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- An early episode of Soul Eater has a clip at the end of all the various Megaton Punches (e.g. the Grim Reaper's Shinigami Chop, Maka's Maka Chop) that had been delivered up to that point. It ends with an Incredibly Lame Pun.
- The third act of 5 Centimeters per Second is largely comprised of snatches of Takaki and Akari's life between the start of the film and where it currently is, set music video-style to "One More Time, One More Chance".
- One of the easter eggs on The Incredibles DVD is a montage of every button that gets pressed, every door that opens or closes, and every explosion from the entire movie.
- An easter egg of Snatch. has it with Cluster F Bombs and violence (you have the option to bleep it, making it even more hilarious).
- The closing credits of Howling II: Stirba: Werewolf Bitch repeats a shot of Sybil Danning (as Stirba the Werewolf Bitch) ripping off her top and baring her breasts seventeen times, interspersed with random reaction shots from the rest of the film.
- An extra on the DVD release of Crackerjack has a montage of every instance of swearing in the film, with a graphic of the swear and a counter up. It goes for about a minute and gets to $16.00.
- The DVD version of In Bruges has this as a bonus feature, compiling all the swearing in the film. Very amusing lampshade at the end.
- That's Entertainment!, a clip show film highlighting MGM's musicals, has two: one of Mickey Rooney's characters saying "Hey, Let's Put on a Show" and one of Greta Garbo's characters saying "I want to be [let/left] alone."
- In Kung Fu Panda 2, after Po flashes back to when he was abandoned as a baby during Lord Shen's raid on the panda village, the Soothsayer tells him that he shouldn't let his past define who he is, and we see a rapid fire montage of key moments from the first movie to show how Po had risen from his tragedy to become a noble warrior.
Live Action TV
- In one episode of Home Improvement, a friend's house blows up and Tim spends the rest of the episode vigorously denying that he was at fault (he triggered it, but completely unwittingly). The credits for that episode replaced the usual Hilarious Outtakes with all the times Tim exclaimed "I didn't blow up his house!", followed by, of course, the clip of the house blowing up.
- One episode of The Office showed a bunch of clips of Stanley being "abrupt" with people.
- This was also utilized for Oscar's "Actually..." sequence in the seventh season episode "China", though it wasn't made of actual past clips.
- The finale of That '70s Show had one for Red with his threats of shoving his foot up people's asses.
- Used several times in the clip show episode of Scrubs: dancing, falling over, being mean to each other, being nice to each other, hugging, etc.
- The Daily Show and The Colbert Report do this on news clips just about every time there's a new buzz word making the rounds, or, even better, if a politician denies ever making a statement when, in fact, they have stated it many, many times in the past.
- They once did one for themselves, playing a clip of every time Jon Stewart joked that some organization's initials were "NAMBLA."
- Conan has a recurring feature on his show where clips from dozens of tv news shows feature different anchors all reciting the exact same headline phrase, apparently pulled straight from the same news service they all got the story from.
- The pre-finale clip show for Seinfeld featured a montage of various bizarre noises made by all four main characters (surprisingly, Kramer really doesn't get more time here than anyone else).
- The finale of Alice featured a series of these: rapid-fire clips of all the celebrities who had been on the show, for example, or of Alice's son Tommy coming into the diner and saying "Hi, mom!" over and over (and growing up a little each time, which was the point).
- The series finale of Boy Meets World had a few of these in addition to being a regular clip show. One consisted of the various Big "YES!" moments throughout the series and of Eric's "Feeny Call".
- The season finale of Farscape started with a "Previously On" recap consisting entirely of a few frames from every episode of the series.
- The season 5 finale of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (coinciding with the series' move to its new network) also begins with a "Previously On" segment that starts off with regular clips from the first episode then eventually getting faster until you can't even make out the scenes depicted, showing the entire series up to this point. By the time it reaches the season 5 episodes, only 1 frame per episode is included. The very final frame of this recap is actually a single frame from the climax of the episode about to be aired.
- Allison Dubois from Medium communicates with the dead through the medium of the Catapult Nightmare, at least one or two per episode. One episode showed all her catapults in quick succession.
- Castle's clip show uses this to highlight exactly how often Castle and Beckett talk in unison.
- On 30 Rock, Jack accuses Liz of being prudish. While normally 30 Rock would do a regular cutaway gag, for this bit they show several clips from previous episodes that demonstrate how awkward Liz is talking about sex.
- In Drop the Dead Donkey, the end of year blooper reel at the Globelink Christmas party includes a montage of Sally saying "I'm not one to complain, but..."
- There's a 54-second track tacked on to the end of Warrant's album Cherry Pie, entitled "Ode To Tipper Gore". It's a collection of profanity from live concerts, spliced together as a massive Take That! to Tipper, who was the driving force behind the PMRC hearings in The '80s and ultimately one of those responsible for the "Parental Advisory" sticker on music. The album has a "Parental Advisory" sticker solely because of this track.
- On the 6music Adam and Joe Podcast 'Buckets of Scorn' (28th November 2008), they talked about their habit of saying 'umm' and 'ahh' too often. They mention a piece of audio that a listener sent in which was just all the 'umm's and 'ahh's played back-to-back. Adam and Joe put together a montage of all the 'umm's and 'ahh's from fifteen minutes of a previous podcast. Then the set it to music. It is awesome.
- 1960s Buccaneer Broadcaster Radio London was identified by its jingle package as "Wonderful Radio London". DJ Kenny Everett produced a compilation jingle by splicing together every single instance of the word "Wonderful".
- Speaking of pirate radio, a documentary produced after most of the 60s stations had gone off-air demonstrated where they'd got their news from by cutting together segments of bulletins from The BBC and four pirate radio stations on the same day. No prizes for guessing that the wording was almost identical in all of them.
Stand Up Comedy
- The DVD of Robin Williams: Live on Broadway has an easter egg hidden in its menu which plays all the vulgarities from the entire routine back-to-back. It's rather impressive. It's three-and-a-half minutes long.
- Homestar Runner: "It's the loading screen! / It's the loading screen! / I can't believe this cartoon / is just all the loading screens!"
- Red vs. Blue: Bonus Feature On The Fifth Season DVD to review what has happened so far in the show. 
- The YoGPoD played a clip that showed every time Lewis, Simon and Hannah had begun a sentence with "The thing is..." up that point on the podcast.
- This fan-made video is an assemblage of times the LoadingReadyRun crew have said "fuck".
- 1 BILLION KILLS!, The Annoying Orange's Death Montage.
- Some Jerk with a Camera's episode on the Wizarding World of Harry Potter included a supercut of people in advertisements for Disney Theme Parks saying "magic" or "magical". There are ninety-six in total. And a caption slowly fades in telling us THIS ALL CAME FROM ONE VACATION PLANNING DVD.
- The Simpsons seems to have a fondness for this sort of thing.
Homer: Heh-heh, what a week.
- The episode So It's Come To This: A Simpsons Clip Show, there's an unbroken sequence of over 30 clips of Homer saying "D'oh".
- Another "D'oh" sequence was used for Fox Bart-Cast, a one-shot Network event in the 90s where Bart hosted the Saturday Morning Fox Kids Line-Up. During this, he used one of these host segments to snark about his dad, thus leading into the sequence.
- There's at least three in Another Simpsons Clip Show: a 'Moe's Tavern prank call' montage, a 'Mmmm... something' montage and a Homer and Marge kissing montage.
- The beginning of "How the Test Was Won" features a myriad of clips where Homer gets injured in some fashion.
- In "The Bob Next Door", a new neighbor moves in and greets Bart with a "Hello Bart", revealing he has Sideshow Bob's voice. Cue montage of clips with Bob saying that line.
- One episode ended with a clip of every character doing his catchphrase ("D'oh!", "Excellent!, "Ay Caramba!"), including Marge's groan and Barney's belching.
- "Bart's Inner Child" has a montage of past moments in which Marge was opposed to the ideas the rest of the family had.
- "I'm Troy McClure, and I'll leave you with what we all came here to see: hardcore nudity!"
- The 600th episode's couch gag rapidly cycles through a still frame of all previous couch gags, with an onscreen counter ticking up to 600.
- Jackie Chan Adventures had one of Jade saying "Duh" and Uncle saying "One more thing!" it happened very fast, as both Jade an Uncle were watching, they got sick of it after a while. The same episode also had one for Jackie's "Bad day bad day bady day."
- Shadow Raiders, during Graveheart's Refusal of the Call: "I'm just a miner", repeated as a leadup to some Epiphany Therapy.
- Clone High: All the times Joan slipped up when hiding she loves Abe.
- South Park
- In "Casa Bonita" Cartman asks Kyle when he's ever made fun of him for being a Jew, which is followed by a solid minute of clips of Cartman doing exactly that. Followed by Cartman "admitting" there was "that one time."
- In "Red Man's Greed" Stan reflects on the good times they have had in the town followed by clips of past destruction and chaos.
- Totally Spies!: In the Clip Show where they were trapped in an elevator, there were several: Clover falls in love with a hot boy they meet on an adventure; Alex trips; etc.
- Aqua Teen Hunger Force: In the episode "Grim Reaper Gutters" Master Shake asks when has Frylock ever saved him or Meatwad. Cue a rapid fire montage of Frylock saving them repeatedly. It turns out the Aqua Teens are watching a montage Fry created himself and set to rock music.
- In the first episode of Drawn Together, Toot, trying to stir up tension between Xandir and his girlfriend, tells her that Xandir has never mentioned having a girlfriend, upon which there is a montage of Xandir mentioning his girlfriend over and over. Later, Captain Hero is complaining about how all Xandir does is talk about his girlfriend, upon which there is a montage of Xandir saying lots of other random things (but never mentioning his girlfriend).
- In The Boondocks episode "The Story of Gangstalicious Part 2", when Riley's favorite rapper Gangstalicious begins endorsing feminine products, Huey points out that Riley doesn't notice despite his tendency to refer to things as "gay", triggering a series of clips to prove his point.
- Pinky and the Brain had one with numerous clips of Pinky saying his Catch Phrases ("Narf!" "Poit!" "Egad, Brain, brilliant!"), as well as a selection of Pinky's responses to Are You Pondering What I'm Pondering? and a bunch of clips of Brain hitting Pinky.
- In the King of the Hill episode "The Texas Skillsaw Massacre", when attending his new friend Big Jim's funeral after he had just died from a massive heart attack brought on by his fits of rage, Peggy comments on how his corpse's face is scrunched up in an angry look, and that Hank looks the same when he's asleep. Hank thinks back to the times where he lost his temper from various clips of his angry outbursts throughout the show.
- In an episode of Squidbillies, Early says he's not a violent person and the other say they beg to differ and it cuts to a montage of some of his most violent moments.
- In the season four Daria episode, "Anti-Social Climbers," Mr. O'Neill suddenly suffers from an asthma attack while hiking in the woods (to make matters worse, his inhaler runs out of medicine). Ms. Li tells the class that she's not canceling the trip and someone will have to short-rope Mr. O'Neill. Pan to Ms. Barch, who thinks back to a Gone with the Wind-style scene where she vows never to carry another man's weight again — followed by a Fully Automatic Clip show of the three times she's made out with Mr. O'Neill (in a tent during the paintball trip on "The Daria Hunter," in the fortuneteller's booth on "Fair Enough," and in the sinking casino cruise on "Just Add Water.")
- The Duckman episode "Clip Job" features Duckman being held hostage and the man showing him various clips of his rude behavior including a montage of him saying "What the hell are you staring at?" and the various times up to that point he had killed Fluffy and Uranus.
- Phineas and Ferb - Phineas' Birthday Clip-O-Rama!, If I had a nickel for every time...
Onlooker: Was I supposed to see something?
- After showing one of these- e.g. catch-phrases, rare sentences, etc, onlookers tend to look slightly baffled. This is the average conversation.
Phineas: Nah. Its a clip-show thing.
- Yin Yang Yo! - Yin and Yo are trying to prove that Yang has a video game addiction, and show scenes of him playing video games throughout the series as proof. Yang tries to counter with footage of him not playing video games, only to discover that no such footage exists.
- In the Brandy & Mr. Whiskers Christmas Episode, when Santa tells Brandy she's at the top of the naughty list for being mean to whiskers, Brandy asks when she's ever been mean to him, followed by a montage from past episodes with clips of her yelling at him.
- In the last episode of the original run of Beavis and Butt-Head, "Beavis and Butthead Are Dead", when a rumor goes around the school that the titular duo died (actually started by them), at the end they show up at their own memorial causing Principal McVicar to have a panic attack and we see a montage of the duo causing various acts of destruction and chaos throughout the series, many of which McVicar wasn't present for.
- The Ren & Stimpy Show: In "Double Header", Stimpy asks Ren what he did to make Ren want to send him on a one-way trip to Ursa Minor. This triggers a series of clips from previous episodes showing Stimpy doing stupid things, often at Ren's expense.
Used As Advertising:
- An old Nick at Nite promo for reruns of The Bob Newhart Show consisted entirely of a seemingly-endless barrage of clips with characters saying "Hi, Bob!"
- This BBC America promo for Law & Order: UK has a bunch of miniature ones, mostly for stereotypical British things like addressing judges as "m'lord" and drinking lots of tea.
- One trailer on [adult swim] for InuYasha consists of Inuyasha and Kagome just shouting each other's names for 30 seconds; it was pretty funny, since the sounds keep going even as the commercial ends.
- There was another featuring Miroku's perverted moments to Sango and other pretty girls and them slapping him to porno-esq music.
- There were two clips for The Simpsons 20th anniversary one of Homer screaming and Barney belching both to the tune of the theme song.
- Both advertisements for Castle and one version of the show's intro had this with Castle saying his name.
- Variant: a spot for Friends had the characters "singing" the theme song "I'll Be There For You".
- A Steven Universe commercial for a block of Peridot-focused episodes includes a rapid-fire montage of calling people "Clods!"
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- It's called "DesUltimate - 527 DEATH combo" for a good reason, desu! Suiseiseki will eat out your skull, desu. Stock up on Brain Bleach, desu!
- It was later done with Ika Musume, de geso.
- This video does this to several phrases in the 4kids dub of Yu-Gi-Oh!.
- A form of parody referred to as "The Fucking Short Version" involves stringing all the cursing from a film or series together. For instance, there's Black Lagoon: The Fucking Short Version.
- Higurashi: When They Cry: When Rena is within Cuteness Proximity, she invokes her Catch-Phrase.
- Kanon (2006 Kyoto Animation version): Every instance of "uguu", "auu", and other assorted catch phrases.
- From the Disgaea anime: Prinny, dood!
- From Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions: Rikka says "Ow"
- The Big Lebowski: The Fucking Short Version.
- This for Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels, similar to the Snatch easter egg above.
- District 9 - FOOK Edition
- "Allow me to break the ice. Cold. Freeze. Cold. Freeze..."
- Pulp Fiction - The Fuckin' Short Version.
- Now adding the six other dirty words, Just the Cussing.
- Back to the Future:
- The number of times Gatsby calls Nick "Old sport" in The Great Gatsby.
- Interstellar: Just the Murphs.
- The entire Bee Movie but only the word 'bee'.
- Star Wars loves I have a bad feeling about this.
Live Action TV
- Lost. "What?"
- A couple Doctor Who ones:
- Stargate SG-1: Do we have one of these for Teal'c? Indeed.
- Jeeves and Wooster: What ho!
- Season one of Battlestar was frakkin' awesome.
- Mad Men: "Don Draper says 'What?"
- The (Un)Official Supernatural Drinking Game, parts one and two
- The X-Files: Mulder! Mulder! Mulder! (And that's just from one episode.)
- Castle: Esposito says Yo.
- Reality Show contestants don't like to make friends.
- Community: Every example of Shirly saying "That's Nice"
- Every "Aww" in the show.
- From Breaking Bad, we have every instance of Jesse saying "Bitch!" throughout all five seasons.
- As heard on Saturday Night Live: Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!
- Star Trek: The Worf Effect throughout the franchise.
- From Trailer Park Boys, we have Ricky throwing shit.
- Metallica likes death.
- Slayer likes Satan.
- Megadeth likes to kill.
- Megadeth also likes life.
- Britney Spears saying "baby" and "crazy".
- N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton - the profanity only cut.
- DragonForce likes glory.
- Courtesy of Todd in the Shadows, "Songs That Stop on the word 'Stop'".
- ''What Could Possibly Go Wrong?'' from the single pilot episode of the Bubsy cartoon.
- Some YouTube Poop does this even when it's only using one episode of source material:
- This one from 1:57-2:08.
- A particularly extreme example, from 2:08-2:16
- A sadly no longer available Poop based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode "The Case of the Killer Pizzas" contained this one showing every time someone in the episode mentioned pizza.
- There is a YouTube Poop somewhere out there (the title is just some large number of S's) that consists entirely of every instance of the letter 'S' that was said in an episode of Cartoon Network's Chowder (!). Someone had a lot of free time...
- ''Excuse me, Princess!'' from The Legend of Zelda cartoon.
- This Futurama Clip Show does "Good news, everyone!" and variants.
- My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic:
- There's a fan made montage of almost every Beavis and Butt-Head insult found on the Mike Judge DVDs, punctuated a few times with Butt-Head slapping Beavis. It comes and goes on YouTube.
- SpongeBob SquarePants: Every Gary Meow In The First Two Seasons of Spongebob
- For Bob's Burgers fans, all of Tina's moans.
- Oh my god! They killed Kenny!
- Every time the word 'honor' is said in Avatar: The Last Airbender.
- Every time Rick burps in the first two seasons of Rick and Morty.