History Literature / CallahansCrosstimeSaloon

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** Reggie from ''Lady Slings The Booze'' is actually [[JeevesAndWooster Reginald Jeeves]].

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** Reggie from ''Lady Slings The Booze'' is actually [[JeevesAndWooster [[Literature/JeevesAndWooster Reginald Jeeves]].
2nd May '17 12:10:30 AM ReturnedYetAgain
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* BigBeautifulWoman: Callahan's daughter, Mary. This is what makes her attractive to both Jake[[spoiler: and her eventual husband, Mickey Finn.]]

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* BigBeautifulWoman: Callahan's daughter, Mary. This is what makes her attractive to both Jake[[spoiler: Jake [[spoiler: and her eventual husband, Mickey Finn.]]
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* BigBeautifulWoman: Callahan's daughter, Mary. This is what makes her attractive to both Jake[[spoiler: and her eventual husband, Mickey Finn.]]
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* EvilStoleMyFaith: This happens to the Rev. Tom Hauptmann while spending 10 years in a Latin American prison, losing his wife and his place in the world in the process. The Callahan's gang, and his reaction to a robbery at the bar, reassure him that even with changing times, [[RestoredMyFaithInHumanity right and wrong remain the same.]]
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* GettingTheBoot: In the 1940s, a man named Big Beef McCaffery tried to stiff Mike Callahan. Callahan responded by throwing him out the door. [[ThereWasADoor Without opening it first.]] The resulting crack in the door was left unrepaired and served as a reminder for the next ''forty years.''

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* GettingTheBoot: In the 1940s, a man named Big Beef McCaffery [=McCaffery=] tried to stiff Mike Callahan. Callahan responded by throwing him out the door. [[ThereWasADoor Without opening it first.]] The resulting crack in the door was left unrepaired and served as a reminder for the next ''forty years.''
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* GettingTheBoot: In the 1940s, a man named Big Beef McCaffery tried to stiff Mike Callahan. Callahan responded by throwing him out the door. [[ThereWasADoor Without opening it first.]] The resulting crack in the door was left unrepaired and served as a reminder for the next ''forty years.''
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* HistoricalInJoke: Joe Quigley's resemblance to Dan Rather accidentally causes the famous "Kenneth, what is the frequency?" attack against Rather in 1986.

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* HistoricalInJoke: Joe Quigley's resemblance to Dan Rather accidentally causes the famous "Kenneth, what is the frequency?" attack against Rather in 1986. Given the number of times that the resemblance is mentioned ''without'' mentioning the name, this also counts as the payoff of a BrickJoke.
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* RunningGag: The Lady Sally's stories often note a Jewish-looking guy with a carpenter's belt in the background ... [[LamePun sometimes on a crutch, sometimes on a pogo stick]], etc.

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* RunningGag: The Lady Sally's stories often note a Jewish-looking guy with a carpenter's belt in the background ... [[LamePun [[StealthPun sometimes on a crutch, sometimes on a pogo stick]], etc.
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* RunningGag: The Lady Sally's stories often note a Jewish-looking guy with a carpenter's belt in the background ... [[LamePun sometimes on a crutch, sometimes on a pogo stick]], etc.
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* CelebrityResemblance: Yes, Joe Quigley looks a lot like Dan Rather. He's sick of hearing it.


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* HistoricalInJoke: Joe Quigley's resemblance to Dan Rather accidentally causes the famous "Kenneth, what is the frequency?" attack against Rather in 1986.


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* PrivateDetective: Joe Quigley, the protagonist of ''Lady Slings the Booze,'' who is hired by an unnamed [[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed Ed Koch]] to investigate a series of mysterious occurrences at Lady Sally's.
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