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14th Jun '18 7:49:10 PM nombretomado
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* ''WebVideo/GameTheoryWebShow'' has the Super Amazing End Card Tournament -- a poll about a set of subjects related to the video shown or about the next episode [=MatPat=] covers. Only a few times does this impact what is shown, such as what subject for the next episode.

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* ''WebVideo/GameTheoryWebShow'' ''WebVideo/GameTheory'' has the Super Amazing End Card Tournament -- a poll about a set of subjects related to the video shown or about the next episode [=MatPat=] covers. Only a few times does this impact what is shown, such as what subject for the next episode.
9th Jun '18 1:07:24 PM nombretomado
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* If none of the panelists on ''Series/{{QI}}'' know the answer, Stephen Fry will sometimes ask the audience--and with several hundred people in, usually some of them do know. The audience have thus won several episodes, as the panelists themselves tend to score in the negatives. There are also episodes where special guests are invited in and they sit in the audience for the show. On one episode, a member of the audience came onto the stage with flapjacks when Alan Davis complained of being hungry. It hasn't always gone well for the audience however: On a couple of occasions they've been deliberately [[SchmuckBait baited]] into [[TheDreaded The Klaxon]], and indeed in the episode 'Kit and Kaboodle' [[CrowningMomentOfFunny the audience actually came last!]]

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* If none of the panelists on ''Series/{{QI}}'' know the answer, Stephen Fry will sometimes ask the audience--and with several hundred people in, usually some of them do know. The audience have thus won several episodes, as the panelists themselves tend to score in the negatives. There are also episodes where special guests are invited in and they sit in the audience for the show. On one episode, a member of the audience came onto the stage with flapjacks when Alan Davis complained of being hungry. It hasn't always gone well for the audience however: On a couple of occasions they've been deliberately [[SchmuckBait baited]] into [[TheDreaded The Klaxon]], and indeed in the episode 'Kit and Kaboodle' [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments the audience actually came last!]]



* At one point in ''Theatre/{{Seussical}}'', which doubles as a CrowningMomentOfFunny:

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* At one point in ''Theatre/{{Seussical}}'', which doubles as a CrowningMomentOfFunny:SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}}:
27th May '18 10:27:35 PM PaulA
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* OlderThanTelevision: Theatre/PeterPan demanding that the audience [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve clap to restore Tinkerbell]] in the 1904 play.

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* OlderThanTelevision: Theatre/PeterPan ''Theatre/{{Peter Pan|1904}}'' has Peter demanding that the audience [[ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve clap to restore Tinkerbell]] in the 1904 play.Tinkerbell]].
9th Apr '18 1:30:15 PM WillyFourEyes
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* Prior to releasing the second season, the ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' parody, ''WebVideo/LasagnaCat'', put out some teasers for the said season, in which fans were encouraged to call a phone number and answer an automated survey. It turned out that the survey only asked the caller to state two things: their name and how many sexual partners they have had throughout their life. The results were included in in the "Sex Survey Results" video which was released along with the rest of the second season.

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* Prior to releasing the second season, the ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' parody, ''WebVideo/LasagnaCat'', parody ''WebVideo/LasagnaCat'' put out some teasers for the said season, in which fans were encouraged to call a phone number and answer an automated survey. It turned out that the survey only asked the caller to state two things: their name and how many sexual partners they have had throughout their life. The results were included in in the "Sex Survey Results" video which was released along with the rest of the second season.season.
* During {{live episode}}s of ''Podcast/HowDidThisGetMade'', Paul Scheer encourages the fans to suggest songs for the "Second Opinion" segment (where Paul, Jason, June and the guest panelist(s) read five-star user reviews culled from Amazon for the movie of the week).



* Parodied and subverted in ''WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim'', where Jim has his super suit stolen by Psycrowe and Professer Monkey-For-A-Head and replaced with a powerless version. He tries various methods to get superpowers to compensate, to no avail, before finally BreakingTheFourthWall in desperation.

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* Parodied and subverted in ''WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim'', where Jim has his super suit stolen by Psycrowe Psy-Crow and Professer Professor Monkey-For-A-Head and replaced with a powerless version. He tries various methods to get superpowers to compensate, to no avail, before finally BreakingTheFourthWall in desperation.
5th Apr '18 6:54:49 AM darkchiefy
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* Series/Endurance

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* Series/Endurance''Series/{{Endurance}}''
5th Apr '18 6:54:08 AM darkchiefy
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** Audience members at the reunion special got to vote for which male and female contestant that they wanted to return in Endurance 2. The contestant votes counted as individual votes while audience vote only counted as 1 per gender [[spoiler: though Max and Jenna, whom received the most support from the audience, still got chosen to return]].
** The fireball mission from ''Endurance 2'' was brought back in ''Tehachapi'' after being voted as the favorite Endurance mission in a fan contest.
** Garrett and Kelsey of ''Hawaii'' along with Will and Leslie of ''Fiji'' got their initial spots on the show due to being voted in from fans from a selection of other hopefuls.
2nd Apr '18 11:25:50 AM rjd1922
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* Marriland, also known as Devin, did this at the end of his ‘’Yellow Sleeplocke’’. After he (as Hello) [[spoiler: loses to Mewtwo,]] he ends up depositing two of his Pokémon but keeps the four mains used in the Sleeplocke in the party. Why? Because he has challenged his Twitch audience to a final battle, with the viewers controlling Hello, and Devin using his four main Pokémon from the old team from long ago, consisting of Pikachu, Pippi the Clefable, Zippy the Charizard, and Porkchop the Primeape. Devin has the audience vote on the moves and strategize. In the end, [[spoiler:Devin is defeated by the audience itself]].

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* Marriland, LetsPlay/{{Marriland}}, also known as Devin, did this at the end of his ‘’Yellow Sleeplocke’’. After he (as Hello) [[spoiler: loses [[spoiler:loses to Mewtwo,]] he ends up depositing two of his Pokémon but keeps the four mains used in the Sleeplocke in the party. Why? Because he has challenged his Twitch audience to a final battle, with the viewers controlling Hello, and Devin using his four main Pokémon from the old team from long ago, consisting of Pikachu, Pippi the Clefable, Zippy the Charizard, and Porkchop the Primeape. Devin has the audience vote on the moves and strategize. In the end, [[spoiler:Devin is defeated by the audience itself]].
8th Mar '18 11:41:58 AM wrpen99
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** Naturally, {=MS Paint Adventures=} inspired ''WebComic/Prequel'' (and some other comics and "Ask [character]" blogs) uses this. In the former case, how much participation there is is variable; either the audience bands together to make poor Katia miserable, or the author conveniently handwaves some reason for the audience's helpful suggestions to be ignored, and still sometimes the audience suggestions will be closed temporarily for things to happen outside of her control.

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** Naturally, {=MS [=MS Paint Adventures=} Adventures=] inspired ''WebComic/Prequel'' ''WebComic/{{Prequel}}'' (and some other comics and "Ask [character]" blogs) uses this. In the former case, how much participation there is is variable; either the audience bands together to make poor Katia miserable, or the author conveniently handwaves some reason for the audience's helpful suggestions to be ignored, and still sometimes the audience suggestions will be closed temporarily for things to happen outside of her control.
8th Mar '18 11:38:15 AM wrpen99
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** Naturally, {=MS Paint Adventures=} inspired ''WebComic/Prequel'' (and some other comics and "Ask [character]" blogs) uses this. In the former case, how much participation there is is variable; either the audience bands together to make poor Katia miserable, or the author conveniently handwaves some reason for the audience's helpful suggestions to be ignored, and still sometimes the audience suggestions will be closed temporarily for things to happen outside of her control.
6th Mar '18 12:19:25 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' had the audience at New York's City Center Theater sing along with the Bruces Philosophers' Song. When the audience's first attempt came half-hearted, the Bruces threatened "Anyone not singing will have a bottle of Foster's lobbed at their heads!" The words were presented and the audience joined in full volume.

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* ''MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' had the audience at New York's City Center Theater sing along with the Bruces Philosophers' Song. When the audience's first attempt came half-hearted, the Bruces threatened "Anyone not singing will have a bottle of Foster's lobbed at their heads!" The words were presented and the audience joined in full volume.
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