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20th Apr '16 8:26:57 AM Berrenta
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** In another episode Eek gets hit by a shrink ray and meets Elvis (not named as such, but he looks like Elvis at least), who had a shrink-ray related acident years ago.
*** ItGetsBetter , after the ep, he gets back to normal size, remembers who he is, and ''then'' gets kidnapped by aliens.

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** In another episode Eek gets hit by a shrink ray and meets Elvis (not named as such, but he looks like Elvis at least), who had a shrink-ray related acident years ago.
*** ItGetsBetter , after
ago. After the ep, episode, he gets back to normal size, remembers who he is, and ''then'' gets kidnapped by aliens.
1st Apr '16 4:58:09 PM SSJMagus
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16th Feb '16 4:58:20 PM karlofflugosi
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* The film ''Film/DeathBecomesHer'' holds Elvis to be an immortal who faked his own death.
* As ''[[Film/BubbaHotep Bubba Ho-tep]]'' explains, the Elvis who died wasn't the ''real'' one.



* In an interesting inversion (sort of), during the GoodTimesMontage in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', an interviewer asks Ray, "How is Elvis, and have you seen him lately?"
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* In an interesting inversion (sort of), during the GoodTimesMontage in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'', an interviewer asks Ray, "How is Elvis, and have you seen him lately?"
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* In ''Literature/GoodOmens'', [[{{Death}} a mysterious stranger]] is taking an electronic pub quiz game. When the game asks when Elvis Presley died, the stranger remarks "'''[[AC:I don't care what anyone says, I never touched him.]]'''"
** He's alive and working in a "Burger Lord", probably, still singing "Hound Dog".



* ''Literature/OddThomas'': Though he ''is'' dead, Odd frequently interacted with Elvis' ''ghost'', because he was [[UnfinishedBusiness unable to move on]] until the events of ''Brother Odd''.

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* ''Literature/OddThomas'': Though he ''is'' dead, Odd frequently interacted with Elvis' ''ghost'', because he was [[UnfinishedBusiness unable to move on]] until the events of ''Brother Odd''.



* An episode of ''The Chronicle'' implies that Elvis faked his death after discovering a cult of Elvis-impersonating vampires used him to further their goals and devoted his life to becoming a vampire hunter.
** Then the episode throws in a twist at the end, suggesting that the hunter isn't Elvis, but his (presumed) stillborn twin, Jesse Garon.
* In ''Series/EerieIndiana'', Elvis ran the local malt shop.
** And he's on the protagonist's paper route.
** At one point the protagonist's younger brother finds an Elvis lamp and wonders why someone would have a lamp that looks like a guy on the paper route.



* This is the premise of ''ElvisAndSlickMonty'', only Elvis escaped, wound up in AnotherDimension, befriended an anthropomorphic fly named Slick, and returned to Earth with him. [[spoiler:The finale ends with him re-captured.]]

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* This is the premise of ''ElvisAndSlickMonty'', only Elvis escaped, wound up in AnotherDimension, Another Dimension, befriended an anthropomorphic fly named Slick, and returned to Earth with him. [[spoiler:The finale ends with him re-captured.]]



* The Swedish series Vintergatan (The Milky Way) has an ElvisImposter named Melvis... except he takes offense at this, as he's met Elvis himself just a year ago(which would be the year 2000), and that Elvis is overweight(Melvis is not). Melvis actor was 60 years old.

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* The Swedish series Vintergatan (The Milky Way) has an ElvisImposter named Melvis... except he takes offense at this, as he's met Elvis himself just a year ago(which would be the year 2000), and that Elvis is overweight(Melvis is not). Melvis actor was 60 years old.
25th Dec '15 4:00:39 AM CaptainTedium
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* ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'': The series got close enough by giving Elvis an alien brother.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'': The series got close enough by giving Played with in that the minor recurring villain Evil Eye Weevil (himself a NoCelebritiesWereHarmed version of both Elvis an Presley and Evel Knievel) is said to be Elvis' alien brother.
28th Nov '15 4:10:46 PM nombretomado
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* Another Marvel example: in the final issue of ''SecretInvasion'', multiple characters who had been replaced by Skrulls were recovered and returned to Earth. And, yes, in a throw-away gag, Elvis was amongst them.

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* Another Marvel example: in the final issue of ''SecretInvasion'', ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'', multiple characters who had been replaced by Skrulls were recovered and returned to Earth. And, yes, in a throw-away gag, Elvis was amongst them.
14th Nov '15 4:23:48 PM nombretomado
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* RobotChicken did a skit where aliens replaced Music/MichaelJackson (who still had black skin) with a white look-alike to take over the world [[MissingStepsPlan somehow.]]

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* RobotChicken ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' did a skit where aliens replaced Music/MichaelJackson (who still had black skin) with a white look-alike to take over the world [[MissingStepsPlan somehow.]]
16th Oct '15 10:54:20 AM HiddenWindshield
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Playing Franchise/{{Halo}} with ET[[Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial ET]]
16th Oct '15 10:53:04 AM HiddenWindshield
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4th Oct '15 8:28:02 PM Willbyr
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* On ''{{Sliders}}'' the team landed on a world where Native!Rembrandt Brown had died (and enjoyed Elvis-level popularity); Rembrandt planned to stay on that Earth, "return from the dead" and have a musical career. Then they discovered that Native!Rembrandt had faked his death, but due to the resurgent popularity ensuing from Rembrandt's activities decided to come back himself.

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* On ''{{Sliders}}'' ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' the team landed on a world where Native!Rembrandt Brown had died (and enjoyed Elvis-level popularity); Rembrandt planned to stay on that Earth, "return from the dead" and have a musical career. Then they discovered that Native!Rembrandt had faked his death, but due to the resurgent popularity ensuing from Rembrandt's activities decided to come back himself.



* ''{{Sanctuary}}'': "Elvis isn't dead, he's just... never mind."
* The Swedish series Vintergatan(The Milky Way) has an ElvisImposter named Melvis... except he takes offense at this, as he's met Elvis himself just a year ago(which would be the year 2000), and that Elvis is overweight(Melvis is not). Melvis actor was 60 years old.

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* ''{{Sanctuary}}'': ''Series/{{Sanctuary}}'': "Elvis isn't dead, he's just... never mind."
* The Swedish series Vintergatan(The Vintergatan (The Milky Way) has an ElvisImposter named Melvis... except he takes offense at this, as he's met Elvis himself just a year ago(which would be the year 2000), and that Elvis is overweight(Melvis is not). Melvis actor was 60 years old.
3rd Sep '15 4:05:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''{{Outernet}}'' series of books, the main characters meet a far older, far fatter Elvis performing on an alien planet.
* RobertRankin's ''Armageddon! The Musical'' trilogy reveals that Elvis faked his death, but how and why would take a lot of explaining. (Really. Part of it involves a talking vegetable, and that's the relatively sane part.)

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* In the ''{{Outernet}}'' ''Literature/{{Outernet}}'' series of books, the main characters meet a far older, far fatter Elvis performing on an alien planet.
* RobertRankin's Creator/RobertRankin's ''Armageddon! The Musical'' trilogy reveals that Elvis faked his death, but how and why would take a lot of explaining. (Really. Part of it involves a talking vegetable, and that's the relatively sane part.)



* ''OddThomas'': Though he ''is'' dead, Odd frequently interacted with Elvis' ''ghost'', because he was [[UnfinishedBusiness unable to move on]] until the events of ''Brother Odd''.

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* ''OddThomas'': ''Literature/OddThomas'': Though he ''is'' dead, Odd frequently interacted with Elvis' ''ghost'', because he was [[UnfinishedBusiness unable to move on]] until the events of ''Brother Odd''.
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