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* His next job is washing windows along the street. After a mishap regarding his water bucket earlier, he smacks into a sliding glass door, alerting his client to his presence. Paddington calmly keeps looking at him and [[ParodiedTrope starts scrubbing the glass]] [[HotMenAtWork with his suds-coated body.]]

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** Naturally, Paddington only ended up trying Knuckles' patience by accident. When Knuckles sarcastically remarks that he "loves it when people complain", Paddington took his claim seriously and stated how bad the menu was, which included hitting him across the head with a baguette and squirting ketchup on his clothes (albeit the latter was an accident). These actions in turn prompt gasps from the other inmates (with one silently making the Sign of the Cross) whilst Paddington tries to remove the ketchup stain, first by rubbing it off to no affect and then squirting ''mustard'' on it, only to find it didn't remove ketchup stains as he initially thought. He then turns to ask the inmates if they know how to remove the stain...only to find they are all hiding under the tables.


--> '''Mr.Brown:''' (Whilst in the process of climbing into the attic) There's nothing strange about- (The instant he sees the mannequins) [[DullSurprise Oh my god, This man's a weirdo]].

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--> '''Mr.Brown:''' (Whilst in the process of climbing into the attic) There's nothing strange about- (The instant he sees the mannequins) [[DullSurprise Oh my god, This this man's a weirdo]].


--> '''Mr.Brown:''' (Whilst in the process of climbing into the attic) There's nothing strange about- (The instant he sees the mannequins) [[DullSurprise This man's a weirdo]].

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--> '''Mr.Brown:''' (Whilst in the process of climbing into the attic) There's nothing strange about- (The instant he sees the mannequins) [[DullSurprise Oh my god, This man's a weirdo]].


-->'''Guard:''' Stop that stunning sister!

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-->'''Guard:''' [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal Stop that stunning sister!sister]]!


** When all the sacs of oranges land of Paddington, he remarks that they're very heavy. Knuckles gruffly advises "Then move them one at a time". He returns to reading his newspaper while waiting for Paddington to make marmalade. Then, he hears Paddington move the oranges "[[ExactWords one [orange] at a time]]". The way he slowly looks up from his newspaper is what really sells it.

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** When all the sacs sacks of oranges land of on Paddington, he remarks that they're very heavy. Knuckles gruffly advises "Then move them one at a time". He returns to reading his newspaper while waiting for Paddington to make marmalade. Then, he hears Paddington move the oranges "[[ExactWords one [orange] at a time]]". The way he slowly looks up from his newspaper is what really sells it.

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** What's more, the commercial mentions that the dog food is ''not'' for people to eat. Poor Phoenix.


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* This little pun in the ending, where Phoenix is able to put on a show in prison, then thanks the prison mates for helping him put on the show. What's the punchline? "All I needed was a [[{{Pun}} captive]] audience!"

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* In the credits Mrs Brown is revealed to have swam the Channel between England and France, which is impressive... Only she forgot her passport and then had to swim all the way back.


* While doing the prison laundry, Paddington accidentally mixes a red sock with some white laundry. Although [[OhCrap worried]] at first, Paddington then shrugs it off and [[TemptingFate wonders how bad it could be]]. It turns out, that laundry was for ''all the prison mates' outfits''.

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* While doing the prison laundry, Paddington accidentally mixes a red sock with some white laundry. Although [[OhCrap worried]] at first, Paddington then shrugs it off and [[TemptingFate wonders how bad it could be]]. It turns out, that laundry was for ''all the prison mates' outfits''.outfits''... And he turned them pink.


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** A passing guard wonders if the bin just spoke. It assures him it did not, so he shrugs and wanders off.


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* Phoenix's turn in a dog food commercial. A classically trained Shakespearean ham giving a highly emotive speech... In a dog onesie and facepaint.


* Paddington using two electric toothbrushes to [[BrickJoke scrub the insides of his ears]].

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* Paddington using two electric toothbrushes to [[BrickJoke [[CallBack scrub the insides of his ears]].



*** Comes back to bite him as a BrickJoke when [[spoiler: the patron turns out to be the Judge at Paddington's trial.]]

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*** Comes back to bite him as a BrickJoke when [[spoiler: the patron turns out to be the Judge at Paddington's trial.]]


* While doing the prison laundry, Paddington accidentally mixes a pink sock with some white laundry. Although [[OhCrap worried]] at first, Paddington then shrugs it off and [[TemptingFate wonders how bad it could be]]. It turns out, that laundry was for ''all the prison mates' outfits''.

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* While doing the prison laundry, Paddington accidentally mixes a pink red sock with some white laundry. Although [[OhCrap worried]] at first, Paddington then shrugs it off and [[TemptingFate wonders how bad it could be]]. It turns out, that laundry was for ''all the prison mates' outfits''.

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* When Paddington makes up his mind to talk to Knuckles about changing the menu, the guard radios for a medic. Later, when Paddington tries Knuckle's patience, the guard changes his mind and radios for a '''priest'''.


* While 'investigating' Phoenix's home, Mr. Brown wonders why a millionaire actor would want to steal a pop-up book. Mrs. Brown hands him a stack of Phoenix's letters, which turn out to be his bills. Mr. Brown is blown away by how much debt the man is in.

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* While 'investigating' Phoenix's home, Mr. Brown wonders why a millionaire actor would want to steal a pop-up book. Mrs. Brown proves him wrong about the "millionaire" part when she hands him a stack of Phoenix's letters, which turn out to be his bills. Mr. Brown is blown away by how much debt the man is in.


* Paddington telling Mr. Brown that he looks good for a man his age. Mr. Brown is flattered. ...Until he processes the words "[[DamnedByFaintPraise A man your age]]" and asks the young bear how he thinks he is. Paddington [[InnocentlyInsensitive guesses]] Mr. Brown is 80 years old.

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* Paddington telling Mr. Brown that he looks good for a man his age. Mr. Brown is flattered. ...Until he processes the words "[[DamnedByFaintPraise A man your age]]" and asks the young bear how old he thinks he is. Paddington [[InnocentlyInsensitive guesses]] Mr. Brown is 80 years old.

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* Paddington trying to make marmalade (with no help from Knuckles).
** When all the sacs of oranges land of Paddington, he remarks that they're very heavy. Knuckles gruffly advises "Then move them one at a time". He returns to reading his newspaper while waiting for Paddington to make marmalade. Then, he hears Paddington move the oranges "[[ExactWords one [orange] at a time]]". The way he slowly looks up from his newspaper is what really sells it.

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