History CelebrityParadox / WesternAnimation

19th Sep '17 2:41:10 PM WoodyAlien3rd
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** An in-universe example is how some episodes of the series show famous fictional characters as both fictional and real people interacting with the other South Park characters. For example Mickey Mouse ("The Ring"), Freddy Krueger ("Insheeption") and Dick Dastardly ("Handicar") are actual people in said episodes, but also appear among the fictional characters in the "Imaginationland" trilogy. Jesus is also both a South Park citizen and a fictional character in Imaginationland together with other religious figures. Best not to think about it too much!
17th Sep '17 2:10:22 PM nombretomado
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** Another episode has Homer getting barred from Moe's Tavern and having to find a new bar. At one point he wanders into ''Series/{{Cheers}}'', the same bar containing the same characters from the show. One of the the characters shown (though not in a speaking role) is Frasier Crane, played on ''Cheers'' by Kelsey Grammer, who also plays Sideshow Bob on ''The Simpsons'' (this would also seem to indicate that [[WhereTheHellIsSpringfield Springfield is somewhere near Boston]] ([[SeparateSimpsonsGeographyThing though probably not]])).

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** Another episode has Homer getting barred from Moe's Tavern and having to find a new bar. At one point he wanders into ''Series/{{Cheers}}'', the same bar containing the same characters from the show. One of the the characters shown (though not in a speaking role) is Frasier Crane, played on ''Cheers'' by Kelsey Grammer, who also plays Sideshow Bob on ''The Simpsons'' (this would also seem to indicate that [[WhereTheHellIsSpringfield Springfield is somewhere near Boston]] ([[SeparateSimpsonsGeographyThing ([[JustForFun/SeparateSimpsonsGeographyThing though probably not]])).
9th Aug '17 12:40:38 PM Nakayama90
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Passion of the Jew," Stan and Kenny want to get their money back from Creator/MelGibson just as they did from ''Film/BASEketball'', starring [[SelfDeprecation Matt Stone and Trey Parker]].

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Passion "[[Recap/SouthParkS8E3ThePassionOfTheJew The Passion of the Jew," Jew]]," Stan and Kenny want to get their money back from Creator/MelGibson just as they did from ''Film/BASEketball'', starring [[SelfDeprecation Matt Stone and Trey Parker]].
9th Aug '17 12:19:25 PM Nakayama90
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** "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E15CoDependentsDay Co-Dependent's Day]]" introduces the Cosmic Wars franchise, an obvious parody of ''Franchise/StarWars'', complete with a blatant Jar-Jar Binks potshot in the form of Jim-Jam Bongs. Trouble is, those movies have already been referenced by name in-series several times before.

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** "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E15CoDependentsDay Co-Dependent's Day]]" introduces the Cosmic Wars franchise, an obvious parody of ''Franchise/StarWars'', complete with a blatant Jar-Jar Binks potshot in the form of Jim-Jam Bongs.Bonks. Trouble is, those movies have already been referenced by name in-series several times before.
8th Aug '17 10:32:11 PM Nakayama90
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** "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E15CoDependentsDay Co-Dependent's Day]]" introduces the Cosmic Wars franchise, an obvious parody of ''Franchise/StarWars'', complete with an obvious Jar-Jar Binks potshot in the form of Jim-Jam Bongs. Trouble is, those movies have already been referenced by name in-series several times before.

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** "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E15CoDependentsDay Co-Dependent's Day]]" introduces the Cosmic Wars franchise, an obvious parody of ''Franchise/StarWars'', complete with an obvious a blatant Jar-Jar Binks potshot in the form of Jim-Jam Bongs. Trouble is, those movies have already been referenced by name in-series several times before.
5th Aug '17 7:30:56 PM Nakayama90
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** "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E15CoDependentsDay Co-Dependent's Day" introduces the Cosmic Wars franchise, an obvious parody of ''Franchise/StarWars'', complete with an obvious Jar-Jar Binks potshot in the form of Jim-Jam Bongs. Trouble is, those movies have already been referenced by name in-series several times before.

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** "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E15CoDependentsDay Co-Dependent's Day" Day]]" introduces the Cosmic Wars franchise, an obvious parody of ''Franchise/StarWars'', complete with an obvious Jar-Jar Binks potshot in the form of Jim-Jam Bongs. Trouble is, those movies have already been referenced by name in-series several times before.
26th Jul '17 8:01:59 PM EvilDeathCuddles
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** Also in the Star Wars specials, Lois portrays Princess Leia. Meanwhile, Mon Mothma is played by Peter's boss Angela, who is voiced by Carrie Fisher, who played Princess Leia in the actual Star Wars films.
5th Jul '17 11:13:23 AM 64SuperNintendo
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** Matt Groening is known in The Simpsons as the creator of Futurama. Truly parodoxical since The Simpsons is a fictional show in Futurama's universe, and that Futurama's characters would later appear on the show.

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** Matt Groening is known in The Simpsons as the creator of Futurama. Truly parodoxical paradoxical since The Simpsons is a fictional show in Futurama's universe, and that Futurama's characters would later appear on the show.



** In "Bart vs. Thanksgiving" a Bart Simpson parade float appears on TV just as Homer looks away.

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** In "Bart vs. Thanksgiving" Thanksgiving", a Bart Simpson parade float appears on TV just as Homer looks away.
9th Jun '17 4:31:10 PM Nakayama90
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** "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS15E15CoDependentsDay Co-Dependent's Day" introduces the Cosmic Wars franchise, an obvious parody of ''Franchise/StarWars'', complete with an obvious Jar-Jar Binks potshot in the form of Jim-Jam Bongs. Trouble is, those movies have already been referenced by name in-series several times before.
8th Jun '17 6:07:18 AM jormis29
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*** In ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'', Jay happens to be a fan of Jon Lovitz (who happens to provide the voice of Jay).

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*** In ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'', Jay happens to be a fan of Jon Lovitz Creator/JonLovitz (who happens to provide the voice of Jay).



** Artie Ziff (Jon Lovitz) once visited Moe's. As he walks in, he sees several of the other characters whom Lovitz had voiced throughout the show's history. They all greet him in Lovitz's/Ziff's voice.

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** Artie Ziff (Jon Lovitz) (Creator/JonLovitz) once visited Moe's. As he walks in, he sees several of the other characters whom Lovitz had voiced throughout the show's history. They all greet him in Lovitz's/Ziff's voice.
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