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10th Jan '17 12:20:11 AM troodos
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* One arc of ComicBook/JLA ends with Dr. Morrow and Dr. Ivo laughing uproariously as the Justice League arrive to arrest them, after Ivo learns that Morrow intentionally sabotaged their attempt to defeat the League just to prove his superior intellect.
19th Dec '16 5:32:28 PM eowynjedi
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** Subverted in "The Menagerie," when Kirk tries to crack a joke about Spock's 'flagrant emotionalism.' Spock does make his customary protest about being insulted, but the mood and the soundtrack remain wistful as Spock wheels Captain Pike away--and the real ending is Kirk watching Pike given an illusion of health and wholeness on the planet below.
16th Dec '16 6:12:35 AM Origin
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'''Marcus (on the verge of laughter):''' Guys..! Guys, he ju-... He just... donated twenty million to leukemia research!
'''Sitara (using a soundboard of Bobo Dakes):''' Bitch better have my money!
'''Marcus:''' ''*laughs*'' Yo! Who ''did'' that?!

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'''Marcus -->'''Marcus (on the verge of laughter):''' Guys..! Guys, he ju-... He just... donated twenty million to leukemia research!
'''Sitara -->'''Sitara (using a soundboard of Bobo Dakes):''' Bitch better have my money!
'''Marcus:''' -->'''Marcus:''' ''*laughs*'' Yo! Who ''did'' that?!
16th Dec '16 6:12:07 AM Origin
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* One of the side missions in ''Videogame/WatchDogs2'' - the one where the Ded-Sec team trick Shkreli-expy Gene Carcani out of twenty million dollars - ends with this. Perhaps the only reason Sitara isn't heard laughing is that she had her audio output rigged to "mic-spam" the Bobo Dakes soundboard they used to accomplish the mission.
-->'''Wrench:''' ''*howling with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5i02yi4vyE&t=8m24s uncontrollable laughter]] throughout the whole voice chat call*''
'''Marcus (on the verge of laughter):''' Guys..! Guys, he ju-... He just... donated twenty million to leukemia research!
'''Sitara (using a soundboard of Bobo Dakes):''' Bitch better have my money!
'''Marcus:''' ''*laughs*'' Yo! Who ''did'' that?!
4th Dec '16 7:55:07 AM WiddershinsDaughter
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*** To be fair, the laughter at the end of "The Ultimate Computer" is more of the nervous and subdued variety, it's only Kirk and McCoy, and McCoy as a doctor is likely used to using BlackHumor as a coping mechanism.

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*** To be fair, the laughter at the end of "The Ultimate Computer" is more of the nervous and subdued variety, it's only Kirk and McCoy, [=McCoy=], and McCoy [=McCoy=] as a doctor is likely used to using BlackHumor as a coping mechanism.
4th Dec '16 7:54:38 AM WiddershinsDaughter
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*** To be fair, the laughter at the end of "The Ultimate Computer" is more of the nervous and subdued variety, it's only Kirk and McCoy, and McCoy as a doctor is likely used to using BlackHumor as a coping mechanism.
24th Nov '16 11:09:39 AM nombretomado
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* Parodied in the first ''AustinPowers'' movie: Dr. Evil makes a maniacal boast, he and all of his minions [[EvilLaugh laugh wickedly]]....and then they embarrassingly peter out as they realize that [[MediumAwareness the director has not yet cut to the next scene]].

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* Parodied in the first ''AustinPowers'' ''Film/{{Austin Powers|International Man of Mystery}}'' movie: Dr. Evil makes a maniacal boast, he and all of his minions [[EvilLaugh laugh wickedly]]....and then they embarrassingly peter out as they realize that [[MediumAwareness the director has not yet cut to the next scene]].
5th Nov '16 11:46:23 PM mk097
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* %% Episodes of ''WesternAnimation/DragonBooster'' pretty much always end this way.
%%* Several episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Birdz}}''.
%%* Most episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ActionLeagueNow.''

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* %% Episodes of ''WesternAnimation/DragonBooster'' pretty much always end this way.
%%* * Several episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Birdz}}''.
%%* * Most episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ActionLeagueNow.''


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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball:''
** "The Signal". The titular signal abruptly sends Gumball and Darwin back home to their family, where they all share a laugh, with Gumball and Darwin nervously joining in, before the signal cuts in again.
** "The Test". Appropriate since [[spoiler:the episode slowly turns into a clichéd sitcom starring Tobias.]]
30th Oct '16 11:21:59 AM nombretomado
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* Parodied on most episodes of ''HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw''; generally whatever they're laughing at is very morbid, interrupted by something horrible, or at someone's expense. And "everybody" usually includes characters who were otherwise not in the episode, and in some cases, otherwise not in the show at all, like Jesse Jackson and a Korean princess.

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* Parodied on most episodes of ''HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw''; ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw''; generally whatever they're laughing at is very morbid, interrupted by something horrible, or at someone's expense. And "everybody" usually includes characters who were otherwise not in the episode, and in some cases, otherwise not in the show at all, like Jesse Jackson and a Korean princess.
10th Oct '16 7:20:46 PM nombretomado
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* Dell/Gold Key, the 1940s-1980s producer of licensed comic books featuring the [[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 [[ClassicDisneyShorts [[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.



* A ''lot'' of superhero stories during TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks ended like this, usually with the villain(s) stewing behind bars while the hero(es) chortle over one last pun. This was rather bleakly parodied in the first volume of the AlanMoore ComicBook/{{Marvelman}} reboot, where the "classic" Marvelman story used to introduce the cast features one of these stretched out for an entire ''page'', all while the "camera" zooms in on Marvelman's increasingly unsettling face and a Creator/FriedrichNietzsche quote starts rolling.

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* A ''lot'' of superhero stories during TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks ended like this, usually with the villain(s) stewing behind bars while the hero(es) chortle over one last pun. This was rather bleakly parodied in the first volume of the AlanMoore ComicBook/{{Marvelman}} reboot, where the "classic" Marvelman story used to introduce the cast features one of these stretched out for an entire ''page'', all while the "camera" zooms in on Marvelman's increasingly unsettling face and a Creator/FriedrichNietzsche quote starts rolling.
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