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20th May '16 4:10:35 AM erforce
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* Played with brilliant subtlety in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' when Peter Venkman introduces his team at the library:

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* Played with brilliant subtlety in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' when Peter Venkman introduces his team at the library:
29th Apr '16 6:50:12 PM Eddy1215
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-->'''Cera''': [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome "Don't hang around with longnecks, beakfaces and spiketails!"]]

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-->'''Cera''': [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome [[SkewedPriorities "Don't hang around with with]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny longnecks, beakfaces and spiketails!"]]
29th Apr '16 6:44:01 PM Eddy1215
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* In ''[[Franchise/TheLandBeforeTime The Land Before Time The Great Valley Adventure]]'', after the kids nearly sink in quicksand and are saved by their angry parents, Cera asks if they all got the same lecture as her:

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* In ''[[Franchise/TheLandBeforeTime The Land Before Time The Great Valley Adventure]]'', after the kids nearly [[ sink in quicksand quicksand]] and are saved by their angry parents, Cera asks if they all got the same lecture as her:



-->'''Cera''': "Don't hang around with longnecks, beakfaces and spiketails!"

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-->'''Cera''': [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome "Don't hang around with longnecks, beakfaces and spiketails!"spiketails!"]]



14th Apr '16 7:30:37 PM Vir
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* In Anime/StrikeWitches, every witch [[LittleBitBeastly adopts the features of their familiar]] when they use their magic, except the Hartmann sisters; Erica and Ursula, [[MulticoloredHair whose tips of their hair turn black]].

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* In Anime/StrikeWitches, ''Anime/StrikeWitches'', every witch [[LittleBitBeastly adopts the features of their familiar]] when they use their magic, except the Hartmann sisters; Erica and Ursula, [[MulticoloredHair whose tips of their hair turn black]].
14th Apr '16 3:11:05 PM Vir
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* In one Advertising/{{Progressive}} commercial Flo is the band manager for The Dizzcounts, whose members are Safe Driver, Paperless, Paid in Full, Multi-Car, and [[Music/{{NSYNC}} Joey Fatone]].
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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}} and ComicBook/{{Robin}}'' #10 (Jun 2012) has a subplot where a villain assembles a bunch of {{Mook}}s who have been permanently given [[CrossesTheLineTwice Hideously]] AmusingInjuries in their encounters with Batman: a guy with a footprint across his face from a kick, another guy who has permanent ligature marks from being [[UnwillingSuspension strung up in the air]] a long time, a girl who got a Batarang stuck in her ear (and enhanced it with other piercings), the guy who tried to [[BoomerangComeback throw a Batarang back]] at Batman and got it stuck in his ''head''... oh, and the three guys who were knocked into a vat of toxic waste and fused into some kind of [[{{Squick}} gawdawful]] [[BodyHorror monstrosity]]. Wait, what?

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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}} and ComicBook/{{Robin}}'' #10 (Jun 2012) has a subplot where a villain assembles a bunch of {{Mook}}s {{Mooks}} who have been permanently given [[CrossesTheLineTwice Hideously]] AmusingInjuries in their encounters with Batman: a guy with a footprint across his face from a kick, another guy who has permanent ligature marks from being [[UnwillingSuspension strung up in the air]] a long time, a girl who got a Batarang stuck in her ear (and enhanced it with other piercings), the guy who tried to [[BoomerangComeback throw a Batarang back]] at Batman and got it stuck in his ''head''... oh, and the three guys who were knocked into a vat of toxic waste and fused into some kind of [[{{Squick}} gawdawful]] [[BodyHorror monstrosity]]. Wait, what?
12th Apr '16 2:38:45 PM Vir
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BrandyAndMrWhiskers'' episode "Lack of Brains vs. Brawns", Whiskers states that he and Brandy go together like peanut butter and jelly, bacon and eggs, and donkeys and trombones.
9th Apr '16 7:38:15 PM BlueGuy
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* The Truth multiball in ''Pinball/TheXFiles'' has the player unscramble four messages in order: [[ArcWords “Deny everything,” “the truth is out there,” “trust no one”]], and "Super Jackpot".
7th Apr '16 6:35:41 PM jormis29
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* ''Urban Legend in Limbo'', a FightingGame spin-off of the ''VideoGame/Touhou'' series, has a plot that revolves around [[MacGuffin Power Stones]] that were collected from the Seven Wonders of the World, which in this setting are different from real life and are areas in the Outside World with the strongest supernatural presence. However, Reimu figures out in the last route that the BigBad shouldn't have been able to get one of the orbs on her own, [[spoiler: namely, the Lunar Capital's orb, meaning that someone is pulling the strings behind the incident in order to open a direct path between Gensokyo and the Lunar Capital.]]
* One of the puzzles in ''Safecracker (1996)'' involves a key-weighing machine, in which the objective is to find one out of eight keys that's heavier than the others.

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* ''Urban Legend in Limbo'', a FightingGame spin-off of the ''VideoGame/Touhou'' ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' series, has a plot that revolves around [[MacGuffin Power Stones]] that were collected from the Seven Wonders of the World, which in this setting are different from real life and are areas in the Outside World with the strongest supernatural presence. However, Reimu figures out in the last route that the BigBad shouldn't have been able to get one of the orbs on her own, [[spoiler: namely, the Lunar Capital's orb, meaning that someone is pulling the strings behind the incident in order to open a direct path between Gensokyo and the Lunar Capital.]]
* One of the puzzles in ''Safecracker (1996)'' involves a key-weighing machine, in which the objective is to find one out of eight keys that's heavier than the others.
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7th Apr '16 10:10:23 AM Sark0TAG
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* One of the puzzles in ''Safecracker (1996)'' involves a key-weighing machine, in which the objective is to find one out of eight keys that's heavier than the others.
6th Apr '16 10:57:34 PM BigHero6
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/PickleAndPeanut'' episode "Busted Arm", Peanut's fake cast dissolves in a water slide, which results in a clogged pipage. While getting on the second slide, the water buildup sends him flying into a snack shack, a sign, and an acid tank. End result: [[spoiler: He is [[{{Squick}} left as a head with veins sticking out at the bottom of his neck]].

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/PickleAndPeanut'' episode "Busted Arm", Peanut's fake cast dissolves in a water slide, which results in a clogged pipage. While getting on the second slide, the water buildup sends him flying into a snack shack, a sign, and an acid tank. End result: [[spoiler: He is [[{{Squick}} left as a head with veins sticking out at the bottom of his neck]].]]
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