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16th Jun '17 11:03:33 AM nombretomado
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* The season 1 finale of ''{{Taxi}}'' has a standard clip show format with everyone reminiscing about their times driving a cab that's just been wrecked. However, it's entirely new material.

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* The season 1 finale of ''{{Taxi}}'' ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' has a standard clip show format with everyone reminiscing about their times driving a cab that's just been wrecked. However, it's entirely new material.
28th May '17 4:13:15 PM nombretomado
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* The 1943 musical short ''Three Cheers for the Girls'' is based on clips from 1930s WarnerBros. movie musicals, mostly {{Busby Berkeley Number}}s.

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* The 1943 musical short ''Three Cheers for the Girls'' is based on clips from 1930s WarnerBros. Creator/WarnerBros movie musicals, mostly {{Busby Berkeley Number}}s.
7th May '17 1:04:44 PM MrChips2301
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' has a particularly aggravating example: right after a dramatic moment in the [=CP9=] arc, preceded by a three-episode flashback, the arc decides to pause ''again'' with the heroes falling in mid-air for ''five'' ''ClipShow'' ''episodes in a row.'' To be fair, when originally broadcast, these episodes were aired during the offseason. So they were really more of a fancy way of doing reruns. They didn't soak up any of the season's actual episodes.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' has a particularly aggravating example: right ''Manga/OnePiece'': Right after a dramatic moment in the [=CP9=] arc, arc that was preceded by a three-episode four-episode flashback, the arc decides to pause ''again'' with ''again'' while the heroes falling in mid-air for ''five'' ''ClipShow'' ''episodes in a row.'' To be fair, when row'' (episodes 279-283). When these episode originally broadcast, aired they coincided with a timeslot change from evening to morning, so this might have been an attempt to combat ContinuityLockout for new viewers (the final episode recaps the flashback that started only nine episodes prior). While these episodes got their own DVD in Japan, they were aired sold/broadcast the same any other episode internationally.
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during the offseason. So they were really more of a fancy way of doing reruns. They didn't soak up any of the season's actual episodes.Thriller Bark arc (Episode 354). Again, probably an attempt to avoid ContinuityLockout, as this arc follows on from a storyline that hadn't appeared in almost ''three hundred episodes''.
1st May '17 1:08:36 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeSigma6'' episode "Awards" consisted of clips from previous episodes edited together and with the premise of the Joes looking back at their greatest moments.

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* ''Franchise/GIJoe''
** The last two episodes of the Creator/DiCEntertainment continuation of ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' were both clip shows: "Basic Training" (which was presented in the form of General Hawk giving lectures and battle strategies to new recruits) and "The Legend of Metalhead" (which had Metalhead narrate the events of several episodes that featured him in a significant role).
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The ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeSigma6'' episode "Awards" consisted of clips from previous episodes edited together and with the premise of the Joes looking back at their greatest moments.
23rd Apr '17 4:14:55 PM nombretomado
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** ''TransformersVictory'' had no less than six over the course of its run, with another four added for the video release. Since these episodes contributed nothing to the plot, they were omitted from the UK/Australian DVD releases.

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** ''TransformersVictory'' ''Anime/TransformersVictory'' had no less than six over the course of its run, with another four added for the video release. Since these episodes contributed nothing to the plot, they were omitted from the UK/Australian DVD releases.
19th Apr '17 7:10:21 AM CaptainTedium
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* The ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeSigma6'' episode "Awards" consisted of clips from previous episodes edited together and with the premise of the Joes looking back at their greatest moments.
3rd Apr '17 6:22:45 PM nombretomado
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* The season ending episodes of seasons three and four of ''PunkyBrewster'' when it went into first-run syndication were clip shows. "Remember When" (season three) featured clips as the gang dealt with a power outtage during a blizzard. while "Wedding Bells For Brandon" (season four and series finale) used clips from past episodes as a wedding for Punky's dog Brandon and a female golden retriever named Brenda was arranged.

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* The season ending episodes of seasons three and four of ''PunkyBrewster'' ''Series/PunkyBrewster'' when it went into first-run syndication were clip shows. "Remember When" (season three) featured clips as the gang dealt with a power outtage during a blizzard. while "Wedding Bells For Brandon" (season four and series finale) used clips from past episodes as a wedding for Punky's dog Brandon and a female golden retriever named Brenda was arranged.



* The Season 3 finale and series finale of ''PunkyBrewster'' were self-contained episodes ("The Blackout" and "Wedding Bells For Brandon") which used clips of past episodes.

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* The Season 3 finale and series finale of ''PunkyBrewster'' ''Series/PunkyBrewster'' were self-contained episodes ("The Blackout" and "Wedding Bells For Brandon") which used clips of past episodes.
18th Mar '17 8:34:15 AM Robotech_Master
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Sometimes regular episodes ''turn into'' clip shows when they are localized for other markets, as it's simple and inexpensive to edit in recap segments made up of clips from prior episodes to replace the gaps made when content is deleted as too risqué for the new market.

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Sometimes regular episodes ''turn into'' clip shows when they are localized for other markets, as it's simple and inexpensive to edit in recap segments made up of clips from prior episodes to replace the gaps made when content is deleted as too nudity and other risqué for content is deleted. (Occasionally this can even happen before an episode is aired in the new market.
''original'' market, as was the case with ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'''s infamous HotSpringsEpisode.)
18th Mar '17 8:32:57 AM Robotech_Master
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Sometimes regular episodes ''turn into'' clip shows when they are localized for other markets, as it's simple and inexpensive to edit in recap segments made up of clips from prior episodes to replace the gaps made when content is deleted as too risqué for the new market.



** The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' segment featured two clip show episodes adapted directly from the Japanese show, which had to use clip shows to fill space after its order was suddenly expanded from 23 to 36 episodes early in the season. One episode had an expertly edited dream sequence episode formed mainly of clips, with new dialogue, which flowed into each other in a very accurate rendition of dream logic. The other was the episode ''Gloval's Report,'' which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: Captain Gloval reporting the major milestones of the series thus far to his superiors. (''Gloval's Report'' was also expanded into a CompilationMovie, ''Codename: Robotech'', for broadcast to build interest in advance of the show beginning its syndication run.)
** The ''[[Anime/GenesisClimberMospeada New Generation]]'' episode called "Sandstorm" is another clip show adapted directly from the original series.

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** The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' segment featured two clip show episodes adapted directly from the Japanese show, series, which had to use clip shows to fill space after its order was suddenly expanded from 23 to 36 episodes early in the season. One episode had an expertly edited dream sequence episode formed mainly of clips, with new dialogue, which flowed into each other in a very accurate rendition of dream logic. The other was the episode ''Gloval's Report,'' "Gloval's Report," which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: Captain Gloval reporting the major milestones of the series thus far to his superiors. (''Gloval's Report'' ("Gloval's Report" was also expanded into a CompilationMovie, ''Codename: Robotech'', for broadcast to build interest in advance of the show beginning its syndication run.)
** The ''[[Anime/GenesisClimberMospeada New Generation]]'' episode called "Sandstorm" is another clip show adapted directly from the original series. Another ''New Generation'' episode gained a several-minute recap segment at the beginning when several minutes of nudity were deleted from the original series's HotSpringsEpisode.
18th Mar '17 8:25:08 AM Robotech_Master
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** One episode had an expertly edited dream sequence episode formed mainly of clips, with new dialogue, which flowed into each other in a very accurate rendition of dream logic.
** They did it twice, actually. Once in the episode that linked the ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' segment to the ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionCavalrySouthernCross Robotech Masters]]'' segment. Then again in a ''[[Anime/GenesisClimberMospeada New Generation]]'' episode called "Sandstorm". The first one was particularly notable because it was created entirely from other episodes' content by the American translation company.
** A more traditional example can be found in the season one episode ''Gloval's Report,'' which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: Captain Gloval reporting the major milestones of the series thus far to his superiors. This was a direct adaptation of the ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' episode ''Global Report''.

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** The ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' segment featured two clip show episodes adapted directly from the Japanese show, which had to use clip shows to fill space after its order was suddenly expanded from 23 to 36 episodes early in the season. One episode had an expertly edited dream sequence episode formed mainly of clips, with new dialogue, which flowed into each other in a very accurate rendition of dream logic.
** They did it twice, actually. Once in the episode that linked the ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross Macross]]'' segment to the ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionCavalrySouthernCross Robotech Masters]]'' segment. Then again in a ''[[Anime/GenesisClimberMospeada New Generation]]'' episode called "Sandstorm".
logic. The first one was particularly notable because it was created entirely from other episodes' content by was the American translation company.
** A more traditional example can be found in the season one
episode ''Gloval's Report,'' which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: Captain Gloval reporting the major milestones of the series thus far to his superiors. This (''Gloval's Report'' was also expanded into a direct adaptation CompilationMovie, ''Codename: Robotech'', for broadcast to build interest in advance of the ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' show beginning its syndication run.)
** The ''[[Anime/GenesisClimberMospeada New Generation]]''
episode ''Global Report''. called "Sandstorm" is another clip show adapted directly from the original series.
** Another clip show was the episode that linked the ''Macross'' segment to the ''[[Anime/SuperDimensionCavalrySouthernCross Robotech Masters]]'' segment. This episode was created entirely from other episodes' content by the American translation company, which needed to fill an episode's worth of space to pad the count out to a divisible-by-five number to better fit into weekday syndication.
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