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24th Jul '16 2:34:15 PM nombretomado
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* The new Australian talk show, ''A Quiet Word'' -- sample episode "A Quiet Word with BillBailey".

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* The new Australian talk show, ''A Quiet Word'' -- sample episode "A Quiet Word with BillBailey".Music/BillBailey".
25th Apr '16 12:00:12 PM Paragrin
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* Similarly, [[Literature/YoungWizards So You Want To Be A Wizard]] (and the in-universe book of the same name) takes its title from the ''So You Want To Be A...'' series of career guides.
6th Apr '16 1:58:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* Every episode of ''{{Bottom}}'' has a title that can be prefixed with "Bottom": "Smells", "Gas", "Apocalypse", "'s Up", "Accident", "Digger", "Burglary", "Culture", "Holy", "'s Out", "Hole", "Terror", "Break", "Dough", "Finger" and "Carnival".

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* Every episode of ''{{Bottom}}'' ''Series/{{Bottom}}'' has a title that can be prefixed with "Bottom": "Smells", "Gas", "Apocalypse", "'s Up", "Accident", "Digger", "Burglary", "Culture", "Holy", "'s Out", "Hole", "Terror", "Break", "Dough", "Finger" and "Carnival".
19th Mar '16 12:42:49 AM Hossmeister
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14th Mar '16 5:52:29 PM Prfnoff
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* Most of the episodes of ''TheMagicSchoolBus'' form a complete sentence with the show title. Mostly of the "[verb]s [object]" form, like "Plays Ball" or "Spins a Web," but many others still form a descriptive phrase: "Inside Ralphie," "Wet All Over." In the case of "Cold Feet" an apostrophe would have to be added to make it fit, as a possessive. Only one episode fully deviated from this pattern: "The Busasaurus."
* ''DanVs'', obviously, names each episode after whatever it is that's ticked off Dan in that episode, like "Canada" or "The Dentist".
* ''WonderPets''. Usually "The Wonder Pets Save the [Animal in Trouble]".
* All the {{Nickelodeon}} episodes of ''{{Doug}}'' have titles beginning with Master Funnie's first name, as do most of the Disney-produced ones (exceptions: "Judy, Judy, Judy," "Judy's Big Admission," "Patti's Dad Dilemma" and the Quailman episodes, whose title cards, which normally feature the show's logo, are altered accordingly).
* Similar to the DanVs example above, episodes of TheTick almost always follow the naming formula "vs. (insert villain, inconvenience or random plot point here)". The DVD releases have followed this pattern by naming the sets "vs. Season (number)"

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* Most of the episodes of ''TheMagicSchoolBus'' ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'' form a complete sentence with the show title. Mostly of the "[verb]s [object]" form, like "Plays Ball" or "Spins a Web," but many others still form a descriptive phrase: "Inside Ralphie," "Wet All Over." In the case of "Cold Feet" an apostrophe would have to be added to make it fit, as a possessive. Only one episode fully deviated from this pattern: "The Busasaurus."
* ''DanVs'', ''WesternAnimation/DanVs'', obviously, names each episode after whatever it is that's ticked off Dan in that episode, like "Canada" or "The Dentist".
* ''WonderPets''.''WesternAnimation/WonderPets''. Usually "The Wonder Pets Save the [Animal in Trouble]".
* All the {{Nickelodeon}} Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} episodes of ''{{Doug}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' have titles beginning with Master Funnie's first name, as do most of the Disney-produced ones (exceptions: "Judy, Judy, Judy," "Judy's Big Admission," "Patti's Dad Dilemma" and the Quailman episodes, whose title cards, which normally feature the show's logo, are altered accordingly).
* Similar to the DanVs example above, episodes Episodes of TheTick ''WesternAnimation/TheTick'' almost always follow the naming formula "vs. (insert villain, inconvenience or random plot point here)". The DVD releases have followed this pattern by naming the sets "vs. Season (number)"
20th Feb '16 1:48:23 AM Doug86
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* A series of sketches on ''ABitOfFryAndLaurie'' parodied talk shows with titles like this. Instances include "Trying to Borrow a Fiver Off ...", "Introducing My Grandfather To ...", "Realising I've Given the Wrong Directions To ...", "Photocopying My Genitals With ...", and "Flying a Light Aeroplane Without Having Had Any Formal Instruction With ..."

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* A series of sketches on ''ABitOfFryAndLaurie'' ''Series/ABitOfFryAndLaurie'' parodied talk shows with titles like this. Instances include "Trying to Borrow a Fiver Off ...", "Introducing My Grandfather To ...", "Realising I've Given the Wrong Directions To ...", "Photocopying My Genitals With ...", and "Flying a Light Aeroplane Without Having Had Any Formal Instruction With ..."
21st Jan '16 9:52:28 AM Willbyr
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* ''Anime/KoreWaZombieDesuKa'' (''Is This a Zombie?'') has every episode title answer that question. Such as "No, I'm a Vampire Ninja", etc.

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* ''Anime/KoreWaZombieDesuKa'' (''Is This a Zombie?'') ''LightNovel/IsThisAZombie'' has every episode title answer that question. Such as "No, I'm a Vampire Ninja", etc.
5th Dec '15 2:16:13 PM Silverblade2
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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has the OriginsEpisode "Go!". "Teen Titans Go!" is their BattleCry.
15th Nov '15 8:00:56 AM Prfnoff
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* RelientK named their cover album ''Is For Karaoke''.

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* RelientK Music/RelientK named their cover album ''Is For Karaoke''.
14th Nov '15 4:41:03 PM Jake
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* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' creates this sort of title through ProceduralGeneration for books written during worldgen.
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