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%%* CowboyEpisode

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%%* CowboyEpisode* CowboyEpisode: The Series 12 episode "The Good, the Bad, and the Chuckles" has the brothers go to the American western town of Rotheridge and have a showdown with a notorious outlaw known as "Big Jake".



* FreakyFridayFlip: In "Alien Antics", because of the aliens' mind-swapping device, Paul gets Freaky Friday'd with an alien. [[spoiler: Then this happens with the brothers and tomatoes.]]
%% * GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and persistent misuse, GCPTR is on-page examples only until 01 June 2021. If you are reading this in the future, please check the trope page to make sure your example fits the current definition.

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* FreakyFridayFlip: In the Series 18 episode "Alien Antics", because of the aliens' mind-swapping device, Paul gets Freaky Friday'd with an alien. [[spoiler: Then this happens with the brothers and tomatoes.]]
%% * GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and persistent misuse, GCPTR is on-page examples only until 01 June 2021. If you are reading this in the future, please check the trope page to make sure your example fits the current definition.
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* AdultsAreUseless: Inverted, there's rarely any kids in the show. However, in the final episode, "See How They Run", there was a large number of kids taking part in the race.



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The show started out in TheEighties as "Chucklehounds", with Paul and Barry in dog costumes, before quickly changing to the format we all know and love.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
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The show started out in TheEighties as "Chucklehounds", with Paul and Barry in dog costumes, before quickly changing to the format we all know and love.



* FatAndSkinny: Subverted. Paul's never been fat, but Barry was practically just skin and bones.


* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Paul

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* %%* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Paul



* CowboyEpisode
* CreativeClosingCredits: HilariousOuttakes.
* TheComicallySerious: No Slacking.

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* %%* CowboyEpisode
* %%* CreativeClosingCredits: HilariousOuttakes.
* %%* TheComicallySerious: No Slacking.


* AdultsAreUseless: Inverted, there's rarely any kids in the show.
** However, in the final episode, "See How They Run", there was a large number of kids taking part in the race.

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* AdultsAreUseless: Inverted, there's rarely any kids in the show.
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show. However, in the final episode, "See How They Run", there was a large number of kids taking part in the race.



* BadassMustache: Both Chuckles. Though Barry eventually shaved his off.


* BadassMustache: Both Chuckles.

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* BadassMustache: Both Chuckles. Though Barry eventually shaved his off.

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* EightiesHair: Paul was still sporting a dyed brown mullet in 2009.


* DiegeticSoundtrackUsage: In the Series 20 episode ''Mind Your Manors'', the brothers end up meeting Beethoven due to a time travelling spell. They help him tune his piano in preparation for a meeting with some music critics, the tuning turning Beethoven's 5th Symphony into the Chucklevision theme.
* DittoAliens: Lampshaded in the Series 18 episode "Alien Antics" involving a FreakyFridayFlip (see below). Paul gets his brain swapped with an alien and Barry notices the Commander looks the same. Paul then impersonates the commander and tells the alien to switch the minds back.



* DittoAliens: Lampshaded in the Series 18 episode "Alien Antics" involving a FreakyFridayFlip (see below). Paul gets his brain swapped with an alien and Barry notices the Commander looks the same. Paul then impersonates the commander and tells the alien to switch the minds back.



* ThemeTuneCameo: In the Series 20 episode ''Mind Your Manors'', the brothers end up meeting Beethoven due to a time travelling spell. They help him tune his piano in preparation for a meeting with some music critics, the tuning turning Beethoven's 5th Symphony into the Chucklevision theme.


* ThemeTuneCameo: In the Series 20 episode ''Mind Your Manors'', the brothers end up meeting Beethoven due to a time travelling spell. They help him tune his piano in preparation for a meeting with some music critics, the tuning turning Beethoven's 5th Symphony into the ChuckleVision theme.

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* ThemeTuneCameo: In the Series 20 episode ''Mind Your Manors'', the brothers end up meeting Beethoven due to a time travelling spell. They help him tune his piano in preparation for a meeting with some music critics, the tuning turning Beethoven's 5th Symphony into the ChuckleVision Chucklevision theme.


* ThemeTuneCameo: In the Series 20 episode ''Mind Your Manors'', the brothers end up meeting Beethoven due to a time travelling spell. They help him tune his piano in preparation for a meeting with some music critics, the tuning turning Beethoven's 5th Symphony into the Chucklevision theme.

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* ThemeTuneCameo: In the Series 20 episode ''Mind Your Manors'', the brothers end up meeting Beethoven due to a time travelling spell. They help him tune his piano in preparation for a meeting with some music critics, the tuning turning Beethoven's 5th Symphony into the Chucklevision ChuckleVision theme.


** However, in the final episode there was a large number of kids taking part in the race.

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** However, in the final episode episode, "See How They Run", there was a large number of kids taking part in the race.



* TheCameo: In "The Final Frontier", Barry is watching ''WesternAnimation/PostmanPat'' on the TV.

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* TheCameo: In "The Final Frontier", Frontier" from Series 7, Barry is watching ''WesternAnimation/PostmanPat'' on the TV.



* ClothingDamage: No Slacking ends up being victim of this in some episodes. For example, after being apparently attacked by a escaped lion halfway through the episode "Safari Park Keepers".

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* ClothingDamage: No Slacking ends up being victim of this in some episodes. For example, after being apparently attacked by a escaped lion halfway through the Series 10 episode "Safari Park Keepers".



* SuperheroEpisode: ''Super Heroes, Super Zeroes'' is about Barry's favourite superhero, Beetleman.

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* SuperheroEpisode: ''Super "Super Heroes, Super Zeroes'' Zeroes" from Series 20 is about Barry's favourite superhero, Beetleman.


* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
-->'''Barry:''' Hey, look! There's our boss, he's running as well.\\
'''Paul:''' Oh yes, and he's seen us. He's waving, look.\\
'''Barry:''' I don't think he's waving, Paul.

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%% * GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
-->'''Barry:''' Hey, look! There's our boss, he's running as well.\\
'''Paul:''' Oh yes,
GettingCrapPastThe Radar: Due to overwhelming and he's seen us. He's waving, look.\\
'''Barry:''' I don't think he's waving, Paul.
persistent misuse, GCPTR is on-page examples only until 01 June 2021. If you are reading this in the future, please check the trope page to make sure your example fits the current definition.


* BizarreAndImprobableGolfGame: The Chuckles played golf in three different episodes: "Goofy Golfers" from Series 4, "Cousins at War" from Series 13, and "Driving Ambition" from Series 19.



* DittoAliens: Lampshaded in an episode involving a FreakyFridayFlip (see below). Paul gets his brain swapped with an alien and Barry notices the Commander looks the same. Paul then impersonates the commander and tells the alien to switch the minds back.

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* DittoAliens: Lampshaded in an the Series 18 episode "Alien Antics" involving a FreakyFridayFlip (see below). Paul gets his brain swapped with an alien and Barry notices the Commander looks the same. Paul then impersonates the commander and tells the alien to switch the minds back.



* FreakyFridayFlip: In the alien abduction episode, because of the aliens' mind-swapping device, one of the brothers gets Freaky Friday'd with an alien. [[spoiler: Then this happens with the brothers and tomatoes.]]

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* FreakyFridayFlip: In the alien abduction episode, "Alien Antics", because of the aliens' mind-swapping device, one of the brothers Paul gets Freaky Friday'd with an alien. [[spoiler: Then this happens with the brothers and tomatoes.]]



* HauntedHouse: The premise of the episode "Spooks & Gardens", notable for being written by Creator/RussellTDavies.

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* HauntedHouse: The premise of the Series 5 episode "Spooks & Gardens", notable for being written by Creator/RussellTDavies.



* SuperheroEpisode: ''Super heroes, Super Zeroes'' is about Barry's favourite superhero, Beetleman.

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* SuperheroEpisode: ''Super heroes, Heroes, Super Zeroes'' is about Barry's favourite superhero, Beetleman.



* ThemeTuneCameo: In the episode ''Mind Your Manors'', the brothers end up meeting Beethoven due to a time travelling spell. They help him tune his piano in preparation for a meeting with some music critics, the tuning turning Beethovenís 5th Symphony into the Chucklevision theme.

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* ThemeTuneCameo: In the Series 20 episode ''Mind Your Manors'', the brothers end up meeting Beethoven due to a time travelling spell. They help him tune his piano in preparation for a meeting with some music critics, the tuning turning Beethovenís Beethoven's 5th Symphony into the Chucklevision theme.

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* FatAndSkinny: Subverted. Paul's never been fat, but Barry was practically just skin and bones.

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* {{Expy}}: It's easy to see Paul as this to Moe Howard of ''Series/TheThreeStooges''. Both clearly think of themselves as being much smarter than they actually are, would rather put all the work on their respective sidekicks and generally put the blame on said sidekicks when they mess up.


* LongRunners: For over 20 years! In fact, it's currently the UK's longest running comedy show.

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* LongRunners: For over 20 years! 22 years from 1987 to 2009! In fact, it's currently it was the UK's longest running comedy show.

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