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18th Apr '17 6:26:40 AM zaqq
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* ''Monsters'' from the Music/BlueOysterCult album ''Cultesourous Erectus'' starts off as a traditional AOR track, but then by the middle it quickly switches to a Jazz-lounge sort of feel.

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* ''Monsters'' from the Music/BlueOysterCult album ''Cultesourous ''Cultösaurus Erectus'' starts off as a traditional AOR track, but then by the middle it quickly switches to a Jazz-lounge sort of feel.
13th Apr '17 5:25:35 PM mariofan1000
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has "Space Race", the two-part finale of the third season, which stands out for being a full-on ScienceFiction story about a mutiny on a space station and [[spoiler: a plot to colonize Mars]] in a [[WorkCom workplace comedy]] about [[SpyFiction spies]]. Although to be fair, it is a direct spoof of [[Film/Moonraker a James Bond film.]]
** The 8th season was also an [[ExaggeratedTrope entire season]] that is straight up FilmNoir, justified as being Archer's [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has "Space Race", the two-part finale of the third season, which stands out for being a full-on ScienceFiction story about a mutiny on a space station and [[spoiler: a plot to colonize Mars]] in a [[WorkCom workplace comedy]] about [[SpyFiction spies]]. Although to be fair, it is a direct spoof of [[Film/Moonraker [[Film/{{Moonraker}} a James Bond film.]]
** The 8th season was also an [[ExaggeratedTrope entire season]] that is straight up FilmNoir, justified as being Archer's [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream.]]]] It's also [[CerebusSyndrome considerably more dramatic]] than the rest of the series.
13th Apr '17 5:22:07 PM mariofan1000
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has "Space Race", the two-part finale of the third season, which stands out for being a full-on ScienceFiction story about a mutiny on a space station and [[spoiler: a plot to colonize Mars]] in a [[WorkCom workplace comedy]] about [[SpyFiction spies]]. Although to be fair, it is a direct spoof of a [[Film/{{Moonraker}} James Bond film.]]
** The 8th season has also begun as an [[ExaggeratedTrope entire season]] that is straight up FilmNoir, justified as being Archer's [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has "Space Race", the two-part finale of the third season, which stands out for being a full-on ScienceFiction story about a mutiny on a space station and [[spoiler: a plot to colonize Mars]] in a [[WorkCom workplace comedy]] about [[SpyFiction spies]]. Although to be fair, it is a direct spoof of [[Film/Moonraker a [[Film/{{Moonraker}} James Bond film.]]
** The 8th season has was also begun as an [[ExaggeratedTrope entire season]] that is straight up FilmNoir, justified as being Archer's [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream.]]
12th Apr '17 3:20:53 AM Couran
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** There's also an [[ExaggeratedTrope entire season]] that is straight up FilmNoir, justified as being Archer's [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream.]]

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** There's The 8th season has also begun as an [[ExaggeratedTrope entire season]] that is straight up FilmNoir, justified as being Archer's [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream.]]
11th Apr '17 4:34:50 PM mariofan1000
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has "Space Race", the two-part finale of the third season, which stands out for being a full-on ScienceFiction story about a mutiny on a space station and [[spoiler: a plot to colonize Mars]] in a [[WorkCom workplace comedy]] about [[SpyFiction spies]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has "Space Race", the two-part finale of the third season, which stands out for being a full-on ScienceFiction story about a mutiny on a space station and [[spoiler: a plot to colonize Mars]] in a [[WorkCom workplace comedy]] about [[SpyFiction spies]]. Although to be fair, it is a direct spoof of a [[Film/{{Moonraker}} James Bond film.]]
** There's also an [[ExaggeratedTrope entire season]] that is straight up FilmNoir, justified as being Archer's [[AdventuresInComaland coma dream.]]
29th Mar '17 6:01:42 AM Morgenthaler
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** The BannedEpisode "Partial Terms of Endearment" was also a traditional VerySpecialEpisode (save for the end) that focused on abortion and the right to life vs. pro-choice argument (which actually was handled well, according to SethMacFarlane and many critics who managed to see the episode, despite that it went direct-to-DVD and, as of 2013, has not aired on television in full[[note]]Scenes of and discussion about this episode were included on a 200th episode retrospective, with SethMacFarlane explaining why FOX won't air the episode[[/note]][[note]]It has, however aired on the BBC at least[[/note]]).

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** The BannedEpisode "Partial Terms of Endearment" was also a traditional VerySpecialEpisode (save for the end) that focused on abortion and the right to life vs. pro-choice argument (which actually was handled well, according to SethMacFarlane Creator/SethMacFarlane and many critics who managed to see the episode, despite that it went direct-to-DVD and, as of 2013, has not aired on television in full[[note]]Scenes of and discussion about this episode were included on a 200th episode retrospective, with SethMacFarlane Seth [=MacFarlane=] explaining why FOX won't air the episode[[/note]][[note]]It has, however aired on the BBC at least[[/note]]).
24th Mar '17 2:03:56 PM Divra
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* GeorgeFredericHandel, composer of such masterpieces as "Music For The Royal Fireworks" and the oratorio ''Messiah'' (of "Hallelujah Chorus" fame) is less famous, but equally important as one of the driving forces in preservation of Irish folk music. He spent a lot of his career in Dublin (then England's second city and cultural capital) and spent a lot of his free time collecting and notating airs and dance tunes he heard in the city.
23rd Mar '17 12:10:59 PM lavendermintrose
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* In an episode of the [[IdolSinger idol series]] ''Anime/MarginalNumber4'', the titular group mentions that they will be starring in a mystery drama. The next episode presents [[ShowWithinAShow that drama as the whole episode]] - without warning, but you catch on quickly enough that they're acting.
11th Mar '17 10:47:43 PM vexer
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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' has "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q.", which actually shows domestic abuse in a serious light and barely has any jokes in it (save for Peter mistaking Gwyneth Paltrow for a sick golden retriever and Peter confusing Portuguese for "porch of geese"), which is odd, given how much the show makes fun of women getting abused, insulted, and beaten.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' has "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q.", which actually shows domestic abuse in a serious light and barely has any jokes in it (save for Peter mistaking Gwyneth Paltrow for a sick golden retriever and Peter confusing Portuguese for "porch of geese"), which is odd, given how much the show makes fun of women getting abused, insulted, and beaten.it.
10th Mar '17 9:01:23 AM matruz
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** Chapter 92 of the manga could be described as a full-on [[spoiler:World War I]]-era War Drama.

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** Chapter 92 91 of the manga could be described as a full-on [[spoiler:World War I]]-era War Drama.
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