Created By: Cartoonboy13able1 on November 8, 2012 Last Edited By: Cartoonboy13able1 on November 19, 2012
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Have a huge character sit on someone else and have that person stuck to their butts

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In most cartoons, there are times when big and heavy characters could accidently or purposely sit on someone to be Squashed Flat, and the big character would stand up and turn around showing the other one stuck to their butt. I'm pretty sure this isn't used in Live-Action TV shows.

Examples

  • Winnie-the-Pooh: At the beginning of "The Backson Song", the Backson drops on Owl and starts dancing, then turns around to show Owl flattened on his backside.
  • Tarzan & Jane: After Tantor finishes his first story, he finally realizes he's been sitting on Terk.
  • The Legend of Tarzan:
    • "Tarzan and the City of Opar" After Terk gets Tantor unstuck from a doorway in Opar, he crashes into a wall and crushes Terk.
  • Rocko's Modern Life:
    • "Rocko's Happy Sack" while Rocko is shopping he gets crushed by the Hippo Lady's butt and gets stuck there.
  • Animaniacs:
    • "The Boids" with the director, Alfred Hitchcock, sitting on the Goodfeathers. Then they're shown stuck to his butt.
    • "Pitter Patter of Little Feet" During the night when Brain tries to escape, he falls on the floor. And when the hippos go to look for him, Flavio slips and Brain is found on his butt.
  • Timon & Pumbaa:
    • Kenya Be My Friend: while Pumbaa is searching for a new friend, he sits on a meerkat named Monty.
  • Tom And Jerry Kids:
    • "Two Stepping Tom" when the elephant singer is hanging on a beam he falls on Tom.
    • "Circus Antics" after Tundo the elephant introduces his family to Jerry, he asks where Tom is. And it is revealed that he's stuck to his butt.
  • Classic Disney Shorts: In "Tiger Trouble" and elephant lands on the tiger. The tiger is left behind, only without his stripes, which are now imprinted on the elephant's butt.
Community Feedback Replies: 8
  • November 9, 2012
    TonyG
    • Winnie The Pooh: At the beginning of "The Backson Song", the Backson drops on Owl and starts dancing, then turns around to show Owl flattened on his backside.
    • Looney Tunes: In "Rabbit Punch", Bugs Bunny lifts a boxer over his head, but can't hold him up any longer and the boxer falls and flattens him. As the boxer gets up, Bugs is stuck to his back, then peels himself free.
    • Classic Disney Shorts: In "Tiger Trouble" and elephant lands on the tiger. The tiger is left behind, only without his stripes, which are now imprinted on the elephant's butt.
  • November 10, 2012
    KZN02
    Should there be an equivalent trope for when someone is stuck underneath a foot?
  • November 10, 2012
    StarSword
    I suggest turning it into a generic "stuck to somebody's body" trope to avoid Missing Supertrope Syndrome. How about Stuck On You for the title?
  • November 12, 2012
    Chabal2
    Mother Goose And Grimm: A very large friend of Mother Goose's visits and is disappointed not to see Grimm, and is told that she even sat in his favorite chair. As she stands, we see Grimm embedded in her.
  • November 12, 2012
    PaulA
    I've seen a one-panel cartoon that did this with a large woman and a small annoying dog. I think it was either a Far Side cartoon or a birthday card illustration, which I realise is unhelpfully vague. Does this ring a bell with anyone?
  • November 15, 2012
    HaggisMcCrablice
    This happened to Glen Quagmire when he and Peter became bedmates (nothing sexual; Peter just likes to cuddle). When Peter turned to leave Quagmire's house, a crushed and pained Glen is visible half-buried in his back fat.
  • November 16, 2012
    MorganWick
    As this is a visual trope, pretty much any example should make a good page image.
  • November 17, 2012
    Tuckerscreator
    • Actually a plot point in the episode "The Demon Behind" of Jackie Chan Adventures. The flunky Finn accidentally sits on a cursed mask that is supposed to be worn on your face, but instead fuses to his butt, allowing the demon Ikazuki inside to take control of his body.
    • At the end of the short film "Gopher Broke", this is the fate of the titular gopher.

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