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11th Nov '16 7:37:29 PM SailorPunkRock
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* Mostly played straight during the party in AvengersAgeOfUltron. While there's the usual group of unknowns, Dr Helen Cho, James Rhodes, Maria Hill, Sam Wilson, and a group of elderly World War II veterans are also present.
8th Nov '16 2:25:19 PM CheeseDogX
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* In the infamous "So bad it's good film" ''Film/TheRoom'', the latter part takes place at a birthday party Lisa throws for Johnny. The party is full of people that the audience has never seen before but the kicker is the character of Steven who has never been introduced up until that point and somehow is involved enough in the plot to give counsel to the main characters. (The character was actually supposed to be another character that was introduced previously, but that actor and the infamous Tommy Wiseau got into an argument, resulting in Wiseau firing him and replacing him with the other actor, hoping no one would notice.)

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* In the infamous "So bad it's good film" ''Film/TheRoom'', the latter part takes place at a birthday party Lisa throws for Johnny. The party is full of people that the audience has never seen before but the kicker is the character of Steven who has never been introduced up until that point and somehow is involved enough in the plot to give counsel to the main characters. (The character was actually supposed to be another character that was introduced previously, but that actor had another gig. Wiseau, despite knowing this, did not finish filming the actor's scenes, and the infamous Tommy Wiseau got into an argument, resulting in Wiseau firing him and replacing him so had to go with the other another actor, hoping no one would notice.)
9th Oct '16 5:39:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* Happens in the ''KateModern'' episodes "Charlie's Party" and "Raise the Roof."

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* Happens in the ''KateModern'' ''WebVideo/KateModern'' episodes "Charlie's Party" and "Raise the Roof."
3rd Sep '16 12:56:01 PM Sharysa
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8th Aug '16 2:50:03 PM Morgenthaler
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* The extras on ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' turn into this whenever a party happens, though most of those parties are organized by [[LifeOfTheParty Pinkie Pie]], who claims to know everyone in town and probably does. If anything, the birthday party she throws for her pet alligator stands out for having such a small guest list. Less justified is Diamond Tiara's cuteceañera, where we clearly see a few adults arriving not accompanied by a minor, including Twilight Sparkle, one of the show's main characters.

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* The extras on ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' turn into this whenever a party happens, though most of those parties are organized by [[LifeOfTheParty Pinkie Pie]], who claims to know everyone in town and probably does. If anything, the birthday party she throws for her pet alligator stands out for having such a small guest list. Less justified is Diamond Tiara's cuteceañera, where we clearly see a few adults arriving not accompanied by a minor, including Twilight Sparkle, one of the show's main characters.


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2nd Aug '16 6:17:40 AM Randallw201238
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* Parodied in ''WebComic/LeastICouldDo'' with Issa's bachelorette party. A part of bunch random women show up and greet her like old friends before it's revealed that [[http://www.leasticoulddo.com/comic/20151118/ she has no clue who they are]]. Rayne just got them to turn up to get things moving until [[http://www.leasticoulddo.com/comic/20151120/ her actual friends could get there]].

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* Parodied in ''WebComic/LeastICouldDo'' with Issa's bachelorette party. A part of bunch of random party women show up and greet her like old friends before it's revealed that [[http://www.leasticoulddo.com/comic/20151118/ she has no clue who they are]]. Rayne just got them to turn up to get things moving until [[http://www.leasticoulddo.com/comic/20151120/ her actual friends could get there]].
2nd Aug '16 6:13:18 AM Randallw201238
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** Subverted again in a later episode where Robin repeatedly guilt's Lilly for forgetting to send the invitations to her bridal shower, finally Lilly gets annoyed and reveals that she didn't forget to send the invitations, Robin simply doesn'n have any friends.

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** Subverted again in a later episode where Robin repeatedly guilt's Lilly for forgetting to send the invitations to her bridal shower, finally Lilly gets annoyed and reveals that she didn't forget to send the invitations, Robin simply doesn'n doesn't have any friends.
2nd Aug '16 6:12:32 AM Randallw201238
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** Subverted again in a later episode were Robin repeatedly guilt's Lilly for forgetting to sent the invitations to her bridal shower, finally Lilly gets annoyed and reveals that she didn't forget to send the invitations Robin simply dosen'n have any friends.

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** Subverted again in a later episode were where Robin repeatedly guilt's Lilly for forgetting to sent send the invitations to her bridal shower, finally Lilly gets annoyed and reveals that she didn't forget to send the invitations invitations, Robin simply dosen'n doesn'n have any friends.
23rd Jun '16 3:26:10 AM gewunomox
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* {{Justified|Trope}} in an episode of ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow'': Drew plans to invite a few people from work over to his house to drink up the last of his homebrew beer. [[ArchNemesis Mimi]] pranks him by putting his flyer in the weekly Winfred-Louder newspaper stuffer, so he ends up with practically all of UsefulNotes/{{Cleveland}} in his house - including SpecialGuest Stars [[{{Eagles}} Joe Walsh]], LittleRichard, and Cleveland's then-mayor. [[note]]Also seen in the background is Grant Shoud, who would later play a character who dates Kate and claims he's the devil. Presumably it's the same character even though he never does anything in the party episode. Conversely, Walsh later plays a guitarist in Drew's band who is most definitely ''not'' Joe Walsh.[[/note]]

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* {{Justified|Trope}} in an episode of ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow'': Drew plans to invite a few people from work over to his house to drink up the last of his homebrew beer. [[ArchNemesis Mimi]] pranks him by putting his flyer in the weekly Winfred-Louder newspaper stuffer, so he ends up with practically all of UsefulNotes/{{Cleveland}} in his house - including SpecialGuest Stars [[{{Eagles}} [[Music/{{Eagles}} Joe Walsh]], LittleRichard, Music/LittleRichard, and Cleveland's then-mayor. [[note]]Also seen in the background is Grant Shoud, who would later play a character who dates Kate and claims he's the devil. Presumably it's the same character even though he never does anything in the party episode. Conversely, Walsh later plays a guitarist in Drew's band who is most definitely ''not'' Joe Walsh.[[/note]]
26th May '16 5:32:42 PM MattP5557
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** Subverted again in a later episode were Robin repeatedly guilt's Lilly for forgetting to sent the invitations to her bridal shower, finally Lilly gets annoyed and reveals that she didn't forget to send the invitations Robin simply dosen'n have any friends.
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