History Funny / TheTick

8th Mar '18 3:46:38 AM SideburnsKid
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* ''The Tick vs. Brainchild'' opens with Tick claiming to have a knack with electronics, before accidentally destroying Arthur's microwave. Later, as he tries to talk Brainchild out of his evil scheme...
-->'''Tick:''' I really think think I'm getting through, Arthur. I have a knack with kids.
-->'''Arthur:''' [[HarmfulToMinors Not like your knack with microwaves, I hope.]]
-->'''Tick:''' You know, you can be quite cryptic sometimes.
5th Mar '18 2:41:24 PM Grudgeal
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*** The Human Ton later mangles the reference as "sulking in his tent like a guy from Chilé", which causes Arthur and Handy to gang up on correcting him.
24th Feb '18 8:49:42 PM sslemmons
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-->'''Scientist:''' ''(lightning struck the gigantic pants, setting them on fire)'' LIAR, LAIR! ''PANTS ON FIRE!''

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-->'''Scientist:''' ''(lightning struck the gigantic pants, setting them on fire)'' LIAR, LAIR! LIAR! ''PANTS ON FIRE!''



** After Tick and Arthur have a falling out over Tick ruining Arthurs credit rating, leading to him kicking Tick out, Tick sulks in his rickety "crime tower" like a child in a treehouse.
** Handy saying that Tick is "[[AchillesInHisTent sulking in his tent like Achilles]]" and the rest of the Terror's LegionOfDoom just stare blankly at him. This is especially funny with Stalingrad, who's a graduate student and should atleast recognize the reference.

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** After Tick and Arthur have a falling out over Tick ruining Arthurs Arthur's credit rating, leading to him kicking Tick out, Tick sulks in his rickety "crime tower" like a child in a treehouse.
** Handy saying that Tick is "[[AchillesInHisTent sulking in his tent like Achilles]]" and the rest of the Terror's LegionOfDoom just stare blankly at him. This is especially funny with Stalingrad, who's a graduate student and should atleast at least recognize the reference.



** When the Tick finally shows up, Stalingrand and Tuun-La, Not of This World, immediatly pull a ScrewThisImOuttaHere and decides to elope together. Whats extra funny is that Stalingrad tells Tuun-La he "always loved her", even though they met like a week ago.
** Arthur gets the closest thing he has to an arch-enemy; Handy, the Human Ton's CompanionCube. Whats even sadder is that Handy is WINNING at first.

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** When the Tick finally shows up, Stalingrand and Tuun-La, Not of This World, immediatly pull a ScrewThisImOuttaHere and decides decide to elope together. Whats What's extra funny is that Stalingrad tells Tuun-La he "always loved her", her," even though they met like a week ago.
** Arthur gets the closest thing he has to an arch-enemy; Handy, the Human Ton's CompanionCube. Whats What's even sadder is that Handy is WINNING at first.
24th Feb '18 8:46:57 PM sslemmons
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* In "Coach Fussel's Lament", Charles kidnaps The Tick, uses a giant ray gun to turn him [[ItMakesSenseInContext into a two-headed Bluebird that can only speak French]], and holds an auction to sell him to the highest bidder, inviting all of the major villains of The City. Naturally, Author rallies his super hero friends to mount a rescue, which leads to Charles' house getting wrecked. That's when he sees his parents coming home and when Charles says "Oh great, my parents...", all the villains panic and drive off. The sight several adult villains running away as if they're kids afraid of getting busted is ''hilarious''.

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* In "Coach Fussel's Lament", Charles kidnaps The Tick, uses a giant ray gun to turn him [[ItMakesSenseInContext into a two-headed Bluebird that can only speak French]], and holds an auction to sell him to the highest bidder, inviting all of the major villains of The City. Naturally, Author Arthur rallies his super hero friends to mount a rescue, which leads to Charles' house getting wrecked. That's when he sees his parents coming home and when Charles says "Oh great, my parents...", all the villains panic and drive off. The sight several adult villains running away as if they're kids afraid of getting busted is ''hilarious''.
28th Jul '17 12:44:41 PM SilentStranger
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** The ridiculously underwhelming performance of The Hey's much-hyped ultimate weapon, the 8-Ball, a floating 8-ball from a pool table that can fly at incredible speed and has undefined cosmic powers. When it finally corners The Tick at the Hey's base, he tells it to do it's worst... and it just smacks ineffectively against his forehead and drops to the ground. What really sells it is Tick's incredulous reaction as he picks it up and casually throws it away, and the Hey's awed worship of him like he just performed some legendary feat.


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** Tick takes very well to the continental european style of superheroics; coffee and pastry for breakfast, patroling til lunch, a siesta, then dancing all night at the town hotspots.
** Tick's rematch with Eastern-Bloc Robot Cowboy, the foremost robotics export of the former USSR, who transplanted his brain into a walking, talking vending machine (that speaks like a bad cowboy movie), equipped with laser guns. This time, Tick hits him with a quarter right in his coin slot, causing his brain to be ejected from the machine.
--> '''Tick''': Alright! I bought his brain!
** Octo-Paganini and Robot Cowboy's ultimate plan; replacing the King of Belgium with a robot duplicate. While the robot looks okay, it has very obvious hinges on its jaw and speaks in a ridiculously unconvincing robot voice.


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* "The Tick Vs Arthur's Bank Account"
** The Tick telling Arthur they need to come up with battle cries.
--> '''Tick''': You know, the things we say as we rush into battle!
--> '''Arthur''': Oh, you mean like "Not in the face, not in the face"?
--> '''Tick''': Hmm, lacks force, chum.
** After Tick and Arthur have a falling out over Tick ruining Arthurs credit rating, leading to him kicking Tick out, Tick sulks in his rickety "crime tower" like a child in a treehouse.
** Handy saying that Tick is "[[AchillesInHisTent sulking in his tent like Achilles]]" and the rest of the Terror's LegionOfDoom just stare blankly at him. This is especially funny with Stalingrad, who's a graduate student and should atleast recognize the reference.
** When American Maid says WeNeedADistraction, Arthur just recites "Itsy Bitsy Spider" to the villains.
** When the Tick finally shows up, Stalingrand and Tuun-La, Not of This World, immediatly pull a ScrewThisImOuttaHere and decides to elope together. Whats extra funny is that Stalingrad tells Tuun-La he "always loved her", even though they met like a week ago.
** Arthur gets the closest thing he has to an arch-enemy; Handy, the Human Ton's CompanionCube. Whats even sadder is that Handy is WINNING at first.
15th Mar '17 7:37:52 PM TitoMosquito
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* In "The Tick vs. Science", almost all the characters have their minds switched. Arthur ends up in the body of Dr. Mung Mung's tongue monster he met earlier.
--->'''Arthur-in-Tung-Tung:''' I can taste the floor! I can taste everything!\\\

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* In "The Tick vs. Science", almost all the characters have their minds switched. Arthur ends up in the body of Dr. Mung Mung's tongue monster Tung-Tung he met earlier.
--->'''Arthur-in-Tung-Tung:''' -->'''Arthur-in-Tung-Tung:''' I can taste the floor! I can taste everything!\\\everything!



--->'''Tick-in-Zebra:''' How are you doing up there, Arthur?\\

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--->'''Tick-in-Zebra:''' -->'''Tick-in-Zebra:''' How are you doing up there, Arthur?\\



* In "The Tick vs. Dinosaur Neil", a scientist creates a gigantic pair of pants to trap the rampaging Dinosaur Neil in.

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* In "The Tick vs. Dinosaur Neil", a scientist (who's a parody of Film/DrStrangelove) creates a gigantic pair of pants to trap the rampaging Dinosaur Neil in.
15th Mar '17 7:29:52 PM TitoMosquito
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-->'''Arthur:''' I can taste the floor! I can taste everything!

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-->'''Arthur:''' --->'''Arthur-in-Tung-Tung:''' I can taste the floor! I can taste everything!everything!\\\
** As they march to Chairface Chippendale's home:
--->'''Tick-in-Zebra:''' How are you doing up there, Arthur?\\
'''Arthur-in-Tung-Tung:''' I can taste your back.\\
''[Tick-in-Zebra screams]''
* In "The Tick vs. Dinosaur Neil", a scientist creates a gigantic pair of pants to trap the rampaging Dinosaur Neil in.
-->'''Scientist:''' ''(lightning struck the gigantic pants, setting them on fire)'' LIAR, LAIR! ''PANTS ON FIRE!''
15th Mar '17 6:53:41 PM TitoMosquito
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* In "The Tick vs. Science", almost all the characters have their minds switched. Arthur ends up in the body of Dr. Mung Mung's tongue monster he met earlier.
-->'''Arthur:''' I can taste the floor! I can taste everything!
1st Mar '17 1:59:22 PM Bailoroc
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* In "Coach Fussel's Lament", Charles kidnaps The Tick, uses a giant ray gun to turn him [[ItMakesSenseInContext into a two-headed Bluebird that can only speak French]], and holds an auction to sell him to the highest bidder, inviting all of the major villains of The City. Naturally, Author rallies his super hero friends to mount a rescue, which leads to Charles' house getting wrecked. That's when he sees his parents coming home and when Charles says "Oh no, it's my parents!", all the villains panic and drive off. The sight several adult villains running away as if they're kids afraid of getting busted is ''hilarious''.

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* In "Coach Fussel's Lament", Charles kidnaps The Tick, uses a giant ray gun to turn him [[ItMakesSenseInContext into a two-headed Bluebird that can only speak French]], and holds an auction to sell him to the highest bidder, inviting all of the major villains of The City. Naturally, Author rallies his super hero friends to mount a rescue, which leads to Charles' house getting wrecked. That's when he sees his parents coming home and when Charles says "Oh no, it's great, my parents!", parents...", all the villains panic and drive off. The sight several adult villains running away as if they're kids afraid of getting busted is ''hilarious''.
1st Mar '17 1:57:16 PM Bailoroc
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* In "Coach Fussel's Lament", Charles kidnaps The Tick, uses a giant ray gun to turn him [[ItMakesSenseInContext, into a two-headed Bluebird that can only speak French]], and holds an auction to sell him to the highest bidder, inviting all of the major villains of The City. Naturally, Author rallies his super hero friends to mount a rescue, which leads to Charles' house getting wrecked. That's when he sees his parents coming home and when Charles says "Oh no, it's my parents!", all the villains panic and drive off. The sight several adult villains running away as if they're kids afraid of getting busted is ''hilarious''.

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* In "Coach Fussel's Lament", Charles kidnaps The Tick, uses a giant ray gun to turn him [[ItMakesSenseInContext, [[ItMakesSenseInContext into a two-headed Bluebird that can only speak French]], and holds an auction to sell him to the highest bidder, inviting all of the major villains of The City. Naturally, Author rallies his super hero friends to mount a rescue, which leads to Charles' house getting wrecked. That's when he sees his parents coming home and when Charles says "Oh no, it's my parents!", all the villains panic and drive off. The sight several adult villains running away as if they're kids afraid of getting busted is ''hilarious''.
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