Extreme cases of double-entendre interpretation in-story are Freud Was Right.
Sometimes lampshaded with a wink, a nudge, and/or "if you know what I mean".
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The story is about Amber, a mean popular girl who gets electrocuted and dies and is not allowed to enter into heaven unless she helps the least popular girl in school become Prom Queen within a week, but things do not go as planned.
One was really big and muscly, but he went down really easy. One of them took it really hard in the back, but the other didn't seem that interested, so he went and brought this really horny guy.
May lead to someone saying "Heh heh, you said [x]..." or "That's What She Said". When you started telling Tanaka about 'Ikari-kun was the first one in Soryu's Entry Plug', she's going to think you're making a joke about us having sex!
Archetypically, one meaning is obvious, literal, and innocent. The Double Entendre's popularity in comedy stems from the fact that if you don't get it, you won't realize something dirty just happened.
As a result, clever use of a Double Entendre can keep a show "family-friendly" by allowing children to appreciate the joke on one (non-sexual) level while adults enjoy it on another level.
One of the fundamental types of verbal gag in comedic television, especially the Sitcom.
A Double Entendre is a word or phrase which was meant to be taken in two different ways.