History ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill / WesternAnimation

7th Jun '16 4:24:40 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** The absurdity of the overkills, however, sometimes went beyond physics, as, on two separate occasions, the Megas opened up its chest, and out came the main gun of an iconic anime spaceship - the first, in the pilot episode, was the main cannon and front hull of the ''Anime/BattlestarYamato'' from the series of the same name; and the second, in an episode close to the series finale, was the main guns of the SDF-1 Macross from ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''.

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** The absurdity of the overkills, however, sometimes went beyond physics, as, on two separate occasions, the Megas opened up its chest, and out came the main gun of an iconic anime spaceship - the first, in the pilot episode, was the main cannon and front hull of the ''Anime/BattlestarYamato'' ''Yamato'' from the series of the same name; ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato''; and the second, in an episode close to the series finale, was the main guns of the SDF-1 Macross from ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''.
7th Jun '16 4:23:00 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** The absurdity of the overkills, however, sometimes went beyond physics, as, on two separate occasions, the Megas opened up its chest, and out came the main gun of an iconic anime spaceship - the first, in the pilot episode, was the main cannon and front hull of the ''Battlestar Yamato'' from the series of the same name; and the second, in an episode close to the series finale, was the main guns of the SDF-1 Macross from ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''.

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** The absurdity of the overkills, however, sometimes went beyond physics, as, on two separate occasions, the Megas opened up its chest, and out came the main gun of an iconic anime spaceship - the first, in the pilot episode, was the main cannon and front hull of the ''Battlestar Yamato'' ''Anime/BattlestarYamato'' from the series of the same name; and the second, in an episode close to the series finale, was the main guns of the SDF-1 Macross from ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross''.
21st Jan '16 9:34:54 AM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' episode The Red Ball, a referee supposedly commits suicide (but is actually murdered) by strangling himself, jumping off a bridge and overdosing on amphetamines.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' episode The "The Red Ball, Ball", a referee supposedly commits suicide (but is actually murdered) by strangling himself, jumping off a bridge and overdosing on amphetamines.
14th Nov '15 4:51:55 PM nombretomado
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* RobotChicken presents [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SlWegS2sS0 how to kill a werewolf.]]

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* RobotChicken ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' presents [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SlWegS2sS0 how to kill a werewolf.]]
8th Jun '15 10:46:10 AM themisterfree
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* This is Jimbo and Ned's preferred hunting method in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''; in "Volcano", they say a deer looks to be about a 46-gauge; cut to Jimbo firing a bazooka at it. When they fish (in ab boat named ''U.S.S. Fishkiller'', they first throw grenades into the water, before launching some sort of missile down into the lake, killing every fish. And when they unknowingly hunt Cartman (in disguise as a creature he made up), he uses some sort of missile-firing harness thing. Then, in "The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka", in order to skirt hunting regulations, they now claim they always have to "Thin out the numbers" of animals; Ned promptly roasts some deer with a flamethrower, and Jimbo then states that they're gonna use napalm on beavers.

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* This is Jimbo and Ned's preferred hunting method in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''; in "Volcano", they say a deer looks to be about a 46-gauge; cut to Jimbo firing a bazooka at it. When they fish (in ab a boat named ''U.S.S. Fishkiller'', Fishkiller''), they first throw grenades into the water, before launching some sort of missile down into the lake, killing every fish. And when they unknowingly hunt Cartman (in disguise as a creature he made up), he uses some sort of missile-firing harness thing. Then, in "The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka", in order to skirt hunting regulations, they now claim they always have to "Thin out the numbers" of animals; Ned promptly roasts some deer with a flamethrower, and Jimbo then states that they're gonna use napalm on beavers.
8th Jun '15 10:45:36 AM themisterfree
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* This is Jimbo and Ned's preferred hunting method in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''; in "Volcano", they say a deer looks to be about a 46-gauge; cut to Jimbo firing a bazooka at it. And when they unknowingly hunt Cartman (in disguise as a creature he made up), he uses some sort of missile-firing harness thing. Then, in "The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka", in order to skirt hunting regulations, they now claim they always have to "Thin out the numbers" of animals; Ned promptly roasts some deer with a flamethrower, and Jimbo then states that they're gonna use napalm on beavers.

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* This is Jimbo and Ned's preferred hunting method in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''; in "Volcano", they say a deer looks to be about a 46-gauge; cut to Jimbo firing a bazooka at it. When they fish (in ab boat named ''U.S.S. Fishkiller'', they first throw grenades into the water, before launching some sort of missile down into the lake, killing every fish. And when they unknowingly hunt Cartman (in disguise as a creature he made up), he uses some sort of missile-firing harness thing. Then, in "The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka", in order to skirt hunting regulations, they now claim they always have to "Thin out the numbers" of animals; Ned promptly roasts some deer with a flamethrower, and Jimbo then states that they're gonna use napalm on beavers.
1st Jun '15 5:44:58 PM themisterfree
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--> '''Rocket:''' ''100%''...

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--> '''Rocket:''' ''100%''...''100%''...
* This is Jimbo and Ned's preferred hunting method in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''; in "Volcano", they say a deer looks to be about a 46-gauge; cut to Jimbo firing a bazooka at it. And when they unknowingly hunt Cartman (in disguise as a creature he made up), he uses some sort of missile-firing harness thing. Then, in "The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka", in order to skirt hunting regulations, they now claim they always have to "Thin out the numbers" of animals; Ned promptly roasts some deer with a flamethrower, and Jimbo then states that they're gonna use napalm on beavers.
7th May '15 4:46:53 AM TokoWH
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** Naturally, Coop's affinity for overkilling was [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded on more than one occasion.]] One memorable example is when Coop rapidly pressed the target button until the MonsterOfTheWeek had nothing by target reticles on it in Mega's on screen hub.

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** Naturally, Coop's affinity for overkilling was [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded on more than one occasion.]] One memorable example is when Coop rapidly pressed the target button until the MonsterOfTheWeek had nothing by target reticles on it in Mega's Megas' on screen hub.
5th May '15 5:45:57 AM TokoWH
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--> "Um... Coop? Overkill?"
--> "Yeah... [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Do more!]]"

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--> "Um... '''Kiva:''' ''"Um... Coop? Overkill?"
Overkill?"''
--> "Yeah... '''Jamie:''' ''"Yeah... [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Do more!]]"more!]]"''
5th May '15 5:41:17 AM TokoWH
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** Naturally, Coop's affinity for overkilling was [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded on more than one occasion.]] One memorable example is when Coop rapidly pressed the target button until the MonsterOfTheWeek had nothing by target reticles on it in Mega's on screen hub.
--> "Um... Coop? Overkill?"
--> "Yeah... [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Do more!]]"
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