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20th Jun '16 12:49:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheTwistedTalesOfFelixTheCat'' also did a plot like this, and like KP, it included a ''Series/{{Friends}}'' sitcom called "Pals".

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* ''TheTwistedTalesOfFelixTheCat'' ''WesternAnimation/TheTwistedTalesOfFelixTheCat'' also did a plot like this, and like KP, it included a ''Series/{{Friends}}'' sitcom called "Pals".
7th Jun '16 7:15:37 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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* Yet another Amiga game: the protagonist of the shooter ''[[http://www.mobygames.com/game/videokid Videokid]]'' gets sucked into his VCR and must fight his way inside five tapes based on different film genres (fantasy, western, sci-fi, gangster drama and horror).
1st Jun '16 2:15:51 PM notarobot-ipromise
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* In ''Series/{{Dramaworld}}'', American college student Claire is magically transported into her favorite Korean drama. She's supposed to be a 'facilitator' to help make sure that the stories stay on track... but things don't go quite according to plan.
18th May '16 9:54:14 AM Malitia
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* What [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]] claims happened to her: She lived an ordinary life in the real world but through some unexplained way was transported in the universe of her favorite fiction, Marvel comics. Other characters think she is crazy, which is certainly also an option (doesn't help that she thinks ''fictional people'' aren't real therefore expendable so she has no qualms [[TheSociopath murdering them in mass]]).
6th May '16 5:44:41 PM WillBGood
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** In a future ''ActorAllusion'', Ethel is played by Nancy Cartwright, who has spent the last 20-plus years as the voice of Bart Simpson.

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** In a future ''ActorAllusion'', HilariousInHindsight: Ethel is played by Nancy Cartwright, who has spent the last 20-plus years as the voice of Bart Simpson.
1st May '16 1:28:56 AM PantaroP
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* One storyline in ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' involved the evil Queen of Fables trapping the League in a book of old fairy tales (the original 💉 ones) and forcing them to live through the stories.

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* One storyline in ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' involved the evil Queen of Fables trapping the League in a book of old fairy tales (the original 💉 bloody ones) and forcing them to live through the stories.



* ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6930195/1/My_Little_Brony_Reality_vs_Fantasy My Little Brony: Reality VS Fantasy]]'' (a ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfic) is about a brony who ends up in Equestria. The Equestrian natives are understandably freaked out, and he's forced to go live with Zecora and Apple Bloom. His arrival, however, is just in time for him to witness one of the great laws of Equestrian apocrypha: that which states that all shall go to 💩. In this case, a mad scientist wants to get rid of the ponies, but it turns out that [[Series/DoctorWho the (ponyfied) Doctor]] and his companion [[EnsembleDarkhorse Derpy]] [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Hooves]] are watching.

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* ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6930195/1/My_Little_Brony_Reality_vs_Fantasy My Little Brony: Reality VS Fantasy]]'' (a ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfic) is about a brony who ends up in Equestria. The Equestrian natives are understandably freaked out, and he's forced to go live with Zecora and Apple Bloom. His arrival, however, is just in time for him to witness one of the great laws of Equestrian apocrypha: that which states that all shall go to 💩.shit. In this case, a mad scientist wants to get rid of the ponies, but it turns out that [[Series/DoctorWho the (ponyfied) Doctor]] and his companion [[EnsembleDarkhorse Derpy]] [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Hooves]] are watching.



* In the sex comedy ''Deep in the Valley'', two friends get trapped in a world based on *** movie cliches, and find it's not all fun and games when a [[{{yandere}} lovesick stalker]] and a FairCop go after them.

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* In the sex comedy ''Deep in the Valley'', two friends get trapped in a world based on *** porn movie cliches, and find it's not all fun and games when a [[{{yandere}} lovesick stalker]] and a FairCop go after them.



* Creator/WoodyAllen's short story ''The Kugelmass Episode'' features a man launching himself into various classic novels. It being Allen, the protagonist enters ''Madame Bovary'' and ''Literature/PortnoysComplaint'' just to 💏 female characters -- though unbeknownst to him the texts change to reflect his intrusion. In the end the machine malfunctions and drops him into a Spanish textbook.

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* Creator/WoodyAllen's short story ''The Kugelmass Episode'' features a man launching himself into various classic novels. It being Allen, the protagonist enters ''Madame Bovary'' and ''Literature/PortnoysComplaint'' just to 💏 have sex with female characters -- though unbeknownst to him the texts change to reflect his intrusion. In the end the machine malfunctions and drops him into a Spanish textbook.



* Creator/TomHolt took a turn in ''My Hero'', in which it's revealed that when a novel is written, a number of "actors" are hired from among the teeming population of characters and have to act it out. The actual plot is driven by a Western writer ending up trapped into his own novel, and then managing to get a message to an indifferently talented boilerplate fantasy author asking her to send the hero of her novels in to find him. The net result goes through everything from ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' to ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'' to ''Literature/SherlockHolmes'', in much the same way that a ####### ### goes through a brick wall. Of note, it's revealed that in-universe, there's a number of openings linking reality and fiction, including ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' and - due to its massive collection of fiction - the basement of the Library of Congress, a hole which permits the fantasy author to get an autograph from [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]].

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* Creator/TomHolt took a turn in ''My Hero'', in which it's revealed that when a novel is written, a number of "actors" are hired from among the teeming population of characters and have to act it out. The actual plot is driven by a Western writer ending up trapped into his own novel, and then managing to get a message to an indifferently talented boilerplate fantasy author asking her to send the hero of her novels in to find him. The net result goes through everything from ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' to ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'' to ''Literature/SherlockHolmes'', in much the same way that a ####### ### wrecking ball goes through a brick wall. Of note, it's revealed that in-universe, there's a number of openings linking reality and fiction, including ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' and - due to its massive collection of fiction - the basement of the Library of Congress, a hole which permits the fantasy author to get an autograph from [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]].



* Web Cartoon example: The ''[[http://www.newgrounds.com/collection/imp.html International *** Patrol]]'' has the dubious honor of having two episodes featuring this trope; Episode 10 centered around characters Hentai Boy and H Hog being sucked into a videogame console. The 2007 Halloween episode 2-parter had Henrik being sucked into the TV, too.

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* Web Cartoon example: The ''[[http://www.newgrounds.com/collection/imp.html International *** Moron Patrol]]'' has the dubious honor of having two episodes featuring this trope; Episode 10 centered around characters Hentai Boy and H Hog being sucked into a videogame console. The 2007 Halloween episode 2-parter had Henrik being sucked into the TV, too.



* ''WebAnimation/KaizoTrap'' has a video game trapping the heroine's partner inside it, and she goes in to rescue him. Unfortunately the game is a PlatformHell title, but after countless deaths and game overs, she eventually gets the skills of a speedrunner.



* Rather savagely deconstructed in ''Webcomic/{{minus}}'', somewhat surprisingly considering the tone of the comic. In [[http://www.kiwisbybeat.com/minus125.html this]] strip, minus brings [[VictimizedBystander a random boy]] into a [[StoryWithinAStory book]] for some reason, and, like with most Self-Insert characters, the boy makes himself into a {{God Mode S|ue}}tu, [[Magnificent🙇 playing both the story's hero and villain like a violin]] [[OmnicidalNeutral without regard for the sake of the world]]. It's all fun and games until he realizes that he can't return to his own world, at which point he goes somersaulting over the DespairEventHorizon and [[OffscreenInertia is implied]] to [[RocksFallEveryoneDies destroy the world and everyone in it]], including [[DrivenToSuicide himself]].

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* Rather savagely deconstructed in ''Webcomic/{{minus}}'', somewhat surprisingly considering the tone of the comic. In [[http://www.kiwisbybeat.com/minus125.html this]] strip, minus brings [[VictimizedBystander a random boy]] into a [[StoryWithinAStory book]] for some reason, and, like with most Self-Insert characters, the boy makes himself into a {{God Mode S|ue}}tu, [[Magnificent🙇 [[MagnificentBastard playing both the story's hero and villain like a violin]] [[OmnicidalNeutral without regard for the sake of the world]]. It's all fun and games until he realizes that he can't return to his own world, at which point he goes somersaulting over the DespairEventHorizon and [[OffscreenInertia is implied]] to [[RocksFallEveryoneDies destroy the world and everyone in it]], including [[DrivenToSuicide himself]].



* In ''Webcomic/Homestuck'',John asks his Nanna if this is the case when he enters the Medium. It is not.

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* In ''Webcomic/Homestuck'',John ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'',John asks his Nanna if this is the case when he enters the Medium. It is not.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' did it with classic (and handily public-domain) ''books'' in one episode: ''Tom Sawyer'', ''Moby 🌭'' and ''Pride and Prejudice''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' did it with classic (and handily public-domain) ''books'' in one episode: ''Tom Sawyer'', ''Moby 🌭'' Dick'' and ''Pride and Prejudice''.



* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. In the episode "Dimension Twist" Kim, Ron, Rufus, Dr. Drakken and Shego are pulled into a dimensional vortex crossed with a TV cable signal. Shows they visit: ''Series/{{Friends}}'', rendered as ''Pals'', ''Space Passage'', a ''Star Trek'' sendup, with Kim as a RedShirt, ''Series/{{Survivor}}'' - in the Arctic, a kids' puppet show reminiscent of ''Teletubbies'', a ''Tom and Jerry''-style cartoon, ''Series/FearFactor'', ''Series/{{Alias}}''[[note]]which KP has been accused of ripping off[[/note]], ''Series/That70sShow'', reimagined into the Salem era as ''That 1670s Show'', ''Series/{{ER}}'', ''Evil Eye for the Bad Guy'', a supervillain's version of ''*** Eye For The Straight Guy'', ''The Fearless Ferret'', a parody of the old ''Series/{{Batman}}'' show and a ContinuityNod to a previous episode, ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' with triangles (which oddly enough seems reminiscent of ''Series/{{Battlestars}}'' from the [[Creator/MerrillHeatter same producer]], though they likely didn't know of that show), a commercial for Ron's favorite restaurant, "Bueno Nacho", Professional Wrestling, a cooking show, with Rufus as the secret ingredient; a talk show, and ''Animal Planet'', rerendered as ''Ape Island'', which is hell for Ron.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. In the episode "Dimension Twist" Kim, Ron, Rufus, Dr. Drakken and Shego are pulled into a dimensional vortex crossed with a TV cable signal. Shows they visit: ''Series/{{Friends}}'', rendered as ''Pals'', ''Space Passage'', a ''Star Trek'' sendup, with Kim as a RedShirt, ''Series/{{Survivor}}'' - in the Arctic, a kids' puppet show reminiscent of ''Teletubbies'', a ''Tom and Jerry''-style cartoon, ''Series/FearFactor'', ''Series/{{Alias}}''[[note]]which KP has been accused of ripping off[[/note]], ''Series/That70sShow'', reimagined into the Salem era as ''That 1670s Show'', ''Series/{{ER}}'', ''Evil Eye for the Bad Guy'', a supervillain's version of ''*** ''Queer Eye For The Straight Guy'', ''The Fearless Ferret'', a parody of the old ''Series/{{Batman}}'' show and a ContinuityNod to a previous episode, ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' with triangles (which oddly enough seems reminiscent of ''Series/{{Battlestars}}'' from the [[Creator/MerrillHeatter same producer]], though they likely didn't know of that show), a commercial for Ron's favorite restaurant, "Bueno Nacho", Professional Wrestling, a cooking show, with Rufus as the secret ingredient; a talk show, and ''Animal Planet'', rerendered as ''Ape Island'', which is hell for Ron.
28th Apr '16 6:37:14 PM theguywithanaccount
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* One storyline in ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' involved the evil Queen of Fables trapping the League in a book of old fairy tales (the original bloody ones) and forcing them to live through the stories.

to:

* One storyline in ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' involved the evil Queen of Fables trapping the League in a book of old fairy tales (the original bloody 💉 ones) and forcing them to live through the stories.



* ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6930195/1/My_Little_Brony_Reality_vs_Fantasy My Little Brony: Reality VS Fantasy]]'' (a ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfic) is about a brony who ends up in Equestria. The Equestrian natives are understandably freaked out, and he's forced to go live with Zecora and Apple Bloom. His arrival, however, is just in time for him to witness one of the great laws of Equestrian apocrypha: that which states that all shall go to shit. In this case, a mad scientist wants to get rid of the ponies, but it turns out that [[Series/DoctorWho the (ponyfied) Doctor]] and his companion [[EnsembleDarkhorse Derpy]] [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Hooves]] are watching.

to:

* ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/6930195/1/My_Little_Brony_Reality_vs_Fantasy My Little Brony: Reality VS Fantasy]]'' (a ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfic) is about a brony who ends up in Equestria. The Equestrian natives are understandably freaked out, and he's forced to go live with Zecora and Apple Bloom. His arrival, however, is just in time for him to witness one of the great laws of Equestrian apocrypha: that which states that all shall go to shit.💩. In this case, a mad scientist wants to get rid of the ponies, but it turns out that [[Series/DoctorWho the (ponyfied) Doctor]] and his companion [[EnsembleDarkhorse Derpy]] [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Hooves]] are watching.



* In the sex comedy ''Deep in the Valley'', two friends get trapped in a world based on porn movie cliches, and find it's not all fun and games when a [[{{yandere}} lovesick stalker]] and a FairCop go after them.

to:

* In the sex comedy ''Deep in the Valley'', two friends get trapped in a world based on porn ***** movie cliches, and find it's not all fun and games when a [[{{yandere}} lovesick stalker]] and a FairCop go after them.



* Creator/WoodyAllen's short story ''The Kugelmass Episode'' features a man launching himself into various classic novels. It being Allen, the protagonist enters ''Madame Bovary'' and ''Literature/PortnoysComplaint'' just to fuck female characters -- though unbeknownst to him the texts change to reflect his intrusion. In the end the machine malfunctions and drops him into a Spanish textbook.

to:

* Creator/WoodyAllen's short story ''The Kugelmass Episode'' features a man launching himself into various classic novels. It being Allen, the protagonist enters ''Madame Bovary'' and ''Literature/PortnoysComplaint'' just to fuck 💏 female characters -- though unbeknownst to him the texts change to reflect his intrusion. In the end the machine malfunctions and drops him into a Spanish textbook.



* Creator/TomHolt took a turn in ''My Hero'', in which it's revealed that when a novel is written, a number of "actors" are hired from among the teeming population of characters and have to act it out. The actual plot is driven by a Western writer ending up trapped into his own novel, and then managing to get a message to an indifferently talented boilerplate fantasy author asking her to send the hero of her novels in to find him. The net result goes through everything from ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' to ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'' to ''Literature/SherlockHolmes'', in much the same way that a wrecking ball goes through a brick wall. Of note, it's revealed that in-universe, there's a number of openings linking reality and fiction, including ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' and - due to its massive collection of fiction - the basement of the Library of Congress, a hole which permits the fantasy author to get an autograph from [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]].

to:

* Creator/TomHolt took a turn in ''My Hero'', in which it's revealed that when a novel is written, a number of "actors" are hired from among the teeming population of characters and have to act it out. The actual plot is driven by a Western writer ending up trapped into his own novel, and then managing to get a message to an indifferently talented boilerplate fantasy author asking her to send the hero of her novels in to find him. The net result goes through everything from ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' to ''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream'' to ''Literature/SherlockHolmes'', in much the same way that a wrecking ball ####### ### goes through a brick wall. Of note, it's revealed that in-universe, there's a number of openings linking reality and fiction, including ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' and - due to its massive collection of fiction - the basement of the Library of Congress, a hole which permits the fantasy author to get an autograph from [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain Kirk]].



* Web Cartoon example: The ''[[http://www.newgrounds.com/collection/imp.html International Moron Patrol]]'' has the dubious honor of having two episodes featuring this trope; Episode 10 centered around characters Hentai Boy and H Hog being sucked into a videogame console. The 2007 Halloween episode 2-parter had Henrik being sucked into the TV, too.

to:

* Web Cartoon example: The ''[[http://www.newgrounds.com/collection/imp.html International Moron ***** Patrol]]'' has the dubious honor of having two episodes featuring this trope; Episode 10 centered around characters Hentai Boy and H Hog being sucked into a videogame console. The 2007 Halloween episode 2-parter had Henrik being sucked into the TV, too.



* Rather savagely deconstructed in ''Webcomic/{{minus}}'', somewhat surprisingly considering the tone of the comic. In [[http://www.kiwisbybeat.com/minus125.html this]] strip, minus brings [[VictimizedBystander a random boy]] into a [[StoryWithinAStory book]] for some reason, and, like with most Self-Insert characters, the boy makes himself into a {{God Mode S|ue}}tu, [[MagnificentBastard playing both the story's hero and villain like a violin]] [[OmnicidalNeutral without regard for the sake of the world]]. It's all fun and games until he realizes that he can't return to his own world, at which point he goes somersaulting over the DespairEventHorizon and [[OffscreenInertia is implied]] to [[RocksFallEveryoneDies destroy the world and everyone in it]], including [[DrivenToSuicide himself]].

to:

* Rather savagely deconstructed in ''Webcomic/{{minus}}'', somewhat surprisingly considering the tone of the comic. In [[http://www.kiwisbybeat.com/minus125.html this]] strip, minus brings [[VictimizedBystander a random boy]] into a [[StoryWithinAStory book]] for some reason, and, like with most Self-Insert characters, the boy makes himself into a {{God Mode S|ue}}tu, [[MagnificentBastard [[Magnificent🙇 playing both the story's hero and villain like a violin]] [[OmnicidalNeutral without regard for the sake of the world]]. It's all fun and games until he realizes that he can't return to his own world, at which point he goes somersaulting over the DespairEventHorizon and [[OffscreenInertia is implied]] to [[RocksFallEveryoneDies destroy the world and everyone in it]], including [[DrivenToSuicide himself]].



* In ''Webcomic/Homestuck'',John asks his Nanna if this is the case when he enters the Medium. It is not.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' did it with classic (and handily public-domain) ''books'' in one episode: ''Tom Sawyer'', ''Moby Dick'' and ''Pride and Prejudice''.

to:

* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' did it with classic (and handily public-domain) ''books'' in one episode: ''Tom Sawyer'', ''Moby Dick'' 🌭'' and ''Pride and Prejudice''.



* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. In the episode "Dimension Twist" Kim, Ron, Rufus, Dr. Drakken and Shego are pulled into a dimensional vortex crossed with a TV cable signal. Shows they visit: ''Series/{{Friends}}'', rendered as ''Pals'', ''Space Passage'', a ''Star Trek'' sendup, with Kim as a RedShirt, ''Series/{{Survivor}}'' - in the Arctic, a kids' puppet show reminiscent of ''Teletubbies'', a ''Tom and Jerry''-style cartoon, ''Series/FearFactor'', ''Series/{{Alias}}''[[note]]which KP has been accused of ripping off[[/note]], ''Series/That70sShow'', reimagined into the Salem era as ''That 1670s Show'', ''Series/{{ER}}'', ''Evil Eye for the Bad Guy'', a supervillain's version of ''Queer Eye For The Straight Guy'', ''The Fearless Ferret'', a parody of the old ''Series/{{Batman}}'' show and a ContinuityNod to a previous episode, ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' with triangles (which oddly enough seems reminiscent of ''Series/{{Battlestars}}'' from the [[Creator/MerrillHeatter same producer]], though they likely didn't know of that show), a commercial for Ron's favorite restaurant, "Bueno Nacho", Professional Wrestling, a cooking show, with Rufus as the secret ingredient; a talk show, and ''Animal Planet'', rerendered as ''Ape Island'', which is hell for Ron.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. In the episode "Dimension Twist" Kim, Ron, Rufus, Dr. Drakken and Shego are pulled into a dimensional vortex crossed with a TV cable signal. Shows they visit: ''Series/{{Friends}}'', rendered as ''Pals'', ''Space Passage'', a ''Star Trek'' sendup, with Kim as a RedShirt, ''Series/{{Survivor}}'' - in the Arctic, a kids' puppet show reminiscent of ''Teletubbies'', a ''Tom and Jerry''-style cartoon, ''Series/FearFactor'', ''Series/{{Alias}}''[[note]]which KP has been accused of ripping off[[/note]], ''Series/That70sShow'', reimagined into the Salem era as ''That 1670s Show'', ''Series/{{ER}}'', ''Evil Eye for the Bad Guy'', a supervillain's version of ''Queer ''***** Eye For The Straight Guy'', ''The Fearless Ferret'', a parody of the old ''Series/{{Batman}}'' show and a ContinuityNod to a previous episode, ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' with triangles (which oddly enough seems reminiscent of ''Series/{{Battlestars}}'' from the [[Creator/MerrillHeatter same producer]], though they likely didn't know of that show), a commercial for Ron's favorite restaurant, "Bueno Nacho", Professional Wrestling, a cooking show, with Rufus as the secret ingredient; a talk show, and ''Animal Planet'', rerendered as ''Ape Island'', which is hell for Ron.
26th Apr '16 6:23:41 AM themisterfree
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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. In the episode "Dimension Twist" Kim, Ron, Rufus, Dr. Drakken and Shego are pulled into a dimensional vortex crossed with a TV cable signal. Shows they visit: ''Series/{{Friends}}'', rendered as ''Pals'', ''Space Passage'', a ''Star Trek'' sendup, with Kim as a RedShirt, ''Series/{{Survivor}}'' - in the Arctic, a kids' puppet show reminiscent of ''Teletubbies'', a ''Tom and Jerry''-style cartoon, ''Series/FearFactor'', ''Series/{{Alias}}''[[note]]which KP has been accused of ripping off[[/note]], ''Series/That70sShow'', reimagined into the Salem era as ''That 1670s Show'', ''Series/{{ER}}'', ''Evil Eye for the Bad Guy'', a supervillain's version of ''Queer Eye For The Straight Guy'', ''The Fearless Ferret'', a parody of the old ''Series/{{Batman}}'' show and a ContinuityNod to a previous episode, ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'', a commercial for Ron's favorite restaraunt, "Bueno Nacho", Professional Wrestling, a cooking show, with Rufus as the secret ingredient; a talk show, and ''Animal Planet'', rerendered as ''Ape Island'', which is hell for Ron.

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* ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. In the episode "Dimension Twist" Kim, Ron, Rufus, Dr. Drakken and Shego are pulled into a dimensional vortex crossed with a TV cable signal. Shows they visit: ''Series/{{Friends}}'', rendered as ''Pals'', ''Space Passage'', a ''Star Trek'' sendup, with Kim as a RedShirt, ''Series/{{Survivor}}'' - in the Arctic, a kids' puppet show reminiscent of ''Teletubbies'', a ''Tom and Jerry''-style cartoon, ''Series/FearFactor'', ''Series/{{Alias}}''[[note]]which KP has been accused of ripping off[[/note]], ''Series/That70sShow'', reimagined into the Salem era as ''That 1670s Show'', ''Series/{{ER}}'', ''Evil Eye for the Bad Guy'', a supervillain's version of ''Queer Eye For The Straight Guy'', ''The Fearless Ferret'', a parody of the old ''Series/{{Batman}}'' show and a ContinuityNod to a previous episode, ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'', ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'' with triangles (which oddly enough seems reminiscent of ''Series/{{Battlestars}}'' from the [[Creator/MerrillHeatter same producer]], though they likely didn't know of that show), a commercial for Ron's favorite restaraunt, restaurant, "Bueno Nacho", Professional Wrestling, a cooking show, with Rufus as the secret ingredient; a talk show, and ''Animal Planet'', rerendered as ''Ape Island'', which is hell for Ron.
12th Mar '16 11:18:20 AM nombretomado
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* Happens to ''WesternAnimation/TheMask'', when hes sucked into his TV by villain The Channel Surfer, a former tv fanatic mutated by the combined radiation from a wall of televisions falling on him. Once inside, The Mask is exposed to sights that not even he can stand, such as a nauseating CareBears parody, a [[DeaderThanDisco Best Hits of the 70s CD ad]], complete with The Mask freaking out over now wearing a polyester leisure suit, and GilligansIsland.

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* Happens to ''WesternAnimation/TheMask'', when hes sucked into his TV by villain The Channel Surfer, a former tv TV fanatic mutated by the combined radiation from a wall of televisions falling on him. Once inside, The Mask is exposed to sights that not even he can stand, such as a nauseating CareBears Franchise/CareBears parody, a [[DeaderThanDisco Best Hits of the 70s CD ad]], complete with The Mask freaking out over now wearing a polyester leisure suit, and GilligansIsland.''Series/GilligansIsland''.
7th Mar '16 2:30:09 PM Adept
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* ''{{Smosh}}: TheMovie'' revolves around Anthony and Ian finding [[InstantHumiliationJustAddYouTube an embarrassing YouTube video of one of themselves]] they want removed, resulting in them going to [=YouTube=] headquarters and asking Steve [=YouTube=] to remove it. He then suggests that the two "change the video from the inside", resulting in them travelling through various videos.

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* ''{{Smosh}}: ''WebVideo/{{Smosh}}: TheMovie'' revolves around Anthony and Ian finding [[InstantHumiliationJustAddYouTube an embarrassing YouTube video of one of themselves]] they want removed, resulting in them going to [=YouTube=] headquarters and asking Steve [=YouTube=] to remove it. He then suggests that the two "change the video from the inside", resulting in them travelling through various videos.
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