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11th May '16 8:01:52 PM eroock
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1st Mar '16 9:41:54 AM cdrood
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** Richard Hurndall playing the First Doctor in The Five Doctors due to William Hartnell's [[RealLifeWritesThePlot death]]. Also promo shots for the episode included a wax statue of the Fourth Doctor due to [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Tom Baker declining to return]].
4th Jan '16 1:57:18 PM Asuyuka
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** Similarly, in the Enterprise season finale "These Are The Voyages..." The premise is a plot point set in a TNG story arc, with Frakes and Sirtis reprising their roles as Riker and Troi. The problem is Troi's long lost her accent, and had her hair dyed blonde, and Riker has gotten more rotund, which is silly, and we're left to assume they changed so much for one plot point and then went back to normal in regular TNG.

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** Similarly, in the Enterprise season finale "These Are The Voyages..." The premise is a plot point set in a TNG story arc, with Frakes and Sirtis reprising their roles as Riker and Troi. The problem is Troi's long lost her accent, and had her hair dyed blonde, red, and Riker has gotten more rotund, which is silly, and we're left to assume they changed so much for one plot point and then went back to normal in regular TNG.
4th Jan '16 1:56:32 PM Asuyuka
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**Similarly, in the Enterprise season finale "These Are The Voyages..." The premise is a plot point set in a TNG story arc, with Frakes and Sirtis reprising their roles as Riker and Troi. The problem is Troi's long lost her accent, and had her hair dyed blonde, and Riker has gotten more rotund, which is silly, and we're left to assume they changed so much for one plot point and then went back to normal in regular TNG.
21st Dec '15 10:17:25 AM WillKeaton
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Below are examples in text form. For visual examples, you can visit [[http://fuckyeahqualityanimation.tumblr.com/ a blog dedicated to them]] or [[http://www.lurkmore.com/wiki/QUALITY this LURKMORE article]].

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Below are examples in text form. For visual examples, you can visit [[http://fuckyeahqualityanimation.tumblr.com/ a blog dedicated to them]] or [[http://www.lurkmore.com/wiki/QUALITY this LURKMORE article]].article.]]
21st Dec '15 3:24:23 AM NCW8
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*** Mind you, it's unlikely that Osgood would actually have got the Doctor's scarf, so it's not surprising that it's different.
30th Nov '15 5:14:47 PM YasminPerry
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Anime fans from Japan have their [[MemeticMutation own phrase]] for this trope, "作画崩壊" (which literally translates to ''drawing collapse'').
28th Nov '15 9:18:49 PM KoopaKid17
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** Before that, [[http://wheeloffortunehistory.wikia.com/wiki/Wheel_of_Fortune_timeline_(syndicated) the 2nd half of the 1987-88 syndicated season]] Wheel began reserving the Free Spin (then a wedge on the wheel as opposed to the later token version) for the first round only and replacing it with a $200 wedge that was notable for using a much-thinner version of the Clarendon-like font used on the wheel wedges. This also created a bizarre wedge pattern in which there were two consecutive $200 spaces (one of regular font next to the off model example) with another $200 two spaces away.

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** Before that, [[http://wheeloffortunehistory.wikia.com/wiki/Wheel_of_Fortune_timeline_(syndicated) the 2nd half of the 1987-88 syndicated season]] Wheel began reserving the Free Spin (then a wedge on the wheel as opposed to the later token version) for the first round only and replacing it with a $200 wedge that was notable for using a much-thinner version of the Clarendon-like font used on the wheel wedges. This also created a bizarre wedge pattern in which there were two consecutive $200 spaces (one of regular font next to the off model example) with another $200 two spaces away. To the show's credit, they "upgraded" the off model $200 wedge, increasing its value to $300 for the following season. Said wedge lasted until the week after the Free Spin wedge was retired the season after that, replacing it with an on-model $500 wedge.
21st Oct '15 6:13:44 PM nombretomado
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** ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'' episode "Forever Red" had the return of Serpentera, Lord Zedd's Zord from the original series. Unfortunately, because {{Disney}} [[ExecutiveMeddling meddled]] during the episode's production[[note]]This included not allowing any outside effects company (or [[Creator/DreamQuestImages their own CG company]]) for the special[[/note]], the end result was a small, purple colored version of Serpentera rendered in, for lack of a better term, [[SpecialEffectsFailure butt-ugly]] [[ConspicuousCG CG]].

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** ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'' episode "Forever Red" had the return of Serpentera, Lord Zedd's Zord from the original series. Unfortunately, because {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} [[ExecutiveMeddling meddled]] during the episode's production[[note]]This included not allowing any outside effects company (or [[Creator/DreamQuestImages their own CG company]]) for the special[[/note]], the end result was a small, purple colored version of Serpentera rendered in, for lack of a better term, [[SpecialEffectsFailure butt-ugly]] [[ConspicuousCG CG]].
11th Sep '15 3:06:09 AM pinkdalek
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** A common problem in 1970s promotional photos, as they were taken of the dress rehearsal performance, where more simple makeup was used, rather than of the actual performance. Mostly this isn't noticeable, but does result in things like the join between Davros's mask and body being visible, or the Brigadier missing his moustache. Noah in "The Ark in Space" has a strikingly different hairstyle (big and curly) that the actor had not yet had removed, there's several shots of the Doctor trotting around Mr Sin's hideout from "The Talons of Weng-Chiang" in Tom Baker's everyday clothes but with the Doctor coat thrown on top, and there's even a few pics of Alpha Centauri from "The Curse of Peladon" missing its cape ([[UnfortunateCharacterDesign aagh]])... Philip Hinchcliffe complained about the practice, because, as the promo pics were things people could own, it made people remember the effects as being more shoddy than they actually were.



** A common problem in 1970s promotional photos, as they were taken of the dress rehearsal performance rather than of the actual performance, where more simple makeup was used. Mostly this isn't noticeable, but does result in things like the join between Davros's mask and body being visible, or the Brigadier missing his moustache.
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