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24th Feb '18 6:46:43 AM ironballs16
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* ''VideoGame/WolfensteinIITheNewColossus'' has BJ, as the penultimate stage of the game, audition for a role [[spoiler: AsHimself to an unaware (and more than a little senile) Adolf Hitler. After one actor is killed for failing [[HeroWithBadPublicity to portray BJ's viciousness accurately]], BJ himself is told to fight the guard. BJ proceeds to wrestle the guard's shotgun [[BoomHeadshot beneath his chin to kill him]] and [[NoKillLikeOverkill fires several more slugs into the body]] before throwing the gun at the glass and shouting at the observers. Hitler is overjoyed at having found his Blazkowicz, summarily killing the last auditioning actor as he compliments BJ's ferocious performance]].
19th Feb '18 2:20:57 AM WillBGood
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* In ''Series/TheIncredibleHulk'' episode "My Favorite Magician", David Banner assists an eldery magician. In a number, he is handcuffed in a glass box full of water, placed behind a screen. The hadcuffs' key is supposed to be in the box false bottom, but the magician forgot to place it there. Not finding the key and unable to hold his breath for much longer, David [[HulkingOut transforms into the Hulk]], breaking out of the box and bringing the screen down. The audience feels baffled for a moment, then applaud. Moments later, a middle-aged couple finds him outside the theater... and ''[[RunningGag cumpliments his performance]]''. When he reacts awkwardly to the camera's flash (yes, they wanted pictures of him), they simply [[OverlyLongGag regards it as "show folk" being eccentric]].

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* In ''Series/TheIncredibleHulk'' episode "My Favorite Magician", David Banner assists an eldery elderly magician. In a number, one performance, he is handcuffed in a glass box full of water, placed behind a screen. The hadcuffs' handcuff key is supposed to be in the box box's false bottom, but the magician forgot to place it there. Not finding the key and unable to hold his breath for much longer, David [[HulkingOut transforms into the Hulk]], breaking out of the box and bringing the screen down. The audience feels is baffled for a moment, then applaud.applauds. Moments later, a middle-aged couple finds him outside the theater... and ''[[RunningGag cumpliments compliment his performance]]''. When he reacts awkwardly to the camera's flash (yes, they wanted pictures of him), they simply [[OverlyLongGag regards it as "show folk" being eccentric]].
17th Feb '18 10:34:55 PM BattleMaster
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* Used repeatedly in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise'' by Strongarm and Grimlock to pass the latter off as a prop for a show, since that's pretty much the only thing they can think of for disguising a giant robot dinosaur. Also done in one season two episode for Bumblebee and Bisk after they're mistake for props at a rock concert- Bisk was there to steal equipment and Bee went to stop him. Their on-stage fight was, of course, wildly loved by the audience and Bumblebee got his picture taken with the band afterword.
4th Feb '18 2:35:11 PM TheRedRedKroovy
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' features Sideshow Bob trying to murder the Simpsons in the middle of an Italian opera - naturally, it was a parody of Leoncavallo's tragic opera Il Pagliacci.

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episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' features Sideshow Bob trying to murder the Simpsons in the middle of an Italian opera - naturally, it was a parody of Leoncavallo's tragic opera Il Pagliacci.


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** In the season 11 episode [[Trivia/TheSimpsonsS11E1BeyondBlunderdome "Beyond Blunderdome"]], when the Simpsons are visiting Hollywood, they pass by Creator/RobertDowneyJr ([[UnintentionalPeriodPiece at the time better known]] for his troubles with the law than his acting roles) in a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4qNhUwBvj8 shootout with the police]]. Marge mistakes it for a film shoot, causing Bart to remark that he doesn't see any cameras.
31st Jan '18 11:49:26 AM FF32
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* In ''Metalocalypse'', this is played straight every single time Dethklok performs. In the first episode, one concert-goer talks about having his middle finger and ring finger ''bit off'' by one of the band members who then smoked them, and he's perfectly fine with that!

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* In ''Metalocalypse'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'', this is played straight every single time Dethklok performs. In the first episode, one concert-goer talks about having his middle finger and ring finger ''bit off'' by one of the band members who then smoked them, and he's perfectly fine with that!
6th Jan '18 9:52:46 PM nombretomado
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* Averted whenever a referee makes a certain signal indicating to medical personnel and other officials that an injury suffered in the match is legit and not part of the act. Often, when fans see wrestlers behaving in certain ways -- such as the opposing wrestler seeming upset when the opponent he just trash-talked in an interview a few minutes earlier is in real pain or has stopped moving for real -- they'll realize that what's going on in the ring is real. If the incident happens during a live televised event, the announcers will emphasize clearly that the incident was not part of the night's planned events; such happened when Owen Hart was fatally injured during a live pay-per-view event (after a failed stunt) and when JerryLawler suffered a heart attack while doing play-by-play commentary on live television.

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* Averted whenever a referee makes a certain signal indicating to medical personnel and other officials that an injury suffered in the match is legit and not part of the act. Often, when fans see wrestlers behaving in certain ways -- such as the opposing wrestler seeming upset when the opponent he just trash-talked in an interview a few minutes earlier is in real pain or has stopped moving for real -- they'll realize that what's going on in the ring is real. If the incident happens during a live televised event, the announcers will emphasize clearly that the incident was not part of the night's planned events; such happened when Owen Hart was fatally injured during a live pay-per-view event (after a failed stunt) and when JerryLawler Wrestling/JerryLawler suffered a heart attack while doing play-by-play commentary on live television.
5th Jan '18 3:18:27 PM KidDynamite
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* In his spoken word shows, Creator/HenryRollins talked about an instance where he was playing a festival in Australia. They were playing some new songs in their set and he forgot the words to a song. He tried to invoke this by going over to each member of the band and "rocking out" with them while they kept playing until the song was over.
5th Jan '18 3:14:05 PM KidDynamite
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* In ''The Big Bang Theory'' Season 9, there's an episode where the whole gang goes out for a Karaoke night. Later, Penny commends Leonard on his spontaneous beat-boxing, to which Leonard responds that he was having an asthma attack and he just did his best to "sell it".

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* In ''The Big Bang Theory'' ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' Season 9, there's an episode where the whole gang goes out for a Karaoke night. Later, Penny commends Leonard on his spontaneous beat-boxing, to which Leonard responds that he was having an asthma attack and he just did his best to "sell it".


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* The ''Series/{{Highlander}}'' episode, "The Modern Prometheus" featured Creator/LordByron as an Immortal who is a rock star in the present day. He and Duncan sword fight backstage during a break at one of his concerts and, after Byron is beheaded, the quickening is seen as this as the audience cheers.
6th Dec '17 3:33:12 AM dncarac
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* ''Film/AfterTheFox'': In order to unload stolen gold from a ship, the anti-hero (Peter Sellers) pretends to be shooting a movie at a small town on the Italian coast. He allows the entire population to "act" in his movie by helping him unload the gold. Later a film critic finds that the film a work of art.
2nd Dec '17 5:54:57 AM luiz4200
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* ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures'': After saving Boston Brandt's life in Issue #15 of The Batman and Robin Adventures, Dick Grayson tells him to bow to the audience so they won't know of the danger.
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