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** Episodes 244-247, which feature the debut of Tetsunosuke Sasaki, have him rapping at the beginning.

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** Episode 55 has a Mother's Day greeting. In Japan Mother's Day falls on Sunday in the second week of May, the week this episode aired.

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** Episode 48 has the opening credits fast-forward with an apology from the staff.


** Episode 90 features an intro based on the in-universe manga Gintaman, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_9PNis-CI8 here]].



** Episode 900 features an intro based on the in-universe manga Gintaman, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_9PNis-CI8 here]].


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** Episode 138 has the previous version of the Yorozuya in the opening credits.


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** Episode 240 has Hasegawa join Gintoki's harem in the opening credits.


* 'Anime/CarnivalPhantasm': At the end of each episode there is a skit in the Tiger Dojo with Taiga and Illya.

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* 'Anime/CarnivalPhantasm': ''Anime/CarnivalPhantasm'': At the end of each episode there is a skit in the Tiger Dojo with Taiga and Illya.

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* 'Anime/CarnivalPhantasm': At the end of each episode there is a skit in the Tiger Dojo with Taiga and Illya.


** Episode 183 starts off as a parody of ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'', with Shinpachi as Kenshiro. But Shinpachi protests, and the opening credits warp to being the normal version, but done in Microsoft Paint format.

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** Episode 183 starts off as a parody of ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'', with Shinpachi as Kenshiro. Kenshiro, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4s7TRx4iguQ hr]]. But Shinpachi protests, and the opening credits warp to being the normal version, but done in Microsoft Paint format.format, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usjwNp3s94c seen here]].


** Episode 900 features an intro based on the in-universe manga Gintaman, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_9PNis-CI8 here]].



** Episodes 151-154 features a brief preview of the soap opera/drama KinTama, which portrays the [link=tt0988818] cast in dramatic situations.

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** Episodes 151-154 features a brief preview of the soap opera/drama KinTama, which portrays the [link=tt0988818] Gintama cast in dramatic situations.

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** Episode 97 features an intro based on Lupin III Green Jacket show, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pox3PODZUXs here]].


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** Episodes 151-154 features a brief preview of the soap opera/drama KinTama, which portrays the [link=tt0988818] cast in dramatic situations.


** Episode 183 starts off as a parody of Manga/HokutonoKen, with Shinpachi as Kenshiro. But Shinpachi protests, and the opening credits warp to being the normal version, but done in Microsoft Paint format.

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** Episode 183 starts off as a parody of Manga/HokutonoKen, ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'', with Shinpachi as Kenshiro. But Shinpachi protests, and the opening credits warp to being the normal version, but done in Microsoft Paint format.


** Kintoki replaces Gintoki with himself in the opening credits, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mM450qDEXXk here]].

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** During the Kintama arc, Kintoki replaces Gintoki with himself in the opening credits, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mM450qDEXXk here]].


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** During the Dekkobokko arc, the closing credits feature the characters in their gender-swapped versions.

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** Episode 183 starts off as a parody of Manga/HokutonoKen, with Shinpachi as Kenshiro. But Shinpachi protests, and the opening credits warp to being the normal version, but done in Microsoft Paint format.


** In Episode 67, Gintoki's bike spins out of control instead of riding into the sunset as usual.
** Episode 112 replaces the usual anime with [[AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent Katsuratama]].
** Episode 224's opening continues as usual until the very end, at which point Gintoki fails to balance his bike properly as he usually does in the intro and instead falls flat on his face. The next 30 seconds feature the aftermath of the crash, during which the main trio comment on how [[NoFourthWall they were bound to mess up after doing the same thing 23 times in a row.]]

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** In Episode 67, Gintoki's bike spins out of control instead of riding into the sunset as usual.usual,seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRIXGD29jo0 here]].
** Episode 112 replaces the usual anime with [[AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent Katsuratama]].Katsuratama]].
** Episode 171 features a new intro with the Yorozuya sporting wigs, [[spoiler: because they went bald in that episode]], seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMz9BgQHJDE here]].

** Episode 224's opening continues as usual until the very end, at which point Gintoki fails to balance his bike properly as he usually does in the intro and instead falls flat on his face. The next 30 seconds feature the aftermath of the crash, during which the main trio comment on how [[NoFourthWall they were bound to mess up after doing the same thing 23 times in a row.]]]]It can be seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXZ7BAEYUUQ here]].



** Episode 282 features the characters dressed up in Manga/SaintSeiya gear, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubgQQqThbuE here]].



** The Kintama arc has Kintoki replace Gintoki with himself in the opening credits. The finale of that arc features a new show, Mantama, [[which is a setup]].

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** The Kintama arc has Kintoki replace replaces Gintoki with himself in the opening credits. credits, seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mM450qDEXXk here]].
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The finale of that arc features a new show, Mantama, [[which is a setup]].seen [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fiDeC4zBLM here]].


* The ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' anime, having run for over 200 episodes, has had several cases of this.

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* The ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'' anime, having run for over 200 episodes, has had several cases of this. this:



** During the Journey into Tama arc, Tama was replaced in the credits by a pixelized version of herself.

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** Episode 227 features a Manga/SketDance crossover, features the Sket Dance group in the opening/closing sequences.
** During the Journey into Tama Quest arc, Tama was replaced in the credits by a pixelized version of herself.herself.
** The Kintama arc has Kintoki replace Gintoki with himself in the opening credits. The finale of that arc features a new show, Mantama, [[which is a setup]].


* Tsuki ga Kirei: A conversation through the messaging service Line takes place in the closing credits, between Kotaro and Akane. [[spoiler: Each episode features a different conversation, referring to events in their future relationship]].

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* Tsuki ga Kirei: ''Anime/TsukigaKirei'': A conversation through the messaging service Line takes place in the closing credits, between Kotaro and Akane. [[spoiler: Each episode features a different conversation, referring to events in their future relationship]].

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