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27th Oct '17 9:45:08 PM Actua11y
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* There's a ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' one-shot where Takato has broken his leg (Kazu's fault) and Kazu, Henry and Kenta show up to keep him company one evening. They end up watching an ''incredibly'' dumb movie that Kazu suddenly starts finding funny at a very unfunny part. No one's sure what's wrong with him until Kenta bites into one of Takato's pain pills that was in his popcorn. Turns out the bottle spilled into the popcorn and everyone except Henry took at least a little. Cue Henry playing OnlySaneMan to his varying-degrees-of-stoned teammates.

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* There's a ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' one-shot where Takato has broken his leg (Kazu's fault) and Kazu, Henry and Kenta show up to keep him company one evening. They end up watching an ''incredibly'' dumb movie that Kazu suddenly starts finding funny at a very unfunny part. No one's sure what's wrong with him until Kenta bites into one of Takato's pain pills that was were in his popcorn. Turns out the bottle spilled into the popcorn and everyone except Henry took at least a little. Cue Henry playing OnlySaneMan to his varying-degrees-of-stoned teammates.



* In ''Film/TheFaculty'', the aliens have an adverse reaction to Zeke's homemade drugs that causes them to die instantly. The group snorts the drugs to prove to each other they are not infected. This leads to its own problem of not only are they being pursued by alien body snatchers, but now they are high as well.

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* In ''Film/TheFaculty'', the aliens have an adverse reaction to Zeke's homemade drugs that causes cause them to die instantly. The group snorts the drugs to prove to each other they are not infected. This leads to its own problem of not only are they being pursued by alien body snatchers, but now they are high as well.



* In the ''Literature/{{Illuminatus}}''-trilogy the protagonists at one point ''must'' take a dose of LSD each before entering a rock festival sponsored by the AncientConspiracy in order to prevent the enemy psychics from reading their minds. They needn't have bothered, since someone had already put the stuff in the water supply. Of course this being ''Illuminatus'', the protagonists keep getting stoned repeatedly anyway for fun, sport and enlightenment. It even includes Franklin Delano Roosevelt giving a good word for the stuff.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Illuminatus}}''-trilogy the protagonists at one point ''must'' take a dose of LSD each before entering a rock festival sponsored by the AncientConspiracy in order to prevent the enemy psychics from reading their minds. They needn't have bothered, bothered since someone had already put the stuff in the water supply. Of course this being ''Illuminatus'', the protagonists keep getting stoned repeatedly anyway for fun, sport sport, and enlightenment. It even includes Franklin Delano Roosevelt giving a good word for the stuff.



*** Well, the story only followed one of them further - his initial reaction was belief that his fellow Knights may be homosexuals, and that the Earth is probably flat. Later on he's interviewed in radio as a respected astrophysicist who through his new found thirst for knowledge quickly disproved the flat-earth theory and went on to study the actual evidence. It's left unknown what became of the rest of the Knights.

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*** Well, the story only followed one of them further - his initial reaction was belief that his fellow Knights may be homosexuals, and that the Earth is probably flat. Later on on, he's interviewed in radio as a respected astrophysicist who through his new found thirst for knowledge quickly disproved the flat-earth theory and went on to study the actual evidence. It's left unknown what became of the rest of the Knights.



* Happens in the novelisation of ''Series/OneFootInTheGrave'', courtesy of a batch of spiked mince pies.

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* Happens in the novelisation novelization of ''Series/OneFootInTheGrave'', courtesy of a batch of spiked mince pies.



** ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' had a LoveIsInTheAir episode, and one in which the entirety of the base's personnel (except for Odo, who gets to be the OnlySaneMan due to being goo in his true form) turn against each other, acting out an alien conflict, due to a {{Phlebotinum}}-ized disease.

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** ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' had a LoveIsInTheAir episode, and one episode in which the entirety of the base's personnel (except for Odo, who gets to be the OnlySaneMan due to being goo in his true form) turn against each other, acting out an alien conflict, due to a {{Phlebotinum}}-ized disease.
19th Sep '17 7:11:46 AM wingedcatgirl
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TropeNamer is the lyric from Music/BobDylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35." Ironically, the lyric isn't actually about drugs, but about judging people - i.e. stoning in the biblical sense). It's also used by Music/CypressHill from their album "Temple of Boom".

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TropeNamer is the lyric from Music/BobDylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35." Ironically, the lyric isn't actually [[FlipFlopOfGod may or may not]] be about drugs, but about judging people - i.e. stoning in the biblical sense).Biblical sense and not a drug reference at all. It's also used by Music/CypressHill from their album "Temple of Boom".
15th Aug '17 9:09:12 PM Discar
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* In the ''Series/PlayingHouse'' episode "Ride the Dragon", Zach makes pot-laced baklava for Emma to alleviate her chemo-induced nausea, but she decides to share the baklava with her friends, resulting in them all getting stoned. And then Zach decides to eat one, because he refuses to be the only not-stoned person there.

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* In the ''Series/PlayingHouse'' ''Series/PlayingHouse2014'' episode "Ride the Dragon", Zach makes pot-laced baklava for Emma to alleviate her chemo-induced nausea, but she decides to share the baklava with her friends, resulting in them all getting stoned. And then Zach decides to eat one, because he refuses to be the only not-stoned person there.
7th Jul '17 9:12:07 PM StrixObscuro
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* Not satisfied with characters that changed personalities from week to week, ''{{Series/Dollhouse}}'' sprung one of these only 7 episodes in. [[spoiler: The [[TechnicolorScience vibrant green]] [[AppliedPhlebotinum neurochemical]] affects normals and dolls differently. When it touches unaltered humans it has [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration "Naked Now"]]-like effects, and [[HilarityEnsues hilarity ensues]]. Conversely, it hits dolls more slowly resulting in PTSD-like flashbacks.]]

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* Not satisfied with characters that changed personalities from week to week, ''{{Series/Dollhouse}}'' sprung one of these only 7 episodes in. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The [[TechnicolorScience vibrant green]] [[AppliedPhlebotinum neurochemical]] affects normals and dolls differently. When it touches unaltered humans it has [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration "Naked Now"]]-like effects, and [[HilarityEnsues hilarity ensues]]. Conversely, it hits dolls more slowly slowly, resulting in PTSD-like flashbacks.]]



* In the ''Series/PlayingHouse'' episode "Ride the Dragon", Zach makes pot-laced baklava for Emma to alleviate her chemo-induced nausea, but she decides to share the baklava with her friends, resulting in them all getting stoned. And then Zach decides to eat one, because he refuses to be the only not-stoned person there.



* Music/TheFugs were the first rock band to openly praise marihuana in the lyrics. Examples are "Marijuana" (''Music/ItCrawledIntoMyHandHonest''), where various names of marijuna are named to a Gregorian chant, to advocate the drug

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* Music/TheFugs were the first rock band to openly praise marihuana marijuana in the lyrics. Examples are "Marijuana" (''Music/ItCrawledIntoMyHandHonest''), where various names of marijuna marijuana are named to a Gregorian chant, to advocate the drug
25th May '17 6:20:55 AM DustSnitch
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25th May '17 6:18:03 AM DustSnitch
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TropeNamer is the lyric from Music/BobDylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" (leading, incidentally, to one of the more notable musical instances of NonAppearingTitle and RefrainFromAssuming). It's also used by Music/CypressHill from their album "Temple of Boom".

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TropeNamer is the lyric from Music/BobDylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" (leading, incidentally, to one of 35." Ironically, the more notable musical instances of NonAppearingTitle and RefrainFromAssuming).lyric isn't actually about drugs, but about judging people - i.e. stoning in the biblical sense). It's also used by Music/CypressHill from their album "Temple of Boom".



* Ironically, the aforementioned TropeNamer "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" isn't actually about drugs, but about judging people - i.e. stoning in the biblical sense).
6th Apr '17 4:27:47 AM WillBGood
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
** In episode "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid", an invasion of knowledge-devouring Brainspawn causes everyone on Earth to fall into [[TheDitz ditzy]] levels of stupidity. Everyone [[OnlySaneMan except for Fry]], who lacks certain types of brainwaves as the result of [[StableTimeLoop being his own grandfather]].
** "[[Recap/FuturamaS6E17Benderama Benderama]]" has everyone on Earth completely intoxicated after millions of atom-sized Benders converted the planet's water into alcohol.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
** In episode "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid", an invasion of knowledge-devouring Brainspawn causes everyone on Earth to fall into [[TheDitz ditzy]] levels of stupidity. Everyone [[OnlySaneMan except for Fry]], who lacks certain types of brainwaves as the result of [[StableTimeLoop being his own grandfather]].
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''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': "[[Recap/FuturamaS6E17Benderama Benderama]]" has everyone on Earth completely intoxicated after millions of atom-sized Benders converted the planet's water into alcohol.
6th Apr '17 4:26:50 AM WillBGood
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Trope Name is the lyric from Music/BobDylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" (leading, incidentally, to one of the more notable musical instances of NonAppearingTitle and RefrainFromAssuming). It's also used by Music/CypressHill from their album "Temple of Boom".

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Trope Name TropeNamer is the lyric from Music/BobDylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" (leading, incidentally, to one of the more notable musical instances of NonAppearingTitle and RefrainFromAssuming). It's also used by Music/CypressHill from their album "Temple of Boom".



* Ironically, the aforementioned TropeNamer "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" isn't actually about drugs, but about judging people - i.e. stoning in the biblical sense).



* Music/BobDylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" is the aforementioned TropeNamer; ironic considering the song isn't actually about drugs, but about judging people - i.e. stoning in the biblical sense).
6th Apr '17 4:25:43 AM WillBGood
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* Trope Namer is the lyric from Music/BobDylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" from ''Music/BlondeOnBlonde'' (leading, incidentally, to one of the more notable musical instances of NonAppearingTitle and RefrainFromAssuming; also ironic considering the song isn't actually about drugs, but about judging people - i.e. stoning in the biblical sense). It's also used by Music/CypressHill from their album "Temple of Boom".

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* Trope Namer is the lyric from Music/BobDylan's "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" from ''Music/BlondeOnBlonde'' (leading, incidentally, to one of is the more notable musical instances of NonAppearingTitle and RefrainFromAssuming; also aforementioned TropeNamer; ironic considering the song isn't actually about drugs, but about judging people - i.e. stoning in the biblical sense). It's also used by Music/CypressHill from their album "Temple of Boom".
28th Dec '16 4:46:21 PM WillKeaton
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Most or all of the cast is exposed to some kind of mood-altering substance or object and start behaving very strangely, usually by acting out normally-inhibited impulses. Often includes elements of {{Only Sane Man}}, who has to figure out what's happening and neutralize the effect. Either that or the majority of the cast is either drinking or [[TheStoner using drugs]] and gets [[SexAndDrugsAndRockAndRoll either drunk or high and maybe frisky]] .

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Most or all of the cast is exposed to some kind of mood-altering substance or object and start behaving very strangely, usually by acting out normally-inhibited impulses. Often includes elements of {{Only Sane Man}}, who has to figure out what's happening and neutralize the effect. Either that or the majority of the cast is either drinking or [[TheStoner using drugs]] and gets [[SexAndDrugsAndRockAndRoll either drunk or high and maybe frisky]] .
frisky.]]
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