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This page lists shout-outs from WebAnimation and {{Machinima}} works.

!!Works with their own subpages:
* ''ShoutOut/BadDays''
* ''ShoutOut/BarbieLifeInTheDreamhouse ''
* ''ShoutOut/BarryTales''
* ''ShoutOut/{{Batmetal}}''
* ''ShoutOut/DiamondInTheRoughTouhou''
* ''ShoutOut/EpicPixelBattle''
* ''ShoutOut/{{Evaporate}}''
* ''ShoutOut/FourSwordsMisadventures''
* ''ShoutOut/FreemansMind''
* ''ShoutOut/TheFrolloShow''
* ''ShoutOut/GuardsNRetards''
* ''ShoutOut/GwainSaga''
* ''ShoutOut/HowItShouldHaveEnded''
* ''ShoutOut/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice''
* ''ShoutOut/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool''
* ''ShoutOut/OverlySarcasticProductions''
* ''ShoutOut/RedVsBlue''
* ''ShoutOut/{{RWBY}}''
** ''ShoutOut/RWBYChibi''
* ''ShoutOut/SilverQuill''
* ''ShoutOut/SonicForHire''
* ''ShoutOut/TheSuperMarioAdventuresCrossoverClash''
* ''ShoutOut/WelcomeTo''
* ''ShoutOut/XRayAndVav''
* ''ShoutOut/ZeroPunctuation''

!!Other Works:

* ''WebAnimation/BeeAndPuppycat'' has a dream sequence in which a set of five puppycats are colored in the same color scheme as the first five Sailor Senshi of ''Franchise/SailorMoon.''
* ''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints'':
** Each chapter [[BookEnds begins and ends]] with an animation often related to the chapter's theme. Several of these are send-ups of films / TV shows [[AuthorAppeal that writer Brooke Burgess likes]]. Among them: ''Series/TwinPeaks'', ''Series/ThePrisoner'', ''Film/TheMatrix'', ''Film/FightClub'', ''Film/DonnieDarko'', and ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''.
** Also, a clip of Christian Slater's "You ever get the feeling..." speech from ''Pump Up the Volume'' is played at the beginning of Chapter 19, Act 2 as the club music starts playing.
** Not to mention the graffiti on the alley wall that reads [[ComicBook/{{Watchmen}} "Who watches"]].
* ''WebAnimation/{{Damaged}}'' has a couple.
** In episode 7, which is a HalloweenEpisode, Emily attends a costume party in a [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Lumpy Space Princess]] costume.
** Also in episode 7, TJ gets bullied by three large red robots who look like the logo for Creator/FrederatorStudios.
** In episode 9, if you look on the wall at the back early on in the episode, you can see a [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Cake The Cat]] wall clock.
** Also in episode 9, then the two mysterious figures pursuing Emily babysit her and TJ in disguise, the tall blue one is seen mixing something in a bowl while wearing a ''WebAnimation/BeeAndPuppycat'' apron.
* The beginning of one ''WebAnimation/DoodleToons'' episode showed Jellybean reading a book called "[[Literature/FiftyShadesOfGrey Fifty Shades of Sunglasses]]".
* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': There are lots of these. One of the biggest examples is Alex bringing Frets from ''Simtunes'' with him in "The Camping Webisode".
* ''WebAnimation/FreedomToons'': In "The Fable of Jordan Peterson", Peterson sounds like and is drawn to resemble [[Franchise/TheMuppets Kermit the Frog]]. This is referencing a meme about the similarities between the two, which [[MemeAcknowledgment Peterson himself acknowledged]] when he appeared with a Kermit puppet.
* ''WebAnimation/GEOWeasel'' makes references to other webtoons, including ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' and ''WebAnimation/SpaceTree'', and for the latter even got the voice actor to perform.
* On ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner,'' characters will do things like exclaim "What in Pete Sampras is going on?" or dress up as, say [[StreetFighter M. Bison]] or [[Series/PeeWeesPlayhouse Jambi the Genie]] [[HalloweenCosplay for Halloween]]. One character, Coach Z, has the initials of Craig Zobel, who, along with Mike Chapman, wrote the original Homestar Runner children's book.
* ''WebAnimation/KlumpAndKrusha'' has more than a few. For example, a few ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' sound clips have been used.
* ''WebAnimation/TheMisadventuresOfR2AndMiku'':
** Two episodes involve recreations of scenes from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' that had become memes - [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS7E2122ShortFilmsAboutSpringfield "Steamed Hams]] but it's R2-D2 and Hatsune Miku", and [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS8E6AMilhouseDivided "Miku Hits R2 with a Chair"]].
** Another instead recreates the equally-famous treehouse scene from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh''. Said episode also involves a time card ripped straight from ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''.
** Throughout the series, various characters' voices are represented by the ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' trombone noise.
** "MVP: Myers Vs Predator" unsurprisingly references ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'' and ''Franchise/{{Predator}}'' heavily (with the title specifically alluding to ''Franchise/AlienVsPredator''). It also ends by playing "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS4E11HomersTripleBypass Bad Cops]]".
** "Clones" has two in the same scene - R2 manages to convince one Miku to leave the truck she's in by tossing a [[WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty plumbus]], leading her to hop out with a sound effect from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1''.
** A [[Franchise/{{Alien}} Xenomorph]] cameos in the first few seconds of "Appendix".
** Miku's room, as seen in "The Chimp", has both a [[Series/DrakeAndJosh Gamesphere]] and a closet with [[Series/TheWalkingDead "DON'T OPEN DEAD INSIDE"]] written on it. Later in the episode, [[WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers Bob Belcher]] cameos inside the bank. What's more, the punchline to the episode is Miku announcing that [[VideoGame/Payday2 she needs a medic bag]] (with that game's audio clips, no less).
** Miku's bathroom has a sign with text reading "RESERVED FOR CREATOR/{{BILLY MAYS}}' AUTOGRAPH".
* ''WebAnimation/NapsterBad'' depicts [[Music/{{Metallica}} James Hetfield]] as a hulking giant who tends to say "[something] BAD!" or "[something] GOOD!", in a reference to the "FIRE BAD!" line from ''[[Film/{{Frankenstein1931}} Frankenstein]]'' (one of the shorts has James actually say "FIRE BAD!".)
* ''WebAnimation/NazoUnleashed'', a ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' fanimation, takes ''lots'' of cues from ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' in its fight scenes, especially with the frequent {{Super Mode}} use and the heavy use of FlashStep, [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleportation]], and the MeteorMove. Chakra-X, the creator, justified this by saying that Sonic's creators admitted to taking several cues from ''Dragon Ball Z''.
* Kidnapper-kun parodies the famous "Meddling Kids" line from ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' in ''WebAnimation/NekoSugarGirls'' when Koneko and Raku do a BigDamnHeroes moment and rescue Hitoshi.

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