History Main / LenoDevice

7th Jan '17 3:55:27 PM nombretomado
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* [[RealTimeWithBillMaher Bill Maher]] again appeared on ''Series/DharmaAndGreg''. Greg, who is running for Congress, gets caught having sex with his wife Dharma in a car after a fundraiser. The irony is that the juicy story helps his campaign immensely, since the people ''finally'' have a candidate who demonstrates good family values.

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* [[RealTimeWithBillMaher [[Series/RealTimeWithBillMaher Bill Maher]] again appeared on ''Series/DharmaAndGreg''. Greg, who is running for Congress, gets caught having sex with his wife Dharma in a car after a fundraiser. The irony is that the juicy story helps his campaign immensely, since the people ''finally'' have a candidate who demonstrates good family values.



* Bill Maher, now host of HBO's ''[[RealTimeWithBillMaher Real Time]]'', appears on network sister program ''TrueBlood'', hosting a panel similar to the ones on his program about Vampire Rights.

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* Bill Maher, now host of HBO's ''[[RealTimeWithBillMaher ''[[Series/RealTimeWithBillMaher Real Time]]'', appears on network sister program ''TrueBlood'', hosting a panel similar to the ones on his program about Vampire Rights.
27th Dec '16 5:49:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[Series/RealTimeWithBillMaher Bill Maher]], then-host of ''Politically Incorrect'', turns up in the closing montage of ''John Q'', amidst a flurry of talking heads discussing the main character's actions and what they say about the American healthcare system.

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* [[Series/RealTimeWithBillMaher Bill Maher]], Creator/BillMaher, then-host of ''Politically Incorrect'', turns up in the closing montage of ''John Q'', amidst a flurry of talking heads discussing the main character's actions and what they say about the American healthcare system.
21st Dec '16 10:58:52 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ''VideoGame/Prey2006'' features Art Bell on his ''Radio/CoastToCoastAM'' radio program discussing the events of the game with various callers.
* ''VideoGame/CallOfDutyBlackOps2'' has [[spoiler:Chloe/Karma]] showing up on Jimmy Kimmel Live in the ending [[spoiler:where she lives]].
* The news terminals in ''VideoGame/DeusExInvisibleWar'' feature quick political interviews on a show called Talk Bullet, but the host of the show always cuts off the interviewee with the next question before he really gets a chance to answer the question.

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* Obligatory WhateleyUniverse example: In "Ayla and the Birthday Brawl", the big [=IPO=] that Phase has started by buying out ''Marvel Comics'' gets news coverage... including a joke about it by Dennis Miller while appearing on Bill Maher's show.
* Perhaps inevitably, ''Series/TopGear'' have filmed an episode in {{Fenspace}}. ([[http://archiveofourown.org/works/1032214/ Link.]]) Other highlights include a RippedFRomTheHeadlines ''Series/CSI'' episode featuring the Fen (which is about as well-researched as the FurryFandom one) and a handwavium-induced BalefulPolymorph storyline in ''Series/OneLifeToLive'', which got a certain amount of flack for not casting an actual CatGirl but was otherwise considered rather tasteful and well-researched. [[http://www.fenspace.net/index.php5?title=Television_in_Fenspace#Fenspace_in_Mundane_TV_and_Film Further reading.]]

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* ''VideoGame/Prey2006'' features Art Bell on his ''Radio/CoastToCoastAM'' radio program discussing the events of the game with various callers.
* ''VideoGame/CallOfDutyBlackOps2'' has [[spoiler:Chloe/Karma]] showing up on Jimmy Kimmel Live in the ending [[spoiler:where she lives]].
* The news terminals in ''VideoGame/DeusExInvisibleWar'' feature quick political interviews on a show called Talk Bullet, but the host of the show always cuts off the interviewee with the next question before he really gets a chance to answer the question.

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Web Original ]]

* Obligatory WhateleyUniverse example: In "Ayla and the Birthday Brawl", the big [=IPO=] that Phase has started by buying out ''Marvel Comics'' gets news coverage... including a joke about it by Dennis Miller while appearing on Bill Maher's show.
* Perhaps inevitably, ''Series/TopGear'' have filmed an episode in {{Fenspace}}. ([[http://archiveofourown.org/works/1032214/ Link.]]) Other highlights include a RippedFRomTheHeadlines ''Series/CSI'' episode featuring the Fen (which is about as well-researched as the FurryFandom one) and a handwavium-induced BalefulPolymorph storyline in ''Series/OneLifeToLive'', which got a certain amount of flack for not casting an actual CatGirl but was otherwise considered rather tasteful and well-researched. [[http://www.fenspace.net/index.php5?title=Television_in_Fenspace#Fenspace_in_Mundane_TV_and_Film Further reading.]]

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15th Oct '16 4:54:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* Retired News Anchor/Commentator Howard K. Smith appeared as himself in both the Miniseries and Weekly versions of the 80s ''Series/{{V}}'', giving update reports on the aliens actions.

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* Retired News Anchor/Commentator Howard K. Smith appeared as himself in both the Miniseries and Weekly versions of the 80s ''Series/{{V}}'', original ''Series/{{V 1983}}'', giving update reports on the aliens actions.
22nd Sep '16 8:18:31 PM nombretomado
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* ''Ben10UltimateAlien'' does one better with Will Harangue, violent right-wing mouthpiece who becomes integral to the show arc. Everything he says claims that Ben 10 is a menace and a threat to the Earth, despite proof that he's always saving it. When aliens finally take over the world en mass force im ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'', [[TheQuisling He's the first to jump ship and convince the people he was right.]] This came back to bite on the ass as later episodes showd his ratings have declined.

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* ''Ben10UltimateAlien'' ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' does one better with Will Harangue, violent right-wing mouthpiece who becomes integral to the show arc. Everything he says claims that Ben 10 is a menace and a threat to the Earth, despite proof that he's always saving it. When aliens finally take over the world en mass force im ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'', [[TheQuisling He's the first to jump ship and convince the people he was right.]] This came back to bite on the ass as later episodes showd his ratings have declined.
16th Aug '16 9:43:00 AM Charbydis
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* Leno (again) appeared in ''Film/InAndOut'', making a rather terrible gay joke about the main character, a small-town teacher who only got national attention because an ex-student-turned-Hollywood actor outed him in his Oscar speech -- the only problem being said small-town teacher was still in the closet. One wonders, with Leno joking about missing persons cases and homosexuals who nobody knows in films he has appeared in, whether filmmakers have a low opinion of Leno. Possibly justified by Leno agreeing to be in all these movies even when it makes no sense. MoneyDearBoy?

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* Leno (again) appeared in ''Film/InAndOut'', making a rather terrible gay ''Film/InAndOut'' to joke about the main character, a small-town teacher who only got national attention because an ex-student-turned-Hollywood actor outed him in his Oscar speech -- the only problem being said small-town teacher was still in the closet. One wonders, with Leno joking about missing persons cases and homosexuals who nobody knows in films he has appeared in, whether filmmakers have a low opinion of Leno. Possibly justified by Leno agreeing to be in all these movies even when it makes no sense. MoneyDearBoy?character.
15th Aug '16 6:16:33 AM Jake
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* For some unfathomable reason, the pilot episode of the new Series/DangerMouse'' series features Baron Greenback -now [[VillainWithGoodPublicity allegedly reformed]]- being interviewed by [[PunnyName Jimmy Camel]], which doesn't even make a good ParentalBonus in its country of origin because most English people have never even heard of ''Series/JimmyKimmelLive''.

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* For some unfathomable reason, the pilot episode of the new Series/DangerMouse'' ''Series/DangerMouse'' series features Baron Greenback -now [[VillainWithGoodPublicity allegedly reformed]]- being interviewed by [[PunnyName Jimmy Camel]], which doesn't even make a good ParentalBonus in its country of origin because most English people have never even heard of ''Series/JimmyKimmelLive''.
''Jimmy Kimmel Live''.
15th Aug '16 6:15:32 AM Jake
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* For some unfathomable reason, the pilot episode of the new Series/DangerMouse'' series features Baron Greenback -now [[VillainWithGoodPublicity allegedly reformed]]- being interviewed by [[PunnyName Jimmy Camel]], which doesn't even make a good ParentalBonus in its country of origin because most English people have never even heard of ''Series/JimmyKimmelLive''.
28th Jul '16 3:53:24 AM arjayoh
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* ''Series/LadyDynamite'': Seth Meyers and James Corden joke about Maria's child militia scandal on their respective shows.
26th Jun '16 12:34:57 PM Adeon
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* Leno appeared in the presidential fantasy movie ''Dave'' to remark on the president's newfound vigor. The movie has multiple montage scenes with Leno, other talk show hosts, and Washington political commentators. Oliver Stone appears on Larry King Live, spouting (correct) conspiracy theories, and Ben Stein shows up at a party held by one of the bad guys.

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* Leno appeared in the presidential fantasy movie ''Dave'' ''File/{{Dave}}'' to remark on the president's newfound vigor. The movie has multiple montage scenes with Leno, other talk show hosts, and Washington political commentators. Oliver Stone appears on Larry King Live, spouting (correct) conspiracy theories, and Ben Stein shows up at a party held by one of the bad guys.
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