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18th Nov '17 9:28:24 PM Az0riusG4m3r
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** Contains the current page image, in fact.
14th Nov '17 12:28:44 PM StarTropes
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* ''Series/WorldsDumbest'' features almost every variation possible, from numerous drunks who fail their ABC's in unusual ways, to the guy who claims that the placenta in his knee is torn ("Your knee's about to have a baby.") to the guy who says that he's "not that [BLEEP]ed up" right before he keels over...the list goes on and on.
8th Nov '17 12:08:42 PM Jeduthun
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Almost always leads to HypocriticalHumor, ImplausibleDeniability or BlatantLies. Needless to say, often times it is TruthInTelevision.

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Almost always leads to HypocriticalHumor, ImplausibleDeniability or BlatantLies. Needless to say, often times it is TruthInTelevision.
TruthInTelevision. (As such, it can evoke reactions of "DudeNotFunny", as [[DrunkDriver Drunk Driving]] is a pretty serious problem in real life.)
22nd Nov '16 12:54:41 PM dmcreif
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* In ''Creator/NorthByNorthwest'', Cary Grant's character is force-fed a quart of bourbon and put behind the wheel of a car on a cliffside road to kill himself. He manages to escape his foes, but gets caught by the police. At the station, he absolutely admits that he's drunk, but can't get them to believe the circumstances.

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* In ''Creator/NorthByNorthwest'', Cary Grant's character Roger Thornhill is force-fed a quart of bourbon and put behind the wheel of a car on a cliffside road to kill himself. He manages to escape his foes, but gets caught by the police. At the station, he Roger absolutely admits that he's drunk, but can't get them to believe the circumstances.circumstances under which he got drunk.
6th Sep '16 12:45:25 PM gravious
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* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' episode "Buy Beer". The boys watch a television commercial for a non-alcoholic beer, which states you don't have to be 21 to buy it (because you can't get drunk on it, which the commercial also repeatedly says). After procuring it they are completely convinced they are getting drunk on it (and are acting drunk) until a passing police officer tries (unsuccessfully) to get them to do some sobriety tests. Then he notices the beer is non-alcoholic, at which point he concludes “You’re not drunk. You’re just stupid!”
17th Jun '16 5:01:08 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[That70sShow That '70s Show]]''

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* ''[[That70sShow That '70s Show]]''''Series/That70sShow''
30th Apr '16 1:16:12 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* This trope is why you should ''never'' interact with police officers if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, if you can possibly help it. You will do ''nothing'' to help your defense or others' defense. If you have to interact with police in such a state, refuse to speak as much as is possible and do not agree to anything, but politely ask to be let go (if you were stopped on the street walking, or were in a car with an intoxicated driver, or otherwise in a situation where you aren't the primary reason for their presence) and if they refuse to allow you to leave/you were being detained or arrested to begin with, '''demand a lawyer and SHUT UP.'''

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* This trope is why you should ''never'' interact with police officers if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, if you can possibly help it. You will do ''nothing'' to help your defense or others' defense. If you have to interact with police in such a state, refuse to speak as much as is possible and do not agree to anything, but politely ask to be let go (if you were stopped on the street walking, or were in a car with an intoxicated driver, or otherwise in a situation where you aren't the primary reason for their presence) and if presence). If they refuse to allow you to leave/you leave, or if you were being detained or arrested to begin with, '''demand a lawyer and SHUT UP.'''
11th Feb '16 7:36:55 PM charlessage
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* ''Series/Terriers'': Ex-Cop and recovering alcoholic Hank's old drinking buddies call him "Occifer" even when they're sober.

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* ''Series/Terriers'': ''Series/{{Terriers}}'': Ex-Cop and recovering alcoholic Hank's old drinking buddies call him "Occifer" even when they're sober.
11th Feb '16 7:36:25 PM charlessage
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* ''Series/Terriers'': Ex-Cop and recovering alcoholic Hank's old drinking buddies call him "Occifer" even when they're sober.
-->'''Brit''': 'Occifer?'
-->'''Hank''': It's what drunks call cops so if they're pulled over, they can't tell if they're slurring their words.
-->'''Brit''': [[StupidestThingIveEverHeard That's really stupid, bro.]]
5th Feb '16 9:14:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''TheManWithTwoBrains'', [[Creator/SteveMartin Dr. Hfuhruhurr]] is stopped by a traffic cop while attending a conference in Austria; when asked if he has been drinking, he replies "No, I dron't dink... don't drink".

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* In ''TheManWithTwoBrains'', ''Film/TheManWithTwoBrains'', [[Creator/SteveMartin Dr. Hfuhruhurr]] is stopped by a traffic cop while attending a conference in Austria; when asked if he has been drinking, he replies "No, I dron't dink... don't drink".
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