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31st Jan '17 8:14:31 AM Prfnoff
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* ''Theatre/TheBibleTheCompleteWordOfGodAbridged'' parodies this early on when one of the actors goes into a panicked monologue when told that the story of Noah's Ark likely never happened, but the other two turn out to have been listening to this despite being frozen and unspotlighted. ("You still wet the bed?" "Ew.")
31st Jan '17 8:11:07 AM Prfnoff
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* This is done on the show ''Parker Lewis Can't Lose'' only when Parker is thinking. Nobody else's voice is heard, much like in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}''.

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* This is done on the show ''Parker Lewis Can't Lose'' ''Series/ParkerLewisCantLose'' only when Parker is thinking. Nobody else's voice is heard, much like in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}''.
31st Jan '17 8:10:38 AM Prfnoff
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* Played with on Titus, where the "neutral space" Titus narrates each episode from could be considered his internal monologue. In one episode, he is going on a rant about a judge in the neutral space... cut to the courtroom he is sitting in in real life, where he is saying this rant ''in front of said judge''.

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* Played with on Titus, ''Series/{{Titus}}'', where the "neutral space" Titus narrates each episode from could be considered his internal monologue. In one episode, he is going on a rant about a judge in the neutral space... cut to the courtroom he is sitting in in real life, where he is saying this rant ''in front of said judge''.



* Used frequently in ''TheWarAtHome'', along with a special white background and (sometimes) imaginary objects.
* Each episode of Earth 2 was narrated by a different member of the crew. At the start of the episode the narrration was general; during the episode they were talking about specific things that were happening, and at the end they talked about what they'd learned or how they'd changed as a result.

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* Used frequently in ''TheWarAtHome'', ''Series/TheWarAtHome'', along with a special white background and (sometimes) imaginary objects.
* Each episode of Earth 2 ''Series/{{Earth 2}}'' was narrated by a different member of the crew. At the start of the episode the narrration was general; during the episode they were talking about specific things that were happening, and at the end they talked about what they'd learned or how they'd changed as a result.
1st Dec '16 11:10:23 PM wolftickets1969
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* In the stage adaptation of ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', while Ariel is mute, she has two "in her head" songs, heard by the audience but not the characters: "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" and "If Only".
5th Nov '16 11:57:13 AM nombretomado
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* In ''ImAMarvelAndImADC'', Wolverine and Rorschach had a competition involving inner monologues.

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* In ''ImAMarvelAndImADC'', ''WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC'', Wolverine and Rorschach had a competition involving inner monologues.
18th Oct '16 1:19:51 PM Steven
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* While not voiced, ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' has a TON of inner monologues, most of them being of sarcastic comments on a person or situation. This is parodied in some parts when other characters can almost read what Phoenix is thinking. In the third game, Edgeworth actually ''thinks'' "Thank God for inner monologue" to himself after a snarky internal comment.

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* While not voiced, ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' has a TON of inner monologues, most of them being of sarcastic comments on a person or situation. This is parodied in some parts when other characters can almost read what Phoenix is thinking. In the third game, Edgeworth actually ''thinks'' "Thank God for inner monologue" to himself after a snarky internal comment. While the inner monologues are usually used by the player characters, [[spoiler: the final case of ''Trials and Tribulations'' as Godot, the true killer of the victim in the case, getting his own inner monologue when he sees Mia's ghost standing next to Phoenix and wondering how she is living on through him.]]
14th Aug '16 1:29:13 PM nombretomado
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* In ''DNAngel'', Daisuke and Dark sometimes have conversations together through a dual inner monologue, since they share the same body. (Other times, however, it's implied that one doesn't know what the other is thinking, so they must have to actively want to do this for it to happen.)

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* In ''DNAngel'', ''Manga/DNAngel'', Daisuke and Dark sometimes have conversations together through a dual inner monologue, since they share the same body. (Other times, however, it's implied that one doesn't know what the other is thinking, so they must have to actively want to do this for it to happen.)
13th Aug '16 8:46:03 PM nombretomado
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* Squall Leonhart in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' monologues internally [[TheStoic much more than he actually speaks aloud]]. His Inner Monologues provide so much of his characterization that they are retained for his appearance in ''DissidiaFinalFantasy''.

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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'':
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Squall Leonhart in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'' monologues internally [[TheStoic much more than he actually speaks aloud]]. His Inner Monologues provide so much of his characterization that they are retained for his appearance in ''DissidiaFinalFantasy''.''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy''.
10th Jul '16 4:31:04 PM nombretomado
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* ''BrokenSaints'' is loaded with this, especially in the earlier chapters when only one character is present in a scene.

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* ''BrokenSaints'' ''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints'' is loaded with this, especially in the earlier chapters when only one character is present in a scene.
4th Jul '16 2:34:07 PM dmcreif
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* Parodied in ''Film/{{Airplane}}'' when Robert Hayes begins an inner monologue with an echoed recollection, then ''notices'' the echo and gets distracted by pretending to be a baseball announcer inside his head.

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* Parodied in ''Film/{{Airplane}}'' when Robert Hayes Ted Striker begins an inner monologue with an echoed recollection, then ''notices'' the echo and gets distracted by pretending to be a baseball announcer inside his head.



** When someone asks "What do your people (the flight controllers) think?"

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** When someone asks "What do your people (the flight controllers) think?"think?" the audience is granted the power of telepathy to see what the controllers are thinking at that moment.
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