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15th Sep '16 9:44:15 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* A joke related to someone wanting to buy the garage itself.

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* A joke related to someone [[LiteralMinded wanting to buy the garage itself.itself]].



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* In the ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' episode, "[[Recap/TheLoudHouseS1E19LincolnLoudGirlGuruComeSaleAway Come Sale Away]]", Lincoln and his sisters compete against each other to see who can make the most money at their annual garage sale. They get carried away and sell all the furniture, getting themselves [[YouAreGrounded grounded]] as a result. They also believe they accidentally sold Lily's security blanket, and try to buy it back from Flip by giving him all their garage sale money. [[spoiler:It turns out that [[ShaggyDogStory Lily's blanket was in the washing machine the entire time]], and Flip conned the Loud kids out of their money by selling them identical fakes. Fortunately, [[LaserGuidedKarma Flip gets his comeuppance]] when the expired chemicals he bought from Lisa to use as windshield wiper fluid blows up his gas station.]] Also in the episode, [[LiteralMinded Leni literally tries to sell the garage]].
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2nd Mar '16 12:42:47 PM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* A child is put in charge of sales and ends up selling items for much too little due to inexperience. Or they attempt to sell something they want to get rid of, like an annoying sibling.

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* A child is put in charge of sales and ends up selling items for much too little due to inexperience. Or they attempt to sell something they want to get rid of, like an annoying sibling.AnnoyingYoungerSibling.



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* In the ''Series/SesameStreet'' episode, "Big Bird's Nest Sale", Big Bird decides to sell some of his old toys for five birdseeds each, and Snuffy decides to be his assistant. Big Bird's teddy bear, Radar accidentally falls into the nest, and The Count accidentally buys him, along with the rest of Big Bird's old toys, for 1,000 birdseeds. When Big Bird finds out about this, he and Snuffy set off to get Radar back from The Count.
* In the ''Series/BearInTheBigBlueHouse'' episode, "The Yard Sale", Doc Hogg stops by the Big Blue house to collect for charity. Specifically, relief for the muskrats following a flooding that left many of them homeless. When Tutter has a hard time getting all of his stuff into his mouse hole, this gives Ojo the idea for a yard sale. The idea takes off, and Pip and Pop are assigned to be sales otters. Treelo finds some of his own things to sell, and Ojo helps out by painting pictures. Tutter, however, finds it difficult at first to part with some of his things.




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*In the ''[[WebAnimation/DorklyOriginals Dorkly Bits]]'' short, "[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Link's]] Yardsale", Link decides to sell some of the items cluttering his inventory at a yard sale, including [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask Majora's Mask]], [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime the ocarina that Zelda gave to him as a child]], and [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker The King of Red Lions]].



* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode "Bang for Your Buck" has Mojo Jojo selling off some of his weapons because he's bankrupted himself building weapons. HilarityEnsues when one little old lady mistakes a disintegrator for a hairdryer. The girls and the Gangreen Gang compete to get enough money for a giant laser, but it is eventually sold to the Mayor.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode "Bang for Your Buck" has Mojo Jojo selling off some of his weapons because he's bankrupted himself building weapons. HilarityEnsues when one little old lady mistakes a disintegrator for a hairdryer. The girls and the Gangreen Gang compete to get enough money for a giant laser, but it is eventually sold to the Mayor. [[spoiler:The giant laser turned out to be a snow-cone machine.]]




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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'':
** In "D.W.'s Baby", when the Read Family has a yard sale, D.W. tries to sell Kate, her baby sister, when she gets tired of having her around the house.
** In "Desparately Seeking Stanley", the Read Family has a yard sale, and Arthur reluctantly decides to sell his favorite teddy bear, Stanley, out of fear of his friends teasing him for holding onto him since he was three. When he sells him to Vicita, he realizes that Stanley still has a lot of sentimental value to him, and he worries what Vicita will do to him, so he tries to buy him back from her.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' episode, "Closed Door Policy", when Amy finds out Sticks is a pack rat, she sells all of Sticks' possessions at a yard sale against the latter's will. This includes a surfboard that blocks the entrance to the underground lair of [[SealedEvilInACan the Froglodytes]], a race of frog-like warriors. The froglodytes capture Sticks and attempt to [[HumanSacrifice sacrifice her to their idol god]], prompting Sonic and his friends to rescue Sticks using the possessions from Amy's yard sale as weapons.
16th Sep '15 2:19:03 PM PDL
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* A child is put in charge of sales and ends up selling items for much too little due to inexperience.

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* A child is put in charge of sales and ends up selling items for much too little due to inexperience. Or they attempt to sell something they want to get rid of, like an annoying sibling.


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* A joke related to someone wanting to buy the garage itself.
16th Sep '15 2:14:49 PM Berrenta
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "[[Recap/FamilyGuyS5E9RoadToRupert Road to Rupert]]" Brian accidentally sells Stewie's teddy bear Rupert in a garage sale, leading the two to go on a {{road trip|episode}} to find him.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "[[Recap/FamilyGuyS5E9RoadToRupert Road to Rupert]]" Brian accidentally sells Stewie's teddy bear Rupert in a garage sale, leading the two to go on a {{road trip|episode}} trip|plot}} to find him.
14th May '15 3:14:08 AM mangamanic
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* The ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' episode "Garage Sale". Lois puts Reese in charge to prove that he can handle things responsibly, and he ends up destroying an old computer worth thousands of dollars because he believed it was junk. Meanwhile, Dewey decides to start selling the family's furniture and appliances after everyone continuously ignores him.

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* The ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' episode "Garage Sale". Lois puts Reese in charge to prove that he can handle things responsibly, responsibly. However he's a horrible salesman since he's overcharging for worthless items, and he undercharging for exspensive ones. He even ends up destroying an old computer worth thousands of dollars because he believed it was junk. Meanwhile, Dewey decides to start selling the family's furniture and appliances after everyone continuously ignores him.Reese sells his piggy bank full of money.
3rd Dec '14 4:57:20 PM StFan
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* The Series/{{Stargate SG-1}} episode "Citizen Joe", the titular character Joe Spencer, finds an Ancient Communication Stone at a garage sale, and immediately buys it. This action allows him to see snippets of Jack O'Neill's life as the leader of SG-1, & later Stargate Command.

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* The Series/{{Stargate SG-1}} In the ''Series/StargateSG1'' episode "Citizen Joe", the titular title character Joe Spencer, Spencer finds an Ancient Communication Stone at a garage sale, and immediately buys it. This action allows him to see snippets of Jack O'Neill's life as the leader of SG-1, & and later Stargate Command.
11th Nov '14 5:48:13 PM TonksM
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* The Series/{{Stargate SG-1}} episode "Citizen Joe", the titular character Joe Spencer, finds an Ancient Communication Stone at a garage sale, and immediately buys it. This action allows him to see snippets of Character/{{Jack O'Neill}}'s life as the leader of SG-1, & later Stargate Command.

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* The Series/{{Stargate SG-1}} episode "Citizen Joe", the titular character Joe Spencer, finds an Ancient Communication Stone at a garage sale, and immediately buys it. This action allows him to see snippets of Character/{{Jack O'Neill}}'s Jack O'Neill's life as the leader of SG-1, & later Stargate Command.
11th Nov '14 5:47:19 PM TonksM
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* The [[Series/Stargate SG-1]] episode "Citizen Joe", the titular character Joe Spencer, finds an Ancient Communication Stone at a garage sale, and immediately buys it. This action allows him to see snippets of [[Character/Jack O'Neill]]'s life as the leader of SG-1, & later Stargate Command.

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* The [[Series/Stargate SG-1]] Series/{{Stargate SG-1}} episode "Citizen Joe", the titular character Joe Spencer, finds an Ancient Communication Stone at a garage sale, and immediately buys it. This action allows him to see snippets of [[Character/Jack O'Neill]]'s Character/{{Jack O'Neill}}'s life as the leader of SG-1, & later Stargate Command.
11th Nov '14 5:45:19 PM TonksM
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* The ''Series/Stargate SG-1'' episode "Citizen Joe", the titular character Joe Spencer, finds an Ancient Communication Stone at a garage sale, and immediately buys it. This action allows him to see snippets of ''Character/Jack O'Neill'''s life as the leader of SG-1, & later Stargate Command.

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* The ''Series/Stargate SG-1'' [[Series/Stargate SG-1]] episode "Citizen Joe", the titular character Joe Spencer, finds an Ancient Communication Stone at a garage sale, and immediately buys it. This action allows him to see snippets of ''Character/Jack O'Neill'''s [[Character/Jack O'Neill]]'s life as the leader of SG-1, & later Stargate Command.
11th Nov '14 5:43:32 PM TonksM
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* The ''Series/Stargate SG-1'' episode "Citizen Joe", the titular character Joe Spencer, finds an Ancient Communication Stone at a garage sale, and immediately buys it. This action allows him to see snippets of ''Character/Jack O'Neill'''s life as the leader of SG-1, & later Stargate Command.
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