History Main / DrunkenMontage

9th Nov '17 2:53:50 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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A DiscreditedTrope - a more popular variation nowadays is the BingeMontage. See also DrowningMySorrows. Compare ''and'' contrast DisneyAcidSequence.

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A DiscreditedTrope - a more popular variation nowadays is the BingeMontage. See also DrowningMySorrows. Compare ''and'' contrast DisneyAcidSequence.
DisneyAcidSequence and MushroomSamba.
7th Sep '17 7:28:53 AM GrammarNavi
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* This appears in ''WristcuttersALoveStory'' in which the main character proceed to get drunk at bars in purgatory

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* This appears in ''WristcuttersALoveStory'' ''Film/WristcuttersALoveStory'' in which the main character proceed to get drunk at bars in purgatoryPurgatory.
15th Aug '17 11:22:57 AM Kartoonkid95
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** Krusty the Clown had one of these in the episode where he became a standup comedian.
** After Lisa renounces Christianity and gets a DrunkenMontage of signs advertising alternate faiths, including a blinking neon sign labeled "Amish."
** When Bart and Milhouse go on a bender after drinking "[[GRatedDrug an all syrup Super Squishee]]," they get one of these montages with children's stores on them.
** When Homer becomes smart and becomes a social outcast because of it.
** When Homer tears his pants and gets a backdrop of sold out blue pant shop signs.
** When Homer searches for his soulmate after eating hallucinogenic chili peppers.
** Bart and Lisa have one of these after ingesting large amounts of British candy.
** Marge, Maggie, Bart and Lisa have one of these trying to find homer. It turns out to be a Neon Sign Store

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** In "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer", Homer passes by several mundane signs while searching for his soulmate.
** In "The Last Temptation of Krust"
Krusty the Clown had one goes on "the bender to end all benders" after his stand-up act bombs.
** In "HOMR", Homer becomes a social outcast when he becomes intelligent and sees neon signs for "Dum-Dum Club", "Lunkheadz" and [[TakeThat "Disney Store"]].
** In "She
of these in the episode where he became a standup comedian.
** After
Little Faith", Lisa renounces her Christianity and gets a DrunkenMontage of walks past signs advertising alternate faiths, including a blinking neon sign labeled "Amish."
** When Bart and Milhouse go on a bender after drinking "[[GRatedDrug an all syrup Super Squishee]]," they get one of these montages with children's stores on them.
** When Homer becomes smart and becomes a social outcast because of it.
** When Homer tears his pants and gets a backdrop of sold out blue pant shop signs.
** When Homer searches for his soulmate after eating hallucinogenic chili peppers.
**
In "The Regina Monologues", Bart and Lisa have one of these after ingesting large amounts of get addicted to British candy.
** Marge, Maggie, Bart
candy and Lisa have one of these trying to find homer. a binging montage à la ''Film/{{Trainspotting}}''.
** In "I Won't Be Home for Christmas", Marge and the kids walk past various signs while out looking for Homer.
It turns out to be they're in a Neon Sign StoreStore
-->'''Manager:''' Lady, buy a sign or go home.
16th Jun '17 3:12:27 PM Denman
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* Several of the films by Creator/JamesFranco and Creator/SethRogen, including ''Film/TheInterview'' and ''Film/ThisIsTheEnd'', include sequences like this. The trope is often somewhat deconstructed by showing comical glimpses of realism, such as one of the characters vomiting after drinking too much, sparingly in the montages.
2nd Oct '16 12:54:53 PM SemiJuggalo
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* In the ''VideoGame/FatalFury'' tie-in OVA, Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle, Terry Bogard finds himself drinking heavily, after suffering a humiliating defeat at the hands of Wolfgang Krauser. His fall into drunken depression comes complete with him staggering through the streets, with images of neon bar signs passing over his head.
18th Apr '16 10:23:42 AM Willbyr
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* In one episode of ''KeroroGunsou'', Keroro gets drunk on humidity due to his BizarreAlienBiology, and he is shown wobbling in front of a shot of neon lights and signs (and holding a take-out box, a uniquely Japanese symbol of a drunken {{Salaryman}} stumbling home).

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* In one episode of ''KeroroGunsou'', ''Manga/SgtFrog'', Keroro gets drunk on humidity due to his BizarreAlienBiology, and he is shown wobbling in front of a shot of neon lights and signs (and holding a take-out box, a uniquely Japanese symbol of a drunken {{Salaryman}} stumbling home).
23rd Mar '16 9:23:16 PM axordil
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* The third season opener of ''Series/{{Jeeves and Wooster}}'', features one played for laughs involving a character Wooster is supposed to be keeping out of trouble. For bonus points, it's set in Prohibition-era New York.
6th Feb '16 9:20:14 PM nombretomado
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* Played surprisingly straight on ''{{Frasier}}'', when he was racked with guilt. For a change.

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* Played surprisingly straight on ''{{Frasier}}'', ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', when he was racked with guilt. For a change.
29th Jun '15 12:07:22 PM nombretomado
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* Played straight in the series finale of ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Reimagined}}'', in a flashback sequence set on pre-war Caprica where then-Captain Adama, Colonel Tigh, and Mrs. Tigh have a wild night out in a strip club to celebrate Adama's upcoming "retirement" from the military to take a civilian job. Adama has one too many, ends up puking in a back alley, then gazing up at the stars. (Obviously, Adama changes his mind.)

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* Played straight in the series finale of ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Reimagined}}'', Galactica|2003}}'', in a flashback sequence set on pre-war Caprica where then-Captain Adama, Colonel Tigh, and Mrs. Tigh have a wild night out in a strip club to celebrate Adama's upcoming "retirement" from the military to take a civilian job. Adama has one too many, ends up puking in a back alley, then gazing up at the stars. (Obviously, Adama changes his mind.)
13th Jun '15 8:32:17 PM nombretomado
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* Tylor from ''IrresponsibleCaptainTylor'' has a few of these.

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* Tylor from ''IrresponsibleCaptainTylor'' ''Anime/IrresponsibleCaptainTylor'' has a few of these.
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