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- A variant: Wayne's World has Wayne and Garth singing along as the song comes on the radio. Thus warranting another version of the video with scenes of the movie.
Live Action TV
- Done with the British Royal Family in the Spitting Image sketch song "We Are The Royal Family", which is musically a parody of "We Are the Champions", but shows the Royals' heads with the same positions and lighting as Queen's at the start of their music video.
- An episode of Father Ted features the hyperactively annoying Father Noel Furlong subjecting everyone he's stuck in a cave with to an impromptu solo rendition of the song in which he does all the parts himself.
- Bohemian Polka from "Weird Al" Yankovic is an inversion in that lyrics are unchanged, but it's re-arranged to be a polka.
- "Rap Soda y Bohemia" by Molotov.
- Nintendohemian Rhapsody by Brentalfloss and Pat The NES Punk.
- Bluegrass Rhapsody original lyrics and music, but played as Bluegrass by Hayseed Dixie.
- Bohemian Rhapsody by Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine (again original lyrics -more or less - and music but played as Lounge music).
- Star Trek Rhapsody
- Brohemian Rhapsody, done by College Humour.
- Midichlorian Rhapsody
- Battlestar Galactica Rhapsody (warning: spoilers!)
- The Muppets did a version which Kermit says was a videoconference gone wrong.
- Zero Wing Rhapsody!
- Novocaine Rhapsody, a fusion of "Bohemian Rhapsody" and Green Day's "Give Me Novocaine."
- An old issue of Dragon magazine had "Companions' Rhapsody", sung by the cast of the Dragonlance Chronicles.
- BoHeman Rhapsody
- "Wal-Martian Rhapsody" by Mr. Wompy narrates an unpleasant trip to a Walmart.
- "Full of Himself Rhapsody" by Below Average Dave describes a man with excessive pride.
- Lost Rhapsody
- Titanium Rhapsody
- Epic Rap Battles of History referenced it briefly when Freddie Mercury battled Frank Sinatra.
- Not Always Right: A rather spontaneous outbreak of the song in a doctor's surgery waiting room is outlined here.
- The finale of the Super Mario Land flash series at Newgrounds ends with Mario escaping the dungeon set to the second half of the song, as shown here: 
- Well, it seems someone has finally done the unexpected... and created the Sega Saturian Rhapsody.
- Bohemian Gravity: A grad student studying string theory explains what it's about.
- Most Popular Rhapsody In School, for The Most Popular Girls in School.
- Google Translate Sings has done a version.
- Ultra Fast Pony has the bonus video "UFP sings Bohemian Rhapsody". Nearly all of the cast sing along (for a given value of "sing"), and they change the lyrics to be more pony-centric. Also has exaggerated Artistic License – Music, with none of the musical instruments in the video matching the ones in the song.