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17th Apr '17 12:28:41 AM NightShade96
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* The credits of the ''WebAnimation/CartoonHooligans'' episode "What if Hulk Ripped His Pants #4".
6th Mar '17 10:26:28 AM Vir
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* The 1988 feature-length version of ''Film/TheWizardOfSpeedAndTime'' is full of these from beginning to end, but no more so than at the end of the "speed" sequence of the [[ShowWithinAShow film-within-a-film]] of the same name, which contains what amounts to MikeJittlov's personal manifesto about the power of the creative spirit, elucidated one frame and sentence at a time.

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* The 1988 feature-length version of ''Film/TheWizardOfSpeedAndTime'' is full of these from beginning to end, but no more so than at the end of the "speed" sequence of the [[ShowWithinAShow film-within-a-film]] of the same name, which contains what amounts to MikeJittlov's Creator/MikeJittlov's personal manifesto about the power of the creative spirit, elucidated one frame and sentence at a time.



* The opening credits of ''Film/{{Godzilla 2014}}'' feature the names of the cast and crew surrounded by narrative text that gets quickly redacted about a half-second after appearing. The text deals mainly with the efforts of MONARCH and the military to kill Franchise/{{Godzilla}} and cover up his existence, along with text about a ConspiracyTheorist who thinks the Illuminati are behind all this.

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* The opening credits of ''Film/{{Godzilla 2014}}'' ''Film/Godzilla2014'' feature the names of the cast and crew surrounded by narrative text that gets quickly redacted about a half-second after appearing. The text deals mainly with the efforts of MONARCH and the military to kill Franchise/{{Godzilla}} and cover up his existence, along with text about a ConspiracyTheorist who thinks the Illuminati are behind all this.



* The first trailer for ''Film/Deadpool2'' ends with a long report on ''Literature/TheOldManAndTheSea'' scrolling by.



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27th Feb '17 9:55:32 PM GreatT
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** This seems to be a running gag in the Mario [=RPG=]s. Every game in the ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi'' trilogy does it at some point, and it's been done once or twice in the ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series as well. For example, in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', a woman in Twilight Town grows increasingly frantic when talking about her missing husband, and begins talking in this manner when listing his flaws.

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** This seems to be a running gag in the Mario [=RPG=]s. Every game in the ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi'' trilogy does it at some point, and it's been done once or twice in the ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series as well. For example, in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'', a woman in Twilight Town grows increasingly frantic when talking about her missing husband, and begins talking in this manner when listing his flaws. Rather than become dizzy like the example above, Mario falls asleep during this!
22nd Feb '17 9:23:32 AM gewunomox
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** In episode 5, a computer screen shows what's supposed to be a list of people associated with the Criados space station, but it's actually a list of famous musicians (including Music/StevieWonder, BruceSpringsteen, etc.)

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** In episode 5, a computer screen shows what's supposed to be a list of people associated with the Criados space station, but it's actually a list of famous musicians (including Music/StevieWonder, BruceSpringsteen, Music/BruceSpringsteen, etc.)
9th Feb '17 4:15:20 PM eroock
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Note that it's not just that you couldn't read it because you read slowly. It's that the director intentionally made it so you can't possibly read it in the time it's shown onscreen.

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Note that it's not just that you couldn't read it because you read slowly. It's that the director intentionally made it so you can't possibly read it in the time it's shown onscreen.
onscreen. Compare IfYouCanReadThis.
25th Sep '16 6:52:01 PM falcon2484
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* PlayedForLaughs at the end of the "Con Talk" sketch in Creator/CheechAndChong's ''Still Smokin''. The credits start out moving slowly, but then speed up to an insane velocity. Plus which, there are ''way'' too many names listed for a five-minute program of just two old cons talking on a couch.

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* PlayedForLaughs at the end of the "Con Talk" sketch in Creator/CheechAndChong's ''Still Smokin''.''Film/StillSmokin''. The credits start out moving slowly, but then speed up to an insane velocity. Plus which, there are ''way'' too many names listed for a five-minute program of just two old cons talking on a couch.
25th Sep '16 6:50:33 PM falcon2484
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* PlayedForLaughs at the end of the "Con Talk" sketch in Creator/CheechAndChong's ''Still Smokin''. The credits start out moving slowly, but then speed up to an insane velocity. Plus which, there are ''way'' too many names listed for a five-minute program of just two old cons talking on a couch.
23rd Aug '16 11:55:50 AM Vir
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23rd Aug '16 11:55:40 AM Vir
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** One of the most notable examples was in the episode "Homer Bad Man", where Homer is accused of sexual harassment. A tabloid news program covers this and [[ManipulativeEditing makes Homer look bad]], but eventually corrects their story, listing it alongside [[TheLongList a long, unreadably-fast list]] of other corrections including lines such as "The people who are writing this have no life.", "[[TakeThatAudience If you are reading this, you have no life.]]", and [[http://www.simpsonsarchive.com/episodes/2F11.html "Licking an electrical outlet will not turn you into a Mighty Morphin Power Ranger."]] (More under "Freeze Frame Fun".)

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** One of the most notable examples was in the episode "Homer Bad Man", Badman", where Homer is accused of sexual harassment. A tabloid news program covers this and [[ManipulativeEditing makes Homer look bad]], but eventually corrects their story, listing it alongside [[TheLongList a long, unreadably-fast list]] of other corrections including lines such as "The people who are writing this have no life.", "[[TakeThatAudience If you are reading this, you have no life.]]", and [[http://www.simpsonsarchive.com/episodes/2F11.html "Licking an electrical outlet will not turn you into a Mighty Morphin Power Ranger."]] (More under "Freeze Frame Fun".)



--->'''Troy [=McClure=]:''' Matt Groening insisted that we make time to acknowledge the hard work of everyone who makes "The Simpsons" possible.

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--->'''Troy [=McClure=]:''' Matt Groening insisted that we make time to acknowledge the hard work of everyone who makes "The Simpsons" ''The Simpsons'' possible.



Another Uwe Boll Abortion\\

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Another Uwe Boll Creator/UweBoll Abortion\\


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' episode "Men in Uniform", the park staff design incredibly ugly and nonsensical uniforms in order to help boost performance. When they arrive, the box's caution label is visible for a few seconds and reads "Contents of this package exceed ugly index and should not be combined with other items of similar rating. Avert eyes!"
7th Aug '16 8:54:55 PM AndyLA
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* Speaking of Dharma: [[ChuckLorreVanityPlates Chuck Lorre's "vanity plates".]]

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* Speaking of Dharma: [[ChuckLorreVanityPlates Chuck Lorre's "vanity plates".]]DHARMA: Creator/ChuckLorre's vanity plates.
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