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24th Jun '16 5:36:31 PM nombretomado
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* TinyToonAdventures frequently did parodies, of Film/CitizenKane, Kon-Tiki and ''Series/{{Thirtysomething}}'', among others.

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* TinyToonAdventures ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' frequently did parodies, of Film/CitizenKane, Kon-Tiki and ''Series/{{Thirtysomething}}'', among others.
19th Jun '16 5:25:39 PM Argon2
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* In the ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' episode "As Westbridge Turns", the usually realistic UrbanFantasy series parodies soap operas. Forbidden relationships, SeriousBusiness, and improbable coincidences ('My long lost sister!') abound. Of course, the change is caused by Sabrina ingesting a magical '[[JustForPun can of worms]]' and everything is back to normal at the end of the episode.
8th Jun '16 6:08:42 PM WillBGood
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* ''{{WebOriginal/Squaresville}}'' follows three realistic high-school outcasts (NOT CoolLoser or ClarkKenting spies/superstars/gangsters). Then, suddenly, it has one wonderful DeconstructiorFleet of teen drama, where the glamorous, incestuous socialitizing is interrupted by the protagonists storming in and ruining the mood. It has to be seen to be believed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6ZAsOnX6Bk.

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* ''{{WebOriginal/Squaresville}}'' follows three realistic high-school outcasts (NOT CoolLoser or ClarkKenting spies/superstars/gangsters). Then, suddenly, it has one wonderful DeconstructiorFleet DeconstructorFleet of teen drama, where the glamorous, incestuous socialitizing is interrupted by the protagonists storming in and ruining the mood. It has to be seen to be believed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6ZAsOnX6Bk.
8th Jun '16 6:08:33 PM WillBGood
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* ''{{WebOriginal/Squaresville}}'' follows three realistic high-school outcasts (NOT CoolLoser or ClarkKenting spies/superstars/gangsters). Then, suddenly, it has one wonderful DeconstructionFleet of teen drama, where the glamorous, incestuous socialitizing is interrupted by the protagonists storming in and ruining the mood. It has to be seen to be believed: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6ZAsOnX6Bk]].

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* ''{{WebOriginal/Squaresville}}'' follows three realistic high-school outcasts (NOT CoolLoser or ClarkKenting spies/superstars/gangsters). Then, suddenly, it has one wonderful DeconstructionFleet DeconstructiorFleet of teen drama, where the glamorous, incestuous socialitizing is interrupted by the protagonists storming in and ruining the mood. It has to be seen to be believed: [http://www.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6ZAsOnX6Bk]].com/watch?v=y6ZAsOnX6Bk.
21st May '16 9:20:46 AM erforce
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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' likes to [[PlayingWithATrope play with]] this trope once a season (in its second half)--while the Winchester brothers are still chasing a mystery, the format and/or subject matter of the episode (and their case) takes a comedic tone and it becomes obvious that it's parodying something: in Season 1, they made fun of ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' in "Hell House;" in Season 2, they did "Hollywood Babylon," which was an AffectionateParody of the show itself with some blink-and-you'll-miss-'em {{Take That}}s to the [[MeddlingExecutives WB/CW executives]]; Season 3 had "Ghostfacers," which was a parody of both the Ghost Hunters ''and'' ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject''. Universal Studio's classic monster movies were awesomely and [[AffectionateParody affectionately]] homaged in Season 4's aptly-named "Monster Movie." Season 5 brought us the instant-classic "Changing Channels" which parodies ''Series/GreysAnatomy'', a typical three-camera laugh-track {{sitcom}}, ''Series/KnightRider'', a commercial for a genital herpes prescription medication, and absolutely skewers ''Series/{{CSI}}''. And then Season 6 gives the ultimate SelfParody with "The French Mistake", in which the show mercilessly satirises [[BreakingTheFourthWall itself]] and everyone working on it.

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' likes to [[PlayingWithATrope play with]] this trope once a season (in its second half)--while the Winchester brothers are still chasing a mystery, the format and/or subject matter of the episode (and their case) takes a comedic tone and it becomes obvious that it's parodying something: in Season 1, they made fun of ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' in "Hell House;" in Season 2, they did "Hollywood Babylon," which was an AffectionateParody of the show itself with some blink-and-you'll-miss-'em {{Take That}}s to the [[MeddlingExecutives WB/CW executives]]; Season 3 had "Ghostfacers," which was a parody of both the Ghost Hunters ''and'' ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject''. Universal Studio's classic monster movies were awesomely and [[AffectionateParody affectionately]] homaged in Season 4's aptly-named "Monster Movie." Season 5 brought us the instant-classic "Changing Channels" which parodies ''Series/GreysAnatomy'', a typical three-camera laugh-track {{sitcom}}, ''Series/KnightRider'', a commercial for a genital herpes prescription medication, and absolutely skewers ''Series/{{CSI}}''. And then Season 6 gives the ultimate SelfParody with "The French Mistake", in which the show mercilessly satirises [[BreakingTheFourthWall itself]] and everyone working on it.
15th May '16 6:00:35 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Moesha}}'' parodied ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' in an imaginatively titled episode 'Definitely Not The Cosbys' (which was originally the working title for ''MarriedWithChildren'').

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* ''Series/{{Moesha}}'' parodied ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' in an imaginatively titled episode 'Definitely Not The Cosbys' (which was originally the working title for ''MarriedWithChildren'').''Series/MarriedWithChildren'').
21st Mar '16 4:13:35 PM nombretomado
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* The episode "And Then There Was Shawn" of ''BoyMeetsWorld'' is a parody of horror movies.

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* The episode "And Then There Was Shawn" of ''BoyMeetsWorld'' ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' is a parody of horror movies.



* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' likes to [[PlayingWithATrope play with]] this trope once a season (in its second half)--while the Winchester brothers are still chasing a mystery, the format and/or subject matter of the episode (and their case) takes a comedic tone and it becomes obvious that it's parodying something: in Season 1, they made fun of ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' in "Hell House;" in Season 2, they did "Hollywood Babylon," which was an AffectionateParody of the show itself with some blink-and-you'll-miss-'em {{Take That}}s to the [[MeddlingExecutives WB/CW executives]]; Season 3 had "Ghostfacers," which was a parody of both the Ghost Hunters ''and'' ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject''. Universal Studio's classic monster movies were awesomely and [[AffectionateParody affectionately]] homaged in Season 4's aptly-named "Monster Movie." Season 5 brought us the instant-classic "Changing Channels" which parodies ''GreysAnatomy'', a typical three-camera laugh-track {{sitcom}}, ''Series/KnightRider'', a commercial for a genital herpes prescription medication, and absolutely skewers ''Series/{{CSI}}''. And then Season 6 gives the ultimate SelfParody with "The French Mistake", in which the show mercilessly satirises [[BreakingTheFourthWall itself]] and everyone working on it.

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' likes to [[PlayingWithATrope play with]] this trope once a season (in its second half)--while the Winchester brothers are still chasing a mystery, the format and/or subject matter of the episode (and their case) takes a comedic tone and it becomes obvious that it's parodying something: in Season 1, they made fun of ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' in "Hell House;" in Season 2, they did "Hollywood Babylon," which was an AffectionateParody of the show itself with some blink-and-you'll-miss-'em {{Take That}}s to the [[MeddlingExecutives WB/CW executives]]; Season 3 had "Ghostfacers," which was a parody of both the Ghost Hunters ''and'' ''Film/TheBlairWitchProject''. Universal Studio's classic monster movies were awesomely and [[AffectionateParody affectionately]] homaged in Season 4's aptly-named "Monster Movie." Season 5 brought us the instant-classic "Changing Channels" which parodies ''GreysAnatomy'', ''Series/GreysAnatomy'', a typical three-camera laugh-track {{sitcom}}, ''Series/KnightRider'', a commercial for a genital herpes prescription medication, and absolutely skewers ''Series/{{CSI}}''. And then Season 6 gives the ultimate SelfParody with "The French Mistake", in which the show mercilessly satirises [[BreakingTheFourthWall itself]] and everyone working on it.



* ''Moesha'' parodied ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' in an imaginatively titled episode 'Definitely Not The Cosbys' (which was originally the working title for ''MarriedWithChildren'').

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* ''Moesha'' ''Series/{{Moesha}}'' parodied ''Series/TheCosbyShow'' in an imaginatively titled episode 'Definitely Not The Cosbys' (which was originally the working title for ''MarriedWithChildren'').
20th Mar '16 10:42:18 AM nombretomado
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* One episode of ''TheAngryBeavers'', "El Grapadura y El Castor Malo", inexplicably featured a parody of Mexican MaskedLuchador action films, staring masked wrestler El Grapadura (The Stapler) and Norbert as detectives. It was also voiced entirely in Spanish, with English subtitles that were at times [[FunWithForeignLanguages a rather loose translation]] [[FunWithSubtitles of what was being said]] (for example, "Señor Daggeto" being translated as "Mr. Stupid").

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* One episode of ''TheAngryBeavers'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers'', "El Grapadura y El Castor Malo", inexplicably featured a parody of Mexican MaskedLuchador action films, staring masked wrestler El Grapadura (The Stapler) and Norbert as detectives. It was also voiced entirely in Spanish, with English subtitles that were at times [[FunWithForeignLanguages a rather loose translation]] [[FunWithSubtitles of what was being said]] (for example, "Señor Daggeto" being translated as "Mr. Stupid").
18th Mar '16 8:39:01 PM Hossmeister
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25th Jan '16 1:54:23 PM Andyroid
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* ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' [[TakeThat makes fun of April Fools Day]] and called it Kooky Prank Day.

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* ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' [[TakeThat makes fun ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'': "The Canine Mutiny" is a parody of April Fools Day]] ''Film/TheCaineMutiny'' in which [=CatDog=] end up stranded at sea in a makeshift boat with Mr. Sunshine and called it Kooky Prank Day.Mervis. Cat becomes captain, and quickly goes mad with power.
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