History SchmuckBait / WesternAnimation

30th Aug '17 10:20:07 PM KobyFish
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'': In the season 2 episode "Prime Target", [[QuintessentialBritishGentleman Lord Chumley]] places a multitude of traps in his compound to ensnare Optimus Prime. There is a weeping woman that appears to be chained to a large heavy block. He isn't fooled for a second. The two Triplechangers, Blitzwing and Astrotrain, follow, and observe the scene, with Astrotrain wondering why Optimus Prime didn't save her. Blitzwing tells the woman to stop crying and stomps at her (or the block), which immediately snares him and coats him with a green liquid that hardens into an impenetrable crystalline coating. [[note]]It's unclear whether Blitzwing was actually taken in by the trap and trying to save the woman--which is HIGHLY uncharacteristic for a Decepticon--or whether he was simply trying to stomp on the woman (which turned out to be an illusion)[[/note]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'': In the season 2 episode "Prime Target", [[QuintessentialBritishGentleman Lord Chumley]] places a multitude of traps in his compound to ensnare Optimus Prime. There is a weeping woman that appears to be chained to a large heavy block. He Prime isn't fooled for a second. The two Triplechangers, Blitzwing and Astrotrain, follow, and observe the scene, with Astrotrain wondering why Optimus Prime didn't save her. Blitzwing tells the woman to stop crying and stomps at her (or the block), which immediately snares him and coats him with a green liquid that hardens into an impenetrable crystalline coating. [[note]]It's unclear whether Blitzwing was actually taken in by the trap and trying to save the woman--which is HIGHLY uncharacteristic for a Decepticon--or whether he was simply trying to stomp on the woman (which turned out to be an illusion)[[/note]].
30th Aug '17 10:19:21 PM KobyFish
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'': In the season 2 episode "Prime Target", [[QuintessentialBritishGentleman Lord Chumley]] places a multitude of traps in his compound to ensnare Optimus Prime. He comes upon a weeping woman that appears to be chained to a large heavy block. He isn't fooled for a second. The two Triplechangers, Blitzwing and Astrotrain, follow, and observe the scene, with Astrotrain wondering why Optimus Prime didn't save her. Blitzwing tells the woman to stop crying and stomps at her (or the block), which immediately snares him and coats him with a green liquid that hardens into an impenetrable crystalline coating. [[note]]It's unclear whether Blitzwing was actually taken in by the trap and trying to save the woman--which is HIGHLY uncharacteristic for a Decepticon--or whether he was simply trying to stomp on the woman (which turned out to be an illusion)[[/note]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'': In the season 2 episode "Prime Target", [[QuintessentialBritishGentleman Lord Chumley]] places a multitude of traps in his compound to ensnare Optimus Prime. He comes upon There is a weeping woman that appears to be chained to a large heavy block. He isn't fooled for a second. The two Triplechangers, Blitzwing and Astrotrain, follow, and observe the scene, with Astrotrain wondering why Optimus Prime didn't save her. Blitzwing tells the woman to stop crying and stomps at her (or the block), which immediately snares him and coats him with a green liquid that hardens into an impenetrable crystalline coating. [[note]]It's unclear whether Blitzwing was actually taken in by the trap and trying to save the woman--which is HIGHLY uncharacteristic for a Decepticon--or whether he was simply trying to stomp on the woman (which turned out to be an illusion)[[/note]].
30th Aug '17 10:17:26 PM KobyFish
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-->'''Optimus Prime''': Amazing. A booby trap that ''actually catches'' boobies.
30th Aug '17 10:14:31 PM KobyFish
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'': In the season 2 episode "Prime Target", [[QuintessentialBritishGentleman Lord Chumley]] places a multitude of traps in his compound to ensnare Optimus Prime. He comes upon a weeping woman that appears to be chained to a large heavy block. He isn't fooled for a second. The two Triplechangers, Blitzwing and Astrotrain, follow, and observe the scene, with Astrotrain wondering why Optimus Prime didn't save her. Blitzwing tells the woman to stop crying and stomps at her (or the block), which immediately snares him and coats him with a green liquid that hardens into an impenetrable crystalline coating. [[note]]It's unclear whether Blitzwing was actually taken in by the trap and trying to save the woman--which is HIGHLY uncharacteristic for a Decepticon--or whether he was simply trying to stomp on the woman (which turned out to be an illusion)[[/note]].


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5th Jul '17 10:55:19 AM WillBGood
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** In "Hare Remover", Elmer tried to capture a rabbit to use as a test subject for a formula. He decided to use the trick of the box that shuts down when someone pulls the stick. The trick was so old Bugs commented having heard about them from his ''grandfather'' and not believing (until then) he'd see one himself. He deliberately fell for it so whoever bothered setting it wouldn't feel disappointed.

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** In "Hare Remover", Elmer tried to capture a rabbit to use as a test subject for a formula. He decided to use the trick of the box that shuts down when someone pulls the stick.a BoxAndStickTrap. The trick was so old Bugs commented having heard about them from his ''grandfather'' and not believing (until then) he'd see one himself. He deliberately fell for it so whoever bothered setting it wouldn't feel disappointed.
5th Jul '17 10:53:59 AM WillBGood
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*** That the narrator repeatedly shoves Stimpy's face into the button (with his ''butt'' at one point) surely didn't help.
2nd Jun '17 7:30:31 AM TrendingToon1
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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'': Subverted in "The Hero". Brad Starlight insists on taking the long and dangerous route through Lord Drakor's Labyrinth of Delusion because the bright and cheerful-looking shortcut is such an obvious trap, but it turns out to be perfectly safe (though Brad only discovers this ''after'' getting horribly injured).

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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'': Subverted in "The Hero". Brad Starlight insists on taking the long and dangerous route through Lord King Drakor's Labyrinth of Delusion because the bright and cheerful-looking shortcut is such an obvious trap, but it turns out to be perfectly safe (though Brad only discovers this ''after'' getting horribly injured).
2nd Jun '17 7:29:54 AM TrendingToon1
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** In the Season 4 episode "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired!", [[CaptainObvious Mrs. Puff is fired]] and replaced by a drill sergeant. After going over the "no eating" rule, he offers bon-bons. A student eats one and is thrown through the wall.

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** In the Season 4 episode "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired!", [[CaptainObvious Mrs. Puff is fired]] and replaced by a drill sergeant. After going over the "no eating" rule, he offers bon-bons. A Most of the class (including Spongebob) were quiet enough to resist, but one student eats one and is thrown through the wall.
5th Mar '17 7:17:38 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'': Pretty much the entire plot of "Mind the Store, Don't Look in the Drawer".

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* ''TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'': ''WesternAnimation/TheMarvelousMisadventuresOfFlapjack'': Pretty much the entire plot of "Mind the Store, Don't Look in the Drawer".
3rd Feb '17 6:58:35 PM AnotherGuy
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': The box in "The Farnsworth Parabox". Lampshaded by Farnsworth, who muses how enticing the box is because he told them not to open it.
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