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15th Jan '17 4:27:31 AM TheBushranger
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10th Dec '16 8:30:22 AM Doug86
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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 TheGoldenGirls, LiveActionTV/Cheers, 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 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 TheGoldenGirls, LiveActionTV/Cheers, HomeImprovement, ''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 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 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!"
7th Dec '16 10:08:20 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* Music/MyChemicalRomance are encouraging their fans to do this with the universe based on the [[DangerDaysTheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys new album]].

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* Music/MyChemicalRomance are encouraging encouraged their fans to do this with the universe based on the [[DangerDaysTheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys new their fourth and final album]].
10th Nov '16 1:39:00 PM BURGINABC
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* ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' features in-universe Audience Participation with its battle system. All battles take place on a stage, with certain factors causing audience members to come in and leave, cheer on the player (which gives them star points, and Mario can even show off to the crowd to gain even more Star Points) or even throw things at the player to help or hinder them. Some enemies will even attack the audience (such as Magnus von Grapple's [[AbnormalAmmo machine gun that fires audience members]], or the FinalBoss ''devouring the entire audience'' to regain health.)

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* ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' features in-universe Audience Participation with its battle system. All battles take place on a stage, with certain factors causing audience members to come in and leave, cheer on the player (which gives them star points, power, and Mario can even show off to the crowd to gain even more Star Points) Power) or even throw things at the player to help or hinder them. Some enemies will even attack the audience (such as Magnus von Grapple's [[AbnormalAmmo machine gun that fires audience members]], or the FinalBoss ''devouring the entire audience'' to regain health.)
8th Nov '16 2:33:23 PM Maestrojosh87
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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 TheGoldenGirls, Series/Cheers, 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 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 TheGoldenGirls, Series/Cheers, LiveActionTV/Cheers, 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 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!"
8th Nov '16 2:32:44 PM Maestrojosh87
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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 TheGoldenGirls, Series/Cheers, 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 AmericanIdol Experience, where talented guests auditioned for the chance to be the first in line for a real American Idol audition in their hometown.

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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 TheGoldenGirls, Series/Cheers, 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 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!"
8th Nov '16 2:19:00 PM Maestrojosh87
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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 TheGoldenGirls, Series/Cheers, 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 AmericanIdol Experience, where talented guests auditioned for the chance to be the first in line for a real American Idol audition in their hometown.
2nd Oct '16 2:09:06 PM StFan
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* Ron Popeil's infomercials for Showtime Rotisseries had the catchphrase "Set it and forget it!" which the audience would shout on command.
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* Ron Popeil's infomercials for Showtime Rotisseries had the catchphrase "Set it and forget it!" which the audience would shout on command.
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* Imageboards such as Website/FourChan and TGChan involve many scenarios called "Quests" where audience participation is the most important part of the story. The level of MediumAwareness of the main characters varies between nonexistent (characters believe that they are making queries to their subconscious and making the choices themselves) to completely aware (with many characters freaking out at the start of their stories upon listening to voices in their heads for the first time). Voting and arguments are frequent.

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* Imageboards such as Website/FourChan and TGChan Website/TGChan involve many scenarios called "Quests" where audience participation is the most important part of the story. The level of MediumAwareness of the main characters varies between nonexistent (characters believe that they are making queries to their subconscious and making the choices themselves) to completely aware (with many characters freaking out at the start of their stories upon listening to voices in their heads for the first time). Voting and arguments are frequent.
30th Aug '16 3:51:08 PM MrNickelodeon
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* Ride/UniversalStudios LOVES to use this throughout many of its attractions. In particular, attractions like ''Ride/EarthquakeTheBigOne'', ''Ride/{{Disaster}}'' and ''Universal's Horror Make-Up Show'' have guest volunteers brought up on stage to help demonstrate the many techniques used in the creation of special effects in movies.

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* Ride/UniversalStudios LOVES to use this throughout many of its attractions. In particular, attractions like ''Ride/EarthquakeTheBigOne'', ''Ride/{{Disaster}}'' and ''Universal's Horror Make-Up Show'' ''Theatre/UniversalsHorrorMakeUpShow'' have guest volunteers brought up on stage to help demonstrate the many techniques used in the creation of special effects in movies.
8th Jul '16 5:49:51 AM Trogdor
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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'' 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 [=MatPat=] covers. Only a few times does this impact what is shown, such as what subject for the next episode.
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