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24th Jun '17 11:05:35 AM BKelly95
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* The tenth season of ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' ends with one. While Amy's away at Princeton, Sheldon hires a female assistant who seemingly has a crush on him. Finally, they're alone in his office and she kisses him without his consent. He responds by saying he has something to do and walking out the door. We then see him walk out of the building, get into a taxi, ride to the airport, book a flight, take that flight, land in New Jersey, take another taxi to Princeton, walk into the building where Amy is staying, walk up to her room, give his signature knock, and [[spoiler: propose to her.]]
24th Jun '17 12:58:07 AM 59Efra
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* Manel Muzas from ''WebAnimation/CalicoElectronico'' can spend ''hours'' laughing at a joke he told. It's shown by way of a TimeCompressionMontage -- which still can be pretty long itself.
22nd Jun '17 6:42:31 AM Sonofstranger
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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVV34E061A4 the]] [[WesternAnimation/TheNutshack nutshack theme]] but every nutshack is replaced with the entire reading of the [[WesternAnimation/BeeMovie bee movie]] script". A large series of these types of these nesting videos, which Creator/EmperorLemon calls "But-edits", has become a [[MemeticMutation meme]] in YouTube culture, taking this trope UpToEleven. As [=EmpLemon=] himself describes it:
--->"You take ''WesternAnimation/TheNutshack'' theme, but replace each "Nutshack" with Music/SmashMouth's "All Star", and replace each "All Star" with the ''WesternAnimation/{{Cyberchase}}'' theme, then replace every other syllable with the entirety of ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey'', and every time the Monolith appears, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BonziBuddy BonziBuddy]] reads the entire ''WesternAnimation/BeeMovie'' script, but every time he says "bee" it's replaced with the entire ''[[Film/PaulBlartMallCop Paul Blart]]'' movie, and every time someone says "Paul Blart", it's replaced with Wresling/JohnCena's intro. Now, as you can see, we started off with a simple 60 second long intro, but after just a few operations, we now have something longer than the entire age of the observable universe."
18th Jun '17 3:07:29 PM darkchiefy
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* WebVideo/{{Decker}} has had a couple
** Episode 4 of ''Decker: Classified'' features a motorbike scene lasting over a minute. An overlay for the first 20 seconds plots his journey on a map and then disappears and the rock music playing in the background eventually comes to a stop only to start playing a few seconds later. Then the whole thing repeats.
**''Decker: Unclassified'' shows Decker aboard a plane, trying to tell the pilot's name, "Michael Victor", to Kington over a radio link. After saying the name, he begins to spell it out loud using the phonetic alphabet, and Kington tries to interrupt him with "Got it. Michael Victor." halfway through. He doesn't stop.
18th Jun '17 6:06:57 AM Andyroid
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** The outro for "Hearing Aid".
** The outro for "Spy", which tends to get extended even further in live performances.

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** The outro for "Hearing Aid".
Aid" is several bars of slowly fading noise and music.
** The outro for "Spy", "Spy" is a long series of [[LastNoteHilarity comically discordant saxophone noises and guitar chords]], which tends to get extended even further in live performances.
16th Jun '17 7:40:18 PM BJV
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* Zendaya has gone from the name of a singer to a tired joke that has shown up in every Marvel affiliated WMG page, as well as random pages unconnected to Marvel at all. This is most often done by suggesting that a character will be played by her ([[RuleOfFunny Especially if the character is a man]]).
16th Jun '17 12:51:46 PM whatkindofadayhasitbeen
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* ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' uses this far too frequently to count, although it never stops being funny.
** Jake Peralta is the most common culprit of this, if not the only one.
15th Jun '17 10:04:36 PM LinTaylor
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* Episode 5 of ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan W'' opens with Nyarko and Cuuko playing cards while Mahiro's mother uses an alien vacuum cleaner (basically, an excuse to have repeated cries of [[Series/KamenRiderDouble "Cyclone!" "Joker!"]]), until it gets on Mahiro's nerves and he sucks the cards up in the vacuum. The gag is repeated at the start of Episode 9, with Mahiro even [[LampshadeHanging lampshading]] the ''déjà vu'', but it quickly gets interrupted by Hasuta. There is a point to the gag, however; both episodes in question focus on Cuuko's ClingyJealousGirl cousin Cuune.

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* Episode 5 of ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan W'' opens with Nyarko and Cuuko playing cards while Mahiro's mother uses an alien vacuum cleaner (basically, an excuse to have repeated cries of [[Series/KamenRiderDouble "Cyclone!" "Joker!"]]), until it gets on Mahiro's nerves and he sucks the cards up in the vacuum. The gag is repeated at the start of Episode 9, with Mahiro even [[LampshadeHanging lampshading]] the ''déjà vu'', but it quickly gets interrupted by Hasuta. Hasta. There is a point are two points to the gag, however; one, both episodes in question focus on Cuuko's ClingyJealousGirl cousin Cuune.Cuune, and two, it sets up a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]] of ChekhovsGun at the end of the latter episode where Mahiro and Nyarko both remark that, with all the attention it got, they expected the vacuum to be more relevant to the plot.
10th Jun '17 2:39:31 PM nombretomado
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** This gag is also used in a WoodyWoodpecker cartoon (with Woody, Buzz Buzzard and Inspector Willoughby replacing Popeye, Bluto and Wimpy, respectively).

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** This gag is also used in a WoodyWoodpecker WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker cartoon (with Woody, Buzz Buzzard and Inspector Willoughby replacing Popeye, Bluto and Wimpy, respectively).
7th Jun '17 7:51:56 AM ClatoLawa
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** There's also the scene from "Grade School Confidential" when Martin is inviting people to his birthday party, he hands one to Nelson saying "Here you are Nelson!" and Nelson pushing the invitation off his desk while making a "pfft" sound, this goes on for about 30 seconds.
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