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19th Apr '17 4:12:37 PM Amahn
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** When Selma starts going through menopause in ''Goo Goo Gai Pan'' the Simpsons family is shown a video, narrated by Creator/RobertWagner, explaining what menopause is.
---> '''Robert Wagner:''' So let's all give menopause a round of men-appluase. Men-applause? I'm not saying that.
16th Apr '17 2:50:22 PM NoxSky12599
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-->'''Gwen:''' I'm not doing this! This episode was badly written!\\

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-->'''Gwen:''' I'm not doing -->'''Gwen:''': What is this thing?! I mean, it serves no useful purpose for there to be a bunch of chompy crushy things in the middle of a hallway! We shouldn’t have to do this! This episode It makes no logical sense! Why is it here?!\\
'''Jason''': Because it
was badly written!\\on the television show!\\
'''Gwen:''': WELL, FORGET IT! I'M NOT DOING IT! THIS EPISODE WAS ''BADLY WRITTEN!''\\



'''Gwen:''' Whoever wrote this episode should ''DIE''!

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'''Gwen:''' Whoever wrote this episode should ''DIE''!''DIE!''
29th Mar '17 2:34:01 PM TheNicestGuy
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'': An example that doesn't mess with the fourth wall appears in "The Revenge Society". Renegade Phantom Limb is trying to wrest control of the Guild of Calamitous Intent, and he abducts two members of its ruling council to force them to help. When the time comes for him to confront the Guild leadership, he makes the councilors his heralds:
-->'''Red Mantle:''' He wants us to read this. ''Ahem.'' "Make way for the dashing Phantom Limb!" I didn't write this crap.
28th Mar '17 6:42:56 AM mdwall
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* Bill O'Reilly's infamous and profane blow-up during a taping session for ''Inside Edition'' (preserved forever on YouTube) was an example of this as he is asked without preparation to read some newly added copy from the teleprompter which, to him, made no sense. He ends up swearing at the director and shouting "We'll do it live!" and proceeded to improvise a simpler introduction to the segment.
18th Mar '17 9:54:48 PM RandomnessUnlimited
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* Done subtly in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' episode [[ParanormalEpisode "Let's Play Paranormal Stuff"]]:
-->'''Mr. Cat (yelling)''': [[NoFourthWall I don't like this episode!]]
6th Mar '17 4:18:01 PM nombretomado
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* In both ''Film/MonkeyBusiness'' and ''Film/HorseFeathers,'' [[TheMarxBrothers Groucho]] wonders to [[NoFourthWall the viewer]] who could possibly have written this crap:

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* In both ''Film/MonkeyBusiness'' and ''Film/HorseFeathers,'' [[TheMarxBrothers [[Creator/TheMarxBrothers Groucho]] wonders to [[NoFourthWall the viewer]] who could possibly have written this crap:
5th Mar '17 5:28:00 PM nombretomado
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** They've been doing this from the very beginning. A first season episode had [[ILoveLucy Desi Arnaz]] (the host for that episode) doing a dramatic reading of The Jabberwocky.

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** They've been doing this from the very beginning. A first season episode had [[ILoveLucy [[Series/ILoveLucy Desi Arnaz]] (the host for that episode) doing a dramatic reading of The Jabberwocky.
4th Mar '17 11:09:54 AM nombretomado
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* MarkTwain once wrote at the end of a chapter in the novel ''Heavenly Twins'', "A cat could do better literature than this."

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* MarkTwain Creator/MarkTwain once wrote at the end of a chapter in the novel ''Heavenly Twins'', "A cat could do better literature than this."
2nd Mar '17 8:33:07 PM mariic
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-->'''Ms. Packard:''' Attention. Tonight's supper will be baked beans. Musical program to follow... Who wrote this?

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-->'''Ms. Packard:''' Attention. Tonight's supper will be baked beans. [[ToiletHumor Musical program to follow... follow...]] Who wrote this?
1st Mar '17 10:12:14 AM Shalom
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* In a (possibly re-created) outtake from an unnamed Western radio show, perhaps ''Radio/TheLoneRanger'', two bandits are discussing what they were going to do with the stagecoach they had just robbed, when the sound of hoofbeats is heard in the distance. One bandit says, "Listen, I hear a white horse comin'! . . . Say, that's a great line, I wonder who wrote it." The last sentence was ''not quite'' under his breath.
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