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Ralph In Danger
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Ralph in Danger is a single-panel reaction image screencapped from a September 2014 Family Guy episode where the characters visit the fictional city of Springfield, Illinois to cross over with the cast of The Simpsons. The frame shows the Simpsons character Ralph sitting near the back of a bus with subtitles saying ‘(chuckles) I’m in danger’. It is generally used as a reaction image, sometimes with an added caption.
The image was first used in context in March 2018, becoming popular immediately afterwards. Some variants were also spawned where the word ‘danger’ was replaced with another. The Ralph In Danger meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: Simpsons character in danger, Ralph saying I’m in danger, I’m in danger, Family Guy Simpsons crossover episode meme, Simpsons kid saying I’m in danger.
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Simpsons character in danger
Ralph saying I’m in danger
I’m in danger
Family Guy Simpsons crossover episode meme
Simpsons kid saying I’m in danger
(chuckles) I’m in danger
Ralph in danger.
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