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29th Apr '16 6:04:28 PM foxley
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* Local police officer Flipsen in the Dutch children's novel "Dik Trom" is always the ButtMonkey of Dik Trom's jokes.

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* Local police officer Flipsen in the Dutch children's novel "Dik Trom" ''Literature/DikTrom'' is always the ButtMonkey of Dik Trom's jokes. jokes.
* ''Literature/JoePickett'': In ''Blood Trail'', Joe is driving to meet an FBI informer from inside an AnimalWrongsGroup in a park in an isolated small town. He is stopped by the small town cop for speeding (the speed limit had been changed the month before and Joe did not know). It turns out Joe had once arrested the cop's father for hunting without a licence and the op still bears a grudge and goes out of his way to be as hindering and obnoxious as possible to Joe. Joe eventually knocks the cop out and drags him along to the meet. However, by the time they get to the park, [[DoomedAppointment the informant is dead]].
26th Mar '16 1:29:46 PM Prfnoff
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* Officer Krupke in ''Theatre/WestSideStory''.

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* Lieutenant Schrank and Officer Krupke in ''Theatre/WestSideStory''.''Theatre/WestSideStory''. The Jets and Sharks show them only mocking respect. Schrank would rather have both gangs kill each other off.
7th Feb '16 1:32:52 PM johnnye
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* while ''Series/TheWire'' largely focuses on detectives trying to make a case against major players in the drug trade, we occasionally see interactions between patrol cops and the corner kids who mostly view them as an annoyance or occupational hazard (barring the occasional [[PoliceBrutality violent bastard]]).

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* while While ''Series/TheWire'' largely focuses on detectives trying to make a case against major players in the drug trade, we occasionally see interactions between patrol cops and the corner kids who mostly view them as an annoyance or occupational hazard (barring the occasional [[PoliceBrutality violent bastard]]).
7th Feb '16 1:32:23 PM johnnye
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* while ''Series/TheWire'' largely focuses on detectives trying to make a case against major players in the drug trade, we occasionally see interactions between patrol cops and the corner kids who mostly view them as an annoyance or occupational hazard (barring the occasional [[PoliceBrutality violent bastard]]).
13th Nov '15 1:58:08 PM DaibhidC
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* PC Murdoch in ''Comicstrip/OorWullie''.
* Sergeant Slipper in ''ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUK''.
28th Oct '15 2:19:20 PM FF32
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* These guys often showed up to bully all sorts of silent comedians, Laurel and Hardy, and TheThreeStooges in the first half of the 20th century.

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* These guys often showed up to bully all sorts of silent comedians, Laurel and Hardy, and TheThreeStooges Film/TheThreeStooges in the first half of the 20th century.
16th Aug '15 7:11:47 PM CastingCrowns
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* These guys often showed up to bully all sorts of silent comedians, Laurel and Hardy, and TheThreeStooges in the first half of the 20th century.
25th Jan '15 9:08:46 AM maxwellsilver
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This is the beat cop who wears a uniform, patrols the neighborhood, controls traffic at cross-sections, and watches for infractions to the road code. Heroes who break the law whether unwittingly or out of childish mischief will likely end up on his wrong side, and be given a fine or taken to the local police precinct. Neither a RabidCop, a CowboyCop, nor an OldFashionedCopper, the MeddlesomePatrolman is still liable to be as annoying as the ObstructiveBureaucrat.

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This is the beat cop who wears a uniform, patrols the neighborhood, controls traffic at cross-sections, and watches for infractions to the road code. Heroes who break the law whether unwittingly or out of childish mischief will likely end up on his wrong side, and be given a fine or taken to the local police precinct. Neither a RabidCop, a CowboyCop, nor an OldFashionedCopper, the MeddlesomePatrolman Meddlesome Patrolman is still liable to be as annoying as the ObstructiveBureaucrat.
25th Jan '15 9:08:27 AM maxwellsilver
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* How city employees are regarded in ''Series/ParkingWars'', usually by those on the receiving end of a parking violation.
23rd Dec '14 10:29:24 AM Vir
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* There's a cop in ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' who shows up in a few episodes giving out tickets to characters ([[ButtMonkey Usually Squidward]]) for really petty crimes; in at least one episode where he shows up he blatantly ignores a more serious crime to ticket Squidward for littering.

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* There's a cop in ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' who shows up in a few episodes giving out tickets to characters ([[ButtMonkey Usually Squidward]]) for really petty crimes; in at least one episode where he shows up he blatantly ignores a more serious crime to ticket Squidward for littering.
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