, hair you have!"

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* Doug trying to seduce his teacher as Smash Adams. "I Adams in "Doug's Doodle". No, really.
-->'''Doug:''' I
was just noticing what... large, what large...hair you have!"have!



-->'''Mrs. Wingo:''' You wrote a paper titled My First Pair Of High Heels?"

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-->'''Mrs. Wingo:''' You wrote a paper titled My "My First Pair Of High Heels?"



* Doug and Skeeter's (failed) prank call to Judy in "Doug Can't Dig It" is hilarious, especially considering that they did it in Doug's house instead of a place further away.
** And immediately beforehand, Judy screaming "I HATE YOU!!!" at herself in the mirror as an acting exercise, and then answering the telephone not two seconds later with a cheery, lilting "Hello?"

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* Doug and Skeeter's (failed) prank call to Judy as fictitious director J.B. Hunkamunka in "Doug Can't Dig It" is hilarious, especially considering that they did it in Doug's house [[EpicFail instead of a place further away.
away.]]
** And immediately beforehand, [[MakesAsMuchSenseInContext Judy screaming "I HATE YOU!!!" at herself in the mirror as an acting exercise, and then answering the telephone not two seconds later with a cheery, lilting "Hello?" "Hello?"]]


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* Earlier in the episode with Judy turning the channel from a program that Doug and Skeeter were watching:
-->'''Judy''' ''(in a sweet, singsongy tone)'' It's Thursday night. ''Shakespeare On Ice''.
-->'''Doug''' But we were just--
-->'''Judy''' [[SuddenlyShouting SILENCE!]]
24th May '18 1:16:15 AM Kishou
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** Doug has cold feet of the idea asking Patti to go on the Ferris Wheel with him. That is, until Skeeter tells him that she could end up sitting with Roger. Cue Doug's ImagineSpot of Roger serenading her with a ''trombone''.
24th Apr '18 7:30:36 PM MartyD82
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* The entire scene in "Doug Meets Fentruck" where Mr. Bone lectures the class on Yakestonisian culture. Everything from the ridiculous costumes the kids and teachers wear to Roger's rather creative use of the Yakestonisian man's hat is comedy gold. Made [[UpToEleven even funnier]] when Fentruck comes in wearing perfectly normal clothing and scoffing at "traditional Yakostonisian attire."
17th Mar '18 11:21:43 PM waters20
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* Doug's fantasy in "Doug's Big Nose" features Doug offering Patti a card, only to get poked in the face by the growing nose inside the card as soon as she opens it.

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* Doug's fantasy in "Doug's Big Nose" features Doug offering Patti a card, swapping his photo to Patti, only to get poked in the face by the growing nose inside the card photo as soon as she opens it.
17th Mar '18 11:20:38 PM waters20
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[[caption-width-right:350:Skeeter's dance lessons.]]


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* Doug's fantasy in "Doug's Big Nose" features Doug offering Patti a card, only to get poked in the face by the growing nose inside the card as soon as she opens it.
** There's also Doug's pathetic attempt to fake an illness to skip picture day, improvising perhaps the most ridiculous names for said illness (turkey pox, kangaroo flu, allergic reaction to beets).
16th Jan '18 6:06:28 AM Piterpicher
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* "Doug Throws a Party": Doug's fantasies during the Truth or Dare game are funny in part because they involve characters acting the opposite of the way we'd expect them to act. In one fantasy, Patti badmouths Doug and rants about how terrible their movie date was while appearing on a LoveConnection style talk show (with Roger as host). In another, she flees in terror when Doug is dared to kiss her, crashing through a door and leaving an ImpactSilhouette of herself while Doug tauntingly chases her ("Pucker up, here I come!"). And in a third, Doug imagines himself in a laboratory strapped to a table while Roger the mad scientist hypnotizes him and forces him to tell the truth about his feelings for Patti in a robotic monotone voice.

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* "Doug Throws a Party": Doug's fantasies during the Truth or Dare game are funny in part because they involve characters acting the opposite of the way we'd expect them to act. In one fantasy, Patti badmouths Doug and rants about how terrible their movie date was while appearing on a LoveConnection ''Series/LoveConnection'' style talk show (with Roger as host). In another, she flees in terror when Doug is dared to kiss her, crashing through a door and leaving an ImpactSilhouette of herself while Doug tauntingly chases her ("Pucker up, here I come!"). And in a third, Doug imagines himself in a laboratory strapped to a table while Roger the mad scientist hypnotizes him and forces him to tell the truth about his feelings for Patti in a robotic monotone voice.
12th Jan '18 8:36:55 PM SPBurke
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* In the Disney version, Doug's English teacher Ms. Kristal gets ''really'' into reading to the class, to the point she dresses in costume to match the book. [[BeyondTheImpossible This even includes ''flying'' while reading Peter Pan]].
-->'''Doug:''' We're ''still'' wondering how she did that.

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* In the Disney version, Doug's English teacher Ms. Kristal gets ''really'' into reading to the class, to the point she dresses in costume to match the book. [[BeyondTheImpossible This even includes ''flying'' actually flying while reading Peter Pan]].
-->'''Doug:''' We're ''still'' wondering how she did that.that!
12th Jan '18 8:36:35 PM SPBurke
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* In the Disney version, Doug's English teacher Ms. Kristal gets ''really'' into reading to the class, to the point she dresses in costume to match the book. [[BeyondTheImpossible This even includes ''flying'' while reading Peter Pan]].
-->'''Doug:''' We're ''still'' wondering how she did that.
6th Dec '17 7:18:26 PM CJCroen1393
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** Quite a few of Judy's antics in the episode. One scene has her prepping for her performance by screaming "I HATE YOU!!!!" at a mirror. And then, when Doug shows up to ask her about her performances, she responds by calmly saying "Yes I'm performing at your school tomorrow and no nothing you can say will change my mind." [[GenreSavvy before he can even get a word out]].
5th Oct '17 3:43:22 PM EnglishGuruLady
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**From the same episode, the ending: Roger dares Doug to take off Connie's hat and expose her bad haircut. Doug refuses, but Roger ends up snatching the hat off anyway. Connie's response is to punch him in the stomach and exclaim, "Why don't you ''grow up,'' you big baby?" Roger doubles over in pain and spends the rest of the night sulking on the Funnie's porch.
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