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** Heck, the constant accusing.

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** Constantly pointing out Jimmy's stupidity in the third segment.

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* RapidFireInterrupting: Done in a scene where Jimmy's parents are arguing; Servo (as Jimmy) keeps trying to get a word in edgewise but keeps getting cut off by Jimmy's parents.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Dr. Forrester is shocked to find out that Frank baked the cake with the dancer still in it.


** Joel delivers a blistering one-liner after the judge, who is so moved by Jimmy's story about his non-AbusiveParents and stupid decisions, dismisses all the charges.

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** Joel delivers a blistering one-liner after the judge, who is so moved by Jimmy's story about his non-AbusiveParents and stupid decisions, dismisses all the charges.suspends his prison sentence and gives him probation instead.


** Quacking every time the door opens at Blake's office and a picture of ducks appears in the background.

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** Quacking every time the door opens at Blake's office Kitty's apartment and a picture of ducks appears in the background.


** Quacking every time the door opens and a picture of ducks appears in the background.

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** Quacking every time the door opens at Blake's office and a picture of ducks appears in the background.


** Joel and the Bots coming up with even more ridiculous lies than the ones Jimmy says in the movie, some of them relating to WorldWarII.

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** Joel and the Bots coming up with even more ridiculous lies than the ones Jimmy says in the movie, some of them relating to WorldWarII.UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.



* ShoutOut: Crow blurts out "was you ever bit by a dead bee" during the dinner scene, when Kitty is in maximum LaurenBacall mode. This is a nod to Bacall's first movie, ''ToHaveAndHaveNot''.

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* ShoutOut: Crow blurts out "was you ever bit by a dead bee" during the dinner scene, when Kitty is in maximum LaurenBacall Creator/LaurenBacall mode. This is a nod to Bacall's first movie, ''ToHaveAndHaveNot''.''Film/ToHaveAndHaveNot''.

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* SocietyIsToBlame: The premise of "I Accuse My Parents" - the person that committed the crime is blameless because his parents and everyone else failed him first.

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* RockMeAsmodeus: While Kitty sings and Jimmy looks on, Crow riffs: "Yes Satan, speak to me through this song."

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* HurricaneOfPuns: Tom's shoe store-themed musical announcement during a nightclub dance scene.
--> And now Thom [=McAn=] and the Payless Orchestra, with Cole Haan on the saxophone, then the Naturalizers will sing something by Johnston & Murphy.


* SongParody: "He's crazy... crazy for 'ccusin' his parents."

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* SongParody: "He's "[[Music/WillieNelson He's crazy... crazy for 'ccusin' his parents."]]"



->''[[TheStinger [Laughter]]]'' [[TheStinger "What's so funny??"]]

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->''[[TheStinger [Laughter]]]'' -->'''Mr. Wilson:''' ''[[TheStinger laughs]]''
-->'''Mrs. Wilson:'''
[[TheStinger "What's What's so funny??"]]funny?]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The John Bradshaw Story!]]

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** Joel delivers a blistering one-liner after the judge, who is so moved by Jimmy's story about his non-AbusiveParents and stupid decisions, dismisses all the charges.
-->'''Joel:''' Thank God I'm white!
** Joel and the Bots also tear ''The Truck Farmer'' a new one for its unflinching praise of terrible land management and exploited cheap labor.


!!The ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' presentation provides examples of:

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!!The ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' ''Mystery Science Theater 3000'' presentation provides examples of:



** [[JungleGoddess Hamburgers with a french-fried potatoes garnish]].

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** [[JungleGoddess [[Film/JungleGoddess Hamburgers with a french-fried potatoes garnish]].

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