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28th Aug '16 1:59:03 AM mack
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** Not long after he was in Sacramento and his "leaving Sacramento" ended with the line [[The crowd went absolutely "I'll be sure to come back when the Lakers beat the Kings in May".]]
10th Aug '16 5:46:25 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* The Darling Sugar Creature brought a bazooka that fires sweets onto Wrestling/{{WSU}} shows, which she proceeded to shoot into the crowd.

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* The Darling Sugar Creature brought a bazooka that fires sweets onto Wrestling/{{WSU}} shows, which she proceeded to shoot into the crowd. Her pops were worthy of a main event.
10th Aug '16 5:42:10 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* The Darling Sugar Creature brought a bazooka that fires sweets onto Wrestling/{{WSU}} shows, which she proceeded to shoot into the crowd.
18th Jul '16 5:19:54 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* {{Seanbaby}} once did an article on John Kerry's [[CannotTellAJoke (staggering lack of a)]] sense of humor by noting that one entry in his Letterman Top Ten list included no joke other than name-dropping Sammy Sosa. Seanbaby identifies as one of those crowd-pleasing subjects that gets a big reaction with no punchline, and adds that if Sosa were having a bad season, the gag could have easily been replaced with: "Anyone here from NEW YORK!?"

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* In an article comparing the comedic abilities of the 2004 Presidential candidates, {{Seanbaby}} once did an article commented on John Kerry's [[CannotTellAJoke (staggering [staggering lack of a)]] a]]] sense of humor by noting that one entry in his Letterman Top Ten list included no joke other than name-dropping Sammy Sosa. Seanbaby identifies regional sports as one of those crowd-pleasing subjects that gets a big reaction with no punchline, and adds that if Sosa were having a bad season, the gag could have easily been replaced with: "Anyone here from NEW YORK!?"
16th Jul '16 6:05:03 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Giving out cheap pops is the gimmick of Home Town Huck of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s ''Thumb Wrestleing Entertainment''. He gives pops to a bunch or random towns whenever he performs, and is generally considered the hero of the Dexteras.

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* Giving out cheap pops is the gimmick {{the gimmick}} of Home Town Huck of Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'s ''Thumb Wrestleing Entertainment''. He gives pops to a bunch or random towns whenever he performs, and is generally considered the hero of the Dexteras.
16th Jul '16 6:02:30 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Cheap pop was taken close to its logical conclusion in the Pure Wrestling Association where [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Brian Kendrick and especially Paul London]] went ''well'' out of their way to hive five as many people as possible before their matches, going through bleachers and even up stairs to the various balconies.

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* In addition to high fives, Josie once resorted to letting a fan slap her butt for a cheap pop in United States Championship Wrestling, leading a crowd that was initially tepid towards her to eventually cheer for Josie over [[DracoInLeatherPants popular heel]] Wrestling/MsChif.
* Cheap pop was taken close to its logical conclusion in the Pure Wrestling Association where [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Brian Kendrick and especially Paul London]] went ''well'' out of their way to hive high five as many people as possible before their matches, going through bleachers and even up stairs to the various balconies.
18th Jun '16 12:56:16 AM gewunomox
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** Several songs, such as "The Heart of Rock & Roll" by HueyLewis and "You and I" by Music/LadyGaga have the state/nearest big city clumsily added into key parts of the song ("You and I" refers to a specific person from Nebraska. Needless to say, bungled edits like "My cool N-Rhode Island-a guy!" kind of ruin parts of the song, especially in terms of meter) on Top 40 radio for cheap pops. Fans dislike them, but the radio station seem to have fun making them.

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** Several songs, such as "The Heart of Rock & Roll" by HueyLewis Music/HueyLewisAndTheNews and "You and I" by Music/LadyGaga have the state/nearest big city clumsily added into key parts of the song ("You and I" refers to a specific person from Nebraska. Needless to say, bungled edits like "My cool N-Rhode Island-a guy!" kind of ruin parts of the song, especially in terms of meter) on Top 40 radio for cheap pops. Fans dislike them, but the radio station seem to have fun making them.
26th Apr '16 6:57:50 PM Twentington
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* Justin Moore's "Small Town USA" had such an edit in the song's second chorus, where the line "Music/DavidAllanCoe and a six-pack of Lite" is replaced with the name of the station playing the song.
12th Mar '16 12:55:12 PM igordebraga
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** On MusicMarilynManson's only live album, ''The Last Tour on Earth'', the recording of "The Dope Show" was done in Cleveland, leading to the line "The drugs, they say, are made in California" to be changed to "The drugs, they say, are made right here in Cleveland" leading to the predictable pop.

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** On MusicMarilynManson's Music/MarilynManson's only live album, ''The Last Tour on Earth'', the recording of "The Dope Show" was done in Cleveland, leading to the line "The drugs, they say, are made in California" to be changed to "The drugs, they say, are made right here in Cleveland" leading to the predictable pop.
9th Mar '16 3:05:34 PM thatother1dude
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** "We were driving down ''ROUTE 401!!''"
* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has Tiger Millionaire who is a parody of this trope.

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** "We were driving down ''ROUTE 401!!''"
* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has Tiger Millionaire who is a parody of this trope.
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* {{Seanbaby}} once did an article on John Kerry's [[TheComicallySerious [staggering lack of a]]] sense of humor by noting that one entry in his Letterman Top Ten list included no joke other than name-dropping Sammy Sosa. Seanbaby identifies as one of those crowd-pleasing subjects that gets a big reaction with no punchline, and adds that if Sosa were having a bad season, the gag could have easily been replaced with: "Anyone here from NEW YORK!?"

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* {{Seanbaby}} once did an article on John Kerry's [[TheComicallySerious [staggering [[CannotTellAJoke (staggering lack of a]]] a)]] sense of humor by noting that one entry in his Letterman Top Ten list included no joke other than name-dropping Sammy Sosa. Seanbaby identifies as one of those crowd-pleasing subjects that gets a big reaction with no punchline, and adds that if Sosa were having a bad season, the gag could have easily been replaced with: "Anyone here from NEW YORK!?"
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