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19th Apr '17 8:58:05 PM Mineboot45
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* In the movie ''Film/{{Spaceballs}},'' the villains actually put in a video of their own movie, and go to the scene where they are watching it, seeing an infinite number of themselves watching themselves.

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* In the movie ''Film/{{Spaceballs}},'' the PlayedForLaughs in ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}.'' The villains actually put in a video of their own movie, and go to the scene where they are watching it, seeing an infinite number of themselves watching themselves.
16th Apr '17 11:48:06 PM jormis29
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** WordOfDante says that it was a parody of the 1977 short film ''Powers of Ten'' (watch it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fKBhvDjuy0 here]] if you like), and that Homer was thinking of it, it was not in an atom in Homer's hair, it was his thoughts.

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** WordOfDante says that it was a parody of the 1977 short film ''Powers of Ten'' (watch it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fKBhvDjuy0 here]] if you like), ''Film/PowersOfTen'', and that Homer was thinking of it, it was not in an atom in Homer's hair, it was his thoughts.
5th Apr '17 8:22:26 AM Mineboot45
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:: The deliberately over-the-top delivery of that line was lampshaded in the "Castrovalva" commentary where Davison described it as "end of episode acting".

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:: ** The deliberately over-the-top delivery of that line was lampshaded in the "Castrovalva" commentary where Davison described it as "end of episode acting".
5th Mar '17 10:08:46 AM nombretomado
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* Hasse's ''He Who Shrank'' inspired a number of similar comic book stories: ''Lost In The Microcosm'' (originally printed in the EC series Weird Science #12, 1950), ''The World Beyond'' (Strange Tales #32, 1954) and ''I Shrunk Away to Nothing!'' (Journey Into Mystery #56, 1960), the latter two published by Atlas, the predecessor to MarvelComics.

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* Hasse's ''He Who Shrank'' inspired a number of similar comic book stories: ''Lost In The Microcosm'' (originally printed in the EC series Weird Science #12, 1950), ''The World Beyond'' (Strange Tales #32, 1954) and ''I Shrunk Away to Nothing!'' (Journey Into Mystery #56, 1960), the latter two published by Atlas, the predecessor to MarvelComics.Creator/MarvelComics.



* [[MarvelComics Marvel's]] Microverse was originally treated as one of many microscopic universes, but it was [[RetCon retconned]] to AnotherDimension accessed by shrinking so far that one [[AppliedPhlebotinum crosses the Pym Barrier]]. Also, once in the Microverse, characters cannot shrink any further.

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* [[MarvelComics Marvel's]] Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}}'s Microverse was originally treated as one of many microscopic universes, but it was [[RetCon retconned]] to AnotherDimension accessed by shrinking so far that one [[AppliedPhlebotinum crosses the Pym Barrier]]. Also, once in the Microverse, characters cannot shrink any further.
25th Feb '17 10:22:41 PM TheCuza
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': In "The Farnsworth Parabox" our heroes end up owning a box that contains the universe that contains them.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': In "The Farnsworth Parabox" our heroes end Parabox", Farnsworth ends up owning creating a box that containing a portal to an alternate universe, the other end of which is a box the alternate Farnsworth created. At the end of the episode, the two Farnsworths somehow manage to trade boxes through the portal, meaning the box "our" Planet Express crew currently have contains the universe that contains them.their own universe.
17th Feb '17 12:38:42 AM jormis29
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* In the JohnCrowley novel ''Little, Big'', the world of the Fae is smaller than the human world and exists in cracks and crevices of the latter. By the time a slow-motion EndOfAnAge comes around, [[spoiler: the Fae have abandoned their world, apparently for another, smaller one, and the few humans aware of the Fae have taken their places in the Fae world.]] The further in you go, the bigger it gets.

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* In the JohnCrowley John Crowley novel ''Little, Big'', ''Literature/LittleBig'', the world of the Fae is smaller than the human world and exists in cracks and crevices of the latter. By the time a slow-motion EndOfAnAge comes around, [[spoiler: the Fae have abandoned their world, apparently for another, smaller one, and the few humans aware of the Fae have taken their places in the Fae world.]] The further in you go, the bigger it gets.
20th Jan '17 11:24:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ThePhantomTollbooth'' has the location of the number Infinity.

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* ''ThePhantomTollbooth'' ''Literature/ThePhantomTollbooth'' has the location of the number Infinity.
12th Jan '17 5:38:11 AM Trueman001
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* Music/TheBeatles named their last recorded album ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' after the street on which the studio (then called EMI) is located. The studio was consequently renamed "Abbey Road Studios" after the album (the sign above the door is a representation of [[AbbeyRoadCrossing the album cover]].

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* Music/TheBeatles named their last recorded album ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' after the street on which the studio (then called EMI) is located. The studio was consequently renamed "Abbey Road Studios" after the album (the sign above the door is a representation of [[AbbeyRoadCrossing the album cover]].cover]]).
12th Jan '17 5:36:45 AM Trueman001
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* Music/TheBeatles named their last recorded album ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' after the street on which the studio (then called EMI) is located. The studio was consequently renamed "Abbey Road Studios" after the album (the sign above the door is a representation of [[AbbeyRoadCrossing the album cover]].
3rd Jan '17 3:13:37 AM RedMuseAniMusic
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** In the episode "No Free Rides", when Mrs. Puff enters the house during the surprise party held by Spongebob's parents, there's a picture on the wall that depicts the exact same situation of Mrs. Puff entering the house. And there's a picture on the wall as well, which also shows Mrs. Puff entering the house the same way...
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