History WesternAnimation / WaitTillYourFatherGetsHome

5th Jan '16 6:12:34 AM KorenSteen
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** The intro includes a sequence where Alice meets her date by the door only to come back with her hair a mess and one of her sleeves stretched out. [[note]]In the pilot, she takes on this appearance too with the explanation that the date her dad set for her [[DateRapeAverted tried to pull her in his car]].[[/note]] The accompanying lyric while it all happens certainly doesn't help. --> '''Irma''' (singing): ''Kids today like to have their own way / And what Daddy doesn't know won't hurt him''.
5th Jan '16 5:57:04 AM KorenSteen
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* ThePilot: Was an episode of the ''Series/LoveAmericanStyle'' as mentioned above.
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* ThePilot: Was an episode of the ''Series/LoveAmericanStyle'' anthology as mentioned above.
5th Jan '16 5:51:30 AM KorenSteen
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In the pilot, Chet was introduced as having finished college though he was still unemployed, the family had a maid working for them, and Jamie is nowhere yet to be seen. Design wise, everything looked the same though Harry had a small brown patch of hair in contrast to his CharlieBrownBaldness in the series proper. ** Harry Boyle was also drastically different. He was [[HairTriggerTemper much more hotheaded]], difficult to be reasoned with, yelled a lot and was even prone to threats of violence when he lets his anger get the best of him.
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In the pilot, Chet was introduced as having finished college though he was instead of dropping-out (though he's still unemployed, unemployed), the family had a maid working for them, and Jamie is nowhere yet to be seen. Design wise, everything looked the same though Harry had a small brown patch of hair in contrast to his CharlieBrownBaldness in the series proper. ** Harry Boyle was also drastically different. He While still conservative, he was [[HairTriggerTemper much more hotheaded]], difficult to be reasoned with, yelled a lot and was even prone to threats of violence when he lets his anger get the best of him.
5th Jan '16 5:47:28 AM KorenSteen
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In the pilot, Chet was introduced as having finished college though he was still unemployed, the family had a maid working for them, and Jamie is nowhere yet to be seen. Design wise, everything looked the same though Harry had a small brown patch of hair in contrast to his CharlieBrownBaldness in the series proper. ** Harry Boyle was also drastically different. He was [[HairTriggerTemper much more hotheaded]], difficult to be reasoned with, yelled a lot and was even prone to threats of violence when he lets his anger get the best of him.

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* ThePilot: Was an episode of the ''Series/LoveAmericanStyle'' as mentioned above.
24th Oct '15 6:28:47 PM nombretomado
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For two years this was Hanna-Barbera's second most popular primetime animated show, and as a result a number of [[SpecialGuest celebrity guest stars]] appeared in the second season, including perennial favorites such as Creator/JonathanWinters, Creator/DonKnotts, [[Series/GetSmart Don Adams]] and Phyllis Diller. Though it didn't last as long as ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', it was the inspiration for FOX's dysfunctional family animated sitcoms that became popular in the 1990s and the 2000s (''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', and all of Creator/SethMacFarlane's dysfunctional family shows, with ''King of the Hill'' being the most like it in tone and characterization. ''The Simpsons'' uses the show's penchant for guest star appearances and creating stories based on social issues of the day while Seth [=MacFarlane=] pretty much redesigned and [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] Harry, Irma, Chet, Alice, Jamie, and Julius the dog as Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie, and Brian for ''FamilyGuy''; Stan, Francine, Steve, Hayley, Roger, and Klaus for ''AmericanDad''; and Cleveland, Donna, Cleveland Jr., Rallo, and Roberta[[note]]the Browns-Tubbs have a pet dog, but he isn't prominently featured and the only talking animals ''TheClevelandShow'' has are Tim the Bear, Tim's wife Ariana, and Tim's stoner son, Raymond[[/note]] for ''TheClevelandShow'').
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For two years this was Hanna-Barbera's second most popular primetime animated show, and as a result a number of [[SpecialGuest celebrity guest stars]] appeared in the second season, including perennial favorites such as Creator/JonathanWinters, Creator/DonKnotts, [[Series/GetSmart Don Adams]] and Phyllis Diller. Though it didn't last as long as ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', it was the inspiration for FOX's dysfunctional family animated sitcoms that became popular in the 1990s and the 2000s (''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', and all of Creator/SethMacFarlane's dysfunctional family shows, with ''King of the Hill'' being the most like it in tone and characterization. ''The Simpsons'' uses the show's penchant for guest star appearances and creating stories based on social issues of the day while Seth [=MacFarlane=] pretty much redesigned and [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] Harry, Irma, Chet, Alice, Jamie, and Julius the dog as Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie, and Brian for ''FamilyGuy''; ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''; Stan, Francine, Steve, Hayley, Roger, and Klaus for ''AmericanDad''; ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad''; and Cleveland, Donna, Cleveland Jr., Rallo, and Roberta[[note]]the Browns-Tubbs have a pet dog, but he isn't prominently featured and the only talking animals ''TheClevelandShow'' ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'' has are Tim the Bear, Tim's wife Ariana, and Tim's stoner son, Raymond[[/note]] for ''TheClevelandShow''). ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'').
29th Sep '15 9:49:39 PM toongrrl1990
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* [[BigBeautifulWoman Plump Pretty Teen Girl]]: Alice is the 2nd rotund person in her family and yet is drawn prettier than her parents and older brother and doesn't have much trouble getting dates, also wearing bikinis, mini skirts, and a see through dress with no qualms about her figure.

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* [[BigBeautifulWoman Plump Pretty Teen Girl]]: Alice is the 2nd rotund person in her family and yet is drawn prettier than her parents and older brother and doesn't have much trouble getting dates, also wearing bikinis, mini skirts, and a see through dress with no qualms about her figure.
29th Sep '15 9:49:01 PM toongrrl1990
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* BigEater: Alice.
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* [[BigBeautifulWoman Plump Pretty Teen Girl]]: Alice is the 2nd rotund person in her family and yet is drawn prettier than her parents and older brother and doesn't have much trouble getting dates, also wearing bikinis, mini skirts, and a see through dress with no qualms about her figure. * BigEater: Alice.Alice, she even eats chocolates while doing her exercises.

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* BigEater: Alice.WeightWoe: One episode had Alice despondent that a new boy at school wouldn't notice her due to her weight, so she ends up dieting miserably, and her parents get in on the act; with Harry being miserable without burgers (thin Ralph talking about his meals doesn't help) and the slimmer Irma noting that if she dieted in high school, she would've gotten a cute boy.
28th Aug '15 12:41:27 PM phoenix
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* BeeAfraid: In one episode, Harry gets two unwanted visitors -- a colony of bees and a bumbling live-in exterminator played by Don Knotts.

* EverythingsWorseWithBees: In one episode, Harry gets two unwanted visitors -- a colony of bees and a bumbling live-in exterminator played by Don Knotts.
19th Apr '15 4:03:51 PM Wartzanall
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For two years this was Hanna-Barbera's second most popular primetime animated show, and as a result a number of [[SpecialGuest celebrity guest stars]] appeared in the second season, including perennial favorites such as Creator/JonathanWinters, Creator/DonKnotts, [[Series/GetSmart Don Adams]] and Phyllis Diller. Though it didn't last as long as ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', it was the inspiration for FOX's dysfunctional family animated sitcoms that became popular in the 1990s and the 2000s (''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', and all of Creator/SethMacFarlane's dysfunctional family shows, with ''King of the Hill'' being the most like it in tone and characterization. ''The Simpsons'' uses the show's penchant for guest star appearances and creating stories based on social issues of the day while ''Family Guy'' and ''American Dad'' pretty much redesigned and [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] Harry, Irma, Chet, Alice, Jamie, and Julius the dog as Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie, and Brian for ''FamilyGuy''; Stan, Francine, Steve, Hayley, Roger, and Klaus for ''AmericanDad''; and Cleveland, Donna, Cleveland Jr., Rallo, and Roberta[[note]]the Browns-Tubbs have a pet dog, but he isn't prominently featured and the only talking animals ''TheClevelandShow'' has are Tim the Bear, Tim's wife Ariana, and Tim's stoner son, Raymond[[/note]] for ''TheClevelandShow'').
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For two years this was Hanna-Barbera's second most popular primetime animated show, and as a result a number of [[SpecialGuest celebrity guest stars]] appeared in the second season, including perennial favorites such as Creator/JonathanWinters, Creator/DonKnotts, [[Series/GetSmart Don Adams]] and Phyllis Diller. Though it didn't last as long as ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', it was the inspiration for FOX's dysfunctional family animated sitcoms that became popular in the 1990s and the 2000s (''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', and all of Creator/SethMacFarlane's dysfunctional family shows, with ''King of the Hill'' being the most like it in tone and characterization. ''The Simpsons'' uses the show's penchant for guest star appearances and creating stories based on social issues of the day while ''Family Guy'' and ''American Dad'' Seth [=MacFarlane=] pretty much redesigned and [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] Harry, Irma, Chet, Alice, Jamie, and Julius the dog as Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie, and Brian for ''FamilyGuy''; Stan, Francine, Steve, Hayley, Roger, and Klaus for ''AmericanDad''; and Cleveland, Donna, Cleveland Jr., Rallo, and Roberta[[note]]the Browns-Tubbs have a pet dog, but he isn't prominently featured and the only talking animals ''TheClevelandShow'' has are Tim the Bear, Tim's wife Ariana, and Tim's stoner son, Raymond[[/note]] for ''TheClevelandShow'').
19th Apr '15 4:02:04 PM Wartzanall
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For two years this was Hanna-Barbera's second most popular primetime animated show, and as a result a number of [[SpecialGuest celebrity guest stars]] appeared in the second season, including perennial favorites such as Creator/JonathanWinters, Creator/DonKnotts, [[Series/GetSmart Don Adams]] and Phyllis Diller. Though it didn't last as long as ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', it was the inspiration for FOX's dysfunctional family animated sitcoms that became popular in the 1990s and the 2000s (''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', and all of Creator/SethMacFarlane's dysfunctional family shows, with ''King of the Hill'' being the most like it in tone and characterization. ''The Simpsons'' uses the show's penchant for guest star appearances and creating stories based on social issues of the day while ''Family Guy'' and ''American Dad'' pretty much redesigned and [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] Harry, Irma, Chet, Alice, Jamie, and the dog as Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie, and Brian and later, Stan, Francine, Steve, Hayley, Roger, and Klaus).
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For two years this was Hanna-Barbera's second most popular primetime animated show, and as a result a number of [[SpecialGuest celebrity guest stars]] appeared in the second season, including perennial favorites such as Creator/JonathanWinters, Creator/DonKnotts, [[Series/GetSmart Don Adams]] and Phyllis Diller. Though it didn't last as long as ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', it was the inspiration for FOX's dysfunctional family animated sitcoms that became popular in the 1990s and the 2000s (''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'', and all of Creator/SethMacFarlane's dysfunctional family shows, with ''King of the Hill'' being the most like it in tone and characterization. ''The Simpsons'' uses the show's penchant for guest star appearances and creating stories based on social issues of the day while ''Family Guy'' and ''American Dad'' pretty much redesigned and [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] Harry, Irma, Chet, Alice, Jamie, and Julius the dog as Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie, and Brian and later, for ''FamilyGuy''; Stan, Francine, Steve, Hayley, Roger, and Klaus). Klaus for ''AmericanDad''; and Cleveland, Donna, Cleveland Jr., Rallo, and Roberta[[note]]the Browns-Tubbs have a pet dog, but he isn't prominently featured and the only talking animals ''TheClevelandShow'' has are Tim the Bear, Tim's wife Ariana, and Tim's stoner son, Raymond[[/note]] for ''TheClevelandShow'').
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