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9th Jun '16 2:37:04 PM JoieDeCombat
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* In ''Film/TheFirstWivesClub'', Elise and Bill's divorce ends up obligating Elise to sell her extensive collection of furniture, artwork, and other valuables (including Bill's Lamborghini convertible) and split the profits equally with Bill. Inspiration strikes and Elise sells the whole kit and kaboodle to Annie for a dollar.
9th Jun '16 2:23:49 PM Adeon
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* In the first episode of ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'', Luluco mentioned that her mother took all the furniture when her parents got divorced. [[spoiler: Although this had nothing to do with any settlement. Lalaco is a {{Space Pirate|s}} and she stole it when she left.]]

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* When Napoleon Bonaparte divorced his first wife Josephine in 1809, he confiscated the keys to her jewelry cabinet, eventually giving it all to Austrian princess Marie Louise when he married her the following year. Josephine got even when she left by taking their entire fancy dish service with her, so that Napoleon's court was forced to eat off of plain plates until the old ones could be replaced.
6th May '16 9:46:04 AM Gamermaster
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* In the first episode of ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'', Luluco mentioned that her mother took all the furniture when her parents got divorced. [[spoiler: Although this had nothing to do with any settlement. Lalaco stole all of it when she left since she's a {{Space Pirate|s}}.]]

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* In the first episode of ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'', Luluco mentioned that her mother took all the furniture when her parents got divorced. [[spoiler: Although this had nothing to do with any settlement. Lalaco is a {{Space Pirate|s}} and she stole all of it when she left since she's a {{Space Pirate|s}}.left.]]
6th May '16 9:43:37 AM Gamermaster
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* In the first episode of ''Anime/SpacePatrolLuluco'', Luluco mentioned that her mother took all the furniture when her parents got divorced. [[spoiler: Although this had nothing to do with any settlement. Lalaco stole all of it when she left since she's a {{Space Pirate|s}}.]]
3rd May '16 2:03:05 PM aye_amber
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* {{Radiohead}}'s song "Morning Bell" from Kid A is (arguably, given that the meaning of much of Kid A is barely comprehensible) about divorce, with a suggested solution being "cut the kids in half". The line itself is likely a reference to [[http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1%20Kings%203:16-28&version=NLT 1 Kings 3:16-28]], which is about the custody of a child, but not in the context of divorce.

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* {{Radiohead}}'s Music/{{Radiohead}}'s song "Morning Bell" from Kid A is (arguably, given that the meaning of much of Kid A is barely comprehensible) about divorce, with a suggested solution being "cut the kids in half". The line itself is likely a reference to [[http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1%20Kings%203:16-28&version=NLT 1 Kings 3:16-28]], which is about the custody of a child, but not in the context of divorce.
18th Apr '16 7:40:53 AM nighttrainfm
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** While there's never really any detail given to how the divorce between the Van Houtens went down, it presumably didnt go well for Kirk, as he spends the seasonse between the divorce and eventual remarriage living in a men's shelter and working ridiculously low level jobs.
Milhouse also mentions that his parents fought over custody of him, but it was [[ButtMonkey ''because neither of them wanted custody'']].

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** While there's never really any detail given to how the divorce between the Van Houtens went down, it presumably didnt go well for Kirk, as he spends the seasonse between the divorce and eventual remarriage living in a men's shelter and working ridiculously low level jobs. \n Milhouse also mentions that his parents fought over custody of him, but it was [[ButtMonkey ''because neither of them wanted custody'']].
18th Apr '16 7:40:06 AM nighttrainfm
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* On ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Marge befriends a neighbor named Ruth Powers, who is recently divorced. Her ex-husband is something of a deadbeat, so he has been skipping child support payments. Rather than resolving the issue in court, Ruth steals her ex's car and Marge gets roped into this whole mess. During the epilogue, it's said the case was eventually taken into court. Ruth had to return the car but her ex was forced to resume the payments and blamed it on his lawyer (Lionel Hutz).
** While there's never really any detail given to how the divorce between the Van Houtens went down, it presumably didnt go well for Kirk, as he spends the seasonse between the divorce and eventual remarriage living in a men's shelter and working ridiculously low level jobs. Milhouse also mentions that his parents fought over custody of him, but it was [[ButtMonkey ''because neither of them wanted custody'']].

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* On ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
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Marge befriends a neighbor named Ruth Powers, who is recently divorced. Her ex-husband is something of a deadbeat, so he has been skipping child support payments. Rather than resolving the issue in court, Ruth steals her ex's car and Marge gets roped into this whole mess. During the epilogue, it's said the case was eventually taken into court. Ruth had to return the car but her ex was forced to resume the payments and blamed it on his lawyer (Lionel Hutz).
** While there's never really any detail given to how the divorce between the Van Houtens went down, it presumably didnt go well for Kirk, as he spends the seasonse between the divorce and eventual remarriage living in a men's shelter and working ridiculously low level jobs.
Milhouse also mentions that his parents fought over custody of him, but it was [[ButtMonkey ''because neither of them wanted custody'']].custody'']].
** The Henry VIII retelling involves the 'half of everything' joke - including half Homer / Henry's crown getting cut in half.
-->'''Homer:''' Hey, I ''invented'' divorce! How did you get half of everything?\\
'''Blue-Haired Lawyer:''' You should have invented the prenup. And now, half of your kingdom, please. ''(Homer tears a map in half)''
21st Mar '16 4:51:34 PM nombretomado
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* The eponymous ''{{Catdog}}'' did the whole "dividing possessions in half over a conflict" thing. Subverted, in that there was no divorce involved.

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* The eponymous ''{{Catdog}}'' ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' did the whole "dividing possessions in half over a conflict" thing. Subverted, in that there was no divorce involved.
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