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18th Aug '17 3:09:11 AM Silverblade2
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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}: ComicBook/TheKillingJoke'' ends with Batman and SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker laughing together in the rain. It's unsettling, and definitely not the way this trope is normally played.

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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}: ComicBook/TheKillingJoke'' ends with Batman and SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker laughing together in the rain. It's unsettling, and definitely not the way this trope is normally played.
12th Aug '17 3:29:14 AM Arivne
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** "The Balloon People". Wonder Dog accidentally presses the balloon dog's air release button and everybody laughs at him.
** "The Fantastic Frerps". After Wendy tricks Marvin into getting a raw egg dropped on his head, everyone (including Marvin) laughs.
** "The Mysterious Moles". Marvin tells Superman "We dig!" Superman replies "Please Marvin, don't mention that word. I did more digging today than I've ever done in my whole life!" The rest of the Super Friends laugh politely.
** "The Power Pirate". After Wonder Dog blows out a light bulb (?), the others laugh at him.
** "Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.". A cart starts moving by itself, and when Superman removes it and finds Wonder Dog underneath pushing it. Wendy and Marvin make funny comments and they all start laughing.
** "The Shamon U". Wonder Dog plays a prank on Marvin and all of the Superfriends have a good laugh.
** "The Watermen". While Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog are playing a game of water polo with the aliens, Wonder Dog blows himself into the goal while carrying the ball. Wendy, Marvin and the aliens cheer and laugh.
** "The Weather Maker". After Wendy plays a prank on Marvin they have a good laugh.
** In later seasons there were just as many with the Superfriends laughing at stuff Gleek the monkey did at the end of episodes.

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** 1973-74 series episodes
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"The Balloon People". Wonder Dog accidentally presses the balloon dog's air release button and everybody laughs at him.
** *** "The Fantastic Frerps". After Wendy tricks Marvin into getting a raw egg dropped on his head, everyone (including Marvin) laughs.
** *** "The Mysterious Moles". Marvin tells Superman "We dig!" Superman replies "Please Marvin, don't mention that word. I did more digging today than I've ever done in my whole life!" The rest of the Super Friends laugh politely.
** *** "The Power Pirate". After Wonder Dog blows out a light bulb (?), the others laugh at him.
** *** "Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.". A cart starts moving by itself, and when Superman removes it and finds Wonder Dog underneath pushing it. Wendy and Marvin make funny comments and they all start laughing.
** *** "The Shamon U". Wonder Dog plays a prank on Marvin and all of the Superfriends have a good laugh.
** *** "The Watermen". While Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog are playing a game of water polo with the aliens, Wonder Dog blows himself into the goal while carrying the ball. Wendy, Marvin and the aliens cheer and laugh.
** *** "The Weather Maker". After Wendy plays a prank on Marvin Marvin, they have a good laugh.
** In later seasons there were just as many with seasons, often occurred at the Superfriends laughing at stuff end of any episode featuring the Wonder Twins and Gleek the monkey did at the end of episodes.or, more rarely, Robin.
11th Aug '17 11:30:40 PM bfunc
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* A fairly typical ending to an issue of DC's ''Plop!'' was that the "hosts" (Cain, Abel, and Eve) would all be laughing together at how the stupidity/greed/general nastiness of the characters in the story caused their horribly gruesome fate, just before realizing that something very similar was about to happen to them.
2nd Aug '17 3:51:53 AM WillBGood
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%%** 1973/74 episodes.
*** "The Balloon People". Wonder Dog accidentally presses the balloon dog's air release button and everybody laughs at him.
*** "The Fantastic Frerps". After Wendy tricks Marvin into getting a raw egg dropped on his head, everyone (including Marvin) laughs.
*** "The Mysterious Moles". Marvin tells Superman "We dig!" Superman replies "Please Marvin, don't mention that word. I did more digging today than I've ever done in my whole life!" The rest of the Super Friends laugh politely.
*** "The Power Pirate". After Wonder Dog blows out a light bulb (?), the others laugh at him.
*** "Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.". A cart starts moving by itself, and when Superman removes it and finds Wonder Dog underneath pushing it. Wendy and Marvin make funny comments and they all start laughing.
*** "The Shamon U". Wonder Dog plays a prank on Marvin and all of the Superfriends have a good laugh.
*** "The Watermen". While Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog are playing a game of water polo with the aliens, Wonder Dog blows himself into the goal while carrying the ball. Wendy, Marvin and the aliens cheer and laugh.
*** "The Weather Maker". After Wendy plays a prank on Marvin they have a good laugh.

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%%** 1973/74 episodes.
***
** "The Balloon People". Wonder Dog accidentally presses the balloon dog's air release button and everybody laughs at him.
*** ** "The Fantastic Frerps". After Wendy tricks Marvin into getting a raw egg dropped on his head, everyone (including Marvin) laughs.
*** ** "The Mysterious Moles". Marvin tells Superman "We dig!" Superman replies "Please Marvin, don't mention that word. I did more digging today than I've ever done in my whole life!" The rest of the Super Friends laugh politely.
*** ** "The Power Pirate". After Wonder Dog blows out a light bulb (?), the others laugh at him.
*** ** "Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.". A cart starts moving by itself, and when Superman removes it and finds Wonder Dog underneath pushing it. Wendy and Marvin make funny comments and they all start laughing.
*** ** "The Shamon U". Wonder Dog plays a prank on Marvin and all of the Superfriends have a good laugh.
*** ** "The Watermen". While Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog are playing a game of water polo with the aliens, Wonder Dog blows himself into the goal while carrying the ball. Wendy, Marvin and the aliens cheer and laugh.
*** ** "The Weather Maker". After Wendy plays a prank on Marvin they have a good laugh.
2nd Aug '17 3:49:26 AM WillBGood
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** Played with in ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'', when they finally end an episode this way, but the whole gang comes together for a a Creator/VincentPrice styled Everybody Laughs [[EvilLaugh Maniacally Ending]].

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** Played with in ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'', when they finally end an episode this way, but the whole gang comes together for a a Creator/VincentPrice styled Creator/VincentPrice-styled Everybody Laughs [[EvilLaugh Maniacally Ending]].Laughs Maniacally]] Ending.
3rd Jul '17 3:19:44 AM Arivne
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** "The Perfect Crime". During the episode Jonathan pretends to be a criminal to catch a gang of real criminals, but doesn't tell the rest of the team he's doing so. At the end Erica asks that the next time he wants to do something like that he let the team know about it. Jonathan agrees and starts talking about a gold shipment coming in. Busby says "Yeah? Where?", then realizes that Jonathan was joking and says in an annoyed way "Oh, very funny!" The rest of the team laughs at him.
10th Jun '17 2:34:21 PM nombretomado
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* Dell/Gold Key, the 1940s-1980s producer of licensed comic books featuring the [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney]], ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'', [[WoodyWoodpecker Walter Lantz]], and [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry MGM]] cartoon characters, used this ending incessantly in the 1950s and 1960s, particularly in hundreds of stories written by Carl Fallberg and/or Vic Lockman. Many Gold Key writers also worked on TV cartoons and sitcoms, suggesting a direct influence.

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* Dell/Gold Key, the 1940s-1980s producer of licensed comic books featuring the [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney]], ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'', [[WoodyWoodpecker [[WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker Walter Lantz]], and [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry MGM]] cartoon characters, used this ending incessantly in the 1950s and 1960s, particularly in hundreds of stories written by Carl Fallberg and/or Vic Lockman. Many Gold Key writers also worked on TV cartoons and sitcoms, suggesting a direct influence.
29th May '17 8:03:52 AM Prfnoff
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%%* OlderThanTelevision: Creator/GiuseppeVerdi's ''Falstaff''.

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%%* OlderThanTelevision: * Creator/GiuseppeVerdi's ''Falstaff''.opera ''Falstaff'' ends with the entire cast laughing at the end of a finale ensemble whose theme is that "all the world's a joke."
19th May '17 4:07:54 AM Andyroid
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** At the end of "The King of Town", everyone has a laugh at the expense of the King when Homestar reveals he was the one who ate his missing sheep.

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** At the end of "The King of Town", everyone has a laugh at the expense of the King of Town when Homestar reveals he was the one who King ate his own missing sheep.
18th May '17 4:57:00 AM Andyroid
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* Done a few times on ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner''. The Strong Bad E-mail "ISP" parodied this by having Strong Bad's laughter reach maniacal, mildly disturbing levels before the cartoon cut back to [[BrickJoke the GIF Strong Bad was trying to download earlier in the cartoon]].

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* Done a few times on ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner''. ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'':
** At the end of "The King of Town", everyone has a laugh at the expense of the King when Homestar reveals he was the one who ate his missing sheep.
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The Strong Bad E-mail WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail "ISP" parodied this by having Strong Bad's laughter [[LaughingMad reach maniacal, mildly disturbing levels mildly-disturbing levels]] before the cartoon cut back to [[BrickJoke the GIF Strong Bad was trying to download earlier in the cartoon]].
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