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11th Sep '17 5:31:06 PM AndyLA
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* KangarooCourt: "Can You Ear Me Now?" revolves around Mordecai and Rigby being taken for trial in a planet of sentient ears for accidentally setting off an alarm. The prosecutor does all in his power to disqualify their testimonies and their friends' (he disqualifies Benson on the basis that he's a drummer, and he goads Eileen into shouting "Shut up!" out loud to disqualify her), and the defense attorney assigned to them is laughably incompetent. [[spoiler:It is only a well-placed water gun squirt from Rigby into the Auricle, the planet's highest authority, that manages to save them, because it restores the elder's failing hearing.]]
28th Aug '17 5:57:13 AM HulkingChevon
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* DrowningMySorrows: At the end of "Steak Me Amadeus", when [[spoiler:Margaret has broken up with Mordecai to attend university]], Rigby hands an extremely depressed Mordecai a "soda".

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* DrowningMySorrows: At the end of "Steak Me Amadeus", when [[spoiler:Margaret has broken up with rejected Mordecai to attend university]], Rigby hands and an extremely depressed Mordecai a "soda".drink "soda" together on the [[SittingOnTheRoof park rooftop]].
27th Aug '17 9:40:34 AM HulkingChevon
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* DrowningMySorrows: At the end of "Steak Me Amadeus", when [[spoiler:Margaret has broken up with Mordecai to attend university]], Rigby hands an extremely depressed Mordecai a "soda".
25th Aug '17 5:45:54 PM mannyindagame
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** "Skips Strikes" has [[spoiler:Rigby making a bet with Death: If Death's Team wins he'll get the team's (which is everyone working at the park except Muscle Man and High-Five Ghost) souls and if Rigby's Team wins he gets... a bowling ball filled with souls.]] Mordecai and Benson aren't happy about this in the slightest.

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** "Skips Strikes" has [[spoiler:Rigby making a bet with Death: If Death's Team wins he'll get the team's (which is everyone working at the park except Muscle Man and High-Five Ghost) souls and if Rigby's Team wins he gets... a bowling ball filled with souls.]] Mordecai Mordecai, Pops and Benson aren't happy about this in the slightest.
22nd Aug '17 5:39:56 AM HulkingChevon
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Mordecai and Rigby are still best friends many years later [[spoiler:in the 25-year anniversary epilogue]].
19th Aug '17 1:50:39 AM mannyindagame
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** "Now, when the balls drop..."

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** "Now, "And when the balls drop..."
4th Jul '17 11:05:53 AM madius
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** A bet was made at Halloween that the person voted to have the lamest story would have to wear their costume for a whole month. Thomas was finally able to take his pizza slice costume off at Thanksgiving. He desperately needed a shower.

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** A bet was made at Halloween in "Terror Tales of the Park III" that the person voted to have the who told "the lamest story scary story" would have to wear their costume for through to American Thanksgiving, a whole month. month later. Thomas was ends up losing, and is seen in multiple episodes afterward still wearing his costume. He finally able removes it at the dinner table in "The Thanksgiving Special", to take his pizza slice costume off at Thanksgiving. He desperately needed a shower.reveal stains and stink lines.
30th Jun '17 10:02:18 AM madius
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** In "Fool Me Twice", "Baka" in "Baka Blitz" translates roughly to "Idiot".

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** In "Fool Me Twice", "Baka" set in Japan, has a lot:
***The title of the titular game show, ''Fool Me Once, Shame on You; Fool Me Twice, I Punch Your Face!'' is rendered on screen as ''一回私をだます!恥!二回私をだます!パンチ!罰!''[[note]]Ikkai watashi o damasu! Haji! Ni-kai watashi o damasu! Panchi! Batsu![[/note]], translating to, "Fool me once! Shame! Fool me twice! Punch! Punishment!"
***The stage of the gameshow reads "恥、罰"[[note]]"Haji, batsu"[[/note]], or "Shame, Punishment."
***When Clive fools Shinehara a second time, the screen reads, "すごい[[note]]Sugoi[[/note]], or "Cool!"
***"Baka" ("ばか")
in "Baka Blitz" translates roughly to "Idiot"."Idiot", though "バカ" is more common in current usage. The audience bleachers are also labelled with "ばか".
***The tank of wasabi is labelled correctly as "わさび". Ditto for the "Port of Japan" ("日本港")[[note]]"Nihon Minato"[[/note]] sign.
***After the Punching the Liars video is shown, Mordecai, Rigby and Benson are shown mortified. Their shock is captioned with "心配して?" [[note]]"Shinpai shite?"[[/note]], meaning "[Are you] worried?"
***Annoucerbot's final words are, "ごめんなさい、シネハラ先輩。[[note]]"Gomen-nasai, Shinehara-senpai"[[/note]], meaning, "I'm sorry, Shinehara-[[UsefulNotes/JapaneseHonorifics senpai]]."
28th Jun '17 11:23:55 AM Franco-America2018
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* CassetteFuturism: It has a very '80s (with some '90s) feel to it, despite being set in the present day (2010s). (One episode had the characters time travel to the actual 1980s.) All video graphics are 8-bit, the music is mostly Hair Metal, and some episodes ape early-MTV music video techniques, their current United States president look pretty like Bill Clinton and Skips backstory of how becoming mortal have 1980s high school tropes-like atmosphere despite set in ''the 1800s''.

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* CassetteFuturism: It has a very '80s (with some '90s) feel to it, despite being set in the present day (2010s). (One episode had the characters time travel to the actual 1980s.) All video graphics are 8-bit, the music is mostly Hair Metal, and some episodes ape early-MTV music video techniques, their current United States president look pretty like Bill Clinton and Skips backstory of how becoming mortal immortal have 1980s high school tropes-like atmosphere despite set in ''the 1800s''.
28th Jun '17 11:22:26 AM Franco-America2018
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* CassetteFuturism: It has a very '80s feel to it, despite being set in the present day. (One episode had the characters time travel to the actual 1980s.) All video graphics are 8-bit, the music is mostly Hair Metal, and some episodes ape early-MTV music video techniques.

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* CassetteFuturism: It has a very '80s (with some '90s) feel to it, despite being set in the present day.day (2010s). (One episode had the characters time travel to the actual 1980s.) All video graphics are 8-bit, the music is mostly Hair Metal, and some episodes ape early-MTV music video techniques.techniques, their current United States president look pretty like Bill Clinton and Skips backstory of how becoming mortal have 1980s high school tropes-like atmosphere despite set in ''the 1800s''.
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