History Radio / BleakExpectations

15th Jul '16 8:49:12 AM RedScharlach
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** When she speaks Cockney for money, Ripley insists on being paid in ponies for the whole rhyming slang.

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** When she speaks Cockney for money, Ripley Ripely insists on being paid in ponies for the whole rhyming slang.



* AuthorVocabularyCalendar: Sir Phillip Bin uses the word "figure" to describe people he doesn't recognise a lot. A lot a lot. In fact, he barely if ever uses any synonyms for it.

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* AuthorVocabularyCalendar: Sir Phillip Philip Bin uses the word "figure" to describe people he doesn't recognise a lot. A lot a lot. In fact, he barely if ever uses any synonyms for it.



** Whoever supplies Sourquill with all his devices also has to be this.

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** Whoever supplies Sourquill Sourquil with all his devices also has to be this.



* ComicallyMissingThePoint: A river-dwelling folk pull a suicidal Pip Bin from the Thames, then try to kill him when they find out he's alive. Even decades later, Sir Phillip Bin hasn't caught on.

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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: A river-dwelling folk pull a suicidal Pip Bin from the Thames, then try to kill him when they find out he's alive. Even decades later, Sir Phillip Philip Bin hasn't caught on.



'''Sourquill''': And what happened?\\

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'''Sourquill''': '''Sourquil''': And what happened?\\



'''Sourquill''': Oh, how awful!\\

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'''Sourquill''': '''Sourquil''': Oh, how awful!\\



** Taken UpToEleven in the final ever episode. [[spoiler: Sir Philip describes how he, as he is now, was [[TimeTravel sent back in time]] to help his younger self by throwing himself in the universe-destroying machine, and then describes his final battle with Mr Benevolent, his gaining all the knowledge of the universe, and his ''actual death''. Even Sourquill says "Are you having me on?", but Sir Philip explains TheGrimReaper [[PosthumousNarration returned him to finish his story]], and now he must go, [[TearJerker and join Harry, Pippa and Ripely]]. Then it turns out he [[BackFromTheDead cheated the Reaper]], and [[MoodWhiplash now it's time for a Christmas party]]!]]
* DirtyOldMan: Sir Phillip's idea of relaxing involves friendly scullery maids.

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** Taken UpToEleven in the final ever episode. [[spoiler: Sir Philip describes how he, as he is now, was [[TimeTravel sent back in time]] to help his younger self by throwing himself in the universe-destroying machine, and then describes his final battle with Mr Benevolent, his gaining all the knowledge of the universe, and his ''actual death''. Even Sourquill Sourquil says "Are you having me on?", but Sir Philip explains TheGrimReaper [[PosthumousNarration returned him to finish his story]], and now he must go, [[TearJerker and join Harry, Pippa and Ripely]]. Then it turns out he [[BackFromTheDead cheated the Reaper]], and [[MoodWhiplash now it's time for a Christmas party]]!]]
* DirtyOldMan: Sir Phillip's Philip's idea of relaxing involves friendly scullery maids.



* {{Dissimile}}: "Trouble was brewing like a cup of angry tea." Sir Philip usually delivers one at the end of the episode, when Sourquill leaves and his daughter says that it's good to get these memories out

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* {{Dissimile}}: "Trouble was brewing like a cup of angry tea." Sir Philip usually delivers one at the end of the episode, when Sourquill Sourquil leaves and his daughter says that it's good to get these memories out



* FramingDevice: Sir Philip is retelling his story to Sourquill for serialisation in ''The Times''.

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* FramingDevice: Sir Philip is retelling his story to Sourquill Sourquil for serialisation in ''The Times''.



** Lord Dukey Clampvulture is shot dead by Ripley using his own elephant gun on him.

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** Lord Dukey Clampvulture is shot dead by Ripley Ripely using his own elephant gun on him.



* {{Hypocrite}}: Ripley acts like your typical Victorian-era person toward the homeless, stating that it's God's will they are homeless, accusing them of being lazy, taking any remaining accommodation they may have in case it 'undermines their self-respect', and marches around the south end of London yelling at them that it's their own fault they're poor. And the minute her family becomes broke and they're forced to live in a hut made of mud (and some [[HumanResources bodies]], she cries foul. Pippa is quick to call her on this.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: Ripley Ripely acts like your typical Victorian-era person toward the homeless, stating that it's God's will they are homeless, accusing them of being lazy, taking any remaining accommodation they may have in case it 'undermines their self-respect', and marches around the south end of London yelling at them that it's their own fault they're poor. And the minute her family becomes broke and they're forced to live in a hut made of mud (and some [[HumanResources bodies]], she cries foul. Pippa is quick to call her on this.



* ItRunsOnNonsensoleum: Sourquill usually tries some ridiculous recording device such as a horse-drawn pen or the "[[IProduct iWax]]" wax-cylinder recorder, before abandoning them moments later. Also, "Have escaped from telegram office stop. Will take telegram boy to keep you updated stop."

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* ItRunsOnNonsensoleum: Sourquill Sourquil usually tries some ridiculous recording device such as a horse-drawn pen or the "[[IProduct iWax]]" wax-cylinder recorder, before abandoning them moments later. Also, "Have escaped from telegram office stop. Will take telegram boy to keep you updated stop."



* KillerRabbit: Killer underwater squirrels, capable of attacking and subduing grown humans. Sir Phillip Bin repeatedly adds that they were ''incredibly'' delicious.

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* KillerRabbit: Killer underwater squirrels, capable of attacking and subduing grown humans. Sir Phillip Philip Bin repeatedly adds that they were ''incredibly'' delicious.



* LieBackAndThinkOfEngland: Pip and Ripley consummate their marriage with appropriate Victorian decency.

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* LieBackAndThinkOfEngland: Pip and Ripley Ripely consummate their marriage with appropriate Victorian decency.



-->'''Sir Phillip''': I missed her, as one might miss a sister. I missed her sisterly laugh, her sisterly wisdom, and her...curvaceous yet sisterly body.
* LongList: Sir Phillip reciting the names of Harry and Pippa's many, many children.

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-->'''Sir Phillip''': Philip''': I missed her, as one might miss a sister. I missed her sisterly laugh, her sisterly wisdom, and her...curvaceous yet sisterly body.
* LongList: Sir Phillip Philip reciting the names of Harry and Pippa's many, many children.



* LukeIAmYourFather: Sourquill the journalist reveals at the end of Season One that [[spoiler: he's descended from Mr Gently Benevolent (also an IdenticalGrandson, as they're both voiced by Anthony Head)]].

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* LukeIAmYourFather: Sourquill Sourquil the journalist reveals at the end of Season One that [[spoiler: he's descended from Mr Gently Benevolent (also an IdenticalGrandson, as they're both voiced by Anthony Head)]].



* OmnicidalManiac: Benevolent in the series finale, because what else was he going to do for a GrandFinale? Somewhat deconstructed, as Sir Phillip suggests that the only reason to want to destroy ''everything'' (including himself) was [[PutThemAllOutOfMyMisery because he's ultimately unhappy with his life of evil, and wants to end it all and take the world with him]].

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* OmnicidalManiac: Benevolent in the series finale, because what else was he going to do for a GrandFinale? Somewhat deconstructed, as Sir Phillip Philip suggests that the only reason to want to destroy ''everything'' (including himself) was [[PutThemAllOutOfMyMisery because he's ultimately unhappy with his life of evil, and wants to end it all and take the world with him]].



-->'''Sir Phillip''': I opened the fortune cookie; inside it said "You are now addicted to opium."

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-->'''Sir Phillip''': Philip''': I opened the fortune cookie; inside it said "You are now addicted to opium."



* RunningGag: The lawyer's name, Mr Skinflint Parsimonious's obsession with giving people things, Pippa's anvil, Sourquill's recording devices (season 1); Mr Gently Benevolent's nose (season 2); [[HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood the bizarre methods of childcare]] employed by Sir Philip's daughter and Sourquill (season 3); Lily's various evening classes, Harry Biscuit's obsession with cake (season 4); Sourquill's timekeeping devices, the repeatedly denied FoeRomanceSubtext between Pip and Gently Benevolent (Season 5) amongst others.

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* RunningGag: The lawyer's name, Mr Skinflint Parsimonious's obsession with giving people things, Pippa's anvil, Sourquill's Sourquil's recording devices (season 1); Mr Gently Benevolent's nose (season 2); [[HilariouslyAbusiveChildhood the bizarre methods of childcare]] employed by Sir Philip's daughter and Sourquill Sourquil (season 3); Lily's various evening classes, Harry Biscuit's obsession with cake (season 4); Sourquill's Sourquil's timekeeping devices, the repeatedly denied FoeRomanceSubtext between Pip and Gently Benevolent (Season 5) amongst others.



* StayInTheKitchen: Sir Phillip Bin doesn't think highly of women.

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* StayInTheKitchen: Sir Phillip Philip Bin doesn't think highly of women.



** And one aimed at Film/{{Grease}}, which is the name of a country next to Greece, where according to Sir Phillip Bin "everyone sang too much, and needed punching".

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** And one aimed at Film/{{Grease}}, which is the name of a country next to Greece, where according to Sir Phillip Philip Bin "everyone sang too much, and needed punching".



* ThisIsGonnaSuck: Sir Phillip Bin's reaction to Sourquil cheerfully announcing he's bought another device.

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* ThisIsGonnaSuck: Sir Phillip Philip Bin's reaction to Sourquil cheerfully announcing he's bought another device.



* TookALevelInJerkass: Ripley is the portrait of kindness and charity in her introduction. Once she's rich, she becomes a shrill hypocrite who's loathe to let the poor have ''chairs''.

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* TookALevelInJerkass: Ripley Ripely is the portrait of kindness and charity in her introduction. Once she's rich, she becomes a shrill hypocrite who's loathe to let the poor have ''chairs''.



* UsedToBeASweetKid: Pip Bin is (aside from the standard Victorian-era flaws) kind, noble, and good (if a bit thoughtless). Sir Phillip Bin is a miserable old jerk.

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* UsedToBeASweetKid: Pip Bin is (aside from the standard Victorian-era flaws) kind, noble, and good (if a bit thoughtless). Sir Phillip Philip Bin is a miserable old jerk.



-->'''Sourquill''': Do not worry, Sir Philip, I have come to see your abuse as the expression of affection by different means.\\

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-->'''Sourquill''': -->'''Sourquil''': Do not worry, Sir Philip, I have come to see your abuse as the expression of affection by different means.\\



** In the final episode Sir Philip finally admits he ''does'' like Sourquill, he was just hoping the man would stand up for himself.

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** In the final episode Sir Philip finally admits he ''does'' like Sourquill, Sourquil, he was just hoping the man would stand up for himself.
12th Jul '16 5:33:15 PM nombretomado
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** Mr Benevolent's ultimate evil scheme is a universe-destroying machine based on "wool theory". "[[AlbertEinstein God does not play dice]], but he does knit."

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** Mr Benevolent's ultimate evil scheme is a universe-destroying machine based on "wool theory". "[[AlbertEinstein "[[UsefulNotes/AlbertEinstein God does not play dice]], but he does knit."
3rd Jul '16 2:05:09 PM Discar
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* SaveTheWorldClimax: The finale of series 2 involves Pip having to save the world [[spoiler:from a Martian invasion]]. [[OutsideContextVillain Yup.]]

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* SaveTheWorldClimax: The finale of series 2 involves Pip having to save the world [[spoiler:from a Martian invasion]]. [[OutsideContextVillain [[OutsideGenreFoe Yup.]]



* SeasonFinale: Not only does each series' finale (from the second one on) involve a SaveTheWorldClimax from an OutsideContextVillain (and ratchet the series' levels of RefugeInAudacity UpToEleven), but the characters are also [[MetaGuy more prone]] to LampshadeHanging and LeaningOnTheFourthWall. The GrandFinale even more so.

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* SeasonFinale: Not only does each series' finale (from the second one on) involve a SaveTheWorldClimax from an OutsideContextVillain OutsideGenreFoe (and ratchet the series' levels of RefugeInAudacity UpToEleven), but the characters are also [[MetaGuy more prone]] to LampshadeHanging and LeaningOnTheFourthWall. The GrandFinale even more so.
4th May '16 8:35:53 PM nombretomado
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** An episode spent in space features the characters dropping as many lines of DavidBowie's "Space Oddity" as they possibly can.

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** An episode spent in space features the characters dropping as many lines of DavidBowie's Music/DavidBowie's "Space Oddity" as they possibly can.
19th Apr '16 10:57:39 AM GlassRain
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** Not to mention [[BoardingSchoolOfHorrors St. Bastard's]].
15th Apr '16 5:21:55 PM PaulA
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* ArtificialLimbs: Admiral Hardthrasher has a wooden leg -- and another wooden leg, two wooden arms, several wooden ribs, a wooden kidney, wooden hair...


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* SeadogPegLeg: Admiral Hardthrasher has a wooden leg -- and another wooden leg, two wooden arms, several wooden ribs, a wooden kidney, wooden hair...
13th Dec '15 11:25:32 AM A1Tubb
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* BilingualBonus: At the banquet of Lord Dukey Clampvulture, the person who proposes a toast and promptly has his nose fall into his drink is named "General Kartoffelkopf". Which means potato head.
3rd Dec '15 5:52:27 AM dreamofwritting
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* BestialityIsDepraved: Evil!Harry infects some swans the same way he infects Pippa, by kissing. And not on the beak...



* ButYouScrewOneGoat: Evil!Harry infects some swans the same way he infects Pippa, by kissing. And not on the beak...
23rd Nov '15 8:40:35 PM Angeldeb82
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** "For does the Bible not say, 'Stuff the poor, they only have themselves to blame?'" Pip's wife Ripely, quoting "the Book of Badgers". Of course, this doesn't apply to her when they lose their money.
** "Ah... but does it not say in the Bible... ''Leave me alone, I'm miserable!''" Harry Biscuit, refusing to let Pip cheer him up after [[spoiler: Pippa has left him to be Mr Gently Benevolent's "evil consort."]]

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** "For does the Bible not say, 'Stuff the poor, they only have themselves to blame?'" blame'?" Pip's wife Ripely, quoting "the Book of Badgers". Of course, this doesn't apply to her when they lose their money.
** "Ah... but does it not say in the Bible... ''Leave me alone, I'm miserable!''" Harry Biscuit, refusing to let Pip cheer him up after [[spoiler: Pippa has left him to be Mr Gently Benevolent's "evil consort."]]consort"]].



* BigNo: When Mr Benevolent believes he is the descendent of Judas Iscariot. Followed by a "Slightly smaller noooooooo!" when he learns the truth.

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* BigNo: When Mr Benevolent believes he is the descendent descendant of Judas Iscariot. Followed by a "Slightly smaller noooooooo!" when he learns the truth.



* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Harry Biscuit, often coming with some [[AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering non sequitur.]]
* CompletelyMissingThePoint: A river-dwelling folk pull a suicidal Pip Bin from the Thames, then try to kill him when they find out he's alive. Even decades later, Sir Phillip Bin hasn't caught on.

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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Harry Biscuit, often coming with some [[AreYouPonderingWhatImPondering non sequitur.]]
sequitur]].
* CompletelyMissingThePoint: ComicallyMissingThePoint: A river-dwelling folk pull a suicidal Pip Bin from the Thames, then try to kill him when they find out he's alive. Even decades later, Sir Phillip Bin hasn't caught on.



** Taken UpToEleven in the final ever episode. [[spoiler: Sir Philip describes how he, as he is now, was [[TimeTravel sent back in time]] to help his younger self by throwing himself in the universe-destroying machine, and then describes his final battle with Mr Benevolent, his gaining all the knowledge of the universe, and his ''actual death''. Even Sourquill says "Are you having me on?", but Sir Philip explains the GrimReaper [[PosthumousNarration returned him to finish his story]], and now he must go, [[TearJerker and join Harry, Pippa and Ripely]]. Then it turns out he [[BackFromTheDead cheated the Reaper]], and [[MoodWhiplash now it's time for a Christmas party]]!]]

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** Taken UpToEleven in the final ever episode. [[spoiler: Sir Philip describes how he, as he is now, was [[TimeTravel sent back in time]] to help his younger self by throwing himself in the universe-destroying machine, and then describes his final battle with Mr Benevolent, his gaining all the knowledge of the universe, and his ''actual death''. Even Sourquill says "Are you having me on?", but Sir Philip explains the GrimReaper TheGrimReaper [[PosthumousNarration returned him to finish his story]], and now he must go, [[TearJerker and join Harry, Pippa and Ripely]]. Then it turns out he [[BackFromTheDead cheated the Reaper]], and [[MoodWhiplash now it's time for a Christmas party]]!]]



-->'''Mr. Benevolent''': "[[BlatantLies No idea]]. Peanut-butter and banana treat, anyone?"
* EverythingsWorseWithSharks: Schadenfreude Sharks, who taunts their victims until they're exhausted.

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-->'''Mr. Benevolent''': "[[BlatantLies No idea]]. idea.]] Peanut-butter and banana treat, anyone?"
* EverythingsWorseWithSharks: Schadenfreude Sharks, who taunts their victims until they're exhausted.
anyone?"



* GrandFinale: The grand finale naturally takes the OTT-ness of the {{Season Finale}}s to the LogicalExtreme by having Benevolent [[spoiler:become an OmnicidalManiac and ''finally'' get KilledOffForReal via TimeyWimeyBall.]]

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* GrandFinale: The grand finale naturally takes the OTT-ness of the {{Season Finale}}s to the LogicalExtreme by having Benevolent [[spoiler:become an OmnicidalManiac and ''finally'' get KilledOffForReal via TimeyWimeyBall.]]TimeyWimeyBall]].



* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: The first season titles describes how each stage of Pip's life is ruined, starting with "A Childhood Cruelly Kippered" and concluding "A Life Sadly Smashed ... Then Happily Restored A Bit". The second starts with "A Happy Life, Cruelly Re-Kippered" and also features "A Bad Life Made Worse, But Sort Of On Purpose." And the third opens with "A Lovely Life, Re-Kippered Again Once More", and follows that up with "A Sort Of Fine Life De-Niced Completely".



* IncrediblyLamePun: Confucius Whackwallop is killed by a can of soup to the head. His final words? "Here comes my dying ''broth''." The audience groans at that one.
** Lily's "musket" / "mouseket" pun.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: The first season titles describes how each stage of Pip's life is ruined, starting with "A Childhood Cruelly Kippered" and concluding "A Life Sadly Smashed ... Then Happily Restored A Bit". The second starts with "A Happy Life, Cruelly Re-Kippered" and also features "A Bad Life Made Worse, But Sort Of On Purpose." And the third opens with "A Lovely Life, Re-Kippered Again Once More", and follows that up with "A Sort Of Fine Life De-Niced Completely".



* LamePunReaction: Confucius Whackwallop is killed by a can of soup to the head. His final words? "Here comes my dying ''broth''." The audience groans at that one.
** Lily's "musket" / "mouseket" pun.



* LaserGuidedKarma: Barker Whackwallop tries to set his freaks on Pip. Instead they attack him. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by his final words.

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* LaserGuidedKarma: Barker Whackwallop tries to set his freaks on Pip. Instead they attack him. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by his final words.



* LeftTheBackgroundMusicOn: Several times.



* LoveRedeems: [[spoiler: Mr Benevolent undergoes a HeelFaceTurn due to his love for Miss Sweetly Delightful. Unfortunately, ''she'' then has a FaceHeelTurn]].
** [[spoiler: and this is instantly undone in season four, suggesting the StatusQuoIsGod.]]
** [[spoiler: Mr Benevolent then undergoes ''another'' HeelFaceTurn in season 5, due to his love for ''Pip''. This one doesn't even last to the end of the episode; he gets hit by a blob of pure evil from the Pen of Penrith]].

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* LoveRedeems: [[spoiler: Mr Benevolent undergoes a HeelFaceTurn due to his love for Miss Sweetly Delightful. Unfortunately, ''she'' then has a FaceHeelTurn]].
FaceHeelTurn.]]
** [[spoiler: and And this is instantly undone in season four, suggesting the that StatusQuoIsGod.]]
** [[spoiler: Mr Benevolent then undergoes ''another'' HeelFaceTurn in season 5, due to his love for ''Pip''. This one doesn't even last to the end of the episode; he gets hit by a blob of pure evil from the Pen of Penrith]].Penrith.]]



--> "For example, washing up badly is not the same as washing up evilly. It is merely unhygienic. Evil washing up involves crying children, smashed plates and [[KickTheDog at least two dead dogs.]]"

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--> "For example, washing up badly is not the same as washing up evilly. It is merely unhygienic. Evil washing up involves crying children, smashed plates and [[KickTheDog at least two dead dogs.]]"dogs]]."



* {{Misblamed}}: Pip Bin is rarely responsible for the death of the latest Harshsmacker / Sternbeater / Whackwallop / Grimpunch, but everyone acts like he is.

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* {{Misblamed}}: MisBlamed: In-Universe: Pip Bin is rarely responsible for the death of the latest Harshsmacker / Sternbeater / Whackwallop / Grimpunch, but everyone acts like he is.



* NoodleImplements: One of Benevolent's WeWillMeetAgain monologues warns of "an even more complex and evil plan involving talking dogs, a special type of tarpaulin, and an enormous number of spoons! And then you will taste your doggy, tarpaulin-y, [[InherentlyFunnyWords spoony doom!]]"

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* NoodleImplements: One of Benevolent's WeWillMeetAgain monologues warns of "an even more complex and evil plan involving talking dogs, a special type of tarpaulin, and an enormous number of spoons! And then you will taste your doggy, tarpaulin-y, [[InherentlyFunnyWords spoony doom!]]"doom]]!"



* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Mr Benevolent when in disguise, quite frequently. [[TooStupidToLive Pip still doesn't notice.]]

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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Mr Benevolent when in disguise, quite frequently. [[TooStupidToLive [[TooDumbToLive Pip still doesn't notice.]]



** Also [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]]. ''Names, Pip! Always ask for names!"

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** Also [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]].{{lampshade|Hanging}}d. ''Names, Pip! Always ask for names!"



* ParentalAbandonment: Pip and Ripely supposedly have many children together (including Lily) but the children are never around. {{Handwave}}d in one episode when it is mentioned that Pip sends them away to school in [[TheChroniclesOfNarnia Narnia]].

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* ParentalAbandonment: Pip and Ripely supposedly have many children together (including Lily) but the children are never around. {{Handwave}}d in one episode when it is mentioned that Pip sends them away to school in [[TheChroniclesOfNarnia [[Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia Narnia]].



* {{Redshirt}}: Invoked, with Constable Tragicmurdervictim.

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* {{Redshirt}}: RedShirt: Invoked, with Constable Tragicmurdervictim.



* SaveTheWorldClimax: The finale of series 2 involves Pip having to save the world [[spoiler:from a Martian invasion.]] [[OutsideContextVillain Yup.]]

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* SaveTheWorldClimax: The finale of series 2 involves Pip having to save the world [[spoiler:from a Martian invasion.]] invasion]]. [[OutsideContextVillain Yup.]]



* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: Several times.



** And maybe the most surreal one: In the last episode of Season Four, in what may or may not be [[AllJustADream a hallucination,]] Harry [[spoiler: reveals himself to be {{God}}, but tells Pip that he'll only deny it if anyone asks. In the next scene, when the possible-hallucination is over and things are back to normal, he denies it ''without'' being asked.]]

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** And maybe the most surreal one: In the last episode of Season Four, in what may or may not be [[AllJustADream a hallucination,]] hallucination]], Harry [[spoiler: reveals himself to be {{God}}, but tells Pip that he'll only deny it if anyone asks. In the next scene, when the possible-hallucination is over and things are back to normal, he denies it ''without'' being asked.]]asked]].



* {{Threatening Shark}}s: Schadenfreude Sharks, who taunt their victims until they're exhausted.



** In the India episode, messages are delivered via "[[InstantMessengerPigeon messenger]] [[PollyWantsAMicrophone parrots]]," who can imitate their senders perfectly.

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** In the India episode, messages are delivered via "[[InstantMessengerPigeon messenger]] [[PollyWantsAMicrophone parrots]]," {{p|ollyWantsAMicrophone}}arrots," who can imitate their senders perfectly.



** Admiral Hardthrasher's fleet has a whole row of ships that quote the chorus of ''War'' by Edwin Star. (Complete with the "huh").

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** Admiral Hardthrasher's fleet has a whole row of ships that quote the chorus of ''War'' by Edwin Star. (Complete with the "huh")."huh".)



* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Cake?]]: Quoted, subverted and parodied by Harry Biscuit, who isn't ''afraid'' of cake, but simply loves it ''too much.''

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* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To to Be Cake?]]: Quoted, subverted and parodied by Harry Biscuit, who isn't ''afraid'' of cake, but simply loves it ''too much.''
1st Nov '15 6:51:13 PM nombretomado
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* SimSimSalabim: Crossed with TheRaj, naturally.

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* SimSimSalabim: Crossed with TheRaj, UsefulNotes/TheRaj, naturally.
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