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20th Jul '16 2:10:38 PM Vir
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* In the early ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' episode "Seeing Red", before Terrence gets the idea to conjure an imaginary friend to distract Bloo so he can bully Mac, he conjures a talking slice of pizza, who he promptly eats as it screams in agony.

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* In the early ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' episode "Seeing Red", before Terrence gets the idea to conjure an imaginary friend to distract Bloo so he can bully Mac, he conjures a talking slice of pizza, who whom he promptly eats as it screams in agony.
20th Jul '16 2:09:59 PM Vir
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* The ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "No Hat for Pat": Mr. Krabs gives Patrick a job holding a sign directing people to the Krusty Krab, but Patrick directs a guy to the Chum Bucket instead. Shortly after, it's implied that the guy died from eating [[LethalChef Plankton]]'s food because four more fish come onscreen carrying a coffin.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'':
** In "Chimps Ahoy", [=SpongeBob=] uses one of Sandy's inventions, a helmet that lets you talk to nuts, to talk to a peanut. Sandy then uses another invention to turn the nut into coffee, its agonized screaming now being audible. [=SpongeBob=] is mortified as {{Taps}} plays.
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"No Hat for Pat": Pat", Mr. Krabs gives Patrick a job holding a sign directing people to the Krusty Krab, but Patrick directs a guy to the Chum Bucket instead. Shortly after, it's implied that the guy died from eating [[LethalChef Plankton]]'s food because four more fish come onscreen carrying a coffin.
22nd Jun '16 12:45:58 PM Vir
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* In the early ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' episode "Seeing Red", before Terrence gets the idea to conjure an imaginary friend to distract Bloo so he can bully Mac, he conjures a talking slice of pizza, who he promptly eats as it screams in agony.
20th Jun '16 5:06:52 AM Vir
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* The ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' episode "No Hat for Pat": Mr. Krabs gives Patrick a job holding a sign directing people to the Krusty Krab, but Patrick directs a guy to the Chum Bucket instead. Shortly after, it's implied that the guy died from eating [[LethalChef Plankton]]'s food because four more fish come onscreen carrying a coffin.
12th Jun '16 11:05:30 AM FordPrefect
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* There are a few moments on ''Series/ICarly'' that don't really fit with the rest of the shows humour. One being an elderly clown at a party having a heart attack and dying, with it being treated casually by the cast.

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* There are a few moments on ''Series/ICarly'' that don't really fit with the rest of the shows show's humour. One being was an elderly clown at a party having a heart attack and dying, with it being treated casually by the cast.rest of the cast treating it casually.
1st Jun '16 4:14:55 AM Andyroid
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** In the episode "Joking Victim", Sadie tells Steven that they don't make their own donuts at Big Donut ever since [[NoodleIncident "the accident"]], and it pans over to show a scorched section of wall with a human silhouette outlined. It then abruptly cuts to Sadie getting ready to show Steven the Big Donut training video.

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** In the episode "Joking Victim", Sadie tells Steven that they don't make their own donuts at Big Donut ever since [[NoodleIncident "the accident"]], Incident"]], and it pans over to show a scorched section of wall with a human silhouette outlined. It then abruptly cuts to Sadie getting ready to show Steven the Big Donut training video.



** After Peridot tried to give Lapis a pool as a peace offering, Lapis explains to her the anguish of being trapped underwater in a creepy serious monotone.

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** After Peridot tried to give Lapis a pool as a peace offering, offering in "Barn Mates", Lapis explains to her the anguish of being trapped underwater in a creepy serious monotone.
28th May '16 9:41:48 AM Quackeytrope
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* ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' episode "Where There's a Will, There's a Way'', where Hilary's boyfriend dies on ''live television'' when he proposes to her while bungee-jumping. The LaughTrack plays, and if that wasn't jarring enough, the scene becomes a RunningGag in a show that would normally treat the death of a character and the psychological effect it has on their widow very seriously.

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* ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' episode "Where There's a Will, There's a Way'', Way", where Hilary's boyfriend dies on ''live television'' when he proposes to her while bungee-jumping. The LaughTrack plays, and if that wasn't jarring enough, the scene becomes a RunningGag in a show that would normally treat the death of a character and the psychological effect it has on their widow very seriously.
28th May '16 9:40:41 AM Quackeytrope
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* ''Series/FreshPrinceOfBelAir'' has "Where There's a Will, There's a Way'', where Hilary's boyfriend dies on ''live television'' when he proposes to her while bungee-jumping. The LaughTrack plays, and if that wasn't jarring enough, the scene becomes a RunningGag in a show that would normally treat the death of a character and the psychological effect it has on their widow very seriously.

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* ''Series/FreshPrinceOfBelAir'' has ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' episode "Where There's a Will, There's a Way'', where Hilary's boyfriend dies on ''live television'' when he proposes to her while bungee-jumping. The LaughTrack plays, and if that wasn't jarring enough, the scene becomes a RunningGag in a show that would normally treat the death of a character and the psychological effect it has on their widow very seriously.
28th May '16 9:39:01 AM Quackeytrope
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* ''Series/FreshPrinceOfBelAir'' has "Where There's a Will, There's a Way'', where Hilary's boyfriend dies on ''live television'' when he proposes to her while bungee-jumping. The LaughTrack plays, and if that wasn't jarring enough, the scene becomes a RunningGag in a show that would normally treat the death of a character and the psychological effect it has on their widow very seriously.
25th May '16 5:39:45 PM Drrahcir7x2
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** After Peridot tried to give Lapis a pool as a peace offering, Lapis explains to her the anguish of being trapped underwater in a creepy serious monotone.
-->"It was an endless crushing darkness, WET and BLEAK and SUFFOCATING, water was the tomb that I live in for those months."
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