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  • Almost any time that Kogoro acts like a complete fool.
  • Anytime Yukiko gave a Death Glare or punish Conan for addressing her as Obaa-san in front of everyone else.
  • Any time Conan is in an "awkward" moment with Ran (a.k.a. when Shinichi sees his crush naked) and his reactions go from either being super flustered to outright nosebleeds.
  • Any Kazuha and Heiji moments. They go from heartwarming to laugh out loud funny in seconds after one starts to blush.
  • Any time Heiji slips and says the name "Kudo" when others are around, and the scramble to try to cover it up. Just look here.
  • Conan's Catchphrase is Ah Le Le. He used this to point out for Kogoro and the Officers when he noticed a clue for the investigation. Repeat this many times and it becomes hilarious
    • In Episode 316, Kogoro even imitates this catchphrase, with cute eyes like Conan
    • In Episode 435, when Conan got carried away with pointing out the clues and his deduction was out of character for an elementary school pupil, Ai warns him not to stop that. Furthermore, she even imitates his Ah Le Le and Okashizou as a reminder to point out clues. When he does, it turns out awkward with Genta and the others around and they calls him out for it while Ai chortled at this.
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    • By 928, Conan forget that he was Shinichi and ended up using Ah Le Le without thinking
  • Any time Conan makes a sarcastic comment to himself.
  • Any time Sonoko tries to help Ran in her "relationship" with Shinichi and Conan starts thinking perverted thoughts.
    • Especially when Sonoko takes a photo of Ran in her new swimsuit and sends it Conan calling it her "Special Sexy Shot of Ran". Then Ayumi finds him on the phone and Conan nearly gets his cover blown. Ran asks Shinichi to delete the photo, but since he already saw it, he saved it. Then the Detective Boys found it and had Ai delete it. Conan's reaction: priceless.
  • Any time Kogoro goes into his "protective dad" mode over something trivial.
    • Like when Ran gets a call from Shinichi and Kogoro starts eavesdropping.
  • Any episode featuring Ran using karate on the culprit.
    • Double in the episode featuring Akemi Miyano posing as a highschooler, in which the suspect she chokes takes his sunglasses off... and both Conan and Kogoro laugh at him. Not So Above It All, huh?
    • Also double in the wrestler episode. While the other wrestlers were defeated by the culprit, Ran was the one to defeat him.
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  • Any time Conan acts like a kid without even trying. (a.k.a Whenever Shinichi forgets he's actually a teenager) Such as when he freaked out after finding a suitcase full of women's underwear during a case.


  • The first movie, the Timed Skyscraper had Conan, Ran and Kogoro attending Moriya Teiji's party in place of Shinichi. Then, sometimes later, the Moriya himself test Kogoro and the other guests to deduce the password of the computer based on the information given. Kogoro himself had trouble to figure it out while Conan realised about it in less than 10 seconds, which the answer was Momotaro. Kogoro's reaction by crumpling the quiz paper in frustration when a little kid outsmarted him in the quiz was totally priceless.
    • Another one in the same movie. The culprit for the incident in the movie was Moriya Teiji. However, Kogoro ended up accusing Inspector Shiratori Ninzaburou because of his interest in art. When Shinichi revealed the whole thing and Shiratori arrested the true culprit, we had this exchange:
    Kogoro: This solves the case! Happy ending! Happy ending!
    Shiratori:It's hardly a happy ending, Mouri-san! What a terrible person you are, accusing people criminal randomly.
  • In the Detective Conan Episode One special (which retells the first episodes of the series with many added events and appearances by characters that appear much later on), there's a glimpse of Ran's tournament (the same one that led to the fateful Tropical Land trip). As shown, Ran was actually doing badly in the least up until Shinichi mouths to her that he has to leave prematurely for a case (the very same first case the series starts with). Poor Ran... wasn't pleased by it, to say the least, complete with a Battle Aura of pure anger that unnerved both the judge and her opponent. In other words, Ran is implied to have basically won the tournament because she was just that damn pissed off at Shinichi.
  • A very good one comes from the first season. Ayumi is stuck in the trunk of a car with the head of a murdered little girl, and the people in the car are the murderers, so Conan and the Detective Boys are following them. It's all very tense until... it turns out that the "murderers" are actors, the head is a prop, and their suspicious conversation was actually their rehearsal for their upcoming show. Made even better by the Cool and Unusual Punishment they get: one of the actors is out cold so the kids have to use a huge longcoat and a wig to replace him, and Ayumi (the one who started it all) has to act as the dead little girl.
    • Her line during the last scene in the dub is also good: "I am never playing Hide and Seek again!"
  • Speaking of dub, The North American dub can be so awkward that it's easy to snark the show to death, but for some reason "He's like a ten-point-oh on the HOTTIE scale!" comes across as hilarious rather than cheesy.
  • Other funny lines in the North American dub:
    • This moment from the Idol's Locked Room case, which was used in the Adult Swim commercials.
    Megure: Get the cause of death?
    Officer: We're pretty sure it's the knife in the back, sir.
    • Conan's line regarding the suspect's testimony during the Facial Mask case:
    "So you spend 10 full minutes alone with a dead guy. Wow, you must be really brave, sir!"
    • During the Mist Goblin Legend Murder Case, when the monk heard Kogoro's scream:
      "What happened? I heard a woman scream?!"
      (later when Kogoro talks to the same monk's loud scream) "Yeah! But at least I didn't sound like a woman!"
    • During the Famous Potter Murder Case, upon getting frustrated seeing Kogoro at the scene of the crime:
    "Stop talking! Everywhere you or that kid go a corpse turns up! Come on man! Haven't you ever notice that?!"
    • In movie 9, this exchange when the police arrived to Aphrodite Ship.
    Takagi: Whether in air or sea, cases followed you wherever you go, Mouri-san.
    • And in the Night Baron case:
    Conan: Note to self: Stay away from the psycho with the dead mommy laptop.
  • Episode 18 (19 in the dub) has one of Shinichi's old teachers talk about how Conan "looks a lot like a student she once had". Which leads to this exchange:
    Sayuri: But you're much cuter [than Shinichi]. You have the most pinchable cheeks I've ever seen! (pinches Conan's cheeks)
    Shinichi: (deadpan) Don't touch the face.
  • When Kazuha and Ran mistake Furinkazan as the "strategy of love" and try to go with it, ending in disastrous results with the boys wondering what the heck just happened.
  • When Heiji confronts Conan on being Shinichi. In some dubs, he even takes time to call him out on how shitty his accent is (Or how badly he imitated his voice). In the original, he speaks using Conan's bad attempt at his accent upon 'awakening' from the tranquilizer, which gives Conan a false sense of reassurance. Made even more hilarious because Heiji only woke up from being anesthetized due to Kogoro hitting him upside the head, which causes Conan a borderline Freak Out.
  • During Kogoro's Class Reunion Murder Case, Ran makes Conan go take a bath with her. Upon returning, Kogoro were shock to hear about it and all the sudden Conan spout a nosebleed. Kogoro assumes that it is because he sees her nude while Ran shrugs it off. Conan makes a little remark to himself:
    Conan: She'd kill me if she knows who I really am.
    • Also, the scene featuring the Sickeningly Sweethearts Noriko and Yukio, cooing and saying cutesy things to each other while Kogoro is all "please stop".
  • Episode 32: Conan realizes too late the Fridge Logic in Ran's excuse for going out: A date with Shinichi.
    • Plus this:
      Conan: "This is so stupid. Who cares who Ran dates?"
    • Finally, Conan learns that the Hello, Attorney! he's been working with in the episode's murder was Eri Kisaki, Ran's mother, whom he didn't recognize until then because it had been ten years since he last saw her. He then lets out an epic Skyward Scream of pure, unadulterated horror.
  • Nobody in Tsukikage Island recognizes Kogoro Mouri, even mistaken him for an astronaut, making Mouri sulk in the anime, during the Moonlight Sonata Murder Case.
  • In Episode 96, when Ran is this close to discovering Shinichi's secret... Yukiko shows up. Holy Mood Whiplash, Batman, it goes from a Tear Jerker to comedy gold in less than ten seconds.
    • In Episode 170, Dr. Araide (Sr.) tells Kogoro to be careful about his health because he has the same name as a famous detective. Kogoro breaks the news to him that they are in fact one and the same.
  • In the episode "Conan Is Kidnapped", Shinichi gets kidnapped by his parents to test his detective skills. At the end of the episode, Shinichi's dad decides to push back his newest installment's release so they can go on vacation. He's suddenly swarmed by magazine editors who want Yasaku to hurry up with his book. They tell him that Shinichi called and gave them his parents' plane number. Shinichi got back at them, big time.
  • When Conan unmasks Magic Kaito in his first DC appearance. Kaitou is dressed as Ran. Wearing her red dress. And he actually tells Conan that Ran must be all cold and naked wherever he hid her. Conan's reaction is priceless.
  • Kazuha's introduction. Even more so when Heiji shows up, finds Kazuha harassing Ran about "this Kudo" girl and clears everything up, and then poor Kazuha looks like she wants the Earth to swallow her.
    • This becomes a Brick Joke when she sees him in person during the Desperate Revival arc, realizing he really was a man.
  • Conan's antics right before the start of the TWO-MIX concert, after the rescue of Minami Takayama and Shiina Nagano. It has to be seen to be believed.
    • And cue the reactions of the audience and the Death Glare from the security guards and production crew.
    • Then there's the hilarious face Conan makes before he begins with his "antics"... which is pretty much a straight-up Troll grin. So funny it's pictured above!
    • The fact that Conan calls "TWO-MIX" as "a wannabe duo that dances and sings" is pretty damn hilarious.
  • In a filler episode Conan, Ai and the Detective Boys are helping Megure and Takagi find a certain killer weapon. They locate it in a a crow nest. At the end of the episode, they see the crows perched in a nearby bench, looking at them closely... and then they chase the kids around, still angry for the damage made to their 'home'.
  • Megure is not so above it all.
  • Filler chapter 566 has Conan taking care of a two-year-old kiddo. Poor, POOR Conan.
  • Episode 325, when Keiko Gondo comes to borrow money from her sister(the victim of the case).
    Ryoko: You are a fortuneteller! Do something about your own luck!
  • In Chapter 400, Haibara gives Ayumi permission to use her first name, which Ayumi has spent the whole case trying to do. The funny comes in when the boys ask if they can use Haibara's first name too, and she shoots them down before they can even finish the question.
  • Episode 16, where the killer starts to attack the sleeping Kogoro, who suddenly stops midway through "his" deduction. Conan's face is so funny.
    • Even more when Kogoro wakes up and starts running around like crazy, yelling for help, after seeing some blood from the sword wound on his head.
  • Conan trolling Heiji with the recording of his confession to Kazuha.
    • And after Conan deletes it from his phone, he trolls Heiji again by saying that the rest of the Detective Boys have a copy of the recording. Haibara even has it as her ringtone!
  • Episode 449 has a murder case where Takagi and Yumi act as decoys in a wedding to catch a serial murderer. It's soon revealed that the groom is the culprit. At the last minute, Satou switches places with Yumi, and confronts the crook, only for him to make a run for it. He gets away, only for Ran to subdue him. However, Satou misses this and charges forward. Takagi, who has heard the commotion, comes out to assist, only for Satou to mistake him as a crook and judo throw him down the steps of the church. A wedding photographer notices this, and snaps a shot, creating an advertisement of Satou appearing to be dragging an unconscious Takagi to the altar.
  • Episode 501-503, There is a murder case in a hotel and guess who is the main suspect of the police and the other members of Detective Boys? FBI Agent Andre Camel. Why? Because Conan said that one of the suspects (Foreigners that are fluent in Japanese) should be sweating as he/she run down the stairs as one of the possible hiding place or escaping route. Its hilarious enough because Conan and Camel knew each other but never expected to be involved in a case with an awkward position. Everyone began to suspect Camel because he cannot spit it out that he is an FBI Agent until Conan contacted Jodie to ask for assistance.
    • On the note, Jodie came up with the idea that she and Camel are lovers, on the spot, which she had to glare at Camel to play along, awkwardly. Conan snark in his mind about the lie. On the other hand, even Takagi and Megure can obviously see through it too while chuckling awkwardly.
      • It does not even help Jodie in the situation either when Takagi noticed her Japanese speaking is drastically fluent for a foreigner since their previous encounters, she usually add, Sou Dessu in her speech.
    • On the note, the procedure to reveal the culprit too. Just prepare a chair in front of each suspect and say Shiranpuri, which is the abbreviation of Shiranaifuri (Feign Ignorance), a coincidental pun and the broken English pronunciation by Japanese people of 'Sit Down, Please'. Megure, Takagi and everyone else were skeptical about using this method because its too lame and funny. However, Conan was serious and the method indeed worked to lure out the culprit because the said foreigner is fully Japanese inside and cannot read/speak English.
  • Episode 561, the resolution of the Red Wall Case. The main trio and the Nagano trio manage to drop the culprit's guard down with their Empty Fort Strategy. After the cops guarding the crime scene are away chasing a taxi robber, the six heroes are in disguised in undercover and pretend in front of culprit's eyes that he has witnessed several crimes to make him think that the police are really gone. You Morofushi disguised as a drunkard (and with a hilarious voice that you normally wouldn't hear from Sho Hayami) who is angry at his boss and apparently lives in his mother's house and the guy is also yelling at the random blonde kid (Conan) to leave him alone. Another drunken salaryman appears at the scene (Yamato) with his girlfriend (Uehara), the former tripping over the salaryman's leg and has his leg injured, extorting the salaryman all of his money to pay for his medical fees, which he actually wants to spend for more drinks. The salaryman leaves the street all sad and has no idea how to explain that to his mom. A foolish housewife (Ran) hangs her underwear carelessly over her balcony, and a masked man (Kogoro) climbs up to steal her panties which he puts in his left pocket and then he breaks into the victim's apartment and steals some money there.
    • As a Brick Joke, the episode ends with Ran spotting a bra hanging out of Kogoro's right pocket and she tries to retrieve it from him.
  • In Episode 625, Ran goes to a school festival and decides to go into the haunted house. The entire time she's so terrified that she carries Conan and squeezes him whenever someone jumps out.
    Conan: "How can I get lost when she's been clutching me to her chest the entire time?"
  • During the Furinkazan Case, Conan manages to steal the spotlight by defeating Tatsue with a ball was pretty funny. Given her crimes (five murders and gambling), it was a pretty satisfying end indeed.
  • The entire last page of the Eye for an Eye case. Kazuha makes a failed attempt to confess to Heiji, who ran off in the middle of her confession to confront Conan after finding out that he confessed to Ran. Heiji's face is absolutely priceless. Kazuha's thoughts are even more hilarious though:
  • Episode 651, Conan VS Heiji again. There are these moments
    • East (Shinichi) or West (Heiji)? Which one is better? Before Conan try to suggest East, Heiji barged in without knocking and claiming West is way better and started approaching Conan with a glare.
    • Conan was forced to admit Heiji is better when the latter noticed something odd with Camel's testimony about the victim's speech since Camel is not used with Japanese that comes with accent (in the said case, Camel did not know Jibun = you for context in Kansai accent while in standard Japanese, Jibun = Me). Heiji boasted his superiority while messing with Conan's head, which Conan thought Heiji was so annoying.
    • Then, Conan pays him back while smugly saying, This will be the turning point 'Sayonara Home Run' to Heiji, who annoyingly gritted his teeth since Conan hardly knew anything about baseball.
    • Lastly, is when Conan ended his deduction about who the culprit was by saying ,This is what Shinichi Nii-chan told me in the phone with a smug smile while looking at a growling Heiji.
  • In chapter 724, Ai's utter shouting moment when Conan said "Don't worry, I only see your butt!" after Conan accidentally see her and Ayumi naked. She then show her demonic face and killer aura which also scared the Detective Boys. This meme picture says it all.
    • And in order to give some payback to Conan, she placed chili powder in his pants and then watch Agasha try to find the problem. Woman Scorned indeed.
  • Chapter 830: Kaito KID disguises himself as Sera in his latest appearance. Conan explains how he figured out who he was, and Kaito expresses shock that Sera's a girl. Conan then says he'll look over the incident for today since KID helped him out before. "I will, at least..." Cue a Dynamic Entry by Sera.
  • Movie #12, Full Score of Fear, has this golden nugget. As Sonoko and Ran talk about an argument Shinichi and Ran had in the past, well... just see it, the entire conversation is priceless.
  • Conan getting revenge at Kid by pasting Kid's calling card on his back for knocking him out.
  • A subtle one comes in Chapter 808, when Satou takes a massive jump from a helicopter to rescue Takagi from a Death Trap.
    Takagi: "Somehow it seems as if just now Satou-san has come from the sky... her underwear in full display..."
  • In Chapter 873, while inspecting a body in a bath, Conan accidentally sees Ran half-naked and the resulting nosebleed is featured in one panel as a Gory Discretion Shot. Conan ends up being unable to talk properly for the rest of the chapter because he needs cotton balls to stop the bleeding. He claims that the nosebleed was caused by surprise over seeing the dead body, but Sonoko has her doubts.
  • Heiji gets really irritated when other guys hang around Kazuha. Now if only he could figure out why...
  • Some of the OVAs are hilarious! The first one is a Kaitou Kid/Detective Conan/Yaiba crossover featuring some very bizarre transformations and is of course All Just a Dream, while another has a criminal sounding just like Hattori Heiji without the accent which leads to Conan training Hattori to lose his accent so they could record him for a criminal identification program before they both remember that Conan has a voice changing bow-tie, and yet another episode has Sonoko trying to write a detective play and the Detective Boys giving her various suggestions for the solution with the story teller as the main hero.
    • Then in the 10th OVA, Kid has to escape by boat. Then a fish lands in his lap...
    • In the 11th OVA, Ai reveals to Ayumi that she had to stop eating peanut butter and jam sandwiches to keep from tempting Agasa into having some himself. Later, though, she discovers that Agasa had been special-ordering the ingredients while she wasn't looking, and had been doing so for some time. The devious little smile Ai has when she decides to give the latest package to herself and the Detective Boys is glorious.
    • In the "Fantasia Flower" OVA, a middle-school-aged Shinichi wants to ditch school to work on a case. Rather than using a normal excuse like having to use the restroom or feigning illness, Shinichi escapes his chemistry class by deliberately making an colorful, explosive smoke screen with the chemicals available and then cackling to himself as he flees the room during the ensuing chaos. Despite Shinichi occasionally being The Gadfly to friends he's particularly close to, this was so absolutely unnecessary and extra in contrast with his usually more subtle trolling that many fans who've seen the clip on youtube without context swear it's actually Kaito in the clip, and will even argue with those who try to correct this assumption in the comments.
  • Chapter 710 had Yokomizo inspecting Eri, whom he suspects as a culprit in the Mystery of the Week, when Kogoro informs him that he strip-searched her—much to Yokomizo's shock since he had no idea they were married until Kogoro told him. What follows is an investigation laced with heavy doses of Like an Old Married Couple routine.
  • In the fifth movie "Countdown to Heaven" Haibara stops Agasa from eating fattening food at a banquet and leaves to find him something healthier. Heartwarming, but the conversation Kogoro and Agasa have afterwards is pretty funny.
    Kogoro: She's like your wife.
    Agasa: (good-naturedly) I'm always hungry because of her!
    • In The Stinger, Kogoro realizes the car the Detective Boys used to escape is the one he won earlier. He promptly falls into the water.
  • Scarlet Returns, When FBI agents, Jodie and Camel became aware that their fellow ally, Akai Shuichi is alive and disguised as Okiya Subaru, their reaction were priceless even further upon knowing he can cook and had a totally different personality with the disguise and voice-changing choker. This is even better becausethe scenes are Anime Original
    • On the note, there is the moment when Conan addressed Yukiko as Obaa-san and she gave him a Death Glare. Likewise, Conan gave her the same response when she accidentally and almost called Conan , Shin-chan, forgetting that the FBI agents should not learnt Edogawa Conan = Kudo Shinichi.
  • In Chapter 864, in order to reach an escaping Kaitou Kid, Makato begins to break down a pillar with his kicks to use as leverage to launch him toward the window. The normally unflappable Kaitou Kid is unnerved enough by the sight to be scared.
  • Manga chapters 925-927/Anime episodes 822-823:
    • These chapters feature a case that starts when it's revealed that Ryuunosuke Higo (the soccer player Ai is a fangirl of) and Yoko Okino (the Idol Singer Kogoro adores) might be dating. It begins with Ai making one HELL of an Oh, Crap! face when she finds out, it's followed by Kogoro having an Heroic BSoD-like reaction when the news are featured on TV, then Ai hires Kogoro to investigate the rumors, and it goes downhill from there.
    • What adds to the hilarity of these chapters is Haibara's Not So Above It All behavior throughout. Someone coming into the series for the first time would have good reason to think Haibara was a jealous child with a Precocious Crush. Among her antics are hiring Kogoro, deleting all of Yoko's songs from her phone and counting how many times Yoko smiles at Higo while she, Kogoro, and Conan spy on them. During the inevitable murder case, Haibara agrees with whatever Higo says and disagrees with Yoko, even when they say pretty much exactly the same thing. In the end, Higo complements Ai on assisting with the case, and makes an offhand comment of adding her to his team. The final panel has her insisting on playing soccer even as the weather turns stormy singing Yoko's newest song.
  • In chapter 929, Yumi and Sera both decide to consult Shukichi/Sera's brother concerning the current case. Just as Yumi calls, Shukichi has to leave her on hold to take another call...just as Sera is told by her brother that he's currently on a call with an important person and promptly hangs up on her. After Shukichi returns, Yumi proceeds to ask him if he was calling a new girlfriend, which he denies. Made more amusing by the fact Yumi and Sera are unknowingly calling the same individual, meaning Shukichi hung up on his own sister to prioritize his ex-girlfriend despite the fact they both called to ask about the same case.
  • In chapter 941, Conan has Chiba pick up Haibara as part of a demonstration of an optical illusion. Haibara, not having been consulted beforehand, endures with a very unamused expression on her face.
  • Chapters 969-971 (episode 878-879) make several moments Hilarious in Hindsight. During the case, Conan uses how someone counts on their hands to determine their true nationality, noting how the japanese count fingers first, then thumb, while Europeans count thumb-first. He then makes a disparaging comment about how his mother counts the European way because she thinks the hand poses created are way more stylish and dramatic. After this, watching other episodes quickly makes you notice that Conan himself also counts thumb-first. Well, Haibara did say he gets his dramatics from his mother...
  • In 991, Heiji's kendo rival Okita tries to hit on Ran. Heiji promptly hits him.
  • In Chapter 1002, which is set in Kyoto, Sera meets Momiji. Her priorities are... hilariously skewed regarding her A-Cup Angst:
    Sera: What did she eat to make hers grow so big?
  • Chapter 1003 has Shinichi return to being his normal size in order to go on a week-long school field trip. When investigating the case that pops up, he forgets that he is no longer Conan.
    Shinichi: Ah le le?
  • Chapter 1008 has one of the biggest revelations in the series, recontextualizing a lot about the Sunset Mansion case in particular. The case was already one of the weirdest cases in the series, largely because a lot of very odd and outright absurd plot elements went unaddressed and unexplained, but now that we know a little more, it's kind of darkly humorous to think that Conan, Ran, Kogoro and Hakuba and Kaito, in their first and third Detective Conan appearances respectively spent the entirety of an early case running around the Big Bad's house without realizing it.
  • Chapter 1016 confirms Shukichi knows Akai is still alive as Subaru. How this is revealed? He texted his brother to protect Yumi for him in a state of anxious worry.
  • Chapters 1019-1021 are unusually told just as much if not more from KID's perspective than the detectives, probably for the sake of humor. In them, KID has disguised as Kazuha and is taking advantage of Hattori's distraction when "Kazuha" is around to avoid security measures. This leads to copious scenes of KID clinging to Hattori in a flirty manner, with Ran even calling "Kazuha's" actions "bold," and KID being very smug about how "easy" Hattori is to fool. Unbeknownst to KID, Hattori is distracted mainly because he's been attempting to initiate his first kiss with Kazuha. Chapter 1020 ends with Hattori attempting to kiss KID, who appears to have realized too late that he made a very poor choice of disguise, and the next chapter opens with a very determined Ran and a supremely unimpressed Conan interrupting at the last second. Honestly, KID does it to himself...
    • At the end of the case, Hattori swears he knew that it wasn't really Kazuha. No one believes him.
  • At the "Haunted Mansion Case", chapters 17-19 in the manga, and episode 20 in the anime, the kids (Conan, Ayumi, Genta, and Mitsuhiko) are severely scolded by their parents (and Rachel) for sneaking out at night without telling them, and swear never to do something like that again. Conan believes it was their first and last adventure. Naturally, the next the day the kids sans Conan are excitedly plotting another adventure to a different "Haunted Mansion". The last scene in the chapter is Conan realizing his friends want to sneak into his house.

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