History Main / AudienceParticipation

17th Feb '18 8:58:49 PM nombretomado
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* ''Podcast/TopDownPerspective'': Before being released in podcast/video format, the show is streamed on Twitch, where the hosts always interact with the chat. They also end every show by answering viewer questions submitted to them via Twitter, the show's email address, (rarely) Facebook, and (even more rarely) handwritten letters sent to ProtonJon's P.O. box.

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* ''Podcast/TopDownPerspective'': Before being released in podcast/video format, the show is streamed on Twitch, where the hosts always interact with the chat. They also end every show by answering viewer questions submitted to them via Twitter, the show's email address, (rarely) Facebook, and (even more rarely) handwritten letters sent to ProtonJon's LetsPlay/ProtonJon's P.O. box.
10th Feb '18 3:45:50 PM DaibhidC
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* Music/MitchBenn's show ''Don't Fear the Reaper'' opens with a parody of that very song (originally performed on ''Radio/TheNowShow''). Before this begins, as he's getting onto the stage, he hands a cowbell to someone in the front row with the words "You'll know what to do." (He says on one occasion this has gone wrong: "Never heard the song, never seen a cowbell before.")
8th Feb '18 9:03:00 AM mimitchi33
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* Some anime films make use of "Cheer Screens" for their theatrical run, especially for runs of movies featuring {{Idol Singer}}s. The audience usually gets light sticks and cheer, perform sing-alongs, and even have their own scripted ''Rocky Horror''-style retorts to character antics. Movies that have done this include ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'', the ''Anime/KingOfPrism'' films, and even a rerun of the first ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' movie.

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* Some anime films make use of "Cheer Screens" "cheering screenings" for their theatrical run, especially for runs of movies featuring {{Idol Singer}}s. The audience usually gets light sticks and cheer, perform sing-alongs, and even have their own scripted ''Rocky Horror''-style retorts to character antics. Movies that have done this include ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'', the ''Anime/KingOfPrism'' films, films in the ''[[Franchise/PrettyRhythm Pretty Series]]'', and even a rerun of the first ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' movie.


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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' did this twice: once as a hotline for who would win in "Justice League's Next Top Idol Star" and the second as to which alternate forms of the Titans would appear in the "Beast Girl" episode.
1st Feb '18 12:45:35 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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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 where included in in the "Sex Survey Results" 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'', 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 where were included in in the "Sex Survey Results" video which was released along with the rest of the second season.
27th Jan '18 2:00:35 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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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, 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 [[spoiler:Devin is defeated by the audience itself.]]itself]].
* 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 where included in in the "Sex Survey Results" which was released along with the rest of the second season.
9th Jan '18 3:03:54 AM Cryoclaste
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* In ''[[TheVampireFiles The Dark Sleep]]'', Bobbi's stage performance as Shanghai Lil is prefaced by her costar staggering around the nightclub, apparently drunk, and asking the clientele if anyone has seen his girl Lil.

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* In ''[[TheVampireFiles ''[[Literature/TheVampireFiles The Dark Sleep]]'', Bobbi's stage performance as Shanghai Lil is prefaced by her costar staggering around the nightclub, apparently drunk, and asking the clientele if anyone has seen his girl Lil.
5th Jan '18 12:58:33 AM Cryoclaste
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* Starkid's ''Theatre/TheTrailToOregon'' has the audience decide upon the names of all the characters in the family. Much like the [[OregonTrail game]] it is based on, most of the names tend to end up being quite silly (e.g. Slippery-When-Wet, Crab-Hole). The audience even gets to choose which character [[spoiler:ends up dying of dysentery]].

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* Starkid's ''Theatre/TheTrailToOregon'' has the audience decide upon the names of all the characters in the family. Much like the [[OregonTrail [[VideoGame/TheOregonTrail game]] it is based on, most of the names tend to end up being quite silly (e.g. Slippery-When-Wet, Crab-Hole). The audience even gets to choose which character [[spoiler:ends up dying of dysentery]].
30th Dec '17 8:46:43 PM FordPrefect
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* [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disney's Hollywood Studios]] has its share of Audience Participation in pretty much 95% of its attractions. Original shows from the past included ''Superstar Television'' where guests can act in select scenes from classic TV shows like ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'', ''Series/{{Cheers}}, ''Series/HomeImprovement'', and others, and the Monster Sound Show, in which guests can add classic sound effects to a short comedic film starring MartinShort and ChevyChase. Superstar Television was replaced with a [[TheMusical musical]] based on Disney's WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} TV show, in which one child played "Quail-Kid," and selected adults played members of The Beets. And after ten years, THAT was replaced by ''The Series/AmericanIdol Experience'', where talented guests auditioned for the chance to be the first in line for a real American Idol audition in their hometown. Other attractions that had audience participation included "Who Wants To Be a Millionaire-Play It!" (which is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin more or less a recreation of the TV show of the same name]]), "Lights! Motors! Action!" (in which a guest controlled a stunt car through remote control), the Studio Backlot Tour (guests were picked to get splashed in an underwater mining sequence for an unnamed action film), and "Toy Story Midway Mania" (which is an interactive ride!). Oh, and even one of the RESTAURANTS has audience participation, in the style of a 1950s household with the waiters admonishing patrons to get their "Elbows off the table!"

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* [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disney's Hollywood Studios]] has its share of Audience Participation in pretty much 95% of its attractions. Original shows from the past included ''Superstar Television'' where guests can act in select scenes from classic TV shows like ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'', ''Series/{{Cheers}}, ''Series/{{Cheers}}'', ''Series/HomeImprovement'', and others, and the Monster Sound Show, in which guests can add classic sound effects to a short comedic film starring MartinShort and ChevyChase. Superstar Television was replaced with a [[TheMusical musical]] based on Disney's WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} TV show, in which one child played "Quail-Kid," and selected adults played members of The Beets. And after ten years, THAT was replaced by ''The Series/AmericanIdol Experience'', where talented guests auditioned for the chance to be the first in line for a real American Idol audition in their hometown. Other attractions that had audience participation included "Who Wants To Be a Millionaire-Play It!" (which is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin more or less a recreation of the TV show of the same name]]), "Lights! Motors! Action!" (in which a guest controlled a stunt car through remote control), the Studio Backlot Tour (guests were picked to get splashed in an underwater mining sequence for an unnamed action film), and "Toy Story Midway Mania" (which is an interactive ride!). Oh, and even one of the RESTAURANTS has audience participation, in the style of a 1950s household with the waiters admonishing patrons to get their "Elbows off the table!"
16th Dec '17 10:29:27 AM nanakiro
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* Some anime films make use of "Cheer Screens" for their theatrical run, especially for runs of movies featuring {{Idol Singer}}s. The audience usually gets light sticks and cheer, perform sing-alongs, and even have their own scripted ''Rocky Horror''-style retorts to character antics. Movies that have done this include ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'', the ''Anime/KingOfPrism'' films, and even a rerun of the first ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' movie.
6th Dec '17 4:02:33 PM nombretomado
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* Music/MyChemicalRomance encouraged their fans to do this with the universe based on the [[DangerDaysTheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys their fourth and final album]].

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* Music/MyChemicalRomance encouraged their fans to do this with the universe based on the [[DangerDaysTheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys [[Music/DangerDaysTheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys their fourth and final album]].
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