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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.\\\
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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]]
7th Jun '16 8:21:29 PM Willbyr
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* The opening for some episodes of ''YesPrettyCure5 [=GoGo=]'' featured some clips from that season's [[TheMovie movie]]. Similar for ''Anime/FreshPrettyCure'', which previewed the BatFamilyCrossover movie (and later, the season's actual [[TheMovie movie]]) on its opening.

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* The opening for some episodes of ''YesPrettyCure5 [=GoGo=]'' ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5 [=GoGo!=]'' featured some clips from that season's [[TheMovie movie]]. Similar for ''Anime/FreshPrettyCure'', which previewed the BatFamilyCrossover movie (and later, the season's actual [[TheMovie movie]]) on its opening.
18th May '16 3:12:29 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Done in the two SomethingCompletelyDifferent episodes of ''NewsRadio''. The one set [[RecycledINSPACE in space]] had StandardizedSpaceViews instead of the usual {{Establishing Shot}}s of New York City. The ''Titanic'' parody had an Irish folk version of the theme over sepia-tone shots of people salvaging artifacts with the actor's pictures on them.

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* Done in the two SomethingCompletelyDifferent episodes of ''NewsRadio''.''Series/NewsRadio''. The one set [[RecycledINSPACE in space]] had StandardizedSpaceViews instead of the usual {{Establishing Shot}}s of New York City. The ''Titanic'' parody had an Irish folk version of the theme over sepia-tone shots of people salvaging artifacts with the actor's pictures on them.
14th May '16 10:06:06 AM nombretomado
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* The ''JustShootMe'' episode "My Dinner with Woody" had the titles done in the style of the credits of Woody Allen movies (plain white text over black).

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* The ''JustShootMe'' ''Series/JustShootMe'' episode "My Dinner with Woody" had the titles done in the style of the credits of Woody Allen movies (plain white text over black).
5th May '16 8:58:00 PM nombretomado
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** 5.08 'Changing Channels' also contained parodies of several stock television shows, and replaced the opening titles with a sitcom-style montage, complete with appropriately-styled theme song and credits (in the "FullHouse" font, no less).

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** 5.08 'Changing Channels' also contained parodies of several stock television shows, and replaced the opening titles with a sitcom-style montage, complete with appropriately-styled theme song and credits (in the "FullHouse" ''Series/FullHouse'' font, no less).
30th Apr '16 1:26:08 PM DaibhidC
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** The episodes "Al Sah-Him" and "This is Your Sword", when [[spoiler: Oliver joins the League of Assassins]] have a different "My name is Oliver Queen..." monologue from the other season 3 episodes, beginning "[[ThatManIsDead My name was Oliver Queen]]..."
28th Apr '16 9:26:42 AM mkrgolf
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'' episode "Goldfish Follies"has the theme song appear sepia-toned with a old-timey film effect, and has the theme song sung to a ragtime beat.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Clarence}}'' episode "Goldfish Follies"has Follies" has the theme song appear sepia-toned with a old-timey film effect, and has the theme song sung to a ragtime beat.
28th Apr '16 9:15:39 AM mkrgolf
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** "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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** "WesternAnimation/DownTheHatch" has the normal end credits theme replaced by Donald singing "Miracles from Molecules" from the old Disneyland attraction ''Adventure Thru Inner Space''Space''.
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