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12th Jan '17 7:13:54 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself at the trial, Jeff lampshades the original show's use of StatusQuoIsGood by arguing that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra. Things escalate later in the episode, where Jeff attempts to lie down suppressive fire, but accidentally ends up shooting and killing a whole squad of Cobra operatives as well as inadvertently setting the G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline, [[ManOnFire on fire]], causing him to burn to death. These actions eventually lead Cobra and G.I. Joe to see Jeff as the biggest threat against them both, culminating in them pulling an EnemyMine on him in attempt to stop him from killing more people.

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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself at the trial, Jeff lampshades the original show's use of StatusQuoIsGood StatusQuoIsGod by arguing that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra. Things escalate later in the episode, where Jeff attempts to lie down suppressive fire, but accidentally ends up shooting and killing a whole squad of Cobra operatives as well as inadvertently setting the G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline, [[ManOnFire on fire]], causing him to burn to death. These actions eventually lead Cobra and G.I. Joe to see Jeff as the biggest threat against them both, culminating in them pulling an EnemyMine on him in attempt to stop him from killing more people.
12th Jan '17 7:13:16 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra. Things escalate later in the episode, where Jeff attempts to lie down suppressive fire, but accidentally ends up shooting and killing a whole squad of Cobra operatives as well as inadvertently setting the G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline, [[ManOnFire on fire]], causing him to burn to death. These actions eventually lead Cobra and G.I. Joe to see Jeff as the biggest threat against them both, culminating in them pulling an EnemyMine on him in attempt to stop him from killing more people.

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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues himself at the trial trial, Jeff lampshades the original show's use of StatusQuoIsGood by arguing that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra. Things escalate later in the episode, where Jeff attempts to lie down suppressive fire, but accidentally ends up shooting and killing a whole squad of Cobra operatives as well as inadvertently setting the G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline, [[ManOnFire on fire]], causing him to burn to death. These actions eventually lead Cobra and G.I. Joe to see Jeff as the biggest threat against them both, culminating in them pulling an EnemyMine on him in attempt to stop him from killing more people.
11th Jan '17 4:43:23 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra. And later in the episode, Jeff manages makes things worse as one of his attempts to lie down suppressive fire leads him to accidentally shoot and kill a whole squad of Cobra operatives as well as inadvertently setting the G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline, [[ManOnFire on fire]] and causing him to burn to death. These actions lead Cobra and G.I. Joe to see Jeff as the biggest threat against them both, culminating in them pulling an EnemyMine on him in attempt to stop him from killing more people.

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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra. And Things escalate later in the episode, where Jeff manages makes things worse as one of his attempts to lie down suppressive fire leads him to fire, but accidentally shoot ends up shooting and kill killing a whole squad of Cobra operatives as well as inadvertently setting the G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline, [[ManOnFire on fire]] and fire]], causing him to burn to death. These actions eventually lead Cobra and G.I. Joe to see Jeff as the biggest threat against them both, culminating in them pulling an EnemyMine on him in attempt to stop him from killing more people.
11th Jan '17 4:41:10 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra. And later in the episode, Jeff manages makes things worse as one of his attempts to lie down suppressive fire leads him to accidentally shoot and kill a whole squad of Cobra operatives as well as inadvertently setting the G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline, [[ManOnFire on fire]] causing him to burn to death. These actions lead Cobra and G.I. Joe to see Jeff as the biggest threat against them both, culminating in them pulling an EnemyMine on him in attempt to stop him from killing more people.

to:

** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra. And later in the episode, Jeff manages makes things worse as one of his attempts to lie down suppressive fire leads him to accidentally shoot and kill a whole squad of Cobra operatives as well as inadvertently setting the G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline, [[ManOnFire on fire]] and causing him to burn to death. These actions lead Cobra and G.I. Joe to see Jeff as the biggest threat against them both, culminating in them pulling an EnemyMine on him in attempt to stop him from killing more people.
11th Jan '17 4:40:39 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra.

to:

** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I. Joe just as bad as Cobra. And later in the episode, Jeff manages makes things worse as one of his attempts to lie down suppressive fire leads him to accidentally shoot and kill a whole squad of Cobra operatives as well as inadvertently setting the G.I. Joe medic, Lifeline, [[ManOnFire on fire]] causing him to burn to death. These actions lead Cobra and G.I. Joe to see Jeff as the biggest threat against them both, culminating in them pulling an EnemyMine on him in attempt to stop him from killing more people.
11th Jan '17 4:33:06 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I Joe just as bad as Cobra.

to:

** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, by shooting his parachute to pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a move which greatly shock and upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I I. Joe just as bad as Cobra.
11th Jan '17 4:32:43 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, instead of allowing him to perform a VillainExitStageLeft as usual, greatly shocking and upsetting the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I Joe just as bad as Cobra.

to:

** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in the [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Jeff]]", where Jeff hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe character, Jeff actually kills Destro, instead of allowing him by shooting his parachute to perform pieces when he attempts the usual VillainExitStageLeft, a VillainExitStageLeft as usual, move which greatly shocking shock and upsetting upset the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues at the trial that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them is just going to [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I Joe just as bad as Cobra.
11th Jan '17 4:31:00 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in a parody where the cast of the show were reimagined as G.I. Joe members. After Jeff is put on trial for killing Destro, he points out that G.I. Joe ''should'' be killing Cobra since otherwise, they're basically helping them in their goal to conquer the world.

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** ''Series/{{Community}}'' also {{lampshade|Hanging}}d it in a parody where the cast of the show were reimagined as [[AffectionateParody Affectionate]] ParodyEpisode, "[[Recap/CommunityS5E11GIJeff G.I. Joe members. After Jeff]]", where Jeff is put on trial for killing Destro, he points out that hallucinates himself and the rest of the cast being members of G.I. Joe. In a unrepresented move for a G.I. Joe ''should'' be character, Jeff actually kills Destro, instead of allowing him to perform a VillainExitStageLeft as usual, greatly shocking and upsetting the other members of G.I. Joe, who court martial him for murder. Trying to defend himself, Jeff argues that G.I. Joe's refusal to risk killing Cobra since otherwise, they're basically helping the operatives of a major terrorist organisation means that the war with them in their goal is just going to conquer the world. [[ForeverWar keep going on forever]], which kind of makes G.I Joe just as bad as Cobra.
6th Oct '16 9:25:41 PM erforce
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** In ''Pirates of the Caribbean Online'', you get sent to a CardboardPrison with a [[TheGuardsMustBeCrazy sleeping guard]]. Even if your ship sinks. While fighting a deadly ghost ship.

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** In ''Pirates of the Caribbean Online'', ''VideoGame/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnline'', you get sent to a CardboardPrison with a [[TheGuardsMustBeCrazy sleeping guard]]. Even if your ship sinks. While fighting a deadly ghost ship.
28th Sep '16 1:28:21 PM Jake18
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* The original {{Bowdlerise}}d English dub of ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' was pretty ludicrous about this trope; characters never died, they were only [[NeverSayDie sent to "another dimension"]] (and those were just the ones that weren't revived with [[ResetButton the Dragon Balls]]). The single biggest example has to be Nappa vaporizing an entire metropolitan city, with Vegeta remarking immediately afterwards that because it's Sunday most of those buildings were empty. Ignoring the FridgeLogic involved[[note]]How would a space alien know what Sunday is, let alone that most Earthlings don't work on that day?[[/note]], '''immediately beforehand''' we have scenes of the people in the city reacting in terror to the two evil aliens who just showed up. Which means the city was evacuated completely in, oh, less than a second. Of course, its not canon in the slightest. This is, of course, ruthlessly parodied in ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged''.
-->'''Reporter''': Oh my God! They blew up the cargo robot... And the cargo was ''people!''
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