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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.]]
5th Nov '16 11:44:35 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* In "Crackers Don't Matter", everyone on board Moya is affected by the work of a passenger they take on board. Here, it's a case of [[spoiler: the light that the insect-like alien produces, sending the entire crew crazy, due to it affecting the optic nerve, with John remaining slightly more coherent due to his comparatively poor eyesight.]] This is probably one of the funniest episodes in the entire series and certainly the first time the viewer sees just how well Browder does crazy.

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* ** In "Crackers Don't Matter", everyone on board Moya is affected by the work of a passenger they take on board. Here, it's a case of [[spoiler: the light that the insect-like alien produces, sending the entire crew crazy, due to it affecting the optic nerve, with John remaining slightly more coherent due to his comparatively poor eyesight.]] This is probably one of the funniest episodes in the entire series and certainly the first time the viewer sees just how well Browder does crazy.
28th Oct '16 9:00:41 PM eroock
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28th Oct '16 9:00:27 PM eroock
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28th Oct '16 8:56:55 PM eroock
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' 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]].
** Another episode had 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 the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' 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]].
** Another episode had "[[Recap/FuturamaS6E17Benderama Benderama]]" has everyone on Earth completely intoxicated after millions of atom-sized Benders converted the planet's water into alcohol.
16th Jun '16 8:34:02 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[That70sShow That 70s Show]]'': Not only do the main characters smoke weed on a regular basis, there has been an episode where some marijuana-laced brownies are accidentally eaten by Red and Kitty (who would never voluntarily get stoned). HilarityEnsues
* ''TheMonkees'': episode “Mijacogeo: The Frodis Caper.” The Monkees must save the world from the evil work of Wizard Glick, who is “hypnotizing” everyone’s mind through televisions emitting [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar “frodis”]] power. You figure out the rest.
* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' Red Kryptonite has this affect on Kryptonians and has been used so much that characters in show have referenced it anytime a Kryptonian has been acting odder than usual. Producers only wanted to use it for season 2 and the season three opener, but the Network loved it and insisted that it get more use in the series than was ever intended.

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* ''[[That70sShow That 70s Show]]'': ''Series/That70sShow'': Not only do the main characters smoke weed on a regular basis, there has been an episode where some marijuana-laced brownies are accidentally eaten by Red and Kitty (who would never voluntarily get stoned). HilarityEnsues
* ''TheMonkees'': ''Series/TheMonkees'': episode “Mijacogeo: The Frodis Caper.” The Monkees must save the world from the evil work of Wizard Glick, who is “hypnotizing” everyone’s mind through televisions emitting [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar “frodis”]] power. You figure out the rest.
* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
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Red Kryptonite has this affect on Kryptonians and has been used so much that characters in show have referenced it anytime a Kryptonian has been acting odder than usual. Producers only wanted to use it for season 2 and the season three opener, but the Network loved it and insisted that it get more use in the series than was ever intended.



*** The episodes ''Nicodemus'' and ''Rush'' had people lose their inhibitions due to a rare pollen and ancient (possibly Kryptonian) parasites, respectively. In both these episodes, Clark is pretty much the only one not affected [[spoiler: in ''Rush'', however, Chloe and Pete use Red Kryptonite to make him join them]].
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', named "Crackers Don't Matter" everyone on board Moya is affected by the work of a passenger they take on board. Here, it's a case of [[spoiler: the light that the insect-like alien produces, sending the entire crew crazy, due to it affecting the optic nerve, with John remaining slightly more coherent due to his comparatively poor eyesight.]] This is probably one of the funniest episodes in the entire series and certainly the first time the viewer sees just how well Browder does crazy.
** Then there's "Meltdown", where a rupture in Talyn's systems results in him spilling mist that heightens certain character traits in each person. Stark gets penitent and hung up on TheLostLenore while making their current crisis a bit worse, Crais embraces his inner screaming control freak, Rygel can't stop eating, and John and Aeryn can barely keep from banging each other up one side of Talyn and down the other.

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*** ** The episodes ''Nicodemus'' "Nicodemus" and ''Rush'' "Rush" had people lose their inhibitions due to a rare pollen and ancient (possibly Kryptonian) parasites, respectively. In both these episodes, Clark is pretty much the only one not affected [[spoiler: in ''Rush'', however, Chloe and Pete use Red Kryptonite to make him join them]].
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'':
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', named "Crackers Don't Matter" Matter", everyone on board Moya is affected by the work of a passenger they take on board. Here, it's a case of [[spoiler: the light that the insect-like alien produces, sending the entire crew crazy, due to it affecting the optic nerve, with John remaining slightly more coherent due to his comparatively poor eyesight.]] This is probably one of the funniest episodes in the entire series and certainly the first time the viewer sees just how well Browder does crazy.
** Then there's There's also "Meltdown", where a rupture in Talyn's systems results in him spilling mist that heightens certain character traits in each person. Stark gets penitent and hung up on TheLostLenore while making their current crisis a bit worse, Crais embraces his inner screaming control freak, Rygel can't stop eating, and John and Aeryn can barely keep from banging each other up one side of Talyn and down the other.



* The sit-com ''{{Taxi}}'' had one of these as well, where Latka brought in some cookies made with his old country grandmother's favorite recipe. Everyone proceeded to get completely stoned, except Jim, who sampled the cookies, looked thoughtful, and then said "Peru". He samples a bit more, and says "1974" (the episode aired in 1981). He samples a bit more, and says "Southern Peru". He samples a bit more, and says "Before the rains". The parody of coffee and wine snobs identifying a vintage by taste, and the idea that Jim was enough of an expert to do this with coca leaves, was hysterically funny.

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* The sit-com ''{{Taxi}}'' ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' had one of these as well, where Latka brought in some cookies made with his old country grandmother's favorite recipe. Everyone proceeded to get completely stoned, except Jim, who sampled the cookies, looked thoughtful, and then said "Peru". He samples a bit more, and says "1974" (the episode aired in 1981). He samples a bit more, and says "Southern Peru". He samples a bit more, and says "Before the rains". The parody of coffee and wine snobs identifying a vintage by taste, and the idea that Jim was enough of an expert to do this with coca leaves, was hysterically funny.
18th May '16 9:10:50 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In ''TrailerParkBoys'', the lead characters are ''always'' doing it (even when they're in prison) and almost everyone does at some time or other.

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* In ''TrailerParkBoys'', ''Series/TrailerParkBoys'', the lead characters are ''always'' doing it (even when they're in prison) and almost everyone does at some time or other.
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