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27th Apr '17 12:46:23 AM jormis29
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* Deconstructed in the Chester See music video (also featuring Creator/{{Tobuscus}} and [[Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway Wayne Brady]]) "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmxUMcqGGTw Whistle While I Work It]]", where a group of guys are trying to get into a club. They get drunk at home before that due to the overpriced drinks at the club, park five blocks away to avoid the expensive valet parking, get sent to the back of the huge line by the bouncers for not having any girls with them, have one of them barred from coming in for wearing flip-flops, try to hit on girls and fail (either because of the crowded dance floor or the loud music), are unable to get a bartender or a waiter (since they're sober by the time they get in), too afraid to use the filthy bathroom, try to move in on a guy who has a table only to be dragged away. Wayne Brady shows up and has the hostess recognize him but even someone like him can't get into the VIP section. The group's signature "dance move" is a basic pelvic thrust that both disgusts and amazes everyone else. WordOfGod is that the intention was to show what clubs are like for most of the guys in RealLife.

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* Deconstructed in the Chester See music video (also featuring Creator/{{Tobuscus}} and [[Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway Wayne Brady]]) Creator/WayneBrady) "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmxUMcqGGTw Whistle While I Work It]]", where a group of guys are trying to get into a club. They get drunk at home before that due to the overpriced drinks at the club, park five blocks away to avoid the expensive valet parking, get sent to the back of the huge line by the bouncers for not having any girls with them, have one of them barred from coming in for wearing flip-flops, try to hit on girls and fail (either because of the crowded dance floor or the loud music), are unable to get a bartender or a waiter (since they're sober by the time they get in), too afraid to use the filthy bathroom, try to move in on a guy who has a table only to be dragged away. Wayne Brady shows up and has the hostess recognize him but even someone like him can't get into the VIP section. The group's signature "dance move" is a basic pelvic thrust that both disgusts and amazes everyone else. WordOfGod is that the intention was to show what clubs are like for most of the guys in RealLife.
23rd Mar '17 2:46:00 PM AgProv
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* Beautifully sent up by South African musical comedian Robbie Wessels in ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzzvPlRQsIY Macarena Mambo]]''. you don't need to be fluent in Afrikaans to get the visual humour of the piece and the way it sends up king-sized egos and the vacuousness of club-goers.
28th Nov '16 5:08:54 AM AgProv
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* When the ITV network introduced all-night weekend TV in the middle 1980's, a cheap infill series broadcast around midnight on a Saturday was called ''The Hit-Man and Her''. This was presented by the Creator/SimonCowell of the day, pop impresario [[Music/StockAitkenWaterman Pete Waterman]], assisted by a very young and toothy Michaela Strachan. It was recorded in nightclubs around the UK, consisted of three hours worth of chart dance tunes interspersed with daft games and interviews, and sure enough nobody ugly ended up on film, nobody got drunk, nobody had the crap beaten out of them by neanderthal [[Bouncer bouncers]], et c. this idealised nightclub, it was later revealed, was usually filmed during the ''day'' with an invited and pre-selected audience consisting of models, aspirant actors and fame wannabees.

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* When the ITV network introduced all-night weekend TV in the middle 1980's, a cheap infill series broadcast around midnight on a Saturday was called ''The Hit-Man and Her''. This was presented by the Creator/SimonCowell of the day, pop impresario [[Music/StockAitkenWaterman Pete Waterman]], assisted by a very young and toothy Michaela Strachan. It was recorded in nightclubs around the UK, consisted of three hours worth of chart dance tunes interspersed with daft games and interviews, and sure enough nobody ugly ended up on film, nobody got drunk, nobody had the crap beaten out of them by neanderthal [[Bouncer [[{{Bouncer}} bouncers]], et c. this idealised nightclub, it was later revealed, was usually filmed during the ''day'' with an invited and pre-selected audience consisting of models, aspirant actors and fame wannabees.
28th Nov '16 5:08:23 AM AgProv
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* When the ITV network introduced all-night weekend TV in the middle 1980's, a cheap infill series broadcast around midnight on a Saturday was called ''The Hit-Man and Her''. This was presented by the Creator/SimonCowell of the day, pop impresario [[Music/StockAitkenWaterman Pete Waterman]], assisted by a very young and toothy Michaela Strachan. It was recorded in nightclubs around the UK, consisted of three hours worth of chart dance tunes interspersed with daft games and interviews, and sure enough nobody ugly ended up on film, nobody got drunk, nobody had the crap beaten out of them by neanderthal bouncers, et c. this idealised nightclub, it was later revealed, was usually filmed during the ''day'' with an invited and pre-selected audience consisting of models, aspirant actors and fame wannabees.

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* When the ITV network introduced all-night weekend TV in the middle 1980's, a cheap infill series broadcast around midnight on a Saturday was called ''The Hit-Man and Her''. This was presented by the Creator/SimonCowell of the day, pop impresario [[Music/StockAitkenWaterman Pete Waterman]], assisted by a very young and toothy Michaela Strachan. It was recorded in nightclubs around the UK, consisted of three hours worth of chart dance tunes interspersed with daft games and interviews, and sure enough nobody ugly ended up on film, nobody got drunk, nobody had the crap beaten out of them by neanderthal bouncers, [[Bouncer bouncers]], et c. this idealised nightclub, it was later revealed, was usually filmed during the ''day'' with an invited and pre-selected audience consisting of models, aspirant actors and fame wannabees.
2nd Nov '16 2:47:52 PM Morgenthaler
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* Series/{{Spaced}} had a pretty realistic techno/dance club for one of it's episodes.. well, until they started playing a A-Team theme remix. [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome And it was awesome.]]

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* Series/{{Spaced}} had a pretty realistic techno/dance club for one of it's episodes.. well, until they started playing a A-Team theme remix. [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome And it was awesome.]]
2nd Nov '16 2:47:09 PM Morgenthaler
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* WithinTemptation's "Sinead" starts out like this... but then an assassin walks in and tries to kill two men present at the club.

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* WithinTemptation's Music/WithinTemptation's "Sinead" starts out like this... but then an assassin walks in and tries to kill two men present at the club.



* Parodied in TheLonelyIsland's Jack Sparrow. It starts with everyone in a club, singing about how awesome and cool they are. Then Music/MichaelBolton [[OffTheRails derails]] the song by singing about ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''.

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* Parodied in TheLonelyIsland's Music/TheLonelyIsland's Jack Sparrow. It starts with everyone in a club, singing about how awesome and cool they are. Then Music/MichaelBolton [[OffTheRails derails]] the song by singing about ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''.
2nd Nov '16 2:46:28 PM Morgenthaler
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* Unsurprisingly, the [[FiftyCent 50 Cent]] video "In Da Club" features... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin oh, you can work it out]].

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* Unsurprisingly, the [[FiftyCent 50 Cent]] Music/FiftyCent video "In Da Club" features... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin oh, you can work it out]].
9th Oct '16 9:08:39 AM erforce
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* Parodied in TheLonelyIsland's Jack Sparrow. It starts with everyone in a club, singing about how awesome and cool they are. Then Music/MichaelBolton [[OffTheRails derails]] the song by singing about ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''.

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* Parodied in TheLonelyIsland's Jack Sparrow. It starts with everyone in a club, singing about how awesome and cool they are. Then Music/MichaelBolton [[OffTheRails derails]] the song by singing about ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''.''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''.
28th Jul '16 4:45:07 AM Adept
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* Parodied in GarfunkelAndOates' "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHH3brmhPyw This Party Took A Turn For The Douche]]".
* Parodied in [[TheLonelyIsland The Lonely Island's]] Jack Sparrow. It starts with everyone in a club, singing about how awesome and cool they are. Then MichaelBolton [[OffTheRails derails]] the song by singing about PiratesOfTheCaribbean.
* ''ToddInTheShadows'' ends up reviewing a lot of songs about this. It's safe to say he's getting a little tired of them.
* The video for AdamLambert's "For Your Entertainment" is a classic example.
* When the ITV network introduced all-night weekend TV in the middle 1980's, a cheap infill series broadcast around midnight on a Saturday was called ''The Hit-Man and Her''. This was presented by the SimonCowell of the day, pop impresario [[Music/StockAitkenWaterman Pete Waterman]], assisted by a very young and toothy Michaela Strachan. It was recorded in nightclubs around the UK, consisted of three hours worth of chart dance tunes interspersed with daft games and interviews, and sure enough nobody ugly ended up on film, nobody got drunk, nobody had the crap beaten out of them by neanderthal bouncers, et c. this idealised nightclub, it was later revealed, was usually filmed during the ''day'' with an invited and pre-selected audience consisting of models, aspirant actors and fame wannabees.

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* Parodied in GarfunkelAndOates' WebVideo/GarfunkelAndOates' "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHH3brmhPyw This Party Took A Turn For The Douche]]".
* Parodied in [[TheLonelyIsland The Lonely Island's]] TheLonelyIsland's Jack Sparrow. It starts with everyone in a club, singing about how awesome and cool they are. Then MichaelBolton Music/MichaelBolton [[OffTheRails derails]] the song by singing about PiratesOfTheCaribbean.
''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''.
* ''ToddInTheShadows'' ''WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows'' ends up reviewing a lot of songs about this. It's safe to say he's getting a little tired of them.
* The video for AdamLambert's Music/AdamLambert's "For Your Entertainment" is a classic example.
* When the ITV network introduced all-night weekend TV in the middle 1980's, a cheap infill series broadcast around midnight on a Saturday was called ''The Hit-Man and Her''. This was presented by the SimonCowell Creator/SimonCowell of the day, pop impresario [[Music/StockAitkenWaterman Pete Waterman]], assisted by a very young and toothy Michaela Strachan. It was recorded in nightclubs around the UK, consisted of three hours worth of chart dance tunes interspersed with daft games and interviews, and sure enough nobody ugly ended up on film, nobody got drunk, nobody had the crap beaten out of them by neanderthal bouncers, et c. this idealised nightclub, it was later revealed, was usually filmed during the ''day'' with an invited and pre-selected audience consisting of models, aspirant actors and fame wannabees.
26th Jun '16 3:26:51 AM gewunomox
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* Done with a twist in [[LinkinPark Linkin Park's]] "Bleed It Out"; while the band is playing normally up on a stage, around them a BarBrawl is happening ''backwards!''

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* Done with a twist in [[LinkinPark Linkin Park's]] Music/LinkinPark's "Bleed It Out"; while the band is playing normally up on a stage, around them a BarBrawl is happening ''backwards!''
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