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10th May '16 7:49:49 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* An episode of ''LaffALympics'' featured an applause meter device for home audiences to gauge which team they wanted to win a specific event via their applause. Mildew Wolf (one of the show's commentators) held his mic up to the camera for the presumed home viewer applause.

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* An episode of ''LaffALympics'' ''WesternAnimation/LaffALympics'' featured an applause meter device for home audiences to gauge which team they wanted to win a specific event via their applause. Mildew Wolf (one of the show's commentators) held his mic up to the camera for the presumed home viewer applause.
18th Apr '16 12:37:53 PM Eddy1215
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--> ''([[FourthWallPsych PoV changes, revealing Hibbert pointing at Chief Wiggum]])''

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--> ''([[FourthWallPsych PoV Pov changes, revealing Hibbert pointing at Chief Wiggum]])''
6th Apr '16 10:59:03 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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-> ''"It's like the AudienceParticipation at the [[{{Pantomime}} Christmas Panto]]. We all know damn well the forthcoming events will not change whether we yell 'He's behind you!' or not! But you're going to hold everything up until we say it, aren't you, you fucking cross-dressing bitch?!"''

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-> ''"It's like the AudienceParticipation audience participation at the [[{{Pantomime}} Christmas Panto]].Panto. We all know damn well the forthcoming events will not change whether we yell 'He's behind you!' or not! But you're going to hold everything up until we say it, aren't you, you fucking cross-dressing bitch?!"''
6th Apr '16 10:57:28 PM TheGreatUnknown
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** The film adaptation simply presents a straightforward example of the trope, in the form of characters having a banal argument, turning to the viewer playing an unseen third character, and ask their opinion. [[AdaptationNameChange Linda]] doesn't answer in time, but it continues anyway with a noncommittal reply, apparently shattering her immersion.

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** The film adaptation simply presents a straightforward example of the trope, in the form of characters having a banal argument, turning to the viewer playing an unseen third character, and ask asking their opinion. [[AdaptationNameChange Linda]] doesn't answer in time, but it continues anyway with a noncommittal reply, apparently shattering her immersion.
4th Apr '16 7:44:00 PM trulymadmoves
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* Zig-zagged in ''Theatre/TheTrailToOregon''. The audience really does get to name the five main characters by shouting out suggestions, and vote on [[TonightSomeoneDies which of the character dies at the end]]. However, the part where the audience is allowed to choose ''how'' the character will meet their demise is only there on the assumption that the audience will ''always'' choose dysentery, a safe bet due to the disease's [[MemeticMutation memetic]] nature in [[VideoGame/TheOregonTrail the game the musical is based on]].

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* Zig-zagged in ''Theatre/TheTrailToOregon''. The audience really does get to name the five main characters by shouting out suggestions, and vote on [[TonightSomeoneDies which of the character characters dies at the end]]. However, the part where the audience is allowed to choose ''how'' the character will meet their demise is only there on the assumption that the audience will ''always'' choose dysentery, a safe bet due to the disease's [[MemeticMutation memetic]] nature in [[VideoGame/TheOregonTrail the game the musical is based on]].
4th Apr '16 7:43:34 PM trulymadmoves
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* Zig-zagged in ''Theatre/TheTrailToOregon''. The audience really does get to name the five main characters by shouting out suggestions, and choose which of the characters will die via ballots, with the results revealed at the end of the show. However, the part where the audience is allowed to choose ''how'' the character will meet their demise is only there on the assumption that the audience will ''always'' choose dysentery, a safe bet due to the disease's [[MemeticMutation memetic]] nature in [[VideoGame/TheOregonTrail the game the musical is based on]].

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* Zig-zagged in ''Theatre/TheTrailToOregon''. The audience really does get to name the five main characters by shouting out suggestions, and choose vote on [[TonightSomeoneDies which of the characters will die via ballots, with the results revealed character dies at the end of the show.end]]. However, the part where the audience is allowed to choose ''how'' the character will meet their demise is only there on the assumption that the audience will ''always'' choose dysentery, a safe bet due to the disease's [[MemeticMutation memetic]] nature in [[VideoGame/TheOregonTrail the game the musical is based on]].
4th Apr '16 7:41:55 PM trulymadmoves
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* Zig-zagged in ''Theatre/TheTrailToOregon''. The audience really does get to name the five main characters by shouting out suggestions, and choose which of the characters will die via ballots, with the results revealed at the end of the show. However, the part where the audience is allowed to choose ''how'' the character will meet their demise is only there on the assumption that the audience will ''always'' choose dysentery, a safe bet due to the disease's [[MemeticMutation memetic]] nature in [[VideoGame/TheOregonTrail the game the musical is based on]].
4th Apr '16 4:04:06 PM TheGreatUnknown
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* The TV show watched by Millie ''Literature/{{Fahrenheit 451}}'' has the protagonist's wife Millie, who is utterly obsessed with her TV Room. Not a room containing a TV, mind you; a room where nearly all the walls ''are'' televisions. Her favorite show (and many others, no doubt) has the gimmick of mailing episode's script a few days ahead of time, letting viewers memorize their lines. During the show, a light in the corner of the screen indicates when the viewer is supposed to speak. All Millie thinks about are the characters of the show, and she even demands that her husband replace the final wall of the room with a fourth TV so she can feel more immersed. NoFourthWall, [[StealthPun indeed]].

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* The TV show watched by Millie in ''Literature/{{Fahrenheit 451}}'' has the protagonist's wife Millie, who is utterly obsessed with her TV Room. Not a room containing a TV, mind you; a room where nearly all the walls ''are'' televisions. Her favorite show (and many others, no doubt) has the gimmick of mailing episode's script a few days ahead of time, letting viewers memorize their lines. During the show, a light in the corner of the screen indicates when the viewer is supposed to speak. All Millie thinks about are the characters of the show, and she even demands that her husband replace the final wall of the room with a fourth TV so she can feel more immersed. NoFourthWall, [[StealthPun indeed]].indeed]].
** The film adaptation simply presents a straightforward example of the trope, in the form of characters having a banal argument, turning to the viewer playing an unseen third character, and ask their opinion. [[AdaptationNameChange Linda]] doesn't answer in time, but it continues anyway with a noncommittal reply, apparently shattering her immersion.
31st Mar '16 9:04:06 AM Chabal2
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* Scam emails claiming to be from a bank will usually present a professional-looking message, but usually the only parts that work are the boxes for you to write your sensitive information into.
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26th Mar '16 5:24:06 PM jeez
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-> ''"It's like the audience participation at the [[{{Pantomime}} Christmas Panto]]. We all know damn well the forthcoming events will not change whether we yell 'He's behind you!' or not! But you're going to hold everything up until we say it, aren't you, you fucking cross-dressing bitch?!"''

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-> ''"It's like the audience participation AudienceParticipation at the [[{{Pantomime}} Christmas Panto]]. We all know damn well the forthcoming events will not change whether we yell 'He's behind you!' or not! But you're going to hold everything up until we say it, aren't you, you fucking cross-dressing bitch?!"''
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