History StealthPun / WesternAnimation

26th Nov '17 8:02:50 PM nombretomado
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** And in the Japanese dub, the Cassetteicons often call Soundwave [[JapaneseSiblingTerminology aniki]]. In addition to being what gang members call their leader, it also translates to 'big brother.' So, since Soundwave is the Decepticon communications officer who reports treachery to their leader [[spoiler:that means that BigBrotherIsWatching you.]]

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** And in the Japanese dub, the Cassetteicons often call Soundwave [[JapaneseSiblingTerminology [[UsefulNotes/JapaneseSiblingTerminology aniki]]. In addition to being what gang members call their leader, it also translates to 'big brother.' So, since Soundwave is the Decepticon communications officer who reports treachery to their leader [[spoiler:that means that BigBrotherIsWatching you.]]
16th Nov '17 4:43:25 PM rjd1922
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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''. ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
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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. alien.
** Before having her eyes accidentally healed by Steven's healing spit via an IndirectKiss, Connie wore pink-tinted glasses. And in the episode her eyes were healed, Steven is recalling a Gem mission that made him worried about his future with the Crystal Gems. And the last scene, has her taking out the pink lenses before placing them back on her face. In other words, prior to this point, Connie saw Steven's adventures with the Crystal Gems through ''rose-colored glasses''. But, by the end, she is able to ''clearly'' see how stressful Steven's job is.
3rd Nov '17 3:40:08 PM CorahsUncle
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* George Frankly, of ''MathNet'' on ''Series/SquareOneTV'', also visited the island of Nomanissan. (Back when Kate Monday was still his partner, and he was still with the LAPD.) He explained the name as being of Native American origin.

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* %%* George Frankly, of ''MathNet'' ''Mathnet'' on ''Series/SquareOneTV'', also visited the island of Nomanissan. (Back (This was back when Kate Monday was still his partner, and he was still with the LAPD.) He explained the name as being of Native American origin.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' did it a couple times with the limerick about the man from Nantucket. For the record, "There once was a man from Nantucket[[spoiler:/Whose cock was so long he could suck it/And he said, with a grin/As he wiped off his chin/"If my ear were a cunt I would fuck it!.]]"
** "The" limerick? [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/There_once_was_a_man_from_Nantucket There's dozens with that starting line]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' did it a couple of times with the limerick about the man from Nantucket. For the record, "There once was a man from Nantucket[[spoiler:/Whose cock was so long he could suck it/And he said, with a grin/As he wiped off his chin/"If my ear were a cunt I would fuck it!.]]"
** "The" limerick? [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/There_once_was_a_man_from_Nantucket There's There are dozens with that starting line]].line.]]



** The traffic guy for Channel Six News, Arnie Pie, who ''very deliberately'' avoids the painfully obvious pun on his name; his segment, live from the traffic chopper, is called "Arnie in the Sky".

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** The traffic guy for Channel Six 6 News, Arnie Pie, who ''very deliberately'' avoids the painfully obvious pun on his name; his segment, live from the traffic chopper, is called "Arnie in the Sky".



** In "WesternAnimation/AGruesomeTwosome", two alley cats try to fool Tweety by wearing a horse costume. The one in front reveals himself and tells us "I'm the horse's head!" The one in back says nothing.
** "WesternAnimation/BuckarooBugs" has Bugs as a messenger asking which of the two characters lying dazed on the ground is Red Hot Ryder. Red points to his horse's ass before pointing to himself. "WesternAnimation/ScrapHappyDaffy" does a similar gag, with Daffy pointing at a horse's ass and exclaiming "How do ya like that, Schickelgrüber?"

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** In "WesternAnimation/AGruesomeTwosome", two alley cats try to fool Tweety by wearing a horse costume. The one in front reveals himself and tells us us, "I'm the horse's head!" The one in back says nothing.
** "WesternAnimation/BuckarooBugs" has Bugs as a messenger asking which of the two characters lying dazed on the ground is Red Hot Ryder. Red points to his horse's ass before pointing to himself. "WesternAnimation/ScrapHappyDaffy" does a similar gag, with Daffy pointing at a horse's ass and exclaiming exclaiming, "How do ya like that, Schickelgrüber?"
3rd Nov '17 3:28:42 PM CeaselessPhoenicopterine
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**Also, she is Gumball's girlfriend. What does it take to buy a gumball? A penny.
12th Oct '17 2:01:12 AM TwinBird
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* A RunningGag in ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' involves a Chinese restaurant that gives out a papier-mâché duck filled with "sweet-and-sour sauce." The other name of "sweet-and-sour sauce" is never mentioned.
8th Oct '17 5:45:03 AM jormis29
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon "A Gruesome Twosome", two alley cats try to fool Tweety by wearing a horse costume. The one in front reveals himself and tells us "I'm the horse's head!" The one in back says nothing.
** "Buckaroo Bugs" has Bugs as a messenger asking which of the two characters lying dazed on the ground is Red Hot Ryder. Red points to his horse's ass before pointing to himself. "Scrap Happy Daffy" does a similar gag, with Daffy pointing at a horse's ass and exclaiming "How do ya like that, Schickelgrüber?"

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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''
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In the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon "A Gruesome Twosome", "WesternAnimation/AGruesomeTwosome", two alley cats try to fool Tweety by wearing a horse costume. The one in front reveals himself and tells us "I'm the horse's head!" The one in back says nothing.
** "Buckaroo Bugs" "WesternAnimation/BuckarooBugs" has Bugs as a messenger asking which of the two characters lying dazed on the ground is Red Hot Ryder. Red points to his horse's ass before pointing to himself. "Scrap Happy Daffy" "WesternAnimation/ScrapHappyDaffy" does a similar gag, with Daffy pointing at a horse's ass and exclaiming "How do ya like that, Schickelgrüber?"
8th Oct '17 5:14:10 AM Troperinik
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': In Episode 18, Kaeloo gets mad at Mr. Cat for [[spoiler: robbing a supermarket]] and winds up HulkingOut. After this, she starts biting him repeatedly offscreen. She's "chewing him out".
29th Sep '17 7:27:53 AM mr3urious
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* ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' has Bartleburt, a librarian. It's ironic that he's a ghost stump working with books. In other words, he's [[spoiler: a dead tree]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' has Bartleburt, a ghost stump librarian. It's ironic that he's a ghost stump working with books. In other words, very fitting, seeing how he's [[spoiler: a dead tree]].
28th Sep '17 9:03:59 AM mr3urious
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* ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' has Bartleburt, a librarian. It's ironic that he's a ghost stump working with books. In other words, he's [[spoiler: a dead tree]].
27th Sep '17 8:02:37 AM NickBush24
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* The plot of the [[WesternAnimation/MoralOrel Moral Orel]] episode "Grounded" revolves around Orel electrocuting himself.
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