History RefugeInAudacity / WesternAnimation

25th Sep '17 12:17:59 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** By the third season seemingly everyone except their mother is fully aware of what's going on, including their father and grandparents. It's just that nobody cares.
7th Sep '17 10:40:36 PM Whitewings
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* The [[{{WesternAnimation/Noveltoons}} Noveltoon]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjiEHDCG47U Chew Chew Baby]], about [[BlackComedy a cannibal in the big city]], runs entirely on this and a decidedly boorish [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist primary viewpoint character]].
10th May '17 4:13:22 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* '''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' managed to get themselves kicked off of Saturday Morning by having such things as terrorist attacks, electrocution, torture, and culminated in an incredibly violent season finale (with a MurderSuicide to boot). Amazingly, the censors did not stop the creators from showing a full-scale battle with lots of people dying.

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* '''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' managed to get themselves kicked off of Saturday Morning by having such things as terrorist attacks, electrocution, torture, and culminated in an incredibly violent season finale (with a MurderSuicide to boot). Amazingly, the censors did not stop the creators from showing a full-scale battle with lots of people dying.
8th May '17 3:03:17 PM AthenaBlue
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', Timmy and a juvenile Catman skip school and are pursued by the authorities. Catman comes up with an idea to hide in Timmy's treehouse, based on the logic that it's so obvious no one would suspect it. [[spoiler:It doesn't work.]]



* In the ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' episode "Tankin' it to the Streets", the otherwise ButtMonkey Bill Dauterive does this while trying to return a tank he stole from his army base while drunk. A few miles short of their goal, they are pulled over by two police officers. Bill, his arm in a cast and wearing nothing but his boxers, emerges from the tank and convinces the two officers that they should forget ever having seen the tank. He gets the female officer of the duo to go on a date with him.
* '''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' managed to get themselves kicked off of Saturday Morning by having such things as terrorist attacks, electrocution, torture, and culminated in an incredibly violent season finale (with a MurderSuicide to boot). Amazingly, the censors did not stop the creators from showing a full-scale battle with lots of people dying.
* This is part of the reason the titular boys in ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' are able to get away with most of their [[OnceAnEpisode once-an-episode]] schemes. Any attempt by Candance to bust her brothers is futile because besides the laws of universe working against her to remove any physical evidence, nobody will believe that two kids to be capable of the boys' endeavors.
** Phineas takes advantage of this trope to gain adult help with their constructions. They'll usually ask, "aren't you a little too young to be doing [insert whatever the boys are doing]?" Phineas will simply reply, "Yes, yes I am." ''Everyone'' just goes with it.
* Almost OnceAnEpisode, a human tells ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'' that they don't look like whatever they're supposed to be disguised as. Brain invariably responds by saying that they're megalomaniacal escaped lab mice, which leads to the questioner to either laughing it off or brushing them off as weirdos. In either case the questioner lets them go without another word.



* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', Timmy and a juvenile Catman skip school and are pursued by the authorities. Catman comes up with an idea to hide in Timmy's treehouse, based on the logic that it's so obvious no one would suspect it. [[spoiler:It doesn't work.]]
* This is part of the reason the titular boys in ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' are able to get away with most of their [[OnceAnEpisode once-an-episode]] schemes. Any attempt by Candance to bust her brothers is futile because besides the laws of universe working against her to remove any physical evidence, nobody will believe that two kids to be capable of the boys' endeavors.
** Phineas takes advantage of this trope to gain adult help with their constructions. They'll usually ask, "aren't you a little too young to be doing [insert whatever the boys are doing]?" Phineas will simply reply, "Yes, yes I am." ''Everyone'' just goes with it.
* Almost OnceAnEpisode, a human tells ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'' that they don't look like whatever they're supposed to be disguised as. Brain invariably responds by saying that they're megalomaniacal escaped lab mice, which leads to the questioner to either laughing it off or brushing them off as weirdos. In either case the questioner lets them go without another word.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' episode "Tankin' it to the Streets", the otherwise ButtMonkey Bill Dauterive does this while trying to return a tank he stole from his army base while drunk. A few miles short of their goal, they are pulled over by two police officers. Bill, his arm in a cast and wearing nothing but his boxers, emerges from the tank and convinces the two officers that they should forget ever having seen the tank. He gets the female officer of the duo to go on a date with him.
* In ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' BountyHunter Cad Bane kidnapped a Rodian Force-sensitive infant from his mother in "Children of the Force". He tricked the mother, by disguising himself as a Jedi, and claimed he had to take the child from her, because ''impostors posing as Jedi'' had been kidnapping other children.
* '''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' managed to get themselves kicked off of Saturday Morning by having such things as terrorist attacks, electrocution, torture, and culminated in an incredibly violent season finale (with a MurderSuicide to boot). Amazingly, the censors did not stop the creators from showing a full-scale battle with lots of people dying.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'': In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', Timmy and a juvenile Catman skip school and are pursued by the authorities. Catman comes up with an idea to hide in Timmy's treehouse, based on the logic that it's so obvious no one would suspect it. [[spoiler:It doesn't work.]]
* This is part
[[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E3ChildrenOfTheForce "Children of the reason the titular boys in ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' are able to get away with most of their [[OnceAnEpisode once-an-episode]] schemes. Any attempt by Candance to bust her brothers is futile because besides the laws of universe working against her to remove any physical evidence, nobody will believe that two kids to be capable of the boys' endeavors.
** Phineas takes advantage of this trope to gain adult help with their constructions. They'll usually ask, "aren't you a little too young to be doing [insert whatever the boys are doing]?" Phineas will simply reply, "Yes, yes I am." ''Everyone'' just goes with it.
* Almost OnceAnEpisode, a human tells ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'' that they don't look like whatever they're supposed to be disguised as. Brain invariably responds by saying that they're megalomaniacal escaped lab mice, which leads to the questioner to either laughing it off or brushing them off as weirdos. In either case the questioner lets them go without another word.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' episode "Tankin' it to the Streets", the otherwise ButtMonkey Bill Dauterive does this while trying to return a tank he stole from his army base while drunk. A few miles short of their goal, they are pulled over by two police officers. Bill, his arm in a cast and wearing nothing but his boxers, emerges from the tank and convinces the two officers that they should forget ever having seen the tank. He gets the female officer of the duo to go on a date with him.
* In ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''
Force"]], BountyHunter Cad Bane kidnapped a Rodian Force-sensitive infant from his mother in "Children of the Force". He tricked the mother, by disguising himself as a Jedi, Jedi and claimed claiming he had to take the child from her, her because ''impostors posing as Jedi'' had been kidnapping other children.
* '''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' managed to get themselves kicked off of Saturday Morning by having such things as terrorist attacks, electrocution, torture, and culminated in an incredibly violent season finale (with a MurderSuicide to boot). Amazingly, the censors did not stop the creators from showing a full-scale battle with lots of people dying.
22nd Feb '17 5:33:14 AM Ibrahim77X
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* This is part of the reason the titular boys in ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' are able to get away with most of their [[OnceAnEpisode once-an-episode]] schemes. Any attempt by Candance to bust her brothers is futile because besides the laws of universe working against her to remove any physical evidence, nobody will believe that two kids to be capable of the boys' endeavors.
** Phineas takes advantage of this trope to gain adult help with their constructions. They'll usually ask, "aren't you a little too young to be doing [insert whatever the boys are doing]?" Phineas will simply reply, "Yes, yes I am." ''Everyone'' just goes with it.
16th Oct '15 4:27:04 PM nombretomado
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* Almost OnceAnEpisode, a human tells ''PinkyAndTheBrain'' that they don't look like whatever they're supposed to be disguised as. Brain invariably responds by saying that they're megalomaniacal escaped lab mice, which leads to the questioner to either laughing it off or brushing them off as weirdos. In either case the questioner lets them go without another word.

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* Almost OnceAnEpisode, a human tells ''PinkyAndTheBrain'' ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'' that they don't look like whatever they're supposed to be disguised as. Brain invariably responds by saying that they're megalomaniacal escaped lab mice, which leads to the questioner to either laughing it off or brushing them off as weirdos. In either case the questioner lets them go without another word.
13th Aug '15 5:00:40 AM Drakkenmensch
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** It's the ''jazz hands'' at the end while Kyle's mom is standing right behind him that really sell the final punch.

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** *** It's the ''jazz hands'' at the end while Kyle's mom is standing right behind him that really sell the final punch.
13th Aug '15 5:00:24 AM Drakkenmensch
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** It's the ''jazz hands'' at the end while Kyle's mom is standing right behind him that really sell the final punch.
21st Feb '15 12:43:32 PM Tarquinius
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* TheLegendOfKorra managed to get themselves kicked off of Saturday Morning by having such things as terrorist attacks, electrocution, torture, and culminated in an incredibly violent season finale (with a MurderSuicide to boot). Amazingly, the censors did not stop the creators from showing a full-scale battle with lots of people dying.

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* TheLegendOfKorra '''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' managed to get themselves kicked off of Saturday Morning by having such things as terrorist attacks, electrocution, torture, and culminated in an incredibly violent season finale (with a MurderSuicide to boot). Amazingly, the censors did not stop the creators from showing a full-scale battle with lots of people dying.
21st Feb '15 12:42:14 PM Tarquinius
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* TheLegendOfKorra managed to get themselves kicked off of Saturday Morning by having such things as terrorist attacks, electrocution, torture, and culminated in an incredibly violent season finale. Amazingly, the censors did not stop the creators from showing a full-scale battle with lots of people dying.

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* TheLegendOfKorra managed to get themselves kicked off of Saturday Morning by having such things as terrorist attacks, electrocution, torture, and culminated in an incredibly violent season finale.finale (with a MurderSuicide to boot). Amazingly, the censors did not stop the creators from showing a full-scale battle with lots of people dying.
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