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31st May '17 6:18:28 PM TomWalpertac2
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLionKing'':

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLionKing'': [[https://twitter.com/FascinatingVids/status/870021353977647105 This tweet]] is a video of bloopers (Presumably from the [=DVD=]) from the cast of ''WesternAnimation/TheLionKing'' while they were recording that they later animated.
31st May '17 6:14:32 PM TomWalpertac2
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17th Apr '17 5:24:40 PM nombretomado
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* WebVideo/EpicMealTime had two videos with outtakes so far, but one was included as [[TheSting a stinger]]:

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* WebVideo/EpicMealTime had two videos with outtakes so far, but one was included as [[TheSting [[Film/TheSting a stinger]]:
18th Mar '17 8:17:59 PM C2
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18koUcXnIFs The Burger King Whopper Commercial]] featuring [[TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]]. Nuff said.
18th Mar '17 7:56:12 PM C2
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* ''Disney/TheLionKing'' Diamond Edition Blu-Ray includes animated outtakes featuring audio of actual flubs the voice actors performed.
** The original character animators even got to reanimate their scenes.



* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9DcLABeX0Y The blooper reel]] for ''Disney/BrotherBear''. Try to watch 1:19 without completely losing it.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9DcLABeX0Y The blooper reel]] for ''Disney/BrotherBear''. Try to watch 1:19 without completely losing it.
18th Mar '17 7:34:32 PM C2
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* ''Anime/FinalFantasyTheSpiritsWithin'' has a hilarious fake gag reel on the DVD release, including such gems as Gray stumbling and "accidentally" shooting Aki.
** As well as the cast performing the [[Music/MichaelJackson Thriller]] dance.
* ''Barbie in a Mermaid Tale'' abused the hell out of this for the DVD release: it features outtakes for ''scenes that don't even appear elsewhere on the DVD''.
** All the recent ''Barbie'' movies abuse this one. Unfortunately, they're really animated in the exact same way as the rest of the movie, which ruins the humour (Worse, the "jokes" rarely make any form of sense; they're often clips of the ridiculously hyperintelligent animals dancing around).
* For its CGI-animation feature ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife'', {{Creator/Pixar}} had the actors record new dialogue as if the characters were messing up their lines or breaking character (see AnimatedActors). They later did the same with ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' and ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'' -- Disney even removed the outtakes from ''Monsters, Inc.'', then put them in after the film had been out for three weeks, to incite audiences to go see it again. After a while, Pixar decided they were in danger of falling into formula, so they did away with the outtakes, starting with ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo''. Information[[note]]and videos[[/note]] on these outtakes can be viewed [[http://pixar.wikia.com/Outtakes here]].



* ''WesternAnimation/JonahAVeggieTalesMovie'' has animated bloopers on the DVD bonus content, which makes sense with the series sense of the different characters being actors in the main series. Notable ones include [[AnachronismStew a plane passing above ancient Israel]], Larryboy being on the clothesline that snags the van, Junior and Laura {{Corpsing}} when they should have been arguing, and Jonah falling off a cliff [[spoiler:but luckily he landed in the safety net]]. There's also an EasterEgg video exclusively of different lines for the talking Jonah plush toy.
-->''"[[Series/SesameStreet Tickle Me Prophet! Tickle Me Prophet!]]"''



* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCowMcWipwk A "blooper reel"]] exists for ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames''. Highlights include Fluttershy [[BagOfHolding fitting a ridiculous number of animals in her backpack]], Principal Cinch indulging in SwivelChairAntics, and Rainbow Dash going flying with her pony counterpart.
** [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4zfrl0 They made another one]] for ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsLegendOfEverfree''. Alongside the usual assortment of bungled lines, it features Timber Spruce in Groucho glasses, Pinkie going on a tangent as to how to pronounce the past tense of "glow", a cameo by Maud Pie (and Boulder), and Sunset taking another trip to "Pinkie-Land".
* The end credits of ''Stand By Me Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' feature a reel that mostly consists of slapstick mishaps, since it silently played over the ending song. One scene involving the title character coming out of his portal drawer apparently took 50 takes.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCowMcWipwk A "blooper reel"]] exists for ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames''. Highlights include Fluttershy [[BagOfHolding fitting a ridiculous number of animals in her backpack]], Principal Cinch indulging in SwivelChairAntics, and Rainbow Dash going flying with her pony counterpart.
** [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4zfrl0 They made another one]] for ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsLegendOfEverfree''. Alongside the usual assortment of bungled lines, it features Timber Spruce in Groucho glasses, Pinkie going on a tangent as to how to pronounce the past tense of "glow", a cameo by Maud Pie (and Boulder), and Sunset taking another trip to "Pinkie-Land".
* The end credits of ''Stand By Me Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' feature a reel that mostly consists of slapstick mishaps, since it silently played over the ending song. One scene involving the title character coming out of his portal drawer apparently took 50 takes.



* In 1938, as part of Warner Brothers' annual in-house gag reel, Creator/BobClampett lovingly animated [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Porky Pig]] hitting his thumb [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgBABP2sg2k with a hammer]]:
-->'''Porky Pig:''' Son of a bi...bi...son of a bi...bi...son of a bi..bi...''[[LastSecondWordSwap gun]]''. Ha, ha, ha! You thought I was gonna say "Son of a ''bitch''", didn't you?
** There's also the short cartoon ''Blooper Bunny'', which is mostly made up of outtakes from Bugs Bunny's "[[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xftc07_blooper-bunny-bugs-bunny-s-51-1-2-anniversary-spectacular_shortfilms 51 ½th birthday celebration]]". One of the [[CrowningMomentOfFunny funniest moments]] comes from Daffy Duck. After berating Elmer Fudd for one screwup, he slams into a loose floorboard:
--->'''Bugs:''' Ehhh...NOW can we cut?\\
'''Daffy Duck:''' You smug son of a... ''[[CurseCutShort (DIRECTOR CUTS)]]''
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9pKxIh15Hk This promo]] for ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' shows [[AnimatedActors an "outtake"]] where Drakken goes off-script to improvise, gettting into an argument with Shego while Kim tries to encourage them back to work.
* There was an "outtake" in ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' where Luanne's breasts popped out of her shirt [covered with a black bar] as she was talking to Hank in the alley, which prompted everyone to laugh, and Hank said, "Come on, Luanne; you already got the job."
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' had Henry and June show a outtake reel, though they were all of Henry. June finds it funny, but then trips as she's going to turn the page (due to her clumsiness).
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'' episode "Crouching Jimmy, Hidden Sheen" has a blooper reel at the end.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' musical "School's Out" has a blooper reel with the characters on the DVD.
* The first ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'' movie "Is It Fall Yet?" has these comprised of still photos, featuring such hilarious moments as [[SadistTeacher Mr. [=DeMartino=]'s]] [[EyeScream bulging eye coming completely out of its socket]] and [[OutOfCharacterMoment Daria and Jane posing seductively on Tom's car]].
* ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheSecretDoor'' has some right [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7e91uuZ-PA here]]. Special mention goes to the "Alexa opens the door" gags. Many other Franchise/{{Barbie}} movies feature these as well.
* The first episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewSchool'' has TheStinger be an outtake where Malina is holding the wrong item.
-->'''Kuzco:''' It's supposed to be a ''scroll'', not ''squirrel''. PROPS!
* ''WesternAnimation/TheProudFamily'' has some at the end of the episode "The Legend of Johnny Lovely".
20th Feb '17 9:16:18 AM DanielCase
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Note that outtakes are not the same as deleted scenes: while outtakes consist of mistakes and flubbed lines, deleted scenes are removed from the final print for pacing or running time issues or because they either fall flat or simply don't add enough to the work to justify including them. However, it is common for the term "outtake" to be used to describe deleted scenes, and not uncommon for bloopers and genuine deleted scenes to be mixed together. A bunch of bloopers together are usually called a "blooper reel". A "gag reel" is similar, but usually is mostly the cast and crew goofing off. There is no hard definition, though, and the two terms are often used interchangeably. DVD Bonus Content will sometimes call what is a blooper reel a gag reel, and vice versa.

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Note that outtakes are not the same as deleted scenes: while outtakes consist of mistakes and flubbed lines, deleted scenes are removed from the final print for pacing or running time issues or because they either fall flat or simply don't add enough to the work to justify including them. However, it is common for the term "outtake" to be used to describe deleted scenes, and not uncommon for bloopers and genuine deleted scenes to be mixed together. A bunch of bloopers together are usually called a "blooper reel".reel", [[ArtifactTitle even today when they were recorded digitally]]. A "gag reel" is similar, but usually is mostly the cast and crew goofing off. There is no hard definition, though, and the two terms are often used interchangeably. DVD Bonus Content will sometimes call what is a blooper reel a gag reel, and vice versa.
17th Feb '17 8:01:01 AM rjd1922
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* Spoofed in VisualNovel/PlumbersDontWearTies. In one scene, John says "searching for me," when he should have said "searching for you." & they all start laughing. JamesRolfe [[note]]aka WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd[[/note]] even comments, in his review, that it was a "intake of an outtake."

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* Spoofed in VisualNovel/PlumbersDontWearTies.''VisualNovel/PlumbersDontWearTies''. In one scene, John says "searching for me," when he should have said "searching for you." & they all start laughing. JamesRolfe Creator/JamesRolfe [[note]]aka WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd[[/note]] even comments, in his review, that it was a "intake of an outtake."


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* The [=PS2=] version of ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' had some DummiedOut voice lines like this, put to video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09pIWNW1o3w here]].
5th Feb '17 3:41:06 PM WolfThunder
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* ''Series/{{Psych}}'' has the infamous "Psych-outs" at the end of nearly episode. And they're hilarious. Check out [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtHmVr_tdQM "Maneater"]], for example.
** Plus a main gag reel on the DVD, including this gem in Season 1:
-->'''Director:''' James?
-->'''James Roday:''' Yessir.
-->'''Director:''' Don't fuck this up.
-->'''James Roday:''' Copy that.
* The latter ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|2003}}'' has a blooper reel for every season. Highlights include Lucy Lawless' (Three's) "Yeah, why don't you put ''that'' on your perv tape?", Force Blows during the boxing ring scenes, and "Baltar's Basestar".
-->'''Kandyse [=McClure=] (as Anastasia "Dee" Dualla):''' Oh, I'm getting a headrush.\\
'''Katee Sackoff (as Kara "Starbuck" Thrace):''' From breathing? I've been I've been doing that for a whole fuckin' episode! Feel like I've been sucking on nitrites. ''(in a silly voice)'' Not that I would know what that's like.
** A blooper tape from the 1970s show made the rounds at sci-fi conventions throughout the 1980s. A poor quality version (not that the original was high quality to start with) is on Youtube, seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UShnyQK8aas& here.]]
* ''Series/ICarly'': "iBloop", entirely dedicated to the bloopers and outtakes of the cast throughout the series.
** ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' has an episode called "Blooptorious" like this that does the same thing.
* ''Series/ABitOfFryAndLaurie'' has a parody [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2un9rO2ZF4g sketch]] where Fry presents some "classic" bloopers. One features Laurie on a dull 1970s 'Open University' style nerdy educational show, dressed as a mathematician, reciting a long and complex formula. At some point, Fry (the 'director') shouts cut and points out his 'hilarious' blooper- inverting two digits. The two spend the next three minutes laughing helplessly, before taking us back to Fry, still wiping his eyes laughing.
** Their sketch "Sound Name" has a fake Outtake. Hugh Laurie's character's surname is spelled N-I-P-P-L-hypen-E, but pronounced by dropping a cigarette lighter (it makes sense in context). His address is given as a tap-dance, followed by slapping Stephen Fry's character's face. Fry increasingly 'mispronounces' it, ending with hitting Laurie with a cricket bat, much to Laurie's annoyance. Fry replies in character, Laurie has (apparently) broken it, replying "Never mind the frigging sketch, that HURT!"
* Creator/StephenFry, star of ''Fry and Laurie'' and host of ''Series/{{QI}}'', has a reputation for being well spoken and articulate... which makes it all the more hilarious when he gets it wrong. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUVBXb4XIqE "They say of the Acropolis, where the Parthenon is..."]]
** "Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight!"
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYuxqFeVrQk "Jack bites Mel, and so on." "...Sue."]]
* When filming ''Series/{{Bottom}}'', Rik Mayall would respond to a flubbed take by breaking character and offering a greeting to Denis Norden, the host of ITV's bloopers show ''It'll be Alright on the Night''. At least one of these takes, involving a necklace that refused to fasten, was actually used in an episode of ''It'll be Alright on the Night''.
* The host of [[Creator/{{CNN}} CNN's]] ''Anderson Cooper 360'' has had at least two times while doing the 'Ridiculist' segment of his show (where he tries to take the edge off the normally serious tone of news broadcasting with more lighthearted stories) where he has become so overcome with laughter at some of the wording of the stories that he was left "giggling like a schoolgirl" as Anderson himself put it for several minutes on live television. Said outbursts were later featured in subsequent 'Ridiculist' segments.
* On ''Series/TheDailyShow'', outtakes are often [[ThrowItIn left in]] for extra comic value -- particularly corpsing. Probably the most famous example involves then-correspondent Creator/StephenColbert, a [[http://thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/1gonk2/prince-charles-scandal report]] on rumors about Prince Charles' sexuality, [[EroticEating and a banana]].
** Also, [[http://thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/9qj7jv/the-new-iraq a report]] on looting in Baghdad where Colbert got through a bunch of long, complicated names and messed up on an easy word. Jon: "I believe our correspondent in Baghdad is giving me the finger!"
** To their credit, ''Series/TheDailyShow'''s correspondents have become almost entirely unflappable.
** ''Series/TheColbertReport'' has its fair share of these moments as well, including the "Filliam H. Muffman" bit, which Colbert apparently found unusually funny, since he kept breaking down laughing for the rest of [[http://www.cc.com/video-clips/wpi1k4/the-colbert-report-stephen-s-laws-of-love the segment]].
** One of the best Colbert moments came recently during a Cheating Death segment where he actually shoved a strip of tobacco product called Snus between his upper lip and gums to demonstrate how to use it. Unfortunately, he didn't know this would make his lips numb and cause him to flub a line ''several times in a row'' until he flat out broke down from laughter. Its gloriousness can be [[http://www.cc.com/video-clips/22jcm5/the-colbert-report-cheating-death---snus---placebo-effect here]].
** There was also one time from ''The Colbert Report'' when Stephen Colbert forgets the title of his own show during the intro.
** [[http://thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/5ownbt/britain-s-fallen-soldiers One clip]] involved a number of (fictional) deceased British soldiers with UnfortunateNames - the names were read out by a totally straight-faced John Oliver while Jon Stewart wept with laughter. He later explained that the names [[EnforcedMethodActing had been changed since rehearsal]].
** Steve Carell made Stewart break apart when he [[http://thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/dz4o0c/slimming-down-with-steve---nutrition ate a big spoonful of Crisco on camera]]. [[ItMakesSenseInContext It made sense in context]], but Stewart was expecting him to use vanilla ice cream as a substitute.
** [[http://thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/v1f35q/new-florida-ballot the Ta-da Ballot]].
** In [[http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/127755/october-31-2007/hallo-weening this Colbert Report]] clip, Stephen arms and places a mousetrap on his desk for [[ItMakesSenseInContext perfectly logical reasons.]] [[http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/127665/october-31-2007/obama-s-grit-off-challenge In this clip,]] he [[HilarityEnsues forgets that it's there]].
** In one episode, Colbert pretends to feed a puppy into a wood chipper. The dog doesn't much like the [[http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/375207/february-23-2011/bust-in-show?xrs=share_copy special effects set up to simulate the event]].
** After people started donating money to his Super PAC, Colbert ran a crawl of names of people who donated, including one in particular that leads to [[http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/393971/august-04-2011/colbert-super-pac---the-heroes-respond a joke that causes Colbert to lose all composure.]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3adKRTGzD0I This]] collection of outtakes from the second new series of ''Series/DoctorWho'' contains a few obviously staged ones among the genuine screw-ups, including a CG werewolf face-palming when his actor misses his mark, a man in a Cyberman suit (complete with electronic voice) asking a bystander how to get to the BBC and then running away while pretending to fly, and a computer generated bat-monster crashing into a wall. There's also an long, obviously staged montage of Cybermen in a playground, playing soccer and dancing.
** In one scene of "Human Nature/Family of Blood", Martha fast-forwards through a video containing instructions from the Doctor. Since it doesn't really matter what the Doctor says, David Tennant ad-libs...[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGG0RSgJT1I this]].
** The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaWGyOwNIC0 outtakes]] from series five include River Song helpfully informing us that "Whatever becomes an angel, is an angel", Creator/MattSmith getting interrupted by "Dalek birds", and also accidentally locking himself out of the TARDIS prop (this last blooper actually comes from the companion behind-the-scenes show ''Doctor Who Confidential'').
** Outtakes for "The Five Doctors" feature such highlights as a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaXFqLn6Qaw foul-mouthed Dalek]] and an [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYwiOekvOrM even fouler-mouthed]] Creator/PeterDavison.
** In the 1960s, videotape was a fairly new technology, and so editing it was very hard and time-consuming. Therefore, many videotaped programmes tried to keep editing to a minimum. This led to some quite amusing results in the first 6 seasons of Doctor Who, with bloopers that actually made it to the broadcast program. For example, William Hartnell (the First Doctor) warning Ian, Barbara, and Vicki in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E8TheChase ''The Chase'']] that they could "end up as a couple of burnt cinders flying around in spain...er, in space".
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E5TheWebPlanet "The Web Planet"]] included gems such as a Zarbi smashing right into the camera at one point. And at another, when Ian and the Doctor are stuck inside the TARDIS without power and try to open the door, the Doctor's reply to Ian asking him how do they open it: lots of mumbling and "uh"s, followed by him showing Ian a small metal object in his palm and saying cunningly "This is not merely a decorative object...". The confused expression on William Russell (Ian)'s behalf was probably didn't require any acting whatsoever...
** The scene in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E4TheTimeOfAngels "The Time Of Angels"]] where a handle comes off in Matt Smith's hand was originally an out-take incorporated and redone for the show.
* ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' had some particularly hilarious outtakes. For example, in the episode "The Message" there was originally a scene where the camera was centered over the body of a man whose recorded voice was delivering his last words, and the camera would rotate to show each member of the cast as they listened to the message. Nathan Fillion chose to play around, and as the camera slowly turned, he would run from his current position all the way around to the next actor in line; the unedited version of this scene thus showed his character standing next to ''everyone'' as the scene played out...including, when it reached the end, lying in the coffin with the corpse! Other pranks on the blooper reel include Nathan Fillion, Gina Torres, and Adam Baldwin singing "How Much is That Geisha in the Window?" and one scene where everyone wore fake mustaches.
** Then, of course, there are the outtakes for ''Film/{{Serenity}}'', which include Nathan Fillion shouting "TRAP!" at the top of his voice, and, at some point, sneaking into the shot of someone else's scene and whispering "I'm on TV", at which point you hear someone shout "It's a movie!"
** '''"Summeeeer!"''': During the last episode of the TV series, "Objects In Space", the final scene was a very long single take showing all the characters coming to grips with the events of the episode. Because it involved a lot of precise timing, when someone screwed up, the ''entire scene'' had to be reshot. Inevitably, the actors in the beginning of the shot had to repeat their scenes a lot. As River and Kaylee's scene was last, played by Creator/SummerGlau and Jewel Staite respectively, when one of them screwed up the scene, the other actors would get ''frustrated''. When Summer continually botched her scene, Nathan Fillion took to shouting '''"Summmeeeer!"''' from the other part of the set in mock anger. After Fillion botched his scene, he still shouted'''"Summmeeeer!"''' When the movie was released later, the joke continued: when Fillion and Morrena Baccarin screwed up a shot, they can be continually heard to mutter "Summer!" angrily. (Semi-related, many bloopers involved actors accidentally referring to River as "Summer".)
** The outtakes of Harken's interview with Wash from "Bushwhacked". If you didn't think that he went back and [[TooMuchInformation edited Wash's interview]] before:
--->'''Alan:''' I remember when I first met Zoe. I had a rash. ''(cut)'' There's no place on that woman I wouldn't put my tongue. ''(cut)'' I wasn't into hairy women when I met Zoe, but she brought me around on a lot of things. ''(cut)'' I'm a leg man from way back. Patricia Grassante when I was 13, first year I had "hair down there", if you know what I'm talking about. ''(cut)'' I'm ambidextrous, which was really came in handy right around twelve, thirteen. ''(cut)'' I'm not a big guy, but I'm lithe. ''(cut)'' I'm ''wirey'', and I'll-I'll surprise you. I could take you. ''(cut)'' Are you wearing a perfume? ''(cut)'' Are you close with women?
** We must be mistaken about this, because as Nathan Fillion will tell you on the DVD set, Firefly's actors are "always deadly serious and never make mistakes. [[IsThisThingStillOn Now how do you turn this fucking thing off?!]]"
* Alton Brown, on a couple of episodes of ''Series/GoodEats'', has included outtakes over the closing credits.
* The early seasons of ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' include these. One episode in the final season was a whole behind-the-scenes episode which featured some of the actors' outtakes.
* ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' would end each episode with several outtakes by the characters, and usually, one "outtake" by the animated character.
* A vast majority of the ''Series/{{NUMB3RS}}'' outtakes involve Charlie's actor messing up a line and letting out a stream of curses. Once, however, he stepped right into the koi pond -- which is apparently deeper than it looks.
* ''Series/TheOfficeUS'' has a gargantuan 20-minute blooper reel on its season 4 DVD.
-->"You are so little and petite, but to me you are extra, extra sweet. ''(pause)'' You're evil... like a ''hobbit''." ''(John Krasinski loses it)''
** That particular reel has a few [[CrowningMomentofFunny Crowning Moments of Funny]]; in one, Michael is about to announce something to the office. Instead of his usual droll voice, Stanley gets up and energetically says "We get to go home!", which sends the rest of the cast into a minute-long fit of laughter, with Michael's reaction being particularly hilarious. In the other Michael delivers the bad news about ordering from a bad pizza place... and the office collapses into exaggerated overblown hysterics with Oscar spasming on the floor, John Krasinski/Jim play-fighting with Ed Helms/Andy (and later Rainn Wilson/Dwight) and Creed running outside with a skateboard mixed among the entire cast screaming/moaning/banging on desks.
* ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' has a lot of funny ones, but one of the best involves [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6XCULhqw50 Chris Pratt and a briefcase, and it has to be seen to be believed.]]
** The gag reel also allows us to see the cast's original reactions to some of the improvised lines, like [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQhS2q7IHQM this one.]] Each and every person's reaction to that one is ''gold''.
* ''Peter Kay's PhoenixNights'' had many outtakes (one of the most shocking involves Kay narrowly missing getting fatally hit by a falling light that fell off only a few feet away from him as he lay on the ground) that were included on the DVD as well as being shown on Channel 4 during Peter Kay Night. The DVD of the second series has three different outtake reels, one focusing entirely on the characters Max and Paddy and another on a ''single scene'' involving Jim Bowen who constantly flubbed his lines.
* Seasons 3-6 of ''PowerRangers'' (''Mighty Morphin''' to ''In Space'') played bloopers during the end credits, sometimes with extra lines dubbed in. Post-season six, the bloopers were discarded in favor of Fox Kids advertisements, and Zord-forming sequences in current broadcasts, but returned in the ''[[Series/PowerRangersRPM RPM]]'' episode "And... Action!"
* ''Series/RedDwarf'' have made enough "Smeg Ups" to get two blooper reels. There are some bloody brilliant ones, "Stone..." and "Ohhh, Mr. Guitar!" being the most infamous.
** Chris Barrie forgets his lines and improvising "Lister, she's a computer spuh...puh...pussy" instead of "computer sprite".
** "...And when I catch up with him, I'm gonna cut off both his bollocks with me left hand! Fuck!"
*** For those playing at home, Craig Charles (delivering the line) was supposed to say "with a blunt knife." And waved his ''right'' hand, too.
** Chris Barrie as Kenneth Williams: "Oh matron, yes, yes. I gathered we had no sound, you see, so we have to do it again, yes. We now have sound, which is that knob-like thing up there, which you can't see, you see.
*** "I then order you to don my old space suit, the one with theeeeeeeeeeeeeeee oh matron, yes, I screwed the line!"
* Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's ''Series/TheOfficeUK'' and ''{{Series/Extras}}'' feature out-takes on the [=DVDs=], with the second series of ''The Office'' featuring a short opening with Ricky Gervais himself more or less mocking the concept ("Do you want to see some of the times where we fucked up?!"). The second series of ''Extras'' actually had a featurette "The Art of {{Corpsing}}" that looks at actors laughing during takes with more detail.
** And this is in addition to a regular blooper reel, plus additional outtakes strewn across episodic behind-the-scenes featurettes. Gervais himself explains that the actors felt there was no need to avoid corpsing when he himself did so blatantly and continually throughout the shoot. Several of the actors also comment on his tendency towards ''provoking'' them to corpse.
*** Indeed, he admits that he pretty much makes a game out of it, and tells a story about a scene with Ashley Jensen where he had the line, "I'm going to the Ivy." He told her beforehand that he was going to add a word onto the end of the line, and she expected it to be something ridiculous intended to put her off, but it turned out to be just "restaurant." So she laughed anyway because she knew he'd set her up, and he pretended to be bewildered while to the rest of the cast and crew it looked like she was laughing at a perfectly ordinary sentence, "I'm going to the Ivy Restaurant," for no reason. (As Steve Merchant points out, it's worth bearing in mind that it's ''his own show'' he's sabotaging in this way.)
*** He does the same thing to Martin Freeman in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vf100kkIm48 this clip]], in which Freeman complains belligerently that Gervais wants to see him, the more experienced of the two actors, mess up on set.
* The ''S Club'' franchise used these in later seasons.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'':
-->'''Amanda Tapping:''' You spend seven years on ''Series/MacGyver'' and you can't figure this one out? We...we've got belt buckles, and shoelaces and a piece of gum; build a nuclear reactor, for crying out loud. You used to be [=MacGyver=], [=MacGadget=], [=MacGimmick=]. Now you're Mister [=MacUseless=]. ''(crew & RDA start to laugh)'' Dear God! Stuck on a glacier with ''[=MacGyver=]''!
** Even funnier, toward the middle of this rant, Richard Dean Anderson -- who's had his back to us in the foreground for the beginning -- slowly turns to face the camera with a mock "You see the crap I have to put up with here?" look on his face.
** Worth noting that an ad-lib about ''[=MacGyver=]'' is what got her the part.
* As is the nature of improv, ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' has many HilariousOuttakes. Since the program tapes in four-hour blocks, they can edit some of the more flavorful ones out, but they will [[ThrowItIn keep many of them]] (and even have special "Too Hot for Whose Line" episodes with some).
** In particular, the infamous [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWyXZRYUU50 HORWARD]] song from the 100th episode, which features the cast attempting to sing a Village People style disco song when the synthesizer inexplicably doubles in speed.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24zJKFtpigo Here's]] some of the cast's many outtakes.
** From the British version, there's a rather infamous outtake where Tony Slattery splits his pants.
* ''Series/DarkShadows'' was infamous for this. The show's tight budget and hand-to-mouth shooting schedule rarely, if ever, allowed for second takes. The walls of the mansion wobbled if anyone brushed up against them, props failed, lines were flubbed, and ''[[ThrowItIn it was all broadcast]]''.
* ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' sold the Poopie tapes, two VHS tapes of bloopers. In many of the bloopers, the puppets stay in character, often when Servo's unattached head falls off. More minor, salvageable bloopers were usually [[ThrowItIn left in the show.]] One of the funniest ones was Joel managing to blow his line...which was literally ''one word''.
-->[as he's coming in holding '''waffles'''] Pancakes...oh, I blew it, I'm sorry.
* ''Series/NewZooRevue'' has a very infamous blooper reel too, in which Freddy the Frog tells Charlie the Owl to go fuck himself, and then goes on to call him a "faggot." Despite claiming this was based on just the one time he caught him with his cousin Orson, Freddy claims that Charlie wanted him for the whole series. And since it's all out, the two suited characters engage in homoerotic sexual activities. Anyways, you can check it out [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfxayTFX8qY here]].
* ''Password Plus'' and its infamous blooper episode, the outtake of which was actually retained on the episode itself. Tom Kennedy forgets to give a free guess when Dick Martin used an illegal clue ("You cannot give 'France' for 'French!'"), and hilarity ensues.
** ''Match Game''. Lovely "nipples." Full stop.
* ''Series/BlackBooks'' included outtakes on the [=DVDs=], including Dylan Moran messing up the line "This is my house! And while you're under my roof..." as "This is my roof! [pause] And I like it!"
** Dylan Moran, observing Tamsin Greig flubbing her lines, suddenly picks up a phone and shouts into it: "Martin, change the cast, CHANGE THE CAST! ''Every'' fuckin' week, in and out, ''every'' fuckin' week: scene one, ding-dong, turning up, "whoops, sorry"!"
** "Beans! No, I'm sorry, it's 'there' isn't it?"
*** Tamsin Greig "explains" this to the audience: "He was told ''twice'' to say the word "there", and the more they asked him to say "there" the more he wanted to say beans!"
* ''Star Trek'' has had scores during its run, but [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpd8Wd5nag4 this collection]] shows some of the best from ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration The Next Generation]]'', ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'', ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'', and ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'', especially:
-->'''Data:''' Captain, there was a programming malfunction --
-->'''Picard:''' You didn't bang [the door]...oh wait, he was not supposed to!
** In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32CD4UCDRqU these bloopers]] from [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries the original series]], we have such gems as Bones beseeching Kirk for a kiss, much walking into doors, and Spock ''smiling''.
*** There's one in another video which is both hilarious and heartwarming; Leonard Nimoy's kid walks onto the set and greets his father - wearing a pair of Vulcan ears. Whoever had the brilliant idea to do this earns all the free internets in the world.
*** The original series' blooper reels are arguably the most iconic such material of all time. They were edited together and played at the wrap party at the end of each season (along with other surprises), but then expected to never be seen again. But in fact they somehow got into the possession of happy fans some time in the 1970's when the show had really taken off in syndication and fans were thrilled to get ahold of ''anything'' related to the series. For several years they were the featured part of a travelling show that played at various colleges and theaters and would also feature bloopers from other 60's shows and commercials, vintage cartoons (the show would always end with a [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Looney Tune]] such as "WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck"), and various other film oddities like the infamous "Bambi Meets Godzilla." Notably, these shows gave ''HardwareWars'' its first wide exposure. Needless to say, the ''Star Trek'' people were not pleased, though they initially turned a blind eye and only started cracking down on the shows when the film fanchise started up.
*** The automatic sliding doors were a constant issue in all the incarnations of Star Trek, as it was more cost effective to have two crew members open the doors on cue... but they often missed their cues.
*** One moment from the ''Babylon 5'' blooper reel (more from that series below) referenced the sliding doors miscues of ''Trek'' when Majel Barrett Roddenberry walked into the doors of a transport tube. As the tech crew apologized for the mistake, she replied, "That's okay; I'm used to it."
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tev8Lnu3jPI A small set from Deep Space Nine]]
--->'''Q:''' What, you'll ravish me?... Ravish, I'm sorry...\\
'''Sisko:''' I might!
** Many ''[[Series/StarTrekVoyager Voyager]]'' bloopers can also be found, often in the same collections as the ''Deep Space Nine'' outtakes.
--->'''Chakotay:''' You're going to emit that tachyon ship, beam, ship it down to the ship, and we'll [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment ship]] it out of here."\\
'''Janeway:''' "Here goes!"\\
(Uncontrollable laughter)
** [[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]] had a blooper reel for every season, also included in the boxsets. Unlike all of the other bloopers described above, which were either bootlegged, unofficially shown at conventions, or shown during one-off TV specials, ''Enterprise'' is the only Trek series to actually have formal, authorized blooper reels created for the DVD sets. ScottBakula in particular would improv a completely silly line on the spot and deliver it deadpan if he forgot his line.
---> '''Archer:''' "I can't wait to see the look on the Admiral's face when he sees two Enterprises pulling into sickbay. *laughs* Sickbay? I don't think they'll fit." \\
'''Archer:''' "Do you hear something? *kneels on the floor* It's coming from under the deck plating, but every time I get close to it I have to start the scene over." (T'Pol breaks into laughter)\\
'''Archer:''' "How long until we have subspace... something, airspace, french fries, and cokes?
* ''Series/GossipGirl'' has surprisingly funny outtakes, largely due to Leighton Meester's adorable funny voices, Penn Badgley's caffeine addiction, the whole cast's apparent inability to take the show seriously, and the fact they all swear like sailors. In the Season 1 bloopers, there's a part where no one can remember ''Serena's'' name, not even [[Creator/BlakeLively the actress playing her]]!
* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' has eight huge 15-30 minute gag reels, one for every season (with the shortened seasons 1&2 combined). A large proportion of them involve the actors being unable to keep a straight face during the initial takes of the show's funnier scenes, most often at Michael Richards' various physical antics as Kramer. The fact that all the actors, particularly Jason Alexander, are major smartasses, and the fact that Julia Louis-Deyfus cannot stop laughing once she gets started, adds to the hilarity greatly. One of the most hilarious outtakes involves Wayne Knight (Newman) emitting a hilariously bizarre noise that was obviously intentional, but probably never heard in rehearsal. Seinfeld finds it so funny that he has to stagger off into his character's "bedroom" to laugh hysterically until he regains his composure.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qa9LNPwZIGA Dan Marino hates to screw up, on the football field, and in the studio.]]
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' has some excellent outtakes from Seasons [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M--WHTOLxLU One]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OU1j2AgN_fc Two]]
* Each season of ''Series/{{Friends}}'' has a blooper reel on the DVD. A RunningGag is that, every time another actor makes a mistake, the following blooper is Matthew Perry intentionally doing the same thing to crack everyone up.\\
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The main cast's real-life friendship is shown in these bloopers. Unlike many other shows, none of the actors show any hints of real tension, irritation or impatience with each other in the blooper reels and have absolutely no compunctions about mocking each other mercilessly over stupid-sounding flubbed lines.\\
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Possibly the best one of all was after "The One With Joey's New Brain," where Lisa Kudrow keeps going "EEEE! EEEE EEEE!!" along with Ross' bagpipes, and the entire cast just loses it. It's one of the few times [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0z18rM68D8 the outtakes were actually shown along with the episode]]. You can even see Jennifer Aniston laughing before the credits.
* Series/{{Revenge}}'s first series features an epic reel of mostly people breaking their TranquilFury into silly giggles.
* Predictably, a lot of the bloopers on ''Series/{{ER}}'' involve actors flubbing their medical jargon, getting hopelessly entangled while operating on a patient, or getting disoriented or tripping on the large cluttered set. The most prevalent running gag is for the cast members to enthusiastically hug or kiss each other after screwing up, ''especially'' if their characters had just been shouting at each other.
** Others include Anthony Edwards ending many a derailed scene with "I love you", George Clooney repeating a cast member's flubbed line at the camera in a goofy voice, everyone making MemeticMolester jokes about Clooney, Julianna Margulies using many a PrecisionFStrike, Creator/GoranVisnjic corpsing, Noah Wyle trailing off into strings of gibberish, Paul [=McCrane=] being [[MeanCharacterNiceActor unnervingly sweet]], and actors making a mockery out of their complete lack of medical knowledge...especially during emergency procedures. The many extras and crew make for almost a studio audience's worth of laughter for most outtakes.
** One of the funniest outtakes has Paul [=McCrane=] (in a scene where Lucy bangs on Romano's door in the middle of the night to find him very pissed) somehow hide another (gigantic) actor, wearing nothing but a towel and carrying a pair of handcuffs and a bottle of wine, behind him. [=McCrane=] then proceeds to flirt with him, shoo him upstairs, and call him "honey" before asking Lucy to join them. Kellie Martin, the director, and the tech crew utterly lose it.
** In another scene featuring an emergency birth, Anthony Edwards yanks a fake-blood-drenched rubber alligator (which is, actually, the lizard baby from "V") from between the mother's legs and starts brandishing it proudly in front of the camera, still in-character. Everyone proceeds to collapse all over the set in hysterics, waving the lizard baby at the father waiting outside the doors.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2di2Q1AkSL0 Another one]] has Creator/AlexKingston (Corday) [[LesYay kissing]] Laura Innes (Weaver) completely out of the blue. And this isn't a peck. This is a full-on, Hays-code-breaking smooch. Anthony Edwards' reaction is hilarious.
* The ''Series/{{Lost}}'' DVD sets contain blooper reels, mostly of the corpsing variety, but also {{Memetic Mutation}}s. Season 2 is full of ''BrokebackMountain'' jokes. In season 4, Grant Bowler spontaneously yells "THIS. IS. SPARTA!" Another features a cow randomly running through the shot.
** Perhaps the most famous is from the season 3 episode "Enter 77", in which Naveen Andrews suddenly screams his character's line, "NOT EVERY NOOK AND CRANNY, JOHN!" as he throws aside a carpet to reveal a trapdoor. Terry O'Quinn then responds "My God, Holmes!" as Evangeline Lilly cracks up throughout the next several takes of the scene. In an odd example of BeamMeUpScotty, some fans mistakenly claim the screamed variation is from the actual episode and not the blooper reel.
*** Naveen Andrews: [[BrokebackMountain "I can't quit you, baby."]] 'Nuff said.
** Season 6 has a couple of gems too: from "Sundown", Evangeline Lily failing multiple times to toss a ladder down to Claire (including tripping over it). The best one is probably from "The Candidate", from the scene where Jack and TheMenInBlack rescue most of the other castaways. The set people make the trees shake, and director Jack Bender is shouting out what the actors should be reacting to, the tension builds to a climax, and then Jorge Garcia shouts "JACK...I HAVE A LINE!"
* ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'' has started airing a ten-minute longer cut (''HaveIGotABitMoreNewsForYou'') the day after the original, which includes a lot of bloopers along with other cut footage.
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' has some great gag and blooper reels in the DVD sets. Nothing tops "Supernatural presents Creator/JensenAckles" shown at the end of the episode "Yellow Fever." Clip [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVDZ08oH3Oo here]]. Yes, yes. Weird things happen when Jared misses his cue.
** The addition of [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]] RealLife {{Troll}} Creator/MishaCollins to the cast has only increased this, particularly because Jared likes to grope him a lot: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAOYlS1SeAk There's a foot on my balls right now. Just FYI."]]
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' has bloopers that must be seen to be believed. Probably the best and most infamous example involves a dramatic conversation between Crichton and D'Argo turning sour when Crichton unexpectedly laughs.
-->'''D'Argo:''' ''([[OohMeAccentsSlipping descending into broad Australian accent]])'' What? That was completely fucking serious, then! I'm doing some of the best fucking acting the world has ''ever'' fucking seen...I'm talking ''showreel'' stuff... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=7uwR2IaNaMk and he laughs in the middle of it?]] Americans!
** Crichton cracking up again, this time because one of D'Argo's prosthetic tentacles has dropped off.
--->'''Browder:''' Sir, you dropped something...
** Guest stars and ridiculously-oversized hats: "...Rise up and lead us to the light!" * THWACK*
--->'''D'Argo:''' I vote we call it Ploppy. Ploppy the Spaceship.
** Pilot's voice actor swearing while obliging puppeteers keep Pilot's mouth sychronised with the expletives.
* One episode of ''Series/BabylonFive'' ended with Marcus singing the ModernMajorGeneral's song. As the credits rolled it picked back up again and after several seconds the crew can be heard tackling him in an attempt to make him stop.
** Even better ones were seen in the other outtakes such as Londo pausing in the middle of a blockade run to read a road map.
** Or Ed Wasser (as Mr. Morden) [[FunnyBackgroundEvent goofing around in the background of a shot]]:
-->'''Sheridan:''' How can it be unauthorized? According to Earth Force intelligence, he ''[points at the monitor behind him, which shows Morden]'' is supposed to be dead! ''[Morden has a fatal heart attack]'' Can a dead man object?
* ''Series/{{Angel}}'' has some hilarious ones.
-->'''David Boreanaz:''' No, Cordy; this isn't about winning, this is about what's at stake, and these waffles are fucking ''great''. Can we eat 'em?
** There's also a very staged but very funny one where a group of creatures start doing the Macarena.
* In ''Series/TheFortyFourHundred'', besides Jordan Collier's constant improvising and Tom's frequent laughing at inappropriate moments, Shawn once knocked over a wall.
-->'''Creator/PeterCoyote (as Denis Ryland):''' We were just discussing the newest NOVA proposal...uhh...threat....[[BuffySpeak uhh...thing]]...\\
'''Megalyn Echuniwoke (as Isabelle Tyler):''' Ah. That.
* A particular [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-a5qRmapXo one]] in ''Series/FawltyTowers'', when Sybil (Prunella Scales) slams the door it swings forward; John Cleese keeps the episode's RunningGag with Basil 'testing' an object.
* ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' used outtakes over the end credits.
* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' [=DVDs=] include unrated blooper reels. The cast seems to live by the philisophy "when in doubt, kiss". An outtake from the episode ''Third Wheel'' (following the scene where Ted goes to have a possible threeway with two hot women leaving Lily, Marshall and Barney hiding in his bedroom) features Neil Patrick Harris licking Allyson Hannigan's face, Jason Segel and Neil Patrick Harris kissing, and Harris and Segel sandwiching Hannigan on the bed (only stopping when they accidentally rip her dress).
** Season two has a blooper from a scene where Marshall and Barney are caroling. Cobie Smulders joins in and attempts to make ''Silent Night'' more "pop". This leaves Jason Segel wondering what just happened, and Neil Patrick Harris whimpering: "''You're killing me''."
** At one point, when Josh and Jason are unsuccessfully stifling their laughing during an extended silent scene, the assistant director finally ends their agony with "Pam Fryman's coming in to scold you".
** Several bloopers involve the whole gang huddled around their booth causing domino reactions of giggling fits as the unusually close proximity to each other make keeping a straight face impossible. Special mentions to the infamous "Rabbit Or Duck?" smackdown from season 5, where the actors ''literally'' cannot get through a single full line without falling apart.
** There are also running gags, such as Jason Segel's cell phone ringing in the middle of the scene (and the rest of the cast teasing him mercilessly about it every time), Josh Radnor cheerily dissing himself every time he flubs a line, and Neil Patrick Harris covering every bad take with [[RefugeInAudacity something even more outrageous.]]
** There's also a scene where Barney is supposed to whisper something incredibly hot (but inaudible) in Robin's ear. However, Neil Patrick Harris must have said something extremely bizarre and filthy, because Cobie Smulders cracks up and blushes as red as a beet.
*** A crew member asks if Neil would like to share with the class and Cobie, giggling and fanning herself, yells "No! No, he doesn't." One has to wonder.
*** Also, at one point, Neil accidentally, but very obviously, gropes Cobie's breasts while getting up from his seat, causing everyone to go into an extended fit of hysterics.
*** The season 9 gag reel has him accidentally grabbing her crotch.
** There's one where Cobie Smulders messes up her line and swears, apparently forgetting that she was sharing the scene with a little kid, who's hilariously scandalized. "Did you just say the ''f word''?!" [[BlatantLies "No, I didn't, I said, uh, 'Frosted Toasty-O's.'"]]
* The ''Series/{{House}}'' [=DVDs=] include a blooper reel... mostly of when characters mess up their complex medical technobabble. Creator/HughLaurie mostly manages to keep his fake American accent throughout.
** "Listen to me, you Antipodean fleck of bumfluff! Every single day I take this from you! The hair is adorable! I don't deny that! The figure is svelte!"
** For no explicable reason, there are whole scenes with Cameron and Cuddy as {{Valley Girl}}s. HilarityEnsues.
** "I could be Creator/WalterMatthau right now. I have no idea what play I'm in at all."
* The crossover episode of ''HannahMontana'' has some outtakes including flubbed lines, a door that wouldn't open when it should, and Miley squeaking her way through a line.
* ''Series/That70sShow'' usually had [[TheTag tags]] at the end of every episode, except one in season 6: the one with a scene involving agent Murphy, Kelso as a cop in training and Fez and his frog. This episode had TheTag replaced by the blooper reel of this scene. According to the documentary "The Final Goodbye", the scene took forever to be shot correctly.
* The bloopers for ABC's ''Series/{{Castle}}'' look promising, mostly for Nathan Fillion's line after he flops onto a couch and exclaims: "What's got two thumbs and a date with a prostitute? ''THIS GUY!''" What really sells it is the thumb-pointing and the ridiculously silly look on his face when he shouts the last part. The first few minutes can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9JXbJOXVkk here]].
** The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAxe8cgJ3ss Season 2]] bloopers have managed to do the impossible by being ''even funnier'' than Season 1, with classic moments like Nathan Fillion [[DopeSlap slapping people]] who mess up their lines, mugging the camera, and even ''planting a big wet one on Jon Huertas.'' It begs the question: how are the Season 3 bloopers going to turn out? And there's also this:
-->'''Director''': ''(off screen to the camera man)'' Can we go to Stana?
-->'''Stana''': Why were we elsewhere?
** Seamus Dever has a lot of particularly funny bloopers, including this:
-->'''Seamus''': I WANT HIM TO SEX ME UP. IS HE SEXING ME UP?
** The [[http://youtu.be/uej8JbkV1kE Season 3]] bloopers will make you hurt yourself laughing. You have been warned.
** Four seasons, and we finally get Jon Huertas and Seamus Dever kissing. Stana Katic is about as excited as the fangirls.
** We absolutely cannot overlook Stana mocking the ever loving hell out of the entire show:
-->'''Stana as Kate''': So what do I ''do''?
-->'''Kate's Therapist''': What do you ''want'' to do?
-->'''Stana''': I wanna fuck his brains out.
** And season five, when Nathan (as Castle) is looking through binoculars at a green screen (which in-universe is supposed to be an apartment complex) and an extra in a red shirt strolls through the shot and Nathan shouts, "I SAW SPIDER-MAN!" There's also a whole series of cuts where Nathan can't say a line with a straight face due to unforseen DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything in the script.
*** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQd5UURru4I Season six]] keeps the form, starting with Nathan's epic crack on Seamus Dever (Det. Kevin Ryan) from a previous episode:
-->'''Nathan''': That's the same hotel where we put up Jerry Tyson. I remember because Ryan got his ass kicked, like hard style. Jerry Tyson made a bitch of him.
** [[https://youtu.be/M7fJr5Y1rM0 Season Seven]] has Castle stealing a victorious kiss from Captain Gates, of all people...but then Nathan turns around and steals a ''second'' unscripted kiss and walks off muttering, "That was good!" while Penny stands there stunned and then bursts out laughing. We're also treated to Stana tickling a cadaver extra, Nathan calling Kelly Nieman a bitch, and Seamus, Jon, and Stana high-fiving Wonder Twins-style that they're the best detective squad in the universe. It's as precious as it sounds.
* What happens when John Barrowman and other actors try to film something? ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' outtakes. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAZuzK9DW_8 Watch and laugh.]]
** And [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOOIx-0HJq0 Season 2!]]
* Many episodes of ''Series/BillNyeTheScienceGuy'' end with bloopers playing over the closing credits.
** In one episode he is tossed vegetables which he catches as he talks. He just narrowly catches one in time to avoid a GroinAttack.
* ''Series/HomeImprovement'' also usually featured outtakes at the end of episodes.
* Parodied on ''Alexei Sayle's Stuff'' with "outtakes" featuring such things as Alexei ''accidentally'' bursting into song in the middle of a line of dialogue.
* If you see any of ''Series/TheXFiles'' gag reels, at least 30% of it will involve Gillian Anderson laughing uncontrollably. Apparently she is a notorious giggler.
** Mitch Pileggi, who played Skinner, said, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jrebn1sP9g#t=1m20s Once she starts giggling, it's all over.]]" Watching a lot of the bloopers proves it's infectious, too.
** And she has a hilarious habit of swearing like a sailor when she flubs a line.
*** So does Robert Patrick, which can make for some truly epic hilarity in the Season Eight gag reel. At one point Doggett is talking to Scully while she's in her car, Anderson flubs a line, Patrick flubs a line and says "Oh, fuck me" before turning to move away so they can start the scene over, and ''hits his head'' on the edge of the door.
** And getting Gillian and Annabeth Gish in the same scene together is pretty much guaranteed dissolvement into laughter.
** Another few bloopers generally involve the very petite Gillian Anderson stumbling off [[ScullyBox the box]] they've given her to stand on next to her taller co-stars. FOX actually turned one of these moments into a "coming up next on FOX" show promo during Season 9; generally they used clips of Gillian Anderson, Robert Patrick, and Annabeth Gish standing together and looking solemnly at the camera. During one take, though, Anderson is a bit unsteady on her feet, and topples straight down off camera, trying to grab Robert Patrick for support and nearly taking him down with her as Annabeth Gish cracks up. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ataT5iKQ3Fw FOX used this take to introduce the "funny" episodes.]]
** The cast was also very fond of pranking each other during scenes.
*** During one of the more gruesome episodes, Duchovny threw a handful of rice at Anderson during a take, which she mistook for ''maggots''. Cue a lot of flailing and screaming, and an OhCrap from Duchovny.
** The cast, especially David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, would play off each other if a line was flubbed, leading to some hilarious ad-libbed blooper scenes.
* Because ''Series/BlakesSeven'' was shot on a shoestring budget, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEOU-6zkhSE most]] of the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pXrU428bpQ outtakes]] involve the props not working right.
-->'''Dayna:''' Avon, what ''are'' you doing?\\
'''Avon:''' Pulling the set apart.
* At the end of the ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' episode "Angela's Men", they intended to have a final scene in which Topanga, who is still up, notes to Angela and Shawn are still awake and right there at 3:00 in the morning. Then she lets them know, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0PlHgeed0Y "You're crushing Eric"]]. Suddenly, part of the couch comes up and a pillow falls off, revealing Eric's face sticking out of a hole in a fake couch cushion. He finally gets up, and he starts cracking up. They were literally NEVER able to finish the scene without corpsing, mainly as a result of Shawn and Eric being together, and the outtakes are the only recorded proof that it was meant to happen.
* In TheTag of ''Series/TheMonkees'' episode "Monkees On the Wheel", Mike tries over and over to finish the line "Save the Texas Prairie Chicken", but ends up corpsing over and over. He finally gets the line down (to fake thunderous applause).
* The blooper reel found on ''Series/TheMiddleman'' DVD set largely consists of actors struggling to get out the show's wonderfully overwritten dialogue (and cursing head writer Javier Grillo-Marxuach). Other highlights include Creator/KevinSorbo wrestling with an uncooperate prop and a disco-dancing Interrodroid.
-->'''Mary Pat Gleason:''' Dammitjavidammitjavidammitjavi!
* ''Series/{{Community}}'' has outakes on every single DVD of the first two seasons. Involving everything from Chevy corpsing, to alternative ad lib lines, to Joel doing fake PSA, to Danny trying to get Gillian to wipe away a booger.
* The special features on the Season 2 DVD of ''Series/LawAndOrderUK'' include a 10-minute gag-reel. Most of the clips are typical--flubbed lines, malfunctioning props, {{Corpsing}}, etc. However, the apogee is a botched scene where Detectives Devlin and Brooks are interviewing a witness. Distracted by the loud music playing in the background, JamieBamber begins struggling not to laugh before finally cracking up, declaring, "I'm sorry; I can't fucking do this". Knowing that the take is no good anyway, Bradley Walsh begins dancing to the music, all the while ''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome still saying his lines with a straight face]]'' as though this is completely normal, pretending not to notice that the other actors--Bamber and the kid playing the witness are literally doubled over--are laughing hysterically.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zas61gKgr60 Here it is!]]
* Among the bloopers for ''Series/BurnNotice'', Season 1 DVD features Creator/BruceCampbell ad-libbing different naughty variations of two scenes, Gabrielle Anwar timing her GroinAttack at Jeffrey Donovan badly (resulting in a rather painful hit) and the problem with [[CoolCar the Charger's]] hood getting stuck, prompting Jeffrey Donovan to ask Bruce Campbell to sit on it. Season 2 starts with the BadassCrew [[BadassInANiceSuit In Nice Suits]] scene being ruined by Bruce Campbell fooling around, and then goes through the prop guys' practical jokes, lots of {{corpsing}} during different takes of one scene, [[NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals a labrador walking in on the set]], the trouble with tossing props correctly, Jeffrey Donovan randomly dancing, Gabrielle Anwar's innuendo and people making weird faces.
* Series/MythBusters has at least one blooper reel on the Discovery website. At least two special [=MythBusters=] episodes ([=MythBusters=] Revealed, Top 25 [=MythBusters=] Moments) also contained these. In fact, at least two ''regular'' [=MythBusters=] episodes contained these ''in the course of the episode''.
** A memorable one exists in the Confederate Rocket myth. Grant is attempting to make nitrous oxide gas (aka "laughing gas") with Civil War technology. While ''[[TemptingFate standing near the apparatus]]'', he tries to explain how nitrous oxide is a more probable oxidizer for rockets than liquid oxygen would be at the time...and [[{{Corpsing}} keeps bursting into sudden laughter]].
--->'''Rob Lee''': [[DeadpanSnarker They've clearly made laughing gas.]] But what is he trying to ''say''?
* ''Series/{{Highlander}}'' had two commercially released outtake reels. Some of the more notable ones:
** Adrian Paul having huge problems jumping onto his horse in the episode 'Family Ties'
** The director forgetting to yell 'cut' during the 'Prophecy' Cassandra/Duncan love scene. Tracy Scoggins finally exclaimed "If this goes on much longer, I'm going to need birth control!"
** The episode 'The Stone of Scone' where Adrian Paul and Roger Daltry had a big problem getting lines out because of the highland cow's constant mooing at the wrong time. The outtakes ended with a parody of a quickening, with Duncan being beheaded by the cow.
** Adrian playing a practical joke during 'Turnabout' with a sex toy
** Jim Byrnes being unable to complete a scene in 'The Cross of St.Antoine' where Joe was supposed to break a glass door with his cane. It simply did not work and ultimately, a crowbar had to be painted like his cane to complete the scene.
** A couple bloopers were left in the episodes, like Duncan and Amanda's kiss attempt/headbutt in 'Money No Object' and one season 1 episode where Adrian and Stan Kirsch thought the final scene was going to cut earlier than it did. They stay in character for a moment, then burst out laughing.
* This was half the premise of ''Series/TVsBloopersAndPracticalJokes''
* For a show about serial killers, the cast of ''Series/CriminalMinds'' manages to produce a lot of hiliarious outtakes. Every season but the first one has a gag reel with the [=DVD=] set. Here's a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M6tXiGh2Hw&feature=related video]] with the bloopers from seasons 2-6.
* Since so many of the cast members of ''Series/WhiteCollar'' are seasoned theater actors (by definition, [[LargeHam large hams]] used to improvising when things go wrong,) their gag reels are correspondingly hilarious. Two things become apparent during the gag reels: ''White Collar'' might have one of the most foul-mouthed casts on television, and the image of Tim Dekay as the tightly-wound Straight man Peter Burke is forever ruined (he cycles through ManChild, DirtyOldMan, and a SirSwearsALot DeadpanSnarker at ''warp speed.'')
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' had a blooper reel on the DVD set for each of its five seasons.
* ''Series/TheTribe'' had two half hour blooper reels, one covering the first three seasons - released on the season one DVD - and one covering seasons four and five, released on the season two DVD. Unsurprisingly on a show where 99% of the actors were under eighteen, they are heavy on line flubbing and corpsing. They're also hilarious.
* The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyrSjzrrjG0 Once Upon a Time]] bloopers. Featuring an upside down contract, a lost card, Emma Stone, a pooping bird, Regina being a big fat liar, and an evil laugh from Gold which really should have made the final cut.
** Then they brought out the Season 2 bloopers, and an internet meme was started. "They wanna put me on display like some evil ''panda''? Uh-uh, I don't ''think'' so!"
* Blackadder. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNumeuaj994 And you thought the TV show itself was hilarious.]]
* The first season DVD set of ''Theatre/TheOddCouple'' included a very short gag reel; a different, much longer one was included with every copy of ''Tony and Me'', the book Jack Klugman wrote about his friendship with Tony Randall. Flubbed lines, corpsing, dirty jokes, fake make-out sessions (to aggravate certain homophobic network execs) and general tomfoolery abound.
* ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'', of all shows, has a particularly hilarious [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAbWmjUyhhs gag reel]] featuring the usual flubbed lines, Laurence Fishburne mispronouncing "Dumfries" as "dumb fries", Mads Mikkelsen repeatedly failing to catch a potato on his knife, and later saying what ''everybody'' in the audience was thinking to Freddie during a dinner scene:
--> '''Lara Jean Chorostecki:''' This is possibly the finest salad I've ever eaten in my life. Shame to ruin it with all that meat.
--> '''Mads Mikkelsen:''' Shut up, bitch.
** The DVD/Blu-Ray has an extended version, including such gems as Hugh Dancy repeatedly tripping over scenery, a crew member dropping the steadicam, and cast and crew members [[https://youtu.be/oPZU-HGhy5I?t=146 cracking up at]] Laurence Fishburne's [[NoIndoorVoice unprovoked yelling]]:
--> '''Lawrence Fishburne:''' ''I KNOW WHEN I'M AWAKE!''
--> ''(Awkward Silence)''
-->'''Hugh Dancy''' So did anybody see the game last night?
** Ditto for the other two seasons, which follow suit. For example, in season two when Jimmy Price (Scott Thompson) is performing an inventory of a serial killer and deliberately sets everyone off giggling:
-->'''Price''': One black leather billfold: containing $443, various credit cards. One hard candy, covered in murderer's lint. One silver cock-ring: tarnished, very rusted cock-ring.
* ''Series/{{TheTonightShowStarringJimmyFallon}}'' has an [[https://youtu.be/oPZU-HGhy5I?t=146 uncut version]] of Jimmy and Bradley Cooper desperately trying to have a serious conversation about his part in The Elephant Man. It's all fine until they realise they still have on silly hats from earlier in the show, contrasting just a little with the very dark subject matter of The Elephant Man. Cue literally ''ten minutes'' of increasingly hysterical laughter as they redo the conversation over and over again, mostly hilarious because it's so [[GallowsHumor inappropriate to laugh in that situation.]] By the end Bradley is red in the face, Jimmy is nearly in tears, and neither of them can get through a single sentence without dissolving into giggles.
* Given the nature of the show, outtakes at the end of every episode have always been as important a part of ''Series/RaumschiffGamestar'' as the actual episodes. In fact, there hasn't been a single episode in five seasons that wasn't published with at least one or two outtakes.
* The BBC for a long time compiled out-takes into a tape for their Christmas parties, dubbed 'BBC VT'. It got to the point where people would say 'Merry Christmas VT' after a blooper.
* Even Trinity Broadcasting Network had a blooper reel, featuring sets falling down, light bulbs exploding in the middle of fiery sermons, various pranks and hysterics.
* ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' has an InUniverse example with George Sr's "Caged Wisdom" videos (a series of videos recorded in prison where he dispenses religious advice). This comes back to bite him when:
** 1. One blooper has him saying "Faith is a fact" instead of "Faith is a facet".
** 2. Cindy Lightballoon, an undercover agent who becomes sympathetic to him, takes the mistaken line as truth.
** 3. She comes to believe he's innocent of what he's accused of and convinces him he'll be found innocent at trial. Unfortunately, George doesn't discover any of this until he's already agreed to go to trial.
-->'''George:''' I'm going to trial because you don't understand the concept of a blooper reel?
* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6HmZM5dba4 one for season 1]].
** Highlights include:
*** Robbie Amell (Ronnie) spitting out fake snow.
*** "Look upon the horizon. All you see will soon be yours, Simba."
*** Grant Gustin (Barry) and Andy Mientus (Hartley) staring into each other's eyes during the confrontation between The Flash and Pied Piper. Gustin blurted out, "Your eyes are beautiful," in lieu of his line, then backpedaled by saying, "But we're not gonna kiss!" as the romantic background music ended with a RecordNeedleScratch. Followed up by Mientus (who is openly bisexual and whose character is gay) can be heard in the background saying, "Please?"
*** Cavanaugh's involuntary movement of his legs while portraying the paralyzed Dr. Well's, Daniele's reaction is spot on, "IT'S A MIRACLE!"
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgWEck3Qagk Season 2's]] ups the factor, particular highlights:
*** Patton, Valdos and Panabaker being pelted with more debris and wind than usually with one of The Flash's take offs, to the point Candice almost falls over.
*** Grant's horsing around with an improtu "Shut Up, Jay," causing Teddy Sears to break character with a goofy laugh, causing the entire set to burst out laughing.
*** Gustin's lip's flaps in 120fps.
*** Carlos' inability to catch the bomb Kate Cassidey (Black Siren) tosses him.
*** Candice's snarky one liner when Joe asks Iris if she's pregnant, "Definitely not pregnant, I'm not getting annny!"
*** Tom Cavanaugh's constantly losing Harry's USB file.
*** Gustin finishing the poignant goodbye with Shantel [=VanSanten=]'s Patty, only to pop up in the window out of nowhere scaring the crap out of her.
*** An out of breath Jesse Martin flubbing his line, to Patton's chargin and Valdos humor.
*** Carlos flubbing Jay as "Bae, nope not Bae, not Bae," to which Daniele retorts, "Really FreudianSlip maybe!"
*** Grant and Tom's concern and disbelief that Barry/Grant has to toss a heavy object over the camera's "Everybody be nervous, I can't even remember the last time I threw a football, and THIS is not a football."
*** Teddy Sears/Jay flubbing the line, "What's Christmas," to which Daniele corrects him, but the kicker is Carlos' roaring laughter in the background.
*** "All right, take off your pant's."
* ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' has one for each season. It's mostly scenery breaking and actors flubbing their lines, including a funny one of Thomas Dekker unable to pull Riley's morgue drawer (she starts laughing, a case of literal {{Corpsing}} ), and the finale's HK attack only crashing partway through the window and setting something on fire.
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