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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Disechantment}}'''s first episode, Zog (father of the [[ArrangedMarriage unwilling]] bride), doesn't seem to understand the point of these:

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Disechantment}}'''s ''WesternAnimation/{{Disenchantment}}'''s first episode, Zog (father of the [[ArrangedMarriage unwilling]] bride), doesn't seem to understand the point of these:



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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Disechantment}}'''s first episode, Zog (father of the [[ArrangedMarriage unwilling]] bride), doesn't seem to understand the point of these:
-->"And neither of these looks [[ItsAllAboutMe like me]]. Make them both look like me, then get rid of one!"



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* ''Series/Charmed1998'': In [[ClipShow "Cat House"]] Phoebe, Paige and the Villain of the Week get magically sucked into Piper and Leo's memories where the Villain accidentally destroys the cake toppers at their wedding. Once the spell is broken and everything appears to have been set right the camera cuts to a now empty shelf where the figures used to be displayed. At the end of the season Piper and Leo are forced apart when he's [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence promoted to an Elder]].


* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'', Princess Fiona is being forced to marry Lord Farquaad, a man who is [[BlatantLies absolutely not]] CompensatingForSomething. When she looks at their wedding cake toppers, she smushes his down into the cake to more accurately show his height.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'', Princess Fiona is being forced to marry Lord Farquaad, a man who is [[BlatantLies absolutely not]] CompensatingForSomething. When she looks at their wedding cake toppers, she smushes his down into the cake to more accurately show his height.
height. At the end of the movie, after Farquaad has been disposed of, the Gingerbread Man is seen smushing the figurine even further into the cake until it's completely hidden.


* When Daphne left Donny on ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', he took the male half of the cake topper back to his office and talked to it about how they'd both been abandoned.

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* When Daphne left Donny on ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', he took the male half of the cake topper back to his office and talked to it about how they'd both been abandoned. He even names it "Mr. Chump" and [[CompanionCube insists Frasier treat it as if it were alive]].
--> '''Title Card:''' Guess who's short, wears a tuxedo, and has frosting all over his feet?



-->'''Homer:''' Mmm, pointy.

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-->'''Homer:''' --->'''Homer:''' Mmm, pointy.pointy.
** In "The Simpsons Tall Tales," a ShotgunWedding has a cake with a bride figure, a groom figure, and a father figure holding the groom at gunpoint.


* Oh, "Something Blue" from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''...

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* Oh, "Something Blue" "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS4E9SomethingBlue Something Blue]]" from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''...


* On one episode of ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'', Will is pretending to be the voice of a Barbie doll-sized bride cake topper who says she'll marry Carlton... who he then places on the table and is [[CrowningMomentOfFunny the actual size of a normal male sized groom cake topper, all to mock his height.]]

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* On one episode of ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'', Will is pretending to be the voice of a Barbie doll-sized bride cake topper who says she'll marry Carlton... who he then places on the table and is [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments the actual size of a normal male sized groom cake topper, all to mock his height.]]

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* In ''Film/FantasticFourRiseOfTheSilverSurfer,'' [[RubberMan Reed]] and [[{{Invisibility}} Sue]]'s wedding has a transparent bride with a groom wrapped around her.


* On Wiki/ThisVeryWiki. The current image for MasculineGirlFeminineBoy is a cake topper where the woman is holding the man.

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* On Wiki/ThisVeryWiki. The current image for MasculineGirlFeminineBoy is a cake topper where the woman is holding the man.


* On ThisVeryWiki. The current image for MasculineGirlFeminineBoy is a cake topper where the woman is holding the man.

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* On ThisVeryWiki.Wiki/ThisVeryWiki. The current image for MasculineGirlFeminineBoy is a cake topper where the woman is holding the man.


* At the end of ''Film/SweetHomeAlabama'', the happy couple has an impromptu wedding reception at the local bar/hangout. Since the original cake toppers [[DisposableFiance no longer fit]], one of their friends grabs a pair of [[SlapSlapKiss Rock Em Sock Em Robots]] as a substitute.

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* At the end of ''Film/SweetHomeAlabama'', the happy couple has an impromptu wedding reception at the local bar/hangout. Since the original cake toppers [[DisposableFiance no longer fit]], one of their friends grabs a pair of [[SlapSlapKiss Rock Em 'Em Sock Em 'Em Robots]] as a substitute.



* Wedding cake toppers of Ursula Stanhope and Lyle Van [=DeGroot=] appear in Film/GeorgeOfTheJungle on a wedding cake. However, George smashes through the cake during a swing, and the Stanhope's dog grabs the Lyle topper. A scene later, the smashed cake is seen with the headless Lyle topper on top. The little figures BreakTheFourthWall and shriek in terror just before George smashes them into bits.

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* Wedding cake toppers of Ursula Stanhope and Lyle Van [=DeGroot=] appear in Film/GeorgeOfTheJungle ''Film/GeorgeOfTheJungle'' on a wedding cake. However, George smashes through the cake during a swing, and the Stanhope's Stanhopes' dog grabs the Lyle topper. A scene later, the smashed cake is seen with the headless Lyle topper on top. The little figures BreakTheFourthWall and shriek in terror just before George smashes them into bits.
* In ''Film/TheWeddingSinger'', after the botched wedding at the beginning of the film, best man Sammy observes that the bride cake topper is missing and only the little groom is left standing there alone. The real groom, Robbie, has taken the bride figure and is sitting on the porch staring at it in his hand.



* On one episode of ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'', Will is pretending to be the voice of a Barbie doll-sized bride cake topper who says she'll marry Carlton...who he then places on the table and is [[CrowningMomentOfFunny the actual size of a normal male sized groom cake topper, all to mock his height.]]

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* On one episode of ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'', Will is pretending to be the voice of a Barbie doll-sized bride cake topper who says she'll marry Carlton... who he then places on the table and is [[CrowningMomentOfFunny the actual size of a normal male sized groom cake topper, all to mock his height.]]



* When ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' decides to marry his ReallyGetsAround girlfriend Gina (AKA Comet Girl from the original show), the cake has one bride and about 6 grooms because Gina is ALSO marrying her other boyfriends, including Phil Ken Sebben, Peanut and the Zen Bear.

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* When ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' decides to marry his ReallyGetsAround girlfriend Gina (AKA Comet Girl from the original show), the cake has one bride and about 6 grooms because Gina is ALSO ''also'' marrying her other boyfriends, including Phil Ken Sebben, Peanut Peanut, and the Zen Bear.






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* On ThisVeryWiki. The current image for MasculineGirlFeminineBoy is a cake topper where the woman is holding the man.


* The Creator/LarryNiven short story ''What Can You Say About Chocolate Manhole Covers'' is set in part at a divorce party, where a couple is splitting up, but friendly. A black frosted divorce cake has the toppers facing away from each other.

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* The Creator/LarryNiven short story ''What "What Can You Say About Chocolate Covered Manhole Covers'' Covers?" is set in part at a divorce party, where a couple is splitting up, but friendly. A black frosted divorce cake has the toppers facing away from each other.



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* ''It All Started with Columbus'':
-->Some think [UsefulNotes/HarryTruman's] opponent, Thomas E. Dewey, was defeated because he was compared to the little man on a wedding cake. This cost him the votes of hundreds of thousands of men who were unhappily married.


* In ''SomethingPositive,'' [[TokenWholesome Vanessa]] has the odd habit of dressing up as a {{Kaiju}} for everyday activities. When she and [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Davan]] get married, he wears his own version and they have little Gozilla cake toppers, seen [[http://somethingpositive.net/sp01072014.shtml here]].

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* In ''SomethingPositive,'' ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive,'' [[TokenWholesome Vanessa]] has the odd habit of dressing up as a {{Kaiju}} for everyday activities. When she and [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Davan]] get married, he wears his own version and they have little Gozilla cake toppers, seen [[http://somethingpositive.net/sp01072014.shtml here]].

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