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** And where people stopped using DVD and went back to VHS. And where CoronationStreet is a real place.

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** And where people stopped using DVD and went back to VHS. And where CoronationStreet ''Series/CoronationStreet'' is a real place.
18th Mar '16 8:57:33 PM nombretomado
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* Happens to the video game characters in ''Series/AceLightning''.

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* Happens to the video game The TV series (blending CG I with live action) ''Series/AceLightning'' featured a group of videogame characters trying to exist in ''Series/AceLightning''.the real world.



* The tv series (blending CG I with live action) AceLightning featured a group of videogame characters trying to exist in the real world.
18th Mar '16 8:57:00 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''Series/DiagnosisMurder'' had Amanda Bentley, played by Victoria Rowell, win a trip to the set of ''TheYoungAndTheRestless'', in which Victoria Rowell also starred. Other regular characters from within the show and real actors from ''The Young and the Restless'' playing themselves, plus actors playing fictional ''The Young and the Restless'' crew, commented on [[ActorAllusion how much Amanda Bentley looked like Victoria Rowell]].

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* An episode of ''Series/DiagnosisMurder'' had Amanda Bentley, played by Victoria Rowell, win a trip to the set of ''TheYoungAndTheRestless'', ''Series/TheYoungAndTheRestless'', in which Victoria Rowell also starred. Other regular characters from within the show and real actors from ''The Young and the Restless'' playing themselves, plus actors playing fictional ''The Young and the Restless'' crew, commented on [[ActorAllusion how much Amanda Bentley looked like Victoria Rowell]].



** Additionally, there's the Series/StarTrekVoyager episode which throws the crew back in time to 1995 which essentially operates as a real world episode having them land in the then present.
** In fact it's actually MORE likely that they arrived in 'our' reality, or at least a parallel reality, as according to Star Trek lore half the world was under control of the dictator Khan Noonien Singh in 1995. It is certainly not evident in this episode, nor questioned by any of the characters.
* In an episode of ''GrowingPains'', Ben Seaver wishes his life were more like TV, and wakes up to discover his entire life is a television show called ''Meet the Seavers''. All the actors are referred to by their real names, and members of the production crew feature prominently. At one point Kirk Cameron, who usually plays Ben's older brother Mike, confides to Ben [[MindScrew that he actually is Mike, and has been trapped in the real world for years]].
* Happens to the video game characters in ''AceLightning''.

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** Additionally, there's * There's the Series/StarTrekVoyager ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode which throws the crew back in time to 1995 which essentially operates as a real world episode having them land in the then present.
** In fact it's actually MORE likely that they arrived in 'our' reality, or at least a parallel reality, as according to Star Trek lore half the world was under control of the dictator Khan Noonien Singh in 1995. It is certainly not evident in this episode, nor questioned by any of the characters.
then-present.
* In an episode of ''GrowingPains'', ''Series/GrowingPains'', Ben Seaver wishes his life were more like TV, and wakes up to discover his entire life is a television show called ''Meet the Seavers''. All the actors are referred to by their real names, and members of the production crew feature prominently. At one point Kirk Cameron, who usually plays Ben's older brother Mike, confides to Ben [[MindScrew that he actually is Mike, and has been trapped in the real world for years]].
* Happens to the video game characters in ''AceLightning''.''Series/AceLightning''.
4th Feb '16 3:34:37 AM MeerkatMario
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* In the ''Machinima/Supermarioglitchy4sSuperMario64Bloopers'' episode "Mario in real life!? (200 vid special)", Mario winds up activating a portal within [=SMG4's=] computer, which eventually sucks him and most of the major/recurring characters into [=SMG4's=] real-life house. Soon enough, the real-life [=SMG4=] has to deal with the characters' antics while trying to help them get back home.
30th Jan '16 6:20:07 PM mlsmithca
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* {{Spider-Man}}, in the two-part GrandFinale of TheNineties [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries animated series]]. One of the Spideys of the interdimensional Spider-Man team (led by "our" Spidey) was not Peter Parker, but an actor who played him. In his world, we met Creator/StanLee, voiced by... Stan Lee. He had created Spider-Man for a comic book and was surprised to find that there was a world where his creations were real. He also found Madame Web quite fascinating (she was voiced by Stan's real-life wife, Joan B. Lee.)

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* {{Spider-Man}}, ''WesternAnimation/SpiderMan'', in the two-part GrandFinale of TheNineties [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries animated series]]. One of the Spideys of the interdimensional Spider-Man team (led by "our" Spidey) was not Peter Parker, but an actor who played him. In his world, we met Creator/StanLee, voiced by... Stan Lee. He had created Spider-Man for a comic book and was surprised to find that there was a world where his creations were real. He also found Madame Web quite fascinating (she was voiced by Stan's real-life wife, Joan B. Lee.)



* In ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' episode 'Twitching Channels', Megavolt invents a device that allows him to travel through electrical wires, appliances, and broadcast signals. He proceeds to use television sets as warp gates to enable easy theft and getaway on a crime spree, which Darkwing must of course put a stop to. In hot pursuit, the two go on [[TrappedInTVLand a chase scene across the channels of TV Land]], and ultimately stumble out of a television set into a world where St. Canard is merely the setting of a popular TV show, and the locals are [[strike:weird beakless mutants]] human beings. It seems a corrupt animation executive has a device that lets him see alternate universes, from which he steals plots for his own shows. Darkwing is (after a little comical blackmail) welcomed with open arms and made a star of the stage, but he ultimately grows bored and wants to go back to where he has real villains to fight. Eventually he goes home, but the device gets damaged. When the animated executive inspects it, it is now fixed to the world of ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers''.
* A ''[[TheSimpsons Simpsons Halloween Special]]'' had Homer being sucked into The Third Dimension ([[{{sting}} dun-dun-dun]]!). He eventually destroyed that universe and wound up in our world.
** Specifically the erotic cake store at 13567 Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles. The funniest part is that Homer is absolutely ''frightened'' by three dimensions - but is ''instantly'' calmed by the erotic cakes. Cue curious people staring at a 3D Homer, even gazing at him inside the store.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' episode [[Recap/DarkwingDuckS1E40TwitchingChannels 'Twitching Channels', Channels']], Megavolt invents a device that allows him to travel through electrical wires, appliances, and broadcast signals. He proceeds to use television sets as warp gates to enable easy theft and getaway on a crime spree, which Darkwing must of course put a stop to. In hot pursuit, the two go on [[TrappedInTVLand a chase scene across the channels of TV Land]], and ultimately stumble out of a television set into a world where St. Canard is merely the setting of a popular TV show, and the locals are [[strike:weird beakless mutants]] human beings. It seems a corrupt animation executive has a device that lets him see alternate universes, from which he steals plots for his own shows. Darkwing is (after a little comical blackmail) welcomed with open arms and made a star of the stage, but he ultimately grows bored and wants to go back to where he has real villains to fight. Eventually he goes home, but the device gets damaged. When the animated executive inspects it, it is now fixed to the world of ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers''.
* A ''[[TheSimpsons ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons Halloween Special]]'' had Homer being sucked into The Third Dimension ([[{{sting}} dun-dun-dun]]!). He eventually destroyed that universe and wound up in our world.
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world. Specifically the erotic cake store at 13567 Ventura Boulevard in Los Angeles. The funniest part is that Homer is absolutely ''frightened'' by three dimensions - but is ''instantly'' calmed by the erotic cakes. Cue curious people staring at a 3D Homer, even gazing at him inside the store.
16th Jan '16 6:16:52 PM nombretomado
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* {{Spider-Man}}, in the two-part GrandFinale of TheNineties [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries animated series]]. One of the Spideys of the interdimensional Spider-Man team (led by "our" Spidey) was not Peter Parker, but an actor who played him. In his world, we met StanLee, voiced by... Stan Lee. He had created Spider-Man for a comic book and was surprised to find that there was a world where his creations were real. He also found Madame Web quite fascinating (she was voiced by Stan's real-life wife, Joan B. Lee.)

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* {{Spider-Man}}, in the two-part GrandFinale of TheNineties [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries animated series]]. One of the Spideys of the interdimensional Spider-Man team (led by "our" Spidey) was not Peter Parker, but an actor who played him. In his world, we met StanLee, Creator/StanLee, voiced by... Stan Lee. He had created Spider-Man for a comic book and was surprised to find that there was a world where his creations were real. He also found Madame Web quite fascinating (she was voiced by Stan's real-life wife, Joan B. Lee.)
8th Jan '16 4:39:55 PM nombretomado
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* {{Spider-Man}}, in the two-part GrandFinale of TheNineties [[SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries animated series]]. One of the Spideys of the interdimensional Spider-Man team (led by "our" Spidey) was not Peter Parker, but an actor who played him. In his world, we met StanLee, voiced by... Stan Lee. He had created Spider-Man for a comic book and was surprised to find that there was a world where his creations were real. He also found Madame Web quite fascinating (she was voiced by Stan's real-life wife, Joan B. Lee.)

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* {{Spider-Man}}, in the two-part GrandFinale of TheNineties [[SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries animated series]]. One of the Spideys of the interdimensional Spider-Man team (led by "our" Spidey) was not Peter Parker, but an actor who played him. In his world, we met StanLee, voiced by... Stan Lee. He had created Spider-Man for a comic book and was surprised to find that there was a world where his creations were real. He also found Madame Web quite fascinating (she was voiced by Stan's real-life wife, Joan B. Lee.)
25th Dec '15 6:55:00 PM nombretomado
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* An early issue of Creator/GrantMorrison's deservedly famous run on ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'' builds to a climax in which the title character (a.k.a. Buddy Baker) freaks out because he can see the reader(s). At the conclusion of a long MindScrew StoryArc (which involves one of the few characters who can remember ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'', as well as the SilverAge version of DC continuity), Buddy has a long metaphysical conversation with Grant Morrison in person, who says that, at this point, he can't think of anything else to do with the comic than hand it over to somebody else.

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* An early issue of Creator/GrantMorrison's deservedly famous run on ''Comicbook/AnimalMan'' builds to a climax in which the title character (a.k.a. Buddy Baker) freaks out because he can see the reader(s). At the conclusion of a long MindScrew StoryArc (which involves one of the few characters who can remember ''ComicBook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths'', as well as the SilverAge UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} version of DC continuity), Buddy has a long metaphysical conversation with Grant Morrison in person, who says that, at this point, he can't think of anything else to do with the comic than hand it over to somebody else.
6th Dec '15 5:46:48 PM nombretomado
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** It is heavily implied that the last issue of Morrison's run on ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'' also takes place in the same world as his last Animal Man issue, i.e. the real world. Aside from the fact that the world seen in the Doom Patrol issue apparently has no superheroes, it also shares the same colour scheme with the final issue of Animal Man. And if we take into consideration Morrison's later DC comics, it seems the final issues of Doom Patrol and Animal Man both take place [[spoiler:inside the infant universe Qwewq, which is revealed to be our universe]] in ''ComicBook/AllStarSuperman''. This also means that [[spoiler:the final fate of our universe is to get speared by Frankenstein]] in Morrison's SevenSoldiers!

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** It is heavily implied that the last issue of Morrison's run on ''Comicbook/DoomPatrol'' also takes place in the same world as his last Animal Man issue, i.e. the real world. Aside from the fact that the world seen in the Doom Patrol issue apparently has no superheroes, it also shares the same colour scheme with the final issue of Animal Man. And if we take into consideration Morrison's later DC comics, it seems the final issues of Doom Patrol and Animal Man both take place [[spoiler:inside the infant universe Qwewq, which is revealed to be our universe]] in ''ComicBook/AllStarSuperman''. This also means that [[spoiler:the final fate of our universe is to get speared by Frankenstein]] in Morrison's SevenSoldiers!ComicBook/SevenSoldiers!
7th Nov '15 6:10:09 AM Prfnoff
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* The "GameOver" scene of the Sega Genesis game ''ComixZone'' shows a comic book villain, having successfully traded places with his author, go on to do comic book villainy in the real world. (The game itself follows the adventures of the author, who is TrappedInTVLand and has to be the comic book hero.)
* Late in ''StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'', [[spoiler: the protagonists discover that the creators of their world are going to destroy it, so they go up a level in reality to 4D space, and find out their world is a video game, and their creators are the company that developed it. Inverted in that the world where this game company exists isn't the world of our Earth- the game world is.]]

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* The "GameOver" GameOver scene of the Sega Genesis game ''ComixZone'' ''VideoGame/ComixZone'' shows a comic book villain, having successfully traded places with his author, go on to do comic book villainy in the real world. (The game itself follows the adventures of the author, who is TrappedInTVLand and has to be the comic book hero.)
* Late in ''StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'', ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'', [[spoiler: the protagonists discover that the creators of their world are going to destroy it, so they go up a level in reality to 4D space, and find out their world is a video game, and their creators are the company that developed it. Inverted in that the world where this game company exists isn't the world of our Earth- the game world is.]]



* In ''{{Drakengard}}'s'' fifth ending, [[spoiler:Caim and Angelus follow the Queen Grotesquerie to Japan 2004, and end up causing a [[ApocalypseHow Class 3-4 cataclysm]] that is followed by ''VideoGame/{{NieR}}'']].

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* In ''{{Drakengard}}'s'' ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}''[='s=] fifth ending, [[spoiler:Caim and Angelus follow the Queen Grotesquerie to Japan 2004, and end up causing a [[ApocalypseHow Class 3-4 cataclysm]] that is followed by ''VideoGame/{{NieR}}'']].



* This is where ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry 3'' and ''SpaceQuest 3'' ends.
* ''TheMatrix'' video game ''Path Of Neo'' takes Neo and Seraph's fight from the second film and has them suddenly transported into a movie theater playing the actual clips from their fight in said movie, even as the two continue to battle it out in the game.

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* This is where ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry 3'' and ''SpaceQuest 3'' ''VideoGame/SpaceQuestIIIThePiratesOfPestulon'' ends.
* ''TheMatrix'' video game ''Path Of Neo'' ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' takes Neo and Seraph's fight from the second film ''Film/TheMatrixReloaded'' and has them suddenly transported into a movie theater playing the actual clips from their fight in said movie, even as the two continue to battle it out in the game.
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