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4th Jan '18 6:25:42 AM mimitchi33
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** Individual airings of ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'' used a bumper similar to the ''Dragon Tales'' example in between the "Viewers Like You" bumper and the theme song, in which the titular character explains what the episode is going to be about to the viewer.

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** Individual airings of ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'' used a bumper similar to the ''Dragon Tales'' example in between the "Viewers Like You" bumper and the theme song, in which the titular character explains what the episode is going to be about to the viewer.
4th Jan '18 6:23:46 AM mimitchi33
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* On ''WesternAnimation/SpecialAgentOso'', "The Living Holiday Lights" was presented in two parts, this was used at the end of the first part. This special case was the only time it was used on the series.


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* On ''WesternAnimation/SpecialAgentOso'', "The Living Holiday Lights" was presented in two parts, this was used at the end of the first part. This special case was the only time it was used on the series.
4th Jan '18 6:21:19 AM mimitchi33
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** The 2003 version of''Literature/TheBerenstainBears'' showed clips of the upcoming episode before the funding credits.

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** The 2003 version of''Literature/TheBerenstainBears'' of ''Literature/TheBerenstainBears'' showed clips of the upcoming episode before the funding credits.
4th Jan '18 6:20:20 AM mimitchi33
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* Creator/PBSKids went through a phase from the late 90's to early 2000's where many of their shows used these kinds of bumpers:
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'' had not one of these bumpers, but two of them. The first one, used on early airings, has a female narrator explaining the plot of the episode, while later airings used one that had a song sung by a male voice that went "Come on and spend some time with me...in the book of virtues!" and then had a male narrator comment on whatever the episode's lesson was going to be. Unlike most of these bumpers, one for the episode that was going to air that day played before the funding credits, while the next episode's preview played after the PBS Kids logo.

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* Creator/PBSKids went through a phase from the late mid 90's to early 2000's where many of their shows used these kinds of bumpers:
* ** ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'' had not one of these bumpers, but two of them. The first one, used on early airings, has a female narrator explaining the plot of the episode, while later airings used one that had a song sung by a male voice that went "Come on and spend some time with me...in the book of virtues!" and then had a male narrator comment on whatever the episode's lesson was going to be. Unlike most of these bumpers, one for the episode that was going to air that day played before the funding credits, while the next episode's preview played after the PBS Kids logo.



** ''PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch'' had bumpers that played before the end credits of each show that began with a screen that said "Coming up next on [[InsertNameHere (name of the next show)]]!" with kids' voices reading the text, followed by a short clip of the episode of the show that was going to play that day.

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** ''PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch'' had bumpers that played before the end credits of each show that began with a screen that said "Coming up next on [[InsertNameHere (name of the next show)]]!" with kids' voices reading the text, followed by a short clip of the episode of the show that was going to play that day.next.
4th Jan '18 6:18:40 AM mimitchi33
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* ''WesternAnimation/DragonTales'' had "Coming up next on ''Dragon Tales''", which was usually shown before the first set of funding credits. As PBS started adding more and more interstitial content, it became expendable and was eliminated.

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* ** ''WesternAnimation/DragonTales'' had "Coming up next on ''Dragon Tales''", which was usually shown before the first set of funding credits. As PBS started adding more and more interstitial content, it became expendable and was eliminated.eliminated. This bumper was also shown on CBC airings of the show.
4th Jan '18 6:16:40 AM mimitchi33
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* ''WesternAnimation/DragonTales'' had "Coming up next on ''Dragon Tales''", which was usually shown before the first set of funding credits. As PBS started adding more and more interstitial content, it became expendable and was eliminated.



* Another PBS show, ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'', had not one of these bumpers, but two of them. The first one, used on early airings, has a female narrator explaining the plot of the episode, while later airings used one that had a song sung by a male voice that went "Come on and spend some time with me...in the book of virtues!" and then had a male narrator comment on whatever the episode's lesson was going to be. Unlike most of these bumpers, one for the episode that was going to air that day played before the funding credits, while the next episode's preview played after the PBS Kids logo.
* ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'' used a similar bumper to the ''Dragon Tales'' example in between the "Viewers Like You" bumper and the theme song, in which the titular character explains what the episode is going to be about to the viewer.

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* Another PBS show, ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'', Creator/PBSKids went through a phase from the late 90's to early 2000's where many of their shows used these kinds of bumpers:
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues''
had not one of these bumpers, but two of them. The first one, used on early airings, has a female narrator explaining the plot of the episode, while later airings used one that had a song sung by a male voice that went "Come on and spend some time with me...in the book of virtues!" and then had a male narrator comment on whatever the episode's lesson was going to be. Unlike most of these bumpers, one for the episode that was going to air that day played before the funding credits, while the next episode's preview played after the PBS Kids logo.
** The 2003 version of''Literature/TheBerenstainBears'' showed clips of the upcoming episode before the funding credits.
** ''Series/BetweenTheLions'' showed a montage of clips from the episode that was about to be played before the funding credits.
** ''PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch'' had bumpers that played before the end credits of each show that began with a screen that said "Coming up next on [[InsertNameHere (name of the next show)]]!" with kids' voices reading the text, followed by a short clip of the episode of the show that was going to play that day.
* ''WesternAnimation/DragonTales'' had "Coming up next on ''Dragon Tales''", which was usually shown before the first set of funding credits. As PBS started adding more and more interstitial content, it became expendable and was eliminated.
** Individual airings of
''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'' used a bumper similar bumper to the ''Dragon Tales'' example in between the "Viewers Like You" bumper and the theme song, in which the titular character explains what the episode is going to be about to the viewer.viewer.
** ''Kino's Storytime'' was the very first show to use this. It started with Kino greeting the viewers and then showed parts of the stories used for the day's episode.
** ''Series/SesameStreet'' had "Coming soon on Sesame Street!", which showed a clip of the street story from the next episode, followed by Big Bird saying "Toodle-loo!". While the preview of the next episode was used until the end of the Around the Corner era, the "Toodle-loo!" part of the ending was kept until 2003.
4th Jan '18 6:01:18 AM mimitchi33
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* ''WesternAnimation/DragonTales'' had "Coming up next on ''Dragon Tales''." As PBS started adding more and more interstitial content, it became expendable and was eliminated.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DragonTales'' had "Coming up next on ''Dragon Tales''." Tales''", which was usually shown before the first set of funding credits. As PBS started adding more and more interstitial content, it became expendable and was eliminated.


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* ''WesternAnimation/GeorgeShrinks'' used a similar bumper to the ''Dragon Tales'' example in between the "Viewers Like You" bumper and the theme song, in which the titular character explains what the episode is going to be about to the viewer.
24th Dec '17 3:24:58 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''Series/ChristmasOnVesterbro'' has a narrator doing this in a voice-over at the end of every episode, [[InteractiveNarrator much to the confusion of the characters who are able to hear him, leading them to ask several question about the identity of the strange disembodied voice and the plot points he is talking about, much to the narrator's irritation]]. In the pen-ultimate episode, the narrator finally gets fed up with the characters' constant heckling, leading him to emerge from a closet while announcing that he is quitting this job for good and walks out of the scene, leaving the illiterate Danny to narrate the final "On the Next" segment.

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* ''Series/ChristmasOnVesterbro'' has a narrator doing this in a voice-over at the end of every episode, [[InteractiveNarrator much to the confusion of the characters who are able to hear him, leading them to ask several question questions about the identity of the strange disembodied voice and the plot points he is talking about, much to the narrator's irritation]]. In the pen-ultimate episode, the narrator finally gets fed up with the characters' constant heckling, leading him to emerge from a closet while announcing that he is quitting this job for good and walks out of the scene, leaving the almost illiterate Danny to narrate the final "On the Next" segment.
24th Dec '17 5:54:40 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''Series/ChristmasOnVesterbro'' has a narrator doing this in a voice-over at the end of every episode, [[InteractiveNarrator much to the confusion of the characters who are able to hear him, leading them to ask several question about the identity of the strange disembodied voice and the plot points he is talking about, much to the narrator's irritation]]. In the pen-ultimate episode, the narrator finally gets fed up with the characters' constant heckling, leading him to emerge from a closet while announcing that he is quitting this job for good and walks out of the scene, leaving the illiterate Danny to narrate the final "On the Next" segment.
21st Dec '17 2:57:03 PM mimitchi33
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* Another PBS show, ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'' had not one of these bumpers, but two of them. The first one, used on early airings, has a female narrator explaining the plot of the episode, while later airings used one that had a song sung by a male voice that went "Come on and spend some time with me...in the book of virtues!" and then had a male narrator comment on whatever the episode's lesson was going to be. Unlike most of these bumpers, one for the episode that was going to air that day played before the funding credits, while the next episode's preview played after the PBS Kids logo.

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* Another PBS show, ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'' ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresFromTheBookOfVirtues'', had not one of these bumpers, but two of them. The first one, used on early airings, has a female narrator explaining the plot of the episode, while later airings used one that had a song sung by a male voice that went "Come on and spend some time with me...in the book of virtues!" and then had a male narrator comment on whatever the episode's lesson was going to be. Unlike most of these bumpers, one for the episode that was going to air that day played before the funding credits, while the next episode's preview played after the PBS Kids logo.
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