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4th Jan '16 9:45:13 PM DragonQuestZ
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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."\\ \\ 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."\\ \\ 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."
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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[[folder:Film]][[folder:Films -- Animation]] * Woody in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' places his foot triumphantly on Mr. Potato Head in the FakeActionPrologue. [[/folder]] [[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.
19th Mar '15 7:53:26 PM nombretomado
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* Commissar Literature/CiaphasCain ('''HERO OF THE IMPERIUM!''') is often like this or in a similar pose, notably on (where else) [[http://www.blacklibrary.com/Images/Product/DefaultBL/xlarge/hero-imperium.jpg the cover of the HERO OF THE IMPERIUM book]]). Being {{Flashman}} InSpace doesn't hurt.
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* Commissar Literature/CiaphasCain ('''HERO OF THE IMPERIUM!''') is often like this or in a similar pose, notably on (where else) [[http://www.blacklibrary.com/Images/Product/DefaultBL/xlarge/hero-imperium.jpg the cover of the HERO OF THE IMPERIUM book]]). Being {{Flashman}} {{Literature/Flashman}} InSpace doesn't hurt.
19th Mar '15 7:53:17 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Flashman}}'': Several depictions of Harry Paget Flashman like to do this, in keeping with his FakeUltimateHero status. Also in keeping to [[ReallyGetsAround his]] [[KavorkaMan character]], it's usually subverted with a scantily-clad woman clinging to his legs.
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* ''{{Flashman}}'': ''{{Literature/Flashman}}'': Several depictions of Harry Paget Flashman like to do this, in keeping with his FakeUltimateHero status. Also in keeping to [[ReallyGetsAround his]] [[KavorkaMan character]], it's usually subverted with a scantily-clad woman clinging to his legs.
4th Oct '14 7:05:32 AM shamblingdead
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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 on.
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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 on.o * ''Series/{{Charmed}}'': Dr. Griffiths strikes this pose during his TV interview in the season 3 finale.
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