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13th Mar '17 4:40:13 PM TheNicestGuy
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* ''{{WesternAnimation/Metalocalypse}}'' shouts out to a lot of metal bands by naming people and places after them, but the episode "Dethtroll" has an especially stealthy example. The band inadvertently wake a troll sleeping in a lake by playing an ancient Finnish song. So it was a {{Music/Finntroll}}.
11th Mar '17 3:33:42 PM nombretomado
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-->'''Wanda:''' Egad, (Tom Sawyer) turned Literature/TheThreeMusketeers into the three [[TheMickeyMouseClub Mouse]]--\\

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-->'''Wanda:''' Egad, (Tom Sawyer) turned Literature/TheThreeMusketeers into the three [[TheMickeyMouseClub [[Series/TheMickeyMouseClub Mouse]]--\\
28th Feb '17 9:55:14 AM TheNicestGuy
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' sometimes works these into the names of villains, especially those that are only seen or mentioned briefly.
** A lame villain named "Brick Frog" appears a few times, but only for a second or two. Since he wears an awful frog costume and throws bricks, you'd think the entirety of the joke is simply how bad he is at being menacing or making any sense. The GeniusBonus is that in masonry jargon a "brick frog" is the indentation in the top of a brick. Which, in a way, makes him [[FridgeBrilliance even lamer]].
** Season six introduced a new villain as Dr. Venture's primary archenemy. Since he is very large, has a blowhole, and uses a unified cetacean theme, it's natural to assume that his name is spelled "Wide Whale". If you pay very close attention, however, you'll spot that it's actually "Wide ''Wale''", which is a variety of corduroy fabric. His suit appears to be made of it.
** A villain dressed as a gecko in a track suit with the Polish coat of arms speaks briefly at a Guild meeting. It's left up to the viewer to deduce that his name is "Warsaw Gecko", a play on the Warsaw Ghetto that the Nazis established after occupying Poland. In the same scene, another villain is essentially baseball player Pete Rose colored purple. His name is "Purple Rose", making a play on PurpleProse.
** "Unicornelius", whose name is only known from WordOfGod, is a background villain who merges Cornelius from ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes1968'' with unicorn features.
26th Feb '17 3:31:47 PM Lullaby22
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* In the ''[[Film/{{Descendants}} Descendants Wicked World]]'' episode "Pair of Sneakers", Mal and Freddie Facilier are searching [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Dr. Facilier's]] shop for a jewel that belonged to Maleficent. One of the places they search is in a mobile hanging from the ceiling with bat-shaped figures on it. In other words, it was a [[spoiler: [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} bat mobile.]]]]

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* In the ''[[Film/{{Descendants}} Descendants Descendants: Wicked World]]'' episode "Pair of Sneakers", Mal and Freddie Facilier are searching [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Dr. Facilier's]] shop for a jewel that belonged to Maleficent. One of the places they search is in a mobile hanging from the ceiling with bat-shaped figures on it. In other words, it was it's a [[spoiler: [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} bat mobile.]]]]
26th Feb '17 3:31:09 PM Lullaby22
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* In the ''[[Film/{{Descendants}}'' Descendants Wicked World]]'' episode "Pair of Sneakers", Mal and Freddie Facilier are searching [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Dr. Facilier's]] shop for a jewel that belonged to Maleficent. One of the places they search is in a mobile hanging from the ceiling with bat-shaped figures on it. In other words, it was a [[spoiler: [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} bat mobile.]]]]

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* In the ''[[Film/{{Descendants}}'' ''[[Film/{{Descendants}} Descendants Wicked World]]'' episode "Pair of Sneakers", Mal and Freddie Facilier are searching [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Dr. Facilier's]] shop for a jewel that belonged to Maleficent. One of the places they search is in a mobile hanging from the ceiling with bat-shaped figures on it. In other words, it was a [[spoiler: [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} bat mobile.]]]]
26th Feb '17 3:30:06 PM Lullaby22
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* In the ''[[Film/{{Descendants}}'' Descendants Wicked World]]'' episode "Pair of Sneakers", Mal and Freddie Facilier are searching [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Dr. Facilier's]] shop for a jewel that belonged to Maleficent. One of the places they search is in a mobile hanging from the ceiling with bat-shaped figures on it. In other words, it was a [[spoiler: [[ComicBook/{{Batman}} bat mobile.]]]]
7th Jan '17 10:45:19 AM nombretomado
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*** And [[WordOfGod to top it off]], when LaurenFaust was [[http://comments.deviantart.com/4/1603670/2216411631 asked]] if the name was an intentional joke, her [[http://comments.deviantart.com/4/1603670/2216416237 response]] was "It passed legal."

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*** And [[WordOfGod to top it off]], when LaurenFaust Creator/LaurenFaust was [[http://comments.deviantart.com/4/1603670/2216411631 asked]] if the name was an intentional joke, her [[http://comments.deviantart.com/4/1603670/2216416237 response]] was "It passed legal."
26th Nov '16 10:13:19 AM DynastiNoble
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. While Pearl ''can'' drive a car (and has been shown doing so multiple times), the episode 'Last one out of Beach City' reveals that she doesn't have a driver's license. She explains that this is because she is from Homeworld, not from Earth, and therefore isn't a citizen of ANY country. In other words, she's an illegal alien.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse''. While Pearl ''can'' drive a car (and has been shown doing so multiple times), the episode 'Last one out "Last One Out of Beach City' City" reveals that she doesn't have a driver's license. She explains that this is because she is from Homeworld, not from Earth, and therefore isn't a citizen of ANY country. In other words, she's an illegal alien.
11th Nov '16 4:56:11 PM thatother1dude
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* In "Doctor Monkey" on the ''Literature/CuriousGeorge'' television show, the narrator comments that "George learned that the thing you need most in a doctor's waiting room... is patience."

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* In "Doctor Monkey" on the ''Literature/CuriousGeorge'' television show, the narrator comments that "George learned that the thing you need most in a doctor's waiting room... is patience."
11th Nov '16 1:56:03 PM snichols1973
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* From the pilot episode of ''WesternAnimation/WeBareBears'' when Grizz is trying to cheer up Panda after a breakup:
-->'''Grizzly''': Cheer up! There are plenty of other girls out there! You're a Panda! You're cute. You're cuddly. You know kung fu.
-->'''Panda''': I don't know kung fu!
-->'''Grizzly''': Yeah, you know what I mean.
** Basically speaking, Panda isn't a ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda''.
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