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16th Sep '17 12:57:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': In a ChristmasEpisode, the [[JesusChrist lonely birthday boy]] was singing "Happy Birthday to Me".

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': In a ChristmasEpisode, the [[JesusChrist [[UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} lonely birthday boy]] was singing "Happy Birthday to Me".
9th Sep '17 3:49:54 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Podcast/HowDidThisGetMade?'' the team is speculating about an imagined version of ''Film/FromJustinToKelly'' which used entirely public domain songs, singing various {{Standard Snippet}}s to each other in overwrought ''AmericanIdol''-style oversinging – "oooOOooh, country 'tiiIIIIiis of theeee…". June-Diane then sings the first line of "Happy Birthday", prompting both Paul and Jason to yell at her for bankrupting the show.

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* In ''Podcast/HowDidThisGetMade?'' the team is speculating about an imagined version of ''Film/FromJustinToKelly'' which used entirely public domain songs, singing various {{Standard Snippet}}s to each other in overwrought ''AmericanIdol''-style ''Series/AmericanIdol''-style oversinging – "oooOOooh, country 'tiiIIIIiis of theeee…". June-Diane then sings the first line of "Happy Birthday", prompting both Paul and Jason to yell at her for bankrupting the show.
17th Jun '17 12:05:42 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' episode "The Gift" is about Darwin and Gumball trying to find the right gift for Masami's birthday. When she says she just wants her friends to sing "Happy Birthday", the two try to oblige but get tackled by the police ([[LeaningOnTheFourthWall for unrelated reasons]]), and the episode ends.
18th May '17 3:07:36 PM Redhead64
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* Fifteen years before the song became public domain, ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' had an episode[[note]] "Sleight of Hare", the second segment of "You Asked For It" [[/note]] actually ''use'' the tune at Monty's birthday party. {{Justified}} as the show was by Warner Bros., which held the rights to the song at the time.

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* Fifteen Twenty-five years before the song became public domain, ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' had an episode[[note]] "Sleight of Hare", the second segment of "You Asked For It" [[/note]] actually ''use'' the tune at Monty's birthday party. {{Justified}} as the show was by Warner Bros., Creator/WarnerBros, which held the rights to the song at the time.
18th May '17 3:04:52 PM Redhead64
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* Fifteen years before the song became public domain, ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' had an episode[[note]] "Sleight of Hare", the second segment of "You Asked For It" [[/note]] actually ''use'' the tune at Monty's birthday party. {{Justified}} as the show was by Warner Bros., which held the rights to the song at the time.
11th Apr '17 6:56:31 PM mimitchi33
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* ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' has the Unbirthday Song serve this purpose.
11th Apr '17 6:54:28 PM mimitchi33
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** There is a Simpsons comic book issue in which Homer and his pals became volunteer firefighters, and when they realized they couldn't do anything when a fair caught on fire, Ralph comes up with an idea to put out the fire, by ''singing the birthday song and blowing it out like birthday candles''. The whole cast begins to sing the song, but then the Blue-Haired Lawyer comes in warning them about the royalties of the song they'd need to pay to sing it before he passes out from the smoke. So Lisa writes up a new unique birthday song ("…pleasant birthday to that person, we're glad you're not dead!") and then they all blow on the fire, which ''actually extinguishes the blaze!''

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** There is a In the Simpsons comic book issue "Hotfoot in which the Park", Homer and his pals became volunteer firefighters, and when firefighters. When they realized they couldn't do anything when a fair caught on fire, Ralph comes up with an idea to put out the fire, by ''singing the birthday song and blowing it out like birthday candles''. The whole cast begins to sing the song, but then the Blue-Haired Lawyer comes in warning them about the royalties of the song they'd need to pay to sing it before he passes out from the smoke. So Lisa writes up a new unique birthday song ("…pleasant birthday to that person, we're glad you're not dead!") and then they all blow on the fire, which ''actually extinguishes the blaze!''
9th Apr '17 6:49:31 PM nombretomado
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** ''Zoku SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' gets away with a GratuitousEnglish version of the song, too.

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** ''Zoku SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' Anime/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' gets away with a GratuitousEnglish version of the song, too.
24th Jan '17 2:33:30 PM dsneybuf
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When Michelle sings "Happy Birthday" to herself in the ''Webcomic/ScrambledEggs'' comic "Leap of Doom," she uses the lyrics for the ThisLoserIsYou version. (Happy birthday to you, you live in a zoo…)

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* When Michelle sings "Happy Birthday" to herself in the ''Webcomic/ScrambledEggs'' comic "Leap of Doom," she uses the lyrics for the ThisLoserIsYou version. (Happy birthday to you, you live in a zoo…)
24th Jan '17 2:33:00 PM dsneybuf
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When Michelle sings "Happy Birthday" to herself in the ''Webcomic/ScrambledEggs'' comic "Leap of Doom," she uses the lyrics for the ThisLoserIsYou version. (Happy birthday to you, you live in a zoo…)



* When Michelle sings "Happy Birthday" to herself in the ''[[Website/PlatypusComix Scrambled Eggs]]'' comic "Leap of Doom," she uses the lyrics for the ThisLoserIsYou version. (Happy birthday to you, you live in a zoo…)
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