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18th Apr '16 1:07:33 PM LadyJafaria
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* Sims in Politics in ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' can sometimes receive a chance card that says their speech was replaced with the text of ''Titus Andronicus''. A failure to deliver a new speech would get the Sim fired.
27th Mar '16 10:11:54 AM nombretomado
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* [[TheBully Roger]] would often do this to {{Doug}} such as the time where it led Doug to report that Mr. Bone wore pink underwear. Doug never caught on [[http://dougfunniesjournal.tumblr.com/post/241021275/introducing-doug-funnie because he's crazy]].

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* [[TheBully Roger]] would often do this to {{Doug}} WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} such as the time where it led Doug to report that Mr. Bone wore pink underwear. Doug never caught on [[http://dougfunniesjournal.tumblr.com/post/241021275/introducing-doug-funnie because he's crazy]].
19th Mar '16 1:06:42 AM Hossmeister
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7th Mar '16 7:30:31 AM erforce
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->"Okay. The game is Cue Card Rummy. I deal."

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->"Okay.->''"Okay. The game is Cue Card Rummy. I deal.""''



* ''AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy'': When Veronica switches the teleprompter to read "go fuck yourself, San Diego", Ron reads it without missing a beat.
* In ''TheSeduction'', Morgan Fairchild plays a news anchorwoman named Jamie who is being [[StalkerWithACrush stalked]]. At one point the stalker gets into the newsroom and replaces her teleprompter feed. She starts to read it in her bland newswoman's voice until she realizes what she's saying.

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* ''AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy'': ''Film/AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy'': When Veronica switches the teleprompter to read "go fuck yourself, San Diego", Ron reads it without missing a beat.
* In ''TheSeduction'', ''Film/TheSeduction'', Morgan Fairchild plays a news anchorwoman named Jamie who is being [[StalkerWithACrush stalked]]. At one point the stalker gets into the newsroom and replaces her teleprompter feed. She starts to read it in her bland newswoman's voice until she realizes what she's saying.



* In ''ScaryMovie'' 3, there's a scene in which two characters type conflicting information into a teleprompter, followed by a technician typing in rude words just for laughs. The newscaster reads it all (including gibberish such as the output from just sitting on the keyboard) with a completely straight face.

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* In ''ScaryMovie'' 3, ''Film/ScaryMovie3'', there's a scene in which two characters type conflicting information into a teleprompter, followed by a technician typing in rude words just for laughs. The newscaster reads it all (including gibberish such as the output from just sitting on the keyboard) with a completely straight face.
15th Feb '16 8:03:40 PM MadCat221
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* On ''TheWestWing'', President Bartlett is forced to nominate complete non-entity "Bingo Bob" as a replacement V.P. to avoid a long confirmation battle, and his scriptwriters complain bitterly, going so far as to pen a resounding denunciation of this ridiculous lobbyist lapdog. [[HilarityEnsues Inevitably]], it ends up on the president's teleprompter by mistake. In a partial aversion, Bartlett merely gives a surprised blink and then improvises a glowing eulogy, because he is just that awesome. (And the V.P. actually requests a copy, saying he needs to be aware of what people are thinking of him.)

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* On ''TheWestWing'', President Bartlett is forced to nominate complete non-entity "Bingo Bob" as a replacement V.P. to avoid a long confirmation battle, and his scriptwriters speech writers complain bitterly, going so far as to pen a resounding denunciation of this ridiculous lobbyist lapdog. [[HilarityEnsues Inevitably]], it ends up on the president's teleprompter by mistake. In a partial aversion, Bartlett merely gives a surprised blink and then improvises a glowing eulogy, because he is just that awesome. (And the V.P. actually requests a copy, saying he needs to be aware of what people are thinking of him.)
25th Jan '16 5:14:36 PM MCanter89
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* ''AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy'': When Veronica switches the [=TelePrompTer=] to read "go fuck yourself San Diego", Ron reads it without missing a beat.
* In ''TheSeduction'', Morgan Fairchild plays a news anchorwoman named Jamie who is being [[StalkerWithACrush stalked]]. At one point the stalker gets into the newsroom and replaces her [=TelePrompTer=] feed. She starts to read it in her bland newswoman's voice until she realizes what she's saying.
-->"Jamie, I'm watching you..."''breaks down on live TV'' He's gonna kill me... Please help me... Please!

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* ''AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy'': When Veronica switches the [=TelePrompTer=] teleprompter to read "go fuck yourself yourself, San Diego", Ron reads it without missing a beat.
* In ''TheSeduction'', Morgan Fairchild plays a news anchorwoman named Jamie who is being [[StalkerWithACrush stalked]]. At one point the stalker gets into the newsroom and replaces her [=TelePrompTer=] teleprompter feed. She starts to read it in her bland newswoman's voice until she realizes what she's saying.
-->"Jamie, I'm watching you...you… "''breaks down on live TV'' He's gonna kill me... me… Please help me... me… Please!



* On ''TheWestWing'', President Bartlett is forced to nominate complete non-entity "Bingo Bob" as a replacement V.P. to avoid a long confirmation battle, and his scriptwriters complain bitterly, going so far as to pen a resounding denunciation of this ridiculous lobbyist lapdog. [[HilarityEnsues Inevitably]], it ends up on the president's [=TelePrompTer=] by mistake. In a partial aversion, Bartlett merely gives a surprised blink and then improvises a glowing eulogy, because he is just that awesome. (And the V.P. actually requests a copy, saying he needs to be aware of what people are thinking of him.)

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* On ''TheWestWing'', President Bartlett is forced to nominate complete non-entity "Bingo Bob" as a replacement V.P. to avoid a long confirmation battle, and his scriptwriters complain bitterly, going so far as to pen a resounding denunciation of this ridiculous lobbyist lapdog. [[HilarityEnsues Inevitably]], it ends up on the president's [=TelePrompTer=] teleprompter by mistake. In a partial aversion, Bartlett merely gives a surprised blink and then improvises a glowing eulogy, because he is just that awesome. (And the V.P. actually requests a copy, saying he needs to be aware of what people are thinking of him.)
1st Dec '15 6:53:34 PM nombretomado
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* This is a favorite trick of {{ComicStrip/Garfield}} in [[GarfieldAndFriends his animated TV series]]. He's done it with the cue cards for an exercise show (page quote), a disc jockey's advertisement, and a list of pet tricks for a cat show.

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* This is a favorite trick of {{ComicStrip/Garfield}} in [[GarfieldAndFriends [[WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends his animated TV series]]. He's done it with the cue cards for an exercise show (page quote), a disc jockey's advertisement, and a list of pet tricks for a cat show.
7th Sep '15 10:16:49 PM nombretomado
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* In ''ANightAtTheOpera'', Chico and Harpo swap the sheet music of an entire orchestra so that they all start playing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" in the middle of the opera.

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* In ''ANightAtTheOpera'', ''Film/ANightAtTheOpera'', Chico and Harpo swap the sheet music of an entire orchestra so that they all start playing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" in the middle of the opera.
27th Apr '15 6:07:08 AM Odacon_Spy
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8th Mar '15 5:49:26 AM Chabal2
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* In one of the ''{{VideoGame/Reincarnation}}'' games, you change the price of drinks on a bar blackboard so the bartender will serve drinks or not... note that the bartender appears to be the ''only one working the bar'', and yet fails to question the price magically (literally) changing.
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