History Series / YesDear

11th Nov '17 4:18:29 AM jormis29
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* MundaneMadeAwesome: With the help of Dominic, Jimmy discovers Greg is working at Chuck E Cheese rather than accepting a job offer from him. What should usually be a mundane drama moment on their "Who owes who." relationship, turns into a hilariously awesome search for Greg. This ends in a climactic chase between the two, the latter in a Chuck E Cheese costume while the {{Series/SWAT}} theme plays with Greg escaping on a skateboard and Jimmy crashing a scooter.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: With the help of Dominic, Jimmy discovers Greg is working at Chuck E Cheese rather than accepting a job offer from him. What should usually be a mundane drama moment on their "Who owes who." relationship, turns into a hilariously awesome search for Greg. This ends in a climactic chase between the two, the latter in a Chuck E Cheese costume while the {{Series/SWAT}} ''{{Series/SWAT|1975}}'' theme plays with Greg escaping on a skateboard and Jimmy crashing a scooter.
7th Nov '17 7:52:31 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* MovieTheaterEpisode:
** In "Walk Like a Man", Greg tries to prove to Sammy that he can be a PapaWolf so that Sammy will see him more as a manly father than his wimpy older brother. At one point, the Warner and Hughes families go to the movie theater, where Greg gets into a scuffle with a talkative and much larger man and is apprehensive about fighting it out. When Greg sees Sammy about to eat a candy bar with peanuts in it, Greg punches the man to rush over to his son, knowing that Sammy is allergic to peanuts. [[spoiler:In TheStinger, it is revealed that Sammy was fully aware of what was going on, and [[WoundedGazelleGambit deliberately tried to eat the candy bar]] so that Greg would see what was happening, man up, and score a win.]]
** In "Natural Born Delinquents", the Warner and Hughes families go to the movie theater, when Dominic and Logan fight over a bag of Cheetos and spill them all over Greg's car. While Kim, Jimmy, Christine, Sammy, and Emily go see the movie and go to the arcade afterwards, Greg stays behind to discipline Dominic and Logan, telling them they can't see the movie until after they pick up the Cheetos. Dominic and Logan miss the movie and the arcade, but find much more enjoyment in torturing Greg.
12th Aug '17 10:53:16 AM SpideyTerry
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* IndyPloy: How Jimmy solved Dominic's lying problem in "Spanks, But No Spanks". He tried yelling, spanking, and bribing him with a trip to a go-kart track, but it all failed. Dominic asks if they're still going racing, and Jimmy says no. When told he promised they'd go, it suddenly occurs to Jimmy to go with ILied and claim he deliberately set out to show Dominic how bad it feels to be lied to. It works and Dominic goes to his room to think about this, leaving Jimmy and Christine to wonder what he'll do once he figures out they always make this stuff up as they go along.


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* WoundedGazelleGambit: Greg spends one episode worrying about repeating a cycle of weak-willed fathers, so he wants to prove to Sammy that he's a PapaWolf. While at the movie theater, Greg gets into an altercation with a much larger man and was apprehensive about fighting it out. Then he saw Sammy about to eat food he's allergic to, so Greg punched the guy out and ran over to his son. The ending, however, reveals Sammy was fully aware of what was going on and deliberately motioned towards the food so that Greg would see what was happening, man up, and score a win.
24th Jul '17 7:33:18 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* NatureTinkling: In "Who's On First?", this is how the Hughes family potty-trained Dominic and Logan[[note]]the former of whom had to learn in the snow[[/note]], much to the ire of Greg, who owns the guest house and the backyard they live in. Eventually, Greg decides to try it with Sammy behind Kim's back after several unsuccessful attempts to potty-train him. Kim finds out about this and is not pleased.


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* ToiletTrainingPlot: In "Who's On First?", Jimmy and Christine potty-train Logan through NatureTinkling, which inspires Greg and Kim to start potty-training Sammy in a more civilized way. After several unsuccessful attempts while Logan is potty-trained in three days, Greg decides to potty-train Sammy Jimmy and Christine's way behind Kim's back.
29th Jun '17 12:47:53 PM JohnnyHuang
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* TokenMinority: Roy.
30th May '17 6:18:42 PM JohnnyHuang
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* IronicEcho: During the episode "Pimpin' Ain't Easy", Logan decides to be dressed only in underwear as protest to being given hand-me-down clothes once he finds out all of his clothes once belonged to Dominic. When a cop intervenes upon seeing him and Christine out in the street late in the episode, this takes place, much to Christine's chagrin:
-->'''Officer''': Ma'am, he'd better get clothed, or someone will be in jail.
-->'''Christine''': That's right, Logan. You'd better put on those hand-me-down clothes, or you're going to be in jail.
-->'''Officer''': Ma'am... I was referring to ''you''.
-->'''Logan''': (Turning to Christine) You'd better buy me new clothes, or you're going to be in jail!


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* SpeedDating: The episode "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Speed Dating]]". Billy drags Jimmy along with it due to Billy's lack of confidence, but then Greg does it when he wishes to get more matches than Jimmy to prove his own manhood, and then Greg and Jimmy try to compete over a woman who separately becomes a match for both of them...
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.
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