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12th Feb '17 4:03:57 PM SirVancelot131
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* Every episode from ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'' up to ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'' had these.

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* Every episode from ''Series/PowerRangersInSpace'' up to ''Series/PowerRangersWildForce'' had these. They were removed when released on Netflix.
20th Dec '16 1:11:33 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/ATouchOfCloth'': Parodied. The "next episode" montages feature completely non-existent plots. For instance, the one for the third series had an AlienInvasion and ghost banshees.

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* ''Series/ATouchOfCloth'': Parodied. The "next episode" montages feature completely non-existent plots. For instance, the one for the third series had an AlienInvasion and ghost banshees.banshees (in a show that spoofs gritty cop dramas).
26th Nov '16 8:31:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[{{Parody}} Parodied]] on the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episode "Chronicles of Meap." At the beginning of the episode, it makes it look like the episode is actually an episode of a show called "Chronicles of Meap" (and that the episode is actually called [[{{Transformers}} "More Than Meaps the Eye"]]). At the end of the episode, they do a fake preview for another episode of "Chronicles of Meap" called [[SleeplessInSeattle "Meapless in Seattle"]] featuring multiple action movie cliches such as [[TurnInYourBadge Major Monogram ordering Agent P to turn in his hat]], Perry throwing his chair at the screen in retort, Candace expressing shock at Jeremy attending something, and Suzy and Meap fighting.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'':
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[[{{Parody}} Parodied]] on the ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' episode "Chronicles of Meap." At the beginning of the episode, it makes it look like the episode is actually an episode of a show called "Chronicles of Meap" (and that the episode is actually called [[{{Transformers}} "More Than Meaps the Eye"]]). At the end of the episode, they do a fake preview for another episode of "Chronicles of Meap" called [[SleeplessInSeattle "Meapless in Seattle"]] featuring multiple action movie cliches such as [[TurnInYourBadge Major Monogram ordering Agent P to turn in his hat]], Perry throwing his chair at the screen in retort, Candace expressing shock at Jeremy attending something, and Suzy and Meap fighting.
24th Nov '16 4:01:19 AM HighCrate
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* Nearly every anime (even episodic ones) does this for every episode (except the last, obviously). Most shows simply have a character narrate something to the effect of "on the next episode, our heroes raid the enemy base," or whatever. Some shows, however, are a little more creative with this.
4th Nov '16 2:03:46 PM AkoSiKuya23
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** ''[[VideoGame/{{Disgaea 5}} Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance]]'' has Seraphina continue the tradition, only this time, she has silly versions of her allies join her in her narration, who often worship the ground she's on, while their real counterparts snark at the proceedings. Also, unlike the previous games, ''Disgaea 5'' uses CG event art instead of sprites, allowing for some really over-the-top depictions of the characters.

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*** Extra episodes released via DLC or the UpdatedRerelease brings with it new segments. ''The Fuka and Desco Show'' episodes end with Fuka being portrayed as a lovesick maiden who gets a new boyfriend to over her every episode while the ''Time Leap'' segments initially start out as a normal recap of Tyrant Valvatorez' adventures only for the present-day Prinny Instructor Valvatorez to hijack the entire segment for more sardine trivia.
** ''[[VideoGame/{{Disgaea 5}} Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance]]'' has Seraphina continue the tradition, only this time, she has silly versions of her allies join her in her narration, who often worship the ground she's on, while their real counterparts snark at the proceedings. Also, unlike the previous games, ''Disgaea 5'' uses CG event art instead of sprites, allowing for some really ''really'' over-the-top depictions of the characters.
1st Nov '16 1:34:43 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/ATouchOfCloth'': Parodied. The "next episode" montages feature completely non-existent plots. For instance, the one for the third series had an AlienInvasion and ghost banshees.
30th Oct '16 11:31:37 AM nombretomado
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* In a two-part episode of ''HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' ("Deadomutt"), Birdman is facing the death penalty. During the credits, the next episode is previewed: the jury foreman reads the "not guilty" verdict, then a JumpCut to Birdman being strapped into the electric chair.

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* In a two-part episode of ''HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'' ("Deadomutt"), Birdman is facing the death penalty. During the credits, the next episode is previewed: the jury foreman reads the "not guilty" verdict, then a JumpCut to Birdman being strapped into the electric chair.
23rd Oct '16 12:31:30 PM nombretomado
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*** In the Japanese versions, Son Goku greeted everyone saying "Ossu! Ora Gokuu!" and explained the next episode with other character's lines from the next episode helping explain the plot. FUNimation never got these next episode previews from Toei until their release of the Dragon Box, forcing them to make their own previews.

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*** In the Japanese versions, Son Goku greeted everyone saying "Ossu! Ora Gokuu!" and explained the next episode with other character's lines from the next episode helping explain the plot. FUNimation Creator/FUNimation never got these next episode previews from Toei until their release of the Dragon Box, forcing them to make their own previews.
5th Oct '16 9:20:55 PM StongRadd
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* {{Parodied|Trope}} in the final episode of ''WebAnimation/MegaManDiesAtTheEnd''. Every previous episode has one of these, and it's usually played straight, but since Mega Man... [[SpoilerTitle well...]] [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin dies at the end]], the one in this episode is just the lifeless corpse of Mega Man.

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* {{Parodied|Trope}} in the final episode of [[spoiler:season one of]] ''WebAnimation/MegaManDiesAtTheEnd''. Every previous episode has one of these, and it's usually played straight, but since Mega Man... [[SpoilerTitle well...]] [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin dies at the end]], the one in this episode is just the lifeless corpse of Mega Man. Parodied throughout the rest of the season as well, since the "teaser" is, for the most part, an short out-of-context clip of the next episode. [[spoiler: This continues partway into season two before getting dropped until the multi-part finale. Parodied in the season two (and series) finale as well; since it really is the end this time, it cuts to a test screen.]]
24th Sep '16 4:42:11 PM nombretomado
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* ''CloneHigh'' did this all the time; one episode even has the narrator 'accidentally' spoil the [[PaperThinDisguise 'twist']] ending of the next VerySpecialEpisode.

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* ''CloneHigh'' ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'' did this all the time; one episode even has the narrator 'accidentally' spoil the [[PaperThinDisguise 'twist']] ending of the next VerySpecialEpisode.
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