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* Every other episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}''.
** This seems to happen a lot on {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} and Disney Channel.


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** This seems to happen a lot on {{Nickelodeon}} and Disney Channel.

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** This seems to happen a lot on {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} and Disney Channel.


* Every other episode of ''{{Doug}}''.

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* Every other episode of ''{{Doug}}''.''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}''.


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* In Creator/{{CLAMP}}'s ''Manga/{{Wish}}'' manga, Angels are running around terrified of what God thinks of their romantic entanglements. Turns out God isn't as Smitey as characterized.

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* Most decidedly '''not''' PlayedForLaughs in Creator/GuyDeMaupassant's short story "Literature/TheNecklace": A woman borrows her friend's diamond necklace for a fancy dress party, only to lose it and buy a new one, using loaned money that takes her a decade to pay back. Near the end of the story, she runs into her friend (whom she hasn't seen since the party) and reveals the truth. The friend, tears welling up in her eyes, reveals that her necklace was merely "paste" (costume jewelery), and didn't cost a fraction of the replacement's price tag.

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* In Creator/{{CLAMP}}'s {{Wish}} manga, Angels are running around terrified of what God thinks of their romantic entanglements. Turns out God isn't as Smitey as characterized.



* Most decidedly '''not''' PlayedForLaughs in Creator/GuyDeMaupassant's short story "Literature/TheNecklace": A woman borrows her friend's diamond necklace for a fancy dress party, only to lose it and buy a new one, using loaned money that takes her a decade to pay back. Near the end of the story, she runs into her friend (whom she hasn't seen since the party) and reveals the truth. The friend, tears welling up in her eyes, reveals that her necklace was merely "paste" (costume jewelery), and didn't cost a fraction of the replacement's price tag.


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-->'''Penfold:''' Well, maybe this a the scout ship for a planet of intergalactic tea bags...who have been driven off course by a storm in a teacup. And are going stir crazy for a pound of tea leaves. And if tea leaves, then so can I. (''tries to leave but DM grabs him'')

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-->'''Penfold:''' Well, maybe this a is the scout ship for a planet of intergalactic tea bags...who have been driven off course by a storm in a teacup. And are going stir crazy for a pound of tea leaves. And if tea leaves, then so can I. (''tries to leave but DM grabs him'')him'')
-->'''DM:''' No you don't, Penfold! Now come on, before I lose my temper and give you three lumps!


-->'''Penfold:''' Well, maybe this a the scout ship for a planet of intergalactic tea bags...who have been driven off course by a storm in a teacup. And are going stir crazy for a pound of tea leaves. And if tea leaves, the so can I. (''tries to leave but DM grabs him'')

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-->'''Penfold:''' Well, maybe this a the scout ship for a planet of intergalactic tea bags...who have been driven off course by a storm in a teacup. And are going stir crazy for a pound of tea leaves. And if tea leaves, the then so can I. (''tries to leave but DM grabs him'')


* In the ''DangerMouse'' episode "Ee-Tea!," Penfold uses the phrase in a series of [[IncrediblyLamePuns bad puns]] relating to tea as he and Penfold try to fathom who is commanding the spaceship they're in that is stealing the world's tea.

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* In the ''DangerMouse'' episode "Ee-Tea!," Penfold uses the phrase in a series of [[IncrediblyLamePuns [[IncrediblyLamePun bad puns]] relating to tea as he and Penfold try to fathom who is commanding the spaceship they're in that is stealing the world's tea.


* In the ''DangerMouse'' episode "Ee-Tea!," Penfold uses the phrase in a series of [[Incredibly Lame Pun]]s relating to tea as he and Penfold try to fathom who is commanding the spaceship they're in that is stealing the world's tea.

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* In the ''DangerMouse'' episode "Ee-Tea!," Penfold uses the phrase in a series of [[Incredibly Lame Pun]]s [[IncrediblyLamePuns bad puns]] relating to tea as he and Penfold try to fathom who is commanding the spaceship they're in that is stealing the world's tea.

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* In the ''DangerMouse'' episode "Ee-Tea!," Penfold uses the phrase in a series of [[Incredibly Lame Pun]]s relating to tea as he and Penfold try to fathom who is commanding the spaceship they're in that is stealing the world's tea.
-->'''Penfold:''' Well, maybe this a the scout ship for a planet of intergalactic tea bags...who have been driven off course by a storm in a teacup. And are going stir crazy for a pound of tea leaves. And if tea leaves, the so can I. (''tries to leave but DM grabs him'')


* In the ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode "Wet Painters", Spongebob and Patrick panick when they get paint on Mr. Krabs first dollar, only to be told the supposedly unremovable paint can be removed with saliva.

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* In PlayedForLaughs in the ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode "Wet Painters", where Spongebob and Patrick panick panic when they get paint on Mr. Krabs first dollar, only to be told that the supposedly unremovable irremovable paint can be easily removed with saliva.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', Timmy's parents buy an antique vase and warn Timmy and Vikki about how fragile it is. At the end of the episode, Timmy's stopped Vikki from breaking the vase, then breaks it himself. Just as Vikki starts to gloat, Timmy's parents begin laughing, it turns out the vase was ten dollar junk from a garage sell, but it was ''insured'' for a few thousand dollars and they were banking on it being broken.


* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' has "Lesson Zero", the third episode of the second season. Twilight Sparkle goes [[SanitySlippage mad with worry]] when she realizes she's forgotten to send her [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall weekly]] [[AndKnowningIsHalfTheBattle friendship report]] to her mentor Princess Celestia. This culminates in half the town of Ponyville fighting over Twilight's favorite childhood toy after a botched attempt to "make a friendship problem".

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' has "Lesson Zero", the third episode of the second season. Twilight Sparkle goes [[SanitySlippage mad with worry]] when she realizes she's forgotten to send her [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall weekly]] [[AndKnowningIsHalfTheBattle [[AndKnowingIsHalfTheBattle friendship report]] to her mentor Princess Celestia. This culminates in half the town of Ponyville fighting over Twilight's favorite childhood toy after a botched attempt to "make a friendship problem".


* In [[SpongebobSquarepants Spongebob Squarepants]] "Wet Painters" episode, Spongebob and Patrick panick when they get paint on Mr. Krabs first dollar, only to be told the supposedly unremovable paint can be removed with saliva.

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* In [[SpongebobSquarepants Spongebob Squarepants]] the ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode "Wet Painters" episode, Painters", Spongebob and Patrick panick when they get paint on Mr. Krabs first dollar, only to be told the supposedly unremovable paint can be removed with saliva.


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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' has "Lesson Zero", the third episode of the second season. Twilight Sparkle goes [[SanitySlippage mad with worry]] when she realizes she's forgotten to send her [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall weekly]] [[AndKnowningIsHalfTheBattle friendship report]] to her mentor Princess Celestia. This culminates in half the town of Ponyville fighting over Twilight's favorite childhood toy after a botched attempt to "make a friendship problem".

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