Sometimes you'll meet the Surfer Dude here, and the Muscle Beach Bum. Smashing Watermelons is a popular party game, as is volleyball.
And since people usually go barefoot at the beach to feel the sand and surf, shoes and socks are usually the first things to go.
Advocacy group People Opposing Women Abuse (or POWA) released the video online with the shocking conclusion that 'Every year 1,400 women are killed by the partners'.
The video shows a young male resident of a Johannesburg townhouse complex practising on a drum set in the early hours of the morning.
Naturally, it also acts as a Breather Episode in arc-heavy stories. In anime and live-action television, a Beach Episode might overlap with the Vacation Episode, usually as a trip to a tropical locale.
However, it's not uncommon for the episode to be a fake-out breather and suddenly take a serious turn with a dramatic plot twist, such as if a storm hits, a threat from below the deep decides to emerge, or there's a shark attack. Expect one of the characters, usually a female, to exclaim "It's the ocean! Cousin to the Hot Springs Episode, which usually takes place in highlands.
The reaction, or lack thereof, was recorded outside the property. We played the sound of domestic violence three times and there was nothing.Even if the cast isn't changing into bathing suits, they'll probably shed their footwear at the very least to avoid being labeled a tourist like the derided "shoobie", so don't be surprised if this happens, and/or this sets up someone to step on something sharp or jagged while barefoot (often followed by a Green Aesop if that something happens to be a piece of beach litter).Also expect some Beachcombing and someone getting buried in sand.They are presented in a fun-house manner, with plenty of bright and cheery colors.Children's shows play with this trope by being more lighthearted than usual.