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9th Jan '16 7:01:06 AM JPtoony
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* ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'': In one episode, the scene they have to act out is "unlikely shows to find Barney the Dinosaur on". Colin mimes writing on a sheet of paper and says (in a Barney voice), "I'm voting off Michael," a la Survivor.
7th Jan '16 9:48:02 PM Gimere
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** The British version, ''StrictlyComeDancing'', also uses a combination of audience and judges' votes. In some series, including the 2012 one, the two pairs with the lowest combined scores have to perform again in the Dance Off, where the judges decide who stays and who goes.
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** The British version, ''StrictlyComeDancing'', ''Series/StrictlyComeDancing'', also uses a combination of audience and judges' votes. In some series, including the 2012 one, the two pairs with the lowest combined scores have to perform again in the Dance Off, where the judges decide who stays and who goes.

** ''TheBiggestLoser'' works the other way: an objective weigh-in determines who will be liable for elimination, then the losing team has to vote off one of their own members. The winning team has no say in the matter. * ''BigBrother''. Most nations have this as something the viewing public does via a phone line; the US version had it for the first season, but switched over to an internal system among the contestants for later seasons. * ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver'' is an inversion; a team of judges vote on who 'graduates', getting their keys or license back and leaving the Driver Rehabilitation Center...in this Reality Show, leaving is a GOOD thing. The longer you're on, the worse you are!
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** ''TheBiggestLoser'' works * ''Series/TheBiggestLoser'' is the other way: inverse of the ''Hell's Kitchen'' example: an objective weigh-in determines who will be liable for elimination, then the losing team has to vote off one of their own members. The winning team has no say in the matter. * ''BigBrother''.''Series/BigBrother''. Most nations have this as something the viewing public does via a phone line; the US version had it for the first season, but switched over to an internal system among the contestants for later seasons. * ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver'' is an inversion; a team of judges vote on who 'graduates', getting their keys or license back and leaving the Driver Rehabilitation Center...in this Reality Show, leaving is a GOOD ''good'' thing. The longer you're on, the worse you are!

* TheHistoryChannel's ''TopShot'' has the members of the team choose the two members to have a competition (one of whom goes home) by shooting a ''handgun'' at a target with the person's name.
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* TheHistoryChannel's ''TopShot'' Creator/TheHistoryChannel's ''Series/TopShot'' has the members of the team choose the two members to have a competition (one of whom goes home) by shooting a ''handgun'' at a target with the person's name.

* {{Creator/Univision}} has a regular rotation of these shows on Sunday nights. There's ''Nuestra Belleza Latina'' (a beauty pageant), ''Mira Quién Baila'' (a celebrity dance-off), and ''Parodiando'' (a celebrity-imitation competition), all of which include some combination of judge and audience voting.
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* {{Creator/Univision}} Creator/{{Univision}} has a regular rotation of these shows on Sunday nights. There's ''Nuestra Belleza Latina'' (a beauty pageant), ''Mira Quién Baila'' (a celebrity dance-off), and ''Parodiando'' (a celebrity-imitation competition), all of which include some combination of judge and audience voting. voting.

7th Jan '16 11:34:14 AM nombretomado
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* ''SoYouThinkYouCanDance'': Audience votes for their favorite to stay in.
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* ''SoYouThinkYouCanDance'': ''Series/SoYouThinkYouCanDance'': Audience votes for their favorite to stay in.
22nd Nov '15 11:07:59 AM nombretomado
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* Referenced in a ''FoxTrot'' strip where the kids attempt to vote [[GranolaGirl their mother's]] latest [[IfItTastesBadItMustBeGoodForYou healthy, beet-based dish]] off the dinner table.
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* Referenced in a ''FoxTrot'' ''ComicStrip/FoxTrot'' strip where the kids attempt to vote [[GranolaGirl their mother's]] latest [[IfItTastesBadItMustBeGoodForYou healthy, beet-based dish]] off the dinner table.
24th May '15 3:42:15 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* ''TotalDramaIsland'' uses this as part of its general reality show parody. * ''KimPossible'''s TrappedInTVLand episode briefly drops Kim into a Reality TV igloo as she's voted out - "You'll have to hand in your fish."
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* ''TotalDramaIsland'' ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland'' uses this as part of its general reality show parody. * ''KimPossible'''s ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'''s TrappedInTVLand episode briefly drops Kim into a Reality TV igloo as she's voted out - "You'll have to hand in your fish."
24th May '15 3:42:15 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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31st Aug '14 10:00:02 PM 8088ben
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* ''Series/HellsKitchen'': Fellow competitors vote for who should leave the kitchen, but TheMeanBrit has the final say. He's even added people to the chopping block, or straight-out kicked people without even letting them get their say. On the other hand, on a couple of occasions he's mixed it up by asking one of the losing team members who s/he thinks should go.
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* ''Series/HellsKitchen'': Fellow competitors vote for who should leave the kitchen, but TheMeanBrit has the final say. He's even added people to the chopping block, or straight-out kicked people without even letting them get their say.say, or even booted people on the ''winning'' team if they '''really''' screwed up. On the other hand, on a couple of occasions he's mixed it up by asking one of the losing team members who s/he thinks should go.
22nd Aug '14 1:09:44 PM MarkLungo
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* In ''TheWeakestLink'', the contestants would vote to determine who would not go to the next round. This usually resulted in the best players being eliminated.
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* In ''TheWeakestLink'', ''Series/TheWeakestLink'', the contestants would vote to determine who would not go to the next round. This usually resulted in the best players being eliminated.

* Used as a punishment in later seasons of {{MTV}}'s ''RoadRules''. The vote was only cast [[strike:if]] when the team failed a mission.
22nd Aug '14 1:09:14 PM MarkLungo
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* ''DancingWithTheStars'': a complicated scoring hybrid, both the judges' scores and the TV audience votes (via phone, text message, or website) determine who goes home. In case of a tie, the audience vote is the tie-breaker.
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* ''DancingWithTheStars'': ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'': a complicated scoring hybrid, both the judges' scores and the TV audience votes (via phone, text message, or website) determine who goes home. In case of a tie, the audience vote is the tie-breaker.

** The British version, StrictlyComeDancing, also uses a combination of audience and judges' votes. In some series, including the 2012 one, the two pairs with the lowest combined scores have to perform again in the Dance Off, where the judges decide who stays and who goes.
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** The British version, StrictlyComeDancing, ''StrictlyComeDancing'', also uses a combination of audience and judges' votes. In some series, including the 2012 one, the two pairs with the lowest combined scores have to perform again in the Dance Off, where the judges decide who stays and who goes.
22nd Aug '14 1:08:19 PM MarkLungo
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* "House votes" on whether to evict a cast member would occasionally crop up during early seasons of proto-reality show ''TheRealWorld'', but weren't a regular part of the show's structure. ** Likewise, later seasons of ''RoadRules'' would have it so that if the team failed one too many individual challenges, they'd have to vote off a member.
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* "House votes" on whether to evict a cast member would occasionally crop up during early seasons of proto-reality show ''TheRealWorld'', ''Series/TheRealWorld'', but weren't a regular part of the show's structure. ** Likewise, later seasons of ''RoadRules'' ''Series/RoadRules'' would have it so that if the team failed one too many individual challenges, they'd have to vote off a member.
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