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10th Jan '17 6:28:28 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'', whenever a character steps in to play another character and their acting styles says a lot about the character themselves.

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* In ''TheLizzieBennetDiaries'', ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries'', whenever a character steps in to play another character and their acting styles says a lot about the character themselves.
3rd Jan '17 2:58:36 AM MisterApple
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* The first few ''WesternAnimation/WallE'' live-action "commercials" we see the title character drive by for the ''Axiom'' is filled with the acting level you would expect from any commercial. Overexcited family, painfully fake smiles, a [[TooIncompetenttoOperateaBlanket obviously fit "grandma" sitting in a hover chair for little reason]], and the CEO of the company making a forced pun ("[[Franchise/StarTrek Space is the Final Funtier!]]").

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* The first few ''WesternAnimation/WallE'' live-action "commercials" we see the title character drive by for the ''Axiom'' is filled with the acting level you would expect from any commercial. Overexcited family, painfully fake smiles, a an [[TooIncompetenttoOperateaBlanket obviously fit "grandma" sitting in a hover chair for little reason]], and the CEO of the company making a forced pun ("[[Franchise/StarTrek Space is the Final Funtier!]]").
31st Dec '16 2:44:08 PM talltalltree
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* One episode of ''Series/{{Garo}}: Makai Senki'' involved a popular idol making his acting debut as the hero of a classical play. He delivers all his lines in ridiculously stilted fashion, ignoring all direction in favour of his own ad-libs. The rest of the cast and crew despairs of him but are forced to put up with him because he draws in audiences.
21st Dec '16 3:00:22 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': In "Valar Morghulis," the Lannisters, their Small Council members, and the Tyrells enact a scene for the benefit of the court. King Joffrey turns to his mother in anticipation for her line before Queen Cersei starts speaking. Margaery Tyrell enthusiastically participates in the rehearsed charade, but Ser Loras is literally a bad actor. He can't be bothered do his small part properly, as his body language practically oozes with contempt for Joffrey, and Loras even messes up one of his lines because he inadvertently lets out a FreudianSlip regarding his feelings for Renly.

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In "Valar Morghulis," the Lannisters, their Small Council members, and the Tyrells enact a scene for the benefit of the court. King Joffrey turns to his mother in anticipation for her line before Queen Cersei starts speaking. Margaery Tyrell enthusiastically participates in the rehearsed charade, but Ser Loras is literally a bad actor. He can't be bothered do his small part properly, as his body language practically oozes with contempt for Joffrey, and Loras even messes up one of his lines because he inadvertently lets out a FreudianSlip regarding his feelings for Renly.Renly.
** Also, Grenn when he fakes being beaten by Sam in the training yard.
10th Dec '16 4:10:40 AM pinkdalek
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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'':
* Locke's performance in the Opera scene of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' is supposed to be this. Due to technical limitations, it's left as an InformedAbility. Although he ''does'' refer to the main character of the opera by the name of her actress. That's a pretty amateurish mistake.

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Locke's performance in the Opera scene of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' is supposed to be this. Due to technical limitations, it's left as an InformedAbility. Although he ''does'' refer to the main character of the opera by the name of her actress. That's a pretty amateurish mistake.
10th Dec '16 4:09:56 AM pinkdalek
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* Locke's performance in the Opera scene of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' is supposed to be this. Due to technical limitations, it's left as an InformedAbility. Although he ''does'' refer to the main character of the opera by the name of her actress. That's a pretty amateurish mistake.



* The infamous laughing scene in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' qualifies, since the characters themselves are fake-laughing as a sort of game. ''Videogame/FinalFantasyX'' will NeverLiveItDown.

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*''Franchise/FinalFantasy'':
* Locke's performance in the Opera scene of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' is supposed to be this. Due to technical limitations, it's left as an InformedAbility. Although he ''does'' refer to the main character of the opera by the name of her actress. That's a pretty amateurish mistake.
** In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', Cloud and one of the girls end up starring in an incredibly bad play. Depending on player choices, Cloud's acting will either be [[TookTheBadFilmSeriously sincere]] or a HamAndCheese exercise in [[ChaoticStupid doing the stupidest possible thing in every situation]] to push the show OffTheRails. The girl will ask 'did I do that right?' after her first line, but will try to play the role seriously unless Cloud's antics make it impossible.
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The infamous laughing scene in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' qualifies, since the characters themselves are fake-laughing as a sort of game. ''Videogame/FinalFantasyX'' will NeverLiveItDown.
8th Dec '16 12:24:30 PM Tuckerscreator
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* Creator/William Shakespeare's play ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'' features a play about Pyramus and Thisbe, performed by a group of Athenian workers fifth act's first scene. The performance is so awful ([[HamAndCheese and the "lead man" Nick Bottom's performance so unbelievably hammy]]), the in-universe audience assumes it's a comedy and it's a hit.

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* Creator/William Shakespeare's Creator/WilliamShakespeare's play ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'' features a play about Pyramus and Thisbe, performed by a group of Athenian workers fifth act's first scene. The performance is so awful ([[HamAndCheese and the "lead man" Nick Bottom's performance so unbelievably hammy]]), the in-universe audience assumes it's a comedy and it's a hit.
7th Dec '16 12:19:23 PM Briguy52748
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* Wrestling/MrFuji and [[Wrestling/DonMuraco The Magnificent Muraco]], in a series of parody acts where they impersonated an AbbottAndCostello-type duo that didn't know how to act, in a series of memorable skits on the WWF's ''Tuesday Night Titans'' program. Throughout the run, the pair butchered such programs as ''MiamiVice'' and ''GeneralHospital''.
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5th Dec '16 11:40:37 AM Ymirsdaughter
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--> That, my friends, is how a revolution dies.

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--> That, my friends, is how a revolution dies.---> '''Katniss''': People of Panem… we fight, we dare… to end this hunger for… justice.
27th Nov '16 5:13:32 PM mk097
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* ''Series/TheWhitestKidsUKnow'': The "Abraham Lincoln" segment begins with William Shakespeare's ''Hamlet'' reimagined with vampires. The two actors in the play put on a mediocre performance.
-->"Save yourself, Hamlet! ''Shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit!''"
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