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28th Jul '16 1:38:51 AM damus2300
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** The final reprise of "Do You Hear The People Sing" which closes out

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** The final reprise of "Do You Hear The People Sing" which closes out the show.
21st Jul '16 8:06:47 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* [[SoundtrackDissonance Used somewhat ironically]] in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'''s ending, which features major-key reprises of "Respite from High Charity" of the ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' soundtrack. It's quite a sad, bittersweet piece, appropriate for the occasion - mankind's triumph mixed with the sadness of Master Chief's "loss."

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
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[[SoundtrackDissonance Used somewhat ironically]] in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'''s ending, which features major-key reprises of "Respite from High Charity" of the ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'' soundtrack. It's quite a sad, bittersweet piece, appropriate for the occasion - mankind's triumph mixed with the sadness of Master Chief's "loss."



** And there's the ThemeMusicPowerUp reprise of the main theme during the first and third game's {{escape sequence}}s.

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** And there's the ThemeMusicPowerUp reprise of the main theme during the first [[VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved first]] and third game's {{escape sequence}}s.
14th Jul '16 10:02:21 PM damus2300
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* ''Film/AngerManagement'' has the scene where Jack Nicholson gets Adam Sandler to sing "I Feel Pretty" from ''Theatre/WestSideStory'' in the middle of the Brooklyn Bridge as part of his therapy. The movie ends with him and his other patients singing "I Feel Pretty".
* ''Film Independence Day'' Has this twice in the film one where the City Destroyer attacking Area 51 blows up and another where a montage shows humanity celebrating their survival

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* ''Film/AngerManagement'' has the scene where Jack Nicholson gets Adam Sandler to sing "I Feel Pretty" from ''Theatre/WestSideStory'' in the middle of the Brooklyn Bridge as part of his therapy. The movie ends with him and his other patients singing "I Feel Pretty".
it again when he graduates.
* ''Film Independence Day'' Has ''Film/IndependenceDay'' has this twice in the film film, one where the City Destroyer attacking Area 51 blows up and another where a montage shows humanity celebrating their survival survival.
8th Jul '16 7:09:09 PM CaptainSkywalker
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* ''Film Independence Day'' Has this twice in the film one where the City Destroyer attacking Area 51 blows up and another where a montage shows humanity celebrating their survival
1st Jul '16 7:34:10 AM damus2300
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* In ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'', Maria again sings "My Favorite Things" when she returns to the Von Trapps.
1st Jul '16 7:27:07 AM damus2300
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* ''Theatre/IntoTheWoods'' ends with the reassuring "Children Will Listen", a contrast to The Witch's earlier scathing "Children Don't Listen".
1st Jul '16 6:50:28 AM damus2300
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* A ''Series/{{Community}}'' season 1 episode was about Troy and Abed's biology project about conditioning a lab rat to respond to a song command. Theirs is "Somewhere Out There". Troy is scared of rats but he finally joins in in the climax. Their performance syncs with Chang and his wife salsa dancing to a Gaelic concert at the cafeter, and it's awesome.

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* A ''Series/{{Community}}'' season 1 episode was about Troy and Abed's biology project about conditioning a lab rat to respond to a song command. Theirs is "Somewhere Out There". Troy is scared of rats but he finally joins in in the climax. Their performance syncs with Chang and his wife salsa dancing to a Gaelic concert at the cafeter, cafeteria, and it's awesome.



** The episode where Homer meets a man in a mental institution who thinks he's Music/MichaelJackson. He and Bart compose and perform "Happy Birthday, Lisa". "Michael" sings it again in his real voice as he leaves implying he is cured.

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** The episode where Homer meets a man man in a mental institution who thinks he's Music/MichaelJackson. He and Bart compose and perform "Happy Birthday, Lisa". "Michael" sings it again in his real voice as he leaves implying he is cured.
1st Jul '16 6:49:12 AM damus2300
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* A ''Series/{{Community}}'' season 1 episode was about Troy and Abed's biology project about conditioning a lab rat to respond to a song command. Theirs is "Somewhere Out There". Troy is scared of rats but he finally joins in in the climax. Their performance syncs with Chang and his wife salsa dancing to a Gaelic concert at the cafeter, and it's awesome.



** The episode where Homer meets a man in a mental institution who thinks he's Music/MichaelJackson. He and Bart compose and perform "Happy Birthday, Lisa". "Michael" sings it again in his real voice as he leaves implying he is cured.

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** The episode where Homer meets a man man in a mental institution who thinks he's Music/MichaelJackson. He and Bart compose and perform "Happy Birthday, Lisa". "Michael" sings it again in his real voice as he leaves implying he is cured.
1st Jul '16 6:34:43 AM damus2300
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has the episode The Otto Show, where Otto is temporarily fired from his job as school bus driver, and Seymour Skinner tries to fill in for him. When the students sing "Hail To The Bus Driver" on the bus trip, at first Skinner sings along with it and laughs, but as he gets delayed longer and longer in traffic (because of his inexperience) he starts getting very irritated at the song, eventually shouting "shut up" at the only student still singing it. Toward the end of the episode, Otto gets re-hired. When the students sing "Hail To The Bus Driver" again, Skinner, who's overhearing the singing from a window, looks at the bus and says "yes, hail to the bus driver" in a more serious but happy manner, with a few electric guitar notes playing in the background.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has the ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''
** The
episode The Otto Show, where Otto is temporarily fired from his job as school bus driver, and Seymour Skinner tries to fill in for him. When the students sing "Hail To The Bus Driver" on the bus trip, at first Skinner sings along with it and laughs, but as he gets delayed longer and longer in traffic (because of his inexperience) he starts getting very irritated at the song, eventually shouting "shut up" at the only student still singing it. Toward the end of the episode, Otto gets re-hired. When the students sing "Hail To The Bus Driver" again, Skinner, who's overhearing the singing from a window, looks at the bus and says "yes, hail to the bus driver" in a more serious but happy manner, with a few electric guitar notes playing in the background.background.
** The episode where Homer meets a man in a mental institution who thinks he's Music/MichaelJackson. He and Bart compose and perform "Happy Birthday, Lisa". "Michael" sings it again in his real voice as he leaves implying he is cured.
20th Jun '16 11:45:40 AM gewunomox
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** ''Disney/OliverAndCompany'' ends with [[BillyJoel Dodger]] once again singing "Why Should I Worry?", this time with the rest of the gang sans Oliver joining him in the song.

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** ''Disney/OliverAndCompany'' ends with [[BillyJoel [[Music/BillyJoel Dodger]] once again singing "Why Should I Worry?", this time with the rest of the gang sans Oliver joining him in the song.
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