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11th Sep '16 3:10:57 AM TheUsualSuspect
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-->'''Henry:''' Don't a word.\\

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-->'''Henry:''' Don't say a word.\\



'''Shawn:''' Oh, I see how it works. Two weeks ago, we're playing Scrabble it's not a word, now suddenly it is a word, because it's convenient for you\\

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'''Shawn:''' Oh, I see how it works. Two weeks ago, we're playing Scrabble it's not a word, now suddenly it is a word, because it's convenient for you\\you
11th Sep '16 3:09:42 AM TheUsualSuspect
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-->'''Henry:''' Not a word.\\

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-->'''Henry:''' Not Don't a word.\\



'''Henry:''' I said not a word!\\
'''Shawn:''' Oh, I see, last week when we were playing Scrabble it was not a word, but this week, when it's convenient for you, it is a word.

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'''Henry:''' Shawn, I said not a word!\\
no words\\
'''Shawn:''' Oh, I see, last week when we were see how it works. Two weeks ago, we're playing Scrabble it was it's not a word, but this week, when now suddenly it is a word, because it's convenient for you, it is a word.you\\
26th Aug '16 6:31:26 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''Series/{{Webster}}'', George plays BOYRDEE. (Ironically, he does this after challenging Katherine's word, with turns out to be a real word.) Both Webster and Gramps suggest that Katherine challenge this one too, but the scene ends a minute later.
6th Jul '16 6:02:53 PM MisterVercetti
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** Also inverted when Dilbert tries to play "it". Dogbert challenges, and ''wins'' because the dictionary in which they look "it" up was published by [[IncompetenceInc Dilbert's company and actually does not contain the word.

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** Also inverted when Dilbert tries to play "it". Dogbert challenges, and ''wins'' because the dictionary in which they look "it" up was published by [[IncompetenceInc Dilbert's company company]] and actually does not contain the word.
6th Jul '16 6:01:49 PM MisterVercetti
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** Also inverted when Dilbert tries to play "it". Dogbert challenges, and ''wins'' because the dictionary in which they look "it" up was published by Dilbert's company and actually does not contain the word.

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** Also inverted when Dilbert tries to play "it". Dogbert challenges, and ''wins'' because the dictionary in which they look "it" up was published by [[IncompetenceInc Dilbert's company and actually does not contain the word.
30th Jun '16 3:48:34 PM themisterfree
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* Ironically, it's been averted by both game show based of ''Scrabble'': [[Series/{{Scrabble}} the one with Chuck Wooler]] and ''Series/Scrabble Showdown''.

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* Ironically, it's been averted by both game show shows based of off ''Scrabble'': [[Series/{{Scrabble}} the one with Chuck Wooler]] Woolery]] and ''Series/Scrabble Showdown''.''Series/ScrabbleShowdown''.
30th Jun '16 3:46:56 PM themisterfree
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* Ironically, it's been averted by both game show based of ''Scrabble'': [[Series/{{Scrabble}} the one with Chuck Wooler]] and ''Series/Scrabble Showdown''.
28th Jun '16 7:38:53 AM Andyroid
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* In one ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' strip (September 8, 1989), Dogbert plays the word 'neans', not for the points, but simply to get rid of some N's. Dilbert responds with "[[{{Pun}] The N's don't justify the 'neans'.]]" and Dogbert responds "[[OverlyPrepreparedGag I just wanted to hear you say that.]]"

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* In one ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' strip (September 8, 1989), Dogbert plays the word 'neans', not for the points, but simply to get rid of some N's. Dilbert responds with "[[{{Pun}] "[[{{Pun}} The N's don't justify the 'neans'.]]" 'neans',]]" and Dogbert responds "[[OverlyPrepreparedGag I just wanted to hear you say that.]]"
28th Jun '16 7:38:35 AM Andyroid
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* In one ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' strip (September 8, 1989), Dogbert plays the word 'neans', not for the points, but simply to get rid of some N's. Dilbert responds with "[[IncrediblyLamePun The N's don't justify the 'neans'.]]"

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* In one ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' strip (September 8, 1989), Dogbert plays the word 'neans', not for the points, but simply to get rid of some N's. Dilbert responds with "[[IncrediblyLamePun "[[{{Pun}] The N's don't justify the 'neans'.]]" and Dogbert responds "[[OverlyPrepreparedGag I just wanted to hear you say that.]]"
21st Jun '16 10:03:18 AM thatother1dude
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* WesternAnimation/BugsBunny in "Napoleon Bunny-part," as he's playing with Napoleon's battle models:
-->'''Bugs:''' Hey, Nappy! This has Scrabble beat a mile! You oughta patent it!
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