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** Funny at first, but it quickly takes a serious turn and becomes Nightmare Fuel as it becomes clear that all the girls [[SickEpisode have caught the chicken pox]] --ESPECIALLY regarding the scene transition to the view we get the following morning. OH, DEAR GOD!

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** Funny at first, but it quickly takes a serious turn and becomes Nightmare Fuel as it becomes clear that all the girls [[SickEpisode have caught the chicken pox]] --ESPECIALLY pox]]...ESPECIALLY regarding the scene transition to the view we get the following morning. OH, DEAR GOD!


** Funny at first, but it quickly takes a serious turn and becomes Nightmare Fuel as it becomes clear that all the girls [[SickEpisode have caught the chicken pox]] --ESPECIALLY regarding the scene transition to the view we get the following morning.

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** Funny at first, but it quickly takes a serious turn and becomes Nightmare Fuel as it becomes clear that all the girls [[SickEpisode have caught the chicken pox]] --ESPECIALLY regarding the scene transition to the view we get the following morning. \n OH, DEAR GOD!

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* Everytime Pepito takes out his fake '''shrunken head'''.
-->'''Miss Clavel:''' Put it away!


** Funny at first, but it quickly takes a serious turn and becomes Nightmare Fuel--ESPECIALLY regarding the scene transition to the view we get the following morning.

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** Funny at first, but it quickly takes a serious turn and becomes Nightmare Fuel--ESPECIALLY Fuel as it becomes clear that all the girls [[SickEpisode have caught the chicken pox]] --ESPECIALLY regarding the scene transition to the view we get the following morning.



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** Funny at first, but it quickly takes a serious turn and becomes Nightmare Fuel--ESPECIALLY regarding the scene transition to the view we get the following morning.


* Lord Covington stepping on dog poop near the end of the film. His reaction is hilarious!
* After Madeline is released from the hospital, Helen's car is forced to wait behind a lorry, causing the cook to remember her first husband, who was a lorry driver, and call him a stupid man. After a minute, she gets frustrated and proceeds to go around it, much to Madeline's shock.

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* Lord Covington stepping on dog poop near the end of the film.[[spoiler: before he discovers they’re hiding Genevieve somewhere]]. His reaction is hilarious!
* After Madeline is released from the hospital, Helen's car is forced to wait behind a lorry, causing the cook to remember her first husband, who was a lorry driver, and call him a stupid man. After a minute, she gets frustrated and proceeds to go around it, it over the sidewalk, much to Madeline's shock.



-->'''Prospective Buyer''': For good reason I see.

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-->'''Prospective Buyer''': For That’s probably a good reason I see.thing.


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* One of the lies in "Madeline and the White Lie" was that the crown belonged to King Louie the Nineteenth-and-a-half, and they only know half as much about him because he's half a king. Then, she imagines the statue telling her off.
-->'''Imaginary Statue''': There were not 19 Louies. And there was not half a Louie! You lied!
* In "Madeline At The Cooking School", the girls' initial recipe is so horrible, not only EvenTheRatsWontTouchIt, Lord Cucuface [[GreenAroundTheGills turns green (in the face)!]]
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* "There will be no laughing here! Laughing is banished! Smiling is banned! Happiness is... is..."

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* [=LaCroque=] demanding no laughter but stumbling on her words.
-->'''[=LaCroque=]''':
"There will be no laughing here! Laughing is banished! Smiling is banned! Happiness is... is..."



-->'''[=LaCroque=]:''' When I need your help with words, Henri, you will be invited to speak!
* Also in "Madeline: Lost in Paris", Henri (who is trying to dispose of Madeline's suitcase) claims the suitcase [[BlatantLies belongs to him]]. Ms. Clavel calls him out on his lie when she opens the suitcase to reveal what is ''clearly'' Madeline's belongings.

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-->'''[=LaCroque=]:''' [[HypocriticalHumor When I need your help with words, Henri, you will be invited to speak!
speak]]!
* Also in "Madeline: Lost in Paris", Henri (who is trying to dispose of Madeline's suitcase) claims the suitcase [[BlatantLies belongs to him]]. Ms. Clavel calls him out on his lie when she opens the suitcase to reveal what is ''clearly'' Madeline's belongings.



* One of the lies in "Madeline and the White Lie" was that the crown belonged to King Louie the Nineteenth-and-a-half, and they only know half as much about him because he's half a king. Then, she imagines the statue telling her off.
-->'''Imaginary Statue''': There were not 19 Louies. And there was not half a Louie! You lied!
* In "Madeline At The Cooking School", the girls' initial recipe is so horrible, not only EvenTheRatsWontTouchIt, Lord Cucuface [[GreenAroundTheGills turns green (in the face)!]]



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* Madeline sees that people are being shown the house the girls and Miss Clavel live in, then sabotages parts of it. This one part sells it:
-->'''Lord Covington''': They don't make doors like this anymore!
--> *he knocks it and then it falls down off its hinges*
-->'''Prospective Buyer''': For good reason I see.


* In "Madeline At The Cooking School", the girls' initial recipe is so horrible, not only EvenTheRatsWontTouchIt, Lord Cucuface [[GreenAroundTheGills turns green!]]

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* In "Madeline At The Cooking School", the girls' initial recipe is so horrible, not only EvenTheRatsWontTouchIt, Lord Cucuface [[GreenAroundTheGills turns green!]]green (in the face)!]]


* A LampshadeWearing moment in the episode ''Madeline and the Big Cheese''. Danielle and Madeline has to come up with an impromptu way to lull Lord Cucuface to sleep so... well, see the [[http://www.tv.com/madeline/madeline-and-the-big-cheese/episode/138143/summary.html?tag=ep_guide;summary TV.com summary]].

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* A LampshadeWearing moment in the episode ''Madeline "Madeline and the Big Cheese''.Cheese". Danielle and Madeline has to come up with an impromptu way to lull Lord Cucuface to sleep so... well, see the [[http://www.tv.com/madeline/madeline-and-the-big-cheese/episode/138143/summary.html?tag=ep_guide;summary TV.com summary]].



-->'''Madeline:''' ''thinks'' '''AHA!''' ''Puts lampshade over Danielle's head'' '''Queen ''Lampshade!'''''

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-->'''Madeline:''' ''thinks'' ''(thinks)'' '''AHA!''' ''Puts ''(Puts lampshade over Danielle's head'' head)'' '''Queen ''Lampshade!'''''



-->'''Imaginary Statue''': "There were not 19 Louies. And there was not half a Louie! You lied!"

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-->'''Imaginary Statue''': "There There were not 19 Louies. And there was not half a Louie! You lied!"lied!
* In "Madeline At The Cooking School", the girls' initial recipe is so horrible, not only EvenTheRatsWontTouchIt, Lord Cucuface [[GreenAroundTheGills turns green!]]




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* Also in "Madeline: Lost in Paris", Henri (who is trying to dispose of Madeline's suitcase) claims the suitcase [[BlatantLies belongs to him]]. Ms. Clavel calls him out on his lie when she opens the suitcase to reveal what is ''clearly'' Madeline's belongings.
-->'''Police Officer:''' [[SarcasmMode Ah, so you wear a little dress and play with dollies?]]

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* One of the lies in "Madeline and the White Lie" was that the crown belonged to King Louie the Nineteenth-and-a-half, and they only know half as much about him because he's half a king. Then, she imagines the statue telling her off.
-->'''Imaginary Statue''': "There were not 19 Louies. And there was not half a Louie! You lied!"


* "Greybeard?! How terrible!" "Terrible indeed. Especially since he died 200 years ago."

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* "Greybeard?! How terrible!" "Terrible indeed. [[DeadpanSnarker Especially since he died 200 years ago.""]]


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