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3rd Oct '17 8:09:36 PM HiddenWindshield
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-->'''Jeph:''' I am tired of Yelling Bird comics so there will be NO MORE OF THEM, goodbye you shitty bird.



-->'''Jeph:''' I am tired of Yelling Bird comics so there will be NO MORE OF THEM, goodbye you shitty bird.
26th Sep '17 1:46:19 PM shokoshu
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* German comedy "Klimbim" had the unknown drinker at the bar, who never said a word and fell from his stool. When they got bored with it, in a series finale he shoots everyone and says "Finally I can talk!". (Too bad [[DeepSpaceNine Morn]] didn't get the chance...)
24th Sep '17 11:23:14 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' had a Running Gag involving women hitting men with a HyperspaceMallet whenever they said something sexist. The Hammers were eventually deconstructed as their true purpose was revealed: They were not designed to prevent sexist comments, but rather encourage them, as the hammers gave women an opportunity to get back at the men in a harmless manner, meaning the men didn't have to feel bad about upsetting them. The hammers became permanently unusable when [[spoiler:the immortal who controlled them was preparing for his death and rebirth.]]
** References to Tedd being androgynous have also stopped, probably because in the [[ArtEvolution newer art style]] he doesn't really look all that androgynous. Especially with [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2011-01-26 Noah]] in the comic...
*** [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=1847 These may be coming back soon enough, though.]]
*** And, the androgyny RunningGagged has been officially, 100% magnificently subverted.
*** In fact, Bringing Silly Back seemed to be mainly using this as a chance to call a capper on the overly silly running gags, and reconstruct them to fit the new tone of the comic.
*** [[http://www.egscomics.com/egsnp.php?id=414 Even the Demonic Duck is back.]]

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* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' had ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'':
** There was
a Running Gag involving women hitting men with a HyperspaceMallet whenever they said something sexist. The Hammers were eventually deconstructed as their true purpose was revealed: They were not designed to prevent sexist comments, but rather encourage them, as the hammers gave women an opportunity to get back at the men in a harmless manner, meaning the men didn't have to feel bad about upsetting them. The hammers became permanently unusable when [[spoiler:the immortal who controlled them was preparing for his death and rebirth.]]
** References to Tedd being androgynous have also stopped, stopped for a while, probably because in the [[ArtEvolution newer art style]] he doesn't didn't really look all that androgynous. Especially They later made a return, along with [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2011-01-26 Noah]] in the comic...
*** [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=1847 These may be coming back soon enough, though.]]
*** And, the androgyny RunningGagged has been officially, 100% magnificently subverted.
*** In fact,
Tedd getting a new (and much more androgynous) look in-universe.
** Later, an arc titled
Bringing Silly Back seemed to be mainly using this as a chance to call a capper on the overly silly running gags, and reconstruct them to fit the new tone of the comic.
*** [[http://www.egscomics.com/egsnp.php?id=414 Even the Demonic Duck is back.]]
comic.
2nd Aug '17 5:50:09 PM Andyroid
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* ''WebVideo/HistoryOfTheEntireWorldIGuess'' has "you could make a religion out of this" repeated after the founding of various world religions. The line starts to repeat after the French Revolution and the death of Maximillien Robespierre, but is interrupted by "no, don't"[[note]]Quite likely a nod to the Cult of Reason and the Cult of the Supreme Being, two failed attempts at establishing a new national religion for France.[[/note]].
2nd Aug '17 7:46:43 AM meanmetalmario
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->''"Okay, they're dead, all right? We're not going to be seeing them again."''
-->-- '''Stewie Griffin''' (about Vern and Johnny[[note]]They do appear one more time, as ghosts.[[/note]]), ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''

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->''"Okay, they're dead, all right? right?! We're not going to gonna be seeing them again."''
again!"''
-->-- '''Stewie Griffin''' (about after shooting Vern and Johnny[[note]]They do appear one more time, as ghosts.[[/note]]), Johnny, ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''



** Another example is Vern and Johnny, the Vaudeville players whose killing off provides the page quote. They started making appearances after the show's revival, and were killed by Stewie in the next season. Their ghosts made one reappearance as a ContinuityNod.

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** Another example is Vern and Johnny, the Vaudeville players whose killing off provides the page quote. They started making appearances after the show's revival, and were killed by Stewie in the next season. Their ghosts made They end up making one reappearance more appearance after this, with Vern as a ContinuityNod.ghost and Johnny in Hell ([[PaedoHunt he liked little boys]]).
29th Jul '17 9:03:50 PM WilliamRadarStorm
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* ''Series/TheMuppetShow'''s Rita Moreno episode has the telephone gag, wherein Fozzie answers the telephone, and something comes out of the microphone. Eventually, Kermit gets annoyed at the gag and orders Fozzie to not answer the phone, providing the page quote for [[RunningGag the parent trope.]] When he disparagingly cries "[[TemptingFate is there no end to this running gag?!]]" Cue [[ExtremeOmnivore Animal]] ripping the phone from the wall[[labelnote:*]]It's an old-fashioned wall telephone. [[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Magneto_wall_telephone_1917_open.jpg Like this one.]][[/labelnote]] and running off with it.
-->'''Fozzie''': Well. [[LampshadeHanging I guess that means the end of this running gag.]]\\
'''Kermit''': Yeah, and also to [[RealityEnsues all the incoming calls!]]
7th Jun '17 10:54:31 PM FurtiveGrist
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* In ''[[http://dbzu.3gkai.com/ Dragon Ball Z Uncensored]]'' (a comparison of the original ''[[Manga/DragonBall Dragon Ball Z]]'' TV show and its English dub), some time after the episode which introduced Hell, Chris Psaros started using the exclamation "What the HFIL?" (in reference to Hell's DubNameChange), which he kept using until near the end of the Frieza Saga, at which point [[http://dbzu.3gkai.com/series/ep095.html he retires the phrase]], but not before admiring the meme that resulted from it.



* Jeph Jacques of ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' frequently used Yelling Bird, a foul-mouthed avian, as filler material when he needed a break. In August of 2015, he officially retired Yelling Bird, after letting the bird verbally abuse the [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3016 readers one last time.]]
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* In ''[[http://dbzu.3gkai.com/ Dragon Ball Z Uncensored]]'' (a comparison of the original ''[[Manga/DragonBall Dragon Ball Z]]'' TV show and its English dub), some time after the episode which introduced Hell, Chris Psaros started using the exclamation "What the HFIL?" (in reference to Hell's DubNameChange), which he kept using until near the end of the Frieza Saga, at which point [[http://dbzu.3gkai.com/series/ep095.html he retires the phrase]], but not before admiring the meme that resulted from it.



* Jeph Jacques of ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' frequently used Yelling Bird, a foul-mouthed avian, as filler material when he needed a break. In August of 2015, he officially retired Yelling Bird, after letting the bird verbally abuse the [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3016 readers one last time.]]
2nd May '17 9:58:36 AM MightyKombat
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* Webvideo/{{Somecallmejohnny}} had a runningGag in his Metroid videos where, anytime he mentioned the Screw Attack powerup, a disembodied voice would suddenly shout "SCREW ATTACK!" much to Johnny's confusion, and later, annoyance. By ''Metroid Prime 3'', Johnny finally calls it off and guns down the "SCREW ATTACK" guy, ending the gag. It got one last oblique mention in his video of ''Federation Force'' where he mentions the Screw Attack, and then immediately says "I shot that bastard dead."
22nd Feb '17 4:29:23 AM StFan
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-->-- '''''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''''''s Stewie Griffin, about Vern and Johnny.[[note]]They do appear one more time, as ghosts.[[/note]]

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-->-- '''''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''''''s Stewie Griffin, about '''Stewie Griffin''' (about Vern and Johnny.[[note]]They Johnny[[note]]They do appear one more time, as ghosts.[[/note]]
[[/note]]), ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''






* In Part 1 of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', viewers would sometimes see how Sakura feels through Inner Sakura whenever she felt differently then how she responded. In Part 2, Sakura has learned how to express her true feelings and Inner Sakura only appears once in what could be considered a CallBack (seen in Episode 8 of ''Shippuden'' and Chapter 250 of the manga).
** The last time the gag is used in Part 1 is when Inner Sakura is implied to be a full on 2nd personality and foils Ino's attempt at GrandTheftMe.
* Usopp's lies in ''Manga/OnePiece''. His fighting style used to heavily rely on flat-out lying to his opponents to scare them and gave him the upper edge. This is a variation because instead of entirely dropping them at a certain point, he used them less and less and utilized more of his inventions. He still lies, but only occasionally, and he will usually have a plan instead of improvising a lie, such as the Usopp Golden Pound in his Thriller Bark fight against Perona.
** Not to mention many of his early lies (such as being eaten by a giant goldfish) have since come true providing a nice BrickJoke for people paying attention.

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* In Part 1 of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', viewers would sometimes see how Sakura feels through Inner Sakura whenever she felt differently then than how she responded. In Part 2, Sakura has learned how to express her true feelings and Inner Sakura only appears once in what could be considered a CallBack (seen in Episode 8 of ''Shippuden'' and Chapter 250 of the manga).
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manga). The last time the gag is used in Part 1 is when Inner Sakura is implied to be a full on full-on 2nd personality and foils Ino's attempt at GrandTheftMe.
* Usopp's lies in ''Manga/OnePiece''. His fighting style used to heavily rely on flat-out lying to his opponents to scare them and gave him the upper edge. This is a variation because instead of entirely dropping them at a certain point, he used them less and less and utilized more of his inventions. He still lies, but only occasionally, and he will usually have a plan instead of improvising a lie, such as the Usopp Golden Pound in his Thriller Bark fight against Perona.
**
Perona. Not to mention mention, many of his early lies (such as being eaten by a giant goldfish) have since come true providing a nice BrickJoke for people paying attention.



* ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan''

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* ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan''''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan'':



** In a meta-sense, J. Jonah Jameson twisting every single heroic deed Spider-Man made & Spider-Man's general status as a HeroWithBadPublicity. After over 4 decades of it in the mainstream Marvel universe & 9 years in the Ultimate universe, Jameson stopped slandering Spider-Man after the events of ''ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}}'', when he witnessed Spider-Man doing everything he could possibly do to save people in the midst of New York being flooded whilst the other superheroes were nowhere to be seen, and subsequently this led to Spider-Man having the best PR out of any of the heroes when Jameson proceeded to admit he was wrong & the Bugle became Spider-Man's biggest supporters. He ''did'' restart the slandering when Miles Morales started on his path as Spider-Man, but in an interesting twist, this was because Jameson (like many people) thought that Miles was desecrating Peter's memory.

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** In a meta-sense, J. Jonah Jameson twisting every single heroic deed Spider-Man made & and Spider-Man's general status as a HeroWithBadPublicity. After over 4 decades of it in the mainstream Marvel universe & and 9 years in the Ultimate universe, Jameson stopped slandering Spider-Man after the events of ''ComicBook/{{Ultimatum}}'', when he witnessed Spider-Man doing everything he could possibly do to save people in the midst of New York being flooded whilst the other superheroes were nowhere to be seen, and subsequently this led to Spider-Man having the best PR out of any of the heroes when Jameson proceeded to admit he was wrong & and the Bugle became Spider-Man's biggest supporters. He ''did'' restart the slandering when Miles Morales started on his path as Spider-Man, but in an interesting twist, this was because Jameson (like many people) thought that Miles was desecrating Peter's memory.



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* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'':
** The "Kaio-what?" gag[[note]]In which Goku uses the Kaio-ken ([[CallingYourAttacks while saying its name]]), prompting his foe to ask "Kaio-what?" before getting punched in the face[[/note]] ended with Freeza {{No Sell}}ing it (though it did return in the Goku vs. Superman episode of ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'').
--->'''Freeza:''' No, seriously, Kaio-''what?''\\
'''Goku:''' [[OhCrap Kaio-]]''[[OhCrap crap!]]''
** It comes back for one last hurrah in ''The World's Strongest Abridged''.
** In an odd way, the running gag of a {{freeze frame|Bonus}} {{Squick}}y FanDisservice picture appearing whenever someone uses [[BlindedByTheLight Solar Flare]] ended[[note]]At least possibly - barring {{filler}}, the move never shows up again in [[Anime/DragonBallZ the original series]][[/note]] by undergoing a mini-CerebusSyndrome, as when Cell shows up they go from being humorously squicky (such as Freeza's head photoshopped onto a guy showering, or Creator/{{Lanipator}} dressed as [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Dr. Frank-N-Furter]]) to two real cicadas mating, until finally a (mercifully cropped) picture of [[spoiler:Semi-Perfect Cell raping Android 18]] appears in the episode where he [[spoiler:absorbs her and becomes perfect]].
* ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'':
** In Bandit Keith's final appearance in the main series, his EagleLand characterization was officially dropped when [[spoiler:it was revealed that he was [[FakeAmerican only pretending to be American]] and he was actually from Canada]]. In the episode that wrote out Bonz, he reveals that he actually can talk normally and his constantly saying "Braiiins..." was just an act. Both characters' subsequent appearances in all future side videos have dropped these gags. It's lampshaded in one anniversary special where Bakura and Marik try to do a drinking game off some of the gags from the series, they end disappointed when both Bandit Keith and Bonz explain that they don't do those anymore.
** One of the earliest running gags in the series was [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Weevil and Rex]] being obvious [[{{Expy}} expies]] of WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead. This officially ended after Episode 73 when [[spoiler:the Seal of Orichalcos allowed them to {{Retcon}} this behavior away and act more like their canon counterparts.]]



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* After two movies of being a {{Found Footage Film|s}} series, [[Film/{{REC}} REC 3]] goes through a GenreShift to more traditional horror... and the way it does this is by filming its first act in the regular Found Footage style and then one of the characters ending up pissed at the cameraman because he is eager to continue recording everything instead of helping (the cameraman even justifies himself by repeating a line that the characters on the other films use to ''encourage'' their cameramen into continuing his recording), so he wrestles the camera away from the cameraman and slams it into the ground.

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* After two movies of being a {{Found Footage Film|s}} series, [[Film/{{REC}} ''[[Film/{{REC}} REC 3]] 3]]'' goes through a GenreShift to more traditional horror... and the way it does this is by filming its first act in the regular Found Footage style and then one of the characters ending up pissed at the cameraman because he is eager to continue recording everything instead of helping (the cameraman even justifies himself by repeating a line that the characters on the other films use to ''encourage'' their cameramen into continuing his recording), so he wrestles the camera away from the cameraman and slams it into the ground.



* ''Series/StargateSG1'': WhosOnFirst jokes regarding the Goa'uld Lord Yu were abandoned in the eighth season, as even the characters in-universe were getting tired of them. Weir, a newcomer to the series, hears his name and is immediately told that every single joke and pun has been done to death, so please don't. [[spoiler:Yu himself dies near the end of the season as well, putting the final nail in the proverbial coffin.]]

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* ''Series/StargateSG1'': WhosOnFirst FunWithHomophones jokes regarding the Goa'uld Lord Yu were abandoned in the eighth season, as even the characters in-universe were getting tired of them. Weir, a newcomer to the series, hears his name and is immediately told that every single joke and pun has been done to death, so please don't. [[spoiler:Yu himself dies near the end of the season as well, putting the final nail in the proverbial coffin.]]



* ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII'' had Yangus's catch phrase "Cor Blimey!" which happened as a funny background event any time Trode appeared from nowhere. By Tyran Gully, it had happened three times, and instead we got
--> "Cor Bli- Nah, fed up of that line".
** Given a callback as the very last line of the ending before the credits roll, though not by Yangus this time.

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* ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII'' had Yangus's catch phrase "Cor Blimey!" which happened happens as a funny background event any time Trode appeared appears from nowhere. By Tyran Gully, it had happened three times, and instead we got
--> "Cor Bli- Nah,
got:
-->'''Yangus:''' Cor Bli--Nah,
fed up of that line".
**
line.
::
Given a callback as the very last line of the ending before the credits roll, though not by Yangus this time.



* ''Series/{{Noob}}'' has a case of this trope meeting RealLifeWritesThePlot. One of the running gags was a situation in which a {{Player Kill|ing}}er was in a MistakenForBadass situation with TheFool of the cast. The actor playing one of the two could no longer participate so [[spoiler:the Player Killer's higher ups suddenly got frustrated with the situation that had been lasting for years and expelled him from his guild. That was followed by The Fool managing to beat him up in the middle of trying to give him a little consolation. That resulted in him quitting the game out of spite]].
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic has had various jokes that he used at the beginning of his run, only to cycle them out and exchange them for new ones. With one - his showing of a clip M. Bison saying "Of course!" when a character expresses a desire to rule the world - he refuses to show it because it's been overdone, only for the clip to force its way onto the screen despite his protests. In the commentary for the review, Doug Walker mentions that he tries to be mindful of if he's overusing a joke to the point where it isn't funny, at which point he tries to mix things up a little and keep it fresh.

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* ''Series/{{Noob}}'' has a case of this trope meeting RealLifeWritesThePlot. One of the running gags was a situation in which a {{Player Kill|ing}}er was in a MistakenForBadass situation with TheFool of the cast. The actor playing one of the two could no longer participate so [[spoiler:the Player Killer's higher ups higher-ups suddenly got frustrated with the situation that had has been lasting for years and expelled him from his guild. That was is followed by The Fool managing to beat him up in the middle of trying to give him a little consolation. That resulted results in him quitting the game out of spite]].
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic has had various jokes that he used at the beginning of his run, only to cycle them out and exchange them for new ones. ones.
**
With one - -- his showing of a clip M. Bison saying "Of course!" when a character expresses a desire to rule the world - -- he refuses to show it because it's been overdone, only for the clip to force its way onto the screen despite his protests. In the commentary for the review, Doug Walker mentions that he tries to be mindful of if he's overusing a joke to the point where it isn't funny, at which point he tries to mix things up a little and keep it fresh.



* Jeph Jacques of ''QuestionableContent'' frequently used Yelling Bird, a foul-mouthed avian, as filler material when he needed a break. In August of 2015, he officially retired Yelling Bird, after letting the bird verbally abuse the [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3016 readers one last time.]]
-->Jeph: I am tired of Yelling Bird comics so there will be NO MORE OF THEM, goodbye you shitty bird

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* Jeph Jacques of ''QuestionableContent'' ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' frequently used Yelling Bird, a foul-mouthed avian, as filler material when he needed a break. In August of 2015, he officially retired Yelling Bird, after letting the bird verbally abuse the [[http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3016 readers one last time.]]
-->Jeph: -->'''Jeph:''' I am tired of Yelling Bird comics so there will be NO MORE OF THEM, goodbye you shitty birdbird.



* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'':
** The "Kaio-what?" gag[[note]]In which Goku uses the Kaio-ken ([[CallingYourAttacks while saying its name]]), prompting his foe to ask "Kaio-what?" before getting punched in the face[[/note]] ended with Freeza {{No Sell}}ing it (though it did return in the Goku vs. Superman episode of ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'').
--> '''Freeza:''' No, seriously, Kaio-''what?''
--> '''Goku:''' [[OhCrap Kaio-]]''[[OhCrap crap!]]''
** It comes back for one last hurrah in ''The World's Strongest Abridged''.
** In an odd way, the running gag of a {{freeze frame|Bonus}} {{Squick}}y FanDisservice picture appearing whenever someone uses [[BlindedByTheLight Solar Flare]] ended[[note]]At least possibly - barring {{filler}}, the move never shows up again in [[Anime/DragonBallZ the original series]][[/note]] by undergoing a mini-CerebusSyndrome, as when Cell shows up they go from being humorously squicky (such as Freeza's head photoshopped onto a guy showering, or Creator/{{Lanipator}} dressed as [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Dr. Frank-N-Furter]]) to two real cicadas mating, until finally a (mercifully cropped) picture of [[spoiler:Semi-Perfect Cell raping Android 18]] appears in the episode where he [[spoiler:absorbs her and becomes perfect]].
* ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'':
** In Bandit Keith's final appearance in the main series, his EagleLand characterization was officially dropped when [[spoiler:it was revealed that he was [[FakeAmerican only pretending to be American]] and he was actually from Canada]]. In the episode that wrote out Bonz, he reveals that he actually can talk normally and his constantly saying "Braiiins..." was just an act. Both characters' subsequent appearances in all future side videos have dropped these gags. It's lampshaded in one anniversary special where Bakura and Marik try to do a drinking game off some of the gags from the series, they end disappointed when both Bandit Keith and Bonz explain that they don't do those anymore.
** One of the earliest running gags in the series was [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Weevil and Rex]] being obvious [[{{Expy}} expies]] of WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead. This officially ended after Episode 73 when [[spoiler:the Seal of Orichalcos allowed them to {{Retcon}} this behavior away and act more like their canon counterparts.]]



* For four and a half seasons of ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'', Quinn refused to admit that Daria was her sister, insisting that she was her "cousin" instead. She was especially nervous that her friends in the [[GirlPosse Fashion Club]] not find out her real relationship with Daria. But thanks to CharacterDevelopment, by the fifth season Quinn's relationship with Daria had improved and she started sticking up for herself more in the Fashion Club. This led to the following exchange in the episode "Lucky Strike":
-->'''Quinn''': Besides, why *shouldn't* I act sisterly towards her? After all... she's my sister.
-->'''Sandi''': [fake gasps] Did you hear that? Oh, my gosh! Quinn just admitted that weird girl is her sister!
-->'''Stacey''': Well, um, of *course* she is, Sandi! We knew that.
-->'''Tiffany''': We were just being polite about it.
* An early episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' attempted to give Spike "Holy guacamole!" as a CatchPhrase. It didn't take.

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* For four and a half seasons of ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'', Quinn refused refuses to admit that Daria was is her sister, insisting that she was is her "cousin" instead. She was is especially nervous that her friends in the [[GirlPosse Fashion Club]] not find out her real relationship with Daria. But thanks to CharacterDevelopment, by the fifth season Quinn's relationship with Daria had has improved and she started starts sticking up for herself more in the Fashion Club. This led to the following exchange in the episode "Lucky Strike":
-->'''Quinn''': -->'''Quinn:''' Besides, why *shouldn't* ''shouldn't'' I act sisterly towards her? After all... she's my sister. \n-->'''Sandi''': [fake gasps] \\
'''Sandi:''' ''[fake gasps]''
Did you hear that? Oh, my gosh! Quinn just admitted that weird girl is her sister!
-->'''Stacey''':
sister!\\
'''Stacey:'''
Well, um, of *course* she is, Sandi! We knew that.
-->'''Tiffany''':
that.\\
'''Tiffany:'''
We were just being polite about it.
* An early episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' attempted to give Spike "Holy guacamole!" as a CatchPhrase. It didn't take.
it.
17th Feb '17 6:30:33 PM MisterCPC
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*** It has occasionally been brought up again in a few episodes like "Brian the Closer" and "Quagmire's Mom," although now it seems that Quagmire's hatred of Brian isn't one-sided anymore, with Brian directly antagonizing Quagmire in return in both episodes.
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