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26th Aug '16 12:14:28 PM KhesterBarbatos
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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' plays this for laughs, having the father refer to marijuana as "sandwiches" in order to avoid outright mentioning the drug to his kids, and the live action has the characters puffing on them as though they were blunts. In one episode they baked a bag of "sandwiches" into brownies.

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* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' plays this for laughs, having the father Future!Ted refer to marijuana as "sandwiches" in order to avoid outright mentioning the drug to his kids, and the live action has the characters puffing on them as though they were blunts. In one episode they baked a bag of "sandwiches" into brownies.
18th Aug '16 12:00:31 AM BobRiddle
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheGoodDinosaur'', Arlo and Spot eat some fruit from the ground. Judging from the hallucinations following, it was well fermented fruit.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', Numbah 2 was once a chocolate sauce addict; he claims he's "off the sauce" in "Operation: S.P.A.N.K.E.N.S.T.I.N.E.", but the end suggests he might have relapsed.
* In one ''U.S. Acres'' segment of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', Roy asks Wade for "just one" of his peanuts. Despite Wade's warning that "nobody can eat just one" peanut, Roy insists. However, true to Wade's warning, Roy starts craving another, and when Orson's no-good brothers loot the peanut supply, Roy goes nuts trying to find more peanuts. (There's a bout of HypocriticalHumor at the end, where Orson, who's narrating, calls it dumb that anyone could go crazy over peanuts; then someone from offstage offers him a potato chip...)
14th Jul '16 3:04:58 PM StFan
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* During ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobSquarepantsMovie'', Spongebob gets a hangover from too much ice cream.
* Archibald Snatcher, the BigBad of ''WesternAnimation/TheBoxtrolls'', is obsessed with cheese as a status symbol, even though eating it causes a violent allergic reaction that not only [[BodyHorror makes his face swell up in a nasty fashion]], but causes him to act like a surly drunk and even hallucinate at one point. One of his lackeys, Mr. Pickles, even warns him "You know what cheese can do to you…"
* While ''Animation/FantasticPlanet'' is hardly G-rated, the film abounds with drug imagery, drug effects, hallucinatory other-worlds - and yet, no real drugs.
* [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] and {{Bowdlerized}} in KikisDeliveryService where Kiki and her friends are shown to drink coffee (with no ill effects). The English translation implies they are drinking hot chocolate instead.

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* During ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongebobSquarepantsMovie'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongeBobSquarePantsMovie'', Spongebob gets a hangover from too much ice cream.
* Archibald Snatcher, the BigBad of ''WesternAnimation/TheBoxtrolls'', is obsessed with cheese as a status symbol, even though eating it causes a violent allergic reaction that not only [[BodyHorror makes his face swell up in a nasty fashion]], but causes him to act like a surly drunk and even hallucinate at one point. One of his lackeys, Mr. Pickles, even warns him "You know what cheese can do to you…"
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* While ''Animation/FantasticPlanet'' is hardly G-rated, the film abounds with drug imagery, drug effects, hallucinatory other-worlds - -- and yet, no real drugs.
* [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] and {{Bowdlerized}} in KikisDeliveryService ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService'' where Kiki and her friends are shown to drink coffee (with no ill effects). The English translation implies they are drinking hot chocolate instead.instead.
* In ''Disney/FrozenFever'', Elsa's cold starts to make her act increasingly delirious as the short continues. It's implied the cold medicine Anna got from Oaken didn't help matters (in olden days, it was common for "patent medicines" to contain strong narcotics like cocaine and heroin).



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* ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera'' averted this hard with Zydrate. The promo stuff made it seem G-rated, but then it's first appearance in the actual movie was when Grave-Robber extracted it from a corpse, and it has some pretty nightmarish effects. Towards the finale, Amber Sweet, the daughter of the owner of GeneCo, Rotti Largo, has [[spoiler:her face fall off]] because of [[spoiler:a shoddy, last-minute surgery to fix her accidentally-scarred face right before the opera.]] The really nightmarish thing is that ''she isn't screaming'' because she's so high off Zydrate.
** The nightmarish effects are because, when you're ''extracting it from a corpse'', it's bound to be a little less than 99 44/100% pure. The official GeneCo version just seems to be a very effective (and incidentally addictive) painkiller.

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* ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera'' averted averts this hard with Zydrate. The promo stuff made makes it seem G-rated, but then it's its first appearance in the actual movie was is when Grave-Robber extracted extracts it from a corpse, and it has some pretty nightmarish effects. Towards the finale, Amber Sweet, the daughter of the owner of GeneCo, [=GeneCo=], Rotti Largo, has [[spoiler:her face fall off]] because of [[spoiler:a shoddy, last-minute surgery to fix her accidentally-scarred face right before the opera.]] The really nightmarish thing is that ''she isn't screaming'' because she's so high off Zydrate.
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Zydrate. The nightmarish effects are because, when you're ''extracting it from a corpse'', it's bound to be a little less than 99 44/100% pure. The official GeneCo [=GeneCo=] version just seems to be a very effective (and incidentally addictive) painkiller.



* Radagast in ''{{Film/The Hobbit}}'' feels the effects of Gandalf's pipe-weed, and Saruman later comments disapprovingly on his consumption of mushrooms.
** At the risk of informing you of something you already know: Tolkien '''unambiguously''' intended "pipe-weed" to be interpreted as ''Nicotiana'', not ''Cannabis''. Though tobacco does contain, as the genus name indicates, ''nicotine'', and that can give people who aren't used to it a "buzz".

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* Radagast in ''{{Film/The Hobbit}}'' ''Film/TheHobbit'' feels the effects of Gandalf's pipe-weed, and Saruman later comments disapprovingly on his consumption of mushrooms.
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mushrooms. At the risk of informing you of something you already know: Tolkien '''unambiguously''' intended "pipe-weed" to be interpreted as ''Nicotiana'', not ''Cannabis''. Though tobacco does contain, as the genus name indicates, ''nicotine'', and that can give people who aren't used to it a "buzz".



-->'''Annabeth''': I think I figured it out, I know why we're here.
-->'''Percy''': Why are we here?
-->'''Annabeth''': To '''HAVE FUN!'''

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-->'''Annabeth''': -->'''Annabeth:''' I think I figured it out, I know why we're here.
-->'''Percy''':
here.\\
'''Percy:'''
Why are we here?
-->'''Annabeth''':
here?\\
'''Annabeth:'''
To '''HAVE FUN!'''



* In Kage Baker's ''[[Literature/TheCompanyNovels Company]]'' series, the cyborg process gives (along with superpowers) immunity to all the usual drugs — but, unexpectedly, cyborgs get stoned on chocolate.

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* In Kage Baker's ''[[Literature/TheCompanyNovels Company]]'' series, the cyborg process gives (along with superpowers) immunity to all the usual drugs -- but, unexpectedly, cyborgs get stoned on chocolate.



-->'''Sanya''': You are a drug dealer. To tiny faeries. For shame.

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-->'''Sanya''': -->'''Sanya:''' You are a drug dealer. To tiny faeries. For shame.



* ''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}'' had an episode about thornoids, which were sentient drugs meant to increase strength and muscles size, but had a side-effect of growing thorns. Another episode focused on Robbie and Spike happening upon a plant in the forest which they eat, and become high. Robbie brings it back home and soon Earl and Charlene get high on it, and Earl brings it to work where everyone ''there'' eats it too--[[CrowningMomentOfFunny including his boss Mr. Richfield]]--and they're in a marijuana-like high for most of the episode, eventually running out of food in the house. In the end, they go back to the forest to find more of the plant, only to find Spike--who never left where he was--covered in dirt and leaves after just being high in the forest for a week. Robbie then lampshades this by breaking the fourth wall and telling the audience that drugs are bad because drug use compels sitcoms like ''Dinosaurs'' to do obligatory drug-PSA episodes like this one.



* ''Series/FraggleRock'' had "Wembley's wonderful whoopie water" although the episode that featured it was NOT about drugs.
* ''Series/{{ALF}}'' once got addicted to cotton, where the effects seem like a combination of being both high and drunk.

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* ''Series/FraggleRock'' had "Wembley's wonderful whoopie water" although the episode that featured it was NOT about drugs.
* ''Series/{{ALF}}''
''Series/{{ALF}}'': Alf once got addicted to cotton, where the effects seem like a combination of being both high and drunk.



-->''(Gibbs walks into her lab with his hands behind his back)''
-->'''Abby''': What are you hiding?
-->''(Gibbs reveals a Caf-Pow)''
-->'''Abby''': Oh no! It's too late, I can't.
-->''(Gibbs reveals a No Caf-Pow)''
-->'''Abby''': Gibbs, you are an enabler. And I love you for it. ''(takes both of them)''
* The ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial ''Nightmare of Eden'' has the drug Vraoxin, an organic substance whose origin are unknown but whose properties are ultimately lethal.

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-->''(Gibbs -->''[Gibbs walks into her lab with his hands behind his back)''
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Oh no! It's too late, I can't.
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Gibbs, you are an enabler. And I love you for it. ''(takes ''[takes both of them)''
them]''
* The ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial ''Nightmare "Nightmare of Eden'' Eden" has the drug Vraoxin, an organic substance whose origin are unknown but whose properties are ultimately lethal.



* ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' has an episode where the main characters slide into a Prohibition-like world, where caffeine has taken the place of alcohol. Along with the clothing and music styles of the 20s, they also got speakeasies, where coffee is sold in tiny bags for $5 each, gangsters, and corrupt cops. Another episode had the opposite. A world where there are no illegal drugs, and being an addict is mandatory. Cops walk around with tranq guns to calm down those who have gone off meds, until they can get an implant that allows easy injections directly into the bloodstream.
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}'', Tory Grant and Kari tested a myth about smugglers smuggling contraband across borders by driving with no lights on to evade detection. The (theoretical) contraband being smuggled in this scenario? Canadian maple syrup.

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* ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' has ''Series/{{Sliders}}'':
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an episode where episode, the main characters slide into a Prohibition-like world, where caffeine has taken the place of alcohol. Along with the clothing and music styles of the 20s, they also got speakeasies, where coffee is sold in tiny bags for $5 each, gangsters, and corrupt cops. cops.
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Another episode had has the opposite. A opposite: a world where there are no illegal drugs, and being an addict is mandatory. Cops walk around with tranq guns to calm down those who have gone off meds, until they can get an implant that allows easy injections directly into the bloodstream.
* In an episode of ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}'', ''Series/MythBusters'', Tory Grant and Kari tested a myth about smugglers smuggling contraband across borders by driving with no lights on to evade detection. The (theoretical) contraband being smuggled in this scenario? Canadian maple syrup.



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* ''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}'':
** The show has an episode about thornoids, which are sentient drugs meant to increase strength and muscles size, but have side-effect of growing thorns.
** Another episode focuses on Robbie and Spike happening upon a plant in the forest which they eat, and become high. Robbie brings it back home and soon Earl and Charlene get high on it, and Earl brings it to work where everyone ''there'' eats it too -- [[CrowningMomentOfFunny including his boss Mr. Richfield]] -- and they're in a marijuana-like high for most of the episode, eventually running out of food in the house. In the end, they go back to the forest to find more of the plant, only to find Spike -- who never left where he was -- covered in dirt and leaves after just being high in the forest for a week. Robbie then lampshades this by breaking the fourth wall and telling the audience that drugs are bad because drug use compels sitcoms like ''Dinosaurs'' to do obligatory drug-PSA episodes like this one.
* ''Series/FraggleRock'' had "Wembley's wonderful whoopie water" although the episode that featured it was NOT about drugs.
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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': According to Strong Bad, too much "blue drink" will apparently warp a child's mind enough to start creating imaginary friends. Also soy sauce. [[NoodleIncident And that's about all we learn about it.]]
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-->'''Nina (in Layla's body)''': Don't worry. I drank warm milk with ''extra'' honey. She'll be out for ''hours''!

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-->'''Nina (in Layla's body)''': body):''' Don't worry. I drank warm milk with ''extra'' honey. She'll be out for ''hours''!



-->'''Miles (narrating)''': I must say, I did not expect intoxication was possible from a can of orange soda.
* When ''Webcomic/KnightsOfBuenaVista'' covers ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'', chocolate changes from Anna's TrademarkFavoriteFood to being an addiction, due to minor MinMaxing.

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-->'''Miles (narrating)''': -->'''Miles:''' ''[narrating]'' I must say, I did not expect intoxication was possible from a can of orange soda.
* When ''Webcomic/KnightsOfBuenaVista'' covers ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'', ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', chocolate changes from Anna's TrademarkFavoriteFood to being an addiction, due to minor MinMaxing.



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* According to [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad]], too much "blue drink" will apparently warp a child's mind enough to start creating imaginary friends. Also soy sauce. [[NoodleIncident And that's about all we learn about it.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' had an episode where Sokka (and [[TeamPet Momo]]) were high on cactus juice almost the entire time.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' had has an episode where Sokka (and [[TeamPet Momo]]) were are high on cactus juice almost the entire time.



* ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'' parodied this in an episode revolving around Abe's destructive addiction to smoking ''raisins''. After learning that you can't actually get high on raisins, the students decide to kick the habit for good and "[[SpoofAesop smoke crack, instead]]!"

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* ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'' parodied parodies this in an episode revolving around Abe's destructive addiction to smoking ''raisins''. After learning that you can't actually get high on raisins, the students decide to kick the habit for good and "[[SpoofAesop smoke crack, instead]]!"



* There was an episode of ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' featuring a Bang Baby with the ability to give other people super powers temporarily...at the price of not telling anyone where they got them; oh, and they have to steal stuff for him. Well, if you want to get high--uh, get super powers...
* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''

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* There was an episode of ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' featuring a Bang Baby with the ability to give other people super powers temporarily...at the price of not telling anyone where they got them; oh, and they have to steal stuff for him. Well, if you want to get high--uh, high -- uh, get super powers...
* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls''''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'':



* In ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983'', the episode "A Friend in Need" has Ileena become addicted to a blue potion given to her by a "sorceress" who uses her addiction to try getting her to steal the Transmutator. She starts to suffer a withdrawal and Prince Adam becomes concerned...but obviously not much, since he coldly dismisses her instantly when the weeping girl says she can't tell him what's wrong!

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* In ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983'', the episode "A Friend in Need" has Ileena become addicted to a blue potion given to her by a "sorceress" who uses her addiction to try getting her to steal the Transmutator. She starts to suffer a withdrawal and Prince Adam becomes concerned... but obviously not much, since he coldly dismisses her instantly when the weeping girl says she can't tell him what's wrong!



* ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}''. Come on, you honestly never thought of the spinach = steroids connection? One Popeye cartoon has Bluto replacing Popeye's spinach with locoweed.

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}''.''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}''. Come on, you honestly never thought of the spinach = steroids connection? One Popeye cartoon has Bluto replacing Popeye's spinach with locoweed.



** ComicBook/{{Superboy}}'s addiction to "Shields" (patches developed by Comicbook/LexLuthor that give him access to Kryptonian-level abilities) is also treated like a metaphor for drug abuse. The whole subplot comes off like a cautionary tale about the dangers of steroids.

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** ComicBook/{{Superboy}}'s addiction to "Shields" (patches developed by Comicbook/LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor that give him access to Kryptonian-level abilities) is also treated like a metaphor for drug abuse. The whole subplot comes off like a cautionary tale about the dangers of steroids.



* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends''

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* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'':



* [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead Beavis']] alternate persona, The Great Cornholio, is created due to a large consumption of caffeine. One episode had Beavis having a sugar crash and was given a powerful cappuccino to keep going (he was in a poetry night thing. Don't ask) and, in the movie, he downs a number of caffeine pills after a well-meaning old woman gives him some to help him (first to help with airsickness, the second after the bus driver kicks his ass).

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* [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead Beavis']] ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead'': Beavis's alternate persona, The Great Cornholio, is created due to a large consumption of caffeine. One episode had has Beavis having a sugar crash and was is given a powerful cappuccino to keep going (he was in a poetry night thing. Don't ask) and, in the movie, he downs a number of caffeine pills after a well-meaning old woman gives him some to help him (first to help with airsickness, the second after the bus driver kicks his ass).



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* In ''SuperChicken'', Henry Cabot Henhouse had his SuperSauce cocktail.

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* In ''SuperChicken'', ''WesternAnimation/SuperChicken'', Henry Cabot Henhouse had his SuperSauce cocktail.



** The episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E17HeartsAndHoovesDay "Hearts and Hooves Day"]] has the love poison. After Big Macintosh and Cheerilee drink some, they become obsessed with one another and call each other [[TastesLikeDiabetes increasingly sickening pet names]]. Doesn't help that the Cutie Mark Crusaders serve it to them in shot glasses and it makes them both [[AlcoholHic hiccup]] after they drink it.
** In [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E23InspirationManifestation "Inspiration Manifestation"]], the spellbook effectively serves as this for Rarity. Under its influence, she stops eating, grows increasingly manic in her behavior, and is only free of it when Spike finally stops enabling her and makes her realize how harmful it is.

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** The episode [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E17HeartsAndHoovesDay "Hearts "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E17HeartsAndHoovesDay Hearts and Hooves Day"]] Day]]" has the love poison. After Big Macintosh and Cheerilee drink some, they become obsessed with one another and call each other [[TastesLikeDiabetes increasingly sickening pet names]]. Doesn't help that the Cutie Mark Crusaders serve it to them in shot glasses and it makes them both [[AlcoholHic hiccup]] after they drink it.
** In [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E23InspirationManifestation "Inspiration Manifestation"]], "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS4E23InspirationManifestation Inspiration Manifestation]]", the spellbook effectively serves as this for Rarity. Under its influence, she stops eating, grows increasingly manic in her behavior, and is only free of it when Spike finally stops enabling her and makes her realize how harmful it is.



* ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien''; Julien starts to act drunk without any substance intake when exhausted from hours and hours of partying.
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* ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien''; ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien'': Julien starts to act drunk without any substance intake when exhausted from hours and hours of partying.
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* In ''Disney/FrozenFever'', Elsa's cold starts to make her act increasingly delirious as the short continues. It's implied the cold medicine Anna got from Oaken didn't help matters (in olden days, it was common for "patent medicines" to contain strong narcotics like cocaine and heroin).



** In the movie ''TheWrongBox'', old Joseph Finsbury attributes his brother's erratic behavior to a nutmeg poisoning (oblivious to the fact his brother is trying to kill him).

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** In the movie ''TheWrongBox'', ''Film/TheWrongBox'', old Joseph Finsbury attributes his brother's erratic behavior to a nutmeg poisoning (oblivious to the fact his brother is trying to kill him).
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'s'' "Over Exposed", Jude becomes addicted to [[BurgerFool Burger McFlipster's]] French Fries. He ends up with aa BalloonBelly and nausea in the end.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'s'' "Over Exposed", Jude becomes addicted to [[BurgerFool Burger McFlipster's]] French Fries. He ends up with aa a major BalloonBelly and nausea in the end.
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* In [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11997199/1/Fries this]] ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'' fanfiction, a direct ShoutOut to the ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'' example below, Deandra becomes addicted to McDonalds' French Fries.

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* In [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11997199/1/Fries this]] ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'' fanfiction, [[WholePlotReference a direct direct]] ShoutOut to the ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'' example below, Deandra becomes addicted to McDonalds' French Fries.



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'s'' "Over Exposed", Jude becomes addicted to [[BurgerFool Burger McFlipster's]] French Fries.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'s'' "Over Exposed", Jude becomes addicted to [[BurgerFool Burger McFlipster's]] French Fries. He ends up with aa BalloonBelly and nausea in the end.
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* In [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11997199/1/Fries this]] ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'' fanfiction, a direct ShoutOut to the ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'' example below, Deandra becomes addicted to McDonalds' French Fries.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'s'' "Over Exposed", Jude becomes addicted to [[BurgerFool Burger McFlipster's]] French Fries.
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** The Ribwich from "I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can" [[NutritionalNightmare is so unhealthy]] that there is a scene (a ShoutOut to ''Film/RequiemForADream'') where we see barbecue sauce flowing in Homer's bloodstream and thus he develops a huge addiction to the product.
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', the Eds are making energy drinks to sell to the customers for their scam (in which Eddy pours a large bag of sugar in one of the drinks, something that Edd is oblivious to), and when Edd takes a sample of one of the drinks, he ends up with a lot of energy throughout the whole episode. By the end, he is seen sporting a large block of ice on his head to assuage his headache after far too many energy drinks.

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* In an the ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' episode of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', "Over Your Ed", the Eds are making energy drinks to sell to the customers for their scam (in which Eddy's latest scam, and Eddy just pours a large bag of sugar in one of into the drinks, something that Edd is oblivious to), and mix when Edd isn't looking. When Edd takes a sample of one sample, he spends the rest of the drinks, he ends episode hopped up with on a lot of energy throughout the whole episode. sugar rush, acting much more cheerful and manic than usual. By the end, he end of the episode, Edd is seen sporting a large block of ice even shown to be "hung over", wearing an ice-pack on his head to assuage his headache after far too many energy drinks.and everything.
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** Though the ARI (afformentioned future-glasses) are actually capable of permanent damage. Three endings illustrate this. Two of these [[spoiler:are [[DeaderThanDead more permanent]] than [[InterfaceScrew the third]]]]. It has these effects even on people who have never used it. Norman has [[OhCrap 20 thousand points]] in an ongoing game of VR pong.
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