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13th Jan '18 2:24:28 PM DaibhidC
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* Okay, this gets complicated: In Creator/JasperFforde's ''Literature/ThursdayNext'' book ''Well of Lost Plots'', Thursday is hiding out in the Bookworld, in an unpublished crime novel called ''Cavesham Heights'', along with two Generics, one of whom takes the form of Lola Vavoom, an actress frequently mentioned in the ''Thursday'' books. At the end of the book ''Cavesham Heights'' becomes a sanctuary for nursery rhyme characters, turning into a nursery rhyme/crime novel mashup. The ''Literature/NurseryCrime'' books are supposed to be what ''Cavesham Heights'' becomes, and ''The Big Over Easy'' mentions that ''that'' version of Lola Vavoom has a backstory that includes appearing in an adaptation of ''They Eyre Affair''.

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* Okay, this gets complicated: In Creator/JasperFforde's ''Literature/ThursdayNext'' book ''Well of Lost Plots'', Thursday is hiding out in the Bookworld, in an unpublished crime novel called ''Cavesham ''Caversham Heights'', along with two Generics, one of whom takes the form of Lola Vavoom, an actress frequently mentioned in the ''Thursday'' books. At the end of the book ''Cavesham book, ''Caversham Heights'' becomes a sanctuary for nursery rhyme characters, turning into a nursery rhyme/crime novel mashup. The ''Literature/NurseryCrime'' books are supposed to be what ''Cavesham ''Caversham Heights'' becomes, and ''The Big Over Easy'' mentions that ''that'' version of Lola Vavoom has a backstory that includes appearing in an adaptation of ''They ''The Eyre Affair''.
13th Jan '18 2:16:54 PM DaibhidC
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* Okay, this gets complicated: In Creator/JasperFforde's ''Literature/ThursdayNext'' book ''Well of Lost Plots'', Thursday is hiding out in the Bookworld, in an unpublished crime novel called ''Cavesham Heights'', along with two Generics, one of whom takes the form of Lola Vavoom, an actress frequently mentioned in the ''Thursday'' books. At the end of the book ''Cavesham Heights'' becomes a sanctuary for nursery rhyme characters, turning into a nursery rhyme/crime novel mashup. The ''Literature/NurseryCrime'' books are supposed to be what ''Cavesham Heights'' becomes, and ''The Big Over Easy'' mentions that ''that'' version of Lola Vavoom has a backstory that includes appearing in an adaptation of ''They Eyre Affaire''.

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* Okay, this gets complicated: In Creator/JasperFforde's ''Literature/ThursdayNext'' book ''Well of Lost Plots'', Thursday is hiding out in the Bookworld, in an unpublished crime novel called ''Cavesham Heights'', along with two Generics, one of whom takes the form of Lola Vavoom, an actress frequently mentioned in the ''Thursday'' books. At the end of the book ''Cavesham Heights'' becomes a sanctuary for nursery rhyme characters, turning into a nursery rhyme/crime novel mashup. The ''Literature/NurseryCrime'' books are supposed to be what ''Cavesham Heights'' becomes, and ''The Big Over Easy'' mentions that ''that'' version of Lola Vavoom has a backstory that includes appearing in an adaptation of ''They Eyre Affaire''.Affair''.
13th Jan '18 2:16:45 PM DaibhidC
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* In Terry Pratchett's ''The Science of Discworld'', the wizards create a universe containing 'Roundworld', where physics works but magic and narrative logic don't. The computer Hex tells them not to destroy it because "Recursion has occured".

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* In Terry Pratchett's ''The Science of Discworld'', ''Discworld/TheScienceOfDiscworld'', the wizards create a universe containing 'Roundworld', where physics works but magic and narrative logic don't. The computer Hex tells them not to destroy it because "Recursion has occured".occured".
* Okay, this gets complicated: In Creator/JasperFforde's ''Literature/ThursdayNext'' book ''Well of Lost Plots'', Thursday is hiding out in the Bookworld, in an unpublished crime novel called ''Cavesham Heights'', along with two Generics, one of whom takes the form of Lola Vavoom, an actress frequently mentioned in the ''Thursday'' books. At the end of the book ''Cavesham Heights'' becomes a sanctuary for nursery rhyme characters, turning into a nursery rhyme/crime novel mashup. The ''Literature/NurseryCrime'' books are supposed to be what ''Cavesham Heights'' becomes, and ''The Big Over Easy'' mentions that ''that'' version of Lola Vavoom has a backstory that includes appearing in an adaptation of ''They Eyre Affaire''.
24th Dec '17 9:13:49 AM nombretomado
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** In a few episodes the inspector can be seen watching ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'', likewise ''Inspector Gadget'' has showed up as a TV Show on Heatcliff. Both shows were produced by DiC at around the same time.

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** In a few episodes the inspector can be seen watching ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'', likewise ''Inspector Gadget'' has showed up as a TV Show on Heatcliff. Both shows were produced by DiC [=DiC=] at around the same time.
18th Oct '17 8:18:40 AM nightkiller
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* In ''Series/MadAboutYou'', there is an episode where Paul visits an old apartment of his. That apartment happens to be across the halle from Jerry Seinfeld's and he runs into and has a rather poignant conversation with current tenant Kramer. But in a later episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', George is forced to suffer watching an episode of ''Mad About You'' with his fiancee Susan.

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* In ''Series/MadAboutYou'', there is an episode where Paul visits an old apartment of his. That apartment happens to be across the halle hall from Jerry Seinfeld's and he runs into and has a rather poignant conversation with current tenant Kramer. But in a later episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', George is forced to suffer watching an episode of ''Mad About You'' with his fiancee Susan.
18th Oct '17 8:17:57 AM nightkiller
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* In ''Series/MadAboutYou'', there is an episode where Paul visits an old apartment of his. That apartment happens to be Jerry Seinfeld's and he runs into and has a rather poignant conversation with Kramer. But in a later episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', George is forced to suffer watching an episode of ''Mad About You'' with his fiancee Susan.

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* In ''Series/MadAboutYou'', there is an episode where Paul visits an old apartment of his. That apartment happens to be across the halle from Jerry Seinfeld's and he runs into and has a rather poignant conversation with current tenant Kramer. But in a later episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', George is forced to suffer watching an episode of ''Mad About You'' with his fiancee Susan.
25th Sep '17 6:29:46 PM 64SuperNintendo
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23rd Sep '17 9:37:05 AM nombretomado
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* In {{Atlus}}'s 2011 puzzle game ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}'', Teddie from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' makes an appearance in the form of a figure on a bar table and a mascot on a beer bottle. The main character owns books called "Persona". A scene in ''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'' shows that Yu Narukami changed his girlfriend's ringtone to the game over theme from Catherine.

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* In {{Atlus}}'s Creator/{{Atlus}}'s 2011 puzzle game ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}'', Teddie from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' makes an appearance in the form of a figure on a bar table and a mascot on a beer bottle. The main character owns books called "Persona". A scene in ''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'' shows that Yu Narukami changed his girlfriend's ringtone to the game over theme from Catherine.
5th Aug '17 11:01:01 PM Dvandemon
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* A four issue miniseries had Mr. Mxyzptlk and The Do-Do collide in interdimensional transit and conspire to cause mischief by mixing up their worlds. Superheroes recognize the Looney Tunes from their cartoons, and Foghorn recognizes Clark Kent as Superman because best he's "been reading Action Comics since he was an egg".
26th Jul '17 8:17:21 AM Anicomicgeek
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* This happens to Superman a lot; it used to be that DC/Marvel crossovers operated under the conceit that the characters, if they didn't know of each other, at least operated in the same reality for the duration of the Crossover (Spider-man/Batman, for example), but after ''DC vs. Marvel/Marvel vs. DC'', they were explicitly separate realities. It is true that the Fantastic Four knew of Superman from the events of that crossover in ''Superman/Fantastic Four'', it was also established that Ben Grimm and Franklin Richards knew of Superman from the exploits of his comic book counterpart. Incidentally, ''Marvel vs. DC'' played with a retcon of ''Spider-man/Batman'' when the Joker recognized Spider-man from somewhere. Of course, since S/B was set before the Spider-clone saga and ''DC vs. Marvel'' was set after, Ben Reilly Spider-man didn't recognize the Joker from Peter Parker's adventure.

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* This happens to Superman a lot; it used to be that DC/Marvel crossovers operated under the conceit that the characters, if they didn't know of each other, at least operated in the same reality for the duration of the Crossover (Spider-man/Batman, crossover (''Spider-Man/Batman'', for example), but after ''DC vs. Marvel/Marvel vs. DC'', they were explicitly separate realities. It is true that the Fantastic Four knew of Superman from the events of that crossover in ''Superman/Fantastic Four'', it was also established that Ben Grimm and Franklin Richards knew of Superman from the exploits of his comic book counterpart. Incidentally, ''Marvel vs. DC'' played with a retcon of ''Spider-man/Batman'' ''Spider-Man/Batman'' when the Joker recognized Spider-man Spider-Man from somewhere. Of course, since S/B ''S/B'' was set before the Spider-clone saga and ''DC vs. Marvel'' was set after, during it, Ben Reilly Spider-man didn't recognize the Joker from Peter Parker's adventure.
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