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* ''Series/{{Atypical}}'' uses shots of Sam in therapy sessions as a FramingDevice for its narrative segments. All well and good... except when it becomes an extended plot point that Sam is no longer seeing his therapist, but these segments continue. As they're often only thematically-relevant FauxlosophicNarration, [[WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief we could imagine]] they took place at a different time than the events they're cut together with.


* ''WebOriginal/EscapeTheNight'' is presented as a reality show in which the "contestants" (famous [=YouTubers=] playing themselves as guests of a dinner party at a mansion) can be killed if they don't complete the "elimination tasks" (sadistic games set up by an AncientEvil). One has to wonder where the guests found the time to sit down and have a chat with the camera, especially since many of them don't survive the season.

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* ''WebOriginal/EscapeTheNight'' is presented as a reality show in which the "contestants" (famous [=YouTubers=] playing themselves as guests of a dinner party at a mansion) can be killed if they don't complete the "elimination tasks" (sadistic games set up by an AncientEvil). One has to wonder where the guests found the time to sit down and have a chat with the camera, especially since many of them don't survive the season.


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* ''WebOriginal/EscapeTheNight'' is presented as a reality show in which the "contestants" (famous [=YouTubers=] playing themselves as guests of a dinner party at a mansion) can be killed if they don't complete the "elimination tasks" (sadistic games set up by an AncientEvil). One has to wonder where the guests found the time to sit down and have a chat with the camera, especially since many of them don't survive the season.


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* A couples times in the ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' series, Chris or Chef, the two non-competitors would get in the confessional.

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* A couples times in the ''TotalDrama'' series, Chris or Chef, the two non-competitors would get in the confessional.

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* A couples times in the ''TotalDrama'' ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' series, Chris or Chef, the two non-competitors would get in the confessional.


* In ''SurfsUp'' there is an interview with the sea urchin that injured Cody during his wipeout.

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* In ''SurfsUp'' ''WesternAnimation/SurfsUp'' there is an interview with the sea urchin that injured Cody during his wipeout.



* ''HellsKitchen'': In the [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness first season]], Chef Ramsay and Jean Phillipe would be interviewed in the confessional.

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* ''HellsKitchen'': ''Series/HellsKitchen'': In the [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness first season]], Chef Ramsay and Jean Phillipe would be interviewed in the confessional.



* An episode of ''RestarauntMakeover'' features one member of a couple who doesn't want to participate in the show. She gets in the confessional anyways.

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* An episode of ''RestarauntMakeover'' ''Series/RestarauntMakeover'' features one member of a couple who doesn't want to participate in the show. She gets in the confessional anyways.



* {{Subverted}} in the GrandFinale of ''{{Life}}''. They resurrect the FauxDocumentary from season one (where the unseen producer of a documentary about Charlie talks to his friends, ex-wife, etc.) talking with BigBad Roman. Then Roman shoots the documentarian, grabs the camera, takes us on a tour of his SupervillainLair and shows us that [[IHaveYourWife he has Reese hostage]]. He then sends the video to Charlie.

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* {{Subverted}} in the GrandFinale of ''{{Life}}''.''Series/{{Life}}''. They resurrect the FauxDocumentary from season one (where the unseen producer of a documentary about Charlie talks to his friends, ex-wife, etc.) talking with BigBad Roman. Then Roman shoots the documentarian, grabs the camera, takes us on a tour of his SupervillainLair and shows us that [[IHaveYourWife he has Reese hostage]]. He then sends the video to Charlie.


* ''ParksAndRecreation'' has the characters talk openly about things like Tom's green card marriage and the Mayor's many indiscretions.

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* ''ParksAndRecreation'' ''Series/ParksAndRecreation'' has the characters talk openly about things like Tom's green card marriage and the Mayor's many indiscretions.


* An often-forgotten conceit of [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness early episodes]] of ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' was that the series was really footage from a [[MadScientist mad-scientific]] experiment which was being broadcast illegally. Since the bad guys were the ones doing the broadcasting, that would mean the whole show was this trope.

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* An often-forgotten conceit of [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness early episodes]] of ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' was that the series was really footage from a [[MadScientist mad-scientific]] experiment which was being broadcast illegally. Since the bad guys were the ones doing the broadcasting, that would mean the whole show was this trope.



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* Similar to the above, in ''Series/ModernFamily'', the characters are prone to confess secrets that they ''really'' wouldn't want getting out. WordOfGod is that the implied presence of an ''actual'' documentary crew was just EarlyInstallmentWeirdness; there is no crew and the confessionals are actually their inner thoughts.



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* ''Film/Series7TheContenders'' has the cast giving interviews...in a HuntingTheMostDangerousGame scenario. You have to wonder where they got the chance to squeeze them in, with them being on the run from each other.


* In the American version of ''TheOfficeUS'', characters will talk openly to the cameras about things which are embarrassing, secret, and in some cases even illegal.

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* In the American version of ''TheOfficeUS'', ''Series/TheOfficeUS'', characters will talk openly to the cameras about things which are embarrassing, secret, and in some cases even illegal.


* In the American version of ''TheOffice'', characters will talk openly to the cameras about things which are embarrassing, secret, and in some cases even illegal.

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* In the American version of ''TheOffice'', ''TheOfficeUS'', characters will talk openly to the cameras about things which are embarrassing, secret, and in some cases even illegal.


* ''WebAnimation/BarbieLifeInTheDreamhouse'' sometimes gives Barbie's pets and other animals a turn to talk with the viewers, with a British-accented woman translating what they say. Barbie's robot computer, Closet, also got one of these segments.

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* ''WebAnimation/BarbieLifeInTheDreamhouse'' sometimes gives Barbie's pets and other animals a turn to talk with the viewers, with a British-accented woman translating what they say. Barbie's robot computer, Closet, also got one gets some of these segments.


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