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18th Apr '16 5:26:17 PM FF32
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** In the second game, the actual Fourth Wall of Minecraftia is broken, causing the [[{{Webcomics/Homestuck}} Homestuck Invasion]]

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** In the second game, the actual Fourth Wall of Minecraftia is broken, causing the [[{{Webcomics/Homestuck}} [[{{Webcomic/Homestuck}} Homestuck Invasion]]
5th Mar '16 8:10:49 PM TheBleedingVicar
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"John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme" uses this fairly regularly, especially in the latest episodes. Possibly the most explicit example is in Season 5, Episode 4, where one of the sketches is actor Simon Kane getting increasingly annoyed at actor and writer John Finnemore about the fact that he always plays the discontented characters. During the sketch, he frequently points out that John Finnemore has written all of this, and it isn't even his opinions.

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* "John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme" uses this fairly regularly, especially in the latest episodes. Possibly the most explicit example is in Season 5, Episode 4, where one of the sketches is actor Simon Kane getting increasingly annoyed at actor and writer John Finnemore about the fact that he always plays the discontented characters. During the sketch, he frequently points out that John Finnemore has written all of this, and it isn't even his opinions.opinions.
** Series 2, episode 4: Margaret Cabourn-Smith gets grumpy about the fact that her only role in the last sketch is as an owl
3rd Mar '16 9:00:17 PM TheBleedingVicar
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{{John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme}} uses this fairly regularly, especially in the latest episodes. Possibly the most explicit example is in Season 5, Episode 4, where one of the sketches is actor Simon Kane getting increasingly annoyed at actor and writer John Finnemore about the fact that he always plays the discontented characters. During the sketch, he frequently points out that John Finnemore has written all of this, and it isn't even his opinions.

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{{John "John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme}} Programme" uses this fairly regularly, especially in the latest episodes. Possibly the most explicit example is in Season 5, Episode 4, where one of the sketches is actor Simon Kane getting increasingly annoyed at actor and writer John Finnemore about the fact that he always plays the discontented characters. During the sketch, he frequently points out that John Finnemore has written all of this, and it isn't even his opinions.
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3rd Mar '16 8:59:15 PM TheBleedingVicar
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{{John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme}} uses this fairly regularly, especially in the latest episodes. Possibly the most explicit example is in Season 5, Episode 4, where one of the sketches is actor Simon Kane getting increasingly annoyed at actor and writer John Finnemore about the fact that he always plays the discontented characters. During the sketch, he frequently points out that John Finnemore has written all of this, and it isn't even his opinions.
14th Feb '16 9:15:20 AM Trpe
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* In the Revenge of the Mummy Ride, halfway through the ride it appears to have ended, with a worker behind glass saying the ride is over. This worker is then killed by the Mummy and the ride continues.

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* In the Revenge of the Mummy Ride, halfway through towards the end ride it appears to have ended, with a worker behind glass saying the ride is over. This worker is then killed by the Mummy and the ride continues. When the ride ends, you see a recording of one of the makers of the ride, wishing you a good day. He is then also killed by the Mummy.
14th Feb '16 9:13:22 AM Trpe
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* In the Revenge of the Mummy Ride, halfway through the ride it appears to have ended, with a worker behind glass saying the ride is over. This worker is then killed by the Mummy and the ride continues.
14th Jan '16 4:29:51 AM Rbade
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* [[https://ramblingsofastarvingwriter.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/I-love-you-but-youre-real-a-poem/ This]] poem, titled ''I Love You But You're Real''.
14th Jan '16 4:29:24 AM Rbade
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* [[https://ramblingsofastarvingwriter.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/I-love-you-but-youre-real-a-poem/ This]] poem, titled ''I Love You But You're Real''.
30th Oct '15 5:55:57 PM nombretomado
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* [[DwayneJohnson The Rock]] does this a lot. For example, in reference to the brief JohnCena / ZackRyder / EveTorres love triangle in early 2012, Rock pointed out that Cena is married in real life.

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* [[DwayneJohnson The Rock]] does this a lot. For example, in reference to the brief JohnCena Wrestling/JohnCena / ZackRyder Wrestling/ZackRyder / EveTorres Wrestling/EveTorres love triangle in early 2012, Rock pointed out that Cena is married in real life.
10th Oct '15 2:31:17 PM ChaoticNovelist
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Anyway, the FourthWall is the fact that in any work of fiction is that the characters are unaware of the fact that they're fictional characters in a work, the audience observing them, and whatever medium conventions occur in between the two.

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Anyway, the FourthWall is the fact that in any work of fiction is that the characters are unaware of the fact that they're fictional characters in a work, the audience observing them, and whatever medium conventions occur in between the two.
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