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9th May '17 7:39:08 PM karstovich2
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** The music played during Adult Swim bumps bear mentioning, as well. The music, largely downtempo and other relaxing, low-key electronica, has a large following, and many people who came to like the "bump music" enough to seek out those genres more generally.

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** The music played during Adult Swim bumps bear mentioning, as well. The music, largely downtempo and other relaxing, low-key electronica, has a large following, following (if you search "bump music" on Website/YouTube, most of your results will have something to do with the Adult Swim bumps and no others), and many people who came to like the "bump music" enough to seek out those genres more generally.
9th May '17 7:37:41 PM karstovich2
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** The music played during Adult Swim bumps bear mentioning, as well. The music, largely downtempo and other relaxing, low-key electronica, has a large following, and many people who came to like the "bump music" enough to seek out those genres more generally.
5th Apr '17 5:12:04 AM Doug86
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* Like it's competitors, CBS had a number of bumpers as well, including ones using Fido Dido. They can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUDZKgmnLfc here]].

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* Like it's its competitors, CBS had a number of bumpers as well, including ones using Fido Dido. They can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUDZKgmnLfc here]].



* FoxKids in its early years used a kid named Wilby Baxter (a play on "we'll be right back") in its bumpers. Several years later, they would present a question to a bizarre fact before the break, and reveal the answer upon return.

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* FoxKids Creator/FoxKids in its early years used a kid named Wilby Baxter (a play on "we'll be right back") in its bumpers. Several years later, they would present a question to a bizarre fact before the break, and reveal the answer upon return.
28th Nov '16 2:05:18 PM Pinokio
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* Classic Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} ad bumpers featured a cast of zany cartoon animals and the [[EarWorm impossible to forget]] Nickelodeon theme. The ad bumpers would occasionally turn into NightmareFuel with SoundtrackDissonance. It was an experimental time. Not like today. You kids don't even know.
18th Nov '16 2:53:56 PM BunnyStar
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''[[BrickJoke And now back to TV Tropes!]]''

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''[[BrickJoke ''[[TheStinger And now back to TV Tropes!]]''
24th Sep '16 1:34:58 PM nombretomado
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* ChannelFour's spinoff channel E4, for its first few years, would have ad bumpers consisting of one word, with both bumpers in one ad break forming some two-word phrase, so (as an example) before the ads it would say "Hello" and after "World". Eventually sent up by both words once being "Bling".

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* ChannelFour's Creator/Channel4's spinoff channel E4, for its first few years, would have ad bumpers consisting of one word, with both bumpers in one ad break forming some two-word phrase, so (as an example) before the ads it would say "Hello" and after "World". Eventually sent up by both words once being "Bling".
27th Aug '16 10:49:32 AM nombretomado
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* The DisneyChannel, back in the 1980's to early-90's, had claymation bumpers usually depicting [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2swge5kyNCE Mickey Mouse Logos]] hounding WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vaw3zfO1hg the daily exploits of Mickey Mouse]], or simply an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0z6TJD-jrok interesting visual that eventually turned into the Disney Channel logo.]] 80's kids have been known to break down into tears of nostalgia upon seeing them on Youtube for the first time since childhood.

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* The DisneyChannel, Creator/DisneyChannel, back in the 1980's to early-90's, had claymation bumpers usually depicting [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2swge5kyNCE Mickey Mouse Logos]] hounding WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vaw3zfO1hg the daily exploits of Mickey Mouse]], or simply an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0z6TJD-jrok interesting visual that eventually turned into the Disney Channel logo.]] 80's kids have been known to break down into tears of nostalgia upon seeing them on Youtube for the first time since childhood.
18th Aug '16 4:15:08 PM Tre
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** For quite some time after that it had bumpers of science-fictional situations. For instance, in one a man sits passively as a raven flaps around him, until it lands on his bald head. The top of his head opens up into a giant fanged mouth and swallows the raven whole, then closes again as he smiles. Sadly, more recent bumpers have been simpler, just showing something rapidly turning into something else. And now some of the bumpers are shorts of the actors of SyFy original shows in some weird location such as a collapsing building or on one of M.C. Escher's famous staircase paintings tossing a football.

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** For quite some time after that it had bumpers of science-fictional situations. For instance, in one a man sits passively as a raven flaps around him, until it lands on his bald head. The top of his head opens up into a giant fanged mouth and swallows the raven whole, then closes again as he smiles. Sadly, more recent bumpers have been simpler, just showing something rapidly turning into something else. And now some of the bumpers are shorts of the actors of SyFy Syfy original shows in some weird location such as a collapsing building or on one of M.C. Escher's famous staircase paintings tossing a football.
18th Aug '16 12:26:56 PM Tre
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* The SciFiChannel (back when it really ''was'' the Sci-Fi Channel) had its "I am Sci-fi" campaign in the 1990s, where celebrities appeared in humorous science fiction scenarios (WWF wrestler Sable in a parody of ''Attack of the 50 Foot Woman'', Moby in a ''Film/CloseEncountersOfTheThirdKind'' pastiche, and so on).

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* [[Creator/{{Syfy}} The SciFiChannel Sci-Fi Channel]] (back when it really ''was'' the Sci-Fi Channel) had its "I am Sci-fi" campaign in the 1990s, where celebrities appeared in humorous science fiction scenarios (WWF wrestler Sable in a parody of ''Attack of the 50 Foot Woman'', Moby in a ''Film/CloseEncountersOfTheThirdKind'' pastiche, and so on).
3rd Apr '16 12:49:36 PM aedon
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** Additionally, the channel once used a variation of the [[knowyourmeme.com/memes/courage-wolf "Courage Wolf"]] image macro meme as an ad bumper.

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** Additionally, the channel once used a variation of the [[knowyourmeme.[[http://www.knowyourmeme.com/memes/courage-wolf "Courage Wolf"]] image macro meme as an ad bumper.
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