This is where a television show or film will speed up the film and the comedy comes from the actions you see the actors perform. Audio is similarly sped up and is unintelligible and the action that occurs on screen will often go from somewhat logical to outright absurd.

Additionally, in some cases the humor can also be derived from the [[MediumAwareness continuity errors]] [[BreakingTheFourthWall resulting from fast-forwarding the action]].

Not to be confused with the GilliganCut. The {{Inverted}} version of this trope would be RewindGag.


[[folder: Anime And Manga]]
* In ''Anime/Persona4TheAnimation'' episode 19, Yu gives a long explanation on why the girls should enter the beauty pageant, while being fast forwarded, it went on for 30 minutes.
* In the first episode of ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan'', Nyarko's explanation for why she's on Earth gets fast-forwarded almost immediately, complete with VHS-style distortion. Slowing the sequence down to half speed reveals that her dialog directly quotes the exact same scene from the original light novel, except that there, she went on for much, ''[[MotorMouth much]]'' longer.
** During said speech Nyarko remarks that her boss is unreasonable, naps all the time, and gets angry enough to destroy the universe if you wake him up -- which reveals to fans of the Franchise/CthulhuMythos that said boss is Azathoth, the deity who exists above all others in the Mythos[[note]]as well as Nyarlathotep's father in Lovecraft's stories, though this doesn't seem to be the case for ''Nyarko-san''[[/note]].
* It was used in ''Manga/SketDance'', where that weird teacher explained the history of the never before heard of game of Genesis.
* Naoe Kanetsugu's merciless rant about Kagekatsu in ''Manga/TonoToIssho''.
* In one episode of ''[[SuperDeformed Mini]] VideoGame/SengokuBasara'', Motonari writes an extremely bombastic letter to the anime director, which Motochika attempts to read. After the fast-forward, it's revealed he passed out in the process.
* Done in the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' episode "To Master the Onix-pected", when Meowth uses a remote to fast-forward Team Rocket's motto. Afterwards, Jessie is completely exhausted, and James bit his tongue.
* ''Anime/FullMetalPanicFumoffu''. The art teacher is asked to explain the "Humans and Nature" project to the class. After [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible rambling incomprehensibly]] for several minutes, he's asked to sum things up. His 'summary' is the same speech, sped up. The trope is repeated whenever someone asks the teacher about art.
** Kaname explaining to ChasteHero Sousake how to pick up girls.
** In the OAV of ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'', Mardukas chews out two of his subordinates, with an establishing shot of the island showing the dressing down lasts from midday until sunset.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* In ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', the villains attempt to find the heroes by [[MediumAwareness playing the ''Spaceballs'' videotape]]. They end up doing this when they come to their "LudicrousSpeed" fiasco.
-->'''Dark Helmet:''' Go past this. Pass this part. In fact, [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain never play this again]].
* Used in the film version of ''Film/VForVendetta'', complete with "Yakety Sax."
* Shows up quite a few times in ''Film/TheGodsMustBeCrazy''.
* Used in the [[spoiler:three-way sex scene]] in ''Film/AClockworkOrange''. All set to [[StandardSnippet "William Tell Overture: Finale (Rossini)"]].
* Done by Creator/WoodyAllen in ''Film/LoveAndDeath''.
* Done during a certain (third-person perspective) memory replay in ''Film/PoisonBerryInMyBrain''.
* In ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'', after the two HowWeGotHere {{flashback}}s, the film arrives at the taxi scene, and Deadpool fast forwards the scene -- though he briefly ''rewinds'' it instead.
-->'''Deadpool:''' Oh wait, you've already seen this. ''[fast forward the scene, but accidentally rewinds it, showing him whining]'' Not this one. ''[fast forwards too far to show him masturbating under a blanket]'' Whoops! Too far... You weren't meant to see that. ''[rewind]''
* One of the transition shots in ''Film/AChristmasStory'' has the kids running by in fast-motion, with the audio sped up to match.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'': In this clip [[ at the four minute mark]] the host mentions that since the show is on video you can fast forward through the boring bits. He goes on to explain the next game the panel will be playing and the film is sped up and his voice is made to sound like he is on helium and is unintelligible. He makes several odd hand gestures and eventually produces a fire extinguisher before the show returns to normal speed.
* ''Series/TheBennyHillShow'' used this trope a few times per episode. It's infamous for its use for chase scenes, often with the music "Yakety Sax"
* It's done on ''Series/TheMunsters'', whenever someone meets the titular family and runs away.
* Happened a few times on ''Series/GilligansIsland''. Once was when the castaways were performing a series of repetitive actions and the film sped up, showing them doing the things really fast.
* Played with in ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', when the main characters bought a TimeMachine replica and played with it, they ''acted'' going in fast forward. HilarityEnsues.
* This is a common gag in ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', with the film reaching regular speed to give key snippets. Mostly done with couples' fighting, or various [[SeinfeldianConversation Seinfeldian Conversations]] like Duck vs Rabbit, reasons to have sex, or insults towards Canada.
* ''Series/LizzieMcguire'': In "First Kiss", this used in order to prevent an OverlyLongGag. In general, this is commonly used in this show.

[[folder: Video Games]]
* ''Videogame/NoMoreHeroes'' has one late game conversation fast forwarded [[spoiler:[[ slowed down]] it reveals [[ParentalIncest father-daughter incest]].]] The game hints ("It's impossible, It'll only jack up the age rating of this game even further") that the conversation was fast-forwarded to avoid a higher rating, but this isn't actually the case: {{Suda 51}} states that [[WordOfGod it was actually sped up due to]] RuleOfFunny...that, and the dialogue is a fairly lengthy {{Infodump}}. Travis' shocked reactions are priceless.
* ''Videogame/QuestForGlory'': The first game when you clean the stables is overlaid with a sped up version of the main theme.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'', [=GLaDOS=] says that she has to tell you something important about the testing chamber you're in. Being [=GLaDOS=], she skips through the warning quite quickly. [[spoiler: Slowed down, she's [[ reciting a passage from]] ''Literature/MobyDick''.]]
* In ''SonicRiders'', Wave's dialogue speeds up when Jet starts tuning out her lecture. It stays sped up until Jet sees Sonic and gives chase.
* In ''VideoGame/PaRappaTheRapper'', Joe Chin's dialogue speeds up as soon as his speeches become so long-winded that it just shocks everyone he encounters.
** By the end of the first level, he's still yapping away at an uncontrollable speed, and then slows himself back down to say "Put up your fists, you evil crusaders, let me knock you out!" And then the two thugs drop to the ground, unconscious and shocked.
* In ''VideoGame/TomodachiLife'' a Mii can ask you to listen to what he or she has to say about either their sweetheart, spouse, or child. After a little while of talking in 2x speed, they start getting fast-forwarded more while the subtitles read "Yadda yadda yadda", "Something something something" and "Blather blather blather". They finish with a line that wraps things up at normal speed.

[[folder: Web Original]]
* Used in ''WebAnimation/TheDementedCartoonMovie'', where two guys are trying to fly a rocket to Mars. After [[FailureMontage eight failed attempts]], one of them decides to spare the viewers the trouble of watching it all again and fast-forwards through it -- only to go further than intended and wind up knee-deep in Zeeky bombs. In the next take he says he'll "fast-forward correctly this time" and the duo arrives safely on the surface of Mars.
* This trope is used to great effect anytime someone takes a video of something and speeds up to Yakkety Sax, A.K.A. The Benny Hill Theme.
* [[{{Moviebob}} The Game Overthinker]] sometimes speeds up part of his voice-over in order to make the video fit the standard ~10-minute length while still including all the [[SesquipedalianLoquaciousness BIG WORDS]] he wants to use. It is usually accompanied by a graphic of a chipmunk and a cup of coffee.
* ''[[WebAnimation/AwesomeSeries Metal Gear Awesome]]'' uses this as a quick joke, skipping over the scene where Otacon narrates his backstory...and pausing halfway to find Snake and Otacon about to make out.
* In ''WebVideo/NarutoTheAbridgedSeries'', Kakashi uses a remote to fast forward over the Wave Country {{filler}}, but ends up breaking it right before the opening.
* Happens twice at the end of "[[WebAnimation/{{Siblings}} Not-the-]][[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII FFXII]] [[WebAnimation/{{Siblings}} Extras]]", complete with a MotorMouth {{Narrator}}.
--> [[FightScene "ONEPATHETICALLYSHORTBATTLELATER!"]][[note]]:The heroes fight Vayne in a ridiculously short battle.[[/note]]
--> [[OneWingedAngel "ONEFIERYTRANSFORMATIONLATER!"]][[note]]Vayne transforms into a giant with wings.[[/note]]
* Videos of Speedpaints can end up looking unintentionally funny because it's, well, it's not called ''Speed''paint for nothing. The skills of the artists end up looking absurdly easy.

[[folder: Western Animation]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Log Date 7-15-2", Steven fast forwards through Peridot's long explanation on her preferred pairing in [[ShowWithinAShow "Camp Pining Hearts",]] as he's heard it before. During the sequence, Peridot is bouncing all over the place, has produced pages of notes, and finally Steven falls asleep near the end while Garnet joined in.
* The opening to ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' is sped-up-film-style. As Hank and his friends stand in the alley and drink beer, a day passes.
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'': An episode where Peter and Lois considered buying [=TiVo=] had the salesman fast forward through their argument to get to the point where they agreed. In the middle of the argument, Chris enters choking on something and Lois gives him the Heimlich Maneuver.
* Used a lot in ''WesternAnimation/TheEmperorsNewSchool''.
* Homer calls this out on an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', using it as an excuse to speed up the beginning of Mel Gibson's movie.
** Homer waiting three days for his gun permit, set to Tom Petty's ''The Waiting.''
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has Steve wanting to tell his father something important, but he's not home, so we get a fast-forward of him patiently waiting for Stan. When Stan does show up, he insists on reading the mail first, giving us a second fast-forward as he does so, randomly laughing or cursing at the letters he's reading.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Turbo}} F.A.S.T.'' features one that references its status as a {{Netflix}} exclusive, as the fast forward effect is depicted as someone skipping forward through the video in a Netflix playback interface.