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30th Dec '16 7:31:02 AM ZootyCutie94
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* Moose Toys managed to get on the map with ''Toys/TheTrashPack'', a gross-out collectible toy that grew very popular. Their next big venture was ''Toys/{{Shopkins}}'', which became even ''more'' popular, even surpassing ''Trash Pack''. When ''Shopkins'' was still hot and ''Trash Pack'' was gone, they created ''Toys/TheGrosseryGang''...basically a sickening ''Trash Pack''-style mockery of their own ''Shopkins'' line.

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* Moose Toys managed to get on the map with ''Toys/TheTrashPack'', a gross-out collectible toy that grew very popular. Their next big venture was ''Toys/{{Shopkins}}'', which became even ''more'' popular, even surpassing ''Trash Pack''. When ''Shopkins'' was still hot and ''Trash Pack'' was gone, they created ''Toys/TheGrosseryGang''...basically a sickening ''Trash Pack''-style mockery of their own ''Shopkins'' line. They would later flat-out parody ''Shopkins'' as "Slopkins" in one of their ''Grossery Gang'' videos.
10th Dec '16 8:59:16 PM WileK209
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* ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'' did this quite a bit, and ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo'' did it even more!
30th Nov '16 12:24:49 AM KillerDucks
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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' does this at least once a season, in episodes such as "Hollywood Babylon" and "The Real Ghostbusters". Both of which pale into insignificance next to "The French Mistake".

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' does this at least once a season, in episodes such as "Hollywood Babylon" and "The Real Ghostbusters". Both of which pale into insignificance next to "The French Mistake". Taken {{Up to Eleven}} in the 200th musical episode.
17th Oct '16 5:11:03 PM nombretomado
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* Some interpretations of ''ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder'' suggest that it is a SelfParody of FrankMiller's earlier work.

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* Some interpretations of ''ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder'' suggest that it is a SelfParody of FrankMiller's Creator/FrankMiller's earlier work.
2nd Oct '16 12:58:09 PM nombretomado
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* EdgarAllanPoe's ''How to Write a Blackwood Article'' has its protagonist ask a parody of himself for writing advice. She in turn goes on to "write" Poe's ''A Predicament'', in which she [[{{Malaproper}} mangles a fair number of literary references]] and [[LosingYourHead gets beheaded by a clock]] due to a combination of [[TooDumbToLive stupidity]] and ExactWords being used against her...[[UndeadAuthor and survives to lament having lost her head, her manservant and her dog all at once.]]

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* EdgarAllanPoe's Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's ''How to Write a Blackwood Article'' has its protagonist ask a parody of himself for writing advice. She in turn goes on to "write" Poe's ''A Predicament'', in which she [[{{Malaproper}} mangles a fair number of literary references]] and [[LosingYourHead gets beheaded by a clock]] due to a combination of [[TooDumbToLive stupidity]] and ExactWords being used against her...[[UndeadAuthor and survives to lament having lost her head, her manservant and her dog all at once.]]
19th Sep '16 8:37:03 PM nombretomado
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* The "Night At the Comic Shop" issue of ''ArchieComics'' had comic book characters come to life. One of the characters was "Wilbur", who dresses pretty much identical to Archie's old design (except with a "W" on his cardigan). He's described as a "wacky teenager who's always chasing girls" and true to art Veronica shows attraction to him.

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* The "Night At the Comic Shop" issue of ''ArchieComics'' ''Franchise/ArchieComics'' had comic book characters come to life. One of the characters was "Wilbur", who dresses pretty much identical to Archie's old design (except with a "W" on his cardigan). He's described as a "wacky teenager who's always chasing girls" and true to art Veronica shows attraction to him.
12th Aug '16 3:11:04 PM ZootyCutie94
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* Moose Toys managed to get on the map with ''Toys/TheTrashPack'', a gross-out collectible toy that grew very popular. Their next big venture was ''Toys/{{Shopkins}}'', which became even ''more'' popular, even surpassing ''Trash Pack''. When ''Shopkins'' was still hot and ''Trash Pack'' was gone, they created ''The Grossery Gang''...basically a sickening ''Trash Pack''-style mockery of their own ''Shopkins'' line.

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* Moose Toys managed to get on the map with ''Toys/TheTrashPack'', a gross-out collectible toy that grew very popular. Their next big venture was ''Toys/{{Shopkins}}'', which became even ''more'' popular, even surpassing ''Trash Pack''. When ''Shopkins'' was still hot and ''Trash Pack'' was gone, they created ''The Grossery Gang''...''Toys/TheGrosseryGang''...basically a sickening ''Trash Pack''-style mockery of their own ''Shopkins'' line.
11th Aug '16 10:04:26 PM damus2300
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** Another episode is about the Tree Hill putting on a stage show chronicling the love story of Nathan and Hailey.

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** Another episode is about the Tree Hill kids putting on a stage show chronicling the love story of Nathan and Hailey.Hailey.
* The ''Series/WillAndGrace'' episode "No Series/SexAndTheCity" parodies the show's sitcom clichés.
11th Aug '16 9:59:24 PM damus2300
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* The ''Music/{{Queen}}'' music video for "The Great Pretender" parodies their past music videos.
11th Aug '16 4:44:37 AM damus2300
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* ''Series/OneTreeHill'' has an episode where the Tree Hill gang rescues Mouth when Rachel leaves him in a small Texas town. None of them made it to their prom so they crash the local high school and find out that the teens in this ''actual small American town'' aren't as attractive as they are and they don't live exciting lives as they do.

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* ''Series/OneTreeHill'' has ''Series/OneTreeHill''
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an episode where the Tree Hill gang rescues Mouth when Rachel leaves him in a small Texas town. None of them made it to their prom so they crash the local high school and find out that the teens in this ''actual small American town'' aren't as attractive as they are and they don't live exciting lives as they do.do.
** Another episode is about the Tree Hill putting on a stage show chronicling the love story of Nathan and Hailey.
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