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3rd Jul '16 9:57:01 AM gewunomox
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* TheBeatles affect this reaction in ''YellowSubmarine'' when they see that Sgt. Pepper's Band, encased in a big glass ball, is the spitting image of themselves (or as John explains it, "extensions of our own personalities").

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* TheBeatles Music/TheBeatles affect this reaction in ''YellowSubmarine'' ''WesternAnimation/YellowSubmarine'' when they see that Sgt. Pepper's Band, encased in a big glass ball, is the spitting image of themselves (or as John explains it, "extensions of our own personalities").
25th Jun '16 12:14:22 PM TheGreatSkrond
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**Theoretically, some kind of low-temperature nuclear reaction taking place at the cellular level could provide the energy necessary for the ADP to ATP transition, with cellular operation as normal from that point. It could also be some kind of Casimir effect exploitation. Of course, this means that if the mechanism could be found, [[HopeSpot there go our energy and climate change problems]].
2nd Jun '16 4:31:07 AM LadyJaneGrey
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This is commonly used with the TookAShortcut Trope, when a character wonders how another character could have gotten to a place ahead of them so fast.



* In a ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' strip, Snoopy is asleep while playing second base, with an alarm clock behind him. It rings, waking him up, and he catches the fly ball coming towards him. A confused Charlie Brown says, "How do you set the alarm for a fly ball??"

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''
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In a ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' one strip, Snoopy is asleep while playing second base, with an alarm clock behind him. It rings, waking him up, and he catches the fly ball coming towards him. A confused Charlie Brown says, "How do you set the alarm for a fly ball??" ball??"
** In another strip, Snoopy tries to dive into Lucy's wading pool, but she shouts, '''"Oh no you don't!"''' and Snoopy ''turns around in mid-air''. Then he says to himself, "Now how did I do ''that''?"


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' story "Hooked on a Ceiling", Michelangelo gets angry at the Warner siblings and tries to throw them out of the chapel; he's about to do so, but the scene shifts to the outside of the Chapel, and Michelangelo is the one who is thrown out. As he sits on the ground he scratches his head and wonders how they did that. [[IfItWasFunnyTheFirstTime (This gag or variations thereof was used in several episodes afterwards.)]]
30th Mar '16 2:45:05 PM ading
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'''Mr. Radd''': ''[[HandWave Glee is the answer when questions are wrong!]]

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'''Mr. Radd''': ''[[HandWave Glee is the answer when questions are wrong!]]wrong!]]''
30th Mar '16 2:44:49 PM ading
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* In the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode "Regional Holiday Music", Mr. Radd somehow manages to play a piano without touching it.
-->'''Abed''': ''How's your piano still playing this song?''\\
'''Mr. Radd''': ''[[HandWave Glee is the answer when questions are wrong!]]
27th Mar '16 12:06:57 PM billybobfred
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* MortalKombatX, while not fitting this trope, hits hard with both Hyper and World Tilting modes. Add both along with EverythingTryingToKillYou, and it can lead to potential headaches if you're not careful.
7th Feb '16 10:18:41 PM TeraChimera
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** When counting the number of new friendships that will form when the Apples and Pies meet each other in "Hearthbreakers", Pinkie comes up with nineteen and holds up nineteen hooves. Applejack is visibly shocked and is looking around to try and see where the extra hooves came from [[FunnyBackgroundEvent in the background of the next shot]].
3rd Jan '16 5:02:37 PM louisXVI
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-->'''Dorothy:''' Oh come no, how can you talk if you haven't got a brain?

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-->'''Dorothy:''' Oh come no, now, how can you talk if you haven't got a brain?
24th Dec '15 7:22:01 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In a ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' strip, Snoopy is asleep while playing second base, with an alarm clock behind him. It rings, waking him up, and he catches the fly ball coming towards him. A confused Charlie Brown says, "How do you set the alarm for a fly ball??"
5th Dec '15 3:08:49 PM nombretomado
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* In an early ''SesameStreet'' sketch, Ernie poured himself a glass of milk while hanging upside down, ignoring Bert's warnings that the milk would spill.

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* In an early ''SesameStreet'' ''Series/SesameStreet'' sketch, Ernie poured himself a glass of milk while hanging upside down, ignoring Bert's warnings that the milk would spill.
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