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9th Dec '17 10:05:48 PM Khrunwahl02
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', Jon's annoying Uncle Ed moves in and stays for months because Jon is too nice to kick out a relative. Until Jon burst into agony outside since Uncle Ed plans to stay for a few more months or years even added with some ludicrous request. So Garfield comes up with several schemes to get rid of him which all fail. Finally he makes Jon to contact his wife, Edna who shows up to drag him home.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', Jon's annoying Uncle Ed moves in and stays for months because Jon is too nice stubborn to kick out a relative. Until Jon burst bursts into agony outside since when Uncle Ed states he plans to stay for a few more months or years even added with some ludicrous request.years. So Garfield comes up with several schemes to get rid of him which all fail. Finally he makes Jon to contact call his wife, Edna who shows up to drag him home.



* An episode of the ''WesternAnimation/MrBean'' animated series had Bean's childhood friend staying with him and taking advantage of his hospitality, leaving him almost broke. Bean finally gets rid of him by ditching him at the restaurant, leaving him to [[WorkOffTheDebt work off the hefty bill]].

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* An episode of the ''WesternAnimation/MrBean'' animated series had Bean's childhood friend Harry staying with him and taking advantage of his hospitality, leaving him almost broke. Bean finally gets rid of him by ditching him at the restaurant, leaving him to [[WorkOffTheDebt work off the hefty bill]].
6th Dec '17 10:04:47 PM Khrunwahl02
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* ''Series/{{Girls}}'': Almost immediately when the show's pilot starts, Hannah Horvath is informed by her parents that they're done paying for room and board to a 24-year old unemployed college graduate since they desire to use their own money for a lake house.
6th Dec '17 6:30:58 PM Khrunwahl02
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* Malloy in ''WesternAnimation/{{Brickleberry}}'' gets his room and board plus video games provided by Woody. In "Crippleberry", Woody cuts him off remarking that Malloy needs to get a job instead. And so, Malloy does. He becomes a lawyer and tries suing Woody for money.

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* Malloy in ''WesternAnimation/{{Brickleberry}}'' gets his room and board plus video games provided by Woody. In "Crippleberry", Woody cuts him off remarking that Malloy needs to get stop blowing off his money and make his own by getting a job instead.job. And so, Malloy does. He becomes a lawyer and tries suing sues Woody for money.
6th Dec '17 6:30:04 PM Khrunwahl02
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' Season 2 episode "Rambling Ed", the Eds take up residence at Rolf's shed (before earning his permission) then they endlessly exploit Rolf by eating him out of house and home, sleeping in his bed and making him wash the dishes they made dirty.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' Season 2 episode "Rambling Ed", the Eds take up residence at Rolf's shed (before earning his permission) then before they endlessly exploit Rolf by eating him out of house and home, sleeping in his bed and making him wash the dishes they made dirty.dirty.
* Malloy in ''WesternAnimation/{{Brickleberry}}'' gets his room and board plus video games provided by Woody. In "Crippleberry", Woody cuts him off remarking that Malloy needs to get a job instead. And so, Malloy does. He becomes a lawyer and tries suing Woody for money.
6th Dec '17 6:25:29 PM Khrunwahl02
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* ''Series/Girls'': Almost immediately when the show's pilot starts, Hannah Horvath is informed by her parents that they're done paying for room and board to a 24-year old unemployed college graduate since they desire to use their own money for a lake house.

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* ''Series/Girls'': ''Series/{{Girls}}'': Almost immediately when the show's pilot starts, Hannah Horvath is informed by her parents that they're done paying for room and board to a 24-year old unemployed college graduate since they desire to use their own money for a lake house.
6th Dec '17 6:25:12 PM Khrunwahl02
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* ''Series/Girls'': Almost immediately when the show's pilot starts, Hannah Horvath is informed by her parents that they're done paying for room and board to a 24-year old unemployed college graduate since they desire to use their own money for a lake house.



* In ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', the Eds take up residence at Rolf's shed (before earning his permission) then they endlessly exploit Rolf by eating him out of house and home, sleeping in his bed and making him wash the dishes they made dirty.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', the ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'' Season 2 episode "Rambling Ed", the Eds take up residence at Rolf's shed (before earning his permission) then they endlessly exploit Rolf by eating him out of house and home, sleeping in his bed and making him wash the dishes they made dirty.
6th Dec '17 6:17:23 PM Khrunwahl02
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* In ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', the Eds take up residence at Rolf's shed (before earning his permission) then they endlessly exploit Rolf by eating him out of house and home, sleeping in his bed and making him wash the dishes they made dirty.



* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' takes this to absurd levels with Squidward as the unwanted guest. He takes advantage of Spongebob's natural friendliness, naïveté, and eagerness to help. This eventually proves too much for SpongeBob, and, soon begins aggressively giving Squidward ''blindingly obvious'' hints to get a job, but Squidward still doesn't notice (or more likely, deliberately ignores) them. It showed that even ''[[BewareTheNiceOnes SpongeBob has his limits]]'' as proven when he strangles Mr. Krabs screaming how ridiculous and stupid the entire situation was when the giant dime Mr. Krabs accused Squidward of stealing, falls out of his pants, and Squidward is rehired.

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* One In "Can You Spare A Dime?", an episode from Season 3 of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' takes this to absurd levels with Squidward as the unwanted guest. He takes advantage of Spongebob's natural friendliness, naïveté, and eagerness to help. This eventually proves too much for SpongeBob, and, soon begins aggressively giving Squidward ''blindingly obvious'' hints to get a job, but Squidward still doesn't notice (or more likely, deliberately ignores) them. It showed that even ''[[BewareTheNiceOnes SpongeBob has his limits]]'' as proven when he strangles Mr. Krabs screaming how ridiculous and stupid the entire situation was when the giant dime Mr. Krabs accused Squidward of stealing, falls out of his pants, and Squidward is rehired.
23rd Nov '17 11:57:10 PM DrOO7
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* Newlywed Amish couples stay at the home of the bride's parents until their own home can be built (most Amish couples wed in the late fall and home-raisings aren't until the spring).

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* Newlywed Amish couples stay at the home of the bride's parents until their own home can be built (most Amish couples wed in the late fall and home-raisings aren't until the spring). Unlike most examples of this trope, this is necessary and these people are welcome.
23rd Nov '17 11:55:04 PM DrOO7
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* Newlywed Amish couples stay at the home of the bride's parents until their own home can be built (most Amish couples wed in the late fall and home-raisings aren't until the spring).
21st Nov '17 6:21:57 PM nombretomado
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* Julian Assange, founder of {{Wikileaks}}, once stayed at a friend's house for weeks, commandeering their couch, eating their food, and ruining their laptops, among other things. The whole story was told to former TheColbertReport head writer Allison Silverman, who made a dramatized video about it.

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* Julian Assange, founder of {{Wikileaks}}, once stayed at a friend's house for weeks, commandeering their couch, eating their food, and ruining their laptops, among other things. The whole story was told to former TheColbertReport ''Series/TheColbertReport'' head writer Allison Silverman, who made a dramatized video about it.
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