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30th Apr '16 8:10:28 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' TB movie ''Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby'' has a scene where Fred gets annoyed by a crying baby on the plane to Hollyrock, then having to take care of it when its mother goes to refill its bottle.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' TB TV movie ''Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby'' has a scene where Fred gets annoyed by a crying baby on the plane to Hollyrock, then having to take care of it when its mother goes to refill its bottle.
30th Apr '16 8:10:17 PM Kartoonkid95
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** In one episode, Peter, Joe, Cleveland and Quagmire are sapped, and flown to a mysterious island on a private cargo plane. Despite the fact that they're flying to the secret headquarters of a shadowy organization, on a private plane, there is an indignant mother with a crying baby accompanying them, to which Peter replies, "Really?"

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** In one episode, Peter, Joe, Cleveland and Quagmire are sapped, and flown to a mysterious island on a private cargo plane. Despite the fact that they're flying to the secret headquarters of a shadowy organization, on a private plane, there is an indignant mother with a crying baby accompanying them, to which Peter replies, "Really?""Really?!"



** The third: While watching a school production of ''[[Theatre/JosephAndTheAmazingTechnicolorDreamcoat God and His Magical]] [[Theatre/{{Godspell}} Rainbow Suspenders]]'', God starts explaining his rainbow suspenders "through [[FelonyMisdemeanor intrepretive dance]]!" To escape, Brian punches Stewie, who starts crying. "Oop, crying baby, I'll take him out."
** In the episode, "Big Man on Hippocampus", Stewie complains about having to move to a small, run-down apartment, saying he belongs there no more than a baby belongs on a plane. The Main/CutawayGag that follows is a father on an airplane calming his crying baby, which seems to work, until the flight attendant announces that their in-flight movie is ''Film/{{Hancock}}'', [[Main/TakeThat which causes both the father and the baby to cry]].

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** The third: While watching a school production of ''[[Theatre/JosephAndTheAmazingTechnicolorDreamcoat God and His Magical]] [[Theatre/{{Godspell}} Rainbow Suspenders]]'', God starts explaining his rainbow suspenders "through [[FelonyMisdemeanor intrepretive interpretive dance]]!" To escape, Brian punches Stewie, who starts crying. "Oop, crying baby, I'll take him out."
** In the episode, "Big Man on Hippocampus", Stewie complains about having to move to a small, run-down apartment, saying he belongs there no more than a baby belongs on a plane. The Main/CutawayGag CutawayGag that follows is a father on an airplane calming his crying baby, which seems to work, until the flight attendant announces that their in-flight movie is ''Film/{{Hancock}}'', [[Main/TakeThat which causes both the father and the baby to cry]].



--->'''Francine:''' *turns around, speaking like a [[SassyBlackWoman sassy black woman]]* Oh no! You do NOT tell me how to raise my child!

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--->'''Francine:''' *turns (turns around, speaking like a [[SassyBlackWoman sassy black woman]]* woman]])'' Oh no! You do NOT tell me how to raise my child!




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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' TB movie ''Hollyrock-a-Bye Baby'' has a scene where Fred gets annoyed by a crying baby on the plane to Hollyrock, then having to take care of it when its mother goes to refill its bottle.
30th Apr '16 8:10:17 PM Kartoonkid95
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29th Apr '16 12:51:41 PM Kid
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** In "Screwed the Pooch", A cutaway gag references a police-documented incident in December 1996 where Brian slowly lost his temper after listening to a baby crying at a South Attleborough Denny's and ultimately snapped. Overwhelmingly livid, he started mocking the baby's crying and screamed at it to shut up.

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** In "Screwed the Pooch", A a cutaway gag references a police-documented incident in December 1996 where Brian slowly lost his temper after listening to a baby crying at a South Attleborough Denny's and ultimately snapped. Overwhelmingly livid, he started mocking the baby's crying and screamed at it to shut up.
29th Apr '16 12:51:07 PM Kid
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** In the episode, "Big Man on Hippocampus", Stewie complains about having to move to a small, run-down apartment, saying he belongs there no more than a baby belongs on a plane. The Main/CutawayGag that follows is a father on an airplane calming his crying baby, which seems to work, until the flight attendant announces that their in-flight movie is ''Film/{{Hancock}}'', [[Main/TakeThat which causes both the Father and the baby to cry]].

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** In the episode, "Big Man on Hippocampus", Stewie complains about having to move to a small, run-down apartment, saying he belongs there no more than a baby belongs on a plane. The Main/CutawayGag that follows is a father on an airplane calming his crying baby, which seems to work, until the flight attendant announces that their in-flight movie is ''Film/{{Hancock}}'', [[Main/TakeThat which causes both the Father father and the baby to cry]].
29th Apr '16 12:47:09 PM Kid
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* PlayedForDrama in the last episode of ''Series/{{Mash}}'', when Hawkeye had a HeroicBSOD as a result of this trope: [[spoiler:He was trapped on a bus full of refugees who are trying to hide from North Koreans when a baby starts to cry, and the mother chooses to smother her own child rather than risk exposing them to danger. The real kicker is that Hawkeye was the deciding factor in the murder, by telling her, "Will you shut that damn thing up?" It traumatized him so badly he accused an anesthesiologist of trying to smother a patient, altered his memories of the event until they were unrecognizable, then drove a jeep through a wall in the officers' club and ordered a double bourbon, which he never drank, finally causing him to be sent to a mental hospital.]]

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* PlayedForDrama in the last episode of ''Series/{{Mash}}'', ''Series/{{MASH}}'', when Hawkeye had a HeroicBSOD as a result of this trope: [[spoiler:He was trapped on a bus full of refugees who are trying to hide from North Koreans when a baby starts to cry, and the mother chooses to smother her own child rather than risk exposing them to danger. The real kicker is that Hawkeye was the deciding factor in the murder, by telling her, "Will you shut that damn thing up?" It traumatized him so badly he accused an anesthesiologist of trying to smother a patient, altered his memories of the event until they were unrecognizable, then drove a jeep through a wall in the officers' club and ordered a double bourbon, which he never drank, finally causing him to be sent to a mental hospital.]]



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15th Feb '16 5:38:58 AM BulletproofLlama
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* A similar situation happens in an episode of "WesternAnimation/AmericanDad", where Stan, Francine, Hayley and Roger, who is disguised as a little girl, are stuck on a grounded plane. Because of his disguise, Roger can't order any alcohol and becomes very upset, wailing his head off and annoying the other passengers.

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* A similar situation happens in an episode of "WesternAnimation/AmericanDad", WesternAnimation/AmericanDad, where Stan, Francine, Hayley and Roger, who is disguised as a little girl, are stuck on a grounded plane. Because of his disguise, Roger can't order any alcohol and becomes very upset, wailing his head off and annoying the other passengers.
15th Feb '16 5:38:26 AM BulletproofLlama
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* A similar situation happens in an episode of "WesternAnimation/American Dad", where Stan, Francine, Hayley and Roger, who is disguised as a little girl, are stuck on a grounded plane. Because of his disguise, Roger can't order any alcohol and becomes very upset, wailing his head off and annoying the other passengers.

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* A similar situation happens in an episode of "WesternAnimation/American Dad", "WesternAnimation/AmericanDad", where Stan, Francine, Hayley and Roger, who is disguised as a little girl, are stuck on a grounded plane. Because of his disguise, Roger can't order any alcohol and becomes very upset, wailing his head off and annoying the other passengers.
15th Feb '16 5:37:22 AM BulletproofLlama
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--->'''Francine:''' *turns around, speaking like a [[SassyBlackWoman]]* Oh no! You do NOT tell me how to raise my child!

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--->'''Francine:''' *turns around, speaking like a [[SassyBlackWoman]]* [[SassyBlackWoman sassy black woman]]* Oh no! You do NOT tell me how to raise my child!
15th Feb '16 5:36:47 AM BulletproofLlama
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* A similar situation happens in an episode of "WesternAnimation/American Dad", where Stan, Francine, Hayley and Roger, who is disguised as a little girl, are stuck on a grounded plane. Because of his disguise, Roger can't order any alcohol and becomes very upset, wailing his head off and annoying the other passengers.
--->'''Angry Passenger:''' Hey, can you shut that kid up?!
--->'''Francine:''' *turns around, speaking like a [[SassyBlackWoman]]* Oh no! You do NOT tell me how to raise my child!
--->'''Hayley:''' You do NOT tell this woman how to raise her child!
--->'''Roger:''' Yeah! You don't tell her how to raise me!
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