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30th Jul '16 12:09:16 PM nombretomado
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* The judges of ''DancingWithTheStars'' do this.

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* The judges of ''DancingWithTheStars'' ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'' do this.
20th Jul '16 4:30:37 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ActionLeagueNow'' episode, "Sinkhole of Doom", when Thundergirl attempts to fly to the garbage disposal to save Pierce, the son of The Mayor, she accidentally flies into the ceiling fan and gets her hair caught in it. The other members of the Action League hold up score cards, most of them having very low scores. The Flesh and Justice each hold up a 2 card, The Chief holds up a 3 card, Stinky Diver holds up a 3.5 card, and [[AllLoveIsUnrequited Meltman holds up a 10 card]].
7th Jul '16 7:44:10 PM Paleb05
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19th Jun '16 9:17:48 PM Jake
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* Used for a brief sight-gag in the original short-film incarnation of ''Film/TheWizardOfSpeedAndTime'', when the rest of the panel rounds on one judge holding up a 9.9 instead of a straight 10 and start wailing on him with the signboards.
10th Jun '16 11:36:38 PM nombretomado
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* StatlerAndWaldorf rated the performances on one episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow''. Everyone except guest star Diana Ross got low marks. After the audience booed Fozzie Bear off the stage before he could begin his act, Statler surprised Waldorf with his score:

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* StatlerAndWaldorf JustForFun/StatlerAndWaldorf rated the performances on one episode of ''Series/TheMuppetShow''. Everyone except guest star Diana Ross got low marks. After the audience booed Fozzie Bear off the stage before he could begin his act, Statler surprised Waldorf with his score:



'''Statler:''' [[{{TakeThat}} He's never been better]]!

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'''Statler:''' [[{{TakeThat}} [[TakeThat He's never been better]]!
25th Nov '15 4:43:55 PM IncoG5nito
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* The judges of ''DancingWithTheStars'' do this
* ''Series/TheGongShow''
* The judges on ''Series/HeyHeyItsSaturday'' do this for Red Faces.


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* The judges of ''DancingWithTheStars'' do this.
* Any act that avoids getting gonged on ''Series/TheGongShow'' is scored this way by the three judges. Yes, zeroes have been given.
* The judges on ''Series/HeyHeyItsSaturday'' do this for Red Faces.
* The Talent Showcase round on ''[[Series/ThatsMyDog That's My Dog!]]''
22nd Oct '15 7:12:14 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* This is the basis of one of the puzzles in ''VideoGame/EscapeFromMonkeyIsland''. Three judges score you in a diving competition against a resident champion. Winning is achieved by finding out how to impress each of the judges and also sabotaging the competition.

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* This is the basis of one of the puzzles in ''VideoGame/EscapeFromMonkeyIsland''. Three judges score you in a diving competition against a resident champion. Winning is achieved by finding out how to impress each of the judges (and in on case, {{blackmail}}ing them) and also sabotaging the competition.
22nd Oct '15 7:11:03 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* [[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation Yahtzee]] does this quite often, usually when he describes something as "well-executed" (sometimes an [[VisualPun actual execution]]). Probably the first recorded example was his review of ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock}}'' where a Little Sister awarded the game's "well-executed kick in the balls" a 6.0.
14th Jul '15 6:42:08 PM HumanTorch2
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* Whenever UsefulNotes/NASCAR driver Carl Edwards wins a race, he does a celebratory back-flip off of his car. Regardless of which network is airing the race in question, the commentators will nigh-inevitably mention the (non-existent) Russian Judge giving him a surprisingly high score.

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* Whenever UsefulNotes/NASCAR UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} driver Carl Edwards wins a race, he does a celebratory back-flip off of his car. Regardless of which network is airing the race in question, the commentators will nigh-inevitably mention the (non-existent) Russian Judge giving him a surprisingly high score.
14th Jul '15 6:41:04 PM HumanTorch2
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'''Statler:''' He's never been better!

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'''Statler:''' [[{{TakeThat}} He's never been better!better]]!


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* Whenever UsefulNotes/NASCAR driver Carl Edwards wins a race, he does a celebratory back-flip off of his car. Regardless of which network is airing the race in question, the commentators will nigh-inevitably mention the (non-existent) Russian Judge giving him a surprisingly high score.
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