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10th Aug '17 12:12:09 PM SAMAS
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* Quite possibly the default in ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry.''

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* Quite possibly the default in ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry.''''In one Gene Deitch cartoon set in the WildWest, a wheel of cheese in the store's display window labeled "Cheddar" is switched with "Swiss" after it gets shot full of holes.
5th May '17 5:11:31 AM StarTropes
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* ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'' creator Stephan Pastis has said that the best way to draw cheese is to draw a box-like object, put a bunch of holes in it, and have someone refer to it as "cheese". (That last part is probably to keep readers from assuming that the object in question is a dishwashing sponge.)
28th Apr '17 8:42:44 PM LinTaylor
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** ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' has the same set-up, but uses it for a ShoutOut: one house in Markarth has a cheese wheel positioned with garlic and a bowl to look like a scene out of ''VideoGame/PacMan''.
26th Mar '17 1:22:07 PM Prfnoff
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* The first puzzle in ''[[SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam & Max Save the World]]'' involves getting some Swiss cheese to bribe Jimmy Two-Teeth. The problem is that the generic cheese Max bought is solid, and the solution is to have Sam whip out his huge revolver and plug it full of holes himself. According to the easy-to-trick Jimmy, generic cheese + holes = Swiss, which hews close enough to this trope to count.
* ''VideoGame/JamesPond 3: Operation Starfi5h'' was set on the moon, which is of course made entirely out of this kind of cheese. Interestingly, although most of the area names are puns on many different cheese varieties, all the levels are the same bright-yellow-holey stuff.

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* The first puzzle in ''[[SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam & Max Save the World]]'' ''VideoGame/SamAndMaxSaveTheWorld'' involves getting some Swiss cheese to bribe Jimmy Two-Teeth. The problem is that the generic cheese Max bought is solid, and the solution is to have Sam whip out his huge revolver and plug it full of holes himself. According to the easy-to-trick Jimmy, generic cheese + holes = Swiss, which hews close enough to this trope to count.
* ''VideoGame/JamesPond 3: Operation Starfi5h'' [=Starfi5h=]'' was set on the moon, which is of course made entirely out of this kind of cheese. Interestingly, although most of the area names are puns on many different cheese varieties, all the levels are the same bright-yellow-holey stuff.
25th Mar '17 4:33:04 PM schoi30
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheGarfieldShow'': Slightly averted where TV star and chef, Eddie Gormon, opens "Cheese Land", an amusement park made entirely out of cheese. Slighty averted, where there's slightly more cheese varieties seen (bleu, cheddar, american) but are overshadowed by most of the cartoon cheese making up the amusement park.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheGarfieldShow'': Slightly averted where TV star and chef, Eddie Gormon, opens "Cheese Land", an amusement park made entirely out of cheese. Slighty Slightly averted, where there's slightly more cheese varieties seen (bleu, cheddar, american) but are overshadowed by most of the cartoon cheese making up the amusement park.



* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' built the ''CHEESETOPIA'' in the episode Remains of a Platypus, guess which shape and form it had?

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' built the ''CHEESETOPIA'' in the episode Remains of a Platypus, guess which shape and form it had?had? Though partially averted in that more cheese varieties are also present.
19th Mar '17 2:38:32 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[{{Nitrome}} Cheese Dreams]]'' features as its protagonist a sentient moon made of this stuff. More of it ([[FridgeHorror hopefully not originally sentient]]) can be seen in liquefied form powering the mouselike antagonists' spaceship.

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* ''[[{{Nitrome}} ''[[{{Creator/Nitrome}} Cheese Dreams]]'' features as its protagonist a sentient moon made of this stuff. More of it ([[FridgeHorror hopefully not originally sentient]]) can be seen in liquefied form powering the mouselike antagonists' spaceship.
25th Jan '17 2:23:12 PM DoktorvonEurotrash
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* Lars from''WebComic/GirlGenius'' was a cheesemaker's apprentice who stopped to watch a play and joined the circus. This is illustraded in his flashback as him carrying wheels of yellow swiss on a big stick over his shoulder.

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* Lars from''WebComic/GirlGenius'' from ''WebComic/GirlGenius'' was a cheesemaker's apprentice who stopped to watch a play and joined the circus. This is illustraded in his flashback as him carrying wheels of yellow swiss on a big stick over his shoulder.
18th Sep '16 6:15:31 PM jamespolk
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** [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Ham_in_a_Role A Ham in a Role]]

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** [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Ham_in_a_Role ''WesternAnimation/AHamInARole'': A Ham in a Role]]would-be Shakespearean actor gets stinky Limburger cheese dropped on him as he's reciting the "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" line from ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet''.
8th Sep '16 2:44:29 AM dvorak
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* Lars from''WebComic/GirlGenius'' was a cheesemaker's apprentice who stopped to watch a play and joined the circus. This is illustraded in his flashback as him carrying wheels of yellow swiss on a big stick over his shoulder.
* The villlain "[[SpellMyNameWithAThe The Cheese]]" from ''WebComic/{{Roomies}}'' (which evolved into ''Joyce and Walky''), is a godlike robot constructed from a material that looks exactly like cartoon cheese( but is implied to be a golden metal pitted from aeons of use). Which gives him his name.

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* Lars from''WebComic/GirlGenius'' from''WebComic/GirlGenius'' was a cheesemaker's apprentice who stopped to watch a play and joined the circus. This is illustraded in his flashback as him carrying wheels of yellow swiss on a big stick over his shoulder.
* The villlain "[[SpellMyNameWithAThe The Cheese]]" from ''WebComic/{{Roomies}}'' (which evolved into ''Joyce and Walky''), ''WebComic/ItsWalky'' is a godlike robot constructed from a material that looks exactly like cartoon cheese( but is implied to be a golden metal pitted from aeons of use). Which gives him his name.
8th Sep '16 2:43:20 AM dvorak
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* Lars from''WebComic/GirlGenius'' was a cheesemaker's apprentice who stopped to watch a play and joined the circus, is illustraded in his flashback as carrying wheels of yellow, holey cheese on a big stick over his shoulder.
* The villlain "[[SpellMyNameWithAThe The Cheese]]" from ''WebComic/{{Roomies}}'' (which evolved into ''Joyce and Walky''), is a robot constructed from a material that looks exactl like cartoon cheese. Which gives him his name.

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* Lars from''WebComic/GirlGenius'' from''WebComic/GirlGenius'' was a cheesemaker's apprentice who stopped to watch a play and joined the circus, circus. This is illustraded in his flashback as him carrying wheels of yellow, holey cheese yellow swiss on a big stick over his shoulder.
* The villlain "[[SpellMyNameWithAThe The Cheese]]" from ''WebComic/{{Roomies}}'' (which evolved into ''Joyce and Walky''), is a godlike robot constructed from a material that looks exactl exactly like cartoon cheese.cheese( but is implied to be a golden metal pitted from aeons of use). Which gives him his name.
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