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11th Aug '16 1:23:31 PM margdean56
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* In ''ComicBook/AstroCity'' story "Pastoral", when Cammie [[FollowTheWhiteRabbit follows the kitten into the barn]], we get a shot of her fact, half in shadow, showing her shock; then we get her back in the house working on a new email that shows she's decided [[spoiler:to become a SecretKeeper for Roustabout's SecretIdentity]]. Only after her finishing it do we we get the RevealShot [[spoiler:that shows Roustabout and her cousin kissing]].

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* In ''ComicBook/AstroCity'' story "Pastoral", when Cammie [[FollowTheWhiteRabbit follows the kitten into the barn]], we get a shot of her fact, face, half in shadow, showing her shock; then we get her back in the house working on a new email that shows she's decided [[spoiler:to become a SecretKeeper for Roustabout's SecretIdentity]]. Only after her finishing it do we we get the RevealShot [[spoiler:that shows Roustabout and her cousin kissing]].
31st Jul '16 12:43:15 PM gophergiggles
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* On ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' you get to see the effect of Derek Powers mutagen on a plant (which withers and dissolves in ''seconds'') and the man witnessing it is quite impressed. Then Powers shows it's effects on livestock: we don't get to see ''that'', but we get to see the reaction of ''sheer horror'' to whatever it did to the poor cow.

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* On ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' you get to see the effect of Derek Powers mutagen on a plant (which withers and dissolves in ''seconds'') and the man witnessing it is quite impressed. Then Powers shows it's effects on livestock: we don't get to see ''that'', but we get to see the reaction of ''sheer horror'' to whatever it did to the poor cow. Then we get to see the effects of it on a human one day after infection, and two hours after that; we only get to see the horrified reaction to ''three'' hours later.
31st Jul '16 12:34:31 PM gophergiggles
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender,'' this combines with [[ScreamDiscretionShot three]] [[GoryDiscretionShot different]] [[ShadowDiscretionShot kinds]] of DiscretionShot to show us how Zuko got his scar. [[http://piandao.org/screencaps/ep12/ep12-834.png We see]] Iroh [[PapaWolf looking horrified]], Zhao looking [[SmugSnake Smug]], and Azula looking oddly triumphant.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender,'' this combines with [[ScreamDiscretionShot three]] [[GoryDiscretionShot different]] [[ShadowDiscretionShot kinds]] of DiscretionShot to show us how Zuko got his scar. [[http://piandao.org/screencaps/ep12/ep12-834.png We see]] Iroh [[PapaWolf looking horrified]], Zhao looking [[SmugSnake Smug]], and Azula looking oddly triumphant. It's also early {{Foreshadowing}} that Azula is ''seriously cruel and messed up''.


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* On ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' you get to see the effect of Derek Powers mutagen on a plant (which withers and dissolves in ''seconds'') and the man witnessing it is quite impressed. Then Powers shows it's effects on livestock: we don't get to see ''that'', but we get to see the reaction of ''sheer horror'' to whatever it did to the poor cow.
11th Jul '16 6:14:47 AM StFan
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'''1.''' When a character says or does something and the camera cuts away to another character to show them react in some way. Used in every sort of show around. In interviews, the reaction shot will simply show the interviewer nodding wisely (so that the audio could be edited - [[Series/{{Screenwipe}} Charlie Brooker did a take on this]]). In a SitCom, the other character is often doing an EyeTake.

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'''1.''' When a character says or does something and the camera cuts away to another character to show them react in some way. Used in every sort of show around. In interviews, the reaction shot will simply show the interviewer nodding wisely (so that the audio could be edited - -- [[Series/{{Screenwipe}} Charlie Brooker did a take on this]]). In a SitCom, the other character is often doing an EyeTake.



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* ''Series/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' reactions are something to see. One notable example is her look of horror in "Home Cooked Meal", as Mr. Conklin's about to light a match in a gas filled kitchen . . . .

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* ''Series/OurMissBrooks'': Miss Brooks' reactions are something to see. One notable example is her look of horror in "Home Cooked Meal", as Mr. Conklin's about to light a match in a gas filled kitchen . . . .gas-filled kitchen....



-->'''Kat:''' Oh dear lord.
-->'''Daisy:''' It's ''hideous''.
-->'''Shelby:''' ''*grabs a cleaver knife*'' We must kill it.

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-->'''Kat:''' Oh dear lord.
-->'''Daisy:'''
lord.\\
'''Daisy:'''
It's ''hideous''.
-->'''Shelby:''' ''*grabs
''hideous''.\\
'''Shelby:''' ''[grabs
a cleaver knife*'' knife]'' We must kill it.



* In ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'', Creator/MartinFreeman's John Watson is the ''king'' of these.
** That's because he's the king of them [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tr0vARFXzlg in real life]] as well.

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* In ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'', Creator/MartinFreeman's John Watson is the ''king'' of these.
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these. That's because he's the king of them [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tr0vARFXzlg in real life]] as well.



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* In ''WebComics/RustyAndCo'' [[http://rustyandco.com/comic/level-8-30/ level 8-30]] there is the audience's reaction to a bloody dismemberment when a troll is lured into a saw blade trap. Including what is implied to be said troll's mother.

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* In ''WebComics/RustyAndCo'' ''WebComic/RustyAndCo'' [[http://rustyandco.com/comic/level-8-30/ level 8-30]] 8-30]], there is the audience's reaction to a bloody dismemberment when a troll is lured into a saw blade trap. Including what is implied to be said troll's mother.trap.



* Parodied in darksideincorprorated's ''YuGiOhGXTheAbridgedSeries''. One of their running gags is saying "Reaction Shot!" whilst doing said reaction shot.
* Half the point of the web series ''[[WebVideo/ReactionAndReview Reaction & Review]]'' by Emer "Hellsing920" Prevost and ''WebVideo/{{React}}'' by the Fine Brothers.

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* Parodied in darksideincorprorated's ''YuGiOhGXTheAbridgedSeries''.''WebVideo/YuGiOhGXTheAbridgedSeries''. One of their running gags is saying "Reaction Shot!" whilst doing said reaction shot.
* Half the point of the web series ''[[WebVideo/ReactionAndReview Reaction & Review]]'' ''WebVideo/ReactionAndReview'' by Emer "Hellsing920" "[=Hellsing920=]" Prevost and ''WebVideo/{{React}}'' by the Fine Brothers.



* Many websites where you can add images into a user comment or post (e.g. Imgur, 4chan and other {{imageboard}}s, etc.) fall prey to the ubiquitous "reaction image"--a picture or animated gif cropped from some media that effectively shows the reaction of the user that posted it. Mostly posted without accompanying text for full effect.

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* Many websites where you can add images into a user comment or post (e.g. Imgur, 4chan and other {{imageboard}}s, etc.) fall prey to the ubiquitous "reaction image"--a image" -- a picture or animated gif cropped from some media that effectively shows the reaction of the user that posted it. Mostly posted without accompanying text for full effect.



* This type of shot may be used to hide "unsuitable" content: in Creator/KidsWB's short-lived ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers'', many episodes featured shots of the Rovers reacting to Muzzle siccing some villains.
** Alternatively used to hide the other kind of "unsuitable" content. Often a ToplessnessFromTheBack shot is seen in the foreground.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}}'', a game character is faced by a Binome in a trenchcoat. The Binome flashes the player (seen from over the Binome's shoulder), and a second after he opens the coat there's a wet, meaty ''thump'' of something hitting the ground. The player's eyes bulge in horror, he screams and runs away, and the Binome looks over his shoulder to wink at the camera.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'', after the [[FriendToAllLivingThings woodland creatures help Marge and Homer]] undress. Although nothing is heard or seen, the aghast expressions on their faces tell us more about the Simpsons' love life than we needed to know.
** Including the young deer's father shielding his child's eyes as a CrowningMomentOfFunny.

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* This type of shot may be used to hide "unsuitable" content: in Creator/KidsWB's short-lived ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers'', many episodes featured shots of the Rovers reacting to Muzzle siccing some villains.
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villains. Alternatively used to hide the other kind of "unsuitable" content. Often a ToplessnessFromTheBack shot is seen in the foreground.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}}'', ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'', a game character is faced by a Binome in a trenchcoat. The Binome flashes the player (seen from over the Binome's shoulder), and a second after he opens the coat there's a wet, meaty ''thump'' of something hitting the ground. The player's eyes bulge in horror, he screams and runs away, and the Binome looks over his shoulder to wink at the camera.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
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''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'', after the [[FriendToAllLivingThings woodland creatures help Marge and Homer]] undress. Although nothing is heard or seen, the aghast expressions on their faces tell us more about the Simpsons' love life than we needed to know.
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know. Including the young deer's father shielding his child's eyes as a CrowningMomentOfFunny.



* The second type occurs in ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Total Drama Action]]''. In order to try on a special boot, Lindsay takes off her shoes and the camera immediately cuts to the other characters looking horrified, followed by dozens of big feet jokes, and Chris saying that the shoe ''only fits on one toe.''
** The first type occurred in the first few Aftermaths. Often it cut to a shot of the non-participating contestants giving an EyeTake or responding nonverbally (ie: crying at Trent's love song or laughing at Owen) to whatever was happening onstage.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
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The second type occurs in ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama ''[[ Total Drama Action]]''. In order to try on a special boot, Lindsay takes off her shoes and the camera immediately cuts to the other characters looking horrified, followed by dozens of big feet jokes, and Chris saying that the shoe ''only fits on one toe.''
** The first type occurred occurrs in the first few Aftermaths. Often it cut to a shot of the non-participating contestants giving an EyeTake or responding nonverbally (ie: crying at Trent's love song or laughing at Owen) to whatever was happening onstage.



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25th Jun '16 11:25:38 AM ChesterPolarbear
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* ''Series/CharliesAngels'': In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6ppNtwLopE#t=14m32s this scene]] from the "Toni's Boys" episode the trope is inverted and then played straight when Kris [[EatingTheEyeCandy sees]] Bob Sorenson with [[ShirtlessScene his shirt off]] and watches [[ChippendalesDancers Arnie the male stripper]] rehearse.

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* ''Series/CharliesAngels'': In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6ppNtwLopE#t=14m32s this scene]] one scene from the "Toni's Boys" episode the trope is inverted [[http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/images/reviews/253/1250738191_10.jpg inverted]] and then [[http://cidadaoquem.blogspot.com/2016_01_01_archive.html played straight straight]] when Kris [[EatingTheEyeCandy sees]] Bob Sorenson with [[ShirtlessScene his shirt off]] and watches [[ChippendalesDancers Arnie the male stripper]] rehearse.
16th Jun '16 3:19:54 AM Seraph
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* In ''WebComics/RustyAndCo'' [[http://rustyandco.com/comic/level-8-30/ level 8-30]] there is the audience's reaction to a bloody dismemberment when a troll is lured into a saw blade trap. Including what is implied to be said troll's mother.
6th May '16 11:41:43 AM MarkLungo
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* If you rewatch Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica, you will notice that Homura gets many reaction shots. Some of these are extreme closeups on her mouth. The shots don't make sense the first time you watch, because you don't know about Homura's backstory yet.

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* If you rewatch Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica, ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'', you will notice that Homura gets many reaction shots. Some of these are extreme closeups on her mouth. The shots don't make sense the first time you watch, because you don't know about Homura's backstory yet.



* During ''ComicBook/{{Siege}}'', the Void tears Ares in half '''vertically''' in a splash page. Below that, you see the horrified reactions of Avengers, Dark Avengers, and civilians.

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* During ''ComicBook/{{Siege}}'', the Void tears Ares in half '''vertically''' in a splash page. Below that, you see the horrified reactions of Avengers, ComicBook/TheAvengers, Dark Avengers, and civilians.



* The final moments ''Film/TheyMightBeGiants''. George C. Scott (playing a man who thinks he's Sherlock Holmes) and Joanne Woodward (as his psychiatrist, Dr. Mildred Watson) are about to come face-to-face with what may or may not be a very real Professor Moriarty; the film ends with a ReactionShot from them as they apparently see Moriarty for the first time.

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* The final moments ''Film/TheyMightBeGiants''. George C. Scott Creator/GeorgeCScott (playing a man who thinks he's Sherlock Holmes) Franchise/SherlockHolmes) and Joanne Woodward (as his psychiatrist, Dr. Mildred Watson) are about to come face-to-face with what may or may not be a very real Professor Moriarty; the film ends with a ReactionShot from them as they apparently see Moriarty for the first time.



* In ''Film/ThePrincessDiaries'', Creator/AnneHathaway and JulieAndrews [[ThrowItIn improvised]] some of Mia's princess lessons. Cutaway reaction shots of the Queen's secretary Charlotte were so often used to break up the improvisations, that the credits give her full name as "Charlotte [[LampshadeHanging Kutaway]]".

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* In ''Film/ThePrincessDiaries'', Creator/AnneHathaway and JulieAndrews Creator/JulieAndrews [[ThrowItIn improvised]] some of Mia's princess lessons. Cutaway reaction shots of the Queen's secretary Charlotte were so often used to break up the improvisations, that the credits give her full name as "Charlotte [[LampshadeHanging Kutaway]]".



* The Gondola Scene from ''Film/{{Moonraker}}'' derives much of it's humor from this.

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* The Gondola Scene from ''Film/{{Moonraker}}'' derives much of it's its humor from this.



* The Crossroads of Twilight from the Wheel of Time series is basically just this whole concept spread out over 700+ pages. Essentially, the major plot twist of the previous book is shown to many different groups of characters just so the reader can see how each of them react.

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* The Crossroads of Twilight from the Wheel of Time ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' series is basically just this whole concept spread out over 700+ pages. Essentially, the major plot twist of the previous book is shown to many different groups of characters just so the reader can see how each of them react.



** In "The Wolf and the Lion," Lord Renly Baratheon stands up and gasps after the Mountain hits an unarmed Ser Loras Tyrell with a sword for the second time. Renly is terrified at the prospect that his boyfriend might die.

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** In "The "[[Recap/GameOfThronesS1E5TheWolfAndTheLion The Wolf and the Lion," Lion]]", Lord Renly Baratheon stands up and gasps after the Mountain hits an unarmed Ser Loras Tyrell with a sword for the second time. Renly is terrified at the prospect that his boyfriend might die.



** After King Joffrey informs Margaery Tyrell that he plans to put all homosexuals to death in "Dark Wings, Dark Words," her facial expression betrays her nervousness for a split second, as she is now worried for the safety of her gay brother.
** In "Second Sons," Loras lowers his head after King Joffrey chuckles at Tyrion Lannister for being too short to place a cloak over [[spoiler:Sansa's]] shoulders, unable to hide his exasperation over the boy-king's immaturity.
** When Tyrion tells Prince Oberyn Martell in "Two Swords" that he no longer partakes in whores because he's now married, Oberyn has a puzzled frown, as if to say, "Huh? What does marriage have to do with it?"
** In "The Lion and the Rose," after Joffrey makes a cruel comment to Sansa [[spoiler:Lannister]] about her [[spoiler:dead father]] at the wedding breakfast, Lord Mace Tyrell lowers his head in sadness; he plainly feels bad for the girl.

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** After King Joffrey informs Margaery Tyrell that he plans to put all homosexuals to death in "Dark "[[Recap/GameOfThronesS3E2DarkWingsDarkWords Dark Wings, Dark Words," Words]]", her facial expression betrays her nervousness for a split second, as she is now worried for the safety of her gay brother.
** In "Second Sons," "[[Recap/GameOfThronesS3E8SecondSons Second Sons]]", Loras lowers his head after King Joffrey chuckles at Tyrion Lannister for being too short to place a cloak over [[spoiler:Sansa's]] shoulders, unable to hide his exasperation over the boy-king's immaturity.
** When Tyrion tells Prince Oberyn Martell in "Two Swords" "[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E1TwoSwords Two Swords]]" that he no longer partakes in whores because he's now married, Oberyn has a puzzled frown, as if to say, "Huh? What does marriage have to do with it?"
** In "The "[[Recap/GameOfThronesS4E2TheLionAndTheRose The Lion and the Rose," Rose]]", after Joffrey makes a cruel comment to Sansa [[spoiler:Lannister]] about her [[spoiler:dead father]] at the wedding breakfast, Lord Mace Tyrell lowers his head in sadness; he plainly feels bad for the girl.



* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' based a well-known sketch around this, as Steve Martin led a group of yokels staring in befuddled awe at an unseen ''something''. Each in turn tries to guess at what it is, eventually falling back to "What the heck ''is'' that?"

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* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' based a well-known sketch around this, as Steve Martin Creator/SteveMartin led a group of yokels staring in befuddled awe at an unseen ''something''. Each in turn tries to guess at what it is, eventually falling back to "What the heck ''is'' that?"



* When the ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]'' crew reviewed the trailers for ''Jurassic Park: The Lost World'' they made the claim that the reaction shot is Spielberg's trademark. They showed all the reaction shots together; the sheer volume was a compelling argument.

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* When the ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' crew reviewed the trailers for ''Jurassic Park: The Lost World'' ''Film/JurassicParkTheLostWorld'' they made the claim that the reaction shot is Spielberg's Creator/StevenSpielberg's trademark. They showed all the reaction shots together; the sheer volume was a compelling argument.



* Series/HigherGround 's CrowningMomentOfFunny, when Peter and the Cliffhanger girls attempt to make Sophie a birthday cake without a recipe. The cake isn't shown when they first take it out of the oven.

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* Series/HigherGround 's ''Series/HigherGround'''s CrowningMomentOfFunny, when Peter and the Cliffhanger girls attempt to make Sophie a birthday cake without a recipe. The cake isn't shown when they first take it out of the oven.



* Creator/MartinFreeman's [[Series/{{Sherlock}} John Watson]] is the ''king'' of these.

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* In ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'', Creator/MartinFreeman's [[Series/{{Sherlock}} John Watson]] Watson is the ''king'' of these.



* In SitaSingsTheBlues, during Sita's short speech after Ravana has kidnapped her, every sentence is interspersed with the same dramatic cut to Ravana reacting in shock and anger.



* ''TheWeekenders'', "Pru": Pru shows the main characters a room for popular kids. We only see them peering into the room, but also hear them say that there's a tennis court and waterfall in there.
* This type of shot may be used to hide "unsuitable" content: in WB's short-lived ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers'', many episodes featured shots of the Rovers reacting to Muzzle sicking some villains.

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* ''TheWeekenders'', In ''WesternAnimation/SitaSingsTheBlues'', during Sita's short speech after Ravana has kidnapped her, every sentence is interspersed with the same dramatic cut to Ravana reacting in shock and anger.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'',
"Pru": Pru shows the main characters a room for popular kids. We only see them peering into the room, but also hear them say that there's a tennis court and waterfall in there.
* This type of shot may be used to hide "unsuitable" content: in WB's Creator/KidsWB's short-lived ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers'', many episodes featured shots of the Rovers reacting to Muzzle sicking siccing some villains.



* In one episode of ''{{Reboot}}'', a game character is faced by a Binome in a trenchcoat. The Binome flashes the player (seen from over the Binome's shoulder), and a second after he opens the coat there's a wet, meaty ''thump'' of something hitting the ground. The player's eyes bulge in horror, he screams and runs away, and the Binome looks over his shoulder to wink at the camera.
* ''TheSimpsonsMovie'', after the [[FriendToAllLivingThings woodland creatures help Marge and Homer]] undress. Although nothing is heard or seen, the aghast expressions on their faces tell us more about the Simpsons' love life than we needed to know.

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* In one episode of ''{{Reboot}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}}'', a game character is faced by a Binome in a trenchcoat. The Binome flashes the player (seen from over the Binome's shoulder), and a second after he opens the coat there's a wet, meaty ''thump'' of something hitting the ground. The player's eyes bulge in horror, he screams and runs away, and the Binome looks over his shoulder to wink at the camera.
* ''TheSimpsonsMovie'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'', after the [[FriendToAllLivingThings woodland creatures help Marge and Homer]] undress. Although nothing is heard or seen, the aghast expressions on their faces tell us more about the Simpsons' love life than we needed to know.



** In the episode "Bart's Friend Falls In Love," Bart's class watches a sex-ed film, ''Fuzzy Bunny's Guide to You-Know-What''. In it, Fuzzy marries his girlfriend Fluffy, and the film graphically shows what happens on the honeymoon. We only see the reaction of the students, who all shout "EW!", and Mrs. Krabapple, who snarks, "She's faking it."
* The second type occurs in ''[[TotalDramaIsland Total Drama Action]]''. In order to try on a special boot, Lindsay takes off her shoes and the camera immediately cuts to the other characters looking horrified, followed by dozens of big feet jokes, and Chris saying that the shoe ''only fits on one toe.''

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** In the episode "Bart's "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS3E23BartsFriendFallsInLove Bart's Friend Falls In Love," Love]]", Bart's class watches a sex-ed film, ''Fuzzy Bunny's Guide to You-Know-What''. In it, Fuzzy marries his girlfriend Fluffy, and the film graphically shows what happens on the honeymoon. We only see the reaction of the students, who all shout "EW!", and Mrs. Krabapple, who snarks, "She's faking it."
* The second type occurs in ''[[TotalDramaIsland ''[[WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Total Drama Action]]''. In order to try on a special boot, Lindsay takes off her shoes and the camera immediately cuts to the other characters looking horrified, followed by dozens of big feet jokes, and Chris saying that the shoe ''only fits on one toe.''



* ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'': The episode "You've Got Hate Mail" has reaction shots from the characters that Daffy accidentally sent insulting e-mails to.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'': The episode "You've "[[Recap/TheLooneyTunesShowS2E2YouveGotHateMail You've Got Hate Mail" Mail]]" has reaction shots from the characters that Daffy WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck accidentally sent insulting e-mails to.




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13th Mar '16 1:16:47 PM CommanderVisor
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' [[GoryDiscretionShot cuts away]] from the [[OffWithHisHead beheading]] of [[spoiler:Aresko and Grint]] by immediately switching to [[CoDragon Co-Dragons]] Kallus's and Tua's horrified reactions the second the blade touches their necks.
23rd Feb '16 8:17:01 AM Paranoia
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* In SitaSingsTheBlues, during Sita's short speech after Ravana has kidnapped her, every sentence is interspersed with the same dramatic cut to Ravana reacting in shock and anger.
20th Feb '16 8:47:30 PM Josef5678
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* During the church fight in ''Film/KingsmanTheSecretService'', the camera pans away to show [[TheAce Eggsy]] and [[BigBad Valentine]] separately reacting in horror and disgust.
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