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28th Jun '17 10:58:34 PM NegiSpongie
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** In "My Big Fat Geek Wedding", Edna has a wild bachelorette party at the Simpson house, consisting of Marge and many other Springfield wives with Duffman as a hired stripper. Skinner's bachelor party is less than wild as it only consist of him, Homer, Lenny, and Carl sitting at Moe's.
4th May '17 6:40:45 AM VicGeorge2011
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* Luke Skywalker's in ''ComicBook:StarWarsUnion'' erupts into a BarBrawl when some disgruntled moffs try to crash it. It's also kinda expected when Han Solo and another friend set it up at a seedy bar. It's G-rated, also.

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* Luke Skywalker's in ''ComicBook:StarWarsUnion'' ''ComicBook/StarWarsUnion'' erupts into a BarBrawl when some disgruntled moffs try to crash it. It's also kinda expected when Han Solo and another friend set it up at a seedy bar. It's G-rated, also.
27th Dec '16 5:12:58 PM kquinn0830
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* ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' gives us "Two Parties" which show Leslie's and Ben's before their wedding. Ann throws Leslie a typical bachelorette party with alcohol, lewd games, and a stripper dressed like Abraham Lincoln. It gets derailed when Leslie finds out Councilman Jamm has allowed a burger franchise to develop land she wants designated for a park and tries to stop construction by planting fake Native American artifacts in the ground while it's raining. Meanwhile, Chris throws Ben a more low-key bachelor party which consists of the guys playing board games and drinking beer. Once they're done, Tom suggests going to a trendy bar specializing in "molecular mixology" (they serve cotton candy that's beer, lotion that's scotch, etc.) It eventually transpires that none of the guys got to have a bachelor party before they got married so Chris decides to give them all one that night. Jerry gets a trip to his favorite ice cream parlor, Andy gets to practice with the Indianapolis Colts, and Ron gets to have an expensive steak dinner where they all meet Newt Gingrich. They thank Chris for the great night by giving him a "Best Best Man" trophy.
19th Jun '16 9:21:53 PM dmcreif
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* Inverted in the ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "Mr. Monk and the Big Wedding," where it was a bachelorette party. Basically, the party had the women hiring a male stripper (in cop uniform), where he asks the hostess if [[ForeShadowing she has been a bad girl]]. However, it had to be cut short because Monk arrived to take Natalie, as one of the people at the mud baths discovered a dead body in one of the stalls, also taking the stripper with him ([[StripperCopConfusion having mistook him for an actual cop]], with the latter being at least familiar enough with cop-terms to understand the seriousness of the situation.)

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* Inverted in the ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "Mr. Monk and the Big Goes to a Wedding," where it was a it's the bachelorette party. party for Natalie's brother's fiancée. Basically, the party had has the women hiring a male stripper (in cop uniform), where he asks the hostess if [[ForeShadowing she has been a bad girl]]. However, it had to be it's cut short because by Monk arrived having to take Natalie, as one of come to remove Natalie to handle a crime scene investigation elsewhere in the people at the mud baths discovered a dead body in one of the stalls, hotel. He also taking takes the stripper with him ([[StripperCopConfusion along, too, [[StripperCopConfusion having mistook him for an actual cop]], with the latter being at least familiar enough with cop-terms to understand the seriousness of the situation.)cop]].
19th May '16 12:48:25 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* On ''RockosModernLife'', Filburt's friends throw him a bachelor party at an ice cream parlor. There's a (fully-clothed) woman dancing on top of the "bar," and everyone ends up with [[DrunkOnMilk an ice cream hangover]].

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* On ''RockosModernLife'', ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'', Filburt's friends throw him a bachelor party at an ice cream parlor. There's a (fully-clothed) woman dancing on top of the "bar," and everyone ends up with [[DrunkOnMilk an ice cream hangover]].
3rd Apr '16 11:44:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* CollegeHumor has done [[http://www.collegehumor.com/post/6966244/bachelor-parties-in-movies-vs-real-life this]] about bachelor movies contrary to what movies say. Just a plain old affair. [[SincerityMode No, seriously]].

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* CollegeHumor Website/CollegeHumor has done [[http://www.collegehumor.com/post/6966244/bachelor-parties-in-movies-vs-real-life this]] about bachelor movies contrary to what movies say. Just a plain old affair. [[SincerityMode No, seriously]].
29th Feb '16 7:23:05 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Series/ChicagoFire'', Mouch is forced by Trudy to have her brother Larry be his best man over his best friend Herrmann, who then starts planning what appears to be the most boring bachelor party ever (at least, to a non-nerd). Everyone goes along with this to support Mouch, except for Herrmann, who constantly complains. In fact, Herrmann claims that this is probably Trudy's idea to keep the bachelor party from getting too crazy. When everyone arrives to the hotel room, it turns out that Larry has actually thrown a crazy party with bikini-clad girls, music, and drinks. Not only was Herrmann in on the whole thing, but it was Trudy's idea.
20th Feb '16 9:31:42 PM chicagomel
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* Luke Skywalker's in ''ComicBook:StarWarsUnion'' erupts into a BarBrawl when some disgruntled moffs try to crash it. It's also kinda expected when Han Solo and another friend set it up at a seedy bar. It's G-rated, also.

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* Luke Skywalker's in ''ComicBook:StarWarsUnion'' erupts into a BarBrawl when some disgruntled moffs try to crash it. It's also kinda expected when Han Solo and another friend set it up at a seedy bar. It's G-rated, also.
20th Feb '16 9:31:26 PM chicagomel
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* Luke Skywalker's in ''ComicBook:StarWarsUnion'' erupts into a BarBrawl when some disgruntled moffs try to crash it. It's also kinda expected when Han Solo and another friend set it up at a seedy bar. It's G-rated, also.

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* A G-rated version of this appears in the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "Empath's Wedding", where it starts off as the Smurfs' one last adventure with Gargamel in an [[{{Hologram}} Imaginarium]] fantasy setting, and then it turns into a beach dance party that most of Empath's fellow Smurfs (except for Tapper and Hefty) attend.

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* Luke Skywalker's in ''ComicBook:StarWarsUnion'' erupts into a BarBrawl when some disgruntled moffs try to crash it. It's also kinda expected when Han Solo and another friend set it up at a seedy bar. It's G-rated, also.

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* A G-rated version of this appears in the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "Empath's Wedding", where it starts off as the Smurfs' one last adventure with Gargamel in an [[{{Hologram}} Imaginarium]] fantasy setting, and then it turns into a beach dance party that most of Empath's fellow Smurfs (except for Tapper and Hefty) attend.
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* A G-rated version of this appears in the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "Empath's Wedding", where it starts off as the Smurfs' one last adventure with Gargamel in an [[{{Hologram}} Imaginarium]] fantasy setting, and then it turns into a beach dance party that most of Empath's fellow Smurfs (except for Tapper and Hefty) attend.
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20th Feb '16 9:31:08 PM chicagomel
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* Luke Skywalker's in ''ComicBook:StarWarsUnion'' erupts into a BarBrawl when some disgruntled moffs try to crash it. It's also kinda expected when Han Solo and another friend set it up at a seedy bar. It's G-rated, also.
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