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20th Aug '16 4:44:24 AM kundoo
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** Another episode had a dentist who sedated and raped his patients including his own niece.
20th Jul '16 6:29:00 PM eroock
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* Dr. Wolfe in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Last Exit to Springfield." When Ralph Wiggum claims to brush regularly, Wolfe says, in a Boris Karloff-like voice, "Why must you turn my office into a house of lies?" and proceeds to [[ScareEmStraight scare him straight]] with the horrific ''[[BritishTeeth Big Book of British Smiles]]''. He then terrifies Lisa and Marge with an over-the-top computer simulation of what Lisa will look like unless [[BracesOfOrthodonticOverkill she gets braces]]. And when Wolfe does outfit her with braces and headgear, BackAlleyDoctor style, she [[GoMadFromTheRevelation reacts like the Joker]].

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* Dr. Wolfe in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Last Exit to Springfield." Springfield" When Ralph Wiggum claims to brush regularly, Wolfe says, in a Boris Karloff-like voice, "Why must you turn my office into a house of lies?" and proceeds to [[ScareEmStraight scare him straight]] with the horrific ''[[BritishTeeth Big Book of British Smiles]]''. He then terrifies Lisa and Marge with an over-the-top computer simulation of what Lisa will look like unless [[BracesOfOrthodonticOverkill she gets braces]]. And when Wolfe does outfit her with braces and headgear, BackAlleyDoctor style, she [[GoMadFromTheRevelation reacts like the Joker]].
20th Jul '16 6:25:08 PM eroock
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->''I am your dentist!\\

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->''I ->''"I am your dentist!\\



And I get off on the pain I '''inflict'''!''

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And I get off on the pain I '''inflict'''!'''''inflict'''!"''
9th Jul '16 10:18:47 PM MsChibi
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* An episode of ''Series/LawAndOrderSVU'' featured a dentist who was part of a prominent pedophile group.
9th Jul '16 10:15:37 PM MsChibi
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* On ''Series/GoodEats'', Alton eats a whole olive...and breaks a tooth on the pit. He is then seen going to the dentist...whose assistant is his most prominent SitcomArchNemesis, W. The dentist lectures Alton on the importance of pitting olives before eating them, and Alton whines about the olive-pitter being a unitasker. The dentist replies, "[[NoSympathy Well, maybe if you had used that unitasker]], I wouldn't have to use ''this'' unitasker." (Referring to a tooth-extractor.) W then explains that a good olive-pitter will be almost exactly like a tooth-extractor...and a ''really'' good one will have a little groove for the stems of cherries.
9th Jun '16 6:14:15 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Logan Jay in the ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' episode "Dental? More like Mental!" is both this and a MadScientist. Supposedly, he was once a "dentist to the stars" (as in, his patients were celebrities) before his license was revoked (his whitening solution caused the President of the United States to lose his teeth). He seeks revenge by using tooth-altering methods that turn patients (and his henchmen) [[BodyHorror into freaks.]]
19th May '16 8:50:01 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In one Sherman and Peabody segment of ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle'', UsefulNotes/LeonardoDaVinci can't paint the ''Mona Lisa'' because Mona can't smile, due to a toothache. They find a dentist quickly, but his methods "leave much to be desired", as Peabody explains. After the dentist fails to extract the tooth with a cord attached to a bow and arrow (resulting in poor Mona being pulled through the air with it and wrapped around the Tower of Pisa like a tether ball) he takes her to the top of a cliff and tells her to leap off and land on her face. Fortunately for Mona, [[TooDumbToLive the guy offers to demonstrate himself first.]]
7th May '16 2:22:20 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Louie'', the title character visits a dentist that specializes in treating people with odontophobia. After giving him an excessive dose of nitrous oxide and an unspecified pill, Louie has a series of hallucinations ending in the dentist sensually inserting a banana into his mouth. When he suddenly snaps out of the dream state, the dentist is seen hastily zipping up his fly.
* On ''TheGoldenGirls'', Rose is groped by her dentist after a procedure. Uncertain, she declines to complain. But when he tries it again during a return visit, the infuriated woman vows that she ''will'' file a report with the state dental board.

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* In ''Louie'', ''Series/{{Louie}}'', the title character visits a dentist that specializes in treating people with odontophobia. After giving him an excessive dose of nitrous oxide and an unspecified pill, Louie has a series of hallucinations ending in the dentist sensually inserting a banana into his mouth. When he suddenly snaps out of the dream state, the dentist is seen hastily zipping up his fly.
* On ''TheGoldenGirls'', ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'', Rose is groped by her dentist after a procedure. Uncertain, she declines to complain. But when he tries it again during a return visit, the infuriated woman vows that she ''will'' file a report with the state dental board.
22nd Apr '16 1:19:12 AM Chabal2
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* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'': One story has a mafioso go to the dentist's and open wide. The remaining panels are all from the inside of his mouth, as Frank comes in and tells him to grunt to answer his questions, and goes to town with pliers and the drill when the don doesn't answer.



* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'': One story has a mafioso go to the dentist's and open wide. The remaining panels are all from the inside of his mouth, as Frank comes in and tells him to grunt to answer his questions, and goes to town with pliers and the drill when the don doesn't answer.
22nd Apr '16 1:11:12 AM Chabal2
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The trope arises from that fact that until the early 1800s, teeth yanking was usually under the purview of (usually badly trained) [[TheBarber barbers]], who generally took the "brute-force" approach towards dental surgery. Also, the use of anesthesia was not common place until after WWII. As a procedure that most people would have undergone and lived through, a distrust of it obviously would have developed. French even has the expression "mentir comme un arracheur de dents" ("to lie like a tooth-puller").

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The trope arises from that fact that until the early 1800s, teeth yanking was usually under the purview of (usually badly trained) [[TheBarber barbers]], who generally took the "brute-force" approach towards dental surgery. Also, the use of anesthesia was not common place until after WWII. As a procedure that most people would have undergone and lived through, a distrust of it obviously would have developed. French even has use the expression "mentir comme un arracheur de dents" ("to lie like a tooth-puller").
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* ''ComicBook/ThePunisher'': One story has a mafioso go to the dentist's and open wide. The remaining panels are all from the inside of his mouth, as Frank comes in and tells him to grunt to answer his questions, and goes to town with pliers and the drill when the don doesn't answer.
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