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19th Apr '17 10:46:31 PM merotoker
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** TheNarrator makes an "OnTheNext" speech at end, [[InteractiveNarrator which puzzles the characters who, quite confused, ask who the disembodied voice is and what he is talking about]]. In the penultimate episode, the narrator has finally had enough of the characters' constant heckling and emerges in anger from a closet within the scene, announces he is leaving the series while telling them to do the "OnTheNext" speech themselves, leaving it to the alomst-completely illiterate Danny to do it instead.

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** TheNarrator The {{narrator}} makes an "OnTheNext" speech at end, [[InteractiveNarrator which puzzles the characters who, quite confused, ask who the disembodied voice is and what he is talking about]]. In the penultimate episode, the narrator has finally had enough of the characters' constant heckling and emerges in anger from a closet within the scene, announces he is leaving the series while telling them to do the "OnTheNext" speech themselves, leaving it to the alomst-completely illiterate Danny to do it instead.



* Almost every ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' game has the final section of the game end in Dr. Wily's fortress and said fortress will ''always'' have a BossRush in the second to last level. Every time Dr. Wily loses to Mega Man, he begs the blue bomber to forgive him. ''VideoGame/MegaMan9'' [[LampshadeHanging pokes fun at this]] where after Mega Man defeats Dr. Wily yet again, [[spoiler:the hero uses a slide projector to show Dr. Wily his previous 8 defeats, each one ending with the doctor begging for mercy.]]

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* Almost every ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' game has the final section of the game end in Dr. Wily's fortress and said fortress will ''always'' have a BossRush in the second to last level. Every time Dr. Wily loses to Mega Man, he begs the blue bomber to forgive him. ''VideoGame/MegaMan9'' [[LampshadeHanging pokes fun at this]] where after Mega Man defeats Dr. Wily yet again, [[spoiler:the hero uses a slide projector to show Dr. Wily his previous 8 defeats, each one ending with the doctor begging for mercy.]]mercy]].



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'', they are least two Jem songs for one Misfits in a normal episodes.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'', they are least two Jem songs for one Misfits in a normal episodes.episode.



** Also, one that was was Freddy having to accuse [[PunnyName Red Herring]] of being the villain. Ironically, during the one episode when Freddy promised to not accuse Red of anything, [[spoiler: Red really was the one behind the crime]]. Pretty bad timing, wasn't it...

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** Also, one that was was Freddy having to accuse [[PunnyName Red Herring]] of being the villain. Ironically, during the one episode when Freddy promised to not accuse Red of anything, [[spoiler: Red really was the one behind the crime]]. Pretty bad timing, wasn't it...



* ''WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker'': Woody's laugh. Subverted in that occassionally someone else performs it, usually to mock Woody (cf. "Well Oiled", "The Coo-Coo Bird"). If Woody loses he will sometimes do a pathetic whining variant (as in "The Clip Joint").

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* ''WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker'': Woody's laugh. Subverted in that occassionally occasionally someone else performs it, usually to mock Woody (cf. "Well Oiled", "The Coo-Coo Bird"). If Woody loses he will sometimes do a pathetic whining variant (as in "The Clip Joint").



** Another one would be June pulling some sort of prank on Henry. From mimicing him, randomly bleeping out what he's trying to say, etc.

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** Another one would be June pulling some sort of prank on Henry. From mimicing mimicking him, randomly bleeping out what he's trying to say, etc.
19th Apr '17 4:58:06 AM longWriter
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* ''Series/TheMrPotatoHeadShow'': Most episodes had Betty the Kitchen Fairy appear to deliver an aesop and call out the characters on jerkish behavior. If there's a problem like a monster chasing the characters, though, she won't intervene to save them. Most episodes also have a song in them.
18th Apr '17 6:42:59 PM WaterBlap
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* In ''Series/{{Psych}}'', just about every episode features a [[FundamentallyFunnyFruit pineapple]], to the point where the advertisements for some episodes advertise a sweepstakes: Find the pineapple.

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* In ''Series/{{Psych}}'', just about every episode features a [[FundamentallyFunnyFruit pineapple]], pineapple, to the point where the advertisements for some episodes advertise a sweepstakes: Find the pineapple.
16th Apr '17 12:03:59 PM Ghostkaiba297
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* ''Series/OnceUponATime'': In the second half of Season 5, up until "Last Rites", with the exception of the episodes "[[spoiler: Labor of Love]]" and "[[spoiler: Our Decay]]", each episode features a character in the underworld being damned to hell. [[spoiler: Blacktooth in "Souls of the Departed", Milah in "The Devil's Due", Captain Silver in "The Brothers Jones", Gaston in "Her Handsome Hero", Auntie Em in "Ruby Slippers", Prince James in "Sisters", and Peter Pan in "Firebird".]] One could also argue that, [[spoiler: In "Last Rites", Hades went straight to hell on death since the writers confirmed he had been lying about the Olympian Crystal erasing its victims' souls.]]
13th Apr '17 6:44:14 PM RockRaider
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* ''WesternAnimation/Bad Dog'': Every episode had the titular scene of Berkeley being called a [[TitleDrop Bad Dog]] for all the chaos he caused throughout the episode (or, in some cases, because he heard those words and thought they were directed at him), and becoming so upset that he flips onto his back and goes completely catatonic until someone calls him a good dog.

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* ''WesternAnimation/Bad Dog'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Bad Dog}}'': Every episode had the titular scene of Berkeley being called a [[TitleDrop Bad Dog]] for all the chaos he caused throughout the episode (or, in some cases, because he heard those words and thought they were directed at him), and becoming so upset that he flips onto his back and goes completely catatonic until someone calls him a good dog.
13th Apr '17 6:43:28 PM RockRaider
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* ''WesternAnimation/Bad Dog'': Every episode had the titular scene of Berkeley being called a [[TitleDrop Bad Dog]] for all the chaos he caused throughout the episode (or, in some cases, because he heard those words and thought they were directed at him), and becoming so upset that he flips onto his back and goes completely catatonic until someone calls him a good dog.
4th Apr '17 3:06:11 AM tropower
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* ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'': Once every episode all team members screamed: "Transformation" (or, if you watch the Spanish dubbing, "Mutación", that is not an accurate translation -mutación=mutation- but sounds even cooler)" to change their civilian clothes into their super-hero costumes.

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* ''Anime/ScienceNinjaTeamGatchaman'': Once every episode either Ken the Eagle, one of the other team members, or even all of the team members screamed: "Transformation" would scream "Bird Go!", "Transmute!", "G-Force Transform!", or "Eagle Mode now!" depending [[Anime/BattleOfThePlanets on]] [[Anime/GForceGuardiansOfSpace the]] [[Anime/EagleRiders version]] (or, if you watch the Spanish dubbing, "Mutación", that although this is not an accurate translation -mutación=mutation- but sounds even cooler)" to [[ByThePowerOfGrayskull change their civilian clothes into their super-hero costumes.costumes]].
4th Apr '17 2:59:38 AM tropower
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[[folder: Advertising]]
* In most commercials for Big Red chewing gum, in addition to all of the couples kissing regardless of what's going on around them, there is a scene where at least one of them usually has the guy tearing themselves away from their significant other in order to catch a train, or a bus, or have to rejoin a parade, etc.[[note]]This occurs during the "Say goodbye a little longer, make it last a little longer" line.[[/note]]
* Until the 2000s or so, each commercial Post's Pebbles has [[WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones Barney Rubble]] trying to use a different PaperThinDisguise in order to trick Fred out of his Fruity / Cocoa Pebbles cereal, all with the same result:
-->"BARNEY, my pebbles!"
* It isn't consistent, but many commercials for Kool-Aid have the Kool-Aid Man smashing though a wall, and then saying his catchphrase:
-->"Oh [[BigYes YEAH!]]"[[note]]Although he does also say it in commercials where he doesn't smash through a wall.[[/note]]
[[/folder]]
3rd Apr '17 5:33:01 AM Andyroid
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** ''Disney/{{Moana}}'': Moana is brought to tears when Maui ditches her after their failed first attempt to get past Te Ka.



* The snail in ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' appears in the background every episode (complete list of appearances [[http://adventuretime.wikia.com/wiki/Snail here]]). Despite his small appearances, he actually has an important role: [[spoiler:he's possessed by [[BigBad The Lich]]]].

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* The snail in ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' appears in the background every episode (complete list of appearances [[http://adventuretime.wikia.com/wiki/Snail here]]). Despite his small appearances, he actually has an important role: [[spoiler:he's [[spoiler:He gets possessed by [[BigBad The Lich]]]].Lich]] in "Mortal Folly", the first half of the season 2 finale]].
23rd Mar '17 8:40:50 PM Monolaf317
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* ''WebAnimation/DrHavocsDiary'': "DearDiary..."
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