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7th Feb '16 8:58:12 PM brb1006
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* Every episode for Studio 100's "Kabouter Plop" ends with Plop saying "Plopper De Plop" at the viewer and his hat would rise up.
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* Every episode for Studio 100's {{Creator/Studio100}}'s "Kabouter Plop" ends with Plop saying "Plopper De Plop" at the viewer and his hat would rise up.
5th Feb '16 7:44:18 PM brb1006
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* Every episode for Series/KabouterPlop ends with Plop telling the audience that he's about to go to sleep after telling about the events that happened early that day and says "Plopper Der Plop" and his bells on his hat raises up.
4th Feb '16 4:23:12 AM DaibhidC
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* Every ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' Watch novel ends with Vimes and the Watch being rewarded usually by the Patrician, and often in a way that reflects the changing politics of the books:
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* Every ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' Watch novel ends with Vimes and the Watch [[MedalsForEveryone being rewarded rewarded]] usually by the Patrician, and often in a way that reflects the changing politics of the books:
18th Jan '16 1:17:18 PM hamza678
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* ''LittleBill'': "Little Bill, who are you talking to?"
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* ''LittleBill'': ''WesternAnimation/LittleBill'': "Little Bill, who are you talking to?"
15th Jan '16 8:41:36 PM Prfnoff
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* Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar actually used the same line as the ending, the title and the conceit. Johnny Dollar was an insurance investigator, and each episode was an explanation of the expense report he was typing up for his bosses (all of which, of course, had extremely dramatic and entertaining reasons). At the end of the letter/the episode, he would state the total, occasionally commenting that it was unusually low and "I must be slipping!" Then he'd sign the letter "Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar."
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* Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar ''Radio/YoursTrulyJohnnyDollar'' actually used the same line as the ending, the title and the conceit. Johnny Dollar was an insurance investigator, and each episode was an explanation of the expense report he was typing up for his bosses (all of which, of course, had extremely dramatic and entertaining reasons). At the end of the letter/the episode, he would state the total, occasionally commenting that it was unusually low and "I must be slipping!" Then he'd sign the letter "Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar."
10th Jan '16 10:47:35 AM lihtox
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"This is NPR"
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* Most (all?) NPR shows end with the host saying "This…is NPR." In the past it was "This is NPR, National Public Radio."
11th Nov '15 4:28:06 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheRiftwarCycle'': "Ah, Arutha, you take all the fun out of life!" * In the epilogues (or prologues) of the books of ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' by George R. R. Martin, the P.O.V. character narrating that chapter dies.
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* ''TheRiftwarCycle'': ''Literature/TheRiftwarCycle'': "Ah, Arutha, you take all the fun out of life!" * In the epilogues (or prologues) of the books of ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' by George R. R. Martin, the P.O.V. character narrating that chapter dies.
5th Nov '15 1:52:48 PM Morgenthaler
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* "Jesse's got metal to burn and sparks to fly! The next ''MonsterGarage'' challenge [[PunctuatedForEmphasis ...is just...around...the bend!]]"
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* "Jesse's got metal to burn and sparks to fly! The next ''MonsterGarage'' ''Series/MonsterGarage'' challenge [[PunctuatedForEmphasis ...is just...around...the bend!]]"
1st Nov '15 4:40:39 PM nighttrainfm
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* DumbingOfAge ends every book with the characters in bed at the end of the day.
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* DumbingOfAge Webcomic/DumbingOfAge ends every book with the characters in bed at the end of the day.
29th Oct '15 1:08:36 AM bwburke94
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* [[On The Next]] episode of ''Series/{{Arrested Development}}'' the characters [[running gag]]. Every episode ends with fake previews for next week that subvert real teasers that reality tv and dramas often use to build interest.
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* [[On The Next]] episode of ''Series/{{Arrested Development}}'' the characters [[running gag]]. ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'': Every episode ends with fake previews for next week that subvert real teasers that reality tv and dramas often use to build interest.
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