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[[File:Turin.png|300px|thumb|right|The turin being played]]Instrument from the planet Gewee that's like a combination of a lute and bagpipes.* It's made of yarelwood, is designed to be played by creatures with more than one mouth (while lying down), and was originally created to soothe dragons. The b-plot of the "Standard Deviation" episode of animated sitcom ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0397306/ American Dad!]'' (first aired 27 June 2016) focuses on it.
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[[File:Turin.png|350px|thumb|right|The turin being played]]Instrument from the planet Gewee that's like a combination of a lute and bagpipes.* It's made of yarelwood, is designed to be played by creatures with more than one mouth (while lying down), and was originally created to soothe dragons. The b-plot of the "Standard Deviation" episode of animated sitcom ''[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0397306/ American Dad!]'' (first aired 27 June 2016) focuses on it.
  
 
Series regular Jeff learned to play it in a hallucinatory vision he had.
 
Series regular Jeff learned to play it in a hallucinatory vision he had.
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[Pu Aberlmarl]]
 
*[[Pu Aberlmarl]]
 
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*[[DJ Buttercup]]
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*[[Standard Deviation]]
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*[[Sam F]]
  
 
[[Category:2016]]
 
[[Category:2016]]
 
[[Category:American Dad!]]
 
[[Category:American Dad!]]
 
[[Category:Fictional instruments]]
 
[[Category:Fictional instruments]]

Revision as of 19:01, 14 October 2020

The turin being played
Instrument from the planet Gewee that's like a combination of a lute and bagpipes.* It's made of yarelwood, is designed to be played by creatures with more than one mouth (while lying down), and was originally created to soothe dragons. The b-plot of the "Standard Deviation" episode of animated sitcom American Dad! (first aired 27 June 2016) focuses on it.

Series regular Jeff learned to play it in a hallucinatory vision he had.

*That's how the show describes it. We at Rocklopedia HQ think it looks more like a banjo.

See also