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6th Feb '16 11:03:46 PM nombretomado
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** That's nothing compared to the episode of ''{{Frasier}}'' that David Ogden Stiers guest-starred in. He plays a research scientist called Leland Barton who was a close friend of Frasier's mother Hester, and Frasier's father Martin becomes worried that due to Leland sharing the same hobbies, tastes and mannerisms as Frasier and Niles that he might have had an affair with Hester and be Frasier and Niles' biological father. [[spoiler: Martin confronts Leland with this at the end, and Leland admits that he loved Hester - but only ''platonically'', because he's gay, and she was very supportive of him when they worked together in the 1950s and it wasn't possible to be open about homosexuality.]] ** In the episode 'Symbiosis', Merritt Butrick (who played David Marcus, Captain Kirk's son) played an alien suffering from a plague. Less than a year after the episode aired, Merritt Butrick died of AIDS.
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** That's nothing compared to the episode of ''{{Frasier}}'' ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' that David Ogden Stiers guest-starred in. He plays a research scientist called Leland Barton who was a close friend of Frasier's mother Hester, and Frasier's father Martin becomes worried that due to Leland sharing the same hobbies, tastes and mannerisms as Frasier and Niles that he might have had an affair with Hester and be Frasier and Niles' biological father. [[spoiler: Martin confronts Leland with this at the end, and Leland admits that he loved Hester - but only ''platonically'', because he's gay, and she was very supportive of him when they worked together in the 1950s and it wasn't possible to be open about homosexuality.]] ** In the episode 'Symbiosis', "Symbiosis", Merritt Butrick (who played David Marcus, Captain Kirk's son) played an alien suffering from a plague. Less than a year after the episode aired, Merritt Butrick died of AIDS.
25th Jan '16 6:49:02 AM Willbyr
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cosby.png]] ''FunnyAneurysmMoment/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' has its own page.
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* On Series/TheGrahamNortonShow, comedians [[Series/HarryEnfieldAndChums Harry Enfield]] [[Series/HarryAndPaul and Paul Whitehouse]] reprised their roles as parody disc jockeys Smashey and Nicey. At last free to expand on all the little hints that went under the radar in earlier versions (it was hinted, but could only be hinted, that "Smashey" had a thing for young boys), they pulled no punches. Enfield, as "Smashey", made a pompous speech that was full of the character's egotistical sense of self-importance.
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* On Series/TheGrahamNortonShow, comedians [[Series/HarryEnfieldAndChums Harry Enfield]] ''Series/TheGrahamNortonShow'': ** Comedians Series/{{Harry Enfield|AndChums}} [[Series/HarryAndPaul and Paul Whitehouse]] reprised their roles as parody disc jockeys Smashey and Nicey. At last free to expand on all the little hints that went under the radar in earlier versions (it was hinted, but could only be hinted, that "Smashey" had a thing for young boys), they pulled no punches. Enfield, as "Smashey", made a pompous speech that was full of the character's egotistical sense of self-importance.

-->And ever since your knighthood was stripped from you, you've been known as Prisoner 16703.
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-->And --->And ever since your knighthood was stripped from you, you've been known as Prisoner 16703. 16703.
25th Jan '16 4:28:00 AM StFan
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** Also, the episode was a case at the time of RippedFromTheHeadlines, as the "Red Ranger" story was a AffectionateParody of the troubles that Clayton Moore had suffered at the hands of the movie studio that produced the 1981 bomb ''TheLegendOfTheLoneRanger'' (which was also DarkerAndEdgier than Moore's original TV series). The studio had forbidden Moore, after legal action, to dress as the Lone Ranger, a character he loved appearing as.
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** Also, the episode was a case at the time of RippedFromTheHeadlines, as the "Red Ranger" story was a AffectionateParody of the troubles that Clayton Moore had suffered at the hands of the movie studio that produced the 1981 bomb ''TheLegendOfTheLoneRanger'' ''Film/TheLegendOfTheLoneRanger'' (which was also DarkerAndEdgier than Moore's original TV series). The studio had forbidden Moore, after legal action, to dress as the Lone Ranger, a character he loved appearing as.
23rd Jan '16 10:11:19 PM maxwellsilver
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** In the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen ''unaired'' pilot episode]] (Creator/{{NBC}}-only screener copy), Rachel Dratch plays the role of Jenna [=DeCarlo=] (she was later renamed), who excitedly tells Liz, "I got that apartment! [...] I'm living in New York, I have my own TV show. I mean, dreams do come true, right?" When ''Series/ThirtyRock'' was picked up for a full season, Dratch was [[TheOtherMarty replaced by Jane Krakowski]]. While Dratch hasn't been out of work (and even briefly [[YouLookFamiliar reprised some of her SNL characters]] in the first season), the line already {{foreshadowing}} an impending retooling to her own show takes on an additional unfortunate meaning. ** The whole Josh storyline in "Hard Ball", in which he and his agent have to negotiate a new contract to keep him on the show. We even get Liz insisting they can't do the show without him and, when Jack says everyone is replaceable, she replies "he's not replaceable as my friend." Fast forward a few seasons and it turns out they could do the show without him and Liz apparently wasn't so attached to him after all. He spent most of the third season OutOfFocus and, at the start of the next season, was almost immediately PutOnABus after [[LampshadeHanging lampshading]] the fact that he still exists. This time, no one, including Liz, seemed to care about Josh being gone. Oh, and a few episodes after being put on a bus, Josh made a cameo, his last appearance ever on ''30 Rock'', in which he fails to get his old job back and reveals he's been reduced to doing gay porn. This after "Hard Ball" featured Jack and Liz sabotaging his offer from ''Series/TheDailyShow'' to keep him on ''[=TGS=]''. Ouch. ** The episode in which Tracy has diabetes and Kenneth tries to get him to eat healthier becomes more uncomfortable in light of the kidney transplant Tracy Morgan had due to his real diabetic condition. ** In "Emanuelle Goes to Dinosaur Land", Liz's British date Wesley says how he doesn't want to go back to England saying that he doesn't want to suffer through the London Olympics. He says "You saw the Beijing opening ceremonies, we don't have that kind of control over our people." This line has become a lot more tragic in the wake of the London riots. Although it is a little HilariousInHindsight, considering how the London opening ceremony really was quite spectacular. * During the 1993 Academy Awards show, Billy Crystal joked that cult leader David Koresh, holed up with his followers at the Branch Davidian Compound in Texas at the time, would be performing "Friend Like Me" from ''Disney/ ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' via satellite ("You ain't never had a friend like me!"). Given the gruesome outcome of that standoff, the joke isn't as funny now.
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** In the [[WhatCouldHaveBeen ''unaired'' pilot episode]] (Creator/{{NBC}}-only screener copy), Rachel Dratch plays the role of Jenna [=DeCarlo=] (she was later renamed), who excitedly tells Liz, "I got that apartment! [...] I'm living in New York, I have my own TV show. I mean, dreams do come true, right?" When ''Series/ThirtyRock'' was picked up for a full season, Dratch was [[TheOtherMarty replaced by Jane Krakowski]]. While Dratch hasn't been out of work (and even briefly [[YouLookFamiliar reprised some of her SNL characters]] in the first season), the line already {{foreshadowing}} an impending retooling to her own show takes on an additional unfortunate meaning. ** The whole Josh storyline in "Hard Ball", in which he and his agent have to negotiate a new contract to keep him on the show. We even get Liz insisting they can't do the show without him and, when Jack says everyone is replaceable, she replies "he's not replaceable as my friend." Fast forward a few seasons and it turns out they could do the show without him and Liz apparently wasn't so attached to him after all. He spent most of the third season OutOfFocus and, at the start of the next season, was almost immediately PutOnABus after [[LampshadeHanging lampshading]] the fact that he still exists. This time, no one, including Liz, seemed to care about Josh being gone. Oh, and a few episodes after being put on a bus, Josh made a cameo, his last appearance ever on ''30 Rock'', in which he fails to get his old job back and reveals he's been reduced to doing gay porn. This after "Hard Ball" featured Jack and Liz sabotaging his offer from ''Series/TheDailyShow'' to keep him on ''[=TGS=]''. Ouch. ** The episode in which Tracy has diabetes and Kenneth tries to get him to eat healthier becomes more uncomfortable in light of the kidney transplant Tracy Morgan had due to his real diabetic condition. ** In "Emanuelle Goes to Dinosaur Land", Liz's British date Wesley says how he doesn't want to go back to England saying that he doesn't want to suffer through the London Olympics. He says "You saw the Beijing opening ceremonies, we don't have that kind of control over our people." This line has become a lot more tragic in the wake of the London riots. Although it is a little HilariousInHindsight, considering how the London opening ceremony really was quite spectacular. riots. * During the 1993 Academy Awards show, Billy Crystal joked that cult leader David Koresh, holed up with his followers at the Branch Davidian Compound in Texas at the time, would be performing "Friend Like Me" from ''Disney/ ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' via satellite ("You ain't never had a friend like me!"). Given the gruesome outcome of that standoff, the joke isn't as funny now.

** The [[AxCrazy unhinged]] personality of her ''AllThat'' "Ask Ashley" character might strike one as uncomfortable, too, given Amanda's struggles with mental illness.
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** The [[AxCrazy unhinged]] personality of her ''AllThat'' ''Series/AllThat'' "Ask Ashley" character might strike one as uncomfortable, too, given Amanda's struggles with mental illness.

* ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'': In one episode, Miss Brahms says that she needs to get home in time for Top of the Pops to keep her mother company when Gary Glitter was on. Someone asks if she's a fan, and Brahms replies "No, whenever he comes on she tries to kick the set in!". * ''Series/BabylonFive'': In the fifth season, Richard Biggs, who played Dr. Stephen Franklin, complained about an episode where a character nearly died of a heart attack, since there had been no previous indications that the character had any kind of heart problems. Producer Creator/JMichaelStraczynski countered that many people live their whole lives with heart problems with no idea they're there until they suddenly strike. At the end of the series, Biggs came back asking why Franklin didn't get a big sendoff scene like G'Kar, played by Andreas Katsulas. Straczynski replied that he always saw Franklin as the type who would just leave with no warning, without saying goodbye, while G'Kar was more the type who would make a big production over his departure. A few years later, Biggs was killed instantly by a previously unknown congenital heart defect. A couple years after that, Katsulas died after a long battle with lung cancer, during which he got all his friends and family together for one last big party. ** This is something of a running theme with Straczynski; any time he mentions a cast member's body part, especially in a lighthearted context, something bad happens to it. An early draft of "The Geometry of Shadows" made a mention of Ivanova's left foot; Claudia Christian's left foot got broken in a skiing accident just before that episode was shot. "Ceremonies of Light and Dark" has a character make a smart remark at Garibaldi, "what, you got a broken arm or something?" The line was written well before the episode was shot, and guess what--Jerry Doyle broke his arm in a fight scene in the previous episode, forcing them to shoot the episode with Garibaldi in a cast. ** In "Passing Through Gethsemane" Ivanova challenges "Brother Edward" to bet on the outcome of a chess match. Edward makes a joke that "gambling is one of the lesser sins. I've always felt that if you're gonna sin ''you should go for one of the really big ones''." [[spoiler:Turns out "Brother Edward" is actually a mind-wiped serial killer named Charles Dexter, who murdered nine women on an Earth colony. "One of the really big ones" indeed.]] * ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': ** Though it was only ever very darkly funny in the first place, the scene in early season 3 of the new show where Ellen sleeps with Cavil to get Tigh out of prison becomes a ''lot'' more disturbing after [[spoiler: it's revealed in season four that Ellen was the head of the team that built Cavil, thus making the scene toaster-incest. And the toaster's design was based on her father.]] ** Made even more disturbing when you realize that, while Ellen was unaware of the connection (and that [[spoiler:she was a Cylon]]), Cavil was fully aware of it and definitely thought of Ellen as his mother figure. That scene gets even worse because [[spoiler:Tigh later kills Ellen for "collaborating" with the Cylons, only to discover still later that HE'S a Cylon.]] ** Another in-canon example -- in the very first episode of the series, Baltar quips to Six, "Well I'm sure someday, if you're a good Cylon, [God] will reward you with a lovely little walking toaster of your very own." Caprica Six [[spoiler: had a devastating miscarriage of her full-Cylon baby]] in season four. ** Dee and Billy are the subjects of Adama's line "They better start having babies" in the Miniseries. [[spoiler:Both die childless, and not together.]] ** A textbook example of the trope comes in Season 4. Kara jokes to her husband that if he turned out to be a Cylon, she'd shoot him in the head. Later on in the season, she find out that [[spoiler:he '''is''' a Cylon, but doesn't do anything. Then someone else comes along and literally shoots him in the head, leaving her in grief for the rest of the season.]]
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* ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'': In one episode, Miss Brahms says that she needs to get home in time for Top of the Pops to keep her mother company when Gary Glitter was on. Someone asks if she's a fan, and Brahms replies "No, whenever he comes on she tries to kick the set in!". * ''Series/BabylonFive'': In the fifth season, Richard Biggs, who played Dr. Stephen Franklin, complained about an episode where a character nearly died of a heart attack, since there had been no previous indications that the character had any kind of heart problems. Producer Creator/JMichaelStraczynski countered that many people live their whole lives with heart problems with no idea they're there until they suddenly strike. At the end of the series, Biggs came back asking why Franklin didn't get a big sendoff scene like G'Kar, played by Andreas Katsulas. Straczynski replied that he always saw Franklin as the type who would just leave with no warning, without saying goodbye, while G'Kar was more the type who would make a big production over his departure. A few years later, Biggs was killed instantly by a previously unknown congenital heart defect. A couple years after that, Katsulas died after a long battle with lung cancer, during which he got all his friends and family together for one last big party. ** This is something of a running theme with Straczynski; any time he mentions a cast member's body part, especially in a lighthearted context, something bad happens to it. An early draft of "The Geometry of Shadows" made a mention of Ivanova's left foot; Claudia Christian's left foot got broken in a skiing accident just before that episode was shot. "Ceremonies of Light and Dark" has a character make a smart remark at Garibaldi, "what, you got a broken arm or something?" The line was written well before the episode was shot, and guess what--Jerry Doyle broke his arm in a fight scene in the previous episode, forcing them to shoot the episode with Garibaldi in a cast. ** In "Passing Through Gethsemane" Ivanova challenges "Brother Edward" to bet on the outcome of a chess match. Edward makes a joke that "gambling is one of the lesser sins. I've always felt that if you're gonna sin ''you should go for one of the really big ones''." [[spoiler:Turns out "Brother Edward" is actually a mind-wiped serial killer named Charles Dexter, who murdered nine women on an Earth colony. "One of the really big ones" indeed.]] * ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': ** Though it was only ever very darkly funny in the first place, the scene in early ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'':In season 3 of the new show where Ellen sleeps with Cavil to get Tigh out of prison becomes a ''lot'' more disturbing after [[spoiler: it's revealed in season four that Ellen was the head of the team that built Cavil, thus making the scene toaster-incest. And the toaster's design was based on her father.]] ** Made even more disturbing when you realize that, while Ellen was unaware of the connection (and that [[spoiler:she was a Cylon]]), Cavil was fully aware of it and definitely thought of Ellen as his mother figure. That scene gets even worse because [[spoiler:Tigh later kills Ellen for "collaborating" with the Cylons, only to discover still later that HE'S a Cylon.]] ** Another in-canon example -- in the very first episode of the series, Baltar quips to Six, "Well I'm sure someday, if you're a good Cylon, [God] will reward you with a lovely little walking toaster of your very own." Caprica Six [[spoiler: had a devastating miscarriage of her full-Cylon baby]] in season four. ** Dee and Billy are the subjects of Adama's line "They better start having babies" in the Miniseries. [[spoiler:Both die childless, and not together.]] ** A textbook example of the trope comes in Season 4. four, Kara jokes to her husband that if he turned out to be a Cylon, she'd shoot him in the head. Later on in the season, she find out that [[spoiler:he '''is''' a Cylon, but doesn't do anything. Then someone else comes along and literally shoots him in the head, leaving her in grief for the rest of the season.]]

** Bernie Mac's untimely death now makes the episode of his TV show about getting old horribly depressing, as he didn't live long enough to be that old.

* ''TheBigBangTheory'': Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz, a sweet and loveable girl but one who is paid to develop bio-weapons and is somewhat ''casual'' about safety precautions, is adamant that her lab did not inadvertently or deliberately cross the common cold and the Ebola virus. As this would be a terrible and irresponsible thing to do. Now spool forward to 2014 and the outbreak of hard-to-stop Ebola in Western Africa... it's as if the virus has mutated into a tougher and more contagious strain...
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* ''TheBigBangTheory'': ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz, a sweet and loveable girl but one who is paid to develop bio-weapons and is somewhat ''casual'' about safety precautions, is adamant that her lab did not inadvertently or deliberately cross the common cold and the Ebola virus. As this would be a terrible and irresponsible thing to do. Now spool forward to 2014 and the outbreak of hard-to-stop Ebola in Western Africa... it's as if the virus has mutated into a tougher and more contagious strain...

* ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'': In a first-season episode, Shawn and Alan go on a fishing trip and Shawn trolls a jealous and regretful Cory by calling Alan "Dad". Come the end of season two, the joke becomes somewhat more depressing when [[ParentalAbandonment Shawn's own father leaves him with the Matthews family to chase his mother across the country]]. Come season six, things get even ''more'' depressing when Chet tells Alan to take care of Shawn shortly before he dies and finally, in season seven the Matthews family actually ''offers'' to adopt Shawn after Shawn realizes he never had any real parents his entire life. ** The revelation on ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' that Shawn became the roving reporter-photographer he was depicted as in the BadFuture of "Seven the Hard Way"...up to and including breaking up with Angela. * ''Series/TheBradyBunch'': ** According to the "Bradymania" book, if the show had continued for another season, the Schwartzes were thinking of killing Mike off due to Robert Reed having become impossible to work with, and them being unable to find a replacement actor. In the 1988 Christmas movie, Mike's life was in danger when he got trapped in a building that collapsed. Mike's death was also proposed in 1990 following several on-the-set blowups with the Schwartzes (and at one point, co-star Ann B. Davis), had that series been renewed. Sadly, Reed – who had kept his personal life very quiet – was becoming very ill, and in 1992, he died of AIDS-related complications. ** In Season 4's "Bobby's Hero," the family is trying to talk Bobby out of hero-worshipping Jesse James, with several of his brothers and sisters trying to list people more worthy of his respect. One of those was Wilt Chamberlain, then the most prolific NBA scorer in history; at the time of the show's airing in 1973, he was with the Los Angeles Lakers. Bobby remarks in jest that there's little chance he'd be 7-foot tall or black, which draws a laugh. However, it's highly unlikely that the family would want Bobby to be a womanizer, having sex with a reported 20,000 women (as some later-day biographies of Chamberlain have claimed). ** In his autobiography and retrospective of the series "I Was a Teenaged Greg," Barry Williams reveals that he was involved in a 1973 car accident that was caused by a distracted driver, who was tending to her dog while driving and caused a head-on collision with Williams' Porsche. In an episode midway through the fourth season, his character, Greg, was ''nearly'' involved in a distracted driving-caused accident (looking at an album jacket while driving on the freeway, and ''narrowly'' avoids a rear-end collision with a semitrailer truck).

-->'''Saul:''' Oh, thank God! Oh, Christ! Oh, I thought... (hyperventilating) What can I do for you, gentlemen?
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-->'''Saul:''' ---->'''Saul:''' Oh, thank God! Oh, Christ! Oh, I thought... (hyperventilating) What can I do for you, gentlemen?

** ''Trading Spouses'' was a sketch on an early episode of Chappelle's Show. At the time, it was mostly a play on the show ''Trading Spaces,'' which was a show about home renovations. About a year later, ''Trading Spouses'' was {{Defictionaliz|ation}}ed. ** In the "Negrodamus" sketch, Negrodamus, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a black Nostradamus]] was asked whether Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver's marriage would last, to which he predicted no. Come 2011, that marriage is indeed ending.

** Had a segment on Obama's health care plans done in the style of a infomercial. At one point, Stephen mentions faking a cardiac arrest. The episode aired the same day that Michael Jackson died. Worse, it was originally reported that Jackson died of a cardiac arrest caused by a prescription drug overdose. ** Since it was done infomercial style, it hit again as it was aired a day before Billy Mays' death. ** Another incident, shared with its sister series ''Series/TheDailyShow'', followed reports that journalist Robert Novak hit a man with his car in slow-moving traffic, dislocating the man's shoulder, and was completely unaware of it until witnesses approached him after. Both shows used the opportunities to mock Novak's age (77 at the time) as the reason behind his driving and memory loss. The following Monday, it was reported that Novak had been diagnosed over the weekend with a brain tumor, the actual cause of the incident. Jon Stewart responded on-air by apologizing and wishing Novak luck; [[http://www.nofactzone.net/2008/07/29/episode-4095-07282008/#more-4663 Stephen explained during that night's show]] that the news reached him just in time to scrap a planned segment on Novak, and after wishing Novak well, proceeded to fill the remaining time with an [[http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/177807/july-28-2008/heroic-refusal-to-discuss-robert-novak "improvised" segment,]] where he took calls from people thanking him for his courage to not talk about Novak (it was less offensive than it sounds). Novak died a year later. ** The December 11, 2012 episode opened with Stephen saying "It is now legal to carry a concealed weapon in all 50 states. So, if you are in one of them, be careful.". Three days later, a mass shooting occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT, in which 20 children and 6 adults were killed, making it the second deadliest mass shooting in a school setting. [[note]]Admittedly the killer stole the guns he used in the shooting (because he was prevented from buying any legally) and only Vermont and Alaska allow ''unlicensed'' concealed carry, but still.[[/note]]
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** Had a segment on Obama's health care plans done in the style of a infomercial. At one point, Stephen mentions faking a cardiac arrest. The episode aired the same day that Michael Jackson died. Worse, it was originally reported that Jackson died of a cardiac arrest caused by a prescription drug overdose. ** Since it was done infomercial style, it hit again as it was aired a day before Billy Mays' death. ** Another An incident, shared with its sister series ''Series/TheDailyShow'', followed reports that journalist Robert Novak hit a man with his car in slow-moving traffic, dislocating the man's shoulder, and was completely unaware of it until witnesses approached him after. Both shows used the opportunities to mock Novak's age (77 at the time) as the reason behind his driving and memory loss. The following Monday, it was reported that Novak had been diagnosed over the weekend with a brain tumor, the actual cause of the incident. Jon Stewart responded on-air by apologizing and wishing Novak luck; [[http://www.nofactzone.net/2008/07/29/episode-4095-07282008/#more-4663 Stephen explained during that night's show]] that the news reached him just in time to scrap a planned segment on Novak, and after wishing Novak well, proceeded to fill the remaining time with an [[http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/177807/july-28-2008/heroic-refusal-to-discuss-robert-novak "improvised" segment,]] where he took calls from people thanking him for his courage to not talk about Novak (it was less offensive than it sounds). Novak died a year later. ** The December 11, 2012 episode opened with Stephen saying "It is now legal to carry a concealed weapon in all 50 states. So, if you are in one of them, be careful.". Three days later, a mass shooting occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT, in which 20 children and 6 adults were killed, making it the second deadliest mass shooting in a school setting. [[note]]Admittedly the killer stole the guns he used in the shooting (because he was prevented from buying any legally) and only Vermont and Alaska allow allowed ''unlicensed'' concealed carry, carry at the time, but still.[[/note]]

** Many of Stephen's jokes from 2009, the first year of UsefulNotes/BarackObama's administration, about how Republicans can refuse to cooperate with him, are a lot less amusing since Obama's presidency has seen severe tension between him and the Republican party. ** In 2008, Stephen interviewed Mark Sanford, then-governor of South Carolina, in which he declared him to be the most boring governor in the US. A year later, Sanford resigned from office after having disappeared to South America where he was having an affair, claiming he'd been "[[MemeticMutation hiking]] [[UnusualEuphemism the Appalachian]]". [[FromBadToWorse Then, in 2013, Sanford returned to politics by becoming a representative of SC, defeating Stephen's sister Elizabeth Colbert-Busch]].

* ''Series/{{Community}}'': Around about the middle of one season 2 episode, Pierce meets Andre, Shirley's ex-husband. Pierce tries to hand Andre his leftovers and says he's finished, but Andre says he has two more good years. Two years later, Chevy Chase declares he is leaving the show.
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* ''Series/{{Community}}'': Around about the middle of one season 2 episode, Pierce meets Andre, Shirley's ex-husband. Pierce tries to hand Andre his leftovers and says he's finished, but Andre says he has two more good years. Two years later, Chevy Chase declares he is leaving the show.''Series/{{Community}}'':

** In light of the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby, Dr. Huxtable being an ''[=OB/GYN=]'' seems a bit... sketch.
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** In light of the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby, Dr. Huxtable being an ''[=OB/GYN=]'' seems a bit... sketch.sketchy.

* ''Series/{{Coupling}}'': ** In the last series, Susan is pregnant, and the dialogue sometimes dwells with relish on the potential gruesomeness of the process. Kate Isitt (Sally) was pregnant for real at the time. Even in the context of the show, every time Susan would say something particularly gruesome (specifically the episiotomy) Sally would faint and go to her safe place. ** An even "better" example is the episode in which Jeff, for reasons of typical Jeff-ness, has ended up pretending that his girlfriend is dead. A great episode is horribly dampened when you realize that Lou Gish, the actress playing said girlfriend, died prematurely from terminal cancer a few years later. ''Especially'' when, all flu-ed up, she says to Jeff "don't mind me ... I'm dead."
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* ''Series/{{Coupling}}'': ** In the last series, Susan is pregnant, and the dialogue sometimes dwells with relish on the potential gruesomeness of the process. Kate Isitt (Sally) was pregnant for real at the time. Even in the context of the show, every time Susan would say something particularly gruesome (specifically the episiotomy) Sally would faint and go to her safe place. ** An even "better" example is the ''Series/{{Coupling}}'': The episode in which Jeff, for reasons of typical Jeff-ness, has ended up pretending that his girlfriend is dead. A great episode is horribly dampened when you realize that Lou Gish, the actress playing said girlfriend, died prematurely from terminal cancer a few years later. ''Especially'' when, all flu-ed up, she says to Jeff "don't mind me ... I'm dead."

* ''Series/DesperateHousewives'': ** In one episode, a flashback reveals Gabrielle making a joke referring to shooting herself in the head and the person who would later commit suicide doing just that, sitting next to her right in the middle of the scene. They're beating a dead horse, but within the show's continuity, it still counts. ** In the episode where Carlos's mother [[spoiler: awakes from a coma but dies anyway]], Bree remarks upon seeing the ensuing ostentation, "You have to hand it to the Catholics, they do grief better than anyone". Pope John Paul II died a day before the US airing, so the line was changed to "Gabby and Carlos" in place of "Catholics" (there was not enough time to bring Marcia Cross back into the studio to overdub the line, so the audio was pasted from another instance where she had used the phrase). The original line is used in syndication - this wasn't a FunnyAneurysmMoment for long.

** An episode of ''Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy'' makes a ShoutOut to Doctor Who... by using the coordinates of Gallifrey for the location of a ''meteoroid field.'' Then came the new series, whose backstory is the destruction of Gallifrey in a "Time War." Later [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] when the Doctor manages to go back and prevent the demise of his planet. ** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour There's something you better understand about me, 'cause it's important and one day your life may depend on it. I am definitely a madman with a box.]]" [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E11TheGodComplex One day her life does depend on accepting that the Doctor is just a mad man with a box]].
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** An episode of ''Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy'' makes a ShoutOut to Doctor Who... by using the coordinates of Gallifrey for the location of a ''meteoroid field.'' Then came the new series, whose backstory is the destruction of Gallifrey in a "Time War." Later [[SubvertedTrope subverted]] when the Doctor manages to go back and prevent the demise of his planet. ** %%** "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour There's something you better understand about me, 'cause it's important and one day your life may depend on it. I am definitely a madman with a box.]]" [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E11TheGodComplex One day her life does depend on accepting that the Doctor is just a mad man with a box]].

* ''Series/{{Everybody Loves Raymond}}'': In the third episode of the show, ''I Wish I Were Gus'', character Ally Barone paints an Adolf Hitler moustache on one of her baby brothers, Geoffrey Barone. The real Adolf Hitler committed suicide on April 30, 1945. On April 23, 2015, one week before the 70th anniversary of Hitler's death, Geoffrey Barone's actor, Sawyer Sweeten, committed suicide. * ''Series/FamilyFeud'': On an episode, the question was something along the lines of "Name something people think of when they're depressed/have a problem." One of the unrevealed answers wound up being "suicide", which is disturbing in and of itself (though logical); but the real shock comes because the episode was hosted by Ray Combs... who later committed suicide after a string of show-business failures. During the show, he even remarked, "No one should think of suicide." Bad survey group! Bad!
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* ''Series/{{Everybody Loves Raymond}}'': In the third episode of the show, ''I Wish I Were Gus'', character Ally Barone paints an Adolf Hitler moustache on one of her baby brothers, Geoffrey Barone. The real Adolf Hitler committed suicide on April 30, 1945. On April 23, 2015, one week before the 70th anniversary of Hitler's death, Geoffrey Barone's actor, Sawyer Sweeten, committed suicide. * ''Series/FamilyFeud'': On an episode, the question was something along the lines of "Name something people think of when they're depressed/have a problem." One of the unrevealed answers wound up being "suicide", which is disturbing in and of itself (though logical); but the real shock comes because "suicide"; the episode was hosted by Ray Combs... who later committed suicide after a string of show-business failures. During the show, he even remarked, "No one should think of suicide." Bad survey group! Bad!Bad!"

* ''Series/FatherTed'': The final scene of the last episode was initially going to show the titular character, driven to despair with his life, climb out on a ledge with the implication that he was going to commit suicide. The scene was PlayedForLaughs. Not long before the final series aired Dermot Morgan, the actor who played Ted, died from a heart attack. The scene was changed post-production to a montage celebrating the series in tribute. ** In "Tentacles of Doom", one of the visiting bishops tells how he nearly died of a heart attack. Ted replies: "Heart attacks, those are rare enough these days."
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* ''Series/FatherTed'': The final scene of the last episode was initially going to show the titular character, driven to despair with his life, climb out on a ledge with the implication that he was going to commit suicide. The scene was PlayedForLaughs. Not long before the final series aired Dermot Morgan, the actor who played Ted, died from a heart attack. The scene was changed post-production to a montage celebrating the series in tribute. ** In "Tentacles of Doom", one of the visiting bishops tells how he nearly died of a heart attack. Ted replies: "Heart attacks, those are rare enough these days."" Dermot Morgan, the actor who played Ted, died from a heart attack.

* ''Series/TheFBIFiles'': In "The World Trade Center Bombing" which aired in 1999 discusses the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing. The announcer states that the Twin Towers "Were designed to withstand the violence of a sustained hurricane, or something as unimaginable as the impact of a fully fueled jetliner." After 9/11 it isn't so unimaginable anymore.

** The episode "The Message" has this exchange that isn't so amusing after TheMovie: --->'''Jayne''': You'll read over me when it's my time to shuffle off, won't you preacher?\\ '''Book''': Oh, I'm sure you'll outlive us all. ** Another ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' example - in the pilot, when the federal agent falls apart early on in Jayne's interrogation of him, Jayne laments "I was going to get me an ear, too," while playing with his knife. Later on in the series, [[spoiler: Niska's interrogator cuts off Mal's ear with a knife as "compensation" for Zoe]]. ** The scene in "Shindig" where Wash jokes about reading a poem at Zoe's funeral. It's a genuinely sweet and funny scene, [[spoiler: until Wash ends up dying in the Big Damn Movie. ]] ** The part in "Heart of Gold" where Zoe and Wash are talking about having a child, and Zoe says, "I want to meet that child someday." Cue tears. *** Zoe ''is'' [[SomeoneToRememberHimBy pregnant]] at the end of TheMovie, as shown in the comic "Float Out". ** The still flying scene at the end of the (originally unaired) Pilot is slightly depressing now that the show has been canceled. Of course, this could alternatively be seen as HeartwarmingInHindsight, because even if they don't make new episodes, this show will. Not. Die. And still continues to bring in new viewers and sell [=DVDs=] ten years later.
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** %%** The episode "The Message" has this exchange that isn't so amusing after TheMovie: --->'''Jayne''': %%--->'''Jayne''': You'll read over me when it's my time to shuffle off, won't you preacher?\\ '''Book''': %%'''Book''': Oh, I'm sure you'll outlive us all. ** Another ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' example - in In the pilot, when the federal agent falls apart early on in Jayne's interrogation of him, Jayne laments "I was going to get me an ear, too," while playing with his knife. Later on in the series, [[spoiler: Niska's interrogator cuts off Mal's ear with a knife as "compensation" for Zoe]]. ** The scene in "Shindig" where Wash jokes about reading a poem at Zoe's funeral. It's a genuinely sweet and funny scene, [[spoiler: until Wash ends up dying in the Big Damn Movie. ]] ** The part in "Heart of Gold" where Zoe and Wash are talking about having a child, and Zoe says, "I want to meet that child someday." Cue tears. *** Zoe ''is'' [[SomeoneToRememberHimBy pregnant]] at the end of TheMovie, as shown in the comic "Float Out". ** The still flying scene at the end of the (originally unaired) Pilot is slightly depressing now that the show has been canceled. Of course, this could alternatively be seen as HeartwarmingInHindsight, because even if they don't make new episodes, this show will. Not. Die. And still continues to bring in new viewers and sell [=DVDs=] ten years later.''Serenity''.]]

** In one episode, Ashley, backed by Will, has a music career that consists of [[OneHitWonder a hit single then a fall into obscurity]]. This is more or less what happened with Tatyana Ali's own music career later. ** In a season 2 episode, Jazz shows up with a life-size cardboard cutout of Creator/BillCosby, prompting Will to ask what happened to his WhitneyHouston cutout. Jazz's response is that she fell apart in the shower. Twenty years later, "falling apart in the shower" ''would'' actually be how WhitneyHouston's life would end. ** The episode where Will tells off Uncle Phil's rival (played by Sherman Helmsley) and wishes that he would drop dead -- which he does. In 2012, Helmsley dropping dead would be a sad reality. [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing Everyone else's reaction]] to that is now a lot more eerie.
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** In one episode, Ashley, backed by Will, has a music career that consists of [[OneHitWonder a hit single then a fall into obscurity]]. This is more or less what happened with Tatyana Ali's own music career later. ** In a season 2 episode, Jazz shows up with a life-size cardboard cutout of Creator/BillCosby, prompting Will to ask what happened to his WhitneyHouston Creator/WhitneyHouston cutout. Jazz's response is that she fell apart in the shower. Twenty years later, "falling apart in the shower" ''would'' actually be how WhitneyHouston's life would end. ** The episode where Will tells off Uncle Phil's rival (played by Sherman Helmsley) and wishes that he would drop dead -- which he does. In 2012, Helmsley dropping dead would be a sad reality. [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing Everyone else's reaction]] reaction to that is now a lot more eerie.

*** At Monica and Chandler's wedding, [[{{JerkAss}} Judy Geller]] mistakenly thinks Monica is pregnant and gives Monica the cold shoulder when she discovers the truth. *** After watching Pete (Monica's ex boyfriend) getting beaten up Ross quips: "Well, this is ironic. Of your last two boyfriends, Richard didn’t want to have kids, and from the looks of it, now Pete can’t." Her next boyfriend is Chandler and...
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*** At Monica and Chandler's wedding, [[{{JerkAss}} Judy Geller]] Geller mistakenly thinks Monica is pregnant and gives Monica the cold shoulder when she discovers the truth. *** After watching Pete (Monica's ex boyfriend) getting beaten up Ross quips: "Well, this is ironic. Of your last two boyfriends, Richard didn’t didn't want to have kids, and from the looks of it, now Pete can’t." Her next boyfriend is Chandler and...

** Chandler's smoking addiction wasn't very funny later on when Matthew Perry went into rehab to control his drinking.

** April gives Kurt alcohol. When Emma questions him about his breath, he stares at her and says: [[NonSequiturThud "Oh, Bambi...I cried so hard when those hunters shot your mommy!"]] before throwing up on her shoes. If you ignore the fact that Kurt is a teenager who really shouldn't be drinking, that line is quite funny...until you realise that Kurt would've been the age to watch movies like ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' right around the time when his [[MissingMom mother died.]] ** Sam auditions for ''New Directions'' with a light-hearted rendition of Billionaire...Before the season ends it is revealed that he's living below the poverty line. ** Dave Karofsky's fake apology to the Glee club in season 2 mentions 'kids that got bullied so bad they hung themselves'. He becomes one of these kids in ''[[WhamEpisode On My Way]]''.
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** April gives Kurt alcohol. When Emma questions him about his breath, he stares at her and says: [[NonSequiturThud "Oh, Bambi...I cried so hard when those hunters shot your mommy!"]] before throwing up on her shoes. If you ignore the fact that Kurt is a teenager who really shouldn't be drinking, that line is quite funny...until you realise that Kurt would've been the age to watch movies like ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'' right around the time when his [[MissingMom mother died.]] ** Sam auditions for ''New Directions'' with a light-hearted rendition of Billionaire...Before the season ends it is revealed that he's living below the poverty line. died. ** Dave Karofsky's fake apology to the Glee club in season 2 mentions 'kids that got bullied so bad they hung themselves'. He becomes one of these kids in ''[[WhamEpisode On ''On My Way]]''.Way''.

* ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'': ** There's one episode where the plot revolves around one of Sophia's friends being transferred into a really terrible nursing home, and the girls' efforts to find a place where she can receive proper care. At the end of the episode, they wonder what's going to happen to them as they get older, and make a promise to always take care of each other. After a pause, a worried looking Rose comments, "What happens when there's only one of us left?" This goes from simply sad to heart-breaking when viewed afteward. Since Rue [=McClanahan=]'s death, Betty White (who played Rose), is the only one of the four actresses still alive. ** Even worse, after Rose says that line, Sophia responds with a simple "Don't worry, I can take care of myself." Creator/EstelleGetty, the second youngest of the actresses, who logically (one would think) would be the last survivor, was the first to die. ** The episode "Old Friends" features Sophia becoming friends with a man who has Alzheimer's disease. It got a lot Harsher in Hindsight when Creator/EstelleGetty died of Lewy Body Dementia.

*** In the second season, when the nurses are on strike, George refuses to cross the picket line, stating that "Dad's a truck driver, mom's a teacher - if the evening news shows me crossing a picket line, they'll outlive me just to pee on my grave." (Although his father died in S3, his mother did outlive him.) *** In the second season, when George and Derek are quarantined in the locker room, George begins to panic about the possibility of dying from the plague.

-->'''George''': You know, you're an ass. You've lived, you've done things. And you got the hair and the hot wife and the beautiful ex-mistress who pines for you. -->'''Derek''': She's pining for me? -->'''George''': My point is, you've lived! If you die, who cares? If I die - what, this is it?! * ''Series/GrowingPains'' ** Mike would occasionally [[HollywoodPudgy make fat jokes]] about his sister, Carol. At first, it seems like harmless sibling rivalry until you realize that prior to the show, Tracey Gold struggled with anorexia and the jokes caused her to relapse. * ''The Gruen Transfer'': ** A mid-May 2009 [[http://www.abc.net.au/tv/gruentransfer/latestshow.htm web-exclusive segment]] of this Australian advertising program featured ad-man Todd Sampson quipping that in the future, Michael Jackson could be the new face of ''TouchedByAnAngel''. While at the time, it was a [[RefugeInAudacity crude joke]] about his [[MemeticMolester allegations of child molestation]] and his inevitable death, it takes on new elements of DudeNotFunny after his unexpected June 2009 death. ** They also did a segment about old ads that involve the World Trade Center. One ad advertising a tour to the WTC roof observation deck had the tagline "The closest you'll get to heaven."
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-->'''George''': You know, you're an ass. You've lived, you've done things. And you got the hair and the hot wife and the beautiful ex-mistress who pines for you. -->'''Derek''': She's pining for me? -->'''George''': My point is, you've lived! If you die, who cares? If I die - what, this is it?! * ''Series/GrowingPains'' ** ''Series/GrowingPains'' Mike would occasionally [[HollywoodPudgy make fat jokes]] jokes about his sister, Carol. At first, it seems like harmless sibling rivalry until you realize that prior to the show, Tracey Gold struggled with anorexia and the jokes caused her to relapse. * ''The Gruen Transfer'': ** A mid-May 2009 [[http://www.abc.net.au/tv/gruentransfer/latestshow.htm web-exclusive segment]] of this Australian advertising program featured ad-man Todd Sampson quipping that in the future, Michael Jackson could be the new face of ''TouchedByAnAngel''. While at the time, it was a [[RefugeInAudacity crude joke]] about his [[MemeticMolester allegations of child molestation]] and his inevitable death, it takes on new elements of DudeNotFunny after his unexpected June 2009 death. ** They also did a segment about old ads that involve the World Trade Center. One ad advertising a tour to the WTC roof observation deck had the tagline "The closest you'll get to heaven."relapse.

* ''Series/HeartsAfire'': In one episode, due to a mix-up at a doctor's office, John Ritter's character thinks he may have a previously-unknown medical condition that will kill him suddenly. Death imitates art.

* ''Series/HeyDad'' - Basically every scene between star Robert Hughes and one of his young daughters is beyond Main/{{Squick}} now. Don't expect reruns any time soon. * ''Series/HillStreetBlues'': In an early episode, Sgt. Phil Esterhaus had begun dating the recently-widowed Grace Gardner. After he reveals his active sex life, Fay Furillo jokingly wonders how Grace’s husband died. [[spoiler: When Michael Conrad died a few years later, [[TheCharacterDiedWithHim Esterhaus’s death]] was explained as [[OutWithABang happening in bed with Grace]].]] * ''Series/{{HolbyCity}}'' has a few in-universe versions of these. One involves Jonny's wedding with Bonnie. After Jonny arriving late, Bonnie quips that she'll have to put up with this for 40 years. This is three seconds before she is hit by a lorry and killed on impact.
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* %%* ''Series/HeyDad'' - Basically every scene between star Robert Hughes and one of his young daughters is beyond Main/{{Squick}} {{Squick}} now. Don't expect reruns any time soon. * ''Series/HillStreetBlues'': In an early episode, Sgt. Phil Esterhaus had begun dating the recently-widowed Grace Gardner. After he reveals his active sex life, Fay Furillo jokingly wonders how Grace’s husband died. [[spoiler: When Michael Conrad died a few years later, [[TheCharacterDiedWithHim Esterhaus’s death]] was explained as [[OutWithABang happening in bed with Grace]].]] * ''Series/{{HolbyCity}}'' has a few in-universe versions of these. ''Series/HolbyCity'': One involves Jonny's wedding with Bonnie. After Jonny arriving late, Bonnie quips that she'll have to put up with this for 40 years. This is three seconds before she is hit by a lorry and killed on impact.

** They also use the metaphor of being hit by a bus when discussing danger and unexpected deaths.
23rd Jan '16 7:08:02 PM KoopaKid17
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* ''Series/WheelOfFortune'': ** On April Fool's Day 1991, Vanna had a cushion under her dress in the final segment, as a means of tricking Pat and viewers into thinking she was pregnant. This suddenly became much less funny when she had a miscarriage in September 1992. *** For that matter, the 1992 puzzle VANNA'S PREGNANT became this when said miscarriage happened before the episode could air in November that year. The puzzle was edited out.
30th Dec '15 2:32:20 PM Silverblade2
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!!General Examples: * A lot of 1970s TV shows that praise football player O.J. Simpson for being a nice guy and a wonderful person are unwatchable now, considering his murder and robbery trials. ** This also includes the ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' episode he hosted in the 1970s, which hurts more since most of season 20's sketches and Weekend Update jokes were about O.J.'s murder trial. * Any jokes from British TV shows about Creator/JimmySavile looking or acting a bit weird have become a whole lot darker and a whole lot unfunnier since it turned out he was one of the most prolific sexual offenders in recent British history. In fact, since the truth came out, the BBC has stopped showing any TV shows that featured Savile. It's also worth noting that, while he was previously a popular choice for impressionists and comedians to do an impression of, that's pretty much completely died out. ** See the Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse example below, for how they provided a post-scandal coda to their Smashey and Nicey parody DJ characters. [[note]]A portmanteau of then-popular BBC radio DJ's, including several since busted for child abuse. At the time, Enfield and Whitehouse could only drop broad half-concealed hints.[[/note]] * Jokes about Bill Cosby and his wholesome, family friendly reputation take on a much darker turn when viewing them after numerous women have come forward to accuse him of sexual assault. !!Specific Examples:
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!!General Examples: * A lot of 1970s TV shows that praise football player O.J. Simpson for being a nice guy and a wonderful person are unwatchable now, considering his murder and robbery trials. ** This also includes the ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' episode he hosted in the 1970s, which hurts more since most of season 20's sketches and Weekend Update jokes were about O.J.'s murder trial. * Any jokes from British TV shows about Creator/JimmySavile looking or acting a bit weird have become a whole lot darker and a whole lot unfunnier since it turned out he was one of the most prolific sexual offenders in recent British history. In fact, since the truth came out, the BBC has stopped showing any TV shows that featured Savile. It's also worth noting that, while he was previously a popular choice for impressionists and comedians to do an impression of, that's pretty much completely died out. ** See the Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse example below, for how they provided a post-scandal coda to their Smashey and Nicey parody DJ characters. [[note]]A portmanteau of then-popular BBC radio DJ's, including several since busted for child abuse. At the time, Enfield and Whitehouse could only drop broad half-concealed hints.[[/note]] * Jokes about Bill Cosby and his wholesome, family friendly reputation take on a much darker turn when viewing them after numerous women have come forward to accuse him of sexual assault. !!Specific Examples:
27th Dec '15 2:27:48 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Skins}}'': The first episode of the seventh series featured a smutty joke told by Naomi relating to the "Boris Bikes" promoted by London Mayor Boris Johnson. Four days after the show was broadcast, a female cyclist died in a collision with a lorry whilst riding one of the bikes.
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* ''{{Skins}}'': ''Series/{{Skins}}'': The first episode of the seventh series featured a smutty joke told by Naomi relating to the "Boris Bikes" promoted by London Mayor Boris Johnson. Four days after the show was broadcast, a female cyclist died in a collision with a lorry whilst riding one of the bikes.
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* The season 3 finale of ''Series/DowntonAbbey'' involves [[spoiler: Mary's husband Matthew's death]] and most of season 4 is her grieving for him and then trying to find a new love for the rest of the series. Already bad enough, but then it became horrifyingly prophetic after [[http://www.people.com/article/michelle-dockery-fiance-dead-at-34 Mary's actress Michelle Dockery's fiancé died at age 34 of a rare cancer]], shortly after the series final season wrapped production. Yikes...
6th Dec '15 9:32:58 PM dmcreif
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* ''Series/BreakingBad'' ** In one episode of season 2, Jesse tries to surprise Jane by cooking breakfast while she sleeps in. She gets up before he finishes, however, which causes Jesse to say "You weren't supposed to get up." Jane jokingly asks "What, ever?" A few episodes later Jane dies in her sleep. To make it even worse, she also says "I think I threw up in my mouth a little bit..." **One of Jesse's insults to Walt is "Heil Hitler, bitch." It comes back to bite him when he gets enslaved by Uncle Jack Welker and his crew of Neo-Nazis. **Skyler warning Jesse to stay away from Walt in the second episode was a comedic scene, though rewatching the series, her telling him to stay away or else he'll be "one sorry individual" is a lot less funny considering most of Jesse's pains are a direct result of Walt's actions. **Several events in this show become this after watching ''Series/BetterCallSaul'': ***In one episode, Skyler skeptically looks over Saul's degree from the University of American Samoa, which is done for laughs as a way of emphasizing what a tacky and fraudulent lawyer Saul is. It's less funny when you know the struggle, the heartache and the eventual betrayal from his brother that Saul had relation to that degree. ***Similarly, we have Saul's freak-out during Jesse and Walt's plan to scare him in his introductory episode, once you take the ordeal he went through involving the skateboarding twins and Tuco in the ''Better Call Saul'' episode "Mijo" into account, and possible dealings Saul had with Tuco associate Nacho Varga. What seemed first like Saul simply fearing for his life is actually Saul thinking Tuco's men have decided to finally kill him, especially after he says that whatever they think he did, Ignacio (Nacho Varga) was the real one to blame. Saul: Oh, thank God! Oh, Christ! Oh, I thought... (hyperventilating) What can I do for you, gentlemen?
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