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* ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'' had Opus watching a TV ad, and firmly determined to resist its irresistible offer. The ad talks back to him as he vocally refuses. He gives in when the ad adds a discount, and orders a huge number.
** Another strip had him napping in front of the TV, and waking up just in time to hear the newscaster announce, "...are the three things which have been [[NoodleIncident found to cause massive, fatal nose warts in penguins]]." When he panics and tries to find out what they were, the newscaster chides him for not paying attention.
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* ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty'' had Opus watching a TV ad, and firmly determined to resist its irresistible offer. The ad talks back to him as he vocally refuses. He gives in when the ad adds a discount, and orders a huge number.
** Another strip had him napping in front of the TV, and waking up just in time to hear the newscaster announce, "...are the three things which have been [[NoodleIncident found to cause massive, fatal nose warts in penguins]]." When he panics and tries to find out what they were, the newscaster chides him for not paying attention.
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': In "Kill the Alligator and Run", Homer begins worrying about his mortality and becomes a nervous wreck. At one point, he watches an episode of ''Series/InsideTheActorsStudio'' with James Lipton interviewing Robert Evans, and he hallucinates that both are threatening to kill him.


''[The penguin explodes.]''\\

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''[The ''[said penguin explodes.]''\\explodes]''\\


* Played straight in ''Literature/Fahrenheit451'', where Montag's wife has a wallscreen TV set up so the announcer appears to address her by name. Actually the system inserts her name in deliberate pauses made by the announcer, while distorting the vision around his mouth so his lip movements match.

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* Played straight in ''Literature/Fahrenheit451'', where Montag's wife has a wallscreen TV set up so the announcer appears to address her by name. Actually the system TV inserts her name in deliberate pauses made by the announcer, while distorting the vision around his mouth so his lip movements match.

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* Played straight in ''Literature/Fahrenheit451'', where Montag's wife has a wallscreen TV set up so the announcer appears to address her by name. Actually the system inserts her name in deliberate pauses made by the announcer, while distorting the vision around his mouth so his lip movements match.


* The [[CreepyChild Test Card Girl]] from ''Series/LifeOnMars'', and several other TV hosts, including the narrator from ''WesternAnimation/CamberwickGreen''.

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* The [[CreepyChild Test Card Girl]] from ''Series/LifeOnMars'', ''Series/LifeOnMars2006'', and several other TV hosts, including the narrator from ''WesternAnimation/CamberwickGreen''.


* On ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', Cole used a TV psychic to communicate with Phoebe.

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* On ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', ''Series/Charmed1998'', Cole used a TV psychic to communicate with Phoebe.



** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E7TheIdiotsLantern "The Idiot's Lantern"]] has an evil... spirit-thing called "The Wire" that steals faces and screams at people.

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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E7TheIdiotsLantern "The Idiot's Lantern"]] has Lantern"]]: The Wire is an evil... spirit-thing called "The Wire" that steals EnergyBeing that, when not stealing people's faces and screams at people.brainwaves, "inhabits" televisions, and is perfectly capable of interacting with people while doing so.



* ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''. In "The Reichenbach Fall", Sherlock is watching a news report on the TV in the back of a cab, when Moriary appears on the monitor to drop a hint about his EvilPlan for destroying Sherlock's reputation. Sherlock gets out of the cab, runs to the driver's window... [[NotMyDriver and sees Moriarty]], who quips "No charge" and drives off.

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* ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''. In "The Reichenbach Fall", Sherlock is watching a news report on the TV in the back of a cab, when Moriary Moriarty appears on the monitor to drop a hint about his EvilPlan for destroying Sherlock's reputation. Sherlock gets out of the cab, runs to the driver's window... [[NotMyDriver and sees Moriarty]], who quips "No charge" and drives off.


%%** ''Series/AshesToAshes'' has done this.

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%%** ''Series/AshesToAshes'' ''Series/AshesToAshes2008'' has done this.


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* Happens in ''Series/EliStone''. Granted, that was a message from {{God}}, and therefore [[JustifiedTrope perfectly reasonable.]]
* In the ''Series/ILoveLucy'' episode "Vitameatavegamin," Ricky returns home to find that Lucy is on TV, in a Phillip Morris commercial. And she can apparently see and hear him. That's when he realizes that she's literally ''in'' the television -- she tore out the guts of the TV and is now standing inside it.

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* Happens in ''Series/EliStone''. Granted, that was a message from {{God}}, and therefore [[JustifiedTrope perfectly reasonable.]]
*
In the ''Series/ILoveLucy'' one episode "Vitameatavegamin," Ricky returns home of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' there were demonic puppets sucking the life force out of children. They'd talk to find that Lucy is children through a TV show and tell them to put their hands on the TV, in a Phillip Morris commercial. And she can apparently see and hear him. That's when he realizes that she's literally ''in'' then the television -- she tore out the guts of children would fall into comas.
* ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'': Saul keeps getting mysterious messages through newspapers and
the TV prodding him to ask Annie out, which turns out to be [[spoiler: part of a long-term plot to pull Annie into the afterlife]].
* ''Series/TheBennyHillShow'' features a sketch in which Benny Hill plays a news anchor who first gets distracted by the beautiful woman watching the news, then does a live report of her getting robbed in her apartment, and finally is injured when the robber fires at the TV.
* The French version of ''Series/CandidCamera'' did it once to a prank victim watching ''[[Series/GoingForGold Questions Pour Un Champion]]'': Right as the guy found the answer to a question about a show where people are pranked on tape.
* On ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', Cole used a TV psychic to communicate with Phoebe.
* ''Series/TheDailyShow'': Jon Stewart is fond of claiming that he can see us too (and usually reminds us to "put some pants on"). In one example, after Jon Stewart learned that Anthony Wiener talked about having sex while watching his show, he wondered if his audience were having sex right then and there. He then asks someone off stage to "hit the button that lets me see them"
and is now standing inside it.shocked at what he sees.



** The episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E7TheIdiotsLantern "The Idiot's Lantern"]] has an evil... spirit-thing called "The Wire" that steals faces and screams at people.
** In the episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E10Blink "Blink"]] The Doctor, in 1969, has a conversation with Sally Sparrow, in 2007, through a television and someone sitting next to Sally, writing the script, which is given to the Doctor later.
** Also used in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E8SilenceInTheLibrary "Silence in the Library"]], when the Doctor is messing around with some tech, trying to figure out how it works, and ends up on the little girl's television screen. They talk briefly before the connection cuts out.
** And in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace"]], the ''fireplace'' talks back!
** The Doctor appears as an extra in a Creator/LaurelAndHardy film playing on Amy and Rory's television set as they discuss how the Doctor appears to be trying to communicate with them through time. [[FailedASpotCheck Neither of them notice the Doctor stepping from his place in a dance number to wave at them]].
** In "The Bells of St John", various people are 'brain-hacked' by the villains to deliver a message to the Doctor, including a newsreader on television who then provides this trope.

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** The episode In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace"]], the ''fireplace'' talks back!
**
[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E7TheIdiotsLantern "The Idiot's Lantern"]] has an evil... spirit-thing called "The Wire" that steals faces and screams at people.
** In the episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E10Blink "Blink"]] "Blink"]]: The Doctor, in 1969, has a conversation with Sally Sparrow, in 2007, through a television and someone sitting next to Sally, writing the script, which is given to the Doctor later.
** Also used in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E8SilenceInTheLibrary "Silence in the Library"]], when the Library"]]: The Doctor is messing around with some tech, trying to figure out how it works, and ends up on the little girl's television screen. They talk briefly before the connection cuts out.
** And in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime "The Girl in End of Time"]]: When he sits down to watch the Fireplace"]], Queen's Christmas message, Wilf instead sees the ''fireplace'' talks back!
mysterious Woman in White on his TV, and she gives him a message about the Doctor.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E1TheImpossibleAstronaut "The Impossible Astronaut"]]: The Doctor appears as an extra in a Creator/LaurelAndHardy film playing on Amy and Rory's television set as they discuss how the Doctor appears to be trying to communicate with them through time. [[FailedASpotCheck Neither of them notice the Doctor stepping from his place in a dance number to wave at them]].
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E6TheBellsOfSaintJohn "The Bells of St John", Saint John"]], various people are 'brain-hacked' "brain-hacked" by the villains to deliver a message to the Doctor, including a newsreader on television who then provides this trope.trope.
* Happens in ''Series/EliStone''. Granted, that was a message from {{God}}, and therefore [[JustifiedTrope perfectly reasonable.]]
* In a MindScrew episode of ''Series/ForeverKnight'', Nick Knight sees his vampire 'father' [=LaCroix=] on the television quoting from "The Walrus and the Carpenter" by Lewis Carroll, his face following Nick as he walks across the room.
* ''Series/TheHauntingHour'' episode "Sick" is about a kid who's having a fever dream ([[OrWasItADream maybe]]) and believes that he's being menaced by a terrifying monster that's taken up residence in his house. As he's barricading himself in his room, the talk-show host on the TV flawlessly switches from discussing a random topic to speaking directly to the kid and warning him not to seal himself in. The talk-show host is the good guy, but the result still ends up being pretty creepy.
* In the ''Series/ILoveLucy'' episode "Vitameatavegamin", Ricky returns home to find that Lucy is on TV, in a Phillip Morris commercial. And she can apparently see and hear him. That's when he realizes that she's literally ''in'' the television -- she tore out the guts of the TV and is now standing inside it.



* The [[CreepyChild Test Card Girl]] from ''Series/LifeOnMars'', and several other TV hosts, including the narrator from ''WesternAnimation/CamberwickGreen''.
%%** ''Series/AshesToAshes'' has done this.
* ''Series/MaxHeadroom'' does this regularly -- unsurprisingly, given that [[{{Dystopia}} televisions contain cameras in that 'verse]].



--->'''Chris:''' I didn't know ants had six legs, Marcus!
--->'''Ant Expert:''' ''[speaking from TV]'' Well I can assure you they do, Mr Ellis.

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--->'''Chris:''' I didn't know ants had six legs, Marcus!
--->'''Ant
Marcus!\\
'''Ant
Expert:''' ''[speaking from TV]'' Well I can assure you they do, Mr Ellis.



--->'''Newsreader:''' ''[on TV]'' It's just gone eight o'clock, and time for the penguin on top of your television set to explode.
--->''[The penguin explodes.]''
--->'''First Pepperpot:''' ''[watching the TV]'' How did he know that was going to happen?
--->'''Newsreader:''' It was an inspired guess.
* The [[CreepyChild Test Card Girl]] from ''Series/LifeOnMars'', and several other TV hosts, including the narrator from ''WesternAnimation/CamberwickGreen''.
* ''Series/AshesToAshes'' has done this.

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--->'''Newsreader:''' ''[on TV]'' It's just gone eight o'clock, and time for the penguin on top of your television set to explode.
--->''[The
explode.\\
''[The
penguin explodes.]''
--->'''First
]''\\
'''First
Pepperpot:''' ''[watching the TV]'' How did he know that was going to happen?
--->'''Newsreader:'''
happen?\\
'''Newsreader:'''
It was an inspired guess.
* The [[CreepyChild Test Card Girl]] from ''Series/LifeOnMars'', and several In ''Series/{{Oz}}'' Augustus Hill never interacts with the other TV hosts, including characters while speaking as TheNarrator, except for one occasion when Simon Adebisi is in the narrator computer room high on drugs, and is dumbfounded to see Augustus on his monitor discussing the events of the episode.
* In the ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse'' Christmas Special, this is how Creator/JoanRivers makes her guest appearance.[[note]]She was on the set of the John Davidson-era ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'', where she was the center square at the time.[[/note]]
* ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''. In "The Reichenbach Fall", Sherlock is watching a news report on the TV in the back of a cab, when Moriary appears on the monitor to drop a hint about his EvilPlan for destroying Sherlock's reputation. Sherlock gets out of the cab, runs to the driver's window... [[NotMyDriver and sees Moriarty]], who quips "No charge" and drives off.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'' pulled this in Thor's introductory episode. The planet Cimmeria is invaded by the Goa'uld due to something SG-1 was forced to do in an earlier episode to save Teal'c, with their only chance at saving the planet being going through a series of trials to retrieve whatever weapons the Asgard left on the planet for such an occasion. Except when they finish the last trial, the hologram of a bearded Viking type Thor appeared as fades away to reveal a Grey who explains that the trials were actually meant to test whether the Cimmerians have reached a high enough level of development for first contact. The Cimmerian who happens to be on site promptly points at SG-1 as the ones who solved the trials, not her...
-->'''Carter:''' It's a hologram, it was probably recorded a thousand years ago. It can't hear you.\\
'''Thor's hologram:''' [[WhamLine On the contrary.]] ''[cue FlatWhat DoubleTake
from ''WesternAnimation/CamberwickGreen''.
Carter]'' My image is a living transmission.
* ''Series/AshesToAshes'' has done this.A prank in ''Surprise Sur Prise'' had a TV show demonstrating video calls through TV. The subject was first primed by having two actors surprised about being contacted by TV, before being contacted through the phone-through-TV. The prank finishes with a commercial that reacts to the subject not paying attention.
* ''Series/TotalRecall2070'': After Olivia Hume witnessess a powerful businessman committing a murder, the company tampers with the Hume's vidscreen broadcast so that Olivia sees people on the television talking to her. As she's already dealing with having her memory tampered with at the time, she thinks it's a hallucination at first.



--->'''Rick:''' Shut up, you fascist Tories! No one tells me what time to go to bed!
--->'''Royal Guardsman:''' [Appearing on TV screen] Go to bed, spotty.
--->'''Rick:''' Blimey!
* In one episode of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' there were demonic puppets sucking the life force out of children. They'd talk to children through a TV show and tell them to put their hands on the TV, and then the children would fall into comas.
* In a MindScrew episode of ''Series/ForeverKnight'', Nick Knight sees his vampire 'father' [=LaCroix=] on the television quoting from "The Walrus And The Carpenter" by Lewis Carroll, his face following Nick as he walks across the room.
* [[Series/TheDailyShow Jon Stewart]] is fond of claiming that he can see us too (and usually reminds us to "put some pants on"). In one example after Jon Stewart learned that Anthony Wiener talked about having sex while watching his show, he wondered if his audience were having sex right then and there. He then asks someone off stage to "hit the button that lets me see them" and is shocked at what he sees.
* ''Series/MaxHeadroom'' does this regularly -- unsurprisingly, given that [[{{Dystopia}} televisions contain cameras in that 'verse]].
* On ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', Cole used a TV psychic to communicate with Phoebe.
* ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'': Saul keeps getting mysterious messages through newspapers and the TV prodding him to ask Annie out, which turns out to be [[spoiler: part of a long-term plot to pull Annie into the afterlife]].
* ''Series/TheBennyHillShow'' features a sketch in which Benny Hill plays a news anchor who first gets distracted by the beautiful woman watching the news, then does a live report of her getting robbed in her appartment, and finally is injured when the robber fires at the TV.
* A prank in ''Surprise Sur Prise'' had a TV show demonstrating video calls through TV. The subject was first primed by having two actors surprised about being contacted by TV, before being contacted through the phone-through-TV. The prank finishes with a commercial that reacts to the subject not paying attention.
* In ''Series/{{Oz}}'' Augustus Hill never interacts with the other characters while speaking as TheNarrator, except for one occasion when Simon Adebisi is in the computer room high on drugs, and is dumbfounded to see Augustus on his monitor discussing the events of the episode.
* The French version of ''Series/CandidCamera'' did it once to a prank victim watching ''[[Series/GoingForGold Questions Pour Un Champion]]'': Right as the guy found the answer to a question about a show where people are pranked on tape.
* ''Series/TheHauntingHour'' episode "Sick" is about a kid who's having a fever dream ([[OrWasItADream maybe]]) and believes that he's being menaced by a terrifying monster that's taken up residence in his house. As he's barricading himself in his room, the talk-show host on the TV flawlessly switches from discussing a random topic to speaking directly to the kid and warning him not to seal himself in. The talk-show host is the good guy, but the result still ends up being pretty creepy.
* In the ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse'' Christmas Special, this is how Creator/JoanRivers makes her guest appearance.[[note]]She was on the set of the John Davidson-era ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'', where she was the center square at the time.[[/note]]
* ''Series/TotalRecall2070'': After Olivia Hume witnessess a powerful businessman committing a murder, the company tampers with the Hume's vidscreen broadcast so that Olivia sees people on the television talking to her. As she's already dealing with having her memory tampered with at the time, she thinks it's a hallucination at first.
* ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''. In "The Reichenbach Fall", Sherlock is watching a news report on the TV in the back of a cab, when Moriary appears on the monitor to drop a hint about his EvilPlan for destroying Sherlock's reputation. Sherlock gets out of the cab, runs to the driver's window... [[NotMyDriver and sees Moriarty]], who quips "No charge" and drives off.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'' pulled this in Thor's introductory episode. The planet Cimmeria is invaded by the Goa'uld due to something SG-1 was forced to do in an earlier episode to save Teal'c, with their only chance at saving the planet being going through a series of trials to retrieve whatever weapons the Asgard left on the planet for such an occasion. Except when they finish the last trial, the hologram of a bearded Viking type Thor appeared as fades away to reveal a Grey who explains that the trials were actually meant to test whether the Cimmerians have reached a high enough level of development for first contact. The Cimmerian who happens to be on site promptly points at SG-1 as the ones who solved the trials, not her...
-->'''Carter:''' It's a hologram, it was probably recorded a thousand years ago. It can't hear you.
-->'''Thor's hologram:''' [[WhamLine On the contrary.]] ''(cue FlatWhat DoubleTake from Carter)'' My image is a living transmission.

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--->'''Rick:''' Shut up, you fascist Tories! No one tells me what time to go to bed!
--->'''Royal
bed!\\
'''Royal
Guardsman:''' [Appearing on TV screen] Go to bed, spotty.
--->'''Rick:''' Blimey!
* In one episode of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' there were demonic puppets sucking the life force out of children. They'd talk to children through a TV show and tell them to put their hands on the TV, and then the children would fall into comas.
* In a MindScrew episode of ''Series/ForeverKnight'', Nick Knight sees his vampire 'father' [=LaCroix=] on the television quoting from "The Walrus And The Carpenter" by Lewis Carroll, his face following Nick as he walks across the room.
* [[Series/TheDailyShow Jon Stewart]] is fond of claiming that he can see us too (and usually reminds us to "put some pants on"). In one example after Jon Stewart learned that Anthony Wiener talked about having sex while watching his show, he wondered if his audience were having sex right then and there. He then asks someone off stage to "hit the button that lets me see them" and is shocked at what he sees.
* ''Series/MaxHeadroom'' does this regularly -- unsurprisingly, given that [[{{Dystopia}} televisions contain cameras in that 'verse]].
* On ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', Cole used a TV psychic to communicate with Phoebe.
* ''Series/{{Being Human|UK}}'': Saul keeps getting mysterious messages through newspapers and the TV prodding him to ask Annie out, which turns out to be [[spoiler: part of a long-term plot to pull Annie into the afterlife]].
* ''Series/TheBennyHillShow'' features a sketch in which Benny Hill plays a news anchor who first gets distracted by the beautiful woman watching the news, then does a live report of her getting robbed in her appartment, and finally is injured when the robber fires at the TV.
* A prank in ''Surprise Sur Prise'' had a TV show demonstrating video calls through TV. The subject was first primed by having two actors surprised about being contacted by TV, before being contacted through the phone-through-TV. The prank finishes with a commercial that reacts to the subject not paying attention.
* In ''Series/{{Oz}}'' Augustus Hill never interacts with the other characters while speaking as TheNarrator, except for one occasion when Simon Adebisi is in the computer room high on drugs, and is dumbfounded to see Augustus on his monitor discussing the events of the episode.
* The French version of ''Series/CandidCamera'' did it once to a prank victim watching ''[[Series/GoingForGold Questions Pour Un Champion]]'': Right as the guy found the answer to a question about a show where people are pranked on tape.
* ''Series/TheHauntingHour'' episode "Sick" is about a kid who's having a fever dream ([[OrWasItADream maybe]]) and believes that he's being menaced by a terrifying monster that's taken up residence in his house. As he's barricading himself in his room, the talk-show host on the TV flawlessly switches from discussing a random topic to speaking directly to the kid and warning him not to seal himself in. The talk-show host is the good guy, but the result still ends up being pretty creepy.
* In the ''Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse'' Christmas Special, this is how Creator/JoanRivers makes her guest appearance.[[note]]She was on the set of the John Davidson-era ''Series/TheHollywoodSquares'', where she was the center square at the time.[[/note]]
* ''Series/TotalRecall2070'': After Olivia Hume witnessess a powerful businessman committing a murder, the company tampers with the Hume's vidscreen broadcast so that Olivia sees people on the television talking to her. As she's already dealing with having her memory tampered with at the time, she thinks it's a hallucination at first.
* ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''. In "The Reichenbach Fall", Sherlock is watching a news report on the TV in the back of a cab, when Moriary appears on the monitor to drop a hint about his EvilPlan for destroying Sherlock's reputation. Sherlock gets out of the cab, runs to the driver's window... [[NotMyDriver and sees Moriarty]], who quips "No charge" and drives off.
* ''Series/StargateSG1'' pulled this in Thor's introductory episode. The planet Cimmeria is invaded by the Goa'uld due to something SG-1 was forced to do in an earlier episode to save Teal'c, with their only chance at saving the planet being going through a series of trials to retrieve whatever weapons the Asgard left on the planet for such an occasion. Except when they finish the last trial, the hologram of a bearded Viking type Thor appeared as fades away to reveal a Grey who explains that the trials were actually meant to test whether the Cimmerians have reached a high enough level of development for first contact. The Cimmerian who happens to be on site promptly points at SG-1 as the ones who solved the trials, not her...
-->'''Carter:''' It's a hologram, it was probably recorded a thousand years ago. It can't hear you.
-->'''Thor's hologram:''' [[WhamLine On the contrary.]] ''(cue FlatWhat DoubleTake from Carter)'' My image is a living transmission.
spotty.\\
'''Rick:''' Blimey!

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* ''VideoGame/TheDarksideDetective'':
** At one point, [=McQueen=] turns on the radio just in time to hear Dick Brickman present a breaking news report about the case he's currently working.
--->'''[=McQueen=]:''' That's genuinely eerie.\\
'''Brickman:''' Thank you.
** In the ChristmasEpisode, a television in the window of the electronics store is showing Dick Brickman presenting a retrospective of the year's news.
--->'''Dooley:''' I wonder if we'll get a mention.\\
'''Brickman:''' You do not.\\
'''Dooley:''' Aw, no fair.


* The [[{{Terrytoons}} Gandy Goose]] cartoon "The Exterminator" has Sourpuss listening to a radio commercial for P.D.Q. Exterminators (operated by Gandy himself):

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* The [[{{Terrytoons}} [[Creator/{{Terrytoons}} Gandy Goose]] cartoon "The Exterminator" has Sourpuss listening to a radio commercial for P.D.Q. Exterminators (operated by Gandy himself):


* In the 1967 Bond spoof ''Film/CasinoRoyale1967'' is a very surrealist example: Le Chiffre is watching two hit men on a security monitor. One of them marches up until he's filling the screen, then ''[[http://www.agonybooth.com/recaps/Casino_Royale_1967.aspx?Page=11 smashes his arm through the monitor]]'' and shoots Le Chiffre in the head.

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* In the 1967 Bond spoof ''Film/CasinoRoyale1967'' ''Film/{{Casino Royale|1967}}'' is a very surrealist example: Le Chiffre is watching two hit men on a security monitor. One of them marches up until he's filling the screen, then ''[[http://www.agonybooth.com/recaps/Casino_Royale_1967.aspx?Page=11 smashes his arm through the monitor]]'' and shoots Le Chiffre in the head.


* The [[CreepyChild Test Card Girl]] from ''LifeOnMars'', and several other TV hosts, including the narrator from ''CamberwickGreen''.

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* The [[CreepyChild Test Card Girl]] from ''LifeOnMars'', ''Series/LifeOnMars'', and several other TV hosts, including the narrator from ''CamberwickGreen''.''WesternAnimation/CamberwickGreen''.

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--->'''Mama Owl:''' I wonder if they found my little boy...\\
'''Police Radio:''' No we haven't, lady.

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