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* WhiteGloveTest: The battleship in "Seaman Tarfu in the Navy" has an automatic deck swabbing machine, which is then followed by an automated whited glove checking the cleanliness of the deck.

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* WhiteGloveTest: The battleship in "Seaman Tarfu in the Navy" has an automatic deck swabbing machine, which is then followed by an automated whited white glove checking the cleanliness of the deck.

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* GooGooGetUp: In "Spies", one of the Japanese spies is disguised as a baby. Snafu, naturally, fails to notice.

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* TheRuntAtTheEnd: In "Three Brothers", Snafu's brother Fubar is working in the K-9 Corps. As a target dummy. He gets pursued by a pack of attack dogs. The last one, lagging behind the others, is a tiny and extremely yappy Chihuahua.


* EhiteGloveTest: The battleship in "Seaman Tarfu in the Navy" has an automatic deck swabbing machine, which is then followed by an automated whited glove checking the cleanliness of the deck.

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* EhiteGloveTest: WhiteGloveTest: The battleship in "Seaman Tarfu in the Navy" has an automatic deck swabbing machine, which is then followed by an automated whited glove checking the cleanliness of the deck.

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* EhiteGloveTest: The battleship in "Seaman Tarfu in the Navy" has an automatic deck swabbing machine, which is then followed by an automated whited glove checking the cleanliness of the deck.

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* CouldntFindALighter: In "Hot Spot", the Devil lights his cigar off the hellfire of his FireAndBrimstoneHell.

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* OffTheChart: In "It's Murder She Says", the graph showing the malaria rates goes off the top of the chart, with several extra charts stuck on above the original to capture the rise, before going off the edge of the screen.

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* ButtBiter: In "Private Snafu vs. Malaria Mike", Malaria Mike bites Snafu on the ass using a steel proboscis shaped like a harpoon.

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* NapoleonDelusion: After Snafu is locked up in a padded cell at the end of "Rumors", he is joined by a crazed baloney wearing a Napoleon hat. (ItMakesSenseInContext.)


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* SuperWindowJump: In "Rumors", Snafu enters the barracks to hide by jumping in through a closed window. He then exits by jumping out a different closed window.


* ThatPoorPlant: In "Gas", the flowers in the meadow where Snafu is lazing wither and die as the sentient cloud of DeadlyGas touches down.

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* ThatPoorPlant: ThatPoorPlant:
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In "Gas", the flowers in the meadow where Snafu is lazing wither and die as the sentient cloud of DeadlyGas touches down.down.
** In "Private Snafu vs. Malaria Mike", Mike misses Snafu and bites a tree, which then develops the symptoms of malaria and keels over.

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* HumanHeadOnTheWall: At the end of "Private Snafu vs. Malaria Mike", Malaria Mike has Snafu's head mounted on his wall above his fireplace.

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* MouseTrap: In "Booby Traps", one of the booby traps that almost does for Snafu is a giant mousetrap.

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* VisualPun: "Booby Traps" has a female dummy whose breasts turn out to be disguised bombs; i.e. literal 'booby traps'.

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* InteractiveNarrator: In "Booby Traps", Snafu gets in an argument with the narrator after the narrator describes him as 'a boob'.

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* BedlahBabe: Snafu stumbles on to a harem full of these in "Booby Traps". Of course, the whole thing turns out to be one giant booby trap.

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