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16th Apr '18 7:50:08 PM AngieYaz
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** The 1964 short ''WesternAnimation/FreudyCat'' has Sylvester Jr. taking his father to a psychiatrist to talk about his problems with the "giant mouse", as illustrated with scenes from ''WesternAnimation/TheSlapHoppyMouse'', ''WesternAnimation/CatsAweigh!'' and ''WesternAnimation/WhosKittenWho

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** The 1964 short ''WesternAnimation/FreudyCat'' has Sylvester Jr. taking his father to a psychiatrist to talk about his problems with the "giant mouse", as illustrated with scenes from ''WesternAnimation/TheSlapHoppyMouse'', ''WesternAnimation/CatsAweigh!'' and ''WesternAnimation/WhosKittenWho''WesternAnimation/WhosKittenWho''.



** Done so accurately that Eddy whacks Ed with a giant fish and says "''I hate clip shows!''".

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** Done **Done so accurately that Eddy whacks Ed with a giant fish and says "''I hate clip shows!''".
15th Apr '18 9:19:11 AM AngieYaz
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* ''Western Animation/EdEddNEddy'' Done so accurately that Eddy whacks Ed with a giant fish and says "''I hate clip shows!''".

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* ''Western Animation/EdEddNEddy'' Done Animation/EdEddNEddy'':
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so accurately that Eddy whacks Ed with a giant fish and says "''I hate clip shows!''".
15th Apr '18 9:17:49 AM AngieYaz
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* ''Western Animation/EdEddNEddy''
** Done so accurately that Eddy whacks Ed with a giant fish and says "''I hate clip shows!''".

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* ''Western Animation/EdEddNEddy''
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Animation/EdEddNEddy'' Done so accurately that Eddy whacks Ed with a giant fish and says "''I hate clip shows!''".
15th Apr '18 9:15:31 AM AngieYaz
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** The 1964 short ''WesternAnimation/FreudyCat'' has Sylvester Jr. taking his father to a psychiatrist to talk about his problems with the "giant mouse", as illustrated with scenes from ''WesternAnimation/TheSlapHoppyMouse'', ''WesternAnimation/CatsAweigh!'' and ''WesternAnimation/WhosKittenWho''.

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** The 1964 short ''WesternAnimation/FreudyCat'' has Sylvester Jr. taking his father to a psychiatrist to talk about his problems with the "giant mouse", as illustrated with scenes from ''WesternAnimation/TheSlapHoppyMouse'', ''WesternAnimation/CatsAweigh!'' and ''WesternAnimation/WhosKittenWho''.''WesternAnimation/WhosKittenWho
* ''Western Animation/EdEddNEddy''
**Done so accurately that Eddy whacks Ed with a giant fish and says "''I hate clip shows!''".
10th Apr '18 7:58:11 AM SquackSpencer
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*** Hell, spinoff ''Anime/YuGiOhVrains'' takes this to offensive levels. Season one episodes [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Yu-Gi-Oh!_VRAINS_-_Episode_013 13 (Fierce Battle's Record)]], [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Yu-Gi-Oh!_VRAINS_-_Episode_021 21 (Embers of a New Battle)]], [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Yu-Gi-Oh!_VRAINS_-_Episode_029 29 (Kusanagi Report)]] and [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Yu-Gi-Oh!_VRAINS_-_Episode_038 38 (Hanoi's Recollection)]] are solely dedicated to this. And keep in mind Season One has 46 episodes total. By skipping all episodes between the ones dedicated exclusively to Clip Shows, you can watch the whole season one in 12 episodes, and you'd arguably not miss anything.
7th Apr '18 8:19:34 AM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* The finale episode of ''Series/PlanetAjay'', "Highlights Show", is a clip show depicting some of the highlights of the series. In this episode, the main character Ajay packs up to leave on a ''very'' long trip around the universe (it's ''2,517'' years long, to be precise), and Chips the robot reminds Ajay of all the friends he has on Planet Ajay. Ajay remembering all that his friends did for him is used as the framing device for the clips, which are supposed to be Ajay's memories.
28th Mar '18 12:33:38 PM rjung
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* Episodes 19 through 22 of ''Anime/SupercarGattiger'' were composed of clips from earlier episodes.
27th Mar '18 5:39:36 PM Onlythrice
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* Played with in the ''WesternAnimation/MikeTysonMysteries'' episode "My Favorite Mystery". The Mystery Team gets stuck in an elevator with an old man and begin reminiscing about their favorite mysteries, all of them being extended clips from the ActionHoggingOpening rather than clips from previous episodes. The old man then reveals that he was present for about half of them, having been part of the bank robbery that Marquess tried to stop, then used the money to create the dinosaurs and the samurai robot Mike crashed a jet into, and was also the guy in kabuki makeup that Mike punched in the opening.
23rd Mar '18 9:44:14 AM longWriter
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* The ''KidsPraise'' series had a clip album: ''Psalty's Singalongathon Maranatha Marathon Hallelujah Jubilee,'' set up as a TV special where viewers at home could phone in their votes for their favorite songs from the previous albums, which Psalty and the Kids would then perform.

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* The ''KidsPraise'' ''Music/KidsPraise'' series had a clip album: ''Psalty's Singalongathon Maranatha Marathon Hallelujah Jubilee,'' set up as a TV special where viewers at home could phone in their votes for their favorite songs from the previous albums, which Psalty and the Kids would then perform.
19th Mar '18 12:52:34 PM Cavery210
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* The first ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' anime series had a clip show for its series finale, actually called "A Look Back! The 2000 Year History of Hokuto"... despite only recapping the series' events; the "proper" series finale had been the [[OneHundredAndEight penultimate episode]]. ''Fist of the North Star'' is rife with these, unfortunately, with each episode after the first having a recap ClipShow, and with several episodes that were nothing but clip shows, including one notorious incident where '''five episodes in a row were just clip shows.''' Fully half of the penultimate episode was a recap clip show of the antepenultimate episode. It's one of the reasons the series is basically not watched today.

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* The first ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' anime series had a clip show for its series finale, actually called "A Look Back! The 2000 Year History of Hokuto"... despite only recapping the series' events; the "proper" series finale had been the [[OneHundredAndEight penultimate episode]]. ''Fist of the North Star'' is rife with these, unfortunately, with each episode after the first having a recap ClipShow, and with unfortunately. There were several episodes that were nothing but clip shows, including one notorious incident where '''five episodes in a row were just clip shows.''' Fully half of the penultimate episode was a recap clip show of the antepenultimate episode. It's one of the reasons the series is basically not watched today.



* Although ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' never had an entire clip show, it played with the idea a little. For filler the anime would often have scenes taking place away from the action where characters would reminisce about events from both DBZ and ''Manga/DragonBall'' and could range anywhere from five to ten minutes. For example, late during the Goku/Freeza fight after [[spoiler:everyone else gets teleported back to Earth by Porunga]] there's an episode that devotes a little bit of time to have Piccolo think back on his past with Goku, which then features clips of mainly from the Piccolo storylines from Dragon Ball. Another episode has Muten Roshi explain the history of the Red Ribbon Army to some of the supporting cast hanging out on his island early on during the Artificial Human saga, which in turn features clips from the entire Red Ribbon Army arc from the original Dragon Ball. Given the [[LongRunners length of the series]], those flashbacks were probably included because the people making the anime thought people legitimately wouldn't remember (or wouldn't even have seen) stuff that was important to a new plot. They became particularly important when the show was exported to America, because everything past the first 13 episodes of ''Dragon Ball'' weren't dubbed until later.

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* Although ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' never had an entire clip show, it played with the idea a little. For filler the anime would often have scenes taking place away from the action where characters would reminisce about events from both DBZ and ''Manga/DragonBall'' and could range anywhere from five to ten minutes. For example, late during the Goku/Freeza fight after [[spoiler:everyone else gets teleported back to Earth by Porunga]] there's an episode that devotes a little bit of time to have Piccolo think back on his past with Goku, which then features clips of mainly from the Piccolo storylines from Dragon Ball. Another episode has Muten Master Roshi explain the history of the Red Ribbon Army to some of the supporting cast hanging out on his island early on during the Artificial Human Android saga, which in turn features clips from the entire Red Ribbon Army arc from the original Dragon Ball. Given the [[LongRunners length of the series]], those flashbacks were probably included because the people making the anime thought people legitimately wouldn't remember (or wouldn't even have seen) stuff that was important to a new plot. They became particularly important when the show was exported to America, because everything past the first 13 episodes of ''Dragon Ball'' weren't dubbed until later.
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