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11th Aug '16 3:43:12 PM LondonKdS
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* A more serious than usual example - the final (so far) arc of Alex di Campi's anthology series ''Grindhouse'' is a pastiche of 1960s/70s European SF porn comics that ends with a few panels revealing that the story was AllJustADream of a female convict being transported to what is [[LawyerFriendlyCameo heavily implied]] to be ''ComicBook/BitchPlanet''.

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* A more serious than usual example - the final (so far) arc of Alex di Campi's anthology series ''Grindhouse'' is a pastiche of 1960s/70s European SF porn comics that ends with a few panels revealing that the story was AllJustADream of a female convict being transported to what is [[LawyerFriendlyCameo heavily implied]] to be the space prison in ''ComicBook/BitchPlanet''.
11th Aug '16 3:42:42 PM LondonKdS
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* A more serious than usual example - the last panels of the final (so far) arc of Alex di Campi's anthology series ''Grindhouse'' is a pastiche of 1960s/70s European SF porn comics that ends with the revelation that the story was AllJustADream in the mind of a female convict being transported to what is [[LawyerFriendlyCameo heavily implied]] to be ''ComicBook/BitchPlanet''.

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* A more serious than usual example - the last panels of the final (so far) arc of Alex di Campi's anthology series ''Grindhouse'' is a pastiche of 1960s/70s European SF porn comics that ends with the revelation a few panels revealing that the story was AllJustADream in the mind of a female convict being transported to what is [[LawyerFriendlyCameo heavily implied]] to be ''ComicBook/BitchPlanet''.
11th Aug '16 3:41:40 PM LondonKdS
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* A more serious than usual example - the last panels of the final (so far) arc of Alex di Campi's anthology series ''Grindhouse'' is a pastiche of 1960s/70s European SF porn comics that ends with the revelation that the story was AllJustADream in the mind of a female convict being transported to what is [[LawyerFriendlyCameo heavily implied]] to be ''ComicBook/BitchPlanet''.
10th Aug '16 4:00:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* After the credits of one episode of ''Series/MrShow'', a comic is seen talking to ''[[DrKatzProfessionalTherapist Dr. Katz]]''. Especially weird just because Mr Show is live-action.

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* After the credits of one episode of ''Series/MrShow'', a comic is seen talking to ''[[DrKatzProfessionalTherapist ''[[WesternAnimation/DrKatzProfessionalTherapist Dr. Katz]]''. Especially weird just because Mr Show is live-action.
17th Jul '16 4:51:36 PM ErichoTOME
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** Another episode featured [[WesternAnimation/{{Animanaics}} Wakko]] appearing along with the Brain. They all argue over which of their cartoon is StevenSpeilburg's favorite. They go to Speilburg himself and ask him to which he simply says, "Who are you people?".

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** Another episode featured [[WesternAnimation/{{Animanaics}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}} Wakko]] appearing along with the Brain. They all argue over which of their cartoon cartoons is StevenSpeilburg's StevenSpielberg's favorite. They go to Speilburg Spielberg himself and ask him to which he simply says, "Who are you people?".
16th Jul '16 6:49:28 PM ErichoTOME
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** Another episode featured [[WesternAnimation/{{Animanaics}} Wakko]] appearing along with the Brain. They all argue over which of their cartoon is StevenSpeilburg's favorite. They go to Speilburg himself and ask him to which he simply says, "Who are you people?".
12th Jul '16 6:55:02 AM MrItty
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* ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' is full of them, as Genie assumes the form of Disney/{{Pinocchio}} to accuse Aladdin of lying, and pulls ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'''s Sebastian out of a cookbook looking for a recipe for King Crab.
* ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' reveals that Zazu's suggestion that Scar would make "a very excellent throw rug" seems to have been proven true, as Hercules's head dress (later discarded on the floor, like a rug) is Scar's pelt.
8th Jul '16 6:38:56 PM mkrgolf
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** In "Dog Pounded", after a long string of unsuccessful attempts at retrieving Tweety Bird from a dog pound, Sylvester gets the idea to [[AssInALionSkin disguise himself as a skunk]] and catch Tweety. Unfortunately, on his way out Pepe le Pew appears out of nowhere and starts hitting on Sylvester.

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** In "Dog Pounded", after a long string of unsuccessful attempts at retrieving Tweety Bird from a dog pound, Sylvester gets the idea to [[AssInALionSkin disguise himself as a skunk]] and catch Tweety. Unfortunately, on his way out Pepe le Le Pew appears out of nowhere and starts hitting on Sylvester.
8th Jul '16 6:37:59 PM mkrgolf
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** Lets not forget the famous ending to ''WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck''
** Or the ending to Porky Pig's Feat where Porkey and Daffy try to call ''WesternAnimation/BugsBunny'' for help only t find him chained up in the next room.

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** Lets Let's not forget the famous ending to ''WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck''
** Or the ending to Porky Pig's Feat where Porkey Porky and Daffy try to call ''WesternAnimation/BugsBunny'' for help only t to find him chained up in the next room.
22nd Jun '16 12:00:58 AM LinTaylor
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' had the girls battling an evil ImaginaryFriend; when their efforts prove fruitless, they realize they need their own imaginary friend. Bubbles starts to suggest the Koosalagoopagoop from ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', only for Buttercup to shoot her down by saying "Not that Koos jerk!"
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