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* Before 24 hour TV and radio stations became commonplace (and still used if a station needs goes off the air for something like maintenance), most U.S. TV stations would show a sign-off announcement, the U.S. anthem (or "High Flight" as narrated by William "Series/{{Cannon}}" Conrad), a prayer from a local church leader, followed by a test pattern.

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* Creator/IsaacAsimov's "Literature/ThatThouArtMindfulOfHim": Each chapter is followed by a chapter Na, such as chapter 1a, 4a, and 8a. Each subsection starts with "[Name] sat alone", where the name is someone who was in the previous chapter. The last chapter ends with two characters sitting alone.

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* ''Anime/ExcelSaga'' has the "Today's experiment" screen, which almost always reads "Failed", but is occasionally switched up with other grades.


* ''Series/{{Wipeout 2008}}'': "Good night...and [[BrassBalls big balls]]."

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* ''Series/{{Wipeout 2008}}'': ''Series/Wipeout2008'': "Good night...and [[BrassBalls big balls]]."



* In ''Series/TheAvengers'', Steed and Mrs Peel would depart the area into the distance in whatever conveyance was available or appropriate.

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* In ''Series/TheAvengers'', ''Series/TheAvengers1960s'', Steed and Mrs Peel would depart the area into the distance in whatever conveyance was available or appropriate.


* Every episode of ''Series/HarryHillsTVBurp'' broke halfway with a ridiculous fight, and ended with a ridiculous musical number related to something from another show Harry has just been making fun of--often featuring the person being made fun of.

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* Every episode of ''Series/HarryHillsTVBurp'' broke halfway with a ridiculous fight, and ended with a ridiculous musical number related to something from another show Harry has just been making fun of--often featuring the person being made fun of. Harry then closed the show with "That's all from us!"

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* At the end of ''Radio/TheBurnsAndAllenShow'', George typically cued his wife to say good night to the audience. [[BeamMeUpScotty Contrary to what most people think]], Gracie would then say, "Good night!"


A SubTrope to OncePerEpisode and SuperTrope to SoOnceAgainTheDayIsSaved. Shows, especially aimed at young children, often end with a WrapUpSong.

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A SubTrope to OncePerEpisode and SuperTrope to SoOnceAgainTheDayIsSaved. Shows, especially aimed at young children, often end with a WrapUpSong. See also SigningOffCatchPhrase.


* The closing theme for ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' built up to a drumroll pause that allowed [[CausticCritics Statler and Waldorf]] an opportunity for [[TheStinger one last joke]] at the show's expense.

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* The closing theme for ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' built up to a drumroll pause that allowed [[CausticCritics {{Caustic Critic}}s [[JustForFun/StatlerAndWaldorf Statler and Waldorf]] an opportunity for [[TheStinger one last joke]] at the show's expense.

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* The closing theme for ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' built up to a drumroll pause that allowed [[CausticCritics Statler and Waldorf]] an opportunity for [[TheStinger one last joke]] at the show's expense.


* Every episode of ''Series/HarryHillsTVBurp'' broke halfway with a ridiculous fight, and ended with a ridiculous musical number related so something from another show Harry has just been making fun of--often featuring the person being made fun of.

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* Every episode of ''Series/HarryHillsTVBurp'' broke halfway with a ridiculous fight, and ended with a ridiculous musical number related so to something from another show Harry has just been making fun of--often featuring the person being made fun of.

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* Every episode of ''Series/HarryHillsTVBurp'' broke halfway with a ridiculous fight, and ended with a ridiculous musical number related so something from another show Harry has just been making fun of--often featuring the person being made fun of.


--->'''Cast and crew:''' ''(as Tracey is leaving the soundstage)'' Good night Tracey!
--->'''Tracey:''' Go home!

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--->'''Cast and crew:''' ''(as Tracey is leaving the soundstage)'' Good night Tracey!
Trace!
--->'''Tracey:''' Go home!home!


** Homaged at the end of the credits for her HBO series ''Tracey Takes On...'' by having her leaving the soundstage (in street clothes) while smilingly telling the crew to go home.

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** Homaged at the end of the credits for her HBO series ''Tracey Takes On...'' by having her ''.
--->'''Cast and crew:''' ''(as Tracey is
leaving the soundstage (in street clothes) while smilingly telling the crew to go home.soundstage)'' Good night Tracey!
--->'''Tracey:''' Go home!


* ''Series/TheTraceyUllmanShow'' always ended with Tracey emphatically telling the audience to "Go home!"

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* ''Series/TheTraceyUllmanShow'' always ended with Tracey (in her post-costuming dressing gown) emphatically telling the audience to "Go home!"home!"
** Homaged at the end of the credits for her HBO series ''Tracey Takes On...'' by having her leaving the soundstage (in street clothes) while smilingly telling the crew to go home.

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* Each episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheodoreTugboat'' ends with the Harbormaster picking up on the lesson of the story that he tells the viewer before saying, "Thanks for visiting us here in the Big Harbor. We'll see you all again next time."

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