Created By: StolenByFaeries on January 24, 2012 Last Edited By: Tycho on January 25, 2012

Get Out Of The Vehicle (needs better title)

Two people (or more) are a vehicle. One (or more) gets out for one reason or another.

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(Alt Title: Put Out Or Get Out?)

People argue in a vehicle of some sort - the driver kicks them (and possibly everyone else) out and most often floors it.

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Sister Trope to Walking

Examples Film
  • The Dude is thrown out by a temperamental (and Eagles' fan) taxi driver.

Live Action Tv
  • The Big Bang Theory: Played with in an episode when driving to a conference Penny gets kicked out of the "main car" by Sheldon and into the back car with Howard, Bernadette, and Raj.
  • Married... with Children: Happens to Kelly when she decides not to put out for her date.
  • Seinfeld: Happens in "Carpark" episode when a woman offers to help Jerry and company find their car by driving them around the carpark. George ends up insulting her by making a crack about Scientology and they all get kicked out.

  • The song "Jump in My Car" by the Ted Mulary Gang (and later David Hasselhoff) turns this way at the end.
Community Feedback Replies: 3
  • January 24, 2012
    Two people are sitting on chairs. One gets up for one reason or another.
  • January 24, 2012
    The laconic is bad, but I think the trope is legitimate. The driver of a vehicle kicks out one or more passengers for offending him in some way.
  • January 25, 2012
    You might want to change the laconic to convey the idea that the driver kicks a passenger out.

    This happens in Pee Wees Big Adventure, when Pee Wee is hitchhiking with a fugitive. I don't remember the exact circumstances, but he's kicked out and left in the dark on the side of the road.