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6th Jul '16 10:45:58 AM LadyEvil
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** A close cousin to the "Boo" is the "Eew!" used when the audience is just disgusted. The RedDwarf audience reaction to Lister drinking hot sauce out of a bottle is an example.
19th May '16 10:12:31 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** Panel games, where nothing is really at stake, don't care so much. On a few occasions on ''{{QI}}'', some smarty in the audience has shouted out a good answer, and Stephen Fry has given them all a collective score. When this happens it's very likely the audience will ''win the game'', as the real contestants are constantly struggling not to ''lose'' points. On one occasion however, they sang along to the (incorrect) German national anthem, and got the buzzer.

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** Panel games, where nothing is really at stake, don't care so much. On a few occasions on ''{{QI}}'', ''Series/{{QI}}'', some smarty in the audience has shouted out a good answer, and Stephen Fry has given them all a collective score. When this happens it's very likely the audience will ''win the game'', as the real contestants are constantly struggling not to ''lose'' points. On one occasion however, they sang along to the (incorrect) German national anthem, and got the buzzer.
8th May '16 9:38:32 PM nombretomado
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** From ''HomeImprovement''[='s=] ShowWithinAShow: "Does everybody know what time it is?" "[[TitleDrop TOOL TIME!]]" - this was actually filmed using volunteers from ''Home Improvement''[='s=] own audience each time, not extras. This practice hilariously led to one outtake where the audience volunteers completely forgot to respond.

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** From ''HomeImprovement''[='s=] ''Series/HomeImprovement''[='s=] ShowWithinAShow: "Does everybody know what time it is?" "[[TitleDrop TOOL TIME!]]" - this was actually filmed using volunteers from ''Home Improvement''[='s=] own audience each time, not extras. This practice hilariously led to one outtake where the audience volunteers completely forgot to respond.



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24th Jan '16 9:34:58 AM nombretomado
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** In talent contests, such as ''Series/TheXFactor''/''Series/AmericanIdol'' or ''StrictlyComeDancing''/ ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'', the studio audience boo at any negative criticism of any performances and when the judges give low scores.

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** In talent contests, such as ''Series/TheXFactor''/''Series/AmericanIdol'' or ''StrictlyComeDancing''/ ''Series/StrictlyComeDancing''/ ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'', the studio audience boo at any negative criticism of any performances and when the judges give low scores.
10th Dec '15 11:31:40 AM FF32
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** [[KidsInTheHall "Screw you, Taxpayer!"]]

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** [[KidsInTheHall [[Series/TheKidsInTheHall "Screw you, Taxpayer!"]]
29th Oct '15 6:00:27 PM smittykins
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**On MatchGame, a "rotten answer" given by a contestant or celebrity elicited this.
12th Oct '15 4:41:21 PM FurryKef
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*** And on the MatchGame, by Gene Rayburn

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*** And on the MatchGame, by Gene RayburnRayburn.
*** When an audience responded in this way to Creator/RichardPryor, he responded, "This ain't Johnny Carson, motherfucker."
3rd Oct '15 5:47:14 AM Morgenthaler
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** In non-fiction shows, booing is for unpopular guests, jokes or topics. On ''DoubleDare1976'', the audience booed when a Spoiler correctly guessed the subject in the bonus round.
** In talent contests, such as ''Series/TheXFactor''/''Series/AmericanIdol'' or ''StrictlyComeDancing''/ ''DancingWithTheStars'', the studio audience boo at any negative criticism of any performances and when the judges give low scores.

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** In non-fiction shows, booing is for unpopular guests, jokes or topics. On ''DoubleDare1976'', ''Series/DoubleDare1976'', the audience booed when a Spoiler correctly guessed the subject in the bonus round.
** In talent contests, such as ''Series/TheXFactor''/''Series/AmericanIdol'' or ''StrictlyComeDancing''/ ''DancingWithTheStars'', ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'', the studio audience boo at any negative criticism of any performances and when the judges give low scores.



*** Something similar happens in-universe on ''TheYoungOnes'', when Rick technically wins University Challenge for Scumbag College, answering the last question ("Who's been tampering with my question cards?") honestly and correctly ("It was me!"). The outraged audience of Footlights College supporters start booing and throwing teddy bears onto the quiz show's stage.

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*** Something similar happens in-universe on ''TheYoungOnes'', ''Series/TheYoungOnes'', when Rick technically wins University Challenge for Scumbag College, answering the last question ("Who's been tampering with my question cards?") honestly and correctly ("It was me!"). The outraged audience of Footlights College supporters start booing and throwing teddy bears onto the quiz show's stage.
1st Jun '15 4:04:11 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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** "Jerry! Jerry!" from ''JerrySpringer''.

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** "Jerry! Jerry!" from ''JerrySpringer''.''[[Series/TheJerrySpringerShow Jerry Springer]]''.
8th May '15 8:58:36 PM nombretomado
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** During the State of the Union, there's often more clapping than the actual State of the Union speech. There are a number of standing ovations, including at the end. It's particularly amusing when only the President's party stands up and claps, and befuddling (and amusing) when the ''opposition'' stands up and claps (like in 2007, when the Democrats once stood up on their own during GeorgeWBush's speech). Also to look for: the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Supreme Court Justices, who remain seated throughout the address while everyone else gets up and down 75-150 times.

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** During the State of the Union, there's often more clapping than the actual State of the Union speech. There are a number of standing ovations, including at the end. It's particularly amusing when only the President's party stands up and claps, and befuddling (and amusing) when the ''opposition'' stands up and claps (like in 2007, when the Democrats once stood up on their own during GeorgeWBush's UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush's speech). Also to look for: the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Supreme Court Justices, who remain seated throughout the address while everyone else gets up and down 75-150 times.
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