History Series / Outnumbered

22nd Jun '15 4:06:53 PM Anddrix
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* ProtagonistCenteredMorality: Pete and Sue are disturbingly okay with [[spoiler: Angela and her young stepdaughter returning to an abusive husband and father.]]
26th Apr '15 9:54:02 PM tenryufan
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* ActorAllusion: In Series 4, there's a scene where Pete is flicking through TV channels and is disappointed at finding nothing but [[Series/MockTheWeek panel games]]. There are also references to Creator/FrankieBoyle and his stand-up act. Hugh Dennis worked with Boyle on the panel gameshow ''Series/MockTheWeek'' for several years.
24th Nov '14 5:41:41 AM moloch
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* CelebrityParadox: Of a type; in series 4, Ben uses a Creator/FrankieBoyle joke in his act for the school talent show.
[[note]]In case this doesn't make sense, Hugh Dennis (Pete) and Frankie Boyle used to appear on ''Series/MockTheWeek'' together.[[/note]]

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* CelebrityParadox: Of a type; in series 4, Ben uses a Creator/FrankieBoyle joke in his act for the school talent show.
[[note]]In case this doesn't make sense,
show. Hugh Dennis (Pete) and Frankie Boyle used to appear on ''Series/MockTheWeek'' together.[[/note]]
16th Jun '14 3:51:15 AM Aquila89
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* InnocentSwearing: Karen in "The School Run":
-->'''Karen:''' What's a twat? ''(Pete looks at her surprised)'' Twat.
-->'''Pete:''' It's not a very nice word for children to use. Where did you hear that - you've been watching ''Trisha'' or something?
-->'''Karen:''' No, last night when you were arguing with Mum.
15th Jun '14 12:23:18 PM Aquila89
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* DueToTheDead: In "The Dead Mouse", Karen gives a funeral to a mouse that was killed by her parents.

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* DueToTheDead: In "The Dead Mouse", Karen gives a funeral to asks for the body of a mouse that was killed by her parents.parents, saying that she wants to give it "a proper funeral" because "it needs closure". She buries the mouse in the garden and makes a speech:
23rd May '14 5:00:54 PM MartinJS
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* InnocentInaccurate: In "The Wedding", Karen overhears her parents saying that one of the bride's ex-boyfriends is "a guest of Her Majesty" (a British slang term for a prisoner). She asks the bride whether he's at the Buckingham Palace.

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* InnocentInaccurate: In "The Wedding", Karen overhears her parents saying that one of the bride's ex-boyfriends is "a guest of Her Majesty" (a British slang term for a prisoner). She asks the bride whether he's at the Buckingham Palace. Palace.
** Karen's friend Alexa recalling an argument between her parents "I heard the F word, the S word, the K word...". Pete notes that 'the K word' is "probably a spelling thing"
** Karen thinks her friend Steph's mum is a lesbian. In fact she's Lebanese.
10th May '14 1:32:17 PM pi4t
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** In the earlier stories, Karen also drew pictures which qualify. For example: a cow...which has escaped captivity because it didn't want to be eaten, and is now murdering all the burger-eaters...
-->'''Sue:''' That's...lovely, darling.
--> (Karen leaves the room)
--> "It's...weird."
10th May '14 1:20:26 PM pi4t
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** Similiar instance in the final episode of Season 1. After [[spoiler: Angela spoils the family's plan to go traveling]], Ben is talking about all of the things he's missed out on. Pete says at one point "I'm sure we can arrange for you to be chased by a tiger." Jake enters the room.
25th Apr '14 5:30:48 PM MartinJS
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* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Both Ben and Karen are this to Jake. Though you can't really blame him when they start discussing how to get him a girlfriend. Ben moreso then Karen, however.

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* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Both Ben and Karen are this to Jake. Though you can't really blame him when they start discussing how to get him a girlfriend. Ben moreso more so then Karen, however.



--> '''Pete:''' ''(hopeful)'' Yeah, OK. ''(looks closer, becomes despondent)'' Oh no, he's one of those toy policemen, well he'll only give us a leaflet.

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--> '''Pete:''' ''(hopeful)'' Yeah, OK. ''(looks closer, becomes despondent)'' Oh no, he's one of those toy policemen, well he'll only give us a leaflet. [[note]]An apparent reference to Police Community Support Officers, unpaid volunteer police staff in the UK pften mocked as 'plastic policemen' for their supposed inability to contribute in the heat of the moment.[[/note]]
25th Apr '14 5:39:05 AM LongLiveHumour
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{{BBC1}} half-hour sitcom, which aired its first season over two weeks in 2007, and its second over seven weeks in 2008. It got a UsefulNotes/ComicRelief special and a Christmas special in 2009, followed by a third series (plus Sport Relief special) in 2010 and a fourth (plus Christmas special) in 2011. A stand-alone Christmas special aired on Christmas Eve 2012 and the fifth and final series aired in 2014.

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{{BBC1}} Creator/{{BBC}}1 half-hour sitcom, which aired its first season over two weeks in 2007, and its second over seven weeks in 2008. It got a UsefulNotes/ComicRelief special and a Christmas special in 2009, followed by a third series (plus Sport Relief special) in 2010 and a fourth (plus Christmas special) in 2011. A stand-alone Christmas special aired on Christmas Eve 2012 and the fifth and final series aired in 2014.
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