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21st Mar '17 4:17:07 PM TheWanderer
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* WordOfGod from Creator/TeamFourStar is that the entire first season of ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' was a setup so they could end the season with the revelation that Vegeta is now being haunted by the ghost of Nappa, Vegeta's annoying henchman that he killed in a [[RageBreakingPoint fit of rage]] during the previous episode. More to the point, to have Ghost Nappa sing a parody of the [[Film/Ghostbusters1984 original]] ''[[Film/Ghostbusters1984 Ghostbusters]]'' theme song.
17th Mar '17 1:48:29 AM legendaryweredragon
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* [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%203/155 This page]] of ''Webcomic/{{Erfworld}}''
1st Mar '17 4:03:53 PM eroock
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->''Upon discovering that Miles Black, the famous phrenologist from Yorkshire, was going to take up yodeling to lonely goats in Bali, James White decided to balance four planks of wood on a beer keg and call it an abstract work of art in the style of a famous fourteenth-century architect, just going to prove that people will read any old garbage if they think there will be a good pun at the end of it.''

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->''Upon ->''"Upon discovering that Miles Black, the famous phrenologist from Yorkshire, was going to take up yodeling to lonely goats in Bali, James White decided to balance four planks of wood on a beer keg and call it an abstract work of art in the style of a famous fourteenth-century architect, just going to prove that people will read any old garbage if they think there will be a good pun at the end of it.''"''
16th Feb '17 9:05:43 AM GothicProphet
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* After taking [=LSD=], a man in Oregon attacked a car, claiming he was an Elf and the car was [[Literature/TheSilmarillion the Dark Lord Morgoth]]. He was a high elf.
5th Feb '17 7:45:39 PM Andyroid
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* ''Series/TheMuppetShow'': The Peter Ustinov episode had [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JWfV-fWEg4 a skit]] where Ustinov tells Fozzie a rambling story about a man named Benny who was told he would live forever if he never shaved his beard. When he tried to shave for the sake of love, he was [[BalefulPolymorph turned into a Grecian urn]]. [[SpoofAesop The moral of the story]]: [[spoiler: A Benny shaved is a Benny urned.]]
13th Jan '17 11:30:59 PM Eddy1215
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* ''Radio/RightBetweenTheEars'' has a recurring sketch called "The Casebook Of Mobile Holmes", which is basically a setup of bad puns done in Sherlock Holmes style. This pretty much ends up with a Feghoot like this:

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* ''Radio/RightBetweenTheEars'' ''RightBetweenTheEars'' has a recurring sketch called "The Casebook Of Mobile Holmes", which is basically a setup of bad puns done in Sherlock Holmes style. This pretty much ends up with a Feghoot like this:



* In later seasons of ''Radio/MyWord'', the final round consisted of Frank Muir and Denis Norden each telling a convulted shaggy dog story that ended with a pun based on a famous phrase or quotation. Muir and Norden later compiled several volumes of books containing some of the ''My Word!'' stories. Examples included Norden's explanation of how he worked his exit from the army with pedantically exact interpretations of his superior officers' orders ("Brief on 'shun' is better than QR" (that is, Queen's Regulations) - "prevention is better than cure"), and Muir's account of his desperately scouring the contents of his neighbour's greenhouse, having bet him £50 that he could work them into a ''My Word!'' story ("A snipe, a harp, a fern, corn, seeded trayfuls" - "a snapper up of unconsidered trifles").

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* In later seasons of ''Radio/MyWord'', ''MyWord'', the final round consisted of Frank Muir and Denis Norden each telling a convulted shaggy dog story that ended with a pun based on a famous phrase or quotation. Muir and Norden later compiled several volumes of books containing some of the ''My Word!'' stories. Examples included Norden's explanation of how he worked his exit from the army with pedantically exact interpretations of his superior officers' orders ("Brief on 'shun' is better than QR" (that is, Queen's Regulations) - "prevention is better than cure"), and Muir's account of his desperately scouring the contents of his neighbour's greenhouse, having bet him £50 that he could work them into a ''My Word!'' story ("A snipe, a harp, a fern, corn, seeded trayfuls" - "a snapper up of unconsidered trifles").
13th Jan '17 11:30:01 PM Eddy1215
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* The ScienceFiction [[YoungAdultLiterature YA novel]] ''Gemina'' features a dark twist on this type of story. One of the [[MooK Mooks]] starts telling a "joke" to his comrades. It's about a man who travels to a foreign land and stops in this little bar, but every time he tries to drink a beer, the bartender sounds an alert and screams "The wolves are coming!" Everyone runs and hides, and every time they come back the traveler's glass is empty. Finally fed up, the traveler refuses to join everyone else in the cellar, arguing with the bartender until he's left alone to enjoy his beer in peace. The "punchline": [[spoiler: "Then the wolves came. And they ate him. [[{{ArsonMurderAndJaywalking}} And drank his beer]]."]] It's creepy in context, especially due to the [[MindRape surrounding]] [[BrainFood circumstances.]]

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* The ScienceFiction [[YoungAdultLiterature YA novel]] ''Gemina'' features a dark twist on this type of story. One of the [[MooK Mooks]] {{Mook}}s starts telling a "joke" to his comrades. It's about a man who travels to a foreign land and stops in this little bar, but every time he tries to drink a beer, the bartender sounds an alert and screams "The wolves are coming!" Everyone runs and hides, and every time they come back the traveler's glass is empty. Finally fed up, the traveler refuses to join everyone else in the cellar, arguing with the bartender until he's left alone to enjoy his beer in peace. The "punchline": [[spoiler: "Then the wolves came. And they ate him. [[{{ArsonMurderAndJaywalking}} And drank his beer]]."]] It's creepy in context, especially due to the [[MindRape surrounding]] [[BrainFood circumstances.]]
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* ''RightBetweenTheEars'' has a recurring sketch called "The Casebook Of Mobile Holmes", which is basically a setup of bad puns done in Sherlock Holmes style. This pretty much ends up with a Feghoot like this:
** Mobile wanted the rest of the gang to take a plumbing course in Egypt: "Yes, we'll all be [[spoiler:pharoah faucet majors]]."

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* ''RightBetweenTheEars'' ''Radio/RightBetweenTheEars'' has a recurring sketch called "The Casebook Of Mobile Holmes", which is basically a setup of bad puns done in Sherlock Holmes style. This pretty much ends up with a Feghoot like this:
** Mobile wanted the rest of the gang to take a plumbing course in Egypt: "Yes, we'll all be [[spoiler:pharoah [[spoiler:pharaoh faucet majors]]."



* In later seasons of ''MyWord'', the final round consisted of Frank Muir and Denis Norden each telling a convulted shaggy dog story that ended with a pun based on a famous phrase or quotation. Muir and Norden later compiled several volumes of books containing some of the ''My Word!'' stories. Examples included Norden's explanation of how he worked his exit from the army with pedantically exact interpretations of his superior officers' orders ("Brief on 'shun' is better than QR" (that is, Queen's Regulations) - "prevention is better than cure"), and Muir's account of his desperately scouring the contents of his neighbour's greenhouse, having bet him £50 that he could work them into a ''My Word!'' story ("A snipe, a harp, a fern, corn, seeded trayfuls" - "a snapper up of unconsidered trifles").

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* In later seasons of ''MyWord'', ''Radio/MyWord'', the final round consisted of Frank Muir and Denis Norden each telling a convulted shaggy dog story that ended with a pun based on a famous phrase or quotation. Muir and Norden later compiled several volumes of books containing some of the ''My Word!'' stories. Examples included Norden's explanation of how he worked his exit from the army with pedantically exact interpretations of his superior officers' orders ("Brief on 'shun' is better than QR" (that is, Queen's Regulations) - "prevention is better than cure"), and Muir's account of his desperately scouring the contents of his neighbour's greenhouse, having bet him £50 that he could work them into a ''My Word!'' story ("A snipe, a harp, a fern, corn, seeded trayfuls" - "a snapper up of unconsidered trifles").






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13th Jan '17 6:44:50 PM WardenDresden42
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* The ScienceFiction [[YoungAdultLiterature YA novel]] ''Gemina'' features a dark twist on this type of story. One of the [[MooK Mooks]] starts telling a "joke" to his comrades. It's about a man who travels to a foreign land and stops in this little bar, but every time he tries to drink a beer, the bartender sounds an alert and screams "The wolves are coming!" Everyone runs and hides, and every time they come back the traveler's glass is empty. Finally fed up, the traveler refuses to join everyone else in the cellar, arguing with the bartender until he's left alone to enjoy his beer in peace. The "punchline": [[spoiler: "Then the wolves came. And they ate him. [[{{ArsonMurderAndJaywalking}} And drank his beer]]."]] It's creepy in context, especially due to the [[MindRape surrounding]] [[BrainFood circumstances.]]
9th Jan '17 10:34:11 AM FurryKef
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* [[http://www.news.com.au/world/asia/mans-girlfriend-and-ex-partner-jump-into-river-to-see-who-hell-rescue/story-fnh81fz8-1227269168173 A man in China]] had his girlfriend Rong and ex-girlfriend Jun both jump into a river to see which one of them he would rescue. [[spoiler: He chose Rong.]]

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* [[http://www.news.com.au/world/asia/mans-girlfriend-and-ex-partner-jump-into-river-to-see-who-hell-rescue/story-fnh81fz8-1227269168173 A man in China]] had was faced with rescuing his girlfriend Rong and or his ex-girlfriend Jun after they both jump jumped into a river to see which one of them he would rescue.river. [[spoiler: He chose Rong.]]
9th Nov '16 11:27:15 AM Andyroid
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* ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' had a sketch called "A Joke by [[Creator/IngmarBergman Ingmar Bergman]]". Servo and Crow walk along a pier, counting the slits between the wooden boards, until they reach the end and Servo falls in. Crow summarizes, "When you're out of slits, you're out of pier." This is a play on an old beer commercial tagline, "When you're out of Schlitz, you're out of beer." In true Ingmar Bergmann style, it's all black and white with almost no dialog or action, and has a length of over four minutes.

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* ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' had a sketch from "The Sword and the Dragon" episode called "A Joke by [[Creator/IngmarBergman Ingmar Bergman]]". Servo and Crow walk along a pier, counting the wooden boards and the slits between the wooden boards, them, until they reach the end and Servo falls in. Crow summarizes, "When you're out of slits, you're out of pier." This is a play on an old beer commercial tagline, "When you're out of Schlitz, you're out of beer." In [[LeFilmArtistique true Ingmar Bergmann style, Bergman style]], it's all black and white with almost no dialog or action, and has a length of over four minutes.
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