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29th Oct '17 9:01:52 PM KingLyger
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* Double subverted in ''VideoGame/WolfensteinIITheNewColossus''. B.J. Blaskowicz has to infiltrate the Nazi base on Venus disguised as an actor to star in a propaganda movie about himself. His disguise persona as an actor is good enough to fool a director, and even [[AdolfHitlarious a senile and frail Adolf Hitler]]. But when it comes time to read the actual lines for the part, his acting is stiff, wooden, and monotone. Hitler even berates Blaskowicz for it.
26th Oct '17 7:12:12 AM Nadim
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** The Gang's venture into musicals in "The Nightman Cometh" featured loads of bad acting.



** Jessie and Petey's improv action in "Green Eyed Monsters". It's even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Emma.
** Zuri's "Oh no! My lizard ate my homework!" in "Make New Friends but Hide the Old".

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** Jessie and Petey's improv action acting in "Green Eyed Monsters". It's even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Emma.
** Zuri's "Oh no! My The lizard ate my homework!" in "Make New Friends but Hide the Old".



** The Gang's venture into musicals in "The Nightman Cometh" also featured loads of bad acting.
26th Oct '17 6:59:41 AM Nadim
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* ''Series/{{Jessie}}'':
** Jessie and Petey's improv action in "Green Eyed Monsters". It's even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Emma.
** Zuri's "Oh no! My lizard ate my homework!" in "Make New Friends but Hide the Old".
** Luke's "They (Chris Bosh's socks) have been washed!" In "Say Yes to the Messy Dress".
8th Oct '17 10:21:13 AM nombretomado
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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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* 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'' ''Series/MiamiVice'' and ''GeneralHospital''.''Series/GeneralHospital''.
4th Oct '17 7:01:38 PM Monolaf317
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* ''Creator/SamAndMickey'': "Horseback Mountain" comprises heavily of Barbie and Ken messing up a new direct-to-video movie.
13th Sep '17 5:00:15 PM nombretomado
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* A trope constantly employed in ''APupNamedScoobyDoo''; the characters would act like this every time they needed to trick a monster into falling for a trap. Lampshaded in one episode when Scooby's scolded for going off script by showing genuine emotion.

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* A trope constantly employed in ''APupNamedScoobyDoo''; ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo''; the characters would act like this every time they needed to trick a monster into falling for a trap. Lampshaded in one episode when Scooby's scolded for going off script by showing genuine emotion.
12th Sep '17 5:58:31 AM Morgenthaler
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12th Sep '17 5:56:14 AM Morgenthaler
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7th Sep '17 5:36:20 PM Narsil
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** Such as a painful rendition of ''Oedipus Rex'' by the main characters for a mandatory talent show in the first-season episode "The Puppet Show".

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** Such as a painful rendition of ''Oedipus Rex'' by the main characters for a mandatory talent show in the first-season episode "The Puppet Show". They go for three different bad-acting styles: Buffy is wooden and expressionless, Xander is over-the-top and hammy, and Willow is terrified into muteness, until she runs offstage.
18th Aug '17 5:43:04 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* In a very rare case where this trope is actually useful is during ''Series/HellsKitchen''. The final 3-4 chefs each have a turn running the pass, with the sous chefs (and sometimes the maitre'd) deliberately sabotaging the dishes to see if the contestants have picked up Ramsay's attention to detail. Whenever a contestant catches them out, Scott (normally) will show this trope, which to a GenreSavvy contestant is a clue that they've done something right.

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* In a very rare case where this trope is actually useful is during ''Series/HellsKitchen''. The final 3-4 chefs each have a turn running the pass, with the sous chefs (and sometimes the maitre'd) deliberately sabotaging the dishes to see if the contestants have picked up Ramsay's attention to detail. Whenever a contestant catches them out, Scott (normally) will show this trope, which to a GenreSavvy contestant is a clue that they've done something right.
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