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30th Nov '16 6:02:00 AM LondonKdS
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* During filming of ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'', there was an accident when the horse ridden by Robert Addie, as TheDragon, Guy of Gisburne, accidentally clashed heads with Jeremy Bulloch as ButtMonkey Edward of Wickham. The moment was included in the show, reframed as a KickTheDog moment with Guy deliberately making the horse head-butt him.
12th Nov '16 4:05:02 PM nombretomado
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* How about throwing in an entire interpretation of a character? As noted under PlayingAgainstType, Marc Warren, known for smooth cockney scoundrel Danny in ''Series/{{Hustle}}'' played a frightening PsychopathicManchild as Jonathan Teatime in ''[[Literature/{{Discworld}} Hogfather]]''. What's interesting is that he was hired to play Teatime [[AffablyEvil similarly to Danny]], but instead chose an interpretation inspired by JohnnyDepp's creepy Music/MichaelJackson-esque Willy Wonka. And it works horrifyingly well.

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* How about throwing in an entire interpretation of a character? As noted under PlayingAgainstType, Marc Warren, known for smooth cockney scoundrel Danny in ''Series/{{Hustle}}'' played a frightening PsychopathicManchild as Jonathan Teatime in ''[[Literature/{{Discworld}} Hogfather]]''. What's interesting is that he was hired to play Teatime [[AffablyEvil similarly to Danny]], but instead chose an interpretation inspired by JohnnyDepp's Creator/JohnnyDepp's creepy Music/MichaelJackson-esque Willy Wonka. And it works horrifyingly well.
21st Oct '16 9:52:16 AM Morgenthaler
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** In the episode where Donna tries to convince Jackie to move in with her, she at one point says: "Jackie, help me be more like you" and she sounds weird when she says it (like if she is running out of breath, or trying to hold a burp, or both). After a few more unsuccessful shots where neither LauraPrepon (Donna) nor Creator/MilaKunis (Jackie) could keep from laughing, the first shot was kept.

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** In the episode where Donna tries to convince Jackie to move in with her, she at one point says: "Jackie, help me be more like you" and she sounds weird when she says it (like if she is running out of breath, or trying to hold a burp, or both). After a few more unsuccessful shots where neither LauraPrepon Creator/LauraPrepon (Donna) nor Creator/MilaKunis (Jackie) could keep from laughing, the first shot was kept.
7th Oct '16 8:20:22 AM Ball7
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*In ''Series/ResshaSentaiToqger'' during an episode featuring revieved monsters Tokatti accidently bumps into Mio, who can be seen and heard apologizing to her castmate.
3rd Oct '16 2:14:34 PM tyrekecorrea
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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 discrepancies on the shows' soundtrack albums.

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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 discrepancies inconsistencies on the shows' soundtrack albums.albums, which are recorded fairly early on during the rehearsal period.
2nd Oct '16 10:35:01 PM igordebraga
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** "TOW The Cheap Wedding Dress" has a DeletedScene (present in the DVD cut) that seems be an ad-lib from Matt LeBlanc: After a love interest ditches both Ross and Joey at a restaurant, Ross asks if Joey is hungry, to which Joey replies, "Does a bear shit in the woods?"
2nd Oct '16 1:23:04 PM tyrekecorrea
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2nd Oct '16 1:21:55 PM tyrekecorrea
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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 discrepancies on the shows' soundtrack albums.

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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'', 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 characters' actions and lines, based on what they want to contribute, in addition to trial and error. That's why there are sometimes discrepancies on the shows' soundtrack albums.
2nd Oct '16 1:19:31 PM tyrekecorrea
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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 discrepancies on the shows' soundtrack albums.
24th Sep '16 3:20:45 PM DeathsApprentice
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* In the ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' episode "Article Two", when a Pawnee citizen named Garth (Creator/PattonOswalt) [[HoldingTheFloor filibusters]] a city council meeting by rambling about his thoughts for the new Creator/JJAbrams-directed ''Franchise/StarWars'' (which ends with it becoming a crossover with the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse), the filibuster was entirely ad-libbed by Oswalt. He in fact rambled for 8 minutes, but most of it was cut.
** In "Flu Season", Andy looks up Leslie's symptoms and says, "I typed in your symptoms and it says you might have Internet connectivity problems." This line was apparently ad-libbed by Creator/ChrisPratt.

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* In the ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' makes use of varying degrees of improvisation. The most frequent example are the "addressing the camera" scenes with many jump cuts between jokes; these are usually the result of letting the actors run off-script (especially with Amy Poehler).
** In the
episode "Article Two", when a Pawnee citizen named Garth (Creator/PattonOswalt) [[HoldingTheFloor filibusters]] a city council meeting by rambling about his thoughts for the new Creator/JJAbrams-directed ''Franchise/StarWars'' (which ends with it becoming a crossover with the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse), the filibuster was entirely ad-libbed by Oswalt. He in fact rambled for 8 minutes, but most of it was cut.
** In "Flu Season", Andy looks up Leslie's symptoms and says, "I "Leslie, I typed in your symptoms into the thing up here and it says that you might have Internet connectivity problems.have...Network Connectivity Problems." This line was apparently ad-libbed by Creator/ChrisPratt.Creator/ChrisPratt, and Mike Schur, the series' co-creator called it his favorite joke in the whole series.
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