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5th Mar '17 5:22:32 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', one episode had the titular duo working in a sushi store with a conveyor belt a la ILoveLucy, the sushi came in must too fast and they tried to throw them on the ceiling. They did stick, but they all came down a bit later.

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* In ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', one episode had the titular duo working in a sushi store with a conveyor belt a la ILoveLucy, ''Series/ILoveLucy'', the sushi came in must too fast and they tried to throw them on the ceiling. They did stick, but they all came down a bit later.
20th Oct '16 5:36:39 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Or wet toilet paper. Although, we once used a piece of cucumber, which remained on the ceiling for ''[[TheyJustDidntCare upwards of six years]]''.

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* Or wet toilet paper. Although, we once used a piece of cucumber, which remained on the ceiling for ''[[TheyJustDidntCare upwards ''upwards of six years]]''.years''.
16th Oct '16 1:54:32 PM mrgate3
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* Combination of Live-Action TV and Real Life: ''[[Series/LateNight Late Night with David Letterman]]''. Viewers know of Dave's tendency to flip pencils up out of view coming out of commercial break. Studio audience members get to see the result; the fake acoustic ceiling above the desk is peppered with pencils, and his accuracy is epic (I went to half a dozen shows and he didn't miss once).
27th Jan '16 5:59:03 PM Piando
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* In the [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad Email]] "couch patch", Homestar has a flashback in which he is spitting Teddy Grahams around Strong Bad's basement. One ends up sticking to the ceiling, and Homestar then starts trying to knock it down by spitting more at it (and catching them back in his mouth each time he fails; it's not indicated whether he ever succeeds).

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* In the [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad Email]] "couch patch", Homestar has a flashback in which he is spitting Teddy Grahams around Strong Bad's basement. One ends up sticking to the ceiling, and Homestar then starts trying to knock it down by spitting more at it (and catching them back in his mouth each time he fails; it's not indicated whether he ever succeeds).

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* John Ortved's book ''[[TheSimpsons Simpsons Confidential]]'' features the following quote from Tim Long discussing the first time he entered the ''Simpsons'' writers' room:

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20th Jan '16 12:03:54 AM mack
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* In ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', one episode had the titular duo working in a sushi store with a conveyor belt a la ILoveLucy, the sushi came in must too fast and they tried to throw them on the ceiling. They did stick, but they all came down a bit later.
* In ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'', episode 1, Greg is shown in his new law office throwing a couple pencils at the ceiling. The camera pans up to show a couple dozen pencils already stuck in the tiles above his desk. Later, he throws one more pencil above his head, only to have all the others fall out of the ceiling onto him.



* In a season 3.5 episode of ''Series/{{Eureka}}'', a person gets stuck to the ceiling as a result of a mishap involving a magnetic explosion. Of course, the person is Fargo.



* In a season 3.5 episode of ''Series/{{Eureka}}'', a person gets stuck to the ceiling as a result of a mishap involving a magnetic explosion. Of course, the person is Fargo.



* In ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', one episode had the titular duo working in a sushi store with a conveyor belt a la ILoveLucy, the sushi came in must too fast and they tried to throw them on the ceiling. They did stick, but they all came down a bit later.
* In ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'', episode 1, Greg is shown in his new law office throwing a couple pencils at the ceiling. The camera pans up to show a couple dozen pencils already stuck in the tiles above his desk. Later, he throws one more pencil above his head, only to have all the others fall out of the ceiling onto him.

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* In ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', one episode had the titular duo working in ''Series/NewGirl'' involves a sushi store with a conveyor belt a la ILoveLucy, the sushi came in must too fast and they tried to throw them on the ceiling. They did stick, but they all came down a bit later.
* In ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'', episode 1, Greg
shishkebab that is shown in his new law office throwing a couple pencils at the ceiling. The camera pans up to show a couple dozen pencils already stuck in the tiles above his desk. Later, he throws one more pencil above his head, only to have all the others fall out of the ceiling onto him.
in their living room, with the caveat that Schmidt & Nick have a bet about when it will fall. It falls off moments later, with Nick winning the bet, and forcing Schmidt to be his 'slave for 17 days'.

9th Nov '15 1:15:48 AM Jeff-R
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* The first Film/{{Problem Child}} features Junior stabbing his fork into a concoction vaguely resembling mashed potatoes, stretching it like a rubber band, and shooting it upward so it sticks to the ceiling.
10th Aug '15 8:34:59 AM Antwan
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Something gets launched or is stuck to the ceiling, usually something sticky, and often some kind of food item. Sometimes it comes down, sometimes it doesn't.

May later [[BrickJoke fall on someone who has no idea it's up there]].

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Something gets launched or is stuck to the ceiling, usually something sticky, and often some kind of food item. Sometimes it comes down, sometimes it doesn't.

doesn't. May later [[BrickJoke fall on someone who has no idea it's up there]].
there]].

See CeilingCling for when a person is hiding near the ceiling.






** ''WebVideo/EpicMealTime'' used the above in their "Mac Burgers" episode of ''Handle It'', throwing a handful of macaroni onto the ceiling.

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** ''WebVideo/EpicMealTime'' used the above in their "Mac Burgers" episode of ''Handle It'', throwing thrwing a handful of macaroni onto the ceiling.
14th Jul '15 4:19:41 PM rusalka95
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* ''Series/JeevesandWooster'' features a scene where Bertie flips the lid of a jar of treacle onto the ceiling and it doesn't come down until hours later, just at the moment when it is the least convenient.

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* ''Series/JeevesandWooster'' ''Series/JeevesAndWooster'' features a scene where Bertie flips the lid of a jar of treacle onto the ceiling and it doesn't come down until hours later, just at the moment when it is the least convenient.
21st May '15 5:36:49 PM rusalka95
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* ''Series/JeevesandWooster'' features a scene where Bertie flips the lid of a jar of treacle onto the ceiling and it doesn't come down until hours later, just at the moment when it is the least convenient.
9th Apr '15 11:05:37 AM Chabal2
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* ''ComicStrip/{{Foxtrot}}'' had an arc where the kids are cooking dinner for their parents on ValentinesDay. Peter wonders how you know when the spaghetti is cooked, Jason says he he heard that when it clings to the ceiling, it's done.
--> '''Peter:''' Now what?\\
'''Jason:''' I meant one strand.
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