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7th Feb '16 8:57:57 PM brb1006
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* Most of the episodes for the Belgian children's show Series/KabouterPlop mostly ends with the characters laughing. Mainly when ever Klus's pranks for the other characters backfires on him.
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* Most of the episodes for the Belgian children's show {{Creator/Studio100}} Series/KabouterPlop mostly ends with the characters laughing. Mainly when ever Klus's pranks for the other characters backfires on him.
5th Feb '16 7:40:11 PM brb1006
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* Most of the episodes for the Belgian children's show Series/KabouterPlop mostly ends with the characters laughing. Mainly when ever Klus's pranks for the other characters backfires on him.
4th Feb '16 7:42:15 PM JMQwilleran
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* 90% of all ''CareBears: Adventures in Care-a-Lot'' episodes ended this way.
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* 90% of all ''CareBears: Adventures in Care-a-Lot'' ''CareBearsAdventuresInCareALot'' episodes ended this way.way. * Similarly, this is standard practice on ''WesternAnimation/CareBearsAndCousins''. In fact, of the premiere six episodes, five of them end this way and the other ends with the Beasties laughing at the love-addled Beastly.
30th Jan '16 5:26:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''SuperFriends'' ** 1973/74 episodes.
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* ''SuperFriends'' ** ''{{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}}'' %%** 1973/74 episodes.
29th Jan '16 1:13:06 PM ChristianTropes33
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* Inverted in ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}!'' episode 25, part 1; everybody except Memetchi's family and Kuromametchi cries at the end. Judged by Mametchi saying that he's crying because [[spoiler:he's ''happy'']].
10th Jan '16 5:19:14 PM nombretomado
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'''Sandy:''' Hmm. I don't know why, but I think I'll kick SpongeBob's butt tomorrow. \\
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'''Sandy:''' Hmm. I don't know why, but I think I'll kick SpongeBob's [=SpongeBob=]'s butt tomorrow. \\

'''Sandy''': [Kicks SpongeBob in the rear at the end of "The Great Snail Race"] That's for yesterday, [=SquarePants=]!
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'''Sandy''': [Kicks SpongeBob [=SpongeBob=] in the rear at the end of "The Great Snail Race"] That's for yesterday, [=SquarePants=]!
7th Jan '16 4:40:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheMagicSchoolBus'' normally played this straight. However, it was lightly spoofed in the bat episode. At the end, Ms. Frizzle and Ralphie burst out laughing over his ending joke while Ralphie's mother looks back and forth between them with a deadpan expression. * ''SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' used this in the episode "Curling Flower Space". At the end of Space Ghost's retelling of the last episodes events, everyone laughs twice and Creator/HannaBarbera ending music is used during both laughs.
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* ''TheMagicSchoolBus'' ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'' normally played this straight. However, it was lightly spoofed in the bat episode. At the end, Ms. Frizzle and Ralphie burst out laughing over his ending joke while Ralphie's mother looks back and forth between them with a deadpan expression. * ''SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhostCoastToCoast'' used this in the episode "Curling Flower Space". At the end of Space Ghost's retelling of the last episodes events, everyone laughs twice and Creator/HannaBarbera ending music is used during both laughs.
29th Dec '15 8:13:21 AM Gimere
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An Everybody Laughs Ending is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what the name suggests]]: an episode (usually from a [[WesternAnimation Saturday-morning cartoon]] from the [[TheSixties 1960s]] all the way up to the [[TheEighties 1980s]], though [[{{Live Action TV}} live-action]] [[ComedyTropes comedy]] episodes have also been known to do this) that ends with all the main protagonists laughing, either at one last joke the writers squeezed in, at the expense of the PluckyComicRelief character, or as part of the defeated villain's HumiliationConga. This may be intended to let the viewer know that whatever problem the episode focused on has been vanquished and [[StatusQuoIsGod everything is fine and just as it should be]]. Often follows the characters learning an {{Anvilicious}} [[AnAesop Aesop]] or AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle. The return of a BrickJoke from the start of the episode is a common way of setting this up. Especially satisfying if the characters plant their fists on their hips and throw back her heads, BoisterousBruiser-style.
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An Everybody Laughs Ending is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what the name suggests]]: an episode (usually from a [[WesternAnimation Saturday-morning cartoon]] from the [[TheSixties 1960s]] all the way up to the [[TheEighties 1980s]], though [[{{Live Action TV}} [[LiveActionTV live-action]] [[ComedyTropes comedy]] episodes have also been known to do this) that ends with all the main protagonists laughing, either at one last joke the writers squeezed in, at the expense of the PluckyComicRelief character, or as part of the defeated villain's HumiliationConga. This may be intended to let the viewer know that whatever problem the episode focused on has been vanquished and [[StatusQuoIsGod everything is fine and just as it should be]]. Often follows the characters learning an {{Anvilicious}} [[AnAesop Aesop]] or AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle. The return of a BrickJoke from the start of the episode is a common way of setting this up. Especially satisfying if the characters plant their fists on their hips and throw back her heads, their heads BoisterousBruiser-style.

* The penultimate sequence of the Creator/AdamSandler comedy ''BigDaddy'' features Sonny Koufax and all of his friends laughing at Sonny's bitchy ex-girlfriend, who betrayed Sonny only to wind up with a boyfriend who is a [[BurgerFool hamburger-flipping schlub]] while Sonny has become a reasonably successful lawyer. (Technically, the laughter is directed at the burger-flipping boyfriend rather than the ex, but it's clear from her reaction that she feels humiliated.) * [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the live-action adaptation of ''GeorgeOfTheJungle'': one of the villain's {{Mooks}} trips and falls face-first in a pile of elephant dung, prompting a minor character to point this out as a "classic staple of physical comedy"; he then instructs everyone to "throw back their heads and laugh," which they do. * A bittersweet version can be seen in ''TheWildBunch''.
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* The penultimate sequence of the Creator/AdamSandler comedy ''BigDaddy'' ''Film/BigDaddy'' features Sonny Koufax and all of his friends laughing at Sonny's bitchy ex-girlfriend, who betrayed Sonny only to wind up with a boyfriend who is a [[BurgerFool hamburger-flipping schlub]] while Sonny has become a reasonably successful lawyer. (Technically, the laughter is directed at the burger-flipping boyfriend rather than the ex, but it's clear from her reaction that she feels humiliated.) * [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in the live-action adaptation of ''GeorgeOfTheJungle'': ''Film/GeorgeOfTheJungle'': one of the villain's {{Mooks}} trips and falls face-first in a pile of elephant dung, prompting a minor character to point this out as a "classic staple of physical comedy"; he then instructs everyone to "throw back their heads and laugh," which they do. * A bittersweet version can be seen in ''TheWildBunch''.''Film/TheWildBunch''.

* Book 7 of the ''SwordOfTruth'' series, of all things, ends this way, after Jenssen remarks that Richard must know a lot about magic. Everyone except Jenssen and Richard, who mutters that it's not that funny... * ''TheColorPurple''
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* Book 7 of the ''SwordOfTruth'' ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series, of all things, ends this way, after Jenssen remarks that Richard must know a lot about magic. Everyone except Jenssen and Richard, who mutters that it's not that funny... * ''TheColorPurple''''Literature/TheColorPurple''

* The Australian AffectionateParody of '70s cop shows ''FunkySquad'' always ended in this, with conspicuously fake "spontaneous laughter".
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* The Australian AffectionateParody of '70s cop shows ''FunkySquad'' ''Series/FunkySquad'' always ended in this, with conspicuously fake "spontaneous laughter".

* Many scenes in the ''KingdomHearts'' series end with the camera moving upwards and a painfully extended laugh by all present.
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* Many scenes in the ''KingdomHearts'' ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' series end with the camera moving upwards and a painfully extended laugh by all present.
24th Dec '15 9:11:19 PM Unicorndance
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An Everybody Laughs Ending is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what the name suggests]]: an episode (usually from a [[WesternAnimation Saturday-morning cartoon]] from the [[TheSixties 1960s]] all the way up to the [[TheEighties 1980s]], though [[{{Live Action TV}} live-action]] [[ComedyTropes comedy]] episodes have also been known to do this) that ends with all the main protagonists laughing, either at one last lame joke the writers squeezed in, at the expense of the PluckyComicRelief character, or as part of the defeated villain's HumiliationConga. This may be intended to let the viewer know that whatever problem the episode focused on has been vanquished and [[StatusQuoIsGod everything is fine and just as it should be]]. Often follows the characters learning an {{Anvilicious}} [[AnAesop Aesop]] or AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle. The return of a BrickJoke from the start of the episode is a common way of setting this up. Especially satisfying if the characters plant their fists on their hips and throw back her heads, BoisterousBruiser-style.
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An Everybody Laughs Ending is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin exactly what the name suggests]]: an episode (usually from a [[WesternAnimation Saturday-morning cartoon]] from the [[TheSixties 1960s]] all the way up to the [[TheEighties 1980s]], though [[{{Live Action TV}} live-action]] [[ComedyTropes comedy]] episodes have also been known to do this) that ends with all the main protagonists laughing, either at one last lame joke the writers squeezed in, at the expense of the PluckyComicRelief character, or as part of the defeated villain's HumiliationConga. This may be intended to let the viewer know that whatever problem the episode focused on has been vanquished and [[StatusQuoIsGod everything is fine and just as it should be]]. Often follows the characters learning an {{Anvilicious}} [[AnAesop Aesop]] or AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle. The return of a BrickJoke from the start of the episode is a common way of setting this up. Especially satisfying if the characters plant their fists on their hips and throw back her heads, BoisterousBruiser-style.
17th Oct '15 4:23:13 PM nombretomado
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* Every episode of ''PoliceSquad'' ends with Drebin and Hocker cracking a joke about the criminal they just sent to prison, followed by a mock-freeze frame: the main actors freeze, but the camera keeps running. The strain of holding the pose over the course of a minute takes a visual toll on the actors as events around them continue to play out, such as poured coffee overflowing and a prisoner trying to escape the set.
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* Every episode of ''PoliceSquad'' ''Series/PoliceSquad'' ends with Drebin and Hocker cracking a joke about the criminal they just sent to prison, followed by a mock-freeze frame: the main actors freeze, but the camera keeps running. The strain of holding the pose over the course of a minute takes a visual toll on the actors as events around them continue to play out, such as poured coffee overflowing and a prisoner trying to escape the set.
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