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18th Sep '16 12:39:56 PM CommanderVisor
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''' opening title was usually golden yellow, but it was changed to red in the arc when [[spoiler:Maul came back]] and blue for R2's episodes.
30th Aug '16 2:45:17 PM totoofze47
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* Three of the Paul Rudish WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse shorts have the title read "Minnie Mouse" instead of "Mickey Mouse", as "WesternAnimation/EauDeMinnie", "WesternAnimation/{{Clogged}}", and "WesternAnimation/DoggoneBiscuits". both have Minnie as the main character, with Mickey DemotedToExtra in the first and third and nowhere to be seen in the second.
** "WesternAnimation/DownTheHatch" has the normal end credits theme replaced by Donald singing "Miracles from Molecules" from the old Disneyland attraction ''Adventure Thru Inner Space''.

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* Three A few of the Paul Rudish WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse'' shorts have the title read "Minnie Mouse" instead of "Mickey Mouse", as "WesternAnimation/EauDeMinnie", "WesternAnimation/{{Clogged}}", and "WesternAnimation/DoggoneBiscuits". both "WesternAnimation/DoggoneBiscuits", among others. They have Minnie as the main character, with Mickey DemotedToExtra in the first some of them, and third and even nowhere to be seen in the second.
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others. In a different example, "WesternAnimation/DownTheHatch" has the normal end credits theme replaced by Donald singing "Miracles from Molecules" from the old Disneyland attraction ''Adventure Thru Inner Space''.
5th Aug '16 11:13:12 AM FinalesTropeCrap
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** ''Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special'': a fully decked out Animesque opening.
5th Aug '16 10:58:18 AM FinalesTropeCrap
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* ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' changes their opening in every half-hour special. Examples are:
** ''Exit 9B'': a Main/DarkReprise of the regular opening, featuring dramatic music and the words over a reddish-violet background.
** ''The Christmas Special'': an ominous choir/bells theme plays over the intro on a red/green background.
** ''The Thanksgiving Special'': The title cards play regularly (no pun intended), but over a quite relaxing version of the show's theme.
** ''Skips' Story'': same as ''The Thanksgiving Special'', but with a dramatic orchestral version of the theme playing instead.
** ''The Real Thomas'': The show title and "Created by JG Quintel" credit play normally, but the rest contains an ominous spy movie-esque theme over a purple/red background. Not to mention the credits switch from English to Russian.
** Oddly, in ''The Dome Experiment'', there is no special title sequence. It plays normally.
5th Aug '16 4:11:21 AM Sparrows
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** [[Recap/StevenUniverseS3E20Bismuth "Bismuth"]], the 100th episode, goes straight from the opening sequence into the episode itself; the title screen doesn't appear until Bismuth herself does, with the episode title and storyboard/writing credits fading in onscreen instead of being on a separate card.
1st Aug '16 2:22:22 PM FordPrefect
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** Episode 30 replaced the show's title with Tony M. Nyphot's Flying Risccu, an anagram of the show's title(the opening sketch involved a man who spoke only in anagrams).

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** Episode 30 replaced the show's title with Tony M. Nyphot's Flying Risccu, an anagram of the show's title(the title (the opening sketch involved a man who spoke only in anagrams).



* ''TheYoungOnes'' did this two weeks on the trot with Nasty - done in the style of a Hammer-Horror film - and Time - the first five minites including the titles sequence parodies Dallas.

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* ''TheYoungOnes'' did this two weeks on the trot with Nasty - done in the style of a Hammer-Horror film - and Time - the first five minites minutes, including the titles sequence sequence, parodies Dallas.''Dallas''.



* In a Volume 3 episode of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', the usual title is replaced with an evil-looking 'Villains'.
** The episode is called "Villains".

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* In a Volume 3 episode of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', the usual title is replaced with an evil-looking 'Villains'.
** The episode is called "Villains".
'Villains' (also the title of the episode).
31st Jul '16 12:29:08 AM bohunk
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* The "X-Cops" episode of ''Series/TheXFiles'' used a modified version of the title sequence from ''Cops''.

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* The "X-Cops" episode of ''Series/TheXFiles'' used a modified version of the title sequence from ''Cops''.''Series/{{Cops}}''.
24th Jul '16 12:46:42 PM john_e
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* In the run-up to a general election, the BBC current affairs / politics series ''This Week'' replaces its usual credits with the cast performing a spoof of a well-known song ("Is this the way to Amarillo?" for the 2005 election, and "We're off to see the Wizard" for 2010).
14th Jul '16 1:50:21 AM Silverblade2
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** The guest-animator episodes "A Glitch Is a Glitch" and "Food Chain" have the opening redone by the guest animator.

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** The guest-animator episodes "A Glitch Is a Glitch" and Glitch", "Food Chain" and "Bad Jubies" have the opening redone by the guest animator.
12th Jul '16 4:53:34 PM twilicorn
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* ''Series/NoelsHouseParty'', a production by Creator/TheBBC featuring NoelEdmonds, did this '''twice'''. First of all, on the 15 March 1997 for the VerySpecialEpisode ''Noel's New York House Party'' - [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqS8piirvTE video here]], with the crescendo of the music featuring a view of the [[BigApplesauce Statue of Liberty]], and, [[BizarroEpisode more bizarrely]], the guests' names on-screen - TyneDaly, WilliamShatner, Creator/DavidHasselhoff, Creator/JoanRivers and BarryManilow. The words "New York" were in [[IncrediblyLamePun "Broadway" font]], a font considered naff by some nowadays.\\\
The second time they did an OutsideBroadcast was from Ride/UniversalStudios in 1998, and the episode was called ''Noel's House Party at the Movies'', with similar titles, an episode which is considered FanonDiscontinuity, if not CanonDiscontinuity. However, WordOfGod is that the man himself would have preferred to have stayed in the UK to develop fresh ideas -- mentioned on Website/YouTube.

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* ''Series/NoelsHouseParty'', a production by Creator/TheBBC featuring NoelEdmonds, did ''Series/NoelsHouseParty''
** Their first instance of
this '''twice'''. First of all, on trope was the 15 March 1997 for the VerySpecialEpisode special ''Noel's New York House Party'' - [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqS8piirvTE video here]], with with]] the crescendo of the music featuring a view of the [[BigApplesauce Statue of Liberty]], and, [[BizarroEpisode more bizarrely]], the guests' names on-screen - TyneDaly, WilliamShatner, Tyne Daly, Creator/WilliamShatner, Creator/DavidHasselhoff, Creator/JoanRivers and BarryManilow. The Music/BarryManilow. Also the words "New York" were in [[IncrediblyLamePun "Broadway" font]], a font considered naff by some nowadays.\\\
nowadays.
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The second time was when they did an OutsideBroadcast was a special from Ride/UniversalStudios in 1998, and the episode was called ''Noel's House Party at the Movies'', with and featured similar titles, an titles.[[note]]the Universal episode which is considered FanonDiscontinuity, if not CanonDiscontinuity. However, WordOfGod is that the man himself would have preferred to have stayed in the UK to develop fresh ideas -- mentioned on Website/YouTube.[[/note]]
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