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* 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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* 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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* TheUnintelligible: Dan the Van only ever speaks with murmurs and mumbling. One episode lampshades this detail.
-->'''Paul:''' Oh no, what would Dan the Van say?
-->'''Barry:''' Mumble mumble.

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* UnrelatedBrothers: Inverted with "No Slacking" and "Get Out of It", who are Paul And Barry's older brothers Jimmy and Brian Elliott. Their own comedy pairing "The Patton Brothers" actually preceded The Chuckle Brothers by 13 years.

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* EveryoneChasingYou: A big chunk of the episodes would end with the Chuckles being chased by people who they were only trying to help.

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* BigLittleBrother: Barry is the older of the two, but Paul is much taller.


* LongRunners: For over 20 years!

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


* ClothingDamage: No Slacking ends up being victim of this after the escaped lion attacked him 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 the being apparently attacked by a escaped lion attacked him halfway through the episode "Safari Park Keepers".

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* ClothingDamage: No Slacking ends up being victim of this after the escaped lion attacked him halfway through the episode "Safari Park Keepers".


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* ImpactSilhouette: Happens a little often throughout the series. One example of this from a episode "Split Milk" where Paul accidentally catapults Barry into a wall of the building in the milk depot.


Chucklevision had 21 series with 292 episodes, aired between 1987 to 2009.

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Chucklevision had a total of 21 series with 292 episodes, aired between 1987 to 2009.


Chucklevision has 21 seasons with 292 episodes, aired between 1987 to 2009.

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Chucklevision has had 21 seasons series with 292 episodes, aired between 1987 to 2009.

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* ButtMonkey:
** No Slacking can get the short end of the stick a lot.
** DependingOnTheWriter Paul or Barry can have their fair share of comical incidents happening to them.


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** Paul may be quite self-centered himself but he still cares deeply for his brother Barry.


Chucklevision has 21 Series with 292 episodes, aired between 1987 to 2009.

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Chucklevision has 21 Series seasons with 292 episodes, aired between 1987 to 2009.



* AdultsAreUseless: Inverted, there's rarely any kids in the show
** However, in the final episode there was a large amount of kids doing the race

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* AdultsAreUseless: Inverted, there's rarely any kids in the show
show.
** However, in the final episode there was a large amount number of kids doing taking part in the race race.



* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: Dan the Van. He's frequently ordering the Chuckle brothers about, but we never see him. Often members of his family act as his representative, and on the rare occassions he shows up [[TheFaceless his face isn't visible]], hidden under bandages or the 8 like

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* HeWhoMustNotBeSeen: Dan the Van. He's frequently ordering the Chuckle brothers about, but we never see him. Often members of his family act as his representative, and on the rare occassions occasions he shows up [[TheFaceless his face isn't visible]], hidden under bandages or the 8 likelike.



* OopNorth: Both Paul and Barry speak with Rotherham accents. (It's rather surreal how similar the brutal mercenary Bronn from ''Series/GameOfThrones'' sounds to the Chuckles).

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* OopNorth: Both Paul and Barry speak with Rotherham accents. (It's rather surreal how similar the brutal mercenary Bronn from ''Series/GameOfThrones'' sounds to the Chuckles). Chuckles.)



* TakenForGranite: In the episode "Et Tu Chuckle" Paul and Barry along with the emperor cover themself in cement and at the end of the episode the cement dries leaving them stuck, it then shows the statues in modern times showing they are most likely stuck like that forever.

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* TakenForGranite: In the episode "Et Tu Chuckle" Paul and Barry along with the emperor cover themself themselves in cement and at the end of the episode the cement dries dries, leaving them stuck, it stuck. It then shows the statues in modern times showing times, implying that they are most likely stuck like that forever.



** Then there are their Grandfathers. And their Mad Uncle.

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** Then there are their Grandfathers. grandfathers. And their Mad Uncle.mad uncle.

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