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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''.
28th Oct '16 11:57:20 AM Premonition45
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** In the retelling of ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' from "Tales From The Public", Odysseus (Homer) is told by Circe (Lindsey Naegle) that to return to Ithaca, he has to cross the river Styx. Cut to Homer sailing down the river as Music/{{Styx}}'s "Lady" plays with skeletons headbanging.

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** In the retelling of ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' from "Tales From The Public", Odysseus (Homer) is told by Circe (Lindsey Naegle) that to return to Ithaca, he has to cross travel through Hades, crossing the river Styx. Cut to Homer sailing down the river as Music/{{Styx}}'s "Lady" plays with skeletons headbanging.
25th Oct '16 10:37:08 AM Premonition45
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** Still another: Krusty the Clown once mentioned that he and Bette Midler once owned a horse together, and named it "Krudler". For those who didn't get it, the more appropriate name is revealed in the DVDCommentary of the episode: [[spoiler:Misty]]

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** Still another: In "Krusty Gets Kancelled", Krusty the Clown once mentioned that he and Bette Midler once owned a horse together, and named it "Krudler". For those who didn't get it, the more appropriate name is revealed in the DVDCommentary of the episode: [[spoiler:Misty]]



** "Sneed's Feed & Seed (Formerly Chuck's)"

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** In "E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt)", Homer goes to a shop called "Sneed's Feed & Seed (Formerly Chuck's)"Chuck's)".



** Apu attended the Springfield Heights Institute of Technology.
** "I'm Dick Tracy! Take that, Pruneface! Now I'm Pruneface. Take that, Dick Tracy! Now I'm Prune Tracy. Take that--" (''[[CurseCutShort is physically subdued]]'')

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** In "Much Apu About Nothing", Apu attended the Springfield Heights Institute of Technology.
** In "Hurricane Neddy", Ned Flanders watches a film of his younger, aggressive, hyperactive self:
-->'''Young Ned:'''
"I'm Dick Tracy! Franchise/DickTracy! Take that, Pruneface! Now I'm Pruneface. Take that, Dick Tracy! Now I'm Prune Tracy. Take that--" (''[[CurseCutShort is physically subdued]]'')


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** In the retelling of ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' from "Tales From The Public", Odysseus (Homer) is told by Circe (Lindsey Naegle) that to return to Ithaca, he has to cross the river Styx. Cut to Homer sailing down the river as Music/{{Styx}}'s "Lady" plays with skeletons headbanging.
-->'''Homer:''' [[TakeThat Oh, it truly is Hell]]!
22nd Oct '16 7:19:05 AM Siempie
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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.
14th Oct '16 10:20:03 AM JMQwilleran
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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."
19th Sep '16 8:15:35 AM jccw227
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** In the episode, "Grimm Job", Peter, in a parody of Literature/JackAndTheBeanstalk, picks up a newspaper and reads, "Mary Davis gives birth to... lamb?!" In other words: [[spoiler: Mary had a little lamb.]]
25th Jul '16 12:02:41 PM REV6Pilot
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** In "Secret of My Excess", Spike goes on a greedy rampage through Ponyville. Part of that includes going to Sugarcube Corner and stealing all the cakes. Pinkie Pie immediately calls out, "How dare you take the cake!" This is a subtle reference to the phrase "taking the cake."

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** In "Secret of My Excess", Excess":
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Spike goes on a greedy rampage through Ponyville. Part of that includes going to Sugarcube Corner and stealing all the cakes. Pinkie Pie immediately calls out, "How dare you take the cake!" This is a subtle reference to the phrase "taking the cake."


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*** When the Wonderbolts are maneuvering around grown Spike, at one point they cut through his head barbs, with only a short bit that looks like a soldier's haircut remaining. That's because they {{buzz|ingTheDeck}}ed him.
13th Jun '16 3:30:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* In Hanna-Barbera's 1972 show ''TheRomanHolidays'', the family son is named Happius, or Happy for short.
* ''LittlestPetShop2012'':

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* In Hanna-Barbera's 1972 show ''TheRomanHolidays'', ''WesternAnimation/TheRomanHolidays'', the family son is named Happius, or Happy for short.
* ''LittlestPetShop2012'':''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'':
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