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17th Oct '17 7:33:03 PM BNSF1995
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* Averted and then some with Meg on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Two episodes, "Back to the Pilot" and "Yug Ylimaf" revisited the show's first season, but not only did they continue to use Creator/LaceyChabert's dialogue rather than Mila Kunis, but they even had Chabert return to record ''new'' dialogue as well.

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* Averted and then some with Meg on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Two episodes, "Back to the Pilot" and "Yug Ylimaf" revisited the show's first season, but not only did they continue to use Creator/LaceyChabert's dialogue rather than Mila Kunis, but they even had Chabert return to record ''new'' dialogue as well. The latter episode even ''lampshades'' this.
11th Oct '17 5:42:33 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', Bruce has a picture of his lost love Rachel Dawes. The picture is of MaggieGyllenhaal (''Film/TheDarkKnight'') rather than Creator/KatieHolmes (''Film/BatmanBegins'').

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* In ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', Bruce has a picture of his lost love Rachel Dawes. The picture is of MaggieGyllenhaal Creator/MaggieGyllenhaal (''Film/TheDarkKnight'') rather than Creator/KatieHolmes (''Film/BatmanBegins'').
24th Sep '17 2:17:03 AM CrankyStorming
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* WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, in terms of settings: in real life, James Rolfe presumably moved into a family house with his wife, so the room where he does his reviews switched from an apartment to a basement. in one episode, Kyle Justin guest stars, and there are flashbacks of him writing down parts of the AVGN's rants hiding behind the couch. the rants in question came from reviews filmed in the old apartment, but you can clearly see that it's the basement that Kyle is in.
* ''WebVideo/SomeJerkWithACamera'' parodied the ''Back To The Future'' example once by re-recording his encounter with Music/TheGreatLukeSki, replacing the puppet with [[spoiler:the same puppet, but wearing an Elizabeth Shue mask]].

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* WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'', in terms of settings: in real life, James Rolfe presumably moved into a family house with his wife, so the room where he does his reviews switched from an apartment to a basement. in one episode, Kyle Justin guest stars, and there are flashbacks of him writing down parts of the AVGN's rants hiding behind the couch. the rants in question came from reviews filmed in the old apartment, but you can clearly see that it's the basement that Kyle is in.
* ''WebVideo/SomeJerkWithACamera'' parodied the ''Back To The Future'' example once by re-recording his encounter with Music/TheGreatLukeSki, replacing the puppet with [[spoiler:the same puppet, but wearing an Elizabeth Elisabeth Shue mask]].
24th Sep '17 2:16:36 AM CrankyStorming
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* ''WebVideo/SomeJerkWithACamera'' parodied the ''Back To The Future'' example once by re-recording his encounter with Music/TheGreatLukeSki, replacing the puppet with [[spoiler:the same puppet, but wearing an Elizabeth Shue mask]].
14th Sep '17 11:25:23 AM Kadorhal
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* ''VideoGame//MetalGear'':

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* ''VideoGame//MetalGear'':''VideoGame/MetalGear'':
14th Sep '17 1:04:11 AM Kadorhal
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* Rukia's flashback with her days of training with Kaien Shiba in ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' was first seen in Episode 49. Then Kaien comes back in another form nearly 100 episodes later, This is all fine and well in the Japanese version where Creator/ToshihikoSeki reprises his role as Kaien...but Kaien's original dub voice actor, Kim Strauss, had left the show at this point. As a result, Dave Mallow was given the role (Strauss' other role; [[WolfMan Sajin Komamura]] was also recast with J.B. Blanc) and when it came time for the flashbacks, Strauss' dialogue was dubbed over by Mallow.

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* Rukia's flashback with her days of training with Kaien Shiba in ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' was first seen in Episode 49. Then Kaien comes back in another form nearly 100 episodes later, This is all fine and well in the Japanese version where Creator/ToshihikoSeki reprises his role as Kaien...but Kaien's original dub voice actor, Kim Strauss, had left the show at this point. As a result, Dave Mallow was given the role (Strauss' other role; role, [[WolfMan Sajin Komamura]] Komamura]], was also recast with J.B. Blanc) and when it came time for the flashbacks, Strauss' dialogue was dubbed over by Mallow.



* ''Franchise/MetalGear'':

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* ''Franchise/MetalGear'':''VideoGame//MetalGear'':



** After this, it was odd when it was averted (after a fashion) in ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes]]''[='=]s "Déjà Vu" storyline, in which Kazuhira Miller's [[BadBadActing horrible impersonations]] are clearly based on the [=PlayStation=] voice cast. He affects Greg Eagles's distinctive accent and delivery when warning Snake about the mines, and performs Snake's line from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' in a clear imitation of Creator/DavidHayter's voice (when Snake had been recast with Creator/KieferSutherland in ''Ground Zeroes''). He also performs Naomi and Psycho Mantis with the accents they had in the [=PS1=] version which were removed in ''The Twin Snakes'', and in the quiz at the end he performs Ocelot with the gravellier tone that he'd had in he original.

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** After this, it was odd when it was averted (after a fashion) in ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes]]''[='=]s ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVGroundZeroes''[='=]s "Déjà Vu" storyline, in which Kazuhira Miller's [[BadBadActing horrible impersonations]] are clearly based on the [=PlayStation=] voice cast. He affects Greg Eagles's distinctive accent and delivery when warning Snake about the mines, and performs Snake's line from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' in a clear imitation of Creator/DavidHayter's voice (when Snake had been recast with Creator/KieferSutherland in ''Ground Zeroes''). He also performs Naomi and Psycho Mantis with the accents they had in the [=PS1=] version which were removed in ''The Twin Snakes'', and in the quiz at the end he performs Ocelot with the gravellier tone that he'd had in he original.
12th Sep '17 11:01:22 AM PhantomDusclops92
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** Played straight in the Italian dub, with Claudio Moneta and Federico Zanandrea doing Goku and Freezer in flashbacks instead of recycling Paolo Torrisi and Gianfranco Gamba's lines.

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** Played straight in the Italian dub, with Claudio Moneta Moneta, Luigi Scribani and Federico Zanandrea doing Goku Goku, Crillin and Freezer in flashbacks instead of recycling Paolo Torrisi Torrisi, Marcella Silvestri and Gianfranco Gamba's lines.


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* Averted and played straight in the Italian dub of a pair of Season 3 episodes of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'': In the episodes "Garage Sale" and "Bottle Episode" the flashbacks featuring songs keep the original audio featuring Mino Caprio as Cyborg, while the non-singing ones are redubbed with Luigi Ferraro's voice.
12th Aug '17 9:47:13 AM MisterCPC
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* Averted and then some with Meg on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Two episodes, "Back to the Pilot" and "Yug Ylimaf" revisited the show's first season, but not only did they continue to use Creator/LaceyChabert's dialogue rather than Mila Kunis, but they even had Chabert record ''new'' dialogue as well.

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* Averted and then some with Meg on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Two episodes, "Back to the Pilot" and "Yug Ylimaf" revisited the show's first season, but not only did they continue to use Creator/LaceyChabert's dialogue rather than Mila Kunis, but they even had Chabert return to record ''new'' dialogue as well.
12th Aug '17 9:46:36 AM MisterCPC
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* Averted with Meg on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Two episodes, "Back to the Pilot" and "Yug Ylimaf" revisited the show's first season, but continued to use Creator/LaceyChabert's dialogue rather than Mila Kunis.

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* Averted and then some with Meg on ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Two episodes, "Back to the Pilot" and "Yug Ylimaf" revisited the show's first season, but continued not only did they continue to use Creator/LaceyChabert's dialogue rather than Mila Kunis.Kunis, but they even had Chabert record ''new'' dialogue as well.
27th Jun '17 11:39:38 AM MisterCPC
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* Averted in the ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'' episode "Blast from the Past." It was a clip show flashing back to events of the first season. For the new material, Krang's regular voice actor Pat Fraley was unavailable and Townsend Coleman was filling in, but the clips used the original audio which included Fraley's dialogue as Krang.

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* Averted in the ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987'' episode "Blast from the Past." It Past," which was a clip show flashing back to events of the first season. For the new material, Krang's regular voice actor Pat Fraley was unavailable and Townsend Coleman was filling in, but the clips used the original audio which included Fraley's dialogue as Krang.
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