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* ''VideoGame/GranTurismo 4'' mocks the player with Music/{{Yello}}'s "Oh Yeah" if they fail a License Test.
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Related to ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere. See also YourTelevisionHatesYou.

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Related to ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere. See also YourTelevisionHatesYou.
YourTelevisionHatesYou. LosingHorns is a subtrope, where it's just a musical sting that is used for mockery.


* In ''Series/That70sShow'', when Eric broke up with Donna, the next morning every song on the radio station was about breaking up. Worse, Ritchie Valens' "Donna" starts to play.

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* In ''Series/That70sShow'', when Eric broke up with Donna, the next morning every song on the radio station was about breaking up.up, e.g. Eric Carmen's "All By Myself". Worse, Ritchie Valens' "Donna" starts to play.

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* Having left her husband Need after finding out that he's a bigamist, ''Series/GeneralHospital'''s Lois is driving back to her parents house, frantically changing radio stations as every one of them is playing a sappy love song. She finally shrieks "Doesn't anyone sing about anything else, ''damnit''!", pulling over and bursting into tears.


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* In ''Film/BedtimeStories'' Skeeter worries that he'll catch fire because his nephew told a story in which Skeeter's character is incinerated. On the radio, Skeeter keeps changing the station and each one is playing a fire-themed song: "Disco Inferno," "[[Music/TheBangles Eternal Flame]]," "[[Music/BruceSpringsteen I'm On Fire]]," and others. [[spoiler:In the end, by "fire", it meant he was going to be fired from his job.]]

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* In ''Film/BedtimeStories'' ''Film/BedtimeStories'', Skeeter worries that he'll catch fire because his nephew told a story in which Skeeter's character is incinerated. On the radio, Skeeter keeps changing the station and each one is playing a fire-themed song: "Disco Inferno," "[[Music/TheBangles Eternal Flame]]," "[[Music/BruceSpringsteen I'm On Fire]]," and others. [[spoiler:In the end, by "fire", it meant he was going to be fired from his job.]]


* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ottifanten}}'' episode "Happy Birthday", Paul turns 40 and is not happy about it. The radio is playing a rock song that goes "Wenn ich erstmal 30 bin, hat das Leben keinen Sinn" ("By the time I'm 30, life is pointless").

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Ottifanten}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Ottifanten}}'' episode "Happy Birthday", Paul turns 40 and is not happy about it. The radio is playing a rock song that goes "Wenn ich erstmal 30 bin, hat das Leben keinen Sinn" ("By the time I'm 30, life is pointless").


* In ''Film/BedtimeStories'' Skeeter worries that he'll catch fire because his nephew told a story in which Skeeter's character is incinerated. On the radio, Skeeter keeps changing the station and each one is playing a fire-themed song: "Disco Inferno," "I'm On Fire," and others. [[spoiler:In the end, by "fire", it meant he was going to be fired from his job.]]

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* In ''Film/BedtimeStories'' Skeeter worries that he'll catch fire because his nephew told a story in which Skeeter's character is incinerated. On the radio, Skeeter keeps changing the station and each one is playing a fire-themed song: "Disco Inferno," "I'm "[[Music/TheBangles Eternal Flame]]," "[[Music/BruceSpringsteen I'm On Fire," Fire]]," and others. [[spoiler:In the end, by "fire", it meant he was going to be fired from his job.]]


** In the episode with the Bible stories and the Apocalypse --what better song to end the episode with than [[Music/{{ACDC}} "Highway to Hell"]]?


* Occurred in the race-inverted remake of ''Guess Who's Coming To Dinner''- the SaltAndPepper father and future son-in-law are driving along in steely silence to avoid talking about the big issue on their minds. The boy turns on the radio for a distraction and goes through a rote of such situationally ironic songs as "Ebony and Ivory" by Paul [=McCartney=] and Stevie Wonder, "Brother Louie" by Hot Chocolate, and "Walk On The Wild Side" by Lou Reed, just as it's singing:

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* Occurred in the In ''Film/GuessWho'' (the race-inverted remake of ''Guess Who's Coming To Dinner''- ''Film/GuessWhosComingToDinner''), the SaltAndPepper father and future son-in-law are driving along in steely silence to avoid talking about the big issue on their minds. The boy turns on the radio for a distraction and goes through a rote of such situationally ironic songs as "Ebony and Ivory" by Paul [=McCartney=] and Stevie Wonder, "Brother Louie" by Hot Chocolate, and "Walk On The Wild Side" by Lou Reed, just as it's singing:

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