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[[caption-width-right:276:This trope also covers [[YMMV/TheBlackEyedPeas Pop Up YMMV]].]]You're watching a rerun of your favorite movie on TV.

You can remember the lines to the catchy tune in the background. You know exactly when the character starts talking to his [[TheRedStapler green candy apple accounting calculator]]. Then suddenly there is a little noise you have never heard before and a little message on screen about how this calculator doesn't actually exist and the production company had to spend big money to make a fake one.

You, my friend, have been introduced to the wonderful world of [[TitleDrop Pop Up Trivia]]. Wherein the little tricks that the production people put into making your show are showed off, or interesting but irrelevant but interesting pieces of information are given, such as how many calories a person would burn in 500 miles and how long it would take, but not quite as vocal as a DVDCommentary.



[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* Creator/ADVFilms had some wonderful "[=ADVidNotes=]" tracks on several of their comedy anime [=DVDs=].

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* Included on the ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' DVD. Two sets, actually: One for the "fans" (which are more complex details on how the movie was made), and one for the "family" (side notes, plot points relating to the original book, points being brought up in the live-action films and TV series, etc.)
* The Blu-Ray Discs of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' and ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' have pop up tracks including trivia for both demographics.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Apparently a popular BonusMaterial for [=DVDs=].
* Edgar Wright seems to be a fan. It's an option on ''Film/HotFuzz, Film/ShaunOfTheDead'' and ''Film/ScottPilgrimVsTheWorld''.
* ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' did this.
* This was an option on ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail'' DVD.
* The ''Franchise/StarTrek'' 2-disc DVD sets have a subtitle option where Michael and Denise Okuda can give text commentary on this kind of stuff.
* ''Film/SourceCode'' has one of these, strangely enough.
* The Extreme Edition DVD of Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay includes a text commentary track with trivia and other notes at the bottom of the screen to annotate special moments, such as scenes not featured in the theatrical release as well as short behind-the-scenes footage that can be accessed by pressing a button on your DVD player remote.
* Legend Films' edition of ''Film/Plan9FromOuterSpace'' includes a trivia text feature.
* The ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'' trilogy came to DVD with "Animated Anecdotes" for each movie. The later Blu-Ray set contains updated anectodes, as well as an option to point out "setups and payoffs".
* Each DVD in the ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'' has a "Spidey-Sense" trivia track.
* The ''Franchise/{{Alien}} Anthology'' Blu-Ray set has a "Weyland-Yutani Datastream" deliver factoids about each movie.
* ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'' has a "Your Favorite Things" Blu-Ray extra that allows viewers to watch the movie with pop-up windows containing trivia, behind-the-scenes pictures, and an interactive quiz (and sing-along subtitles for the songs).
* Some TV airings of ''Film/{{Braveheart}}'' have this, giving historical notes and production notes. Sometimes they swerved into CaptainObvious territory, such as explaining that a character was grieving for their dead father ''while it was happening on screen.''
* For a while in the mid 2000s, Creator/WarnerBros and Creator/NewLineCinema movies offered via video-on-demand through cable systems came with "[[http://www.moviesthatpop.com/ Movies that Pop]]"- the trivia track would be baked into the movie (given how VOD works, it's understandable that you couldn't turn it off).

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Creator/DisneyChannel seems to be a fan of this. It aired a version of ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace: TheMovie'' that had these and if memory serves they did the same with ''Starstruck''.
** They also did it with ''JumpIn''.
* The American cable network AMC sometimes shows ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD_TV DVD_TV]]'': a movie with subtitles that have information taken from the movie's DVD.
* ''Series/{{Lost}}'' eventually started doing this with its reruns.
* Creator/AnimalPlanet loves this trope, and applies it to renamed reruns of their popular series:
** ''[[Series/RiverMonsters River Monsters: Unhooked]]''
** ''[[Series/MyCatFromHell My Cat From Hell: Scratch Tracks]]''
** ''{{Series/Tanked}} Unfiltered''
** ''[[Series/CallOfTheWildman Call of the Wildman: More Live Action]]''
** ''Gator Boys: Gator Bites''
* ''Series/MythBusters'' has "Buster's Cut".
* When ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow'' had "spot the mistake" contest episodes, the reruns would point out each mistake via pop-ups.
* The first-season DVD of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' has a special "Muppet Morsels" subtitle track.
* Every classic ''Series/DoctorWho'' DVD features production information subtitles.
** "Doctor's Notes", a rebroadcast of Season 9/35 on BBC America.
* Creator/{{GSN}} had a special week of ''Series/LetsMakeADeal'' episodes that would have pop up bubbles with information, such as the current price of Turtle Wax and Monty Hall's real name.
* The [[Creator/NickJr NickMom]] channel debuted by airing ''Series/TheBradyBunch'' with pop-up style "comments" from Carol Brady.
* ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'' aired an episode featuring these. Originally billed as produced by the same team as ''Pop Up Video'', which was later shown to be [[ExecutiveMeddling a marketing ploy between ABC and VH1]] without the team's consent.
* Certain ''Franchise/StarTrek'' shows have done this on certain DVD releases.
* ''Series/ParkingWars'' has bits of trivia popup periodically.
* ''Series/CSIMiami'' did this on at least one rerun, with the 'Bullet Points' accompanied by a gunshot sound.
* ''Series/DeadliestCatch'' from Season 8 onward, combining trivia with [[Website/{{Twitter}} Tweets]] from fans and crew.
* ''Series/TheGrandTour'' uses [[Creator/AmazonStudios Amazon]]'s "X-Ray Vision" feature in this fashion, with vehicle specs, song track info, translations for more obscure Britishisms, behind-the-scenes facts, and general snarkery.
* ''Series/ImpracticalJokers'' has "Inside Jokes" specials, which add trivia bubbles to previously seen segments.

* Creator/VH1's ''Series/PopUpVideo'', the {{Trope Maker|s}}. Wikipedia has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop-Up_Video#Derivatives_and_parodies a list]] of derivatives and parodies of ''Pop Up Video''.

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* ''[[Wrestling/NationalWrestlingAlliance NWA]] On Fire'', which shows classic NWA matches, has little infoboxes giving possibly informative bits of trivia about the wrestlers & matches being shown.

[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
* When the now-defunct [=TechTV=] network aired the original ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}'' series, one of these pop-up trivia tracks would appear frequently near the bottom of the screen. A full episode done in this style was released as bonus material on a "best of" DVD of the series in the early 2000s.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''WebComic/FurWillFly'' did an amusing spoof of the trope in general and Creator/VH1's ''Pup-Up Video'' in particular with "Pop-Up Webcomic" Sunday special features, eye-watering colour scheme and all.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Website/YouTube allows you to add annotations to your uploaded videos, which can invoke this.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': Avatar Extras
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsCloneWars'' both do this in Australia.
* The ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'' DVD set has a "Trivia Track" on the first two episodes, "See-Saw to Arkansas" and "Creepy Trip to Lemon Twist".
* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS13E16WeekendAtBurnsies Weekend at Burnsie's]]." Marge gets out a box of old clothes, and pop-ups identify the episodes they supposedly featured in, [[NoodleIncident such as a fedora with a hole in it from "Who Shot Grampa's Hat?"]]
* The 20th Anniversary Edition of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersTheMovie'' has the "Matrix of Knowledge" as this type of option on the first disc.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' has a series of DVD bonus features, ''The Avengers Unmasked'', which provide a variation of this.
* The season 3 DVD set of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' had these for three episodes.
* ''WesternAnimation/TitanMaximum'''s DVD had this as a feature for one episode. The caption bubble acted as if it were a character in itself, and mentioned knowing the Pop-Up Video caption bubble.