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23rd Apr '16 2:22:58 PM nombretomado
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* When FatherTed and Dougal go on a caravan holiday, they are terribly excited at the size of the caravan they've borrowed, but discover that it's not theirs, it's just so big it's totally concealing the shed-sized caravan they actually got.

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* When FatherTed Series/FatherTed and Dougal go on a caravan holiday, they are terribly excited at the size of the caravan they've borrowed, but discover that it's not theirs, it's just so big it's totally concealing the shed-sized caravan they actually got.



* On ''TopGear'', the presenters (who typically review unobtainable supercars) are going on a caravan holiday. Presenter James May, standing next to a Lotus Exige, explains that they've chosen something very special for their tow car -- [[RevealShot cut and pan out]] to the unappealing Kia Cerato parked next to the Lotus.

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* On ''TopGear'', ''Series/TopGear'', the presenters (who typically review unobtainable supercars) are going on a caravan holiday. Presenter James May, standing next to a Lotus Exige, explains that they've chosen something very special for their tow car -- [[RevealShot cut and pan out]] to the unappealing Kia Cerato parked next to the Lotus.



* An amusing variation in ''TheDickVanDykeShow:'' when Rob and Laura were dating (while Rob was in the Army and she was in the USO), she was the prize in a dating raffle, much to Rob's discomfort. When they pick the winner, a short, funny-looking guy in glasses goes up to claim her. Rob is relieved...until he clarifies that he's just standing in for a friend, whereupon the real winner (a big, handsome soldier) shows up.

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* An amusing variation in ''TheDickVanDykeShow:'' ''Series/TheDickVanDykeShow:'' when Rob and Laura were dating (while Rob was in the Army and she was in the USO), she was the prize in a dating raffle, much to Rob's discomfort. When they pick the winner, a short, funny-looking guy in glasses goes up to claim her. Rob is relieved...until he clarifies that he's just standing in for a friend, whereupon the real winner (a big, handsome soldier) shows up.
29th Mar '16 4:49:14 PM BobTanaka
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* An amusing variation in ''TheDickVanDykeShow:'' when Rob and Laura were dating (while Rob was in the Army and she was in the USO), she was the prize in a dating raffle, much to Rob's discomfort. When they pick the winner, a short, funny-looking guy in glasses goes up to claim her. Rob is relieved...until he clarifies that he's just standing in for a friend whereupon the real winner, a big, handsome soldier, shows up.

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* An amusing variation in ''TheDickVanDykeShow:'' when Rob and Laura were dating (while Rob was in the Army and she was in the USO), she was the prize in a dating raffle, much to Rob's discomfort. When they pick the winner, a short, funny-looking guy in glasses goes up to claim her. Rob is relieved...until he clarifies that he's just standing in for a friend friend, whereupon the real winner, a winner (a big, handsome soldier, soldier) shows up.
29th Mar '16 4:46:11 PM BobTanaka
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* An amusing variation in ''TheDickVanDykeShow:'' when Rob and Laura were dating (while Rob was in the Army and she was in the USO), she was the prize in a dating raffle, much to Rob's discomfort. When they pick the winner, a short, funny-looking guy in glasses goes up to claim her. Rob is relieved...until he clarifies that he's just standing in for a friend. Then the real winner, a big, handsome soldier, shows up.

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* An amusing variation in ''TheDickVanDykeShow:'' when Rob and Laura were dating (while Rob was in the Army and she was in the USO), she was the prize in a dating raffle, much to Rob's discomfort. When they pick the winner, a short, funny-looking guy in glasses goes up to claim her. Rob is relieved...until he clarifies that he's just standing in for a friend. Then friend whereupon the real winner, a big, handsome soldier, shows up.
29th Mar '16 4:43:52 PM BobTanaka
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* An amusing variation in ''TheDickVanDykeShow:'' when Rob and Laura were dating (while Rob was in the Army and she was in the USO), she was the prize in a dating raffle, much to Rob's discomfort. When they pick the winner, a short, funny-looking guy in glasses goes up to claim her. Rob is relieved...until he clarifies that he's just standing in for a friend. Then the real winner, a big, handsome soldier, shows up.



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19th Dec '15 8:45:34 AM JMQwilleran
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* On ''Literature/MaxAndRuby'', in "Max's Rocket Run," Max and Ruby go out sledding. They first observe Rocket Run, which Max is thrilled at the idea of. Then, Ruby shows him "where little bunnies go. You'll love it."
-->'''Ruby''': This is Bunny Hill, Max. This is the hill you're going to go down. Won't it be fun, Max?
-->'''Max''': (''looks annoyed, pulls sled away, points towards Rocket Run'') Faster!
28th Oct '15 4:17:33 PM ScorpiusOB1
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* One of the most common running gags in ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon''. For example, when the duo needs, for example, a plane for a mission, it will appear at first that they're going to get something like an F-22, only to realize that what they're going to get instead is an old, beaten up plane from World War I.

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* One of the most common running gags in ''ComicBook/MortadeloYFilemon''. For example, when the duo needs, for example, a plane for a mission, it will appear at first that they're going to get something like an F-22, only to realize that what they're going to get instead is an old, beaten up plane from World War I.
I. Or worse.
17th Oct '15 7:52:33 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Porky And Teabiscuit'' (1938), PorkyPig thinks he's won a magnificent racing pony in a county fair auction. Turns out he actually won a broken-down nag.

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* In ''Porky And Teabiscuit'' (1938), PorkyPig WesternAnimation/PorkyPig thinks he's won a magnificent racing pony in a county fair auction. Turns out he actually won a broken-down nag.
21st Jun '15 8:24:07 AM Morgenthaler
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** GeniusBonus: The Porsche family has told Hasbro and Takara, makers of the Transformers toys, that their vehicles are off limits.
21st Jun '15 8:23:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}'', a group of poachers plan to smuggle exotic birds out of the country by hiding them in float for Carnival. The lead poacher leaves the float-making up to his two underlings, and when the appointed time arrives, he's pleased to spot a very well-made, bird-themed float. However, as it passes, he hears the voices of his underlings calling from the float just behind it, a very shoddy chicken-themed float.
* In ''{{WesternAnimation/Brave}}'', Lord Dingwall presents his only son as a suitor for Merida, the princess. The man she, her parents, and the audience all see is a huge, muscular guy who looks like quite the catch. Then, while Lord Dingwall is describing his son's heroic accomplishments, he pauses, reaches behind the big guy, and drags his ''real'' son out into view, a short and skinny kid who is clearly an incompetent doofus.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}'', a group of poachers plan to smuggle exotic birds out of the country by hiding them in float for Carnival. The lead poacher leaves the float-making up to his two underlings, and when the appointed time arrives, he's pleased to spot a very well-made, bird-themed float. However, as it passes, he hears the voices of his underlings calling from the float just behind it, a very shoddy chicken-themed float.
** Well, chickens ''are'' birds, just not necessarily the particular ones needed.
* In ''{{WesternAnimation/Brave}}'', Lord Dingwall presents his only son as a suitor for Merida, the princess. The man she, her parents, and the audience all see is a huge, muscular guy who looks like quite the catch. Then, while Lord Dingwall is describing his son's heroic accomplishments, he pauses, reaches behind the big guy, and drags his ''real'' son out into view, a short and skinny kid who is clearly an incompetent doofus.
13th May '15 8:42:19 AM Bluecatcinema
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'': In "Diaz Family Vacation," Star takes Marco and his parents to Mewni. Shortly after their arrival, Mrs Diaz asks Star if it's where she grew up. Star tells her that she grew up in a castle. She points upwards, and the Diaz family gasp with awe at a fancy castle. Star tells them to look higher, and the camera pulls back to show an even bigger, fancier castle behind that one. Star tells them to look even higher, and her actual castle is shown, towering over the second one.
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