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5th May '18 5:17:19 PM Pichu-kun
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* In Jiraiya's debut episode of ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'', he was shown smoking a pipe. However, this is the only time you actually see him smoking.
* In the comedic Naruto spin-off, ''[[Manga/RockLeesSpringTimeOfYouth Rock Lee and His Ninja Pals]]'', it showed a scene of Orochimaru dressed as a woman in a bar smoking. Subverted in chapter 14 of the manga. Gamakichi was comparing his relationship with Gamatatsu to Neji and Hinata's. After a brief montage, it showed Hinata dressed as their father, Gamabunta, complete with a pipe. However, smoke wasn't coming from the pipe.
* In the OnePiece movie, ''Strong World,'' Brook was shown smoking something dressed as a hippy.

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* ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'':
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In Jiraiya's debut episode of ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'', ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', he was shown smoking a pipe. However, this is the only time you actually see him smoking.
* ** In the comedic Naruto spin-off, ''[[Manga/RockLeesSpringTimeOfYouth Rock Lee and His Ninja Pals]]'', it showed a scene of Orochimaru dressed as a woman in a bar smoking. Subverted in chapter 14 of the manga. Gamakichi was comparing his relationship with Gamatatsu to Neji and Hinata's. After a brief montage, it showed Hinata dressed as their father, Gamabunta, complete with a pipe. However, smoke wasn't coming from the pipe.
* In the OnePiece ''Manga/OnePiece'' movie, ''Strong World,'' Brook was shown smoking something dressed as a hippy.



* Yuki fron ''Manga/WanderingSon'' is seen smoking in one chapter. It's unusual because, despite having a smoker boyfriend, Yuki herself was never implied to smoke prior to that chapter.



* In [[GrandTheftAutoV Grand Theft Auto Online]]'', after a team of characters successfully completes a special mission, sometimes they are briefly in a cut-scene seen smoking a cigarette and stubbing it out.

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* In [[GrandTheftAutoV ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV Grand Theft Auto Online]]'', after a team of characters successfully completes a special mission, sometimes they are briefly in a cut-scene seen smoking a cigarette and stubbing it out.
4th Mar '18 2:45:56 AM AnotherDuck
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* ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' has a scene where Raynor and Horner light up big cigars to celebrate their victory over Mengsk. Completing Hanson's missions sees Raynor ''finally'' put the pack of cigarettes he carries in his sleeve to use, but she knocks the cig out of his mouth before he can light up (she is a doctor after all).
18th Feb '18 5:53:32 PM JamesAustin
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* WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts
** In the WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse cartoon ''Disney/TheBraveLittleTailor'', the story takes place in a fairy tale setting in the Middle Ages. Yet the giant decides at one point to roll himself an enormous improvised cigarette! Perhaps the historical setting started to annoy him?
* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes
** Happens often in the classic Looney Tunes, yet in their defense: back in the 1930s-1950s these cartoons were more aimed at adults than children. And the hazardous effects of smoking had not yet been proven.
** Montage of several smoking scenes in the Looney Tunes (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaTDAE9FncE)
* WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry
** Happens a few times, but in Great Britain these scenes have all been censored thanks to the complaints of a concerned parent.

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* WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts
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WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts: In the WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse cartoon ''Disney/TheBraveLittleTailor'', the story takes place in a fairy tale setting in the Middle Ages. Yet the giant decides at one point to roll himself an enormous improvised cigarette! Perhaps the historical setting started to annoy him?
* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes
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Happens often in the classic Looney Tunes, ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'', yet in their defense: back in the 1930s-1950s these cartoons were more aimed at adults than children. And children, and the hazardous effects of smoking had not yet been proven.
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proven. Montage of several smoking scenes in the Looney Tunes (https://www.''Looney Tunes'' can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaTDAE9FncE)
com/watch?v=WaTDAE9FncE here.]]
* WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry
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Happens a few times, times in ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'', but in Great Britain these scenes have all been censored thanks to the complaints of a concerned parent.



** Near the end of the episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E6MargeOnTheLam Marge on the Lam]]," Marge is seen smoking a cigarette in a [[SmokingIsCool Badass Smoker]] pose. This is really awkward because she normally doesn't smoke and for most of the episode her friend Ruth Powers was acting out the [[SmokingIsCool Badass Smoker]] part.
*** In the episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E9ElViajeMisteriosoDeNuestroJomer El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer]]," Marge is again seen smoking a cigarette to distract Homer from the chili festival in town. Her plan backfires because Homer knows "she doesn't smoke." Later, Homer dismisses her with the words: "Sheesh, why don't you have a cigarette or something?" whereupon Marge concludes: "Mm, I suppose I could."

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** Near the end of the episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS5E6MargeOnTheLam Marge on the Lam]]," Marge is seen smoking a cigarette in a [[SmokingIsCool Badass Smoker]] pose. This is really awkward because she normally doesn't smoke and for most of the episode her friend Ruth Powers was acting out the [[SmokingIsCool Badass Smoker]] Smoker part.
*** ** In the episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E9ElViajeMisteriosoDeNuestroJomer El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer]]," Marge is again also seen smoking a cigarette to distract Homer from the chili festival in town. Her plan backfires because Homer knows "she doesn't smoke." Later, Homer dismisses her with the words: "Sheesh, why don't you have a cigarette or something?" whereupon Marge concludes: "Mm, I suppose I could."



** In fact, it even attracted criticism: [[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/5423098/The-Simpsons-promotes-smoking.html]]

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** In fact, it even attracted criticism: [[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/5423098/The-Simpsons-promotes-smoking.html]]html attracted criticism in Australia.]]
18th Feb '18 5:43:22 PM JamesAustin
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhm-22Q0PuM This ad]] for Herman Cain (at the time a candidate for the [[UsefulNotes/AmericanPoliticalSystem 2012 Republican nomination for President]]) features Cain's Chief of Staff Mark Block talking about what Cain hopes to achieve by running...and then, towards the very end, a shot of him taking a drag off his cigarette. It comes out of nowhere and counts as a BigLippedAlligatorMoment, as well. Combined with the closing shot of Cain slowly turning to the camera and slooooooowly smiling, the ad [[MemeticMutation quickly went viral]].
** This is also a very clear case of Type 2: WordOfGod says that Block happened to be smoking throughout the taping, but the cigarette was out of frame, and the editors thought it would be cool to [[ThrowItIn throw in a shot of him taking a drag]].
* A rather infamous anti smoking TV commercial from the 1980s featured [=C3P0=] condemning [=R2D2=] for smoking a cigarette. Well intended, but probably the best illustration of a "random smoking scene", since [=R2D2=] was never seen smoking in the Franchise/StarWars movies. They even had to "add" an arm to the robot to make him able to smoke. By the way: since he's a robot: what harm could it do to him anyway?
** As C-3PO puts it, while it isn't harmful to robots, it sets a bad example for their organic friends.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhm-22Q0PuM This ad]] for Herman Cain (at the time a candidate for the [[UsefulNotes/AmericanPoliticalSystem 2012 Republican nomination for President]]) features Cain's Chief of Staff Mark Block talking about what Cain hopes to achieve by running...and then, towards the very end, a shot of him taking a drag off his cigarette. It comes out of nowhere and counts as a BigLippedAlligatorMoment, as well. Combined with the closing shot of Cain slowly turning to the camera and slooooooowly smiling, the ad [[MemeticMutation quickly went viral]].
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viral]]. This is also a very clear case of Type 2: WordOfGod says that Block happened to be smoking throughout the taping, but the cigarette was out of frame, and the editors thought it would be cool to [[ThrowItIn throw in a shot of him taking a drag]].
* A rather infamous anti smoking TV commercial from the 1980s featured [=C3P0=] condemning [=R2D2=] for smoking a cigarette. Well intended, but probably the best illustration of a "random smoking scene", since [=R2D2=] was never seen smoking in the Franchise/StarWars ''Franchise/StarWars'' movies. They even had to "add" an arm to the robot to make him able to smoke. By the way: since he's a robot: what harm could it do to him anyway?\n** As C-3PO puts it, while it isn't harmful to robots, it sets a bad example for their organic friends.



* In the comedic Naruto spin-off, ''[[{{Manga/RockLeesSpringTimeOfYouth}} Rock Lee and His Ninja Pals]]'', it showed a scene of Orochimaru dressed as a woman in a bar smoking. Subverted in chapter 14 of the manga. Gamakichi was comparing his relationship with Gamatatsu to Neji and Hinata's. After a brief montage, it showed Hinata dressed as their father, Gamabunta, complete with a pipe. However, smoke wasn't coming from the pipe.

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* In the comedic Naruto spin-off, ''[[{{Manga/RockLeesSpringTimeOfYouth}} ''[[Manga/RockLeesSpringTimeOfYouth Rock Lee and His Ninja Pals]]'', it showed a scene of Orochimaru dressed as a woman in a bar smoking. Subverted in chapter 14 of the manga. Gamakichi was comparing his relationship with Gamatatsu to Neji and Hinata's. After a brief montage, it showed Hinata dressed as their father, Gamabunta, complete with a pipe. However, smoke wasn't coming from the pipe.


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* Bulma in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' is seen smoking two times during the early part of the Majin Buu Saga, which are pretty much the only times you actually see her smoking.
9th Sep '17 4:02:05 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhm-22Q0PuM This ad]] for Herman Cain (at the time a candidate for the [[AmericanPoliticalSystem 2012 Republican nomination for President]]) features Cain's Chief of Staff Mark Block talking about what Cain hopes to achieve by running...and then, towards the very end, a shot of him taking a drag off his cigarette. It comes out of nowhere and counts as a BigLippedAlligatorMoment, as well. Combined with the closing shot of Cain slowly turning to the camera and slooooooowly smiling, the ad [[MemeticMutation quickly went viral]].

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhm-22Q0PuM This ad]] for Herman Cain (at the time a candidate for the [[AmericanPoliticalSystem [[UsefulNotes/AmericanPoliticalSystem 2012 Republican nomination for President]]) features Cain's Chief of Staff Mark Block talking about what Cain hopes to achieve by running...and then, towards the very end, a shot of him taking a drag off his cigarette. It comes out of nowhere and counts as a BigLippedAlligatorMoment, as well. Combined with the closing shot of Cain slowly turning to the camera and slooooooowly smiling, the ad [[MemeticMutation quickly went viral]].
7th Aug '17 5:56:11 PM ClintEastwood
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* Dana Scully from ''Series/TheXFiles'' smokes exactly once in the entire series out of stress while she is by herself in a hotel room, but does not mention it to anyone or even make note of it onscreen. The cigarette is just ''there''. The actress playing Scully is a smoker. In that episode, everyone involved became temporary, literal {{Cosmic Plaything}}s thanks to a rare planetary alignment. It briefly turned the town into a CityOfWeirdos, including the visiting agents.

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* Dana Scully from ''Series/TheXFiles'' smokes exactly once in the entire series out of stress while she is by herself in a hotel room, but does not mention it to anyone or even make note of it onscreen. The cigarette is just ''there''. The actress playing Scully Creator/GillianAnderson is a smoker. In that episode, everyone involved became temporary, literal {{Cosmic Plaything}}s thanks to a rare planetary alignment. It briefly turned the town into a CityOfWeirdos, including the visiting agents.



** In the episode "The Cave of Skulls" (part 2 of the very first story in the show), the First Doctor is shown [[GoodSmokingEvilSmoking lighting up a pipe]] upon landing on prehistoric Earth - the story is about him being captured by a group of cavemen who want him to create fire for them, but he loses his matches. This was 1963, and public opinion about showing heroic characters in children's shows smoking changed soon afterward, meaning that neither he nor any of his future incarnations are ever seen smoking again. (The ExpandedUniverse, which is a bit less child-friendly, has it that Four occasionally smokes a pipe too or at least enjoys sharing them socially, Eight has a taste for cigarettes and Two is [[TheStoner a bit of a stoner]].)
** "The Deadly Assassin" has a scene where the Fourth Doctor uses a hookah and a pile of his clothes in a chair as a DecoyGetaway, so as to create the illusion that he's smoking in the corner with his back to the door when the Time Lord guards break into his TARDIS. Since he isn't ever seen smoking on screen, it comes across as a bizarre part of the illusion. He isn't shown actually smoking it, though he [[OralFixation pops the end of the pipe into his mouth]] while he's setting it up. Later in the story, though, he [[WakingNonSequitur wakes up from beside a machine that's been burned out]] by saying "do you mind? This is a non-smoking compartment."
** The Doctor has a cigarette case in "The Face of Evil". It only has jelly babies in it, though he mimes with them like they're cigars.

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** In the episode "The Cave of Skulls" (part 2 of the very first story in the show), "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS1E1AnUnearthlyChild An Unearthly Child]]", the First Doctor is shown [[GoodSmokingEvilSmoking lighting up a pipe]] upon landing on prehistoric Earth - the story is about him being captured by a group of cavemen who want him to create fire for them, but he loses his matches. This was 1963, and public opinion about showing heroic characters in children's shows smoking changed soon afterward, meaning that neither he nor any of his future incarnations are ever seen smoking again. (The ExpandedUniverse, which is a bit less child-friendly, has it that Four occasionally smokes a pipe too or at least enjoys sharing them socially, Eight has a taste for cigarettes and Two is [[TheStoner a bit of a stoner]].)
** "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin" Assassin]]" has a scene where the Fourth Doctor uses a hookah and a pile of his clothes in a chair as a DecoyGetaway, so as to create the illusion that he's smoking in the corner with his back to the door when the Time Lord guards break into his TARDIS. Since he isn't ever seen smoking on screen, it comes across as a bizarre part of the illusion. He isn't shown actually smoking it, though he [[OralFixation pops the end of the pipe into his mouth]] while he's setting it up. Later in the story, though, he [[WakingNonSequitur wakes up from beside a machine that's been burned out]] by saying "do you mind? This is a non-smoking compartment."
** The Doctor has a cigarette case in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E4TheFaceOfEvil The Face of Evil".Evil]]". It only has jelly babies in it, though he mimes with them like they're cigars.
6th Aug '17 11:18:25 AM WileK209
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** In the WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse cartoon ''Disney/TheBraveLittleTailor'', the story takes place in a fairy tale setting in the Middle Ages. Yet the giant decides at one point to roll himself an enormous cigarette! Perhaps the historical setting started to annoy him?

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** In the WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse cartoon ''Disney/TheBraveLittleTailor'', the story takes place in a fairy tale setting in the Middle Ages. Yet the giant decides at one point to roll himself an enormous improvised cigarette! Perhaps the historical setting started to annoy him?



** Montage of several smoking scenes in the Looney Tunes (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ApxnNyAeGg)

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** Montage of several smoking scenes in the Looney Tunes (http://www.(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ApxnNyAeGg)com/watch?v=WaTDAE9FncE)



* Although not in the show itself, ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' did commercials extolling the great taste of Winston cigarettes.

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* Although not in the show itself, ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' did commercials in the first two seasons extolling the great taste of Winston cigarettes.
26th Jul '17 8:39:06 AM scooter
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* Happens frequently in ''Series/{{Grantchester}}'', playing up its [[EverybodySmokes 1950s setting]].
21st Apr '17 2:25:15 PM StarTropes
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* ''Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier'': Smoking is implied to be exceedingly rare or non-existent among humans in ''Franchise/StarTrek'', but St. John Talbot, the human ambassador to Nimbus III, is nevertheless smoking a cigarette in one scene. None of the characters seem to notice or point this out.

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* ''Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier'': Smoking is implied to be exceedingly rare or non-existent among humans in ''Franchise/StarTrek'', but St. John Talbot, the human ambassador to Nimbus III, is nevertheless smoking a cigarette in one scene. None of the characters seem to notice or point this out. (Then again, he ''is'' on a CrapsackWorld.)
20th Mar '17 9:15:44 PM Hylarn
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* ''Film/WhatWomenWant'': After Marshall's female psychiatrist discovers that he can hear what women think she is so shocked that she decides to smoke a cigarette. She admits it's "highly unorthodox", but yet it's still a strange reaction.¨

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* ''Film/WhatWomenWant'': After Marshall's female psychiatrist discovers that he can hear what women think she is so shocked that she decides to smoke a cigarette. She admits it's "highly unorthodox", but yet it's still a strange reaction.¨



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