History Series / YesDear

16th Feb '17 11:54:11 AM JohnnyHuang
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* LastSecondWordSwap: On an episode, Kim goes "Oh, shhhhhh...sugar." because there are kids around. One of her nephews looks up at her and says "I know what you ''wanted'' to say."
15th Feb '17 12:25:20 PM JohnnyHuang
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* {{Squick}}: In-Universe example. During the episode ''Speed Dating'', Billy asks Jimmy to go on speed dating with him for moral support, a proposition that Christine refuses to approve of -- that is, until Jimmy tells her that Billy spends many dateless nights fantasizing himself with Christine, a revelation that prompts Christine to tell Jimmy to go along with Billy at once, before hanging up and throwing down her phone in disgust.

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* {{Squick}}: In-Universe example. During the episode ''Speed Dating'', "Speed Dating", Billy asks Jimmy to go on speed dating with him for moral support, a proposition that Christine refuses to approve of -- that is, until Jimmy tells her that Billy spends many dateless nights fantasizing himself with Christine, a revelation that prompts Christine to tell Jimmy to go along with Billy at once, before hanging up and throwing down her phone in disgust.
15th Feb '17 12:24:42 PM JohnnyHuang
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* {{Squick}}: In-Universe example. During the episode ''Speed Dating'', Billy asks Jimmy to go on speed dating with him for moral support, a proposition that Christine refuses to approve of -- that is, until Jimmy tells her that Billy spends many dateless nights fantasizing himself with Christine, a revelation that prompts Christine to tell Jimmy to go along with Billy at once, before hanging up and throwing down her phone in disgust.
13th Jan '17 5:29:30 PM nombretomado
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''Yes, Dear'' is a sitcom set in LosAngeles that ran on Creator/{{CBS}} from 2000 to 2006.

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''Yes, Dear'' is a sitcom set in LosAngeles UsefulNotes/LosAngeles that ran on Creator/{{CBS}} from 2000 to 2006.
18th Nov '16 10:30:55 PM TheCuza
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* HereWeGoAgain: The ending of the final episode, "Should I Bring a Jacket".

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* HereWeGoAgain: The ending of the final episode, "Should I Bring a Jacket". After the Hugheses had finally moved out and had been living in their own house for a season or so, there is a huge storm, during which their house is destroyed by a tree falling on top of it. The last scene has them back on the Warners' doorstep, asking if the guest house is still available.



* IAteWhat: In one episode, Jimmy starts eating a bite of homemade play-dough. After finding out what it is, he asks if it could hurt him, and when told it couldn't, continues eating. Another time he tastes 'yogurt' that is actually Apricot Face Scrub. This time, he doesn't bother to ask if it's safe before he continues eating.

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* IAteWhat: In one episode, Jimmy starts eating a bite of homemade play-dough. After finding out what it is, he asks if it could hurt him, and when told it couldn't, continues eating. Another time he tastes 'yogurt' "yogurt" that is actually Apricot Face Scrub.apricot face scrub. This time, he doesn't bother to ask if it's safe before he continues eating.



* KarmaHoudini: Greg spends the majority of an episode trying to prove that one of Jimmy's kids broke their toilet. He furiously and paranoically ponders ways to punish them for what they did. When it's revealed that Sammy was actually the culprit, everything was immediately forgiven, the family had a nice [[FullHouseMusic Full House]] moment, and they all went to the movies.

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* KarmaHoudini: Greg spends the majority of an episode trying to prove that either Jimmy or one of Jimmy's kids broke their toilet. He furiously and paranoically ponders ways to punish them for what they did. When it's revealed that Sammy was actually the culprit, everything was immediately forgiven, the family had a nice [[FullHouseMusic Full House]] moment, and they all went to the movies.



* ManipulativeBastard: Greg's dad. BumblingDad aside, he successfully manipulated Greg and Kim into naming their newborn daughter Emily. They were being filmed for an episode of ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Baby_Story A Baby Story]]'', and at one point, Tom gets the ConfessionCam to himself and tells a sob story about his beloved aunt and how he always wanted to have a daughter to name after her but only had Greg. Conveniently, Greg and Kim are behind a wall eavesdropping on him. When the TV show sends them all of the footage that was cut from the episode, they find out he knew they were listening and in fact planned it that way all along. It's entirely possible that the story he told wasn't even true.

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* ManipulativeBastard: Greg's dad. BumblingDad aside, he successfully manipulated Greg and Kim into naming their newborn daughter Emily. They were being filmed for an episode of ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Baby_Story A Baby Story]]'', and at one point, Tom gets the ConfessionCam to himself and tells a sob story about his beloved deceased aunt and how who he always wanted to have a name his daughter to name after her after, but was not able to because he only had Greg. Conveniently, Greg and Kim are behind a wall eavesdropping on him. When the TV show sends them all of the footage that was cut from the episode, they find out he knew they were listening and in fact planned it that way all along. It's entirely possible that the story he told wasn't even true.



* NiceHat: Jimmy is rarely ever seen without some kind of cap on his head.

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* NiceHat: Jimmy is rarely ever seen without some kind of cap on his head.head, to the point that Greg suggested that he submit his own record to the Guinness Book for "Most Time Spent Wearing a Hat" (it was rejected).



* PrimalFear: Logan's afraid of the dark, to the point that he would scream if the room he sleeps in is pitch-black, even with his eyes shut.

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* PrimalFear: Logan's Logan is afraid of the dark, to the point that he would scream screams loudly if the nightlight in his room he sleeps in is pitch-black, turned off... [[ExaggeratedTrope even if he's already asleep with his eyes shut.shut]].



--> '''Jimmy''': Oh great. Now I'm gonna have [Greg] here all weekend mooching off me. Sitting on my couch, eating all my food.

--> '''Christine''': Jimmy, you're gonna see [Greg] once in a while at holidays, alright? I mean, its not like we're all gonna move in together.


--> '''Kim''': (after Jimmy convinces her to keep dating Greg) Thanks, Jimmy. I'll think about it. Hey and thanks for letting us crash here this weekend. If I ever have my own house and you need a place to stay for the night, you are always welcome.
--> '''Jimmy''': Thanks for saying that, but I don't really like staying in other people's houses, you know. I just, uh, I just don't feel comfortable.

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--> '''Jimmy''': Oh great. Now I'm gonna have [Greg] here all weekend mooching off me. Sitting on my couch, eating all my food.

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food.\\
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'''Christine''': Jimmy, you're gonna see [Greg] once in a while at holidays, alright? I mean, its not like we're all gonna move in together.


--> '''Kim''':
together.\\
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-->'''Kim''':
(after Jimmy convinces her to keep dating Greg) Thanks, Jimmy. I'll think about it. Hey and thanks for letting us crash here this weekend. If I ever have my own house and you need a place to stay for the night, you are always welcome.
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welcome.\\
'''Jimmy''': Thanks for saying that, but I don't really like staying in other people's houses, you know. I just, uh, I just don't feel comfortable.



* TranquilFury: After weeks of trying to get a contractor to fix a fireplace in "Gordon and Kim", Kim sees the contractor's car in the driveway and vandalizes it with a bat while calmly whistling to herself.

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* TranquilFury: After weeks of trying to get a contractor to fix a fireplace in "Gordon and Kim", Kim sees the contractor's car in the someone else's driveway and vandalizes it with a bat while calmly whistling to herself.



* WimpFight: Greg and a male recurring minor character fight this way.

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* WimpFight: Greg and a male recurring minor character fight this way.way.
-->'''Greg:''' Welp... I beat up a short man in front of his 10-year-old son.
18th Nov '16 10:00:54 PM TheCuza
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In one episode, Christine chews a large gob of gum to relieve stress. Kim comments on it, to which Christine responds in a muffled voice while giving Kim a furious look. When Kim asks Jimmy, who is also present, what Christine says, he replies: "She's telling you to ''love'' yourself."

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In one episode, Christine chews a large gob of gum to relieve stress. Kim comments on it, to which Christine responds Christine's response is unintelligible due to the massive amount of gum in a muffled voice while giving Kim a furious look. her mouth. When Kim asks Jimmy, who is also present, Jimmy what Christine says, just said, he replies: "She's telling replies, "I believe she told you to ''love'' go "love" yourself."
1st Oct '16 7:20:32 PM MarkyVigoroth
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* SnipeHunt: In "Won't Ask, Won't Tell", Christine finds out that Jimmy is deliberately ignoring her when he talks to Greg over the phone. Christine then teams up with Kim, tricking their husbands into picking up a non-existent lamp. When Greg and Jimmy find out that they were tricked into a wild goose chase, they go back home and leave their wives a package... [[{{Pun}} that had an actual wild goose]].
19th Aug '16 2:43:32 PM Monolaf317
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* MakingUseOfTheTwin: Both the twin actors for Sammy are shown toward the end of the episode "Headshot".


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* PottyEmergency: In the episode, "Arm Prins", when Kim tries to sell her titular new invention, Greg is left to babysit Sammy by himself. Because he had not gone to the bathroom in six hours and drank four iced teas during that time, he has to go to the bathroom real bad. While he goes, he occupies Sammy with a ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues'' VHS tape, Which of course, starts Sammy's ''Blue's Clues'' addiction for the rest of the episode.
22nd Jul '16 9:22:52 PM meanmetalmario
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* InsaneTrollLogic: Kim was under the impression that Greg's work assistants were also for her personal use, and drove every one of them to quit because she was ''far'' more demanding than the person they were actually hired to work for. She saw absolutely no difference between her husband's work secretary and her personal errand boy/girl, and even thought she had the authority to ''fire'' them if they ever disobeyed her orders. Greg had no idea this was even going on until he hired Christine. As a family member, she was the only secretary willing to speak up about this, the rest were understandably too scared to ''[[TooDumbToLive tell their boss that is wife is a horrible tyrant]]''.

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* InsaneTrollLogic: Kim was under the impression that Greg's work assistants were also for her personal use, and drove every one of them to quit because she was ''far'' more demanding than the person they were actually hired to work for. She saw absolutely no difference between her husband's work secretary and her personal errand boy/girl, and even thought she had the authority to ''fire'' them if they ever disobeyed her orders. Greg had no idea this was even going on until he hired Christine. As a family member, she was the only secretary willing to speak up about this, the rest were understandably too scared to ''[[TooDumbToLive tell their boss that is wife is a horrible tyrant]]''.
22nd Jul '16 9:22:01 PM meanmetalmario
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* InsaneTrollLogic: Kim seemed to think that Greg's work assistants were also for her personal use. She caused every one of them to quit because she was FAR more demanding than the person they were actually hired to work for. She saw absolutely no difference between her husband's work secretary and her personal errand boy/girl. Greg had no idea this was even going on until he hired Christine as his secretary.

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* InsaneTrollLogic: Kim seemed to think was under the impression that Greg's work assistants were also for her personal use. She caused use, and drove every one of them to quit because she was FAR ''far'' more demanding than the person they were actually hired to work for. She saw absolutely no difference between her husband's work secretary and her personal errand boy/girl. boy/girl, and even thought she had the authority to ''fire'' them if they ever disobeyed her orders. Greg had no idea this was even going on until he hired Christine as his secretary.Christine. As a family member, she was the only secretary willing to speak up about this, the rest were understandably too scared to ''[[TooDumbToLive tell their boss that is wife is a horrible tyrant]]''.
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