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31st Aug '16 11:47:16 PM Kartoonkid95
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* In an episode of ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', the boys are on ''The Dr. Phyllis Show'' to [[ClipShow talk about their past exploits]]. Near the end, Drake recalls when he dated Lisa Tuffer, saying that she's dumb and "a bad kisser"; Dr. Phyllis then tells him that she is her daughter, and she promptly attacks him.

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* In an episode of ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', the boys are on ''The Dr. Phyllis Show'' to [[ClipShow talk about their past exploits]]. Near the end, Drake recalls when he dated Lisa Liza Tuffer, saying that she's dumb and "a bad kisser"; Dr. Phyllis then tells him that she is her daughter, and she promptly attacks him.
31st Aug '16 11:45:21 PM Kartoonkid95
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* In an episode of ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', the boys are on ''The Dr. Phyllis Show'' to [[ClipShow talk about their past exploits]]. Near the end, Drake recalls when he dated Lisa Tuffer, says that she's dumb and "a bad kisser"; Dr. Phyllis then tells him that she is her daughter, and she promptly attacks him.

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* In an episode of ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', the boys are on ''The Dr. Phyllis Show'' to [[ClipShow talk about their past exploits]]. Near the end, Drake recalls when he dated Lisa Tuffer, says saying that she's dumb and "a bad kisser"; Dr. Phyllis then tells him that she is her daughter, and she promptly attacks him.


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Tales of a Third Grade Nothing", Peter, who was sent back to school to finish the third grade, tells his class about his childhood teacher Mrs. Wilson, whom he used to call "Mrs. Kill-son" because she had an abortion.
-->'''Peter:''' I'm sorry. Go ahead, Mrs, uh...
-->'''Teacher:''' Wilson.
31st Aug '16 11:37:15 PM Kartoonkid95
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* Happens in the episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' featuring Rudolf Nureyev. Sam the Eagle, pleased to have a "high culture" show for once, has the theater all decorated and everyone dressed to the nines to impress the guest star. In walks a young man in trendy casual dress, who Sam immediately and unceremoniously shoos out of the theater before he can spoil the ambiance:

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* Happens in the episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' featuring Rudolf Nureyev. Sam the Eagle, pleased to have a "high culture" show for once, has the theater all decorated and everyone dressed to the nines to impress the guest star. In walks a young man in trendy casual dress, clothes, who Sam immediately and unceremoniously shoos out of the theater before he can spoil the ambiance:


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* In an episode of ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', the boys are on ''The Dr. Phyllis Show'' to [[ClipShow talk about their past exploits]]. Near the end, Drake recalls when he dated Lisa Tuffer, says that she's dumb and "a bad kisser"; Dr. Phyllis then tells him that she is her daughter, and she promptly attacks him.
16th Aug '16 9:58:44 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'', this comes up in Spartan-Ops. [[TheCasanova DeMarco]] starts flirting with a female Spartan he just met. Then he learns she's his boss.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'', this comes up in Spartan-Ops.''Spartan Ops''. [[TheCasanova DeMarco]] starts flirting with a female Spartan he just met. Then he learns she's his boss.
14th Aug '16 9:57:35 AM Eilevgmyhren
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* Creator/HansChristianAndersen was a lousy socialite, and this story invoked the trope splendidly, as he managed to say all the wrong things to the lady he was talking to. The lady in question was ''Camilla Collett'', Norwegian author. The conversation went somewhat like this:
--->'''Andersen''': I have some bad experiences with Norwegians, I have to tell you that. I met one Norwegian poet in Copenhagen, and he was rude to me...
---> '''Collett''': So? Did you get his name?
---> '''Andersen''': I think he called himself Welhaven.
---> '''Collett''': Oh, but that is my former boyfriend!
---> '''Andersen''' (already trying to talk his way out of it): And then I came upon another Norwegian poet, and he was so intense he scared the daylights out of me...
---> '''Collett''': So? And did you get ''his'' name?
---> '''Andersen''': His name was Creator/HenrikWergeland.
---> '''Collett''' (seemingly having the time of her life): But that was my brother!
---> '''Andersen''' (flabbergasted, lost for words, leaves in a hurry).
14th Aug '16 9:30:40 AM FordPrefect
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* In the first episode of the fourth season of ''HellsKitchen'', Gordon Ramsey spied on the contestants on the bus to the restaurant disguised as a contestant. The others talked about how they are going to impress Gordon and he will love them. They were shocked when Gordon revealed himself at the restaurant.

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* In the first episode of the fourth season of ''HellsKitchen'', Gordon Ramsey Creator/GordonRamsay spied on the contestants on the bus to the restaurant disguised as a contestant. The others talked about how they are going to impress Gordon and he will love them. They were shocked when Gordon revealed himself at the restaurant.
14th Aug '16 8:17:47 AM DaibhidC
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* In Robert Morley's ''Second Book of Bricks'' (a charity book in which famous people recount their most embarrassing foot-in-mouth moments) Creator/MichaelBentine describes being at an audition, and commenting to the man beside him how dreadful the singer on stage was, only to be told "That's my wife." Bentine attempted a VerbalBackspace by saying he didn't mean the ''singing'' was bad, just that it was an awful song. This got the reply "I wrote it."
14th Aug '16 7:49:34 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* Literature/CiaphasCain was once chatting up a GlamorousWartimeSinger named Amberley Vail at a planetary governor's reception, telling her how the Inquisition was already on the planet, most likely in the guise of a Rogue Trader who'd also been invited. She was trembling in fear and awe... or so he thought, since some time after he rescued the ''actual'' Inquisitor from a firefight. Inquisitor Amberley Vail, that is. Vail notes that the near-omnipresent rogue trader diguise, while convenient for shady business, is due more to a depressing lack of imagination among her colleagues.

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* Literature/CiaphasCain was once chatting up a GlamorousWartimeSinger named Amberley Vail at a planetary governor's reception, telling her how the Inquisition was already on the planet, most likely in the guise of a Rogue Trader who'd also been invited. She was trembling in fear and awe... or so he thought, since some time after he rescued the ''actual'' Inquisitor from a firefight. Inquisitor Amberley Vail, that is. Vail notes that the near-omnipresent rogue trader diguise, while convenient for shady business, is due more to a depressing lack of imagination among her colleagues. Cain wasn't completely wrong either; the Rogue Trader in question was working for her.
14th Aug '16 7:39:22 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* Something similar happened in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'', too, with Padme dressing up as one of her handmaidens.

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* Something similar happened in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'', too, with Padme dressing up as one of her handmaidens. It's complicated by ambiguity over when Qui-Gon figured it out; it may be a straight example or he may be messing with her..
14th Aug '16 7:36:07 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'': Luke's patience is tested to the breaking point by a little troll who turns out to be Jedi Grand Master Yoda.

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* ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'': Luke's patience is tested to the breaking point by a little troll who turns out to be Jedi Grand Master Yoda. Luke is nothing but respectful towards Master Yoda while talking about him (although the latter is a bit upset about the "great warrior" description), but his lack of patience with the apparent simpleton does nothing to impress.
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