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31st Jan '16 8:43:00 AM dotchan
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* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''--Supplemental material engages in a little bit of BitingTheHandHumor, describing fanfiction in the most over the top WhatDoYouMeanItsNotHeinous way possible:
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* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''--Supplemental material engages in a little bit of BitingTheHandHumor, TakeThatAudience, describing fanfiction in the most over the top WhatDoYouMeanItsNotHeinous way possible:
15th Dec '15 10:01:11 AM Fairportfan
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* In ''Young Sentinels (Wearing the Cape Series Book 3)'' by Creator/MarionGHarmon, one of the trainee superheroes asks series protagonist/teamleader Astra what's the downside about being a superhero, and she says "Fanfic!" ("I'd never heard her swear, but the way she said it sounded filthy.")
12th Dec '15 7:38:20 PM nombretomado
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** Fanfic. Not so bad, but there's a story about how "[[XWingSeries Wedge and Corran]] are the best of friends. SLASH!" Corran doesn't know what [[SlashFic slash]] is, does agree that he's good friends with Wedge, reads a few paragraphs, and gets pissed.
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** Fanfic. Not so bad, but there's a story about how "[[XWingSeries "[[ComicBook/XWingSeries Wedge and Corran]] are the best of friends. SLASH!" Corran doesn't know what [[SlashFic slash]] is, does agree that he's good friends with Wedge, reads a few paragraphs, and gets pissed.
26th Nov '15 8:45:21 PM nombretomado
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* One episode of ''Series/{{Monk}}'' has the title detective working with an obsessed fangirl played by SarahSilverman, who had become such a huge fan after being impressed at how he was able to solve an incredibly difficult case in a previous episode. When the two are cornered by the episode's killer-of-the-week, Sarah's character says that Monk should use his gun to defend himself. When Monk reminds her he doesn't carry a gun, she realizes that she'd confused things with a fanfiction story she'd written about him where he did.
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* One episode of ''Series/{{Monk}}'' has the title detective working with an obsessed fangirl played by SarahSilverman, Creator/SarahSilverman, who had become such a huge fan after being impressed at how he was able to solve an incredibly difficult case in a previous episode. When the two are cornered by the episode's killer-of-the-week, Sarah's character says that Monk should use his gun to defend himself. When Monk reminds her he doesn't carry a gun, she realizes that she'd confused things with a fanfiction story she'd written about him where he did.
13th Nov '15 11:31:41 AM JoeMerl
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has [[Recap/SouthParkS19E6TweekXCraig Tweek x Craig]]. The title characters have barely ever interacted in the show, but are [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight probably the third most popular ship]] in the fandom. In the episode, they discover that the school's Asian exchange students are all drawing yaoi of them for no explained reason, which leads most of the town to [[MistakenForGay think they're really together]]. [[spoiler:They eventually give into peer pressure and pretend to start dating]].
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has [[Recap/SouthParkS19E6TweekXCraig "[[Recap/SouthParkS19E6TweekXCraig Tweek x Craig]]. Craig]]." The title characters have barely ever interacted in the show, but are [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight probably the third most popular ship]] in the fandom. In the episode, they discover that the school's Asian exchange students are all drawing yaoi of them for no explained reason, which leads most reason. Most of the town to [[MistakenForGay think they're really together]]. [[spoiler:They eventually give into peer pressure become [[ShipperOnDeck Shippers on Deck]] in a way that a lot of fan actually found less mean-spirited than one would expect. In the end, Tweek and pretend Craig [[spoiler:pretend to start dating]].
13th Nov '15 11:28:02 AM JoeMerl
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has [[Recap/SouthParkS19E6TweekXCraig Tweek x Craig]]. The title characters have barely ever interacted in the show, but are [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight probably the third most popular ship]] in the fandom. In the episode, they discover that the school's Asian exchange students are all drawing yaoi of them for no explained reason, which leads most of the town to [[MistakenForGay think they're really together]]. [[spoiler:They eventually give into peer pressure and pretend to start dating]].
12th Nov '15 6:58:06 AM MrUgg
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* Mr Law's Manga/ToLoveRu fanfic [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11591414/2/To-Love-CARNAGE To-Love-Carnage]] shows Rito and Yui implying that they already know they're in a fanfic.
12th Nov '15 2:31:56 AM Siblings-Curse
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* [[{{Music/DongBangShinKi}} DBSK's]] Jaejoong and Yunho were both [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKwfz7egE0Q very aware]] about just how much their fans LOVED them together. Jaejoong complained that [[MisterSeahorse he was always the mother]], then they talked about how it's 'YunJae' - implying that Yunho 'topped' in the relationship - and not 'JaeHo' - implying the same thing for Jaejoong. They decided YunJae sounded better, and kept it at that.
5th Nov '15 5:22:52 PM nombretomado
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* The [[http://jusenkyo.wikia.com/wiki/Revenge-fic "Revenge Wars"]] fanfic cycle of the middle-to-late 1990s is based on completely embracing this trope and then running with it for all it was worth. It was started by Scott "SKJAM" Jamison's 1996 fic ''[[ftp://ftp.gweep.ca/pub/anime/anime-fan-works/Ranma/ranma.sauce.gz Sauce]]'', in which the cast of ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma 1/2]]'' decide that turnabout is fair play for a certain fic author, but soon exploded into a massive collaborative effort with stories that ranged from whimsical to chilling.
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* The [[http://jusenkyo.wikia.com/wiki/Revenge-fic "Revenge Wars"]] fanfic cycle of the middle-to-late 1990s is based on completely embracing this trope and then running with it for all it was worth. It was started by Scott "SKJAM" Jamison's 1996 fic ''[[ftp://ftp.gweep.ca/pub/anime/anime-fan-works/Ranma/ranma.sauce.gz Sauce]]'', in which the cast of ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma 1/2]]'' ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' decide that turnabout is fair play for a certain fic author, but soon exploded into a massive collaborative effort with stories that ranged from whimsical to chilling.
26th Oct '15 8:34:58 PM eroock
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-->--''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', "[[Recap/SupernaturalS04E18TheMonsterAtTheEndOfThisBook The Monster At The End Of This Book]]"
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-->--''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', -->-- ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', "[[Recap/SupernaturalS04E18TheMonsterAtTheEndOfThisBook The Monster At The End Of This Book]]"
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