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3rd Nov '16 7:18:17 PM storyyeller
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** Done again in ''WesternAnimation/LegendOfKorra'' with the episode "Remembrances", where Mako, Korra, and Verrick tell stories [[ClipShow about the previous events of the show]].
10th Oct '16 11:12:54 AM MagnusForce
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** Season 6's "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular" (focusing on [[YouMeanXmas Xmas, Robanukah]], and Kwanzaa) and "Reincarnation" (featuring {{Medium Shift}}s into a 30s' cartoon, a video game, and a 80s anime) also count. As well as Season 7's "Naturama" (a parody of nature documentaries) and "Saturday Morning Fun Pit" (making fun of Saturday morning cartons).

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** Season 6's "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular" (focusing on [[YouMeanXmas Xmas, Robanukah]], and Kwanzaa) and "Reincarnation" (featuring {{Medium Shift}}s Medium Shifts into a 30s' cartoon, a video game, and a 80s anime) also count. As well as Season 7's "Naturama" (a parody of nature documentaries) and "Saturday Morning Fun Pit" (making fun of Saturday morning cartons).



* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' had this in its "Viewer Mail" (Family Guy Viewer Mail #1 and #2) and "Stephen King" episodes (Three Kings).

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' had this in its "Viewer Mail" (Family Guy Viewer Mail #1 and #2) and #2), the "Stephen King" episodes episode (Three Kings).Kings), and the {{Fractured Fairy Tale}}s episode ("Grimm Job").



* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'': One episode showed Jack at four different times of a year, defeating seasonal-themed enemies.
** In Winter, a tribe used all of their resources to create an incredibly powerful weapon, and fought each other to find the most worthy to wield it against Jack. [[spoiler:[[CurbstompBattle Jack wins]]]].
** In Spring, what appears to be a nature spirit offers Jack a chance to rest. [[spoiler:He realizes in time that it's a trap, and continues on his way]].
** In Summer, Jack crosses a desert, and is attacked by strange shadowy creatures. His sword passes right through them. He almost overexerts himself in the heat trying to fight them off, but [[spoiler:realizes they can't actually hurt him, so he doesn't have to fight. He walks through them]].
** In Fall, a scientist gathers fallen leaves to make a deadly poison. He pours it into a well, which Jack later drinks from. Jack collapses, and the Scientist goes up to check his work, [[spoiler:only for Jack to spit the water into the scientist's mouth]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'': One ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'':
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episode showed Jack at four different times of a year, defeating seasonal-themed enemies.
** *** In Winter, a tribe used all of their resources to create an incredibly powerful weapon, and fought each other to find the most worthy to wield it against Jack. [[spoiler:[[CurbstompBattle Jack wins]]]].
** *** In Spring, what appears to be a nature spirit offers Jack a chance to rest. [[spoiler:He realizes in time that it's a trap, and continues on his way]].
** *** In Summer, Jack crosses a desert, and is attacked by strange shadowy creatures. His sword passes right through them. He almost overexerts himself in the heat trying to fight them off, but [[spoiler:realizes they can't actually hurt him, so he doesn't have to fight. He walks through them]].
** *** In Fall, a scientist gathers fallen leaves to make a deadly poison. He pours it into a well, which Jack later drinks from. Jack collapses, and the Scientist goes up to check his work, [[spoiler:only for Jack to spit the water into the scientist's mouth]].mouth]].
** There's also "Jack Tales", three unrelated stories of some of Jack's adventures, featuring a two-headed worm, a family of metal-eating people, and a pixie trapped by a gargoyle.
10th Oct '16 11:07:21 AM MagnusForce
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** Season 6's "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular" and "Reincarnation" also count. As well as Season 7's "Naturama" and season 10's "Saturday Morning Fun Pit".

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** Season 6's "The Futurama Holiday Spectacular" (focusing on [[YouMeanXmas Xmas, Robanukah]], and Kwanzaa) and "Reincarnation" (featuring {{Medium Shift}}s into a 30s' cartoon, a video game, and a 80s anime) also count. As well as Season 7's "Naturama" (a parody of nature documentaries) and season 10's "Saturday Morning Fun Pit".Pit" (making fun of Saturday morning cartons).
18th Sep '16 6:08:29 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has some episodes that might qualify— most obviously the "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" Halloween episodes, but also "22 Short Films about Springfield", the "Run Lola Run" episode (season 12's "Trilogy of Error") and "The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase".

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has some episodes that might qualify— most obviously the "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" Halloween episodes, but also "22 Short Films about Springfield", the "Run Lola Run" episode (season 12's "Trilogy of Error") and "The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase".
16th Sep '16 7:01:35 PM thatother1dude
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%%* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' featured two short stories in one episode.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', much like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', has three episodes (so far) that focus on everyone else that isn't the main or supporting cast: "The World" (which focuses on the sentient objects in Elmore), "The Extras" (which focuses on the background and one-shot characters that have appeared in minor roles in past episodes), "The Love" (which focuses on the theme of love and includes both main and supporting/minor characters). Other episodes like "The Tape" (where Gumball and Darwin make a video full of sketches and videotaped pieces), "The Procrastinators" (where Gumball and Darwin find different ways to waste time so that they don't have to take out the trash[[note]]it's also a BottleEpisode because the Wattersons and a creepy clown messenger are the only characters and the entire episode takes place in and around the Watterson house[[/note]]), "The Butterfly" (where a butterfly in Miss Simian's class is let loose on Elmore and causes a chain of disaster for everyone in town), "The Uploads" (where Gumball, Darwin, and the viewers watch online videos uploaded on Elmore [=StreamIt=]), and "The Night" (where The Moon examines the dreams of the main and minor characters of Elmore) are also comprised of a number of skits but they still all form part of a single narrative.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', much like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Every season of ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' but the first has three several episodes (so far) that focus on everyone else that isn't are collection of sketches. Generally, there is a single theme, a narrative stringing the main sketches loosely together, or supporting cast: some sort of FramingDevice.
** "The Tape" is a video full of sketches and videotaped pieces made by Darwin, Gumball, and other students of Elmore Junior High.
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"The World" (which focuses shows the lives of on the sentient objects in Elmore), Elmore.
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"The Extras" (which focuses on the background and one-shot characters that have appeared in minor roles in past episodes), "The Love" (which focuses on the theme of love episodes. It's prompted by a HostileShowTakeover by said extras in response to Darwin and includes both main and supporting/minor characters). Other episodes like "The Tape" (where Gumball and Darwin make a video full having an uneventful day.
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of sketches and videotaped pieces), "The Procrastinators" (where is Gumball and Darwin find finding different ways to waste time so that they don't have to take out the trash[[note]]it's also a BottleEpisode because the Wattersons and a creepy clown messenger are the only characters and the entire episode takes place in and around the Watterson house[[/note]]), trash.
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"The Butterfly" (where is about the [[DisasterDominoes very loosely connected series of events]] set off by Gumball letting a butterfly in Miss Simian's class is let loose on Elmore and causes a chain out of disaster for everyone in town), its cage.
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"The Uploads" (where Gumball, Darwin, and the viewers watch shows many online videos uploaded on Elmore [=StreamIt=]), (the majority of which [[ItsASmallNetAfterAll feature established characters]]) with Darwin and Gumball watching them as a FramingDevice.
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"The Night" (where The Love" is a series of shorts about love, all of which are being told to Bobert to try to teach him about it.
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Moon examines the dreams of the main and minor characters of Elmore) are also comprised Elmore.
** "The Compilation" is another a series
of internet clipsm, presented as a number "best of skits but they still all form part Elmore Stream" compilation.
** "The Boredom" is a series
of a single narrative.
interesting events [[MissedHimByThatMuch that Darwin and Gumball just barely miss]].
4th Sep '16 5:21:33 AM erforce
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* The 1967 PinkPanther cartoon ''Pink Outs'' is a series of 12 quick unrelated vignettes. Many of them were later re-used as bumpers for ''The Pink Panther Show''.

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* The 1967 PinkPanther ''WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther'' cartoon ''Pink Outs'' is a series of 12 quick unrelated vignettes. Many of them were later re-used as bumpers for ''The Pink Panther Show''.
8th Jul '16 6:59:50 AM ParkedCarAnne
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', much like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', has three episodes that focus on everyone else that isn't the main or supporting cast: "The World" (which focuses on the sentient objects in Elmore), "The Extras" (which focuses on the background and one-shot characters that have appeared in minor roles in past episodes) and "The Love" (which focuses on the theme of love). Other episodes like "The Tape", "The Procrastinators", "The Butterfly" and "The Uploads" are also comprised of a number of skits but they still all form part of a single narrative.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', much like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', has three episodes (so far) that focus on everyone else that isn't the main or supporting cast: "The World" (which focuses on the sentient objects in Elmore), "The Extras" (which focuses on the background and one-shot characters that have appeared in minor roles in past episodes) and episodes), "The Love" (which focuses on the theme of love). love and includes both main and supporting/minor characters). Other episodes like "The Tape", Tape" (where Gumball and Darwin make a video full of sketches and videotaped pieces), "The Procrastinators", Procrastinators" (where Gumball and Darwin find different ways to waste time so that they don't have to take out the trash[[note]]it's also a BottleEpisode because the Wattersons and a creepy clown messenger are the only characters and the entire episode takes place in and around the Watterson house[[/note]]), "The Butterfly" (where a butterfly in Miss Simian's class is let loose on Elmore and causes a chain of disaster for everyone in town), "The Uploads" (where Gumball, Darwin, and the viewers watch online videos uploaded on Elmore [=StreamIt=]), and "The Uploads" Night" (where The Moon examines the dreams of the main and minor characters of Elmore) are also comprised of a number of skits but they still all form part of a single narrative.
18th Mar '16 11:44:13 AM DreadedDuck500
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', much like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', has two episodes that focus on everyone else that isn't the main or supporting cast: "The World" (which focuses on the sentient objects in Elmore) and "The Extras" (which focuses on the background and one-shot characters that have appeared in minor roles in past episodes).

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', much like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', has two three episodes that focus on everyone else that isn't the main or supporting cast: "The World" (which focuses on the sentient objects in Elmore) and Elmore), "The Extras" (which focuses on the background and one-shot characters that have appeared in minor roles in past episodes).
episodes) and "The Love" (which focuses on the theme of love). Other episodes like "The Tape", "The Procrastinators", "The Butterfly" and "The Uploads" are also comprised of a number of skits but they still all form part of a single narrative.
12th Feb '16 1:06:48 PM TimG5
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As for video games, this happens when a game has multiple modes with each individual mode having its own story. While they tend be connected in the grand scheme of things, the player will often have freedom in choosing how they tackle all the modes.

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As for video games, this happens when a game has multiple modes with each individual mode having its own story. While they tend be connected in the grand scheme of things, the player will often have freedom in choosing how they tackle all the modes. Alternatively, the game could play just like a TV episode where the storyline is composed of multiple, individual storyline that the player will be transferred between as they progress through the game.
12th Feb '16 1:04:00 PM TimG5
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As for video games, this happens when a game has multiple modes with each individual mode having its own story. While they tendl be connected in the grand scheme of things, the player will often have freedom in choosing how they tackle all the modes.

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As for video games, this happens when a game has multiple modes with each individual mode having its own story. While they tendl tend be connected in the grand scheme of things, the player will often have freedom in choosing how they tackle all the modes.
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