History ThrowItIn / WebOriginal

23rd Feb '17 2:57:18 PM Blazer
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* A few times in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', the actors were told to add in their own lines from time to time. Notable lines being Yang's "Nailed it." after her landing in the forest and Ruby's comment about Blake liking to eat tuna a lot.
10th Jan '17 6:55:47 PM nombretomado
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* In the [[LoadingReadyRun Escapist News Network]] episode ''[[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/escapist-news-network/1551-Games-for-Pets Games for Pets]]'', Kathleen was supposed to just run off at the end. However, in her haste, her chair hit the background, which caused the "ENN" logo to break and the "E" to fall off. They left it in because it was just hilarious.

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* In the [[LoadingReadyRun [[WebVideo/LoadingReadyRun Escapist News Network]] episode ''[[http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/escapist-news-network/1551-Games-for-Pets Games for Pets]]'', Kathleen was supposed to just run off at the end. However, in her haste, her chair hit the background, which caused the "ENN" logo to break and the "E" to fall off. They left it in because it was just hilarious.
10th Dec '16 6:53:21 AM gophergiggles
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* ''{{The Angry Video Game Nerd}}'s'' review of ''Kid Kool'' has a ''literal'' example of throwing something in that ends up thrown in. It ends with him throwing the cartridge blindly over his shoulder... and landing it ''perfectly'' in a garbage can by sheer luck. His look of amazement at the camera was genuine.
11th Nov '16 8:23:01 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* A decent part of the plot of ''Roleplay/RubyQuest'' occurs because Weaver took a few of /tg/'s silly and/or unexpected suggestions seriously. When somebody asked to put a severed hand up a pneumatic mail chute, up the hand went, [[spoiler: and it was later used to reveal that Ruby used to be murderously violent]]. When /tg/ wanted to bash their way through puzzles, those puzzles were very quickly solved. When /tg/ directed Ruby to lick the Fleshy Prototube, they discovered it tasted bad. When the players voted to [[spoiler: save Jay, three people escaped the Metal Glen instead of two]].
24th Aug '16 4:24:45 PM Pinokio
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* ''WebVideo/JonTron'' includes many outtake-worthy scenes as part of the show's humor.
23rd Jul '16 12:31:58 AM anza_sb
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* In ''WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory'' "Genghis Khan vs. Easter Bunny" there's a part where Lloyd (playing Khan) smashes an Easter egg with his sword. The behind-the-scenes reveals that they thought the idea wouldn't work well, so they only did one take before moving on. When Lloyd actually ''does'' hit the egg in one take, they decided to add it to the video.
25th May '16 11:16:37 AM emeriin
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** More dramatically, Critic's rant in the ''Film/ScoobyDoo'' review was only meant to be two lines, and Doug improvised a whole DespairSpeech.
19th May '16 5:40:03 PM erforce
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* According to one of [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara's]] video logs on the filming of an episode of WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic, the [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} Zuul]] joke in ''WesternAnimation/ThePagemaster'' review was originally a throwaway joke from Doug's brother, and the two decided to keep it in the video anyway. It got to the point of becoming a proper RunningGag in future [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic Critic]] videos, and Doug and his brother can apparently no longer watch ''Ghostbusters'' without shouting "Zuul, muthafucka! Zuul!"

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* According to one of [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara's]] video logs on the filming of an episode of WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic, the [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} Zuul]] joke in ''WesternAnimation/ThePagemaster'' review was originally a throwaway joke from Doug's brother, and the two decided to keep it in the video anyway. It got to the point of becoming a proper RunningGag in future [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic Critic]] videos, and Doug and his brother can apparently no longer watch ''Ghostbusters'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' without shouting "Zuul, muthafucka! Zuul!"
13th Apr '16 8:43:54 AM Piando
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* In ''WebOriginal/DragonBallZAbridged'', Kaiser Neko's "Episode Breakdown" videos generally show exactly what all was thrown in on a whim.
** In their ''Dragonball Z Kai Abridged Episode 2'' alone, we have Vegeta coughing up blood during Goku's "You killed Vegeta!" line (because Masako flubbed a take), Freeza flipping everyone off when asking "Who's next?" or even the same arm re-edited for a visual gag when it falls next to Freeza's dying form when he tells Goku that his spaceship is "That way".

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* In ''WebOriginal/DragonBallZAbridged'', ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'', Kaiser Neko's "Episode Breakdown" videos generally show exactly what all was thrown in on a whim.
** In their ''Dragonball Z Kai ''Anime/DragonBallZ [[Anime/DragonBallKai Kai]] Abridged Episode 2'' alone, we have Vegeta coughing up blood during Goku's "You killed Vegeta!" line (because Masako flubbed a take), Freeza flipping everyone off when asking "Who's next?" or even the same arm re-edited for a visual gag when it falls next to Freeza's dying form when he tells Goku that his spaceship is "That way".
23rd Jan '16 3:14:38 PM StFan
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* Machinima as a genre took off largely due to ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' - and ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' used a glitch that caused magnums to look like they were held at ease, allowing civil-looking conversation. (Look all the way down with the magnum. The player model's head snaps back up.) Back during the Halo CE sections, it was noticeable when they drew their weapons because they were suddenly looking down for a moment. Bungie liked it so much that it was a feature in Halo 2. (When out of grenades, hold the grenade button.) They scaled it back to only available in local games in Halo 3 and Reach as a move to prevent [[labelnote:BXR]]game-breaking button combo[[/labelnote]] shenanigans. Halo machinima suffered, with many of the large teams who didn't happen to live and work together falling apart.

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* Machinima as a genre took off largely due to ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' - -- and ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' used ''Red vs. Blue'' uses a glitch that caused magnums to look like they were are held at ease, allowing civil-looking conversation. (Look all the way down with the magnum. The player model's head snaps back up.) Back during the Halo CE sections, it was noticeable when they drew their weapons because they were suddenly looking down for a moment. Bungie liked it so much that it was a feature in Halo 2.''Halo 2''. (When out of grenades, hold the grenade button.) They scaled it back to only available in local games in Halo 3 ''Halo 3'' and Reach as a move to prevent [[labelnote:BXR]]game-breaking button combo[[/labelnote]] shenanigans. Halo machinima suffered, with many of the large teams who didn't happen to live and work together falling apart.



* In one episode of ''WebVideo/RedVsBlue'', Sarge is barking out orders to the Red Team and at one point tells Donut to run around and scream like a little girl. Originally, it was supposed to have been him just screaming a bit as he ran off screen, but he ended up running across the zone, screaming and they kept it in.

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* In one episode of ''WebVideo/RedVsBlue'', ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'', Sarge is barking out orders to the Red Team and at one point tells Donut to run around and scream like a little girl. Originally, it was supposed to have been him just screaming a bit as he ran off screen, but he ended up running across the zone, screaming and they kept it in.
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