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21st May '17 4:16:26 PM nombretomado
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* Heavily parodied in [[http://www.weebls-stuff.com/wab/CSI/ this]] ''WeeblAndBob'' cartoon, as part of a general ''Series/CSIMiami'' parody.

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* Heavily parodied in [[http://www.weebls-stuff.com/wab/CSI/ this]] ''WeeblAndBob'' ''WebAnimation/WeeblAndBob'' cartoon, as part of a general ''Series/CSIMiami'' parody.
16th May '17 5:15:35 PM nombretomado
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* Delightfully parodied on an episode of TwoAndAHalfMen - Alan's ditzy buxom girlfriend Kandi gets the Grissom role on a show called "Stiffs." [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIdS_qMHWYA The video shows it far better than I ever could.]]

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* Delightfully parodied on an episode of TwoAndAHalfMen ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' - Alan's ditzy buxom girlfriend Kandi gets the Grissom role on a show called "Stiffs." [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIdS_qMHWYA The video shows it far better than I ever could.]]
20th Apr '17 8:23:28 AM CosmicFerret
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* TheTeaser on ''[[LawAndOrder Law & Order]]'' and its various spin-offs almost always has such a line. During Jerry Orbach's tenure, it was usually [[DeadpanSnarker Lennie Briscoe's line]]. (One almost wonders why this Trope isn't called "Briscoe One-Liner".)

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* TheTeaser on ''[[LawAndOrder ''[[Franchise/LawAndOrder Law & Order]]'' and its various spin-offs almost always has such a line. During Jerry Orbach's tenure, it was usually [[DeadpanSnarker Lennie Briscoe's line]]. (One almost wonders why this Trope isn't called "Briscoe One-Liner".)



* This was referenced in an episode of ''Series/JoanOfArcadia'' in which a police officer makes a quippy comment about a crime scene, followed by a ''LawAndOrder''-esque musical {{sting}}. Her partner gives her a bewildered look, to which she responds, "What? Too ''Law and Order''?"

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* This was referenced in an episode of ''Series/JoanOfArcadia'' in which a police officer makes a quippy comment about a crime scene, followed by a ''LawAndOrder''-esque ''Franchise/LawAndOrder''-esque musical {{sting}}. Her partner gives her a bewildered look, to which she responds, "What? Too ''Law and Order''?"



* This was parodied on Series/{{Community}}, during their LawAndOrder episode, "Basic Lupine Urology". After a smashed yam is found in the biology class (the yam being the group's now ruined class project), Troy and Abed are tasked with finding out who killed it. They stand over the yam, having this exchange:

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* This was parodied on Series/{{Community}}, during their LawAndOrder Franchise/LawAndOrder episode, "Basic Lupine Urology". After a smashed yam is found in the biology class (the yam being the group's now ruined class project), Troy and Abed are tasked with finding out who killed it. They stand over the yam, having this exchange:
15th Apr '17 6:34:56 PM nombretomado
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** Parodied often and hard on TheSoup, also, with David Caruso even winning a soup award and recording an acceptance speech.

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** Parodied often and hard on TheSoup, ''Series/TheSoup'', also, with David Caruso even winning a soup award and recording an acceptance speech.
3rd Apr '17 5:44:06 PM eroock
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-->"Chief, we found the marine's body. Cause of death is electrocution."\\

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-->"Chief, ->"Chief, we found the marine's body. Cause of death is electrocution."\\



-->'''''[[AC:[[http://instantrimshot.com/index.php?sound=csi&play=true YYYYEEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!]]]]'''''

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-->'''''[[AC:[[http://instantrimshot.->'''''[[AC:[[http://instantrimshot.com/index.php?sound=csi&play=true YYYYEEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!]]]]'''''
3rd Apr '17 10:42:23 AM GrammarNavi
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* From ''WesternAnimation/Futurama'' Leela laments that she and the crew are in a difficult situation and wishes for a few minutes to think of a solution, then the show cuts to commercial.

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* From ''WesternAnimation/Futurama'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' Leela laments that she and the crew are in a difficult situation and wishes for a few minutes to think of a solution, then the show cuts to commercial.
2nd Jan '17 9:01:46 PM Xtifr
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** In an episode of ''Series/StargateSG1'', a tv producer pitches a number of show ideas, including T'ealc P.I. (a shameless ripoff of ''{{Shaft}}'' and ''Series/MagnumPI'') featuring a scene where the one liner is simply. "[[CatchPhrase Indeeeeed.]]"

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** In an episode of ''Series/StargateSG1'', a tv producer pitches a number of show ideas, including T'ealc P.I. (a shameless ripoff of ''{{Shaft}}'' ''Film/{{Shaft}}'' and ''Series/MagnumPI'') featuring a scene where the one liner is simply. "[[CatchPhrase Indeeeeed.]]"
25th Nov '16 3:00:36 PM HarryLovesHermione
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** In the episode "Iced" the trope was subverted as a gag. Greg Sanders, TheLabRat, spoke after Grissom delivered his one-liner. The other characters appeared visibly surprised by the interruption. Grissom still gets the last word, but is forced to use a less poignant line.

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** In the episode "Iced" the trope was subverted as a gag. Upon finding a college couple dead in a dorm room, Grissom gets his usual comment in, before Greg Sanders, TheLabRat, spoke after ruins the moment, leaving Grissom delivered his one-liner. The other characters appeared visibly surprised by the interruption. Grissom still gets the last word, but is forced to use leave on a less poignant line.note.
-->'''Grissom''': 'For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo'
-->'''Greg''': Found a condom!
-->'''Grissom''': So much for safe sex.
13th Nov '16 7:00:57 PM dmcreif
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* Played with on ''Series/TheWire'', in an effort to distinguish itself from traditional cop shows. The pilot opens with [=McNulty=] questioning a witness about a dead kid named "Snot Boogie," a knucklehead who always hung around the local craps games and tried to steal the winnings because he "couldn't help himself." So [=McNulty=] asks why they kept letting him hang around if they knew he was going to grab the cash, and the kid says "You got to. This is America, man." The somber theme song dampens the humor of the moment, but the ''characters'' find it hilarious: [=McNulty=] opens the next scene by re-telling the story to another cop.

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* Played with on ''Series/TheWire'', in an effort to distinguish itself from traditional cop shows. The pilot opens with [=McNulty=] questioning a witness about a dead kid named "Snot Boogie," a knucklehead who always hung around the local craps games and tried to steal the winnings because he "couldn't help himself." So [=McNulty=] asks why they kept letting him hang around if they knew he was going to grab the cash, and the kid says "You got to. This is America, man." The somber theme song "Way Down in the Hole" dampens the humor of the moment, but the ''characters'' find it hilarious: hilarious, since [=McNulty=] opens the next scene by re-telling the story to another cop.Bunk.
6th Nov '16 1:27:41 PM nombretomado
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* IsaacNewton parodies Horatio Caine's one-liners in [[http://xkcd.com/626/ this]] ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'' strip.

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* IsaacNewton UsefulNotes/IsaacNewton parodies Horatio Caine's one-liners in [[http://xkcd.com/626/ this]] ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'' strip.
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