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18th Aug '16 10:52:01 AM Movienut376
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**Not to mention having Paul Newman, who bad experience in auto racing himself, voice Doc Hudson, a retired racing champion.
24th Jul '16 8:00:15 PM LadyNorbert
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'''Big Daddy Boo''': No, that's big 'a ''me''!\\

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'''Big Daddy Boo''': No, that's big 'a ''me''!\\''me''!



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rango}}'', among several other references, has a short scene in the beginning of the movie where the protagonist lizard Rango (voiced by Johnny Depp) crashes into the windshield of a red sportscar with in it two characters that are unmistakably Raoul Duke (also Johnny Depp) and his attorney from ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rango}}'', among several other references, has a short scene in the beginning of the movie where the protagonist lizard Rango (voiced by Johnny Depp) crashes into the windshield of a red sportscar sports car with in it two characters that are unmistakably Raoul Duke (also Johnny Depp) and his attorney from ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas''.



--->'''Morgan''': Remember, when you go out not to put too much makeup otherwise the boys will get the wrong idea and you know how they are...\\

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--->'''Morgan''': Remember, when you go out not to put too much makeup otherwise makeup; otherwise, the boys will get the wrong idea and you know how they are...\\



* In the Creator/JimCarrey version of ''Film/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas'', the Grinch as a young boy looks in at a Christmas party where people are dropping keys into a fishbowl; indicating this was a ''swingers'' party.
** Seconds before the keys are dropped into the fishbowl, a pair of Whos walk across the window, a man giving a woman a * ahem* "Reverse Piggy Backride".
** In another scene, babies fall from the sky in baskets with umbrellas, a variant upon the Stork myth. A man sees a baby outside his own house, and joyously shouts to his wife that the baby is here, only to realize "He looks just like your boss..."

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* In the Creator/JimCarrey version of ''Film/HowTheGrinchStoleChristmas'', the Grinch as a young boy looks in at a Christmas party where people are dropping keys into a fishbowl; fishbowl, indicating this was a ''swingers'' party.
** Seconds before the keys are dropped into the fishbowl, a pair of Whos walk across the window, a man giving a woman a * ahem* "Reverse Piggy Backride".
Backride."
** In another scene, babies fall from the sky in baskets with umbrellas, a variant upon the Stork myth. A man sees a baby outside his own house, and joyously shouts to his wife that the baby is here, only to realize that "He looks just like your boss..."



'''Roger:''' Oh, Pongo-boy, you old ''rascal''!

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'''Roger:''' Oh, Pongo-boy, Pongo, you old ''rascal''!



---> '''Charlie:''' Woah! You're flying!\\

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---> '''Charlie:''' Woah! Whoa! You're flying!\\



** Including a ''nude scene'' for Princess Peach. [[spoiler:[[InvisibleStreaker She was invisible at the time]]]].

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** Including a ''nude scene'' for Princess Peach. [[spoiler:[[InvisibleStreaker She was invisible at the time]]]].time]].]]
15th Jul '16 5:43:25 AM LegitimateIdiot
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* In the ''Literature/Rainbow Magic'' series, the king and queen of Fairyland are named Oberon and Titania, the names of the fairy king and queen in ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream.'' To drive the point home, the kingdom has an annual party called the Midsummer Ball. Keep in mind that the series is for girls under the age of 10.

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* In the ''Literature/Rainbow Magic'' ''Literature/RainbowMagic'' series, the king and queen of Fairyland are named Oberon and Titania, the names of the fairy king and queen in ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream.'' To drive the point home, the kingdom has an annual party called the Midsummer Ball. Keep in mind that the series is for girls under the age of 10.
15th Jul '16 5:42:34 AM LegitimateIdiot
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* In the ''Rainbow Magic'' series (for girls under 10 years old), the king and queen of Fairyland are named Oberon and Titania, the names of the fairy king and queen in ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream.'' To drive the point home, the kingdom has an annual party called the Midsummer Ball.

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* In the ''Rainbow ''Literature/Rainbow Magic'' series (for girls under 10 years old), series, the king and queen of Fairyland are named Oberon and Titania, the names of the fairy king and queen in ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream.'' To drive the point home, the kingdom has an annual party called the Midsummer Ball. Keep in mind that the series is for girls under the age of 10.
** Some of the characters' names are references to celebrities. Rebecca's book has several references to Music/ElvisPresley, while Lucy the Diamond Fairy is a Shout-Out to Music/TheBeatles.



* In the ''Literature/RainbowMagic'' series, some of the characters' names are references to celebrities.
** Rebecca's book has several references to Music/ElvisPresley.
** Lucy the Diamond Fairy is a Shout-Out to Music/TheBeatles.
3rd Apr '16 8:14:59 PM bobwolf
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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'': The ShoutOut to both {{the Godfather}} and {{Breaking Bad}} hopefully go over the heads of the kids in the audience.
30th Mar '16 6:29:56 PM TheGreenHerring
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* The ''VideoGame/SegaSuperstars'' series is made to please gamers of all ages. The children play them for the ''[[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]]'' and ''VideoGame/SuperMonkeyBall'' characters, while the teens and adults play them for the classic Sega characters like [=NiGHTS=], Beat, Ulala, and Ryo Hazuki. Most children will be asking their parents, "Daddy, who's the guy with the headphones and goggles? Who's the pink-haired girl? Who's the guy on the motorcycle?" And so on.

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* The ''VideoGame/SegaSuperstars'' series is made to please gamers of all ages. The children play them for the ''[[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]]'' and ''VideoGame/SuperMonkeyBall'' characters, while the teens and adults play them for the classic Sega characters like [=NiGHTS=], Beat, Ulala, VideoGame/{{NiGHTS|IntoDreams}}, [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio Beat]], [[VideoGame/SpaceChannel5 Ulala]], and [[VideoGame/{{Shenmue}} Ryo Hazuki.Hazuki]]. Most children will be asking their parents, "Daddy, who's the guy with the headphones and goggles? Who's the pink-haired girl? Who's the guy on the motorcycle?" And so on.
21st Mar '16 9:55:57 PM JakeLim
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* The Kia Sorento 2014 space babies [[http://youtu.be/t535BjVmXq8 commercial]] features a very kid friendly and funny [[DeliveryStork "Daddy, where do babies come from?"]] story. The rocket ships "penetrating" Earth's atmosphere will be very familiar to anyone who's had biology.

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* The Kia Sorento 2014 [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5vbGQb7jR0 space babies [[http://youtu.be/t535BjVmXq8 commercial]] features a very kid friendly and funny [[DeliveryStork "Daddy, where do babies come from?"]] story. The rocket ships "penetrating" Earth's atmosphere will be very familiar to anyone who's had biology.
3rd Mar '16 2:24:15 PM StFan
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* The absolute king of this trope was ''Series/SquareOneTV'', which had an average of a Parental Bonus a minute. Sketches parodied everything from ''Series/MaxHeadroom'' to ''VideoGame/{{Pac-Man}}'', and the musical numbers were always a style spoof (like the country-western "Nine, Nine, Nine" or the glam-rock "Angle Dance"). Each episode ended with a mystery called ''Mathnet'', an elaborate (and sometimes disturbingly true-to-form) parody of ''Franchise/{{Dragnet}}'', where agent Kate Monday (later changed to Pat Tuesday) flashed her calculator as a badge. In one "Mathnet" sequence, we hear a voice over an airport intercom: "Will Miss Amelia Earhart please come to the front? Miss Earhart, we have your luggage."

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* The absolute king of this trope was ''Series/SquareOneTV'', which had an average of a Parental Bonus a minute. Sketches parodied everything from ''Series/MaxHeadroom'' to ''VideoGame/{{Pac-Man}}'', ''VideoGame/PacMan'', and the musical numbers were always a style spoof (like the country-western "Nine, Nine, Nine" or the glam-rock "Angle Dance"). Each episode ended with a mystery called ''Mathnet'', an elaborate (and sometimes disturbingly true-to-form) parody of ''Franchise/{{Dragnet}}'', where agent Kate Monday (later changed to Pat Tuesday) flashed her calculator as a badge. In one "Mathnet" sequence, we hear a voice over an airport intercom: "Will Miss Amelia Earhart please come to the front? Miss Earhart, we have your luggage."
20th Feb '16 2:28:20 AM Kpriv
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* "[[Series/{{Victorious}}]]," turned over an episode to The Breakfast Bunch", an homage to [[{Film/TheBreakfastClub}}]], where tacos replaced marijuana as the tried-for-the-first-time object, and later a segment of the surreal "April Fool's Blank" included an {{Expy}} of the 70's [[Series{{Match Game}}]], with eerily good set and costume design and correlation of characters to the show's typical panel; then lampshaded that no kid in the audience would understand the reference.


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* "[[Series/{{Victorious}}]]," ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' turned over an episode to The Breakfast Bunch", Bunch, an homage to [[{Film/TheBreakfastClub}}]], where tacos ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'', (tacos replaced marijuana as the tried-for-the-first-time object, vice), and later a segment of the surreal "April Fool's Blank" included an {{Expy}} of the 70's [[Series{{Match Game}}]], ''Series/MatchGame'', with eerily good set and costume design [[http://www.childstarlets.com/captures/public/vjustice/victorious09/vjvich089.jpg]] and correlation of characters to the show's typical panel; then lampshaded that no kid in the audience would understand the reference.

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** ''Series/SamAndCat'' dipped into this pool often. A key intersection mentioned in multiple episode was Shields and Yarnell, also the names of a mime duo that was a regular on 70's TV. Another episode has senior citizen Nona's mention that past lovers include pro basketball legend Bob McAdoo and the poet laureate of 70's game shows Nipsey Russell.
20th Feb '16 2:07:11 AM Kpriv
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* "[[Series/{{Victorious}}]]," turned over an episode to The Breakfast Bunch", an homage to [[{Film/TheBreakfastClub}}]], where tacos replaced marijuana as the tried-for-the-first-time object, and later a segment of the surreal "April Fool's Blank" included an {{Expy}} of the 70's [[Series{{Match Game}}]], with eerily good set and costume design and correlation of characters to the show's typical panel; then lampshaded that no kid in the audience would understand the reference.

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