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10th Sep '16 8:19:52 PM FoominBlue
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* Purr-Tenders, a strange toyline about a gang of [[CuteKitten cats]] who realized they were the only animals who weren't getting adopted from a pet shop, so they disguised themselves as other animals (''i.e.'' dogs, parrots, [[CarnivoreConfusion mice...]])

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* Purr-Tenders, ''Toys/PurrTenders'', a strange toyline about a gang of [[CuteKitten cats]] who realized they were the only animals who weren't getting adopted from a pet shop, so they disguised themselves as other animals (''i.e.'' dogs, parrots, [[CarnivoreConfusion mice...]])
17th Jul '16 5:32:14 PM WileK209
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** "Double or Mutton": Sam the sheepdog disguises himself as a sheep stolen by Ralph the wolf.

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** "Double or Mutton": Sam the sheepdog disguises himself as a sheep stolen by Ralph the wolf.wolf (whom is [[DisguisedInDrag disguised as Little Bo Peep]], no less!)



** "I Got Plenty of Mutton": This World War Two-era short involves a male wolf disguising full-body as a [[AttractiveBentGender sexy shapely ewe]], to lure the sheepdog-like ram protecting the flock away from the rest of the sheep. The plan doesn't fully go well as he hoped, but the attracting bit [[GoneHorriblyRight works a bit too well]].



** The episode "Never Ape an Ape Man" also has the Ape Man disguise himself with a [[LatexPerfection Scooby-Doo mask]] to put on a MirrorRoutine with the real Scooby.



** "Puttin' on the Dog": Tom disguises himself as a dog to catch Jerry in a dog pound.

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** "Puttin' on the Dog": Tom disguises himself as a dog to catch Jerry in a dog pound.pound, by simply wearing a hollow dog head from a statue as if it were a mask.
16th Jun '16 11:43:14 PM Morgenthaler
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* One episode of ''SlackerCats'' had Buckley, a house cat, disguising himself as a full-grown tiger by painting himself the correct colours so he could feel brave enough to fight rats. Then the zoo caught him...

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* One episode of ''SlackerCats'' ''WesternAnimation/SlackerCats'' had Buckley, a house cat, disguising himself as a full-grown tiger by painting himself the correct colours so he could feel brave enough to fight rats. Then the zoo caught him...
27th Apr '16 7:46:15 AM DaibhidC
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---->'''Kermit''': Who ever thought that someone would be holding a hog-calling contest next door? It was amazing, it was bizarre...
---->'''Cloris Leachman''': It was easy. I'm from Iowa.

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---->'''Kermit''': --->'''Kermit''': Who ever thought that someone would be holding a hog-calling contest next door? It was amazing, it was bizarre...
---->'''Cloris --->'''Cloris Leachman''': It was easy. I'm from Iowa.
27th Apr '16 7:45:41 AM DaibhidC
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** On the Cloris Leachman episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', [[MessyPig pigs]] take over the show and fill all the roles. Cloris comes out on stage while "Kermit the Pig" is making an introduction and states her belief that he's not Kermit the Frog, despite being green (not easy for a pig) and having the collar. What changes her mind? "Ribbit!" He didn't even have to hide his ears or snout.
*** Whether she was actually fooled for any length of time is another matter, as revealed in the end, when Kermit and the others made their escape;

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** On the Cloris Leachman episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', [[MessyPig pigs]] take over the show and fill all the roles. Cloris comes out on stage while "Kermit the Pig" is making an introduction and states her belief that he's not Kermit the Frog, despite being green (not easy for a pig) and having the collar. What changes her mind? "Ribbit!" He didn't even have to hide his ears or snout.
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snout. Whether she was actually fooled for any length of time is another matter, as revealed in the end, when Kermit and the others made their escape;escape:



** * In the Whoopi Goldberg episode of ''Series/MuppetsTonight'', various characters try to replace Miss Piggy including Seymour the Elephant and Pepe the King Prawn.

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** * In the Whoopi Goldberg episode of ''Series/MuppetsTonight'', various characters try to replace Miss Piggy including Seymour the Elephant and Pepe the King Prawn.
27th Apr '16 7:38:23 AM DaibhidC
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* On the Cloris Leachman episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', [[MessyPig pigs]] take over the show and fill all the roles. Cloris comes out on stage while "Kermit the Pig" is making an introduction and states her belief that he's not Kermit the Frog, despite being green (not easy for a pig) and having the collar. What changes her mind? "Ribbit!" He didn't even have to hide his ears or snout.
** Whether she was actually fooled for any length of time is another matter, as revealed in the end, when Kermit and the others made their escape;
--->'''Kermit''': Who ever thought that someone would be holding a hog-calling contest next door? It was amazing, it was bizarre...
--->'''Cloris Leachman''': It was easy. I'm from Iowa.
* A ''Series/SesameStreet'' sketch featured William Wegman's dogs dressed as different kinds of animals. "It's Kermit the Dog!"

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* ''Franchise/TheMuppets'':
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On the Cloris Leachman episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', [[MessyPig pigs]] take over the show and fill all the roles. Cloris comes out on stage while "Kermit the Pig" is making an introduction and states her belief that he's not Kermit the Frog, despite being green (not easy for a pig) and having the collar. What changes her mind? "Ribbit!" He didn't even have to hide his ears or snout.
** *** Whether she was actually fooled for any length of time is another matter, as revealed in the end, when Kermit and the others made their escape;
--->'''Kermit''': ---->'''Kermit''': Who ever thought that someone would be holding a hog-calling contest next door? It was amazing, it was bizarre...
--->'''Cloris ---->'''Cloris Leachman''': It was easy. I'm from Iowa.
** * In the Whoopi Goldberg episode of ''Series/MuppetsTonight'', various characters try to replace Miss Piggy including Seymour the Elephant and Pepe the King Prawn.
* ''Series/SesameStreet'':
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A ''Series/SesameStreet'' sketch featured William Wegman's dogs dressed as different kinds of animals. "It's Kermit the Dog!"
27th Apr '16 7:24:28 AM DaibhidC
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** The ''Series/{{Homeland}}'' parody, ''Homelamb'', has the literal WolfInSheepsClothing version. "Baa-rody" is very obviously the Big Bad Wolf infiltrating the sheep organisation, "Caa-rrie" is the only one who can see it.
12th Apr '16 8:59:11 AM DyingWillKirby
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* One of Nick's cons in ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' involves his fennec partner Finnick dressing up in an elephant costume. It's not intended to be a believable disguise, but it's instead meant to garner sympathy from people by pretending that the adult Finnick is actually an adorable child with whimsical dreams of growing up to be an elephant. The trope is played much straighter during a gag near the end of the film, where a wolf police officer is preparing for an undercover mission by [[WolfInSheepsClothing donning a sheep costume]].
21st Jan '16 2:03:16 PM Dravencour
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'': Chicken Boo, what's the matter with you?/You don't act like the other chickens do./You wear a disguise to look like human guys,/But you're not a man, you're a Chicken Boo.
21st Jan '16 2:02:41 PM Dravencour
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'': Chicken Boo, what's the matter with you?/You don't act like the other chickens do./You wear a disguise to look like human guys,/But you're not a man, you're a Chicken Boo.
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