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22nd Oct '17 12:21:46 PM nombretomado
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* In S7E22 of {{Castle}}, "[[LiveFromNewYork Dead from New York]]," the star cast member of the ShowWithinAShow has a violent episode during rehearsal, complaining about the poor quality of a sketch, and declaring the show's producer "dead". (The latter of course subsequently turns up really dead.)

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* In S7E22 of {{Castle}}, ''Series/{{Castle}}'', "[[LiveFromNewYork Dead from New York]]," the star cast member of the ShowWithinAShow has a violent episode during rehearsal, complaining about the poor quality of a sketch, and declaring the show's producer "dead". (The latter of course subsequently turns up really dead.)
30th Sep '17 5:37:21 PM nombretomado
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* On NPR's ''CarTalk'', whenever Click and Clack (Tom and Ray Magliozzi) get a caller whose question and banter come from way out in left field, Tom will crack "Doesn't anybody screen these calls??!"

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* On NPR's ''CarTalk'', ''Radio/CarTalk'', whenever Click and Clack (Tom and Ray Magliozzi) get a caller whose question and banter come from way out in left field, Tom will crack "Doesn't anybody screen these calls??!"
7th Sep '17 10:16:36 PM tsstevens
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** Speaking of which Cassandra has a similar reaction to Varric's tale of Hawke and how powerful s/he is, calling BS on what happened. OnceMoreWithClarity shows that yes aside from how [[BuxomIsBetter Bethany]] is portrayed and a few details that is what really happened.
25th Aug '17 6:56:04 PM 64SuperNintendo
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[[folder:Anime & Manga]]

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* "Another Boring B-Side" by Morris Minor & the Majors (the b-side of "Stutter Rap"):

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* "Another Boring B-Side" by Morris Minor & and the Majors (the b-side of "Stutter Rap"):



'''Andy & Randy Pig:''' We did!

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'''Andy & and Randy Pig:''' We did!
22nd Aug '17 5:13:54 AM Andyroid
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'', on hearing that Robotnik has turned his evil lair into a resort hotel to help pay back his garbage collection fees, Sonic remarks "Sounds like the writers are just phoning it in..."

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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'': In ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'', the episode "Inn Sanity", on hearing that Robotnik Dr. Eggman has turned his evil lair into a resort hotel to help pay back his garbage collection fees, Sonic remarks "Sounds like the writers are just phoning it in..."
20th Aug '17 4:56:27 AM Andyroid
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'', on hearing that Robotnik has turned his evil lair into a resort hotel to help pay back his garbage collection fees, Sonic remarks "Sounds like the writers are just phoning it in..."
9th Aug '17 6:33:48 PM infernape612
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-->-- '''Gwen,''' ''Film/GalaxyQuest.''

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-->-- '''Gwen,''' ''Film/GalaxyQuest.''
''Film/GalaxyQuest''
1st Aug '17 6:06:43 AM RedScharlach
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* ''Series/TheATeam'': In the Episode ''The Crystal Skull'', the natives' chants at the end of the show are clearly ''[[LampshadeHanging Who wrote this? Who wrote this?]]'' repeated over and over again.

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* ''Series/TheATeam'': In the Episode episode ''The Crystal Skull'', the natives' chants chant at the end of the show are is clearly ''[[LampshadeHanging "''[[LampshadeHanging Who wrote this? Who wrote this?]]'' this?]]''" repeated over and over again.



* In an episode of ''Series/SoYouThinkYouCanDance'' the host Cat Deely asked this after joking about a dancer's name that's pronounced "a day" -- "It was Ade to remember..."

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* In an episode of ''Series/SoYouThinkYouCanDance'' the host Cat Deely Deeley asked this after joking about a dancer's name that's pronounced "a day" -- "It was Ade to remember..."



* Commonly used in Creator/SpikeMilligan's ''Q'' series where Spike Milligan would often drop out of character during a sketch to complain about the poor quality of the writing "And I should know, I wrote it".

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* Commonly used in Creator/SpikeMilligan's ''Q'' series where Spike Milligan would often drop out of character during a sketch to complain about the poor quality of the writing writing: "And I should know, I wrote it".it."



* An implied use of the trope was used in Season 9 promos for ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' promoting Ashton Kutcher's appearance on the show. Alan is talking with Jake while dressed up as a surgeon, an Astronaut, and an explorer while giving various stories about how he met the guy whose going to stay with him, and eventually just turns to the crew and says "Aw come on, there has to be a better way to introduce the character."
* Happens all the time with ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'', a news based PanelShow, with [[GuestHost guest presenters]] reading the auto-cue and having to give out the awful one-liners. However that's all part of the fun of the show.

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* An implied use of the trope was used in Season 9 promos for ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' promoting Ashton Kutcher's appearance on the show. Alan is talking with Jake while dressed up as a surgeon, an Astronaut, astronaut, and an explorer while giving explorer, telling various stories about how he met the guy whose who's going to stay with him, and eventually just turns to the crew and says "Aw come on, there has to be a better way to introduce the character."
* Happens all the time with ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'', a news based news-based PanelShow, with [[GuestHost guest presenters]] reading the auto-cue and having to give out the awful one-liners. However that's all part of the fun of the show.



-->'''Executioner''': This is the Seven O' Clock Noose. This is the Nine O' Clock Noose. This is the Noose at Ten. And ''this''... ''(points to a guy in modern clothes on the chopping block)'' ...Is the guy who wrote that joke!
* Used subtly in ''Series/{{Community}}'', though its more "we can't possibly be a TV show because things suck this bad". When Jeff tells the GenreSavvy Abed to realise the difference between reality and stories, and that they're ''not'' part of a sit-com, Abed replies;

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-->'''Executioner''': This is the Seven O' Clock O'Clock Noose. This is the Nine O' Clock O'Clock Noose. This is the Noose at Ten. And ''this''... ''(points to a guy in modern clothes on the chopping block)'' ...Is the guy who wrote that joke!
* Used subtly in ''Series/{{Community}}'', though its it's more "we can't possibly be a TV show because things suck this bad". When Jeff tells the GenreSavvy Abed to realise the difference between reality and stories, and that they're ''not'' part of a sit-com, Abed replies;



* In S7E22 of {{Castle}}, "[[LiveFromNewYork Dead from New York]]," the star cast member of the ShowWithinAShow has a violent episode during rehearsal, complaining about the poor quality of a sketch, and declaring the show's producer "dead". (Who of course subsequently turns up really dead.)
* In one episode of ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld,'' Eric visits the set of an ABC Show, which is a self-parody of ''Boy Meets World'' called ''Boy Gets Acquainted With Universe.'' The lead actor [[PunnyName Ben]] [[AdamWesting Sandwich]] [[NiceCharacterMeanActor flips out]] over some lines and starts hassling the writers - a group consisting of all children - and promptly fires them.

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* In S7E22 of {{Castle}}, "[[LiveFromNewYork Dead from New York]]," the star cast member of the ShowWithinAShow has a violent episode during rehearsal, complaining about the poor quality of a sketch, and declaring the show's producer "dead". (Who (The latter of course subsequently turns up really dead.)
* In one episode of ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld,'' Eric visits the set of an ABC Show, show, which is a self-parody of ''Boy Meets World'' called ''Boy Gets Acquainted With Universe.'' The lead actor [[PunnyName Ben]] [[AdamWesting Sandwich]] [[NiceCharacterMeanActor flips out]] over some lines and starts hassling the writers - a group consisting of all children - and promptly fires them.



-->It's another boring b-side, another load of tatt

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-->It's another boring b-side, another load of tatttat



** In the 2015 episode "Danger on Level C", Danger Mouse's reaction to Greenback's latest monster is a sarastic "a [[MixAndMatchCritter hammerhead-octopus]]? Who comes up with this?"

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** In the 2015 episode "Danger on Level C", Danger Mouse's reaction to Greenback's latest monster is a sarastic "a sarcastic "A [[MixAndMatchCritter hammerhead-octopus]]? Who comes up with this?"
19th Jul '17 2:25:53 PM Michael
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* A puzzle in ''VideoGame/BearWithMe'' is solved by picking a lock with a rusty nail. Your companion complains that this is lazy writing.
1st Jul '17 1:56:01 PM Gamermaster
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* WebVideoFilmBrain's review of ''The Time Machine'', when the main character jams his pocket watch into the machine's mechanics to make it blow, creating... "a time bomb!!! ...Time bomb? Who writes this shit?"

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* WebVideoFilmBrain's WebVideo/FilmBrain's review of ''The Time Machine'', when the main character jams his pocket watch into the machine's mechanics to make it blow, creating... "a time bomb!!! ...Time bomb? Who writes this shit?"
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