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9th Sep '17 3:53:22 AM foxley
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* ''Series/FatherBrown'': In "The Penitent Man", the VictimOfTheWeek is bludgeoned to death by his wife with a frying pan.
20th Aug '17 1:54:09 PM Axelmania
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* ''Film/WitchHunt'' 38 minutes, Tyrone holds up one to threaten Lovecraft, Lovecraft distracts him and pushes it into his face, in his face, knocking him out.
17th Aug '17 5:55:54 AM fairyfeller
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* In [Podcast/ThePenumbraPodcast], Mary-Ann wields a frying pan during ''The Coyote of the Painted Plain'', [[spoiler: using it to knock out her fiancée Beau.]]

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* In [Podcast/ThePenumbraPodcast], ''Podcast/ThePenumbraPodcast'', Mary-Ann wields a frying pan during ''The Coyote of the Painted Plain'', [[spoiler: using it to knock out her fiancée Beau.]]
17th Aug '17 5:51:34 AM fairyfeller
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* In [Podcast/ThePenumbraPodcast], Mary-Ann wields a frying pan during ''The Coyote of the Painted Plain'', [[spoiler: using it to knock out her fiancée Beau.]]
11th Jul '17 10:38:22 AM Axelmania
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*averted in Trolls, when Branch throws one at a giant (relative to a troll) spider and hits it in the head, it is only briefly confused and charges him.


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**it has different stats in Dungeon Fantasy: Taverns and Zombies
8th Jul '17 4:11:41 AM Danthefish
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* Pans are usable as weapons in "VideoGame/PlayerunknownsBattlegrounds" where, aside from doing the most damage of any melee weapon, they will also block any shots that hit them, whether the player is holding the pan or has it 'holstered' on their back.
1st Jul '17 3:12:16 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''Series/FawltyTowers'', Basil Fawlty brains Manuel with a frying pan after mistaking him for a burglar. According to TheOtherWiki, Cleese used an real metal frying pan instead of a rubber one, and actually knocked Andrew Sachs (Manuel) unconscious.

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* In an episode of ''Series/FawltyTowers'', Basil Fawlty brains Manuel with a frying pan after mistaking him for a burglar. According to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, Cleese used an real metal frying pan instead of a rubber one, and actually knocked Andrew Sachs (Manuel) unconscious.
27th Jun '17 5:50:18 AM Jubileus57
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* The Chef class in ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'' wield frying pans as their primary weapons. They can also use them to cook food to their allies and restore their health.
3rd Jun '17 7:21:08 PM pwiegle
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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:
--> "Master, did you know that the most common murder weapon here is a frying pan?"
--> "Blunt trauma, or just bad cooking?"
19th May '17 11:06:09 PM TheCuza
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* In ''VideoGame/SaltAndSanctuary'', the Iron Pot is the starting weapon of the Chef class (or any class if the player chooses to attempt the "Pot Only" challenge), and can be found very early in the game for everyone else. It's damage is as laughably pathetic as you'd expect a cooking utensil to be in a world where fighting off giant Cthulhu-like monstrosities is just a part of daily life... [[MagikarpPower at least at first]]. When upgraded at a blacksmith it gets a ''much'' bigger damage boost than other weapons. At max upgrade level it has the highest base damage out of anything smaller than a {{BFS}}, and even beats out most of ''those''. Granted, its stat scaling is still utter crap, so most other weapons will still do more damage if your stats are remotely decent, but its high base damage makes it very strong when used with elemental buffs, since the buff damage is based on the weapons base damage and does not factor in any scaling bonus. It also has the "Fast Hitter" ability, which makes it swing much faster than other weapons in its class.
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