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24th Apr '18 10:29:55 PM Stormchaser23
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** The character of April Ludgate did not exist in the original conception of the show. The role was written specifically for Creator/AubreyPlaza, leading to some of the funniest moments of the series. Allison Jones, the casting director, met Plaza, and the actress made her so uncomfortable that Jones contacted the creators to insist that they cast "the weirdest girl I've ever met in my life." The role of the creepy and apathetic intern was written into the pilot script, originally simply named "Aubrey".
13th Apr '18 3:37:04 PM LinTaylor
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* ''Series/KamenRiderExAid'' had a VideoGame theme, with the Gashats, the show's {{Transformation Trinket}}s, being based off of game cartridges. While filming an early episode, Ex-Aid's suit actor Seiji Takaiwa pantomimed "blowing" into the Gashat before performing a FinishingMove, which amused the staff so much that it became one of Ex-Aid's CharacterTics.
** In an even bigger example, one early episode's script had the note "Kuroto laughs at Emu Hojo[=/=]Kamen Rider Ex-Aid's despair" with no further elaboration. Kuroto's actor Tetsuya Iwanaga decided to go full-on LaughingMad, which started the process that completely redefined the character, changing him from a bog-standard CorruptCorporateExecutive into an [[ItsAllAboutMe egomaniac]] whose [[AGodAmI God complex]] is matched only by his [[LargeHam hamminess]].
29th Mar '18 5:36:41 PM SeizureFerret
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* While most of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' is improvised to begin with, the 100th episode had a notable incident where the whole sonsuddenly speeds up right in the middle. HilarityEnsues. They redid the game with the intention of throwing out the first take, but in the end, the second take was thrown out and the first take was used. It featured Creator/WayneBrady trying to spell out the subject's name "Howard" in rhythm, and he ended up spelling out H-O-R-W-A-R-D. Drew gave him a hard time about it, leading to Wayne responding "It's hard to spell at 210 beats per minute."

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* While most of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' is improvised to begin with, the 100th episode had a notable incident where the whole sonsuddenly song suddenly speeds up right in the middle. HilarityEnsues. They redid the game with the intention of throwing out the first take, but in the end, the second take was thrown out and the first take was used. It featured Creator/WayneBrady trying to spell out the subject's name "Howard" in rhythm, and he ended up spelling out H-O-R-W-A-R-D. Drew gave him a hard time about it, leading to Wayne responding "It's hard to spell at 210 beats per minute."
18th Mar '18 11:55:58 AM DaibhidC
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** Soldeed in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E5TheHornsOfNimon The Horns of Nimon]]" begins laughing hysterically during his death scene, while yelling "you are all doomed! All doomed!". The line was scripted. The laughter was (nearly literal) {{Corpsing}}. The actor had thought it was a camera rehearsal, but the take got used. It works because his general performance, in the words of TARDIS Eruditorum blogger Philip Sandifer, "[[EvilIsHammy has a sufficient amount of ham involved that it borders on the anti-semitic]]".

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** Soldeed in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E5TheHornsOfNimon The Horns of Nimon]]" begins laughing hysterically during his death scene, while yelling "you are all doomed! All doomed!". The line was scripted. The laughter was (nearly literal) {{Corpsing}}. The actor had thought it was a camera rehearsal, but the take got used. It works because his general performance, in the words of TARDIS Eruditorum blogger Philip El Sandifer, "[[EvilIsHammy has a sufficient amount of ham involved that it borders on the anti-semitic]]".
7th Mar '18 6:56:21 AM Midna
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* Creator/{{Fox}} and Creator/{{NBC}}'s live musical productions (to date: ''The Sound of Music'', ''Peter Pan Live'', ''The Wiz'', ''Grease'' ''Hairspray'', and in December 2017 ''A Christmas Story'') all begin rehearsal several weeks before going to air, using the script as a template. The production team tweaks things as time goes by, such as the characters' actions and lines, based on what they want to contribute, in addition to trial and error. That's why there are sometimes inconsistencies on the shows' soundtrack albums, for which some of the audio is recorded fairly early on during the rehearsal period.

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* Creator/{{Fox}} and Creator/{{NBC}}'s live musical productions (to date: ''The Sound of Music'', ''Peter Pan Live'', ''The Wiz'', ''Grease'' ''Grease'', ''Hairspray'', and in December 2017 ''A Christmas Story'') Story'', and ''Jesus Christ Superstar'') all begin rehearsal several weeks before going to air, using the script as a template. The production team tweaks things as time goes by, such as the characters' actions and lines, based on what they want to contribute, in addition to trial and error. That's why there are sometimes inconsistencies on the shows' soundtrack albums, for which some of the audio is recorded fairly early on during the rehearsal period.
6th Feb '18 6:56:18 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* Creator/{{Fox}} and Creator/{{NBC}}'s live musical productions (to date: ''The Sound of Music'', ''Peter Pan Live'', ''The Wiz'', ''Grease'', and, in December 2016, ''Hairspray'') all begin rehearsal several weeks before going to air, using the script as a template. The production team tweaks things as time goes by, such as the characters' actions and lines, based on what they want to contribute, in addition to trial and error. That's why there are sometimes inconsistencies on the shows' soundtrack albums, for which some of the audio is recorded fairly early on during the rehearsal period.

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* Creator/{{Fox}} and Creator/{{NBC}}'s live musical productions (to date: ''The Sound of Music'', ''Peter Pan Live'', ''The Wiz'', ''Grease'', and, ''Grease'' ''Hairspray'', and in December 2016, ''Hairspray'') 2017 ''A Christmas Story'') all begin rehearsal several weeks before going to air, using the script as a template. The production team tweaks things as time goes by, such as the characters' actions and lines, based on what they want to contribute, in addition to trial and error. That's why there are sometimes inconsistencies on the shows' soundtrack albums, for which some of the audio is recorded fairly early on during the rehearsal period.
19th Jan '18 9:16:06 PM jormis29
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** In the episode "The One With Phoebe's Uterus", Joey walks into the apartment wearing a blue blazer. Matthew Perry (Chandler), while making a joke, accidently said "black" instead of "back", but the actors' reactions to the mistake were so funny, they decided to put it in the episode:

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** In the episode "The One With Phoebe's Uterus", Joey walks into the apartment wearing a blue blazer. Matthew Perry Creator/MatthewPerry (Chandler), while making a joke, accidently said "black" instead of "back", but the actors' reactions to the mistake were so funny, they decided to put it in the episode:
17th Dec '17 1:25:35 AM jormis29
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* At the end of a sketch on ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'' where Rita Moreno plays a director trying to get Creator/BillCosby to get his line right, Creator/MorganFreeman cracks up and walks off the set.

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* At the end of a sketch on ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'' where Rita Moreno Creator/RitaMoreno plays a director trying to get Creator/BillCosby to get his line right, Creator/MorganFreeman cracks up and walks off the set.
11th Dec '17 10:43:12 AM Twentington
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* While most of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' is improvised to begin with, the 100th episode had a notable incident where the whole song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWyXZRYUU50 suddenly speeds up right in the middle]]. HilarityEnsues. They redid the game with the intention of throwing out the first take, but in the end, the second take was thrown out and the first take was used. It featured Creator/WayneBrady trying to spell out the subject's name "Howard" in rhythm, and he ended up spelling out H-O-R-W-A-R-D. Drew gave him a hard time about it, leading to Wayne responding "It's hard to spell at 210 beats per minute."

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* While most of ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' is improvised to begin with, the 100th episode had a notable incident where the whole song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWyXZRYUU50 suddenly sonsuddenly speeds up right in the middle]].middle. HilarityEnsues. They redid the game with the intention of throwing out the first take, but in the end, the second take was thrown out and the first take was used. It featured Creator/WayneBrady trying to spell out the subject's name "Howard" in rhythm, and he ended up spelling out H-O-R-W-A-R-D. Drew gave him a hard time about it, leading to Wayne responding "It's hard to spell at 210 beats per minute."
11th Dec '17 10:38:41 AM Twentington
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** To celebrate 20 years as a late night host, Conan put together [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiqvlXiFLlw a blooper reel]] of the last two decades. Not to spoil it, but [[spoiler:the blooper reel experiences technical difficulties. Conan insists on leaving in the resulting footage of the crew trying to fix the problem.]]

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** To celebrate 20 years as a late night host, Conan put together [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiqvlXiFLlw a blooper reel]] reel of the last two decades. Not to spoil it, but [[spoiler:the blooper reel experiences technical difficulties. Conan insists on leaving in the resulting footage of the crew trying to fix the problem.]]
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