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15th Jan '18 9:11:28 PM jormis29
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* In the Star Wars EU novels ''The Lando Calrissian Adventures'', Lando winds up in jail at one point, and his droid is impounded as evidence, resulting in this exchange when they're released:

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* In the Star Wars EU novels ''The Lando Calrissian Adventures'', ''Literature/TheLandoCalrissianAdventures'', Lando winds up in jail at one point, and his droid is impounded as evidence, resulting in this exchange when they're released:
26th Dec '17 7:30:40 PM nombretomado
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'', Yang's Wife (later named Sheila in ''[[FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears The After Years]]'') gives the heroes a frying pan with which to hit Yang, and doing so [[EasyAmnesia cures his memory loss]]. It's hinted that this is because it reminded him of the ''many'' times it apparently happened before. It's even hinted that she [[{{Tsundere}} shows her love with physical violence]] in the Japanese version, where the item is actually called the "Frying Pan of Love". The "Frying Pan of Love" returns with a ladle (meant for Yang and Sheila's daughter, Ursula) in ''The After Years''. After Yang and Ursula take their beatings, they groggily mumble as though waking up, clearly believing that Sheila was the one who hit them. [[WrenchWench Luca]] is left utterly dumbfounded.

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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'', Yang's Wife (later named Sheila in ''[[FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears The After Years]]'') gives the heroes a frying pan with which to hit Yang, and doing so [[EasyAmnesia cures his memory loss]]. It's hinted that this is because it reminded him of the ''many'' times it apparently happened before. It's even hinted that she [[{{Tsundere}} shows her love with physical violence]] in the Japanese version, where the item is actually called the "Frying Pan of Love". The "Frying Pan of Love" returns with a ladle (meant for Yang and Sheila's daughter, Ursula) in ''The After Years''. After Yang and Ursula take their beatings, they groggily mumble as though waking up, clearly believing that Sheila was the one who hit them. [[WrenchWench Luca]] is left utterly dumbfounded.
21st Dec '17 5:13:48 PM AuraXtreme
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-->'''Flynn''': [[ShoutOut I have got to]] [[IndependenceDay get me one of ''these!'']]

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-->'''Flynn''': [[ShoutOut I have got to]] [[IndependenceDay get me one of ''these!'']]of]] ''[[LethalJokeWeapon these!]]''
5th Dec '17 10:51:50 PM L4D2Ellis19
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* ''Film/MaryPoppins'' The cook Mrs. Brill attempts to use a frying pan to fend off the chimney sweeps when they hide in the Banks household.


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* In ''TheSimpsons'' Halloween Special Segment "Survival of the Fattest", Marge knocks out Mr. Burns and Smithers just before they kill Homer.


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29th Nov '17 9:00:19 PM KillerClowns
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Splatoon 2}}'', this is the weapon of choice for [[FishPeople the Salmonids]]. Sunken Scrolls even mention that they are {{Ancestral Weapon}}s, passed down from generation to generation and cared for in [[AlwaysChaoticEvil what passes for Salmonid culture]].
29th Nov '17 2:25:35 PM Jubileus57
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* In an episode of ''Series/LeCoeurASesRaisons'', Criquette knocks her fiancé Brett out with a frying pan to avoid telling him about her pregnancy.
16th Nov '17 1:58:33 PM sabrtoth
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* In the Broadway version of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," Willy Wonka subjects the factory visitors to an obstacle course of invisible hazards including a path with swinging frying pans. Most of the visitors take a blow or two as they navigate the course, though Mike Teavee takes the brunt of them, getting knocked silly repeatedly.
8th Nov '17 6:01:34 PM ReaderAt2046
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* This is Sonata Dusk's Harmonic weapon in FanFic/TheRainsverse.
8th Nov '17 11:47:49 AM REV6Pilot
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It should also be mentioned that wielding a typical cast iron skillet for any length of time, with any efficacy, would take considerable arm strength.

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It should also be mentioned that wielding a typical cast iron skillet for any length of time, with any efficacy, would take considerable arm strength.
strength. After all, a good skillet is considerably heavier than most war maces.
19th Oct '17 4:39:57 PM Axelmania
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*WesternAnimation/BatmanBadBlood Kate Kane uses one in bathrobe to defend herself and knocks out attacker.


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*Lego WesternAnimation/Ninjago in "The Attack" Misako uses one to defeat a Vermillion Warrior.
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