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20th Nov '17 6:20:12 PM LinTaylor
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** Also, when Moe was in the Beer-tender of the Year competition, one of the contests (which makes up 98% of the score, "[[GoldenSnitch making the previous rounds a complete waste]]") was the "Drunk Toss".
** Also happens when Patty and Selma break a deal they had with Homer not to tell Marge they lent money to him he lost on a bad investment in exchange for being their lackey. Cut to the two sisters flying out the front door... followed by Marge, who Homer runs out for and gets back in the house the next moment while apologizing profusely.

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** Also, when Moe was in the Beer-tender of the Year competition, one of the contests (which makes up 98% of the score, "[[GoldenSnitch making the previous rounds a complete waste]]") was the "Drunk Toss".
Toss". Subverted in that Moe's drunk is Barney, who's to heavy for him to lift...so Moe charges him with a board with a nail through it, causing Barney to jump in terror.
** Also happens when In "Homer vs. Patty and Selma break a deal they had with Selma", Homer not has to tell Marge they lent money act as a lackey for Marge's sisters to him keep them from telling her that he lost their money on a bad investment in exchange for being their lackey. investment. When she finds out anyway, Homer decides he's no longer obligated to be nice to them. Cut to the two sisters flying out the front door... followed by Marge, who Homer door; he throws out Patty, throws out Marge (then realizes what he did, runs out for and gets brings her back in the house the next moment while apologizing profusely.profusely), and finally throws out Selma.
11th Nov '17 11:08:45 PM Kartoonkid95
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* WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}} does this to the Big Bad Wolf them he finds him in his bed.
** This also does this to Donkey in ''[[ChristmasSpecial Shrek the Halls]]''.



* In episode of ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'', Jerry photographed Tom getting a foot planted to his backside!

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* In episode ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'':
** At the end
of ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'', ''Tom's Photo Finish'', Jerry photographed Tom getting a foot planted to his backside!backside!
** This also happens to Tom in the earlier short ''The Lonesome Mouse''.



* A running gag on ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' involved the antagonist of the episode picking up the Warner siblings by the scruffs of their necks and get ready to throw them out. The scene would then cut some distance away, and the person getting ready to throw them would instead come hurling toward the screen. Although on one occasion, the Warners LITERALLY got the boot when they became antagonistic during the International Friendship Song (as in, he kicked them like a football outside of the village).

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** This happens to Owl Jolson in "WesternAnimation/ILoveToSinga" after his father catches him singing jazz behind his back.
* A running gag on ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' involved the antagonist of the episode picking up the Warner siblings by the scruffs of their necks and get ready to throw them out. The scene would then cut some distance away, and the person getting ready to throw them would instead come hurling toward the screen. screen.
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Although on one occasion, the Warners LITERALLY got the boot when they became antagonistic during the International Friendship Song (as in, he kicked them like a football outside of the village).
15th Sep '17 8:02:19 PM LadyJafaria
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* Done in ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' to Maurice, Belle's father, when he's trying to get the townsfolk to help rescue Belle from the Beast. Unfortunately they all think he's crazy, so after telling Maurice "We'll [[ExactWords help you out]]," Gaston has his followers pick Maurice up and throw him outside.
12th May '17 8:04:43 PM Katsuhagi
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** Also happens when Patty and Selma break a deal they had with Homer not to tell Marge they lent money to him he lost on a bad investment in exchange for being their lackey. Cut to the two sisters flying out the front door... followed by Marge, who Homer runs out for gets back in the house the next moment apologizing profusely.

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** Also happens when Patty and Selma break a deal they had with Homer not to tell Marge they lent money to him he lost on a bad investment in exchange for being their lackey. Cut to the two sisters flying out the front door... followed by Marge, who Homer runs out for and gets back in the house the next moment while apologizing profusely.
12th May '17 8:02:34 PM Katsuhagi
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** Also happens when Patty and Selma break a deal they had with Homer not to tell Marge they lent money to him he lost on a bad investment in exchange for being their lackey. Cut to the two sisters flying out the front door... followed by Marge, who Homer gets back in the house the next moment.

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** Also happens when Patty and Selma break a deal they had with Homer not to tell Marge they lent money to him he lost on a bad investment in exchange for being their lackey. Cut to the two sisters flying out the front door... followed by Marge, who Homer runs out for gets back in the house the next moment.moment apologizing profusely.
6th May '17 9:10:05 AM Katsuhagi
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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Yoki is shown getting this treatment twice during the flashback of his HumiliationConga at the hands of the Elric brothers.

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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Yoki is shown getting this treatment twice during the flashback of his HumiliationConga following his disgrace at the hands of the Elric brothers.
6th May '17 9:08:51 AM Katsuhagi
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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Yoki is shown getting this treatment twice during the flashback of his HumiliationConga at the hands of the Elric brothers.
5th Mar '17 8:10:54 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/ANightAtTheOpera'', Otis B. Driftwood (GrouchoMarx) has been fired from his post with an opera company. Upon leaving, he is denied access to the building elevator and protests that it's four flights down. The elevator operator "helps" him by kicking him in the butt, and he tumbles down the steps, out a door and into the street.

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* In ''Film/ANightAtTheOpera'', Otis B. Driftwood (GrouchoMarx) (Creator/GrouchoMarx) has been fired from his post with an opera company. Upon leaving, he is denied access to the building elevator and protests that it's four flights down. The elevator operator "helps" him by kicking him in the butt, and he tumbles down the steps, out a door and into the street.
4th Mar '17 6:29:33 PM Katsuhagi
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A sort of scene transition that usually involves a door. Usually done for laughs in animation, where the victim is lifted by the collar (and sometimes the back of his pants), taken outside and then dropped, thrown or kicked into the curb (for extra comedy, the victim can also skid along the ground or [[TrashLanding land in the garbage]]). Older works sometimes called this "getting the bum's rush". Can also be done for drama in live-action shows, where the victim is dragged outside by two or more people and thrown into the mud or the pouring rain, or just simply beaten up afterward. See DestinationDefenestration for when a window is involved.

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A sort of scene transition that usually involves a door. Usually done for laughs in animation, where the victim is lifted by the collar (and sometimes the back of his pants), taken outside and then dropped, thrown or kicked into the curb (for extra comedy, the victim can also skid along the ground or [[TrashLanding land in the garbage]]). Older works sometimes called this "getting the bum's rush". Can also be done for drama in live-action shows, where the victim is dragged outside by two or more people and thrown into the mud or the pouring rain, or just simply beaten up afterward. See DestinationDefenestration for when a window is involved.
involved. May or may not involve LiteralAssKicking.
14th Dec '16 6:23:16 AM AltoonaMan
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* A running gag on ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' involved the antagonist of the episode picking up the Warner siblings by the scruffs of their necks and get ready to throw them out. The scene would then cut some distance away, and the person getting ready to throw them would instead come hurling toward the screen.

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* A running gag on ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' involved the antagonist of the episode picking up the Warner siblings by the scruffs of their necks and get ready to throw them out. The scene would then cut some distance away, and the person getting ready to throw them would instead come hurling toward the screen.
screen. Although on one occasion, the Warners LITERALLY got the boot when they became antagonistic during the International Friendship Song (as in, he kicked them like a football outside of the village).
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