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29th Oct '17 3:52:28 AM antonioespejo
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You're absolutely right, it means that anything the audience does has no effect on the program!

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You're absolutely right, it means that anything the audience does has no effect (0 effects) on the program!
27th Oct '17 4:50:04 PM mimitchi33
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* In the movie ''WesternAnimation/ThomasAndTheMagicRailroad'', the audience is supposedly responsible for putting the cushion out to break Mr. Conductor's fall. This is averted in the actual series, however.

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* In the movie ''WesternAnimation/ThomasAndTheMagicRailroad'', the audience is supposedly responsible for putting the cushion out to break Mr. Conductor's fall. This is averted in the actual series, [[WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine two]] [[Series/ShiningTimeStation series]] the film was based on, however.
23rd Oct '17 10:38:42 AM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* Parodied in ''WebAnimation/PlancysWorld'', which is a TakeThat towards ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer''. The webtoon's main character, Plancy, constantly talks to the viewers as if she were actually in a show made for preschoolers.
2nd Oct '17 7:09:55 AM Sharlee
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* The DancingBear gag of the 1961 horror film ''Film/MrSardonicus'' was a simulated "vote" on the final fate of the movie's villain. Just before the closing scene, a narrator appears on-screen and invites the audience to hold up the "thumbs up/down" cards they'd have been issued during the original theatrical release. He goes through the motions of calling on a few audience members to clarify their votes, mimes tallying the results, then calls the verdict and cues up the concluding scene. [[spoiler: It's unclear if a "show mercy" option was ever filmed or not, but the slanted way the narrator describes the viewers' choice pretty much ''guarantees'' that "no mercy" will win, so only that outcome was ever actually shown. That's why it's ''Fake'' Interactivity.]]

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* The DancingBear gag of the 1961 horror film ''Film/MrSardonicus'' was a simulated "vote" on the final fate of the movie's villain. Just before the closing scene, a narrator the film's producer appears on-screen and invites the audience to hold up the "thumbs up/down" cards they'd have been issued during the original theatrical release. He goes through the motions of calling on a few audience members to clarify their votes, mimes tallying the results, then calls the verdict and cues up the concluding scene. [[spoiler: It's unclear if a "show mercy" option was ever filmed or not, but the slanted way the narrator producer describes the viewers' choice pretty much ''guarantees'' that "no mercy" will win, so only that outcome was ever actually shown. That's why it's ''Fake'' Interactivity.]]
2nd Oct '17 7:04:21 AM Sharlee
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* The DancingBear gag of the 1961 horror film ''Film/MrSardonicus'' was a simulated "vote" on the final fate of the movie's villain. Just before the closing scene, a narrator appears on-screen and invites the audience to hold up the "thumbs up/down" cards they'd have been issued during the original theatrical release. He goes through the motions of calling on a few audience members to clarify their votes, mimes tallying the results, then calls the verdict and cues up the concluding scene. [[spoiler: It's unclear if a "show mercy" option was ever filmed or not, but the slanted way the narrator describes the viewers' choice pretty much ''guarantees'' that "no mercy" will win, so only that outcome was ever actually shown. That's why it's ''Fake'' Interactivity.]]
9th Sep '17 6:47:29 PM Ize
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* In one online ad for [[WesternAnimation/FindingDory Dory]] toys at Target Dory hides and you have to find her. Regardless of whether you click or not, or tap or not if you're on your iPhone, Dory still acts as if you ''did''.

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* In one online ad for [[WesternAnimation/FindingDory Dory]] toys at Target Dory hides and you have to find her. Regardless of whether you click or not, or tap or not if you're on your iPhone, Phone, Dory still acts as if you ''did''.
4th Sep '17 8:13:05 AM lalaTKG
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You're absolutely right, it means that anything the audience does have no effect on the program!

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You're absolutely right, it means that anything the audience does have has no effect on the program!
26th Jul '17 9:41:23 AM Axelmania
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26th Jul '17 9:40:03 AM Axelmania
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* On ''WesternAnimation/WallyKazam'', Wally will quiz viewers on things such as what word starts with a particular sound.

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* On ''WesternAnimation/WallyKazam'', Wally will quiz viewers on things such as what word starts with a particular sound. Overall this is done far smoother and less often than in Dora, making it more enjoyable to watch.



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22nd Jul '17 6:15:53 AM Sakubara
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* ''Anime/TrainingWithHinako'' is (in)famous as at attempt targeted towards the older {{Otaku}} crowd with the intent for them to act as companionship with stuff like [[WorkoutFanservice training]], sleeping, and [[FuroScene bathing]] in the most {{Fanservice}}y possible. It was also one of [[AllMenArePerverts the best selling OVAs in Japan at the time of release, being sold out rather quickly]].

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* ''Anime/TrainingWithHinako'' is (in)famous as at an attempt at this targeted towards the older {{Otaku}} crowd with the intent for them to act as companionship with stuff like [[WorkoutFanservice training]], sleeping, [[BeautifulDreamer sleeping]], and [[FuroScene bathing]] in the most {{Fanservice}}y possible. It was also one of [[AllMenArePerverts the best selling OVAs in Japan at the time of release, being sold out rather quickly]].
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