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20th Sep '17 11:44:48 PM jtierney50
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** Season One had "Interdimensional Cable", where Rick hooks up an "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin interdimensional cable box" to their TV, and they start watching TV from many different universes. Most of them are bizarre TV shows or ads for products or movies, and all done in an improvisational style (which Morty lampshades). Beth and Jerry get a somewhat heartwarming subplot where they discover that even in alternate dimensions where they didn't get married and became incredibly wealthy and famous, they still end up together in the end. Summer, instead, gets one where she has to deal with the fact that she was almost aborted, ''and'' that her birth prevented the aforementioned wealth and fame.

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** Season One had "Interdimensional Cable", where Rick hooks up an "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin interdimensional cable box" box]]" to their TV, and they start watching TV from many different universes. Most of them are bizarre TV shows or ads for products or movies, and all done in an improvisational style (which Morty lampshades). Beth and Jerry get a somewhat heartwarming subplot where they discover that even in alternate dimensions where they didn't get married and became incredibly wealthy and famous, they still end up together in the end. Summer, instead, gets one where she has to deal with the fact that she was almost aborted, ''and'' that her birth prevented the aforementioned wealth and fame.
20th Sep '17 11:44:03 PM jtierney50
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* Used ''four'' times in ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty''.
** Season One had "Interdimensional Cable", where Rick hooks up an "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin interdimensional cable box" to their TV, and they start watching TV from many different universes. Most of them are bizarre TV shows or ads for products or movies, and all done in an improvisational style (which Morty lampshades). Beth and Jerry get a somewhat heartwarming subplot where they discover that even in alternate dimensions where they didn't get married and became incredibly wealthy and famous, they still end up together in the end. Summer, instead, gets one where she has to deal with the fact that she was almost aborted, ''and'' that her birth prevented the aforementioned wealth and fame.
** Season Two had "Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate", where the framing narrative is that they watch TV in the waiting room of a hospital. Jerry gets a subplot where he must choose to give his penis to an alien [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext for whom it is a valuable, life-saving organ]], and Rick lampshades the fact that they're doing Interdimensional Cable again.
** Season Three has had two so far: "The Ricklantis Mixup", a DayInTheLife of the Ricks and Morties on the newly rebuilt Citadel following [[spoiler:it's destruction by Rick in the season opener]], and "Morty's Mind Blowers", where Rick and Morty relive the memories so horrible Morty had them removed, and then accidentally erase each other's memories. As Rick points out:
--->'''Rick''':"Yeah, we're doing this instead of Interdimensional Cable."
2nd Aug '17 4:22:29 PM Kartoonkid95
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* The 1967 [[WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther'' Pink Panther]] cartoon ''Pink Outs'' is a series of 12 quick unrelated vignettes. Many of them were reused as bumpers for ''The Pink Panther Show''.

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* The 1967 [[WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther'' [[WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther Pink Panther]] cartoon ''Pink Outs'' is a series of 12 quick unrelated vignettes. Many of them were reused as bumpers for ''The Pink Panther Show''.
2nd Aug '17 4:22:06 PM Kartoonkid95
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* The 1967 ''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''.

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* The 1967 ''WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther'' [[WesternAnimation/ThePinkPanther'' Pink Panther]] cartoon ''Pink Outs'' is a series of 12 quick unrelated vignettes. Many of them were later re-used reused as bumpers for ''The Pink Panther Show''.



* The [[HalloweenSpecial Halloween special]] ''[[Franchise/{{Shrek}} Shared Shrekless]]'' revolves around Shrek and company telling each other scary stories.

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* The [[HalloweenSpecial Halloween special]] ''[[Franchise/{{Shrek}} Shared Scared Shrekless]]'' revolves around Shrek and company telling each other scary stories.
2nd Aug '17 4:21:11 PM Kartoonkid95
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* The [[HalloweenSpecial Halloween special]] ''[[Franchise/{{Shrek}} Shared Shrekless]]'' revolves around Shrek and company telling each other scary stories.
1st Jul '17 5:36:39 AM Andyroid
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** "The Compilation" is another a series of internet clipsm, presented as a "best of Elmore Stream" compilation.

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** "The Compilation" is another a series of internet clipsm, clips, presented as a "best of Elmore Stream" compilation.


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* ''WesternAnimation/WeBareBears'': "Everyone's Tube" has the FramingDevice of someone watching a bunch of Internet videos made by the Bears.
31st Mar '17 9:23:54 AM LondonKdS
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* The ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episodes "Five Short Graybles" and "Five More Short Graybles" are told through a series of scenarios, which all merge at some point, and are related by a common theme, [[spoiler:The Five Senses]] and [[spoiler:The Five Tastes]], respectively.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' episodes "Five Short Graybles" and "Five More Short Graybles" are told through a series of scenarios, has the roughly once-per-season "Graybles" episodes, which all feature five short stories that merge at some point, and are related by a common theme, [[spoiler:The Five Senses]] and [[spoiler:The Five Tastes]], respectively.hidden theme.
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).
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