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10th Apr '16 8:49:46 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* On Wrestling/RingOfHonor television, Beer City Bruiser carries a keg to the ring, mainly so he can rest his foot on it in this manner.[[/folder]]
25th Mar '16 10:13:38 PM JackG
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* On Howard Stern's late-80's TV show, one episode took place at a house party. Four women were hypnotized so that when they looked at Howard, they would see him with no pants on and having a large penis. Howard then struck this pose with his foot on the armrest of the couch the women were sitting o

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* On Howard Stern's late-80's TV show, one episode took place at a house party. Four women were hypnotized so that when they looked at Howard, they would see him with no pants on and having a large penis. Howard then struck this pose with his foot on the armrest of the couch the women were sitting oon.



* ''Series/GetSmart''. Max is watching a newsreel about a famous Depression-era outlaw (also played by Don Adams). The outlaw is just as bumbling as Max, as he strikes this pose only to break off the bumper of his car when he puts his foot on it.

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* ''Series/GetSmart''. Max is watching a newsreel about a famous Depression-era outlaw (also played by Don Adams). Adams). The outlaw is just as bumbling as Max, as he strikes this pose only to break off the bumper of his car when he puts his foot on it.
25th Mar '16 10:13:10 PM JackG
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* ''Series/GetSmart''. Max is watching a newsreel about a famous Depression-era outlaw (also played by Don Adams). The outlaw is just as bumbling as Max, as he strikes this pose only to break off the bumper of his car when he puts his foot on it.
4th Jan '16 9:45:13 PM DragonQuestZ
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This can overlap with ModelingPoses depending on the product.
17th Nov '15 7:42:58 PM HiddenWindshield
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* [[http://www.captainmorgan.com/ Captain Morgan rum]], as seen above, is the TropeNamer. There is a series of television advertisements where everyday people in random places strike the pose, finishing with "There's a little Captain in all of us."\\
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One ad starts with two guys at a bar, standing next to a pair of girls who are sitting down. The guys are panting with exertion for about half a minute...then the camera pans out to reveal that they're doing the Captain Morgan pose, with the girls using their legs as stools.

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* [[http://www.captainmorgan.com/ Captain Morgan rum]], as seen above, is the TropeNamer. There is a series of television advertisements where everyday people in random places strike the pose, finishing with "There's a little Captain in all of us."\\
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One ad starts with two guys at a bar, standing next to a pair of girls who are sitting down. The guys are panting with exertion for about half a minute...then the camera pans out to reveal that they're doing the Captain Morgan pose, with the girls using their legs as stools.
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27th Aug '15 6:50:07 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/TheGiantGilaMonster'' uses this pose to a ridiculous degree. When it was featured on ''MST3K,'' they dedicated a whole host segment to pointing out how many times the pose was used, complete with a compilation of still shots. "You know, a smart fellow could put his knee up on such a thing."

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* ''Film/TheGiantGilaMonster'' uses this pose to a ridiculous degree. When it was featured on ''MST3K,'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000,'' they dedicated a whole host segment to pointing out how many times the pose was used, complete with a compilation of still shots. "You know, a smart fellow could put his knee up on such a thing."
7th Aug '15 8:00:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''YouDontMessWithTheZohan'': Used as less of a pose and more of a theme.
* ''TheGiantGilaMonster'' uses this pose to a ridiculous degree. When it was featured on ''MST3K,'' they dedicated a whole host segment to pointing out how many times the pose was used, complete with a compilation of still shots. "You know, a smart fellow could put his knee up on such a thing."

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* ''YouDontMessWithTheZohan'': ''Film/YouDontMessWithTheZohan'': Used as less of a pose and more of a theme.
* ''TheGiantGilaMonster'' ''Film/TheGiantGilaMonster'' uses this pose to a ridiculous degree. When it was featured on ''MST3K,'' they dedicated a whole host segment to pointing out how many times the pose was used, complete with a compilation of still shots. "You know, a smart fellow could put his knee up on such a thing."



* Happens on ''TheDrewCareyShow''. In one episode, Drew's boss does this while wearing spandex shorts, noooot a pretty sight...

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* Happens on ''TheDrewCareyShow''.''Series/TheDrewCareyShow''. In one episode, Drew's boss does this while wearing spandex shorts, noooot a pretty sight...



* On ''TopGear'', Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond do one to [[VitriolicBestBuds mock James May]].

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* On ''TopGear'', ''Series/TopGear'', Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond do one to [[VitriolicBestBuds mock James May]].
23rd Jul '15 5:37:04 PM nombretomado
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* [[MegaManLegends Tron Bonne]] combines this with a NoblewomansLaugh as her taunt in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'', as well as using it to aim her shots.

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* [[MegaManLegends [[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Tron Bonne]] combines this with a NoblewomansLaugh as her taunt in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'', as well as using it to aim her shots.
28th May '15 1:47:49 PM eroock
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* Woody in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' places his foot triumphantly on Mr. Potato Head in the FakeActionPrologue.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
27th Mar '15 7:08:21 PM nombretomado
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* ''FamilyGuy'': Parodied -- Peter strikes the pose three times in a campaign ad. First he's in a classroom, and he puts his foot on a desk. Then he's in a school hallway, and he puts his foot up on another desk. Then he's in the middle of a football field, and there just happens to be ''another'' desk for him to stick his foot on.

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* ''FamilyGuy'': ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'': Parodied -- Peter strikes the pose three times in a campaign ad. First he's in a classroom, and he puts his foot on a desk. Then he's in a school hallway, and he puts his foot up on another desk. Then he's in the middle of a football field, and there just happens to be ''another'' desk for him to stick his foot on.
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