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8th Dec '17 2:22:27 PM SurroundedByPerverts
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** Apparently Howard and Raj once got drunk at [=ComicCon=] and ended up in an intimate threesome with a three hundred pound WonderWoman cosplayer.

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** Apparently Howard and Raj once got drunk at [=ComicCon=] and ended up in an intimate threesome with a three hundred pound WonderWoman cosplayer. Anime/SailorMoon cosplayer.
24th Nov '17 11:40:02 AM Eddy1215
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* ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'': Timothy and Dumbo drink from a barrel of rain water, unaware that a bottle of champagne was thrown inside. Then when they are woken up by the crows...

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* ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'': Timothy and Dumbo drink from a barrel of rain water, unaware that a bottle of champagne was thrown had fallen inside. Then when After the infamous PinkElephants DisneyAcidSequence, they are woken up by the crows...
24th Nov '17 11:19:57 AM KoopaKid17
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* ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'': Timothy and Dumbo drink from a barrel of rain water, unaware that a bottle of champagne was thrown inside. Then when they are woken up by the crows...
-->'''Timothy:''' Wake up, Dumbo! Don't look now, but I think we're up in a tree!
22nd Nov '17 7:26:07 PM PaulA
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' [[Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures New Adventures]] novel ''Death and Diplomacy'', Jason and Bernice are trapped together for an extended period of time, get drunk, accidentally trigger each other's childhood traumas, get ''really'' drunk... and nine hours later Benny's rather dazed POV is pointing out that ''usually'', when one wakes up plus one drinking partner and minus chunks of one's memory, the most that happened is a little half-hearted groping before both parties passed out, before going on to mention that this time around, "half-hearted" feels somewhat less likely than "ferocious, violent, convulsive, and multiple."

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' [[Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures New Adventures]] novel ''Death ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresDeathAndDiplomacy Death and Diplomacy'', Diplomacy]]'', Jason and Bernice are trapped together for an extended period of time, get drunk, accidentally trigger each other's childhood traumas, get ''really'' drunk... and nine hours later Benny's rather dazed POV is pointing out that ''usually'', when one wakes up plus one drinking partner and minus chunks of one's memory, the most that happened is a little half-hearted groping before both parties passed out, before going on to mention that this time around, "half-hearted" feels somewhat less likely than "ferocious, violent, convulsive, and multiple."
21st Nov '17 12:29:25 PM RedScharlach
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The character wakes up confused in a compromising position, and then utters in confusion: "What did I do last night?" As they learn more about what happened they repeat themselves, only this time in horror: "What did I DO last night?!" Often the episode become a quest to learn the truth. Usually in comedy it's a it's NotWhatItLooksLike situation, but in drama it often is what it looks like, resulting in a WhamEpisode and an Aesop about not drinking. In MysteryFiction, it's occasionally used to set up a Whodunnit where the protagonist himself has no alibi and may not be certain they did not, in fact, commit the crime.

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The character wakes up confused in a compromising position, and then utters in confusion: "What did I do last night?" As they learn more about what happened they repeat themselves, only this time in horror: "What did I DO last night?!" Often the episode become a quest to learn the truth. Usually in comedy it's a it's NotWhatItLooksLike situation, but in drama it often is what it looks like, resulting in a WhamEpisode and an Aesop about not drinking. In MysteryFiction, it's occasionally used to set up a Whodunnit where the protagonist himself has no alibi and may not be certain they did not, in fact, commit the crime.



* The ''ComicBook/SinCity'' story "Just Another Saturday Night" has Marv coming to his senses with dead bodies and a wrecked cop car nearby. The rest of the story consists of him trying to piece together how he got there. As he says, "When you've got a condition, it's bad to forget your medicine."[[spoiler:At the end of the story he has pieced together everything that lead up to this current situation, but realizes that he has forgotten what he was doing before all ''that'' started and needs to start all over again]].

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* The ''ComicBook/SinCity'' story "Just Another Saturday Night" has Marv coming to his senses with dead bodies and a wrecked cop car nearby. The rest of the story consists of him trying to piece together how he got there. As he says, "When you've got a condition, it's bad to forget your medicine."[[spoiler:At the end of the story he has pieced together everything that lead led up to this current situation, but realizes that he has forgotten what he was doing before all ''that'' started and needs to start all over again]].



* A ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'' story called "Juma" opens with Mical the Disciple waking up with his first hangover and vague memories of the previous night. Atton cheerfully admits he indroduced Mical to [[GargleBlaster juma]], and recounts that he teamed up with a stranger auditioning dancers for the local Hutt to have Mical dance with a [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Zeltron woman]] for the amusement (and tips) of the entire cantina. [[spoiler: {{Subverted}} because Atton was merely being a {{Troll}}. Mical actually passed out after the stuff snuck up on him.]]

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* A ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'' story called "Juma" opens with Mical the Disciple waking up with his first hangover and vague memories of the previous night. Atton cheerfully admits he indroduced introduced Mical to [[GargleBlaster juma]], and recounts that he teamed up with a stranger auditioning dancers for the local Hutt to have Mical dance with a [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Zeltron woman]] for the amusement (and tips) of the entire cantina. [[spoiler: {{Subverted}} because Atton was merely being a {{Troll}}. Mical actually passed out after the stuff snuck up on him.]]



* ''Literature/AuntieMame'': After going out to "live" with her employer's [[AllMenArePerverts male friend,]] Agnes is unable to remember the night before, except that they went to a movie with a wedding scene. Shortly thereafter, it's discovered that she's [[LawOfInverseFertility pregnant.]] Fortunately, she later finds out that [[spoiler: it wasn't a movie; it was her wedding, and the man who got her pregnant was chivalrous enough to marry her before sleeping with her (although he believed that she was rich, and so may have had an ulterior motive).]]

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* ''Literature/AuntieMame'': After going out to "live" with her employer's [[AllMenArePerverts male friend,]] Agnes is unable to remember the night before, except that they went to a movie with a wedding scene. Shortly thereafter, it's discovered that she's [[LawOfInverseFertility pregnant.]] Fortunately, she later finds out that [[spoiler: it [[spoiler:it wasn't a movie; it was her wedding, and the man who got her pregnant was chivalrous enough to marry her before sleeping with her (although he believed that she was rich, and so may have had an ulterior motive).]]



* Happens in ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' with MentalTimeTravel. When Wolverine returns to 1973, he has no idea where he is, or who the woman is he had just had sex with (most probably, he just can't remember). When he wakes up in the [[spoiler:AlternateTimeline]], he has no clue about anything he had been doing ''for the last 5 decades''. It makes for some nice symmetry considering Logan has had amnesia since ''[[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine before]] [[Film/XMen1 the first film]].''

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* Happens in ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'' with MentalTimeTravel. When Wolverine returns to 1973, he has no idea where he is, or who the woman is that he had just had sex with (most probably, he just can't remember). When he wakes up in the [[spoiler:AlternateTimeline]], he has no clue about anything he had been doing ''for the last 5 decades''. It makes for some nice symmetry considering Logan has had amnesia since ''[[Film/XMenOriginsWolverine before]] [[Film/XMen1 the first film]].''



* The science fiction novel ''Golem[[superscript:100]]'' by Creator/AlfredBester has a place where two characters take drugs. The next ten pages or so are bizarre full-page illustrations with minimal text. Then the regular text restores, and a policeman explains to them just what they were doing that time (each illos represents about an hour of debauchery, such as streaking an entire city block).

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* The science fiction novel ''Golem[[superscript:100]]'' by Creator/AlfredBester has a place where two characters take drugs. The next ten pages or so are bizarre full-page illustrations with minimal text. Then the regular text restores, and a policeman explains to them just what they were doing that time (each illos illustration represents about an hour of debauchery, such as streaking an entire city block).



** In season 13, Zoe wakes up naked in Miles' poolhouse after a WildTeenParty. Pictures of her are all over social media, but she has no clue what happened. [[spoiler: It's revealed that she was raped by members of the basketball team.]]

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** In season 13, Zoe wakes up naked in Miles' poolhouse after a WildTeenParty. Pictures of her are all over social media, but she has no clue what happened. [[spoiler: It's [[spoiler:It's revealed that she was raped by members of the basketball team.]]



* The NSFW britcom ''Series/TwoPintsOfLagerAndAPacketOfCrisps'' resolves the question very quickly, when two of the main characters wake up in bed together with hangover amnesia:
-->GAZ: Stay calm, stay calm, I am sure we did not do anything, lets examine the evidence.

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* The NSFW britcom Britcom ''Series/TwoPintsOfLagerAndAPacketOfCrisps'' resolves the question very quickly, quickly when two of the main characters wake up in bed together with hangover amnesia:
-->GAZ: Stay calm, stay calm, I am sure we did not do anything, lets let's examine the evidence.



** In "Jaynestown", Simon and Kaylee get drunk in a bar and are woken up the following morning by Mal, who finds them in a compromising position. Later, Kaylee is talking about when they made love, causing Simon to burst out with a panicked "When we did what...?!". It turns out Kaylee was teasing him - nothing happened between them that night.

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** In "Jaynestown", Simon and Kaylee get drunk in a bar and are woken up the following morning by Mal, who finds them in a compromising position. Later, Kaylee is talking about when they made love, causing Simon to burst out with a panicked "When we did what...?!". It turns out Kaylee was teasing him - -- nothing happened between them that night.



* One episode of ''Series/BlackBooks'' does this. Bernard is trying to figure out why some friends of his are so angry with him. Unlike some other examples, the only clue he's got is that he's incredibly hungover (nothing new for him). Turns out (spoilered'd for your sensitivity) [[spoiler: He'd taken a dump in their wicker clothes basket. Then suggested that their six-year-old son was doing drugs, and claimed that he had the cold, dead eyes... of a killer.]] He falls and breaks his arm when leaving in a huff because they refused to ''apologize'' for blanking him. Their son's face is locked in a mask of horror, which Bernard brushes off as "He's a kid. Everything's new to them."

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* One episode of ''Series/BlackBooks'' does this. Bernard is trying to figure out why some friends of his are so angry with him. Unlike some other examples, the only clue he's got is that he's incredibly hungover (nothing new for him). Turns out (spoilered'd for your sensitivity) [[spoiler: He'd taken he had [[spoiler:taken a dump in their wicker clothes basket. Then suggested that their six-year-old son was doing drugs, and claimed that he had the cold, dead eyes... of a killer.]] He falls and breaks his arm when leaving in a huff because they refused to ''apologize'' for blanking him. Their son's face is locked in a mask of horror, which Bernard brushes off as "He's a kid. Everything's new to them."



** This made up most of the plot of "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS19E9EternalMoonshineOfTheSimpsonMind Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind]]", where Homer wakes up in the snow on the other side of town and must remember why Marge and the kids aren't home. [[spoiler:He deliberatly gave himself a blackout to unruin a surprise birthday party]].

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** This made up most of the plot of "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS19E9EternalMoonshineOfTheSimpsonMind Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind]]", where Homer wakes up in the snow on the other side of town and must remember why Marge and the kids aren't home. [[spoiler:He deliberatly deliberately gave himself a blackout to unruin a surprise birthday party]].



** In the second part of "Who Shot Mr. Burns?", Smithers, whose been in a drunken stupor after being fired, awakens and has no recollection of what happened the previous night. Leading to him thinking he shot Mr. Burns. Turns out he didn't, but ''did'' shoot Jasper who was trying to restrain him. Luckily he just hit his false leg, so it's all good..

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** In the second part of "Who Shot Mr. Burns?", Smithers, whose been in a drunken stupor after being fired, awakens and has no recollection of what happened the previous night. Leading to him thinking he shot Mr. Burns. Turns out he didn't, but ''did'' shoot Jasper who was trying to restrain him. Luckily he just hit his false leg, so it's all good..good.
26th Oct '17 8:49:11 PM AsherTye
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* Non-alcoholic example, but when Max from ''Webcomic/YoungerDays'' tries what turn a out to be coffee for the first time, he sudden feels the need to go do "something." The next strip has him waking up in bed with no idea of what happened the day before. Fortunately, Sam has picture to help jog his memory. Apparently he felt the need to go swimming in mud in his undies.
** Repeated again when Max and Sam drink more coffee thinking it's hot cocoa. They have no idea what happened afterward, but Mom made sure to get video evidence this time.
18th Oct '17 5:05:04 PM ClintEastwood
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* Happens a couple of times in ''[[Creator/CharlieChaplin City Lights]]'', where an important plot point is that the Millionaire is a party animal (and the Tramp's best friend) while drunk, but doesn't remember anything or recognize his friend while sober. After one wild party, the camera cuts to the Tramp and the Millionaire asleep in the Millionaire's bed. After the Tramp gets up to get a glass of water, the Millionaire awakens and begins looking around in confusion... and then the Tramp calmly climbs back into bed with him.

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* Happens a couple of times in ''[[Creator/CharlieChaplin City Lights]]'', ''Film/CityLights'', where an important plot point is that the Millionaire is a party animal (and the Tramp's best friend) while drunk, but doesn't remember anything or recognize his friend while sober. After one wild party, the camera cuts to the Tramp and the Millionaire asleep in the Millionaire's bed. After the Tramp gets up to get a glass of water, the Millionaire awakens and begins looking around in confusion... and then the Tramp calmly climbs back into bed with him.
6th Oct '17 7:10:32 PM Bissek
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* In the ''Literature/MagicExLibris'' novels, the main character once used his Libromancer powers to acquire a [[Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy Pan Galactic]] GargleBlaster. He's not sure what happened after that. All he knows is that two days later he found himself in Ontario dressed in a 19th Century Mountie uniform, with no knowledge of how he got there, where he got the outfit from, or why he was wearing it.
5th Sep '17 12:06:57 AM Vir
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* The ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' episode "Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender" revolves around this: Morty drags Rick along into helping the Vindicators, a stereotypical heroic FiveManBand, defeat their arch-enemy and Rick ends up getting drunk and defecating all over their conference table. When Rick, Morty, and the Vindicators go to fight the villain, it turns out that during his bender, Rick beat them to it and devised a series of challenges for the Vindicators that end in most of them dying. In the end, he also apparently set up a huge party.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' episode "Vindicators 3: The Return of Worldender" revolves around this: Morty drags Rick along into helping the Vindicators, a stereotypical heroic FiveManBand, defeat one of their arch-enemy enemies and Rick ends up getting drunk and defecating all over their conference table. When Rick, Morty, and the Vindicators go to fight the villain, it turns out that during his bender, Rick beat them to it and devised a series of challenges for the Vindicators that end in most of them dying. In the end, he also apparently set up a huge party.
31st Aug '17 4:03:36 PM BattleMaster
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* It was one time considered a rite-of-passage for a college fraternity member to wake up naked in a strange room in a Spring Break party town with no memory of how he got there. given the high-profile issues that have occurred with college-age drinking in recent decades, this is no longer looked upon in nearly as positive a light.

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* It was one time considered a rite-of-passage for a college fraternity member to wake up naked in a strange room in a Spring Break party town with no memory of how he got there. given Given the high-profile issues that have occurred with college-age drinking in recent decades, this is no longer looked upon in nearly as positive a light.
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