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''Chowder''. Sweet Jesus, '''Chowder.''' The fourth wall was utterly '''DESTROYED''' in this show, in almost '''every single episode.''' At one point, someone complied all of them and found that there were around ''seventeen minutes'' worth of these types of jokes spread out throughout the show's entire run. Such instances include...

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''Chowder''.''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}''. Sweet Jesus, '''Chowder.''' The fourth wall was utterly '''DESTROYED''' in this show, in almost '''every single episode.''' At one point, someone complied all of them and found that there were around ''seventeen minutes'' worth of these types of jokes spread out throughout the show's entire run. Such instances include...


* After a beat-up Mung and Shnitzel beg Chowder to stop sleep eating in "The Sleep Eater", Truffles offers to help with Chowder's sleep-eating problem. Chowder declines, declaring that she is not in this episode; [[PuffOfLogic Truffles vanishes]] and is never seen for the rest of the episode.

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* After a beat-up Mung and Shnitzel beg Chowder to stop sleep eating sleep-eating in "The Sleep Eater", Truffles offers to help with Chowder's sleep-eating problem. Chowder declines, declaring that she is not in this episode; [[PuffOfLogic Truffles vanishes]] and is never seen for the rest of the episode.



** In the same episode, [[LivingStatue Grits]] and Chowder talk about an exercise montage prior to this scene.
* In "The Meach Harvest", Chowder and Shnitzel get mauled by meaches. Mung, having been attacked by meaches when he was younger, distracts himself by babbling the theme song.

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** In the same episode, [[LivingStatue Grits]] and Chowder talk about go through an exercise montage, and refer to the montage prior to this as such in the next scene.
* In "The Meach Harvest", Chowder and Shnitzel get mauled by meaches. Mung, having been who was attacked by meaches when he was younger, distracts himself by babbling the theme song.


''Chowder''. Sweet Jesus, '''Chowder.''' The fourth wall was utterly '''DESTROYED''' in this show, in almost '''every single episode.''' In fact, there was enough of these that someone [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JktFXB_Evdo compiled them all]] on [=YouTube=]. Said compilation is seventeen minutes long, which is longer than ''an actual episode''. Anyway, here are the instances...

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''Chowder''. Sweet Jesus, '''Chowder.''' The fourth wall was utterly '''DESTROYED''' in this show, in almost '''every single episode.''' In fact, At one point, someone complied all of them and found that there was enough were around ''seventeen minutes'' worth of these that someone [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JktFXB_Evdo compiled them all]] on [=YouTube=]. Said compilation is seventeen minutes long, which is longer than ''an actual episode''. Anyway, here are types of jokes spread out throughout the instances...show's entire run. Such instances include...


* After running out of money in "Shopping Spree", Mung points out that they don't have any money left for the animation budget. The voice actors of the four main characters--Creator/DwightSchultz, Nicky Jones, Creator/TaraStrong, and Creator/JohnDiMaggio--all start a car wash to raise enough money to bring the animation budget back.

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* After running out of money in "Shopping Spree", Mung points out that they don't have any money left for the animation budget. The voice actors of the four main characters--Creator/DwightSchultz, Nicky Jones, Creator/TaraStrong, and Creator/JohnDiMaggio--all start a car wash to raise enough money to bring the animation budget back. There is a theory among Website/YouTube commentors that the scene was put in with the express purpose of having Tara wear a [[BareYourMidriff midriff-baring shirt]].


* Chowder practices his handwriting in "Gazpacho Stands Up". At one point, he begins scribbling on the screen before Gazpacho tells him to stop. After getting the camera close enough to him, Gazpacho wipes the scribble off the camera. Chowder points out the Creator/CartoonNetwork network bug and asks if that can be removed. Gazpacho replies that he tried to remove it but it doesn't come off.

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* Chowder practices his handwriting in "Gazpacho Stands Up". At one point, he begins scribbling on the screen before Gazpacho tells him to stop. After getting the camera close enough to him, Gazpacho wipes the scribble off the camera. Chowder points out the Creator/CartoonNetwork network bug and asks if that can be removed. Gazpacho replies that he tried to remove it but it doesn't come off. Reruns of the episode after the bug was changed or on Boomerang reveal that the bug seen in the episode is burned-in, making the joke rather awkward.


''Chowder''. Sweet Jesus, '''Chowder.''' The fourth wall was utterly '''DESTROYED''' in this show, in almost '''every single episode.''' In fact, there was enough of these that someone [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuK53N0z5Nc compiled them all]] on [=YouTube=]. Said compilation is seventeen minutes long, which is longer than ''an actual episode''. Anyway, here are the instances...

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''Chowder''. Sweet Jesus, '''Chowder.''' The fourth wall was utterly '''DESTROYED''' in this show, in almost '''every single episode.''' In fact, there was enough of these that someone [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuK53N0z5Nc com/watch?v=JktFXB_Evdo compiled them all]] on [=YouTube=]. Said compilation is seventeen minutes long, which is longer than ''an actual episode''. Anyway, here are the instances...


''Chowder'' Sweet Jesus, '''Chowder.''' The fourth wall was utterly '''DESTROYED''' in this show, in almost '''every single episode.''' In fact, there was enough of these that someone [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuK53N0z5Nc compiled them all]] on [=YouTube=]. Said compilation is seventeen minutes long, which is longer than ''an actual episode''. Anyway, here are the instances...

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''Chowder'' ''Chowder''. Sweet Jesus, '''Chowder.''' The fourth wall was utterly '''DESTROYED''' in this show, in almost '''every single episode.''' In fact, there was enough of these that someone [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuK53N0z5Nc compiled them all]] on [=YouTube=]. Said compilation is seventeen minutes long, which is longer than ''an actual episode''. Anyway, here are the instances...


** In the same episode, [[LivingStatue Grits]] and Chowder talk about the exercise montage prior to this scene.

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** In the same episode, [[LivingStatue Grits]] and Chowder talk about the an exercise montage prior to this scene.



* After Chowder creates a {{Temporal Paradox}}, the characters all vanish and the background splits, revealing C.H. Greenblatt in a blue wig drawing a picture of Chowder in the studio. He turns, sees the camera, and jumps.

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* After Chowder creates a {{Temporal Paradox}}, Paradox}} in "Won Tom Bombs", the characters all vanish and the background splits, revealing C.H. Greenblatt in a blue wig drawing a picture of Chowder in the studio. He turns, sees the camera, and jumps.jumps.
** Lo Mein always prefaces his story about Mung's failure with, "featured in entertaining thought bubble form".


* In "The Flibber-Flabber Diet", Mung devises a plan and gets an {{Extreme Close Up}}. Mung says, "Get that camera outta my face!" During the following {{Travel Montage}}, Truffles points out the dots following her and Chowder. Also, Shnitzel accidentally cuts off a corner of the scene before repairing it.

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* In "The Flibber-Flabber Diet", Mung devises a plan and gets an {{Extreme Close Up}}. Mung says, "Get that camera outta my face!" face!"
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During the following {{Travel Montage}}, Truffles points out the dots following her and Chowder. Also, Shnitzel accidentally cuts off a corner of the scene before repairing it.it.
** Earlier, while watching Chowder eat Flibber-Flabber straight from the Flibbius-Flabbius plant, [[AsideGlance Mung looks at the audience]] and comments, "This kid is a bottomless pit."



* After a beat-up Mung and Shnitzel beg Chowder to stop sleep eating "The Sleep Eater", Truffles offers to help with Chowder's sleep-eating problem. Chowder declines, declaring that she is not in this episode; [[PuffOfLogic Truffles vanishes]] and is never seen for the rest of the episode.
* In "The Bruised Bluenana", Chowder explains to Gazpacho what happened in the episode... by commenting on the episode moment to moment. Gazpacho tells Chowder to skip ahead, and Chowder fast-forwards into the credits before Gazpacho tells him to rewind back to the present.

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* After a beat-up Mung and Shnitzel beg Chowder to stop sleep eating in "The Sleep Eater", Truffles offers to help with Chowder's sleep-eating problem. Chowder declines, declaring that she is not in this episode; [[PuffOfLogic Truffles vanishes]] and is never seen for the rest of the episode.
* In "The Bruised Bluenana", Chowder explains to Gazpacho what happened in the episode... by commenting on the episode moment to by moment. Gazpacho tells Chowder to skip ahead, ahead and Chowder fast-forwards into the credits before credits. Gazpacho panics and tells him to rewind back to the present.


* In "Kid Shnitzel", Chowder and Shnitzel [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments both bond after making a mess with a dish]], and the word "friendship" is displayed. Mung walks in and waves the letters away, saying, "Where did all these letters come from?!"

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* In "Kid Shnitzel", Chowder and Shnitzel [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments both bond after making a mess with a dish]], dish, and the word "friendship" is displayed. Mung walks in and waves the letters away, saying, "Where did all these letters come from?!"


* After running out of money in "Shopping Spree", Mung points out that they don't have any money left for the animation budget. The voice actors of the four main characters--Dwight Schultz, Nicky Jones, Creator/TaraStrong, and Creator/JohnDiMaggio--all start a car wash to raise enough money to bring the animation budget back.

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* After running out of money in "Shopping Spree", Mung points out that they don't have any money left for the animation budget. The voice actors of the four main characters--Dwight Schultz, characters--Creator/DwightSchultz, Nicky Jones, Creator/TaraStrong, and Creator/JohnDiMaggio--all start a car wash to raise enough money to bring the animation budget back.


* After running out of money in "Shopping Spree", Mung Daal points out that no money for animation. The voice actors of the four main characters: Dwight Schultz, Nicky Jones, Creator/TaraStrong, and Creator/JohnDiMaggio, all start a car wash to raise enough money to bring the animation budget back.

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* After running out of money in "Shopping Spree", Mung Daal points out that no they don't have any money left for animation. the animation budget. The voice actors of the four main characters: Dwight characters--Dwight Schultz, Nicky Jones, Creator/TaraStrong, and Creator/JohnDiMaggio, all Creator/JohnDiMaggio--all start a car wash to raise enough money to bring the animation budget back.


* After a beat-up Mung and Shnitzel beg Chowder to stop sleep eating "The Sleep Eater", Truffles offers to help with Chowder's sleep-eating problem. Chowder declines, declaring that she is not in this episode; Truffles vanishes and is never seen for the rest of the episode.

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* After a beat-up Mung and Shnitzel beg Chowder to stop sleep eating "The Sleep Eater", Truffles offers to help with Chowder's sleep-eating problem. Chowder declines, declaring that she is not in this episode; [[PuffOfLogic Truffles vanishes vanishes]] and is never seen for the rest of the episode.


* In "Kid Shnitzel", Chowder and Shnitzel [[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming both bond after making a mess with a dish]], and the word "friendship" is displayed. Mung walks in and waves the letters away, saying, "Where did all these letters come from?!"

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* In "Kid Shnitzel", Chowder and Shnitzel [[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments both bond after making a mess with a dish]], and the word "friendship" is displayed. Mung walks in and waves the letters away, saying, "Where did all these letters come from?!"


** When in the Baby Pound, Shnitzel uses harsh language. In his [[PardonMyKlingon radda's]], anyway. Chowder replies, "All you had to say was 'no'. No need for harsh language. This is a kid's show, yeesh!" He says the last part while [[AsideGlance glancing at the audience]].
* In "Gazpacho Fights Back", Rosemary lays multiple eggs. Chowder comments, "I thought this was a kid's show" before covering his eyes with his hat.

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** When in the Baby Pound, Shnitzel uses harsh language. In his [[PardonMyKlingon radda's]], anyway. Chowder replies, "All you had to say was 'no'. No need for harsh language. This is a kid's kids' show, yeesh!" He says the last part while [[AsideGlance glancing at the audience]].
* In "Gazpacho Fights Back", Rosemary lays multiple eggs. Chowder comments, "I thought this was a kid's kids' show" before covering his eyes with his hat.



* A very subtle one in "A Little Bit of Pizzazz". After a {{Freaky Friday Flip}} involving the gang, Mung (in Chowder's body), reads a recipe book, which is the script for the episode.

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* A very subtle one in "A Little Bit of Pizzazz". After a {{Freaky Friday Flip}} involving the gang, Mung (in Chowder's body), reads a recipe book, which is the script outline for the episode.

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