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17th May '18 10:34:32 PM JudasZala
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* In an episode of ''Anime/TenchiMuyoGXP'', a Good Luck Meter appears during Seiryo's search for any lucky treasures and relics, hoping to use them to counter Seina's bad luck.
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9th Apr '18 10:12:18 AM Ninamarie124
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24th Mar '18 10:17:31 PM nombretomado
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* An Ascendometer is a self-contained, portable unit from the ''StargateVerse'' used to analyze neural activity in the brain. This allows people to judge how close to ascension someone is.

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* An Ascendometer is a self-contained, portable unit from the ''StargateVerse'' ''Franchise/StargateVerse'' used to analyze neural activity in the brain. This allows people to judge how close to ascension someone is.
12th Jan '18 2:36:49 PM rjd1922
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[[folder: Live Action TV ]]

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[[folder: Live Action Live-Action TV ]]
12th Jan '18 2:36:39 PM rjd1922
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* In ''Film/NannyMcPheeAndTheBigBang'', there is the Happy-o-Meter, which measures happiness of the pigs. The levels are "amused", "tickled pink", "cloud nine", "ecstatic" and "delirious".

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* In ''Film/NannyMcPheeAndTheBigBang'', ''Film/NannyMcPhee and the Big Bang'', there is the Happy-o-Meter, which measures happiness of the pigs. The levels are "amused", "tickled pink", "cloud nine", "ecstatic" and "delirious".
21st Nov '17 1:27:40 PM Unicorndance
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* In ''Film/NannyMcPheeAndTheBigBang'', there is the Happy-o-Meter, which measures happiness of the pigs. The levels are "amused", "tickled pink", "cloud nine", "ecstatic" and "delirious".




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* ''VideoGame/MoshiMonsters'':
** Apparently, Buster Bumblechops possesses something called a "snore-o-meter".
** At the disco, your score is measured on the "Cheer-o-meter".
17th Nov '17 7:57:38 PM Andyroid
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* In the ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode featuring ''Angel's Revenge,'' Tom Servo invents a Shame-O-Meter (pronounced "shuh-MAH-meh-ter") to measure the shame the actors in the film are feeling.

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* ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'':
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In the ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode featuring ''Angel's Revenge,'' Tom Servo invents a Shame-O-Meter (pronounced "shuh-MAH-meh-ter") to measure the shame the actors in the film are feeling.feeling, using Peter Lawford as a baseline. Exposure to Dr. Forrester and TV's Frank dressed as Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs [[ReadingsAreOffTheScale nearly breaks the meter]].
18th Aug '17 10:14:17 AM FordPrefect
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* During his reign as Wrestling/{{WWE}} Intercontinental Champion, Wrestling/SantinoMarella would rate himself against the longest-reigning IC champ in history, The Wrestling/HonkyTonkNan, using the "Honk-A-Meter".

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* During his reign as Wrestling/{{WWE}} Intercontinental Champion, Wrestling/SantinoMarella would rate himself against the longest-reigning IC champ in history, The Wrestling/HonkyTonkNan, Wrestling/HonkyTonkMan, using the "Honk-A-Meter".
18th Aug '17 10:13:46 AM FordPrefect
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* ''Hot Seat'' was a short-lived ABC game show from 1976 [[note]](which premiered the same day ''Series/FamilyFeud'' did)[[/note]] in which married couples are attached to [{{lie detector}}s in answering questions about their married life.

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* ''Hot Seat'' was a short-lived ABC game show from 1976 [[note]](which premiered the same day ''Series/FamilyFeud'' did)[[/note]] in which married couples are attached to [{{lie {{lie detector}}s in while answering questions about their married life.
3rd Jun '17 2:42:19 PM nombretomado
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* When discussing the development of the {{Wii}}, Miyamoto mentioned a theoretical "Wife-o-Meter" he used to measure his wife's increasing interest in video games over the years.

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* When discussing the development of the {{Wii}}, UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, Miyamoto mentioned a theoretical "Wife-o-Meter" he used to measure his wife's increasing interest in video games over the years.
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