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10th Feb '18 3:51:56 AM DaibhidC
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* In the ''Webcomic/OrderOfTheStick'' strip "[[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1077.html All Clear]]", when Roy says he's dropped his sword off the airship, and Belkar is complaining this ''always'' happens, Blackwing comments that this is why he relies on his own talons. In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1078.html the next strip]], Belkar says he's going to feed Mr Scruffy, and adds "At least he can't drop his claws over the side."

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* In the ''Webcomic/OrderOfTheStick'' ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' strip "[[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1077.html All Clear]]", when Roy says he's dropped his sword off the airship, and Belkar is complaining this ''always'' happens, Blackwing comments that this is why he relies on his own talons. In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1078.html the next strip]], Belkar says he's going to feed Mr Scruffy, and adds "At least he can't drop his claws over the side."
10th Feb '18 3:51:29 AM DaibhidC
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* In the ''Webcomic/OrderOfTheStick'' strip "[[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1077.html All Clear]]", when Roy says he's dropped his sword off the airship, and Belkar is complaining this ''always'' happens, Blackwing comments that this is why he relies on his own talons. In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots1078.html the next strip]], Belkar says he's going to feed Mr Scruffy, and adds "At least he can't drop his claws over the side."
-->'''Blackwing''': Dude, I ''just'' made that comment.
-->'''Belkar''': What do you want, royalties?
25th Jan '18 12:37:09 PM DaibhidC
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* In one episode of "''WesternAnimation/TazMania'', Wendell T. Wolf protests that Taz is only supposed to do one "What for you..." gag per episode.

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* In one episode of "''WesternAnimation/TazMania'', ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'', Wendell T. Wolf protests that Taz is only supposed to do one "What for you..." gag per episode.
25th Jan '18 12:36:56 PM DaibhidC
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* In the ''Radio/CabinPressure'' episode "Valduz", Carolyn gets a call from the crew while arguing with Herc about windsurfing and says she has to go to Lichtenstein (because MJN has just been hired to transport the King). He says that's a bit of an over-reaction. Later, he tells her that if she can't make a commitment to the relationship he'll have to go to Switzerland (because Swiss Air has bought the airline he works for) and she says the same thing. When he protests, she says it's funnier now, because the stakes are higher.


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* In one episode of "''WesternAnimation/TazMania'', Wendell T. Wolf protests that Taz is only supposed to do one "What for you..." gag per episode.
10th Jan '18 3:55:08 PM ironballs16
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* ''Film/AustinPowersInGoldmember'' features a rehash of a joke from ''Film/AustinPowersTheSpyWhoShaggedMe'' consisting of a hurricane of {{Last Second Word Swap}}s. On the third cut, it swaps to Ozzy Osbourne complaining about the filmmakers reusing the joke.

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* ''Film/AustinPowersInGoldmember'' features a rehash of a joke from ''Film/AustinPowersTheSpyWhoShaggedMe'' consisting of a hurricane of {{Last Second Word Swap}}s.[[CurseCutShort Curses Cut Short]]. On the third cut, it swaps to Ozzy Osbourne complaining about the filmmakers reusing the joke.
10th Jan '18 3:53:40 PM ironballs16
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* ''Film/AustinPowersInGoldmember'' features a rehash of a joke from ''Film/AustinPowersTheSpyWhoShaggedMe'' consisting of a hurricane of CurseCutShort scenes. On the third cut, it swaps to Ozzy Osbourne complaining about the filmmakers reusing the joke.

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* ''Film/AustinPowersInGoldmember'' features a rehash of a joke from ''Film/AustinPowersTheSpyWhoShaggedMe'' consisting of a hurricane of CurseCutShort scenes.{{Last Second Word Swap}}s. On the third cut, it swaps to Ozzy Osbourne complaining about the filmmakers reusing the joke.
8th Nov '17 4:45:56 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', they build a rollercoaster. Except this time, it's [[MusicalEpisode A MUSICAL]]! The trope title is practically quoted verbatim.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', they build a rollercoaster. Except this time, it's [[MusicalEpisode A MUSICAL]]! MUSICAL]]![[note]]The original rollercoaster episode was the only one without at least one song[[/note]] The trope title is practically quoted verbatim.
7th Aug '17 3:37:14 PM MasterN
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}},'' the fallen human is repeatedly besieged with puzzles by Papyrus, one of which being the "dastardly coloured tile maze". This puzzle is completely "randomly" generated, and after a very lengthy explanation of its rules is laughably easy to solve. Much later in the game, Mettaton re-uses the same puzzle albeit far more difficult, remarking that they had seen this kind of puzzle "about a hundred rooms ago" and as such refuses to explain the rules again.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}},'' the fallen human is repeatedly besieged with puzzles by Papyrus, one of which being the "dastardly coloured tile maze". This puzzle is completely "randomly" generated, and after a very lengthy explanation of its rules is laughably easy to solve. Much later in the game, Mettaton re-uses the same puzzle albeit [[ThatOnePuzzle far more difficult, difficult,]] remarking that they had seen this kind of puzzle "about a hundred rooms ago" and as such refuses to explain the rules again.
7th Aug '17 3:36:11 PM MasterN
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* In 'Undertale', the fallen human is repeatedly besieged with puzzles by Papyrus, one of which being the "dastardly coloured tile maze". This puzzle is completely "randomly" generated, and after a very lengthy explanation of its rules is laughably easy to solve. Much later in the game, Mettaton re-uses the same puzzle albeit far more difficult, remarking that they had seen this kind of puzzle "about a hundred rooms ago" and as such refuses to explain the rules again.

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\n* In 'Undertale', ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}},'' the fallen human is repeatedly besieged with puzzles by Papyrus, one of which being the "dastardly coloured tile maze". This puzzle is completely "randomly" generated, and after a very lengthy explanation of its rules is laughably easy to solve. Much later in the game, Mettaton re-uses the same puzzle albeit far more difficult, remarking that they had seen this kind of puzzle "about a hundred rooms ago" and as such refuses to explain the rules again.
27th Jul '17 5:05:28 AM Berrigal
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* In 'Undertale', the fallen human is repeatedly besieged with puzzles by Papyrus, one of which being the "dastardly coloured tile maze". This puzzle is completely "randomly" generated, and after a very lengthy explanation of its rules is laughably easy to solve. Much later in the game, Mettaton re-uses the same puzzle albeit far more difficult, remarking that they had seen this kind of puzzle "about a hundred rooms ago" and as such refuses to explain the rules again.
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