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16th May '16 3:27:28 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Used in every episode of ''{{The Proud Family}}''.

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* Used in every episode of ''{{The Proud Family}}''.''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily''.
6th Feb '16 11:15:16 PM nombretomado
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* ''WelcomeBackKotter'': The title character tells a joke about one of his relatives to his wife, Julie ... usually one of those unknown-until-now uncle and a bad pun. Even the episodes with somber or serious themes, or those ending on said note, ended not with a serious resolution to the situation but one of those "Did I ever tell you about my Uncle Jamie?"-type jokes.

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* ''WelcomeBackKotter'': ''Series/WelcomeBackKotter'': The title character tells a joke about one of his relatives to his wife, Julie ... usually one of those unknown-until-now uncle and a bad pun. Even the episodes with somber or serious themes, or those ending on said note, ended not with a serious resolution to the situation but one of those "Did I ever tell you about my Uncle Jamie?"-type jokes.



* The more refined version of this is the joke without words that goes on during the credits of ''{{Frasier}}''.
* Many episodes of ''MyNameIsEarl'' play out the credits over a scene of Earl and Randy in bed having a conversation unconnected with the events of the episode, usually triggered by a NonSequitur by Randy.
* DisneyChannel shows have some form of this, most notably ''ThatsSoRaven'' and ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody.''

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* The more refined version of this is the joke without words that goes on during the credits of ''{{Frasier}}''.
''Series/{{Frasier}}''.
* Many episodes of ''MyNameIsEarl'' ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'' play out the credits over a scene of Earl and Randy in bed having a conversation unconnected with the events of the episode, usually triggered by a NonSequitur by Randy.
* DisneyChannel shows have some form of this, most notably ''ThatsSoRaven'' ''Series/ThatsSoRaven'' and ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody.''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody.''



* How ''CornerGas'' ends [[OnceAnEpisode every episode.]]

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* How ''CornerGas'' ''Series/CornerGas'' ends [[OnceAnEpisode every episode.]]
23rd Sep '15 1:10:54 PM twilicorn
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* ''Series/FreeSpirit'' does this in every episode.
3rd Jul '15 10:09:37 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheBradyBunch'' always used these, usually courtesy of Alice. ("Oh, Alice!")
* ''TheBigBangTheory'' often [[BrickJoke brings back a throw-away joke]] and expands on it, to humorous effect. In one episode, the gang [[spoiler: discusses how Sheldon's "species" reproduces. The theories are myriad, but later, Sheldon is shown eating large amounts of Thai food, eventually splitting into 2 identical copies. Leonard awakes from his dream, cursing the Mitosis Theory of Sheldon Reproduction.]]
* "What Did We Learn on the Show Tonight, Craig?" from TheLateLateShow.

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* ''TheBradyBunch'' ''Series/TheBradyBunch'' always used these, usually courtesy of Alice. ("Oh, Alice!")
* ''TheBigBangTheory'' ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' often [[BrickJoke brings back a throw-away joke]] and expands on it, to humorous effect. In one episode, the gang [[spoiler: discusses how Sheldon's "species" reproduces. The theories are myriad, but later, Sheldon is shown eating large amounts of Thai food, eventually splitting into 2 identical copies. Leonard awakes from his dream, cursing the Mitosis Theory of Sheldon Reproduction.]]
* "What Did We Learn on the Show Tonight, Craig?" from TheLateLateShow.''Series/TheLateLateShow''.
28th Mar '15 7:58:41 PM nombretomado
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* Used in most episodes of ''FamilyGuy''. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in [[http://www.hulu.com/watch/307140 one episode]] wherein Peter says "And I've learned something from this... ya know what, we've done this a billion times, so I'm just going to do the cadences" and the family just speaks gibberish (in the proper cadences, of course.) Followed by the obligatory laugh.

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* Used in most episodes of ''FamilyGuy''.''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in [[http://www.hulu.com/watch/307140 one episode]] wherein Peter says "And I've learned something from this... ya know what, we've done this a billion times, so I'm just going to do the cadences" and the family just speaks gibberish (in the proper cadences, of course.) Followed by the obligatory laugh.
1st Dec '14 11:41:44 AM TitoRigatoni
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* Used in most episodes of ''FamilyGuy''. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in [[http://www.hulu.com/watch/307140 one episode]] wherein Peter says "And I've learned something from this... ya know what, we've done this a billion times, so I'm just going to do the cadences" and the family just speaks gibberish (in the proper cadences, of course.) Followed by the obligatory laugh.
27th Oct '14 2:29:55 PM CBCook55
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* ''Spunky And Tadpole'' (an obscure cartoon from Beverly Films, dating to 1958) had the two addressing each other this way at the end of selected story arcs.
9th Jul '14 6:31:01 AM SeptimusHeap
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The trope name comes from ''TheCiscoKid,'' where Cisco would deliver the punchline, and Pancho would always go, "[[FirstNameUltimatum Oh, Ceeesco!]]" Still used in many shows, comedy or not.

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The trope name comes from ''TheCiscoKid,'' ''Series/TheCiscoKid,'' where Cisco would deliver the punchline, and Pancho would always go, "[[FirstNameUltimatum Oh, Ceeesco!]]" Still used in many shows, comedy or not.
15th Dec '13 5:40:32 PM JIKTV
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* Parodied in ''PoliceSquad'', along with the freeze frame ending.

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* Parodied in ''PoliceSquad'', ''Series/PoliceSquad'', along with the freeze frame ending.



* Parodied in ''ThatsMyBush''; "Oh, Laura! One of these days, I'm gonna punch you in the face!"

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* Parodied in ''ThatsMyBush''; ''Series/ThatsMyBush''; "Oh, Laura! One of these days, I'm gonna punch you in the face!"



* While ''Series/PerryMason'' devoted most of its end-of-episode scenes to explaining the key clue that let Perry solve the case, this style of joke was often included.

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* While ''Series/PerryMason'' ''Franchise/PerryMason'' devoted most of its end-of-episode scenes to explaining the key clue that let Perry solve the case, this style of joke was often included.
22nd Aug '13 9:20:34 PM Tarlonniel
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* When the final joke happens after the credits it is known as TheStinger. ''{{MST3K}}'' is famous for this.
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