History PlayingWith / BreakingTheFourthWall

3rd Jan '16 10:10:04 AM TheMisterSonic
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* '''Defied''': The character's [[ObfuscatingStupidity pretend]] that they are [[CloudCuckoolander oblivous to the fact or at least the very likely possibility that they are on a T.V show/movie]] and just roll along with the script as if they are in the real world.

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* '''Defied''': The character's characters [[ObfuscatingStupidity pretend]] that they are [[CloudCuckoolander oblivous to the fact or at least the very likely possibility that they are on a T.V show/movie]] and just roll along with the script as if they are in the real world.
8th Sep '15 3:23:53 PM AHI-3000
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** As Alice does a long, inappropriate Shakespearian soliloquy, other characters pace around looking inpatient.

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** As Alice does a long, inappropriate Shakespearian soliloquy, other characters pace around looking inpatient.impatient.
30th Nov '14 5:35:30 PM AHI-3000
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** Characters become impatient with the you for not responding and actually manage to get out of the TV screen and into RealLife to talk to you directly.

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** Characters become impatient with the you for not responding and actually manage to get out of the TV screen and into RealLife to talk to you directly.
30th Nov '14 5:33:52 PM AHI-3000
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** A character breaks through the fourth wall (a ''literal'' wall), leaving a pile of debris when they enter the real world.
30th Nov '14 5:30:30 PM AHI-3000
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** One character talks to camera, but it's actually a symptom of paranoid schizophrenia, and bothers the other characters.
** Or, the discovery that that they are nothing more than Fictional Characters drives them insane.

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** One character talks to the camera, but it's actually a symptom of paranoid schizophrenia, and bothers the other characters.
** Or, the discovery that that they are nothing more than Fictional Characters fictional characters [[GoMadFromTheRevelation drives them insane.insane]].
21st Apr '14 8:47:01 PM VPhantom
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* '''Parodied''': As Alice does a long, inappropriate Shakespearian soliloquy, other characters pace around looking inpatient.

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* '''Parodied''': '''Parodied''':
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As Alice does a long, inappropriate Shakespearian soliloquy, other characters pace around looking inpatient.
19th Apr '14 7:15:30 AM Ninjabot
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* '''Parodied''': As Alice does a long, inappropriate Shakespearian soliloquy, other characters pace around look inpatient.

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* '''Parodied''': As Alice does a long, inappropriate Shakespearian soliloquy, other characters pace around look looking inpatient.



** The characters break the fourth wall in a way that makes no sense for the medium they are being portrayed in, e.g. cartoon characters referring to the audience as "the reader".



* '''Conversed''': “The characters on this show are always talking directly to the viewers. But they never seem to hear wen I talk back to them.”

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* '''Conversed''': “The characters on this show are always talking directly to the viewers. But they never seem to hear wen when I talk back to them.”
22nd May '13 3:05:03 AM sonikkuruzu
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* '''Zig Zagged''': A Bob is always talking to camera, both to the writers and the audience. It gets diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenia, and he is committed to mental hospital. We get scenes from “the ward for people who talk to invisible cameras” which are very odd. People in this ward are not always in agreement about where the camera is. Meanwhile, the writers miss having someone to talk to, and are punishing the other characters. Alice realizes this, and proclames it in a long Shakespearian soliloquy. The writers are moved and flattered by this. Bob is later released, but he is cured of his fourth-wall braking.

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* '''Zig Zagged''': A Bob is always talking to camera, both to the writers and the audience. It gets diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenia, and he is committed to mental hospital. We get scenes from “the ward for people who talk to invisible cameras” which are very odd. People in this ward are not always in agreement about where the camera is. Meanwhile, the writers miss having someone to talk to, and are punishing the other characters. Alice realizes this, and proclames it in a long Shakespearian soliloquy. The writers are moved and flattered by this. Bob is later released, but he is cured of his fourth-wall braking.breaking.
14th Mar '13 9:06:37 PM LiamM32
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* '''Justified''': The characters are in a RealityTV show or being filmed for a documentary. The cameras ARE there.

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* '''Justified''': '''Justified''':
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The characters are in a RealityTV show or being filmed for a documentary. The cameras ARE there.there.
** An {{Author Avatar}} breaks the fourth wall, as the author has reason to be aware of the audience that (s)he is writing to.
15th Feb '13 7:31:04 AM VPhantom
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* '''Exploited''': [[ReadingAheadInTheScript Reading Ahead In The Script]]

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* '''Exploited''': [[ReadingAheadInTheScript Reading Ahead In The Script]]ReadingAheadInTheScript.
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