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* {{Anvilicious}}: At the end of every debate. More than often SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped.
* CulturalPosturing: Played for laughs. And sometimes not.
* FunnyForeigner: The panelists deconstruct, reconstruct and play with this.

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* {{Anvilicious}}: %%* AnAesop: At the end of every debate. More than often SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped.debate.
* %%* CulturalPosturing: Played for laughs. And sometimes not.
* %%* FunnyForeigner: The panelists deconstruct, reconstruct and play with this.


Despite having an initial order of twenty episodes (with the show almost canceled after episode seventeen due to a scandal), its popularity expanded the series to 177 episodes, the most recent one airing on December 4, 2017. While the hosts and JTBC said a three-month hiatus would take place, the series has yet to return.


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Despite having an initial order of twenty episodes (with the show almost canceled after episode seventeen due to a scandal), scandal involving the Japanese national anthem), its popularity expanded the series to 177 episodes, the most recent one airing on December 4, 2017. While the The hosts and JTBC said wanted to take a three-month hiatus would take place, because another drama was showing; even after it ended, the series show has yet to return.



** "There's a saying in my country..." And that led to many Turkish proverbs.

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** "There's a saying in my country..." And that led to many Turkish proverbs.proverbs in many of the earlier episodes.



->''[[TheStinger "Until the day we all become normal."]]''

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->''[[TheStinger "Until ->''"Until the day we all become normal."]]''"''



->''"Until the day we all become normal."''

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\n->''"Until ----
->''[[TheStinger "Until
the day we all become normal."''"]]''
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!! This show provides examples of:

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!! This show provides examples of:The tropes the guests would like to discuss today are:


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Despite having an initial order of twenty episodes (with the show almost canceled after episode seventeen due to a scandal), its popularity expanded the series to 177 episodes, the most recent one airing on December 4, 2017. While the hosts and JTBC said a three-month hiatus would take place, the series has yet to return.



While it started slow with its first few episodes, it started picking up steam and popularity as Koreans fell in love with the foreign panelists, who spoke fluent Korean (and some claimed that a few spoke Korean even better than them). They ended up on other TV shows and commercials throughout the year; in 2015, the show won the Baeksang Award for Best Variety Show.


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While it started slow with its first few episodes, it started picking up steam and popularity as Koreans fell in love with the foreign panelists, who spoke fluent Korean (and some claimed that a few spoke Korean even better than them). They ended up on other TV shows and commercials throughout the year; since then; in 2015, the show won the Baeksang Award for Best Variety Show.




* ModelUnitedNations: Kind of...rather than making resolutions, they decide whether or not the panelist was abnormal. And there's a lot more humor in the process.



** The panelists falling head over heels with the female panelists, and being disappointed with the male ones. Lampshaded in Episode 67, where the Korean representative noted how he had a more muted welcome.
* ScrewTheWarWerePartying: How Lebanon is viewed during the Middle East conflicts. Visiting intern Samer Samhoun confirms this.

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** The panelists falling head over heels with the female panelists, and being disappointed with the male ones. Lampshaded [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in Episode 67, where the Korean representative noted how he had a more muted welcome.
* ScrewTheWarWerePartying: How Lebanon is viewed during the Middle East conflicts. Visiting intern Samer Samhoun confirms this.this.


->''"Until the day we all become normal."''


->''"World leaders go to the United Nations, in a summit to promote international peace and understanding. Meanwhile, in a small room, even though they were not dispatched by their countries, the G11, claiming to be representatives, arrive to discuss issues.''

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->''"World leaders go to ->''"Despite the United Nations, in a summit to promote international lack of any official recognition, the self-appointed G's from around the world are convening for the peace and understanding. Meanwhile, in a small room, even though they were not dispatched by their countries, security of global youth hence the G11, claiming to be representatives, arrive to discuss issues.Non-Summit Meeting was formed.''


->''"World leaders go to the United Nations, in a summit to promote international peace and understanding. Meanwhile, in a small room, even though they were not dispatched by their countries, the G11, claiming to be representatives, arrive to discuss issues.''
-->--The intro to every single episode





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While it started slow with its first few episodes, it started picking up steam and popularity as Koreans fell in love with the foreign panelists, who spoke fluent Korean (and some claimed that a few spoke Korean even better than them). They ended up on other TV shows and commercials throughout the year; in 2015, the show won the Baeksang Award for Best Variety Show.



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* RunningGag: Especially in the early episodes, this was drilled a lot. One could make a DrinkingGame out of this.
**Julian and his spitting.
**Sam and his catchphrases, and how anything he says is a "Ghana lie". The latter could lean over towards UnfortunateImplications territory, however.
**"There's a saying in my country..." And that led to many Turkish proverbs.
**Alberto mentioning how some things are not popular because of the "marketing".
**The panelists falling head over heels with the female panelists, and being disappointed with the male ones. Lampshaded in Episode 67, where the Korean representative noted how he had a more muted welcome.


* ChristmasInJapan: And China. And Korea. Yuan accidentally refers to the motel reservation influxes at Christmas. Sam, who used to work as a receptionists confirms this.


* {{Anvilicious}}: At the end of every debate. More than often SomeAnvilsNeedtoBeDropped.
* ChristmasInJapan: And China. And Korea. Yuan accidently refers to the motel reservation influxes at Christmas. Sam, who used to work as a receptionists confirms this.
* CulturalPosturing: Played for Laughs. And sometimes not.
* FunnyForeigner: How the panelist deconstruct, reconstruct and play with this.

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* {{Anvilicious}}: At the end of every debate. More than often SomeAnvilsNeedtoBeDropped.SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped.
* ChristmasInJapan: And China. And Korea. Yuan accidently accidentally refers to the motel reservation influxes at Christmas. Sam, who used to work as a receptionists confirms this.
* CulturalPosturing: Played for Laughs.laughs. And sometimes not.
* FunnyForeigner: How the panelist The panelists deconstruct, reconstruct and play with this.


* Anvilicious: At the end of every debate. More than often SomeAnvilsNeedtoBeDropped.

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* Anvilicious: {{Anvilicious}}: At the end of every debate. More than often SomeAnvilsNeedtoBeDropped.

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