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** Done in "[=SpongeBob's=] Big Birthday Blowout" when Patrick asks [=SpongeBob=] how old he is. [=SpongeBob=] responds with "Well, as of today, I am-" it then cuts to static and the episode ends.

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* ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' ends with Captain America calling for the new team of Avengers to assemble, but is cut off by the end credits as the A from "assemble" is emerging from his mouth.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'': After the events of "Nostalgia Is Not A Substitute For An Actual Story", Robin begins to discuss the flaws he found with the Titans' adventure in the 80s. Cut to credits.


* The ''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation'' of ''50 Cent: Blood in the Sand'' sees Yahtzee regularly insisting that he isn't racist, going so far as to include "subliminal" messages about his lack of racism. He ends the review with an inspiring speech about how we should all put aside our differences and work together to build a better world. "Not that they'd know anything about work, the lazy nig-" *CREDITS*

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* The ''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation'' of ''50 Cent: Blood in the Sand'' sees Yahtzee regularly insisting that he isn't racist, going so far as to include "subliminal" messages about his lack of racism. He ends the review with an inspiring speech about how we should all put aside our differences and work together to build a better world. "Not that they'd know anything about work, the lazy nig-" nig--" *CREDITS*



* In one episode of ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'', Bakura is about to begin some Bakura-style {{Fanservice}} - but to his dismay, the closing credits arrive and stop him.

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* In one episode of ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'', Bakura is about to begin some Bakura-style {{Fanservice}} - -- but to his dismay, the closing credits arrive and stop him.



--> "In five seconds you will be interrupted by the opening credits"
--> "What the hell are you talking ab-"

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--> "In --->"In five seconds you will be interrupted by the opening credits"
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"What the hell are you talking ab-"ab--?"



** In the episode "Here Comes The Neighborhood" Mr. Garrison convinces others in town to got rid of all the rich blacks, with methods such as burning a lowercase "t" on their lawns and scaring them by dressing as ghosts. At the end he states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people. Garrison says "Well, at least we got rid of those damn [[CurseCutShort ni]]-".

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** In the episode "Here Comes The Neighborhood" Mr. Garrison convinces others in town to got rid of all the rich blacks, with methods such as burning a lowercase "t" on their lawns and scaring them by dressing as ghosts. At the end he states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people. Garrison says "Well, at least we got rid of those damn [[CurseCutShort ni]]-".ni]]--".


* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E10PrincessSpike Princess Spike]]" ends with Spike, having been handed a bouquet of dragon sneeze flowers after the successful reassembly of the Citizens of Equestria Statue, about to sneeze [[NiceJobBreakingItHero right in front of said sculpture]].

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* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS5E10PrincessSpike Princess Spike]]" ends with Spike, having been handed a bouquet of dragon sneeze flowers after the successful reassembly of the Citizens of Equestria Statue, about to sneeze [[NiceJobBreakingItHero right in front of said sculpture]].sculpture]], but before he can do so, it goes right to the credits.

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* The ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'' episode "Dress Mess" ends with the doctor about to tell Bob the gender of the soon-to-be-born fifth Duncan child, but it cuts right to the end logos before he finishes the sentence.


** At the end of the fourth-season episode "Homer The Heretic", Homer convinces {{God}} to tell him the meaning of life [[DreamSequence as they stroll through Heaven together.]] God gets as far as "The meaning of life is--" before the credits cut Him off. [[WordOfGod The writers thought]] that when the episode aired, the end would be immediately followed by a Fox promo (rather than just the credits). The idea was that the viewers would be pissed off by having a revelation from God being cut off by a promo.

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** At the end of the fourth-season episode "Homer The Heretic", Homer convinces {{God}} to tell him the meaning of life [[DreamSequence as they stroll through Heaven together.]] God gets as far as "The meaning of life is--" before the credits cut Him off. [[WordOfGod The writers thought]] that when the episode aired, the end would be immediately followed by a Fox promo (rather than just the credits). The idea was that the viewers would be pissed off by having a revelation from God being cut off by a promo. Ironically, on the episode's original broadcast Fox ''didn't'' run a promo over the credits for once.

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* ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'' ends with Aunt May [[spoiler: seeing Peter in his Spider-Man outfit]] and she gets out "What the fu" before the credits start

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': Throughout the MusicalEpisode, Major Monogram's attempts to sing a song about himself are always cut off. During TheStinger, Carl convinces him to give it one more go...only for the [[VanityPlate Vanity Plates]] to cut him off.

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* This is a running gag in the ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' anime's "Baka Rangers" shorts. [[ButtMonkey Baka Pink's]] introduction always gets cut off by the segment ending, and the one time the others let her go first she gets crushed by a giant robot.


No, not [[AfterTheEnd that]] [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The End]]. Or [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3 that one]]. [[Series/KamenRiderDecade Or even that one.]]

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No, not [[AfterTheEnd that]] [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt The End]]. Or [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3 [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater that one]]. [[Series/KamenRiderDecade Or even that one.]]



* ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'': The last episode of the anime has absolutely no lead-in to the ending, which is simply announced by TheNarrator while every character is about to charge into a fight. No-one is pleased.

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* ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo'': The last episode of the anime has absolutely no lead-in to the ending, which is simply announced by TheNarrator the {{narrator}} while every character is about to charge into a fight. No-one is pleased.



* This happens at the very last scene of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddAndEddysBigPictureShow'', when Johnny AKA Captain Melonhead has turned to evil after the other kids beat him up for beating up the Eds, and vows to rain terror on the cul-de-sac as The Gourd, only for Plank to tell him that the movie is over.

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* This happens at the very last scene of ''WesternAnimation/EdEddAndEddysBigPictureShow'', ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddysBigPictureShow'', when Johnny AKA Captain Melonhead has turned to evil after the other kids beat him up for beating up the Eds, and vows to rain terror on the cul-de-sac as The Gourd, only for Plank to tell him that the movie is over.



* Creator/MontyPython's 1972 film ''And Now For Something Completely Different" starts with the How Not To Be Seen Sketch, the opening titles and a sudden "The End" card. Terry Jones comes out to apologize for the brief film length and goes on to a man with a tape recorder up his nose before the film resumes.

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* Creator/MontyPython's Creator/MontyPython
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1972 film ''And Now For Something Completely Different" starts with the How Not To Be Seen Sketch, the opening titles and a sudden "The End" card. Terry Jones comes out to apologize for the brief film length and goes on to a man with a tape recorder up his nose before the film resumes.



* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', when Spikes discovers the chip in his head only prevents him from hurting humans

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* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', when Spikes Spike discovers the chip in his head only prevents him from hurting humanshumans:



* The ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' universe is self-contained (possibly a historical account) within the 41st millennium... and ''only'' the 41st millennium. This is particularly painful to the Tyranids, who are not only one of only two races that lack faster-than-light travel, but they first appear in force around the year 40,950. Yep. While other armies have a few thousand years (Tau), ten thousand years (Marines, Chaos Marines), millions of years (Eldar, Necrons, the Orks' ancestor race), or a literally infinite span of time (Daemons) to play with, Tyranids get fifty years.

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* The ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' universe is self-contained (possibly a historical account) within the 41st millennium... and ''only'' the 41st millennium. This is particularly painful to the Tyranids, who are not only one of only two races that lack faster-than-light travel, but they first appear in force around the year 40,950. Yep. While other armies have a few thousand years (Tau), ten thousand years (Marines, Chaos Marines), millions of years (Eldar, Necrons, the Orks' ancestor race), or a literally infinite span of time (Daemons) to play with, Tyranids get fifty years.



* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0283.html "Rock the Vote"]], has Elan not complained about the verdict being InterruptedByTheEnd, [[SelfFulfillingProphecy it wouldn't have been]] (a fact that is, of course, {{lampshade|Hanging}}d by Roy).

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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'': In [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0283.html "Rock the Vote"]], has had Elan not complained about the verdict being InterruptedByTheEnd, interrupted by the end, [[SelfFulfillingProphecy it wouldn't have been]] (a fact that is, of course, {{lampshade|Hanging}}d by Roy).



* In the very first [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Decemberween]] cartoon, Homestar Runner cuts off [[ButtMonkey Strong Sad]], claiming they're out of time, but a few seconds then pass before the end screen actually appears.

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In the very first [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Decemberween]] Decemberween cartoon, Homestar Runner cuts off [[ButtMonkey Strong Sad]], claiming they're out of time, but a few seconds then pass before the end screen actually appears.



* In the episode "Here Comes The Neighborhood" of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', Mr. Garrison convinces others in town to got rid of all the rich blacks, with methods such as burning a lowercase "t" on their lawns and scaring them by dressing as ghosts. At the end he states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people. Garrison says "Well, at least we got rid of those damn [[CurseCutShort ni]]-".

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'':
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In the episode "Here Comes The Neighborhood" of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', Mr. Garrison convinces others in town to got rid of all the rich blacks, with methods such as burning a lowercase "t" on their lawns and scaring them by dressing as ghosts. At the end he states they can now become rich themselves by selling the homes only for the others to point out that what they did was meaningless since there will still be rich people. Garrison says "Well, at least we got rid of those damn [[CurseCutShort ni]]-".



* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' has this in an episode that doesn't feature Meg until the end. When she does appear, Brian says "Oh, hey, Meg. What did you get up to today?" Meg opens her arms to explain animatedly and a huge smile comes to her face...BAM. Credits.
** Happens again in one of the Thanksgiving specials centered around Kevin Swanson having deserted from his unit in Iraq. After the plot has settled and Joe and Kevin have made peace, a second Kevin shows up claiming that the other Kevin is an impostor. Peter says that he doesnt think they have time for that story, and is followed by the credits.
* An early 50s WesternAnimation/MightyMouse cartoon has Pearl Pureheart in a predicament and Mighty Mouse in flight on his way to save her as the cartoon starts to iris out, as the narrator entreats us to catch the story next week. The iris suddenly stops and the picture frozen. The narrator says "Gosh, we can't wait till next week. Won't you show us what happens now? Please?" The cartoon resumes.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' has this in an ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''
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episode that doesn't feature Meg until the end. When she does appear, Brian says "Oh, hey, Meg. What did you get up to today?" Meg opens her arms to explain animatedly and a huge smile comes to her face...BAM. Credits.
** Happens again in one of the Thanksgiving specials centered around Kevin Swanson having deserted from his unit in Iraq. After the plot has settled and Joe and Kevin have made peace, a second Kevin shows up claiming that the other Kevin is an impostor. Peter says that he doesnt doesn't think they have time for that story, and is followed by the credits.
* An early 50s WesternAnimation/MightyMouse cartoon has Pearl Pureheart in a predicament and Mighty Mouse in flight on his way to save her as the cartoon starts to iris out, IrisOut, as the narrator entreats us to catch the story next week. The iris suddenly stops and the picture frozen. The narrator says "Gosh, we can't wait till next week. Won't you show us what happens now? Please?" [[ToBeContinuedRightNow The cartoon resumes.]]



* The classic scene from the classic DaffyDuck cartoon "Duck Amuck," where Daffy pleads "Let's get this picture started!", only for the animator to iris the scene out and plant a "The End" card on screen.

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* The classic scene from the classic DaffyDuck WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck cartoon "Duck Amuck," "WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck," where Daffy pleads "Let's get this picture started!", only for the animator to iris the scene out and plant a "The End" card on screen.


* The ending of the ''Film/LostBoys'' cuts off right before the cast reacts to grandpa who apparently knew that vampires existed in the town.

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* The ending of the ''Film/LostBoys'' ''Film/TheLostBoys'' cuts off right before the cast reacts to grandpa who apparently knew that vampires existed in the town.


** At the end of the fourth-season episode "Homer The Heretic", Homer convinces {{God}} to tell him the meaning of life [[DreamSequence as they stroll through Heaven together.]] God gets as far as "The meaning of life is--" before the credits cut Him off. [[WordOfGod The writers thought]] that when the episode aired, the end would be immediately followed by a Fox promo (rather than just the credits). The idea was that the viewers would be pissed off by having a revelation from God being cut off by a promo.



** A later episode has Moe complain about the absurdity of the SnapBack. A prop wall fell on him, magically reversing the [[TheBeautifulElite plastic surgery]] he underwent. He asks how this could happen, and points out how nonsensical it is, but is hushed by the credits.
** At the end of the fourth-season episode "Homer The Heretic", Homer convinces {{God}} to tell him the meaning of life [[DreamSequence as they stroll through Heaven together.]] God gets as far as "The meaning of life is--" before the credits cut Him off. [[WordOfGod The writers thought]] that when the episode aired, the end would be immediately followed by a Fox promo (rather than just the credits). The idea was that the viewers would be pissed off by having a revelation from God being cut off by a promo.

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** A later episode "Pygmoelian" has Moe complain about the absurdity of the SnapBack. ResetButton: A prop wall fell on him, magically reversing the [[TheBeautifulElite plastic surgery]] he underwent. He asks how this could happen, and points out how nonsensical it is, he should have looked like a third face, but is hushed by the credits.
** At the end of the fourth-season episode "Homer The Heretic", Homer convinces {{God}} to tell him the meaning of life [[DreamSequence as they stroll through Heaven together.]] God gets as far as "The meaning of life is--" before the credits cut Him off. [[WordOfGod The writers thought]] that when the episode aired, the end would be immediately followed by a Fox promo (rather than just the credits). The idea was that the viewers would be pissed off by having a revelation from God being cut off by a promo.
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* The classic scene from the classic DaffyDuck cartoon "Duck Amuck," where Daffy pleads "Let's get this picture started!", only for the animator to iris the scene out and plant a "The End" card on screen.


* This happens at the very last scene of EdEddAndEddysBigPictureShow, when Johnny AKA Captain Melonhead has turned to evil after the other kids beat him up for beating up the Eds, and vows to rain terror on the cul-de-sac a The Gourd, only for Plank to tell him that the movie is over.

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* This happens at the very last scene of EdEddAndEddysBigPictureShow, ''WesternAnimation/EdEddAndEddysBigPictureShow'', when Johnny AKA Captain Melonhead has turned to evil after the other kids beat him up for beating up the Eds, and vows to rain terror on the cul-de-sac a as The Gourd, only for Plank to tell him that the movie is over.



...[[VideoGame/{{Mother3}} The End is not the end.]]

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...[[VideoGame/{{Mother3}} [[VideoGame/Mother3 The End is not the end.]]

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