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6th Jun '18 5:28:24 PM IcyCrow
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* In "Stage Door Cartoon," Elmer Fudd sits down in a theater for a screening of ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''.
** In another Looney Tunes cartoon, Yosemete Sam discovers Bugs Bunny is disguised as the sheriff when he sits down with him to watch the cartoon they are currently in, and starts stripping off the disguise after seeing Bugs put it on onscreen, only to discover it's the real sheriff.

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* In "Stage Door Cartoon," Elmer Fudd sits down in a theater for a screening of ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''.
** In another Looney Tunes cartoon, Yosemete Sam
''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' with a sheriff that sounds similar to Yosemite Sam. Elmer discovers Bugs Bunny is disguised as the sheriff when he sits down with him to watch the cartoon they are currently in, and starts stripping off the disguise after seeing Bugs put it on onscreen, only to discover it's the real sheriff.
31st May '18 8:02:02 AM SeizureFerret
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* Creator/{{Ubisoft}}'s games, particularly it's "Creator/TomClancy's" line, really like to do this. ''VideoGame/RainbowSix'' is the biggest offender, to the point that it does this to ''itself'' on multiple occasions: one level in ''Raven Shield'' features its own credits scroll on a random TV, and ''[[VideoGame/RainbowSixSiege Siege]]'' has a few levels where you can find DVD cases for various Ubisoft games like ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'', ''VideoGame/TheDivision''... and ''Rainbow Six: Siege''. ''Vegas 2'' is big on this as well, as you can find arcade machines for ''VideoGame/SplinterCell'' across several levels (while at the same time being assisted by an NSA agent who dresses exactly like a Splinter Cell operative), and the level in a convention center around the time of a big video game tournament has large banners for several games, including Ubisoft's own ''VideoGame/FarCry2''.

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* Creator/{{Ubisoft}}'s games, particularly it's its "Creator/TomClancy's" line, really like to do this. ''VideoGame/RainbowSix'' is the biggest offender, to the point that it does this to ''itself'' on multiple occasions: one level in ''Raven Shield'' features its own credits scroll on a random TV, and ''[[VideoGame/RainbowSixSiege Siege]]'' has a few levels where you can find DVD cases for various Ubisoft games like ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'', ''VideoGame/TheDivision''... and ''Rainbow Six: Siege''. ''Vegas 2'' is big on this as well, as you can find arcade machines for ''VideoGame/SplinterCell'' across several levels (while at the same time being assisted by an NSA agent who dresses exactly like a Splinter Cell operative), and the level in a convention center around the time of a big video game tournament has large banners for several games, including Ubisoft's own ''VideoGame/FarCry2''.
21st May '18 10:58:04 AM 1810072342
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** Gulphur has a sometimes-Scottish-sometimes-Irish accent and drinks copious amounts of '[[FrothyGlassesOfWater orange juice]]'.

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** Gulphur has a sometimes-Scottish-sometimes-Irish accent and drinks copious amounts of '[[FrothyGlassesOfWater '[[FrothyMugsOfWater orange juice]]'.
21st May '18 10:56:32 AM 1810072342
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* ''WebVideo/TFSAtTheTable'': A RunningGag with the players and fans is the Natural One-ders' Saturday Morning Cartoon, broadcast long after the actual One-ders' adventuring careers ended. This then became the focus of a one-off special episode, showing an episode of the cartoon on home scrying orbs. There's even a cheesy Aesop message. However, the cartoon is only VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory, so the heroes' adventures also include campy things like fighting a mummy ninja in his hovering pyramid HQ. The characters are also simplified and rendered as something fitting in a kid's TV show:
** Ezra is a weakling and depends on being a GuileHero.
** Wake is always serious and has NoSenseOfHumor.
** Grammy is a kindly old lady, instead of a crazy sea hag.
** Nedra is naïve, excitable and trips over everything.
** Skrung is a cheap goblin stereotype.
** Gulphur has a sometimes-Scottish-sometimes-Irish accent and drinks copious amounts of '[[FrothyGlassesOfWater orange juice]]'.
** Although it wasn't included in the episode, the players have also reacted positively to fanart depicting Calliope the faun's cartoon persona as a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot druid/ninja/forest guardian]], and Carble the gargoyle as a robot.
16th May '18 5:03:43 AM thatother1dude
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-->'''Bird:''' Say, I hear that's a pretty funny cartoon.
-->'''Worm:''' [[SelfDeprecation Well, I hope it's funnier than]] ''[[SelfDeprecation this]]'' [[SelfDeprecation one!]]

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-->'''Bird:''' Say, I hear that's a pretty funny cartoon.
-->'''Worm:'''
cartoon.\\
'''Worm:'''
[[SelfDeprecation Well, I hope it's funnier than]] ''[[SelfDeprecation this]]'' [[SelfDeprecation one!]]one!]]
* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' has a SharedUniverse where Launchpad is a main character in both. In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017'', ''Darkwing Duck'' is a ShowWithinAShow that Launchpad watched as a kid (and thus presumably was not part of).
11th May '18 7:07:27 PM comicwriter
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* In ''Film/{{Shazam}}'', real world action figures from the ''Film/JusticeLeague'' movie are seen in a toy store. Presumably, in this continuity, the toys were modeled after the real heroes who helped save the planet from Steppenwolf.
17th Apr '18 11:52:59 AM mariofan1000
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* The infamous DummiedOut Hot Coffee minigame in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' has a ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity'' poster hanging up in the wall, especially odd given that characters from ''Vice City'' do appear in ''San Andreas''. Given that the minigame wasn't finished, the poster was probably just a placeholder.
15th Apr '18 7:15:54 AM Psyclone
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* In the ''ComicBook/BlakeAndMortimer'' book ''The Septimus Wave'', the events of ''The Yellow M'' (which this book acts as a sequel to) were the subject of a novel and stage play in-universe.
24th Mar '18 5:13:50 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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** ''Anime/DigimonUniverseApplimonsters'' takes a slightly similar approach, though theirs is more of a halfway example. This universe has digital monsters in it, but they're a new variety called ''Appmon'' and are based on smart phone applications as well as having their own way of evolving into differently-named higher forms. We find out in a 20th anniversary, however, that a fictional Digimon ''video game'' by the title of [[TitleDrop "Digimon Universe"]] exists, and that the main character played it when he was younger. The plot of the game seems to mirror that of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', and when Agumon is brought to life from the game, his role is reprised by Creator/ChikaSakamoto.

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** * ''Anime/DigimonUniverseApplimonsters'' takes a slightly similar approach, though theirs is more of a halfway example. This universe has digital monsters in it, but they're a new variety called ''Appmon'' and are based on smart phone applications as well as having their own way of evolving into differently-named higher forms. We find out in a 20th anniversary, however, that a fictional Digimon ''video game'' by the title of [[TitleDrop "Digimon Universe"]] exists, and that the main character played it when he was younger. The plot of the game seems to mirror that of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'', and when Agumon is brought to life from the game, his role is reprised by Creator/ChikaSakamoto.
24th Mar '18 5:12:28 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* ''Manga/CMonDigimon'' the first "Digimon" work of fiction besides the virtual pets themselves, is about holographic technology that lets people see and hear the monsters of said pets as if they were like real animals. ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01'' the first serialized manga has the same pets as "C'Mon" and a cameo from the "C'Mon" villain but goes on to show actual Digimon existing that [[ArtShift don't look anything like]] the holograms, [[CallBack as noted by a main character]]. These monsters live in a world separate from Earth that {{God}} forbid humans to visit unless there was a problem the native monsters could not handle on their own.
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