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25th Apr '16 8:51:49 AM Veanne
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* ''[[FanFic/DoctorWhoovesTheSeries Along Came a Spider]]'' explains Zecora doing this as [[spoiler: a side effect of a cure to EldritchAbomination spider bite]].
17th Apr '16 10:58:29 PM Musicoftheage
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->'''Fezzik:''' If they are, we'll all be dead.

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->'''Fezzik:''' If they there are, we'll all be dead.
9th Apr '16 11:55:21 AM HeroGal2347
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* This happened to Murdock in an episode of ''Series/TheATeam'' where he had to give an injured B. A. some of his blood. Murdock uses this new tendency to try to convince B. A. that he will go insane after receiving the blood.

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* This happened to Murdock in an the episode of "[[Recap/TheATeamS1E6BlackDayAtBadRock Black Day at Bad Rock]]" from ''Series/TheATeam'' where he had to give an injured B. A. some of his blood. Murdock uses this new tendency to try to convince B. A. that he will go insane after receiving the blood.
25th Mar '16 2:40:51 PM Morgenthaler
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* Most of the characters especially Dudley Pig from the animated TalesFromTheCrypt episode "The Third Pig", the wolf has a hard time coming up with them and [[BreakingTheFourthWall yells at the Cryptkeeper when he tells him to do so]].

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* Most of the characters especially Dudley Pig from the animated TalesFromTheCrypt ''WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheCryptKeeper'' episode "The Third Pig", the wolf has a hard time coming up with them and [[BreakingTheFourthWall yells at the Cryptkeeper when he tells him to do so]].
12th Mar '16 12:51:08 PM Morgenthaler
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* A one-time sketch on ''TheAmandaShow'' featured a "gifted class" full of teenagers with special powers. Josh Peck played Billy, a boy with the gift of "super-rhyming" ("Yeah! I do it all the [[PainfulRhyme time...ing."]]). This led to such couplets as:

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* A one-time sketch on ''TheAmandaShow'' ''Series/TheAmandaShow'' featured a "gifted class" full of teenagers with special powers. Josh Peck played Billy, a boy with the gift of "super-rhyming" ("Yeah! I do it all the [[PainfulRhyme time...ing."]]). This led to such couplets as:



* ''AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' had the Carnie from "The Tale of Laughing In The Dark", who played the trope for all the creepiness it was worth:

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* ''AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' had the Carnie from "The Tale of Laughing In The Dark", who played the trope for all the creepiness it was worth:



* Alvie roomed with ''{{House}}'' in the loony bin, busted rhymes so basic and thin, needed Heezy's help in the talent show, and when Heezy walked out that do', he decided he didn't want to be crazy no mo'.

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* Alvie roomed with ''{{House}}'' ''Series/{{House}}'' in the loony bin, busted rhymes so basic and thin, needed Heezy's help in the talent show, and when Heezy walked out that do', he decided he didn't want to be crazy no mo'.



* Queen Mab from ''Series/{{Merlin}}'' (the TV show, not the mini-series).

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* Queen Mab from ''Series/{{Merlin}}'' ''Series/{{Merlin 2008}}'' (the TV show, not the mini-series).



* In ''PowerRangers,'' there have been a few rhyming [[MonsterOfTheWeek MOTW]]s, some better at it than others. At least once in ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'', we get a LampshadeHanging: The Yellow Ranger isn't succumbing to the villain's HatePlague, and we get...

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* In ''PowerRangers,'' ''Franchise/PowerRangers,'' there have been a few rhyming [[MonsterOfTheWeek MOTW]]s, some better at it than others. At least once in ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'', we get a LampshadeHanging: The Yellow Ranger isn't succumbing to the villain's HatePlague, and we get...
10th Mar '16 8:47:09 PM nombretomado
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* The Chesire Cat from the CareBears version of Literature/AliceInWonderland, he gave them advice while rapping.
* Princess Starglo from ''[[CareBears Share Bear Shines!]]'' mostly does this in a rhyming slang kind of way ("Toodles, poodles!"), but uses it in her normal conversation quite a bit, too.

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* ''Franchise/CareBears''
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The Chesire Cheshire Cat from the CareBears [[WesternAnimation/TheCareBearsAdventureInWonderland Care Bears]] version of Literature/AliceInWonderland, he gave them advice while rapping.
* ** Princess Starglo from ''[[CareBears ''[[Franchise/CareBears Share Bear Shines!]]'' mostly does this in a rhyming slang kind of way ("Toodles, poodles!"), but uses it in her normal conversation quite a bit, too.
4th Mar '16 2:57:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* The goblin Blix in ''Film/{{Legend}}'' occasionally breaks into rhyme, presumably because fairy tale goblins are known for that.

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* The goblin Blix in ''Film/{{Legend}}'' ''Film/{{Legend 1985}}'' occasionally breaks into rhyme, presumably because fairy tale goblins are known for that.



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2nd Mar '16 10:54:43 AM 59Efra
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* ''WebAnimation/CalicoElectronico'': Rhymes are Chacho Migué's go-to sales tactic. Also, all gadgets Cálico buys to face the VillainOfTheWeek are introduced with an advert that features a rhyme in the tagline.
28th Feb '16 2:53:17 PM nombretomado
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* The basic objective of the 1975 ABC game show Series/RhymeAndReason. A couplet is presented, and two contestants secretly write down a word that rhymes with the last word of the couplet. They select a celebrity on a panel (of six) and the celebrity completes the couplet. Matching the contestant's word scores points.

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* The basic objective of the 1975 ABC game show Series/RhymeAndReason.''Series/RhymeAndReason''. A couplet is presented, and two contestants secretly write down a word that rhymes with the last word of the couplet. They select a celebrity on a panel (of six) and the celebrity completes the couplet. Matching the contestant's word scores points.



* On TheWestWing, one of the signs that the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is getting senile is that he tends to write opinions in verse. This is PlayedForLaughs the first few times it comes up:

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* On TheWestWing, ''Series/TheWestWing'', one of the signs that the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is getting senile is that he tends to write opinions in verse. This is PlayedForLaughs the first few times it comes up:



* Due to the improvisational nature of a show like ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', any game that involves singing ends up becoming this. It's most obvious in Hoedown, where you can tell that the guys are struggling to come up with rhymes as they're singing.
* ''ThirdRockFromTheSun'' featured Laurie Metcalfe as a character who always rhymed her sentences with whatever someone else had just uttered. Dick found this charming at first but later discovered it was incredibly annoying and made it impossible to carry on a normal conversation with her.
* A magic mirror in TheTenthKingdom speaks entirely in rhyme and will only answer questions that are put in verse as well. This leads to Tony and Virginia having to come up with...interesting questions on the spot.

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* Due to the improvisational nature of a show like ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'', any game that involves singing ends up becoming this. It's most obvious in Hoedown, where you can tell that the guys are struggling to come up with rhymes as they're singing.
* ''ThirdRockFromTheSun'' ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'' featured Laurie Metcalfe as a character who always rhymed her sentences with whatever someone else had just uttered. Dick found this charming at first but later discovered it was incredibly annoying and made it impossible to carry on a normal conversation with her.
* A magic mirror in TheTenthKingdom ''Series/TheTenthKingdom'' speaks entirely in rhyme and will only answer questions that are put in verse as well. This leads to Tony and Virginia having to come up with...interesting questions on the spot.
27th Feb '16 7:57:23 PM AjWargo
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** When WebSeries/CinemaSins was sinning the video, the Critic appeared and demanded that it be done in rhyme, acknowling that he had done so. Jeremy agreed, and the Critic co-hosted the sin finding.
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