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18th Sep '16 1:51:46 PM jccw227
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** In another strip, Lucy is playing outside when it begins to rain. She recites "Rain, Rain, Go Away" a couple of times, only for it to rain even harder each time she says it. Finally she shouts, "'''YOU'RE NOT LISTENING!'''"
9th Aug '16 10:42:24 AM REV6Pilot
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* This sentiment is lost on countries that exist in the path of the Monsoon. Rains are eagerly anticipated by most, if it doesn't rain entire agriculture based economies can go down the drain.

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6th Aug '16 2:46:34 AM Ccook1956
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* HeckleAndJeckle have a picnic in the rain in "The Rainmakers." When Jeckle wishes upon a wishbone that it stops raining forever, he gets his wish. But now the drought becomes universally unbearable, so the boys have to find a way to make it rain again.
6th Aug '16 2:43:17 AM Ccook1956
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* Issue #66 of ''ThePowerpuffGirls'' (DC run) is titled "Rain, Rain, Go Away." It deals with a troubled sea monster who makes Townsville do a rain dance through a catchy pop tune which produces so much rain it floods the city.
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27th Mar '16 10:21:16 AM TonyG
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** The episode "Bad Jubies" is about Finn, Jake, BMO and Lumpy Space Princess building a shelter for a huge superstorm. Rather than helping build it, however, Jake just sits there, claiming that he has something big planned. When the storm arrives and they go inside the shelter, Jake reveals that [[spoiler:he was memorizing the sounds of nature to pass the time until the storm subsides. In fact, Jake's sounds [[MusicSoothesTheSavageBeast calm down the storm and saves them all]].]]
27th Mar '16 10:06:39 AM nombretomado
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* In "{{Doug}}'s Comic Collaboration, Doug and Skeeter decide to write a comicbook instead of reading all the same old ones again. The weatherman who said it was going to be sunny is the villain. The two eventually argue about how to proceed with Doug noting the GodModeSue powers of Silver Skeeter and Skeeter disliking the idea of having the heroes go to the library.

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* In "{{Doug}}'s "WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'s Comic Collaboration, Collaboration", Doug and Skeeter decide to write a comicbook instead of reading all the same old ones again. The weatherman who said it was going to be sunny is the villain. The two eventually argue about how to proceed with Doug noting the GodModeSue powers of Silver Skeeter and Skeeter disliking the idea of having the heroes go to the library.
19th Mar '16 1:01:35 AM Hossmeister
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8th Nov '15 5:41:17 PM nombretomado
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* ''RenAndStimpy'' - Stimpy and Ren's cousin Sven stare gloomily out the window at a storm...then perk up and find a board game (and completely trash the house and Ren's prized possessions as well).

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* ''RenAndStimpy'' ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' - Stimpy and Ren's cousin Sven stare gloomily out the window at a storm...then perk up and find a board game (and completely trash the house and Ren's prized possessions as well).
6th Feb '15 7:37:45 PM WillBGood
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** There was a verbatim ShoutOut to the trope namer in the MissingEpisode, "See me, Feel me, Gnomey", where the girls sing the line after all the villains have beat the crap out of them. It was PlayedForDrama, as they also sing about how they want all of their pain to go away, and wish for a perfect utopia where they don't have to fight.
*** FridgeBrilliance: The opening of the show is also a ShoutOut to a nursery rhyme, "What are little girls made of".
29th Dec '14 1:14:24 AM Patachou
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* According to Music/JohnLennon, Music/TheBeatles' song "Rain" is a mockery of this mindset and general excessive griping about weather.

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* According to Music/JohnLennon, Music/TheBeatles' song "Rain" (available on ''Music/PastMasters'') is a mockery of this mindset and general excessive griping about weather.
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