Alice and several other women hold up their ice cream tubs and sing a Drunken Song.
Zig Zagged: ???
Averted: Alice doesn't indulge in food or drink to get over Bob.
Enforced: "We can't have characters drinking in a family-oriented show; we'll let her drown her sorrows in ice cream instead."
Lampshaded: "In order to get over Bob, I'm going to have a menage a trois! With Ken and Sherry!"
Invoked: Alice finds herself feeling bored, lonely, and generally crappy, and tries to find something in her home that will make her feel better at least temporarily.
Exploited: Ken and Sherry's markets such flavors as Breakup Brownie, Career Slump Caramel Swirl, etc.
Defied: Alice decides to do something constructive, like hitting the gym, picking up hobbies, and socializing to get over her breakup with Bob.
Discussed: "Poor Alice. She hit the ice cream tub pretty hard after Bob dumped her. In all fairness, he didn't have to be so mean about it."
Conversed: "How come men drown their sorrows in beer or whiskey, and women drown theirs in Fudge Brownie Chocolate Swirl?"
Deconstructed: May lead to weight gain and a cycle of depression.
Reconstructed: See "Defied". Alice gets back on her feet faster...and maybe even into a new and better relationship. And whether she does or not, she feels better about herself...and her overall physical and mental health don't suffer.