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14th Jan '16 5:44:00 AM wuzzle22
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A, B and C not A, B and D
Alice and Bob are planning an Undercover Mission. They need someone who knows about fine art or looks good in a bikini. Or perhaps they need someone to be TheBait. They reach the conclusion, but don't say it out loud, that Dorothy is the person for this. The audience knows this. At this point, Dorothy enters the room. Alice and Bob look at her. The next phrase out of Dorothy's lips:
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Alice and Bob are planning an Undercover Mission. They need someone who knows about fine art or looks good in a bikini. Or perhaps they need someone to be TheBait. They reach the conclusion, but don't say it out loud, that Dorothy Cate is the person for this. The audience knows this. At this point, Dorothy Cate enters the room. Alice and Bob look at her. The next phrase out of Dorothy's Cate's lips:
21st Dec '15 5:44:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' episode ''Grime and Punishment''. Al is forced to live in his basement as punishment for being a "slumlord". While trying to get him to make repairs, Bud encourages Marcy and Kelly to torture Al with feminist poetry and bad acting. When Al still refuses, Peg asks Bud and Kelly what they can still use against Al. They both turn and look at her, causing her to ask the question. [[spoiler:Al is notorious for not wanting to have sex with Peg.]]
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* In the ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' episode ''Grime "Grime and Punishment''.Punishment". Al is forced to live in his basement as punishment for being a "slumlord". While trying to get him to make repairs, Bud encourages Marcy and Kelly to torture Al with feminist poetry and bad acting. When Al still refuses, Peg asks Bud and Kelly what they can still use against Al. They both turn and look at her, causing her to ask the question. [[spoiler:Al is notorious for not wanting to have sex with Peg.]]
8th Dec '15 8:49:06 PM PaulA
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Happens to Walter Denton in the episode ''Two Way Stretch'', when he walks into Mr. Conklin's office. Miss Brooks and Mr. Conklin choose him to imitate student athlete Stretch Snodgrass (and foil a rival principal's plan to trick Stretch into transfering to another school).
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': ''Series/OurMissBrooks'': Happens to Walter Denton in the episode ''Two "Two Way Stretch'', Stretch", when he walks into Mr. Conklin's office. Miss Brooks and Mr. Conklin choose him to imitate student athlete Stretch Snodgrass (and foil a rival principal's plan to trick Stretch into transfering to another school).
16th Nov '15 11:54:01 PM cra0422
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* In the ''Series/Married... with Children'' episode ''Grime and Punishment''. Al is forced to live in his basement as punishment for being a "slumlord". While trying to get him to make repairs, Bud encourages Marcy and Kelly to torture Al with feminist poetry and bad acting. When Al still refuses, Peg asks Bud and Kelly what they can still use against Al. They both turn and look at her, causing her to ask the question. [[spoiler:Al is notorious for not wanting to sleep with Peg.]]
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* In the ''Series/Married... with Children'' ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' episode ''Grime and Punishment''. Al is forced to live in his basement as punishment for being a "slumlord". While trying to get him to make repairs, Bud encourages Marcy and Kelly to torture Al with feminist poetry and bad acting. When Al still refuses, Peg asks Bud and Kelly what they can still use against Al. They both turn and look at her, causing her to ask the question. [[spoiler:Al is notorious for not wanting to sleep have sex with Peg.]]
16th Nov '15 11:50:09 PM cra0422
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* In the ''Series/Married... with Children'' episode ''Grime and Punishment''. Al is forced to live in his basement as punishment for being a "slumlord". While trying to get him to make repairs, Bud encourages Marcy and Kelly to torture Al with feminist poetry and bad acting. When Al still refuses, Peg asks Bud and Kelly what they can still use against Al. They both turn and look at her, causing her to ask the question. [[spoiler:Al is notorious for not wanting to sleep with Peg.]]
16th Oct '15 5:50:23 PM GentleMart
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'''Mr. Earthworm:''' Bird bait?! Where d'you expect we'll find ''bird bait'' out here in the middle of the... of the... (''Ms. Ladybug pulls out a cowbell'') Have they lost their minds?!
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'''Mr. Earthworm:''' Bird bait?! Where d'you expect we'll find ''bird bait'' out here in the middle of the... of the... (''Ms. (''The other bugs surround him; Ms. Ladybug pulls out a cowbell'') Have they Oh no...no, no...have you lost their your minds?!
12th Sep '15 10:05:44 AM StFan
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6th Sep '15 3:59:28 AM rafi
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* In the ''ComicBook/SupermanBatman'' story "The World's Finest" (compiled as Public Enemies), the heroes discuss how to approach the new Toyman who happens to be a teenage boy. They decide they need a distraction. Among the heroes is PowerGirl, and the heroes all look at her pointedly before she realizes [[MostCommonSuperPower what they mean]].
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* In the ''ComicBook/SupermanBatman'' story "The World's Finest" (compiled as Public Enemies), the heroes discuss how to approach the new Toyman who happens to be a teenage boy. They decide they need a distraction. Among the heroes is PowerGirl, ComicBook/PowerGirl, and the heroes all look at her pointedly before she realizes [[MostCommonSuperPower what they mean]].

--> '''PowerGirl''': What’s everyone looking at me for? How am I supposed to distract…Oh.
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--> '''PowerGirl''': '''Power Girl''': What’s everyone looking at me for? How am I supposed to distract…Oh.
6th Sep '15 3:58:53 AM rafi
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* In Franchise/TheDCU, the heroes are battling a villain who happens to be a teenage boy. They decide they need a distraction. Among the heroes is PowerGirl, and the heroes all look at her pointedly before she realizes [[MostCommonSuperPower what they mean]].
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* In Franchise/TheDCU, the ''ComicBook/SupermanBatman'' story "The World's Finest" (compiled as Public Enemies), the heroes are battling a villain discuss how to approach the new Toyman who happens to be a teenage boy. They decide they need a distraction. Among the heroes is PowerGirl, and the heroes all look at her pointedly before she realizes [[MostCommonSuperPower what they mean]].mean]]. --> '''Katana''': But…The kid made it clear he wants to talk to Superman. --> '''Batman''': He is also thirteen years old. Find a way to distract him. --> '''PowerGirl''': What’s everyone looking at me for? How am I supposed to distract…Oh.
6th Sep '15 3:54:22 AM rafi
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