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Supertrope of the VFormationTeamShot, where the Gang of Five poses in a heroic V. Compare the TeamShot, where the gang are posed together. Compare TitleMontage, where the opening titles harvest various clips from the show instead.

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Supertrope of the VFormationTeamShot, where the Gang of Five poses in a heroic V. Compare the TeamShot, TeamShot and EstablishingTeamShot, where the gang are posed together. Compare TitleMontage, where the opening titles harvest various clips from the show instead.


Supertrope of the VFormationTeamShot, where the Gang of Five poses in a heroic V. Compare the TeamShot, where the gang are posed together. Compare TitleMontage, where the opening titles use clips from the show.

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Supertrope of the VFormationTeamShot, where the Gang of Five poses in a heroic V. Compare the TeamShot, where the gang are posed together. Compare TitleMontage, where the opening titles use harvest various clips from the show.
show instead.


Supertrope of the VFormationTeamShot, where the Gang of Five poses in a heroic V. Compare the TeamShot, where the gang are posed together.

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Supertrope of the VFormationTeamShot, where the Gang of Five poses in a heroic V. Compare the TeamShot, where the gang are posed together.
together. Compare TitleMontage, where the opening titles use clips from the show.


* The early seasons of ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'' followed the family around the dinner table. In later seasons the opening had to be changed due to the [[TheOtherDarrin replacement of a main cast member]]. They switched from eating pizza to Chinese food to playing poker with pretzels and candy. They forfeited the OpeningCreditsCastParty in favor of a montage of [[ThroughTheYearsCredits time-progressed photos]] of each cast member as they were credited. Which lampshaded the cast change.

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* The early seasons of ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'' followed the family around the dinner table. In later seasons the opening had to be changed due to the [[TheOtherDarrin replacement of a main cast member]]. They switched from eating pizza to Chinese food to playing poker with pretzels and candy. They forfeited the OpeningCreditsCastParty this in favor of a montage of [[ThroughTheYearsCredits time-progressed photos]] of each cast member as they were credited. Which lampshaded the cast change.


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* The opening of ''Manga/BungoStrayDogs'' shows all three main organizations quickly, nicely lined up for a split second.
* In the fifth and final opening of ''Anime/CodeGeass'', there's a long shot where the main and supporting casts pass the POV on all sides with jubilant expressions, regardless of whether the person next to them is a staunch ally or sworn enemy.



* In the fifth and final opening of ''Anime/CodeGeass'', there's a long shot where the main and supporting casts pass the POV on all sides with jubilant expressions, regardless of whether the person next to them is a staunch ally or sworn enemy.
* The opening of ''Manga/BungoStrayDogs'' shows all three main organizations quickly, nicely lined up for a split second.

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* In the fifth ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' and final opening of ''Anime/CodeGeass'', there's ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'' have a long shot love for ending sequences where multiple members from enemy factions improbably stand together in the main same area. The first ending sequences of each show are pretty melancholy, being a pan over the characters looking sad standing among the wreckage of their HumongousMecha and supporting casts pass the POV on all sides spaceships. ''Destiny'''s third and fourth endings are more jubilant, with jubilant expressions, regardless of whether the person next to them is a staunch ally (even some who died in the previous show) hanging out at the countryside or sworn enemy.
* The opening of ''Manga/BungoStrayDogs'' shows all three main organizations quickly, nicely lined up for a split second.
the beach or just floating together in space.


** In later seasons this becomes Aames, Kay, and Newton ''very unconvincingly'' [[https://youtu.be/mkytMx-kPWE?t=446 washing dishes together]].

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** In later seasons this becomes Aames, Kay, and Newton ''very unconvincingly'' [[https://youtu.be/mkytMx-kPWE?t=446 washing dishes together]]. Note that in ''both'' set-ups one of the three--Aames in the first, Kay in the second--visibly glances off camera to make sure they need to keep going.


* The second round of credits for ''Series/EightIsEnough'' involved, somewhat plausibly, the Bradford brood forming a human pyramid under the show's cascading title, which then collapses. But the real awkward posing comes just a bit later, as the odd number of alphabetical-order "other" cast members ends up putting Willie Aames backed up against a wall pretending to share a laugh with two of his on-screen siblings, Dianne Kay and Connie Newton.

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* The second round of credits for ''Series/EightIsEnough'' involved, somewhat plausibly, the Bradford brood forming a human pyramid under the show's cascading title, which then collapses. But the real awkward posing comes just a bit later, as the odd number of alphabetical-order "other" co-starring cast members ends up putting Willie Aames backed up against a wall [[https://youtu.be/mkytMx-kPWE?t=235 pretending to share a laugh laugh]] with two of his on-screen siblings, Dianne Kay and Connie Newton.Newton.
** In later seasons this becomes Aames, Kay, and Newton ''very unconvincingly'' [[https://youtu.be/mkytMx-kPWE?t=446 washing dishes together]].


* ''Series/TheCosbyShow'': The first season was a photo montage, but subsequent seasons had increasingly complicated dance numbers featuring the cast dancing to various musical takes on the theme song.

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* ''Series/TheCosbyShow'': The first season was a photo montage, but subsequent seasons had increasingly complicated dance numbers featuring the cast dancing to various musical takes on re-arrangements of the theme song.


* ''Series/ItsALiving''[=/=]''Making a Living'' started off its credits with its waitresses all joining up to merrily walk arm in arm toward the big steel skyscraper atop which sat the luxury restaurant they worked in. The show's troubled history and revolving door cast meant this artificial scene was reshot more than once.

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* ''Series/ItsALiving''[=/=]''Making ''It's a Living''[=/=]''Making a Living'' started off its credits with its waitresses all joining up to merrily walk arm in arm toward the big steel skyscraper atop which sat the luxury restaurant they worked in. The show's troubled history and revolving door cast meant this artificial scene was reshot more than once.


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* The opening of ''Mana/BungoStrayDogs'' shows all three main organizations quickly.

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* The opening of ''Mana/BungoStrayDogs'' ''Manga/BungoStrayDogs'' shows all three main organizations quickly.quickly, nicely lined up for a split second.

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* The opening of ''Mana/BungoStrayDogs'' shows all three main organizations quickly.


** And a lamp that's hooked up to the fountain's floodlight!
*** Fans have attempted to shoehorn this into the show's canon by saying that it was a photo shoot that Joey was participating in early in his acting career. For some reason, they needed five other extras in a hurry, so Joey called up his friends.
** The fountain rarely makes an appearance in the show itself.
** Distressingly, David Schwimmer's "Mr. Roboto" dance was removed in later versions.
** Unlike other series' dance parties, this one was not updated as the characters aged or as love interests came and went, but only once as a gag for a "what if" episode.

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* The opening credits for ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'', season 3, ends with all the main characters walking together - with the show's logo projected on the ground in front of them.

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