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** [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic Crowning Music Of]] [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Funny]]: Tropers tend to enjoy the LampshadeHanging the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIRTq8rN5UI second song]] to play under the credits. [[ThisIsASong "This is the song]] / [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin That runs under the credits]] / [[CreditsGag These are the credits]] / [[ShapedLikeItself So this is where it goes]]..."

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** [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic Crowning Music Of]] [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Funny]]: Tropers tend to enjoy the LampshadeHanging of the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIRTq8rN5UI second song]] to play under the credits. [[ThisIsASong "This is the song]] / [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin That runs under the credits]] / [[CreditsGag These are the credits]] / [[ShapedLikeItself So this is where it goes]]..."


** [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic Crowning Music Of]] [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Funny]]: The second song to play under the credits. [[ThisIsASong "This is the song]] / [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin That runs under the credits]] / [[CreditsGag These are the credits]] / [[ShapedLikeItself So this is where it goes]]..."

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** [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic Crowning Music Of]] [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Funny]]: The Tropers tend to enjoy the LampshadeHanging the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIRTq8rN5UI second song song]] to play under the credits. [[ThisIsASong "This is the song]] / [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin That runs under the credits]] / [[CreditsGag These are the credits]] / [[ShapedLikeItself So this is where it goes]]...""



** Tropers tend to enjoy the LampshadeHanging song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIRTq8rN5UI The Credits Song]].


* {{Bowdlerize}}: Jonah's sermon to the Ninevites has been embellished as usual to say, "Thus Says the Lord; Stop doing these wicked things or this city will be destroyed." In the Bible, all Jonah offered was nothing but doom, destruction and death. All Jonah really said was, "Yet forty days, Nineveh's overturned!"


* DesignatedHero: Jonah is a [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]] version of this. While he does bring enlightening messages to the people of Israel, he never actually does anything particularly heroic. When he is ordered by God to deliver a message to the infamously sinful Nineveh, Jonah disobeys his orders by sailing the other way, though he does show shades of guilt at doing this. When the pirates and their ship are endangered by a massive storm, Jonah [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone realizes his mistake]] and abandons ship to suffer the consequences for his actions. After being eaten then vomited by a whale, Jonah decides to get the message delivered to Nineveh and be done with it. After he sends the message, the citizens of Nineveh change their ways, but Jonah still expects God to annihilate the city. However, after God had a large plant grow to shade Jonah from the sun as he waits, Jonah has the gall to be upset [[SkewedPriorities when Khalil eats the stem of the plant]]. Even after Klahil gets it through Jonah's head that God has given Nineveh a second chance at redemption, which was exactly what He had given Jonah, Jonah still [[{{Wangst}} complains at how unfair all of it is]]. Of course, Khalil and Reginald decide to [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere leave Jonah to wallow in his selfish misery]], which is done to [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped get the message of the story across]].

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* DesignatedHero: Jonah is a [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]] version of this. While he does bring enlightening messages to the people of Israel, he never actually does anything particularly heroic. When he is ordered by God to deliver a message to the infamously sinful Nineveh, Jonah disobeys his orders by sailing the other way, though he does show shades of guilt at doing this. When the pirates and their ship are endangered by a massive storm, Jonah [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone realizes his mistake]] and abandons ship to suffer the consequences for his actions. After being eaten then vomited by a whale, Jonah decides to get the message delivered to Nineveh and be done with it. After he sends the message, the citizens of Nineveh change their ways, but Jonah still expects God to annihilate the city. However, after God had a large plant grow to shade Jonah from the sun as he waits, Jonah has the gall to be upset [[SkewedPriorities when Khalil eats the stem of the plant]]. Even after Klahil gets it through Jonah's head that God has given Nineveh a second chance at redemption, which was exactly what He had given Jonah, Jonah still [[{{Wangst}} complains at how unfair all of it is]]. Of course, Khalil and Reginald [[EvenTheDogIsAshamed Reginald]] decide to [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere leave Jonah to wallow in his selfish misery]], which is done to [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped get the message of the story across]].


* {{Bowdlerize}}: Jonah's sermon to the Ninevites has been embellished as usual to say, "Thus Says the Lord; Stop doing these wicked things or this city will be destroyed!... A message from the Lord." In the Bible, all Jonah offered was nothing but doom, destruction and death. All Jonah really said was, "Yet forty days, Nineveh's overturned!"

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Jonah's sermon to the Ninevites has been embellished as usual to say, "Thus Says the Lord; Stop doing these wicked things or this city will be destroyed!... A message from the Lord.destroyed." In the Bible, all Jonah offered was nothing but doom, destruction and death. All Jonah really said was, "Yet forty days, Nineveh's overturned!"


* {{Bowdlerize}}: Jonah's sermon to the Ninevites has been embellished as usual to say, "Thus Says the Lord; Stop doing these or this city will be destroyed!... A message from the Lord." In the Bible, all Jonah offered was nothing but doom, destruction and death. All Jonah really said was, "Yet forty days, Nineveh's overturned!"

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Jonah's sermon to the Ninevites has been embellished as usual to say, "Thus Says the Lord; Stop doing these wicked things or this city will be destroyed!... A message from the Lord." In the Bible, all Jonah offered was nothing but doom, destruction and death. All Jonah really said was, "Yet forty days, Nineveh's overturned!"


* {{Bowdlerize}}: Jonah's sermon to the Ninevites has been embellished as usual to say, "Stop doing these or this city will be destroyed!... A message from the Lord." In the Bible, all Jonah offered was nothing but doom, destruction and death. All Jonah really said was, "Yet forty days, Nineveh's overturned!"

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Jonah's sermon to the Ninevites has been embellished as usual to say, "Stop "Thus Says the Lord; Stop doing these or this city will be destroyed!... A message from the Lord." In the Bible, all Jonah offered was nothing but doom, destruction and death. All Jonah really said was, "Yet forty days, Nineveh's overturned!"

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* {{Bowdlerize}}: Jonah's sermon to the Ninevites has been embellished as usual to say, "Stop doing these or this city will be destroyed!... A message from the Lord." In the Bible, all Jonah offered was nothing but doom, destruction and death. All Jonah really said was, "Yet forty days, Nineveh's overturned!"

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* WhatAnIdiot: Even if Larry was under the impression that the Cheese Curl bags he and the other pirates were accused of stealing were free samples, he should have at least asked for clarification first, especially considering how the worst-case-scenario would be the Ninevites reacting with hostility, which is exactly what happened.


** "Second Chances" in ''Jonah'', performed by a gospel choir. It's also one of the [[EarWorm catchiest songs]] in the film.
** "In the Belly of the Whale", which is the first song that plays under the credits before "The Credits Song." Doubles as EarWorm.

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** "Second Chances" in ''Jonah'', performed by a gospel choir. It's also one of the [[EarWorm catchiest songs]] songs in the film.
** "In the Belly of the Whale", which is the first song that plays under the credits before "The Credits Song." Doubles as EarWorm."



* EarWorm: Aside from the songs, the French Peas singing about their menu. "Steak and shrimp! Steak and shrimp!"

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* CrossesTheLineTwice: “The Slap of No Return.”

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* AmericansHateTingle: Even though the Brazilian Portuguese dub was released around the time of the source material's popularity in Brazil, this movie never caught on and thus became very hard to find in said country.


** Jonah's message to "Wash your hands" is not merely for humor. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Handwashing_in_Judaism Judaism had several rules for handwashing]].

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** Jonah's message to "Wash your hands" is not merely for humor. humor ("It's not a joke!") [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Handwashing_in_Judaism Judaism had several rules for handwashing]].

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* AdaptationDisplacement: It was dubbed in more languages than the series it was based on.

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