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* {{Prop}}: Something an actor holds or physically interacts with in a production.


* CreatorBacklash: The creators are ashamed that they ever made the work.



* OldShame: The creators are ashamed that they ever made the work.


* FlagshipFranchise: A company's most prominent and well-known franchise.


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* OrphanedReference

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* OrphanedReferenceOrphanedReference: The final work contains references to a concept or scene that was scrapped from an earlier draft.

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* WriteWhoYouKnow: The creator bases a character on a RealLife person the author knows or knew.

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* InspirationForTheWork


* AllThereInTheManual
* AllThereInTheScript

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* AllThereInTheManual
AllThereInTheManual: Information not revealed in the work itself is given in official books and documents.
* AllThereInTheScriptAllThereInTheScript: Character names that are only revealed in the script, character designs or the end credits.



* AscendedFanon
* AshcanCopy
* AvoidTheDreadedGRating

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* AscendedFanon
AscendedFanon: The fans' interpretations of things end up becoming officially canon.
* AshcanCopy
AshcanCopy: An adaptation is made when the company's media rights to the original work will soon expire in order to ensure that the company will be able to keep the rights for a while longer.
* AvoidTheDreadedGRatingAvoidTheDreadedGRating: A movie includes some profanity or another minor instance of mature content simply to keep the movie from being rated G.



* {{Corpsing}}

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* {{Corpsing}}{{Corpsing}}: An actor ends up breaking character and laughing uncontrollably at something they find funny.



* DevelopmentGag

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* DevelopmentGagDevelopmentGag: The work references a concept from when the work was still in development.



* EnforcedMethodActing
* FanworkBan

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* EnforcedMethodActing
EnforcedMethodActing: Using techniques and conditions to force a genuine reaction from the actor.
* FanworkBanFanworkBan: The creator forbids fan-made content of their work being made.



* FirstLawOfResurrection
* FlagshipFranchise

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* FirstLawOfResurrection
FirstLawOfResurrection: If a character is killed off, they'll come back as long as the creator wants them to.
* FlagshipFranchiseFlagshipFranchise: A company's most prominent and well-known franchise.



* FullyAbsorbedFinale
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming

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* FullyAbsorbedFinale
FullyAbsorbedFinale: A show that didn't get a GrandFinale has the loose ends tied up by having an episode of a spin-off series or another work taking place in the same continuity serve as a final episode of sorts to the series that ended without a proper conclusion.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNamingIdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode is named in the same way.



* OldShame
* OneEpisodeWonder

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* OldShame
OldShame: The creators are ashamed that they ever made the work.
* OneEpisodeWonderOneEpisodeWonder: A television show that ended after just one episode.



* ParentalBonus
* PilotMovie

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* ParentalBonus
ParentalBonus: A work features content and references that only older viewers will notice or understand.
* PilotMoviePilotMovie: A feature-length film that is intended to serve as the beginning of a television series.



* PoorlyDisguisedPilot

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* PoorlyDisguisedPilotPoorlyDisguisedPilot: An episode of a television show focuses on a different set of characters to serve as a possible pilot for a spin-off series.



* ShoutOut

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* ShoutOutShoutOut: A work makes a reference to another work.



* StylisticSuck

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* StylisticSuckStylisticSuck: A work is deliberately made to be of poor quality.



* TroubledProduction

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* TroubledProductionTroubledProduction: A work has endured a lot of problems in development despite eventually being finished and released.



* WriteWhatYouKnow
* WritingAroundTrademarks

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* WriteWhatYouKnow
WriteWhatYouKnow: The creator bases the story on their own experiences.
* WritingAroundTrademarksWritingAroundTrademarks: Lawsuits are avoided by never mentioning copyrighted material directly by name.

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* FlagshipFranchise


Useful terms and concepts about creating works for media.

Compare and contrast FanSpeak. See also the {{Creators}} index.

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Useful terms and concepts about creating works for media.

Compare and contrast FanSpeak. See also the {{Creators}} index.
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