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29th Apr '18 12:23:48 PM CaptainTedium
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'' episode "Yumi Saves Kaz", Yumi tries to escape from being bothered by Kaz trying to help her to show his gratitude for saving his life by watching some television. Somehow, every channel she watches has Kaz voice his praise for her heroism.
25th Apr '18 8:35:34 AM Macsen
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A variant is growing where certain things individuals are trying to keep under wraps are revealed by a website advertisement, since these days they are picked by checking the user's browser history.


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* In ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'', Rudy and Fiona found out that Lindesfarne was pregnant because [[http://kevinandkell.com/2017/kk0107.html a stray Google ad on a website she was showing them was for pregnancy tests.]]
9th Mar '18 8:24:37 AM Chabal2
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* ''{{Literature/Animorphs}}'': The team is somewhat uneasy about morphing flies, having previously had a traumatic time morphing ants. So of course, the day before it happens ''Film/TheFly'' is broadcast, and of course they all watch it.
26th Feb '18 9:05:52 PM AHI-3000
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** In "Granddad's Fight", after Colonel H. Stinkmeaner (who's blind) beats up Robert with a cane, Robert's grandson Riley gives him the mocking nickname of "Señor Pinata". Later when Robert switches on the TV, he finds that all the news channels are reporting his humiliating story, including a Mexican anchorman who also calls him "Señor Pinata".

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** In "Granddad's Fight", after Colonel H. Stinkmeaner (who's blind) beats up Robert with a cane, Robert's grandson Riley gives him the [[EmbarrassingNickname mocking nickname nickname]] of "Señor Pinata". Piñata". Later when Robert switches on the TV, he finds that all the news channels are reporting his humiliating story, including a Mexican anchorman who also calls him "Señor Pinata".Piñata".
15th Feb '18 8:57:52 PM tyrekecorrea
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** In a later episode, we see Francine trying to make it through her first fast during Yom Kippur. When she gets hungry midway through the day, she tries to watch TV only to first see a cooking show about sweet rolls, a commercial for a chicken restaurant, and then a sitcom with a girl eating sloppy joes. Instead of watching TV, Francine decides reading is a better option, only to be confronted by books including "Food of the Gods", "Breakfast at Tiffany's", and "Who Moved My Cheese?" She picks "Little Dory" by Charles Dickens, only to be confronted by a paragraph on roast beef.[[note]]This can be TruthInTelevision for some people who also fast for Yom Kippur or Ramadan, being confronted with food-related posts on social media outlets. This is why on Tumblr around those holidays some people advise users to tag posts relating to food so they can be blocked by users who are fasting.[[/note]]
** Then in an episode where Arthur is just trying to forget about his piano lessons for a while, every show on TV is about someone playing the piano.

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** In a later episode, we see Francine trying to make it through her first fast during Yom Kippur. When she gets hungry midway through the day, she tries to watch TV only to first see a cooking show about sweet rolls, a commercial for a chicken restaurant, and then a sitcom with a girl eating sloppy joes. Instead of watching TV, Francine decides reading is a better option, only to be confronted by books including "Food of the Gods", "Breakfast at Tiffany's", and "Who Moved My Cheese?" She picks "Little Dory" Dorrit" by Charles Dickens, only to be confronted by a paragraph on roast beef.[[note]]This can be TruthInTelevision for some people who also fast for Yom Kippur or Ramadan, being confronted with food-related posts on social media outlets. This is why on Tumblr around those holidays some people advise users to tag posts relating to food so they can be blocked by users who are fasting.[[/note]]
** Then Then, in an episode where Arthur is just trying to forget about his piano lessons for a while, every show on TV is about someone playing the piano.
6th Jan '18 12:32:11 PM Kadorhal
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-->'''Jon:''' I really gotta go on a diet.
-->'''TV Announcer:''' Do you have to go on a diet?!
-->'''Jon:''' [[LampshadeHanging Why does my TV always know what I'm thinking?]]

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-->'''Jon:''' I really gotta go on a diet.
-->'''TV
diet.\\
'''TV
Announcer:''' Do you have to go on a diet?!
-->'''Jon:'''
diet?!\\
'''Jon:'''
[[LampshadeHanging Why does my TV always know what I'm thinking?]]



* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Stewie Loves Lois", Peter feels sexually violated after his prostate exam and Brian tries to console him by turning on the TV, but every channel is about fingers and fingering.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''
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In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Stewie Loves Lois", Peter feels sexually violated after his prostate exam and Brian tries to console him by turning on the TV, but every channel is about fingers and fingering.fingering.
** In "The Son Also Draws", Peter ends up driving the family to an Indian-owned casino because in the middle of a driving trip he really needs to go to the bathroom. He tries holding it in during the trip, but he keeps getting reminded with messages such as a sign stating "Dump Next Left", a trailer passing them with the notice "Wide Load", a nearby furniture store advertising "All Stools Must Go!", another car with a bumper sticker about how its driver loves their Shih Tzu, and another sign advertising "Bob's House of Feces" ([[LampshadeHanging "Oh come on, that one's not even real!"]]).



--->'''Robert:''' "After all this time, a son."
--->'''Huey:''' "Granddad, it's not all your fault. It doesn't make you a horrible person."
--->'''Steve Wilkos:''' ''(on TV)'' "IT'S ALL YOUR FUCKING FAULT! YOU'RE A HORRIBLE FUCKING PERSON!"

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--->'''Robert:''' "After After all this time, a son."
--->'''Huey:''' "Granddad,
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'''Huey:''' Granddad,
it's not all your fault. It doesn't make you a horrible person."
--->'''Steve
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'''Steve
Wilkos:''' ''(on TV)'' "IT'S IT'S ALL YOUR FUCKING FAULT! YOU'RE A HORRIBLE FUCKING PERSON!"PERSON!



* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'': In "Daylight Savings", the Professor institutes a 7:30 curfew for the girls, giving all the villains and monsters a perfect opportunity to wreak havoc on Townsville. He tries to get his mind off of the temptation to lift the curfew by watching TV, but every channel is news about how Townsville is getting destroyed. The Professor finally finds solace in the time channel...where he realizes that he forgot to set the clocks back an hour, which gives the girls time to save the day. The trope is finally inverted when he flips through the channels again to hear that things are getting back to normal.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'': In "Daylight Savings", the Professor institutes a 7:30 curfew for the girls, giving all the villains and monsters a perfect opportunity to wreak havoc on Townsville. He tries to get his mind off of the temptation to lift the curfew by watching TV, but every channel is news about how Townsville is getting destroyed. The Professor finally finds solace in the time channel... where he realizes that he forgot to set the clocks back an hour, which gives the girls time to save the day. The trope is finally inverted when he flips through the channels again to hear that things are getting back to normal.
28th Oct '17 6:18:24 PM ChristianTropes33
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* Briefly used in the ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches'' episode "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body. Bonus points for this also happening on an ''airplane television'' and canned laughter as this happens.

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* Briefly used in the ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches'' episode "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body. Bonus points for this also happening Taken UpToEleven when a television on an ''airplane television'' ''airplane'' hates him, and canned laughter as this happens.'''''lots of people are seeing the madness and LAUGHING AT HIM.'''''
24th Oct '17 4:18:05 PM ChristianTropes33
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* Briefly used in the ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches'' episode "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body. Bonus points for this happening on an ''airplane television'' and canned laughter as this happens.

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* Briefly used in the ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches'' episode "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body. Bonus points for this also happening on an ''airplane television'' and canned laughter as this happens.
24th Oct '17 4:17:35 PM ChristianTropes33
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* Briefly used in the ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches'' episode "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body.

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* Briefly used in the ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches'' episode "Docu-Mentally". Oggy flips through the channels and finds the exact same thing: the cockroaches messing with his body. Bonus points for this happening on an ''airplane television'' and canned laughter as this happens.
26th Sep '17 10:48:12 AM DPsycho
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' finale "The Wedding Frame" Ginger, who is still reeling from her break-up with Darren and is hesitant about entering into a new relationship, is at home watching a music video where the curly and titian haired chanteuse is singing about being abandoned by the man she loves. This trope is soon turned UpToEleven where [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvV6-YQGlcc Ginger soon imagines herself and Darren in place of the characters in the song and she finally drowns]].

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' finale "The Wedding Frame" Ginger, who is still reeling from her break-up with Darren and is hesitant about entering into a new relationship, is at home watching a music video where the curly and titian haired chanteuse is singing about being abandoned by the man she loves. This trope is soon turned UpToEleven where [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvV6-YQGlcc Ginger soon imagines herself and Darren in place of the characters in the song and she finally drowns]].drowns.
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