History BreakingTheFourthWall / WesternAnimation

26th Jul '17 1:45:48 PM Metallix
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', during the episode "The Night:, when we see Sussie's dream. She dreams of the actual production set of the show, right as they're wrapping up a shot of her character. As Sussie is a Chinikin, still in character, Sussie is horrified to realize that she's now part of Aurelie Charbonnier's body (The person responsible for Sussie's motion capture in the show), and runs off the set screaming that she's transformed into a monster, much to the confusion of the production crew.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', during the episode "The Night:, Night", when we see Sussie's dream. She dreams of the actual production set of the show, right as they're wrapping up a shot of her character. As Sussie is a Chinikin, still in character, Sussie is horrified to realize that she's now part of Aurelie Charbonnier's body (The person responsible for Sussie's motion capture in the show), and runs off the set screaming that she's transformed into a monster, much to the confusion of the production crew.
26th Jul '17 1:01:09 PM Metallix
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', during the episode "The Night:, when we see Sussie's dream. She dreams of the actual production set of the show, right as they're wrapping up a shot of her character. As Sussie is a Chinikin, still in character, Sussie is horrified to realize that she's now part of Aurelie Charbonnier's body (The person responsible for Sussie's motion capture in the show), and runs off the set screaming that she's transformed into a monster, much to the confusion of the production crew.
21st Jul '17 2:24:03 PM Axelmania
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*''WesternAnimation/TheDeerskins : in "Creme Brulee" after chasing out The der and ripping the mirror off the wall to throw at him, she says to herself while looking down "I do not have more wrinkles than him" She then shifts her gaze toward viewer. "And these aren't liver spots they're beauty marks." She then adopts a questioning gaze as if responding to a remark or skeptical expression, And rushes toward the camera. "They are too!"
20th Jun '17 2:35:32 AM RacattackForce
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** Kim does it one time herself during the second season, interrupting ''the opening titles'' to double-take at the scientists wanting to study ''Ron'' as the secret to her success.

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** Kim does it one time herself during the second season, interrupting ''the ''pushing away the opening titles'' to double-take at the scientists wanting to study ''Ron'' as the secret to her success.
20th Jun '17 2:33:34 AM RacattackForce
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** Kim does it one time herself, interrupting ''the opening title'' to double-take at the scientists wanting to study ''Ron'' as the secret to her success.

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** Kim does it one time herself, herself during the second season, interrupting ''the opening title'' titles'' to double-take at the scientists wanting to study ''Ron'' as the secret to her success.
17th Jun '17 1:39:52 PM nombretomado
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** ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has an intermittent tendency to lean on the fourth wall. Example 1: In "Christmas Critters", Stan is arguing with the narrator of the story over the ridiculous plot (the narrator wins) (although considering Cartman was telling the story this could be considered a slight subversion), Example 2: Kyle deconstructs the entire episode structure in "Butt Out", trying to get everyone else to realize that they go through the same formula every week, and bemoaning the fact that he's always the one to deliver the Aesop... Look, it's TreyParkerAndMattStone. There's gonna be leaning on the fourth wall.

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** ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has an intermittent tendency to lean on the fourth wall. Example 1: In "Christmas Critters", Stan is arguing with the narrator of the story over the ridiculous plot (the narrator wins) (although considering Cartman was telling the story this could be considered a slight subversion), Example 2: Kyle deconstructs the entire episode structure in "Butt Out", trying to get everyone else to realize that they go through the same formula every week, and bemoaning the fact that he's always the one to deliver the Aesop... Look, it's TreyParkerAndMattStone.Creator/TreyParkerAndMattStone. There's gonna be leaning on the fourth wall.
30th May '17 10:56:12 AM BlackSpyro2000
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* WesternAnimation/SonicBoom LOVES to break the 4th wall, whether its by the characters looking directly at the viewer, talking to them, or even 4th wall breaking comments. Some examples below.

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* WesternAnimation/SonicBoom ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'' LOVES to break the 4th wall, whether its by the characters looking directly at the viewer, talking to them, or even 4th wall breaking comments. Some examples below.
20th May '17 12:58:37 PM nombretomado
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* Done all the time on ''WesternAnimation/{{Duckman}}'', with asides to the audience, and [[BitingTheHandHumor slams against the show's home]], the USANetwork.

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* Done all the time on ''WesternAnimation/{{Duckman}}'', with asides to the audience, and [[BitingTheHandHumor slams against the show's home]], the USANetwork.Creator/USANetwork.
16th May '17 3:23:03 PM nombretomado
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* Used straight, and [[LampshadeHanging topped with a turtle themed green lampshade]] in ''TurtlesForever''. When 80's version Raphael keeps breaking the fourth wall, other characters pause with confused looks. The third time he does it, TheDragon gets angry and starts shaking him. [[AudienceWhatAudience "Why do you keep doing that? Who are you talking to?!]] '''[[AudienceWhatAudience THERE'S NO ONE THERE!]]'''"

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* Used straight, and [[LampshadeHanging topped with a turtle themed green lampshade]] in ''TurtlesForever''.''WesternAnimation/TurtlesForever''. When 80's version Raphael keeps breaking the fourth wall, other characters pause with confused looks. The third time he does it, TheDragon gets angry and starts shaking him. [[AudienceWhatAudience "Why do you keep doing that? Who are you talking to?!]] '''[[AudienceWhatAudience THERE'S NO ONE THERE!]]'''"
5th May '17 9:29:25 AM Blazer
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** In "Give Bees A Chance", Sonic calls in Tails for an assist and Tails replies "Roger!" When [[IdiotHero Knuckles]] asks "Who's Roger?" Sonic replies, in ''Creator/RogerCraigSmith[='s=] voice'', "He's talking to me."
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