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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has the Moonbeam spell, which causes this effect.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has the Moonbeam ''moonbeam'' spell, which causes this effect.affects creatures sensitive to the light of the Moon, like lycanthropes.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has the Moonbeam spell, which causes this effect.


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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': At the end of "Somber Vacation", Strong Sad is revealed to have gotten [[TanLines an embarrassing-looking burn]] because he forgot to put on "moon-screen" while taking a midnight walk on the beach.
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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': At the end of "Somber Vacation", Strong Sad is revealed to have gotten [[TanLines an embarrassing-looking burn]] because he forgot to put on "moon-screen" while taking a midnight walk on the beach.
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* In the beach-scene in ''WesternAnimation/HotelTransylvania3SummerVacation'', Eunice Frankenstein asks her husband to rub moon screen on her back to prevent moonburn.
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* Peter Griffin from ''WesterAnimation/FamilyGuy'' has a hairless twin who lives in a storm shed in total darkness. When Peter goes to visit him at night, his hairless twin cringes and says, "Close the door, the moonlight burns!"

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* Peter Griffin from ''WesterAnimation/FamilyGuy'' ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' has a hairless twin who lives in a storm shed in total darkness. When Peter goes to visit him at night, his hairless twin cringes and says, "Close the door, the moonlight burns!"

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* ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'' has a VampireVarietyPack of whom the Mekhet Clan are especially vulnerable to [[KillItWithFire fire]] and [[WeakenedByTheLight sunlight]]; a rare few are so sensitive that a clear full moon will give them a slight burn.
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'''Howard:''' ''[beat]'' That's a [[IWasJustJoking bazinga]], right?\\

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'''Howard:''' ''[beat]'' That's a [[IWasJustJoking bazinga]], bazinga, right?\\



-->-''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', "The Lunar Excitation"

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-->-''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', -->-- ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', "The Lunar Excitation"



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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': At the end of "Somber Vacation", Strong Sad is revealed to have gotten [[TanLines an embarrassing-looking burn]] because he forgot to put on "moon-screen" while taking a midnight walk on the beach.
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* Intended as a plot point in an episode of ''Series/{{Farscape}}: Blue-eyed members of a species on a particular planet suffer severe burns when both of the planet's moons are full. The victim of a murder supposedly carried out by Zhaan was one such individual, and the murder occurred on the night of a double full moon. The full version of the scene in which Chiana cross-examines ''another'' blue-eyed member of the species as a witness, one of the police officers involved in the arrest and who got a severe moonburn as a result, lead to her pointing out that even though the victim was found outdoors, he was ''not'' burned. This cast doubt on the state's case, as it indicated the man was killed elsewhere and moved. However in the final version of the episode that aired ("Dream a Little Dream") the fact the victim was blue-eyed and wasn't burned by the moons was cut.[[note]]The rest of the cross-examination was left in the episode, but only focused on how strange it was for the officer to be outdoors that night.[[/note]]

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* Intended as a plot point in an episode of ''Series/{{Farscape}}: ''Series/{{Farscape}}'': Blue-eyed members of a species on a particular planet suffer severe burns when both of the planet's moons are full. The victim of a murder supposedly carried out by Zhaan was one such individual, and the murder occurred on the night of a double full moon. The full version of the scene in which Chiana cross-examines ''another'' blue-eyed member of the species as a witness, one of the police officers involved in the arrest and who got a severe moonburn as a result, lead to her pointing out that even though the victim was found outdoors, he was ''not'' burned. This cast doubt on the state's case, as it indicated the man was killed elsewhere and moved. However in the final version of the episode that aired ("Dream a Little Dream") the fact that the victim was blue-eyed and wasn't burned by the moons was cut.[[note]]The rest of the cross-examination was left in the episode, but only focused on how strange it was for the officer to be outdoors that night.[[/note]]

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* Intended as a plot point in an episode of ''Series/{{Farscape}}: Blue-eyed members of a species on a particular planet suffer severe burns when both of the planet's moons are full. The victim of a murder supposedly carried out by Zhaan was one such individual, and the murder occurred on the night of a double full moon. The full version of the scene in which Chiana cross-examines ''another'' blue-eyed member of the species as a witness, one of the police officers involved in the arrest and who got a severe moonburn as a result, lead to her pointing out that even though the victim was found outdoors, he was ''not'' burned. This cast doubt on the state's case, as it indicated the man was killed elsewhere and moved. However in the final version of the episode that aired ("Dream a Little Dream") the fact the victim was blue-eyed and wasn't burned by the moons was cut.[[note]]The rest of the cross-examination was left in the episode, but only focused on how strange it was for the officer to be outdoors that night.[[/note]]

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* The page quote comes from "The Lunar Excitation", an episode of ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', in which Sheldon and his colleagues prepare to bounce a laser beam off of a mirror placed on the surface of the moon by Neil Armstrong in 1969.


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* Peter Griffin from ''WesterAnimation/FamilyGuy'' has a hairless twin who lives in a storm shed in total darkness. When Peter goes to visit him at night, his hairless twin cringes and says, "Close the door, the moonlight burns!"
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->'''Sheldon:''' I should've brought an umbrella.\\
'''Leonard:''' What for? It's not going to rain.\\
'''Sheldon:''' I know that, but with skin as fair as mine, moonburn is a real possibility.\\
'''Howard:''' ''[beat]'' That's a [[IWasJustJoking bazinga]], right?\\
'''Sheldon:''' One of my best, don't you think?\\
'''Howard:''' ''[beat, laughs nervously]''
-->-''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', "The Lunar Excitation"





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* In the naturist webcomic ''Webcomic/TheBarePit'', a pair of gloomy {{Goth}} girls regularly practice nude moonbathing.
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