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* HairTriggerSoundEffect: Dow Jones's full name is Dow Jones ''*villain music*''


The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoQA6dVl6bE&list=PLH-RGAw3mDtbLiJ5s8S3I1QtxScieV9ZQ series can be found on Youtube]], and it also has a [[http://www.mikepouch.com/PimpLando/ website that hasn't been updated for a while]].

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The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoQA6dVl6bE&list=PLH-RGAw3mDtbLiJ5s8S3I1QtxScieV9ZQ series can be found on Youtube]], and it also has a [[http://www.mikepouch.com/PimpLando/ website that hasn't been updated for a while]].
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* '''What the foo?!? (A Pimp Lando Story)''': Lando goes to Boston to get some clam chowder for Dow Jones, who had helped him in the previous episode, and has to deal with a ''LiveActionTV/{{Cheers}}'' parody, rampant coffee shops, and horrible drivers.
* '''A Pimp in Time''': Lando visits a bazaar, but a mishap sends him back in time, where he runs into a young Bruce (the Thumper) plotting to take over the world. Eventually he finds himself on the ''[[LiveActionTV/StarTrekTheNextGeneration U.S.S. Enterprise-D]]'' and must get home.

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* '''What the foo?!? (A Pimp Lando Story)''': Lando goes to Boston to get some clam chowder for Dow Jones, who had helped him in the previous episode, and has to deal with a ''LiveActionTV/{{Cheers}}'' ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' parody, rampant coffee shops, and horrible drivers.
* '''A Pimp in Time''': Lando visits a bazaar, but a mishap sends him back in time, where he runs into a young Bruce (the Thumper) plotting to take over the world. Eventually he finds himself on the ''[[LiveActionTV/StarTrekTheNextGeneration ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration U.S.S. Enterprise-D]]'' and must get home.



** The coffee shop in the second episode is a clear parody of ''LiveActionTV/{{Cheers}}''.

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** The coffee shop in the second episode is a clear parody of ''LiveActionTV/{{Cheers}}''.''Series/{{Cheers}}''.

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* ActionFigureSpeech: Along with all 3D Movie Maker movies. The program was too primitive to move the lips of any of the characters, so more often than not they end up MilkingTheGiantCow just to talk. Only partially averted with Outlaw 2 (the ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' expansion that he is from allowed the characters mouths to move, though they weren't synced to any lines and they still gesticulated wildly).


''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lce7haOj2Q&list=PLH-RGAw3mDtbLiJ5s8S3I1QtxScieV9ZQ Pimp Lando]]'' (no, not [[Franchise/StarWars that one]]) is a series of animated comedy shorts from the late 1990's/early 2000's made using Microsoft's ''[[VideoGame/ThreeDMovieMaker 3D Movie Maker]]''. The eponymous Lando (who is not actually a pimp, as the creators are careful to point out; he just looks like one) is somewhat of a JiveTurkey who gets into all sorts of wacky hijinx, sometimes aided (or hindered) by The Evil Guitarist, a large redhead with a monocle who has all sorts of "evil" possessions, and Dow Jones, a mysterious character who is obsessed with clam chowder and whose name is always followed by a [[{{Sting}} villainous musical sting]]. The antagonist of the series is Bruce (the Thumper), who mostly does evil ForTheEvulz but holds a grudge against Lando due to a time-traveling incident where he thwarted Bruce's attempt to TakeOverTheWorld.

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''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lce7haOj2Q&list=PLH-RGAw3mDtbLiJ5s8S3I1QtxScieV9ZQ com/watch?v=yoQA6dVl6bE&index=1&list=PLH-RGAw3mDtbLiJ5s8S3I1QtxScieV9ZQ Pimp Lando]]'' (no, not [[Franchise/StarWars that one]]) is a series of animated comedy shorts from the late 1990's/early 2000's made using Microsoft's ''[[VideoGame/ThreeDMovieMaker 3D Movie Maker]]''. The eponymous Lando (who is not actually a pimp, as the creators are careful to point out; he just looks like one) is somewhat of a JiveTurkey who gets into all sorts of wacky hijinx, sometimes aided (or hindered) by The Evil Guitarist, a large redhead with a monocle who has all sorts of "evil" possessions, and Dow Jones, a mysterious character who is obsessed with clam chowder and whose name is always followed by a [[{{Sting}} villainous musical sting]]. The antagonist of the series is Bruce (the Thumper), who mostly does evil ForTheEvulz but holds a grudge against Lando due to a time-traveling incident where he thwarted Bruce's attempt to TakeOverTheWorld.


--> '''Lawyer''': Shouldn't that be a puppy's puppy?

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--> '''Lawyer''': Shouldn't that be Don't you mean a puppy's puppy?

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* StatusQuoIsGod: "Love Changes Every Pimp" ends with Lando and his new girlfriend flying off into the sunset. She breaks up with him in the epilogue, though.

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* JiveTurkey: Pimp Lando, especially in earlier episodes. The Kwanzaa Krew takes this UpToEleven.


* RecycledSet:Inevitable due to 3D Movie Maker having only about nine sets to choose from without mods. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by Lando when he remarks that Boston (and later Orbisonia) look just like Wall Street, due to them all being the same "city" set.

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* RecycledSet:Inevitable RecycledSet: Inevitable due to 3D Movie Maker having only about nine sets to choose from without mods. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by Lando when he remarks that Boston (and later Orbisonia) look just like Wall Street, due to them all being the same "city" set.

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* RecycledSet:Inevitable due to 3D Movie Maker having only about nine sets to choose from without mods. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by Lando when he remarks that Boston (and later Orbisonia) look just like Wall Street, due to them all being the same "city" set.
** A title comes up once declaring a scene to be on "A Different Street" despite said street looking identical to the one in the previous scene.


-->''Why do you call it the Evil Trope?''
-->'''Cause sometimes it does this.''
-->''(offscreen crash)''

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-->''Why ->''Why do you call it the Evil Trope?''
-->'''Cause ->'''Cause sometimes it does this.''
-->''(offscreen crash)''->''(offscreen crash)''
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** The Evil Guitarist likes to sentence people to [[Franchise/Superman the Phantom Zone]].

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** The Evil Guitarist likes to sentence people to [[Franchise/Superman [[Franchise/{{Superman}} the Phantom Zone]].


* GoshDangItToHeck/UnusualEuphemism: Pimp Lando's catchphrase, "What the foo?!?"

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* GoshDangItToHeck/UnusualEuphemism: GoshDangItToHeck / UnusualEuphemism: Pimp Lando's catchphrase, "What the foo?!?"


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* SpellMyNameWithAThe: It's "The Evil Guitarist."


* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: Testimonies against Bruce include, "He stole my puppy!", "He stole my baby!", and "He stole my puppy's baby!"
--> '''Lawyer''': Shouldn't that be a puppy's puppy?



* GoshDangItToHeck/UnusualEuphemism: Pimp Lando's catchphrase, "What the foo?!?"



* TalkingToHimself: Almost all of the characters are voiced by the three creators, despite having a main/supporting cast of about a dozen, and a whole lot of bit parts.

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* TalkingToHimself: Almost all of ** The Evil Guitarist likes to sentence people to [[Franchise/Superman the characters are voiced by the three creators, despite having a main/supporting cast of about a dozen, and a whole lot of bit parts.Phantom Zone]].

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* CallBack: The first episode centered around a cursed donut. While none of the later episodes do, donuts still get an occasional reference, and Pimp Lando almost always reacts badly.

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