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21st May '16 5:38:00 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* Depraved doesn't even begin to describe Doofy the Dragon, the host of the titular ShowWithinAShow from ''WebVideo/SuperMarioLogan''. In his show, Doofy has slaughtered animals, promoted drug usage, hosted a mass suicide, and has [[MyLittlePanzer a knife as a prize in his cereal]].
9th Apr '16 10:46:58 PM Vir
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*** Of course, next time that Gabbo and his puppeteer appeared on the show, they had become a ''very'' poor (and that is figurative and literal-Gabbo has deteriorated to the point he's falling apart) vaudeville act. [[NoodleIncident It is somewhat implied]] that the second time Gabbo was caught being a jackass after the above episode, he ''didn't'' dodged the bullet.

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*** Of course, next time that Gabbo and his puppeteer appeared on the show, they had become a ''very'' poor (and that is figurative and literal-Gabbo has deteriorated to the point he's falling apart) vaudeville act. [[NoodleIncident It is somewhat implied]] that the second time Gabbo was caught being a jackass after the above episode, he ''didn't'' dodged dodge the bullet.
9th Apr '16 10:39:35 PM Vir
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** Krusty's first TV appearance on a ''Tracy Ullman Show''-era ''Simpsons'' short called "The Krusty the Clown Show" sees the clown portrayed as boorish and having a normal voice, wearing normal hair and no face makeup. His over-the-top characteristics were not added until the show was picked up for series and the season 1 episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS1E12KrustyGetsBusted Krusty Gets Busted]]."

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** Krusty's first TV appearance on a ''Tracy Ullman Show''-era ''Simpsons'' short called "The Krusty the Clown Show" sees the clown portrayed as boorish and having a normal voice, wearing normal hair and no face makeup. His over-the-top characteristics were not added until the show was picked up for a series and the season 1 episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS1E12KrustyGetsBusted Krusty Gets Busted]]."
9th Apr '16 10:38:29 PM Vir
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* In WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents film WesternAnimation/ChannelChasers, one of the BlandNameProduct shows is a WesternAnimation/BluesClues parody called Clint's Hints. The Steve analogue is visibly insane.

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* In WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' film WesternAnimation/ChannelChasers, one of the BlandNameProduct shows is a WesternAnimation/BluesClues parody called Clint's Hints. The Steve analogue is visibly insane.
18th Mar '16 10:04:04 AM DaibhidC
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* Back in TheEighties, an episode of ''Les Dennis's Laughter Show'' featured Les parodying then-Creator/{{CBBC}} host Phillip Schofield. Dennis's version of Schofield gets steadily more drunk, attempts to murder NonHumanSidekick Gordon T. Gopher, and eventually has a prostitute/groupie in the studio who he tries to pass off as "Gordon's mum"! Bizarrely, Schofield himself, long after his CBBC career, was interviewed for ChannelFour's ''Zippy & George's Puppet Legends'', where he claimed that ''Gordon'' had a drink problem.

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* Back in TheEighties, an episode of ''Les Dennis's Laughter Show'' featured Les parodying then-Creator/{{CBBC}} host Phillip Schofield. Dennis's version of Schofield gets steadily more drunk, attempts to murder NonHumanSidekick Gordon T. Gopher, and eventually has a prostitute/groupie in the studio who he tries to pass off as "Gordon's mum"! Bizarrely, Schofield himself, long after his CBBC career, was interviewed for ChannelFour's ''Zippy & George's Puppet Legends'', where he claimed that ''Gordon'' had a drink problem. This idea has since continued on the official Gordon T. Gopher [[CharacterBlog Twitter]], where the bio claims he's "Sober since 5/6/15".
17th Feb '16 10:28:16 PM DarkPhoenix94
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As the example of the late Jimmy Savile showed when his victims started coming forward in 2012, however, it is sometimes TruthInTelevision and when it is, it can put many fictional examples to shame.
9th Feb '16 8:15:52 AM tvtropesruinedmylife22
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* [[spoiler: [[Persona4 Shadow Teddie]] ]] in ''Webcomic/{{Hiimdaisy}}'' hosts ''[[spoiler: Shadow Teddie]]'s Existential Kid's Korner,'' which is actually fitting given the TV setting and [[spoiler: his mascot-like appearance]]. [[spoiler: He ]] declares that "The Word of the Day is... Futile! As in 'Your futile existence has no meaning'," asks a main character if she knows any other words that begin with F (Fsteak), and then skips through a field with the main characters while they all sing "Your futile existence has no meaning." [[spoiler: [[MoodWhiplash And then he says he's going to kill everyone in the room.]] Cue sad faces.

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* [[spoiler: [[Persona4 [[{{Persona 4}} Shadow Teddie]] ]] Teddie]]]] in ''Webcomic/{{Hiimdaisy}}'' hosts ''[[spoiler: Shadow Teddie]]'s Existential Kid's Korner,'' which is actually fitting given the TV setting and [[spoiler: his mascot-like appearance]]. [[spoiler: He ]] declares that "The Word of the Day is... Futile! As in 'Your futile existence has no meaning'," asks a main character if she knows any other words that begin with F (Fsteak), and then skips through a field with the main characters while they all sing "Your futile existence has no meaning." [[spoiler: [[MoodWhiplash And then he says he's going to kill everyone in the room.]] Cue sad faces.
1st Feb '16 11:15:06 AM marcoasalazarm
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** Lately Krusty has begun acting depraved even ''on air''

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*** Of course, next time that Gabbo and his puppeteer appeared on the show, they had become a ''very'' poor (and that is figurative and literal-Gabbo has deteriorated to the point he's falling apart) vaudeville act. [[NoodleIncident It is somewhat implied]] that the second time Gabbo was caught being a jackass after the above episode, he ''didn't'' dodged the bullet.
** Lately Krusty has begun acting depraved even ''on air''air''.
31st Jan '16 6:52:02 PM GrammarNavi
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* Somewhat meta example: Uncle Jingle, host of an insanely popular 'Net kids show in TadWilliams' {{Cyberpunk}} novel ''Literature/{{Otherland}}'', is more or less a nice fellow, if heavily MerchandiseDriven. (In fact, he's actually played by actors working in shifts, since the show is on 24/7.) However, the character itself was inspired by the MonsterClown figure Mr. Jingo who haunts the BigBad's nightmares.

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* Somewhat meta example: Uncle Jingle, host of an insanely popular 'Net kids show in TadWilliams' Creator/TadWilliams' {{Cyberpunk}} novel ''Literature/{{Otherland}}'', is more or less a nice fellow, if heavily MerchandiseDriven. (In fact, he's actually played by actors working in shifts, since the show is on 24/7.) However, the character itself was inspired by the MonsterClown figure Mr. Jingo who haunts the BigBad's nightmares.
20th Jan '16 2:23:48 AM Pwnisher248
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* The Creepypasta ''Literature/NineteenNinetyNine'' features one of these as the owner of a local television station. "Mr. Bear," [[KnownOnlyByTheirNickname as he is known]], is a MisanthropeSupreme who uses his TV station to get kids to come to his house and then burns them alive.
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