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25th Jan '16 7:04:37 AM Vir
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* ''[[http://ysdtic.com You Shouldn't Do That In Comics]]''. Written/"drawn" by a WAM fetishist, and inspired by "You Can't Do That on Television"
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* ''[[http://ysdtic.com You Shouldn't Do That In Comics]]''. Written/"drawn" by a WAM fetishist, and inspired by "You Can't Do That on Television"''Series/YouCantDoThatOnTelevision''.

* From ''TheOnion'': [[http://www.theonion.com/articles/exnickelodeon-stars-relate-horrors-of-green-slime,1174/ "Ex-Nickelodeon Stars Relate Horrors Of Green Slime Syndrome"]].
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* From ''TheOnion'': Website/TheOnion: [[http://www.theonion.com/articles/exnickelodeon-stars-relate-horrors-of-green-slime,1174/ "Ex-Nickelodeon Stars Relate Horrors Of Green Slime Syndrome"]].
9th Jan '16 1:00:57 PM Morgenthaler
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* This happens to AvrilLavigne in the video for "He Wasn't" * JessieJ does this to herself in the video for "Who's Laughing Now"
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* This happens to AvrilLavigne Music/AvrilLavigne in the video for "He Wasn't" * JessieJ Music/JessieJ does this to herself in the video for "Who's Laughing Now"
30th Dec '15 12:15:33 PM Prfnoff
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* In ''The Incredible Shrinking Woman'', [[IncredibleShrinkingMan the increasingly tiny]] housewife Pat falls into a garbage disposal. It gets worse when the maid, who is oblivious to the situation because she's listening to a radio very loudly, starts scraping off the plates into the disposal.
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* In ''The Incredible Shrinking Woman'', ''Film/TheIncredibleShrinkingWoman'', [[IncredibleShrinkingMan the increasingly tiny]] housewife Pat falls into a garbage disposal. It gets worse when the maid, who is oblivious to the situation because she's listening to a radio very loudly, starts scraping off the plates into the disposal.

* In an episode of ''{{Cheers}}'', the gang get into a FoodFight, and as we're going to actually get to see Norm's wife Vera -- who has remained unseen throughout the show -- she gets hit in the face with a bowl of mashed potatoes!
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* In an episode of ''{{Cheers}}'', ''Series/{{Cheers}}'', the gang get into a FoodFight, and as we're going to actually get to see Norm's wife Vera -- who has remained unseen throughout the show -- she gets hit in the face with a bowl of mashed potatoes!
24th Dec '15 6:27:11 PM CerotechOmega
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* All the characters in ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'' are armed with ink-based weaponry. Splattering is a core part of the gameplay.
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* All the characters in ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon}}'' are armed with ink-based weaponry. Splattering is a core part of the gameplay. You can actually tell how damaged someone is just by looking at how much of their body is covered in your (team's) ink. [[TooDumbToLive Just don't stare too long.]]
19th Dec '15 1:55:10 AM kazokuhouou
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* During one ''[[Series/BigFatQuizOfTheYear Big Fat Quiz of the 90's]]'' after being asked about this trope on ''Noel's House Party'', Jimmy reveals he's rented the gunge tank, planning on sliming the losers. Richard (who was most likely to lose) promptly threatened to kill Jimmy in his sleep. [[spoiler: In the end, Jimmy was the one who got gunged instead.]]
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* During one ''[[Series/BigFatQuizOfTheYear Big Fat Quiz of the 90's]]'' 90's]]'', after being asked about a question regarding this trope trope's use on ''Noel's House Party'', Jimmy Carr reveals he's rented the gunge tank, and is planning on sliming the losers. Richard Ayoade (who was most likely to lose) promptly threatened to kill Jimmy in his sleep. [[spoiler: In the end, Jimmy was the one who got gunged instead.]]
19th Dec '15 1:03:04 AM kazokuhouou
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* During one ''[[Series/BigFatQuizOfTheYear Big Fat Quiz of the 90's]]'' after being asked about this trope on ''Noel's House Party'', Jimmy reveals he's rented the gunge tank, planning on sliming the losers. Richard (who was most likely to lose) promptly threatened to kill Jimmy in his sleep. [[spoiler: In the end, Jimmy was the one who got gunged instead.]]
24th Nov '15 9:53:53 PM IncoG5nito
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MTV'S Trashed and Kidnapped.
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* MTV even got a hold of this trope with its game shows ''Series/{{Trashed}}'' and ''[[Series/KidnappedMTV Kidnapped]]''. On ''Trashed'', after two rounds of teams attempting to save their possessions from being destroyed, the third round put one player from each team up for "trashing", which involved gungeing about 50 percent of the time. ''Kidnapped'' took this round and made an entire show out of it, seeing three friends attempting to rescue a fourth from repeated tortures, most of which were gungey.
23rd Nov '15 12:42:39 PM Morgenthaler
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* Creator/MartinMcDonagh is fond of getting messy: he's got raw eggs to the head in ''The Cripple Of Inishmaan'', bone chips/dust in ''A Skull in Connemara'', torture with hot oil in ''The Beauty Queen of Leenane'', and {{Gorn}} that drenches the [[BloodSplatteredInnocents innocent]] and [[BloodIsTheNewBlack not-so-innocent]] alike in ''TheLieutenantOfInishmore''. It's like he does it ''just'' to torment the [[CleanupCrew stage management]] team!
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* Creator/MartinMcDonagh is fond of getting messy: he's got raw eggs to the head in ''The Cripple Of Inishmaan'', bone chips/dust in ''A Skull in Connemara'', torture with hot oil in ''The Beauty Queen of Leenane'', and {{Gorn}} that drenches the [[BloodSplatteredInnocents innocent]] and [[BloodIsTheNewBlack not-so-innocent]] alike in ''TheLieutenantOfInishmore''.''Theatre/TheLieutenantOfInishmore''. It's like he does it ''just'' to torment the [[CleanupCrew stage management]] team!
22nd Nov '15 6:57:59 PM IncoG5nito
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* Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s ''[[Series/DoubleDare1986 Double Dare]]'' set the standard for gungy game shows in the US with their branded green slime "Gak." Raised [[UpToEleven up to 11]] when it became ''Super Sloppy Double Dare'' and the show never looked back. ''Double Dare 2000'' introduced "Goooze".
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* The earliest use of gunge on an American game show was likely ''Series/TheCheapShow'', where a contestant's husband would be on the receiving end of a bucket of slime or a PieInTheFace if she got the question wrong, or if her opponent got it right. * Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s ''[[Series/DoubleDare1986 Double Dare]]'' set was the standard TropeCodifier for gungy game shows in the US with their branded green slime "Gak." Raised [[UpToEleven up to 11]] when it became ''Super Sloppy Double Dare'' and the show never looked back. ''Double Dare 2000'' introduced "Goooze".
6th Nov '15 7:29:30 PM nombretomado
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** Regularly invoked in ''TheRealGhostbusters''.
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** Regularly invoked in ''TheRealGhostbusters''.''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters''.
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