Whenever someone asks a question better suited to Lost and Found in Ask The Tropers, inevitably someone will mention a Big Green Banner or the Hulk.
Egregious. It even has a place in the TV Tropes Drinking Game
Most instances of a hard letter "c" are changed to "k" in the trope page for the Newspaper Komik Krazy Kat.
: The penis is Zardoz evil.
Many pages which reference the character Ace will contain the in-show response to his arrival. The page itself has three and its Red Dwarf Crowning Moment of Awesome several. The Ace even lampshades it. What a guy.
This Is a Drill with references, and Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann Grappling-Hook Pistol with Batman.
Mind Screw and Gainax Ending potholed near .
Neon Genesis Evangelion The the page for ' duplicates every instance of the the word "the".
Attack of the The Eye Creatures Any mention of the Reavers from invariably leads to the description of them raping you to death, eating your flesh and sewing your skin into their clothing, as well as the mention that if you're lucky it'll be Firefly In That Order.
Any mention of anything remotely sexy from will lead to someone going to their bunk...
Firefly This has popped up in Fetish Fuel discussions from other fandoms as well.
Is there an entry on this wiki that mentions without either linking to Metal Gear Solid Even the Guys Want Him or mentioning Snake's ass?
Candle Jack, who we don't need to remind you is th
For WMG: "Character X is a Time Lord."
Anyone who is a sufficiently Large Ham will get his name spelled in all-caps. Examples include:
Certain characters have a sufficiently impressive Large Ham Title that Tropers like to include at every opportunity:
Frank Miller: whores, repetition, and the word goddamn. And repet— OW!
's Twilight sparkling vampires.
Every separate page in the series is described as "The (number) entry in the (ridiculous adjective depicting massive body harm)ly popular Final Fantasy series".
Final Fantasy There seem to be a lot of crunches, as well. One has to wonder how you make your toe do exercise crunches.
: "We've entered an endless recursion of time... Kyon-kun, denwa..." and it keeps going for a thousand more lines.
Haruhi Suzumiya Check out the Department of Redundancy Department for a long running gag.
On several pages, it opens with some variation of " Describe Topic Here," in such a way that demonstrates the article in question. For example, on the page, it says "Pootiscription here," referencing Heavy Weapon's Guy's Team Fortress 2 memetic quote "Pootispenser here" (Put dispenser here).
Questioning Zordon's rules, especially with a Jerkass course of action, will usually result in a variation of "...and that is why you're not a Power Ranger" on the Power Rangers Headscratchers page.
Almost every entry in Wearing a Flag on Your Head will make some reference to AMERICA somehow. Even if it's discussing something IN BRAZIL, or AUSTRALIA, or SOME OTHER COUNTRY.
The page for seems intent on reminding you that you FIGHT THE POPE!
Assassin's Creed II The page pointing out that the series has lots and lots of D.N.Angel Ho Yay.
Deer being described as in season and tasting good smoked and/or made into sausage on the Disney Animated Canon Headscratchers Page.
Check out the Department of Redundancy Department for a long running gag.
The episode recap of Rassilon, and (name of exotic alien planet) being potholed to BBC Quarry.
The summary of used to be filled filled with really short instructions similar to the ones found in-game (GAG!), but that joke was eventually excised.
WarioWare . Like you didn't... CSI: Miami * Sunglasses Pull* see it coming. .
YEEAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! Whenever anyone mentions someone is Paranoia bound to respond with one of the in-game catchphrases.
Speaking badly of Alpha Complex and Friend Computer is a treason, you commie mutant traitor!!
Metagaming is grounds for summary execution. Both the above tropers should report to Friend Computer.
Whenever a page has on it (Truthfully, it Letter Bee needs more recognition), expect to see the word Heart bolded, probably because in the manga, that's how it is.
Check out the Department of Redundancy Department for a long running gag.
Potholing the third instance of a running gag to Rule of Three.
Whenever anyone mentions just how Badass Mickey Mouse is in the series, they will assure you that, yes, they are talking about Kingdom Hearts that Mickey Mouse.
No matter the subject matter, there's a good chance there is an entry mentioning how used that trope. Although this may not have been intended as a running gag, it has emerged as one. And if not that, then Archie Sonic The Hedgehog . Or My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic .
The Simpsons On page 'in other words, perfect Disney tradition!' seems to be one since it's been potholed to this very page.
The Princess and the Frog Many of the trope examples in are augmented with quotes from the movie; you can't read any section of the trope page without seeing at least one. Apparently, the dialogue is just that good.
The Lion King Use of the "it's definitely not Stonkers" gag on at least one Headscratchers page that has nothing to do with Video Games nor the ZX Spectrum.
A comment that something is for the greater good...
Followed by the echo, "The greater good"...
The doctor (no, not Doctor).
that On the page, Larry (yes, dead Larry).
Burn Notice Want a long running gag? Check out the Department of Redundancy Department.
Potholing the fourth instance of a running gag to Overly Long Gag.
We're almost certain that Alan Moore isn't actually Rasputin The Mad Monk using a fake name. Almost.
As you'll see on page, the main character of that movie is Sean Thornton-er, The Quiet Man John Wayne.
The pages on the series would like to remind you that Fallout Vault 13, Arroyo, Vault 101, the Mojave Wasteland and the Massachusetts suburbs are all okay places to live. Texas, on the other hand... Lately, the gag has been spreading to Fallout fan work pages as well.
Forum Game ITT: We Are All Pokemon Trainers. The frat Mon party. That is all.
From the Anime Theme Song Game: Is it God Knows?
For WMG: X never wanted to be a Y anyway. He wanted to be... A LUMBERJACK!
Also for WMG: Everything in the series was just X's dying dream/ hallucination.
It is not uncommon to see "Necrophilia is awesome" on the Warp That Aesop page
Look on the pages referencing the Pokémon anime and try to find a page that doesn't get Botch's— ahem name wrong. It will, without fail, be followed by "THE NAME IS BUTCH!"
Butch's There are some articles on this site that tropers can't get enough of potholing to.
Has it been mentioned that the Department of Redundancy Department has a long running gag?
Welcome to Corneria!
When Batman appears on a character page, one must always note that HIS PARENTS ARE DEEAAAAAAAD!!!
Also, expect the phrase "I'm Batman." to pop up a few times.
Statler and Waldorf being at the bottom of the page, with a full list on the page. Includes the page itself.
The pages have paratext over tropes whose actual names include expletives or other objectionable terms. As a result, Oscar is labeled as a Sesame Street Jerkbutt.
"The mind boggles..."
Every Fire Emblem page must ask if the characters in their images are Marth and/or Roy. This is usually played with when it is one of them. Played with even more with the Tear Ring Saga.
Any time Tony Stark is mentioned, someone has to point out that he was able to build his Powered Armor IN A CAVE! WITH A BOX OF SCRAPS!
Any trope related to Those Wacky Nazis usually begins with telling us that, with few exceptions, most people consider the Nazis to have been very, very bad people.
Whenever anyone mentions Hedy Lamarr from note it must always followed up with 'That's "Hedley!"', a running gag borrowed from the movie itself.
Blazing Saddles doesn't try to hide that the monsters are Night of the Lepus Giant Killer Bunny Rabbits.
By the way, how about the Department of Redundancy Department?
Evony - It's spyware in disguise.
Every time [PROTOTYPE] is mentioned, we kindly remind you that Alex Mercer eats people.
The majority of the Laconic descriptions for the Artistic License subjects used to be written: "X DO/ES NOT WORK THAT WAY! GOOD NIGHT!" in reference to note .
Futurama Most of the Useful Notes pages regarding the nuclear arsenals of various countries have the corresponding country's line in Tom Lehrer's "Who's Next?" for a quote, often linking to the page that corresponds to the next line.
The replacement of the letter "s" with "ſ" in Antiquated Linguistics.
On the Recap pages for the Sixth Doctor era, most the picture captions reference his rainbow coat.
Referring to Larry Blamire as "That lucky bastard" when commenting on the attractiveness of his wife who appears in his films
Huh, My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic isn't on here... * cue happy credits music*
If Major Armstrong is in a trope, someone has noted that the trope HAS BEEN PASSED DOWN THROUGH THE ARMSTRONG FAMILY FOR GENERATIONS! *sparkle*
Symbology Research Failure has an example of a common and much-repeated mistake, where something called the Kremlin in a work... is actually St. Basil's Cathedral.
Lampooning Kaepora Gaebora's Stop Helping Me! nature wherever appropriate. Do you want to hear what I said again?
The page for Sand Worm has repeating " Dune" periodically. It's not intentional, as Dune has been adapted to several media, but it still looks like a running gag.
A minor gag on and its subpages involves the misspelling of Weselton as Weaseltown. The Duke of Weselton inevitably disregards our Frozen Repair, Don't Respond policy to call us out on it.
Plants Vs. Zombies' WMG page would like to remind you that Crazy Dave is CRAAAAAAAZY!
The Drinking Games often have a "don't drink every time [super-common thing in that work] happens, or you will die" condition.
And of course, the Departmentof Redundancy Department has quite a few running gags.
Repeatedly Used On This Very Wiki