History Series / VideoOnTrial

10th Mar '17 8:55:00 AM marcen12
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** [[WebVideo/TheMusicVideoShow The Music Video Show]] takes cues from the show, except there is one music video showcased instead of five. It even takes the split screen idea from VoT.
5th Dec '16 9:37:10 AM MarcoPolo250
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A Canadian show aired by [=MuchMusic=] (and later picked up by Fuse in 2011; they actually ''used'' to be the official American version of said channel way back when), where 5 different comedians [[{{MST}} riff]] over 5 different music videos. Of course, because these are [[RuleOfFunny comedians]] we're dealing with, this will often involve trying to make a mockery out of what happens in the video, and [[AcceptableTargets trying to find a real-life occurrence to connect it to]].

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A Canadian show aired by [=MuchMusic=] Creator/MuchMusic (and later picked up by Fuse in 2011; they actually ''used'' to be the official American version of said channel way back when), where 5 different comedians [[{{MST}} riff]] over 5 different music videos. Of course, because these are [[RuleOfFunny comedians]] we're dealing with, this will often involve trying to make a mockery out of what happens in the video, and [[AcceptableTargets trying to find a real-life occurrence to connect it to]].
22nd Nov '16 10:48:01 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* {{Mondegreen}}: No, the first case isn't actually named "Katy Swan", though the voiceover makes it sounds like it is.
27th Oct '16 8:58:43 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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27th Oct '16 8:58:03 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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A Canadian show aired by [=MuchMusic=] (and recently picked up by Fuse in 2011; they actually ''used'' to be the official American version of said channel way back when), where 5 different comedians [[{{MST}} riff]] over 5 different music videos. Of course, because these are [[RuleOfFunny comedians]] we're dealing with, this will often involve trying to make a mockery out of what happens in the video, and [[AcceptableTargets trying to find a real-life occurrence to connect it to]].

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A Canadian show aired by [=MuchMusic=] (and recently later picked up by Fuse in 2011; they actually ''used'' to be the official American version of said channel way back when), where 5 different comedians [[{{MST}} riff]] over 5 different music videos. Of course, because these are [[RuleOfFunny comedians]] we're dealing with, this will often involve trying to make a mockery out of what happens in the video, and [[AcceptableTargets trying to find a real-life occurrence to connect it to]].
2nd Sep '16 11:09:52 AM RobFRules
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** The Comedy Network's version of ''Series/MatchGame'' featured a number of ''Video on Trial'' veterans as guests, primarily host Darrin Rose and regular panelist Deborah DiGiovanni.

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** The Comedy Network's version of ''Series/MatchGame'' featured a number of ''Video on Trial'' veterans as guests, primarily host Darrin Rose and regular panelist Deborah Debra DiGiovanni.
2nd Sep '16 11:09:24 AM RobFRules
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** The Comedy Network's version of ''Series/MatchGame'' mainly featured ''Video on Trial'' regulars as its host and panel.

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** The Comedy Network's version of ''Series/MatchGame'' mainly featured a number of ''Video on Trial'' regulars veterans as its guests, primarily host Darrin Rose and panel.regular panelist Deborah DiGiovanni.
30th Aug '16 6:43:56 PM nombretomado
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* CampGay: Trevor Borris is caught sporting a pink [[JonasBrothers "Mrs. Jonas"]] t-shirt on episodes featuring the famous DisneyChannel heartthrobs' videos.

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* CampGay: Trevor Borris is caught sporting a pink [[JonasBrothers "Mrs. Jonas"]] t-shirt on episodes featuring the famous DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel heartthrobs' videos.
14th Jul '16 9:32:12 AM Lirodon
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** The Comedy Network's version of ''Series/MatchGame'' mainly featured ''Video on Trial'' regulars as its host and panel.
8th Mar '16 7:46:06 PM Lirodon
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Given the title of the show and its structure, the show did use some justice system-based motifs and imagery, including referring to the panelists as the jury and songs as cases, the introduction to a case featuring what they were "accused" of (followed by a humorous "sentencing" at the conclusion of the case), and more, especially in the earlier seasons. The fifth season dropped most of the courtroom motifs from the show in favor of a more futuristic look, but the comedic aspects remained.

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Given the title of the show and its structure, the show did use some justice system-based motifs and imagery, including referring to the panelists as the jury and songs as cases, the introduction to a case featuring what they were "accused" of (followed by a humorous "sentencing" at the conclusion of the case), and more, especially in the earlier seasons. The fifth season dropped most of the courtroom motifs from the show in favor of a more futuristic look, but show's presentation, although the comedic aspects remained.
core format remained identical.
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