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New, Joint Chris Corner Grace X Seduction Of The MindCategories: Snuff Fetish, Rape, Strangle, Bagging, Shooting, AbusedDescription: Grace Xavier is a very powerful Psychiatrist that is in charge of several high profile clients, one being a detective that has been in trouble for using excessive force, drug use, and even shooting a few. She has been seeing him for many years and now she needs him to do some dirty work for her. When he arrives for his appointment she is disturbed and distracted, he asks her if everything is okay and she tries to contain herself but lets out a no, explaining that she was involved in a murder of her college roommate but was innocent, and a jealous, inferior ex classmate, is threatening to expose her while she is at the top of her game. Grace explains it, knowing he will offer to do what needs to be done, to commit murder. She starts to seduce him as he explains he will kill her and make it look just like a home invasion, and they can be together at last. She explains that she has loved him and now they can make love. She slowly undresses, down to her stockings, teasing him with her feet on his crotch, then slowly removes the hosiery sticking her pussy and ass in his face. He is sprung and ready to go, she straddles him then realizes that if he doesnt do the deed now, the bitch might squeal and they would both be upset. He gets up and tells her goodbye, she says that as soon as he returns, they can be together forever. He exits and she sits on the patient couch still nude, and dials the phone. Regina, that was not a good idea to threaten me, I sent a trained killer to take you out, he is a cop, a real psycho. She doesnt realize that he was in the hall checking in on her call, just to be a good detective. She tells the woman that she has control of his mind and he will take the rap for the crime. He is infuriated staring through the crack in the door, and slowly moves towards her, grabbing her discarded stockings, and wrapping them in his hands, gripping firm. He bends down as she is finishing her call and whispers in her ear, I would have done anything for you Grace. He quickly wraps one leg of the stockings around her neck and pulls hard. She reacts and goes wild, throwing her clipboard stretching out fully, bucking and rolling off and back on the sofa. He pulls her up and she is pinned to the couch struggling for her life. He is strong and chokes her out, but she fights long and hard, tongue sticking way out, shuddering and vibrating as she twitches till her death stare is blank and she is no longer moving. After she is dead and still, he lifts her up to stretch her out, lifts her head up by her hair. He pulls her and ragdolls her to the sofa, then picks her up and slumps her ass up over the couch arm so he can screw her dead body. He has waited for years to fuck her and he can now do it. He does her from behind, lifting her head by the hair and pulling her head up while he pumps her. He pulls her to the top of the couch to give her more from behind as he pulls her head up by the hair. Her tongue barely protrudes as she is pumped full, then dropped still slumping over the couch. Vernon goes to her clipboard, taking the notes about himself, and leaving her note with her objective that reads, SEDUCTION OF THE MIND, I guess her plans were foiled. He flips her over so her face is up, eyes wide, tongue out, looking at the egotistical phrase that would kill her.Thanks Nighthawk, Grace X, and Othello for making this happen! CB

Green and Purpleby Kritikal is so widespread by Internet memes, most dont know its a parody. Its popularity is mostly from the titular colors, rather than the subject of smoking marijuana . And in an even stranger version of this, thisTeam Fortress 2 music video has almost double the views than the song on Kritikals official YouTube channel (the former video).Quite a few people are only familiar with the relatively obscure anime Irresponsible Captain Tylor because the Empress Azalyn character is the Author Avatar of YouTube Pooper RootNegativeSixteen.Weiss Reacts was actually an Affectionate Parody of an older, moderately wellknown fic the author happened to like based on a similar premise about the characters of RWBY reacting to fanfiction. Nowadays, the former fic is so famous and wellknown that the latter was actually called a ripoff of Weiss Reacts, even though it came first. The authors of both fic take it in stride, as the latter fic, Dear Fanfictionis actually featured in the former.In a bizarre case of the Trope Namer himself getting this treatment, very few fans of NintendoCapriSun are aware his Catch Phrase IN THE BATHROOM comes from a Weird Al song. (A Complicated Song, to be exact.)One comment in the comment section of the obscure song The Midnight Tangoby Herb Alpert said it better.That moment when a parody involving a dog barking the melodyhas more views than the original.Mike Stoklasa of RedLetterMedia based the character of Mr. Plinkett on a character in one of his earlier films, where Plinkett was played by Rich Evans. The Plinkett reviews have proven so explosively popular that Stoklasas version of the character has far eclipsed Evanss, to the point that Evanss reprising of the role for Half in the Bag was mostly met with They Changed It, Now It Sucks even RLM has come to call Evanss version Fake Plinkett.The Twitter parody account seinfeldToday got very popular in 20142015 sharing imaginary Seinfeld plots based around modern technology, and was widely criticsed for being lame and uninspired (including by Larry David ). One of its critics started a parody account of the parody account, seinfeld2000, which contained dreadful spelling and grammar , surreal and horrifying plotlines, and very wellproduced parody Mashup videos and music. seinfeld2000 has outlived seinfeldToday and made Seinfeld a popular meme .These days, its nearly impossible to find references to the original 4 Non Blonds song Whats Up?. It has been almost entirely supplanted by the HeMan parody remix, HEHEYYEYAAEYAAAEYAEYAA (part of a larger parody by Slackcircus created in 2005).In one of The Reacts Channel regular segments Do Teens Know 90s Music, Gangsters Paradise was played. At least one teen recognized it as The song Weird Al parodied. He couldnt actually name the song beyond that.Western Animation Looney TunesClassic cartoons such as Looney Tunes are chock full of this. Caricatures of celebrities , fragments of dialog from thencontemporary movies, catchphrases from oldtime radio shows, parodies of oncepopular songs all sailed right over your head if you were a kid watching on Saturday morningnoteOr weekday morning or afternoon decades later. The cartoons were intended to be consumed in the time in which they were made, when their audiences would have been fully familiar with all the references they threw in. None of their creators would have expected they would still be popular fifty years later, long after nearly everyone had forgotten the original references.Bugs Bunny steals entire blocks of shtick from Red Skelton, Groucho Marx and oldtime comedian Joe Besser.Daffy Duck s speech patterns and impediment were based on producer Leon Schlesinger who reportedly never noticed.The character of Foghorn Leghorn was closely modeled on a radio character named Senator Claghorn. Catch phrases such as Thats a joke, son and I say, associated exclusively with the loudmouthed roosternoteloudmouthed, that is, were appropriated wholesale from the Senator, who today is all but forgotten. Ironically, actor Kenny Delmar, who voiced Claghorn on Fred Allens show, could do nothing about it because he hadnt copyrighted the character copyright was not automatic at the time in the United States. But Warner Brothers did copyright Foghorn Leghorn, meaning Delmar had to get permission from WB to use his own character! Even more ironically, Jon Stewart has referred to Sen. Richard Shelby (RAlabama) as Senator Foghorn Leghorn.From The Other Wiki :Bugsys nonchalant carrotchewing stance, as explained many years later by Chuck Jones , and again by Friz Freleng and Bob Clampett , comes from the movie It Happened One Night , from a scene where the Clark Gable character is leaning against a fence eating carrots more quickly than he is swallowing (as Bugs would later often do), giving instructions with his mouth full to the Claudette Colbert character, during the hitchhiking sequence. This scene was so famous at the time that most people immediately got the connection.People are also more familiar with Daffy Duck in Duck Dodgers in the 24th Century than with its parody target Buck Rogers in the 25th Century noteAlthough many will remember the later 1979 TV series.Daffy is also responsible for permanently changing the pronunciation of an English word. The word despicable is actually supposed to be pronounced with the accent on the first syllable: DESpicable. Mispronouncing it was part of Daffys Malaproper schtick. However, since the cartoons reached so many kids who were too young to have the real pronunciation in their vocabularies yet, Daffys Youre deSPICKable was the pronunciation they all learned. And it holds true still today: That Steve Carrell movie isnt called DESpicable Me . On the other hand, few people nowadays say FORMidable or LAMentable either, and that can hardly be blamed on Daffy.Conversely, Bugs Bunny is likely responsible for the term Nimrod as an insult. He says it to Elmer Fudd sarcastically, as Nimrod was a great hunter in the Bible. (Apparently, moviegoers in the 1940s had an encyclopedic knowledge of the Old Testament .) It is likely that anyone using the term today will be using it to say that the target of the word is foolish or stupid.In fact, its gotten to the point that most people who now study the Bible will assume that the name Nimrod is a case of unintentional irony.Mel Blanc s impression of Peter Lorre in particular really took on a life of its own. The real Lorres voice wasnt nearly as raspy as Blancs imitation, but that imitation has inspired so many others that people raised on them might not even recognize Lorre in any of his films.The Dover Boys is well known as the cartoon where Chuck Jones found his voice with stylized offthewall slapstick. Hardly anyone remembers the The Rover Boys books it spoofed.Pep Le Pew is based on Charles Boyer s character Pp le Moko (from the film Algiers ), with a little bit of Maurice Chevalier thrown in. Even if youve heard of these sources, they are less familiar than the amorous skunk is.Not quite. He is actually a parody of a (then) well known French actor named Jean Gabin who stared in Pp le Moko which was remade in English as Algiers, making this a potential I Am Not Shazam .Most younger viewers watching that really thin character type, with blue, blue eyes, and a velvet voice singing and making the females faint, might not know thats a parody of a young Franky Sinatra . Yeah, Ol Blue Eyes himself.Even fewer would recognize him as the Singing Sword in Who Framed Roger Rabbit ?.Lampshaded in a Gilmore Girls episode where Lorelai wonders out loud about whether anvils were so ubiquitous that they wouldve been so easily recognized by children watching the cartoons.While Steinbecks Of Mice and Men is not exactly obscure, it probably says something that the trope And Call Him George! is named after a cartoon parody of it. The tropes association with Dumb Muscle cartoon characters is so much a part of comedy now that most students reading Of Mice And Men in modern times are absolutely unable to take it seriously, despite it being quite a tragic story.Background characters often got oneliners or mannerisms that were taken from the Fibber McGee and Molly radio show, including That aint the way I heard it!, Oh, is that you, Myrt? Hows every little thing?, I betcha, and Taint funny, McGee!. One of the shows regular cast members, Arthur Q. Bryan, supplied the voice for Elmer Fudd, making him one of the three male voice actors, along with Mel Blanc and Stan Freberg, to regularly appear in the classic Looney Tunes shorts.The title character from the Fibber spinoff show The Great Gildersleeve was also parodied several times Bugs even did a Lampshade Hanging for one, saying that he sounded like that guy on the radio, The Great Gildersneeze . Many shorts also borrowed the catchphrase of Gildersleeve supporting character Mr. Peavey: Well, now, I wouldnt say that!The Road Runner was originally intended as a parody of all the chase scenes that were frequent in many cartoons from The Golden Age of Animation . Now its almost the only famous example of chase cartoon. To be fair, at least one of the cartoons that they parodied is still very well known.A number of tunes that were popular at the time but completely forgotten about later made appearances in Warner Brothers cartoons. For example, few members of the modern audience would recognize the name of the song Were in the Money from the movie Gold Diggers of 1933. But let them listen to the song, and theyll immediately recognize the melody that played whenever some character in the Warner Brothers cartoons experienced an unexpected windfall.Looney Tunes themselves (and their sibling Warner cartoons, Merrie Melodies) were originally named such as a parodyresponse to Disneys Silly Symphonies . Nowadays, Looney Tunes are considered as famous as the Classic Disney Shorts if not more so, and possibly the defacto Alternate Company Equivalent .Western Animation OtherNot many people realize that the characters Chip and Dale are a pun on the surname Chippendalenotethe furniture maker, not the strip club. Or that their Rescue Rangers incarnations are dressed like 1980s liveaction characters note( Indiana Jones and Magnum, P.I. respectively, though Indiana Jones has become something of a stock adventurer character while Thomas Magnum is now almost entirely forgotten)South Park , Futurama , Family Guy , The Simpsons , American Dad! , Robot Chicken , Dreamworks ... all suffer from this. All these series parody many aspects of pop culture like TV series, film, politics, etc., that are misinterpreted or not recognized by everyone, especially people who are younger than the creators of these shows.This is simultaneously parodied and lampshaded in Animaniacs when the Warners meet Rasputin the Mad Monk . They toss him into a dentists chair and announce that they need to give him some Anastasia. A girl in a tiara and a poofy dress then hits Rasputin on the head with a hammer. Dot turns to the camera and deadpans, Obscure joke. Talk to your parents.noteIronically, Don Bluth would bring the good duchess back into popular consciousness just a few years laterThe vaudeville catcall Hellooooo, nurse! is now forever tied with this show despite it predating the series by decades.The process is still going on consider all of the increasingly dated early 90s references in Tiny Toon Adventures .Classic Disney Shorts :Likewise, Steamboat Willie , wellremembered as the first talking Mickey Mouse cartoon, is a loose parody of a contemporary Buster Keaton feature, Steamboat Bill, Jr. .Cartoons like Mickeys Gala Premier, Mickeys Polo Team, and the Donald Duck cartoon The Autograph Hound were full to the brim with famous celebrities of the time. Nowadays most people will probably only recognize a few of them.The black and white Mickey cartoon The Klondike Kid is a mashup of The Shooting of Dan McGrew and The Gold Rush .Guess who Mickey imitates in the black and white cartoon Mickey Plays Papa?In the cartoon The Hockey Champ Donald is seen at the beginning parodying thenfamous skateractress Sonya Henie.Betty Boop :Helen boopadoop Kane is now recalled as having been like Betty Boop which she was before Betty Boop was created.Bettys design was heavily inspired by Clara Bow , down to having red hair like her (as shown in her only colored short, Poor Cinderella ). Clara is considered one of the first Hollywood superstars but has since faded into obscurity for various reasons.The Modifyers is a little known cartoon that was picked up by Cartoon Network , after Nickelodeon rejected it. It only aired half a pilot episode that ended on a cliffhanger and was dropped. About the only reason anyones even heard of it, is because of the unofficial porn parody by Zone, which has become more popular and widely known than the show itself.All of the examples quoted in Simpsons episode The Day the Violence Died fit this trope:Okay, maybe my dad did steal Itchy, but so what? Animation is built on plagiarism! If it werent for someone plagiarizing The Honeymooners , we wouldnt have The Flintstones . If someone hadnt ripped off Sergeant Bilko , thered be no Top Cat . Huckleberry Hound , Chief Wiggum , Yogi Bear? Hah! Andy Griffith , Edward G. Robinson , Art Carney.The RobinsonWiggum connection was lampshaded again in the 2008 Treehouse of Horror episode. A bunch of celebrities came back from the dead to get back for gratuitous use of their images after death . Robinson came after Wiggum and they had a conversation mirroring each other exactly.It had been similarly lampshaded in 1994s Bart Gets an Elephant, in which Wiggum, skeptical of reports of damage caused by a rogue elephant, exclaimed And Im Edward G. Robinson complete with vocalization.Similarly, in Simpsons Bible Stories, Mosess story has Wiggum playing an Egyptian foreman clearly inspired on Robinsons role as Dathan in The Ten Commandments , down to the line Wheres your Messiah NOW? (He uses the same line to Ned Flanders in Homer Loves Flanders.)Professor Frink is a parody of comedian Jerry Lewis nerdy characters, again something that is lost on younger generations.Though it is ultimately come full circle in the Treehouse of Horror episode Frinkenstein in which Professor Frink brings his father back from the dead. Who plays his father? Take a wild guess! This in turn is rather Meta , as seeing as Frink was created from the style of Jerry Lewis, Jerry in a sense is his father.Bumblebee Man is a parody of El Chapuln Colorado , a Mexican comedian who dressed himself as a grasshopper. His show airs on Channel Ocho, a play on the Mexican sitcom El Chavo del ocho .Major Joe Quimbys voice mimics John F. Kennedy . His wife is also dressed as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis most of the time.Radio presenter Arnie Pye is named after radio presenter Ernie Pie.Barney Gumble was a pun on Barney Rubble from The Flintstones , but nowadays nobody makes that connection anymore.Gil Gunderson, the unlucky salesman, is a takeoff of a similar character, Shelley Levene, from Glengarry Glen Ross .In the DVD commentary track for the fourth season, the writers doing the commentary specifically point out that the scene at the end of Selmas Choice where Selma is shown cradling her new pet iguana to the tune of You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman is a reference to Murphy Brown singing to her newborn son, because they were afraid viewers wouldnt get it.The Simpsons also frequently parodies classic horror concepts in its Halloween episodes. Most younger viewers, especially outside the United States, who never saw The Twilight Zone or The Outer Limits dont realize many plots were borrowed from these TV series. Even more obscure is one segment that parodies a segment from the less known Amazing Stories fantasysciencefiction anthology titled Hell Toupee. Unlike its cousins, Amazing Stories didnt usually go into horror, and the original tale was fairly lighthearted and tongueincheek... making it even less likely itd be recognized more than the parody.Most people associate the phrase Doh! with Homer Simpson. However, it comes from James Finlayson in the Laurel and Hardy film series, which is something Dan Castellaneta himself admitted in at least one interview.The main theme from the 1991 version of Cape Fear was rather famous in its day, as its a wonderfully atmospheric piece that evokes just the right sense of impending terror. Today, its almost universally known as Sideshow Bobs theme music, thanks to an episode which parodied the film and played the theme from the movie whenever Bob was around.That theme is even older, since its based on part of Bernard Herrmanns score for the 1962 version of Cape Fear (played once at the very end).Eventually the creators took notice of this and made it Bobs official leitmotif . In later seasons, a few bars of it always play whenever he shows up.Similarly, in a few years all the references to Frasier that tend to go handinhand with Bob episodes will be meaningless.Another musical relation in The Simpsons shows Homer singing modified lyrics to Frank Sinatras It Was A Very Good Year (when he was remembering the time he bought his first sixpack at a liquor store with an obviously fake ID Its best not to think about how he got away with it ). Anyone thinking of the song nowadays is likely to think of Homers rendition.Itchy and Scratchy are an extreme parody of typical animated catandmouse cartoon series like Tom and Jerry , Pixie Dixie And Mr Jinks , Herman and Katnip ... and the violence typically found in 1940s and 1950s animated cartoons . Back in the day these cartoons were broadcast daily over the entire world and thus everybody immediately understood the reference. Today, ever since Cartoon Network bought most of the rights, you hardly see these classic cartoons anywhere except for Youtube. Thus, the original joke will be totally lost on younger audiences.In a review for the Star Trek: The Original Series episode The Conscience of the King , The A.V. Club noteshow pop culture turns around to bite us on the ass, and ever since the first Treehouse of Horror the reveal of Kodos as a man instead of green alien loses impact.Nowadays, people are likely to associate Paint Your Wagon with the episode All Singing, All Dancing, in which Homer and Bart mistakenly think its a typical Clint Eastwood western , with even more surprised to find out its an actual movie made after Eastwood became famous.A couple decades after the show gave us The Monorail Song, a parody of Trouble from The Music Man , My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic did its own parody called The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000. The result was an amusing dichotomy where the shows target audience thought it was a reference to the Simpsons version, while the shows famous older Periphery Demographic knew the original version.The Grim Adventures of Billy Mandy :There is Dracula, a deadon impersonation of Fred Sanford from Sanford and Son , complete with a penchant for calling people Dummy. Hes also drawn to look like an older version of Blacula , complete with early 70s sideburns and mustache.Its parody of the H.P. Lovecraft mythos, The Crank Call of Cthulhu, must go over the heads of most young viewers as well.The Cuddle Buddies from Kim Possible are on the surface sendups of Beanie Babies. But if you dig further, youll note their unmistakable resemblance to The Wuzzles , a slightly obscure 1980s kids show also produced by Disney. The Wuzzles was also MerchandiseDriven when that show was current, store shelves did have boxes with stuffed Wuzzles onin them. Disney remembers that aspect...Grandpa from Hey Arnold! has a photo stashed away of Hedy Lamarr. Naturally, kids had to go ask their parents.The Log song from The Ren Stimpy Show is a parody of classic Slinky commercials. Theres also comedian Stinky Wizzleteats from Stimpys Invention, a spoof of actormusician Burl Ives . Specifically the lines about teaching your grandmother to suck eggs and I told you Id shoot but you didnt believe me! come from The Big Country .The classic schtick of two characters trying to outpolite each other After you. No I insist after you. has been done innumerable times in Goofy Gophers and Heckle and Jeckle cartoons. Both of these are parodies of a much older comic strip routine involving two guys named Alphonse and Gaston. The only way a nonhistorian would have heard those names would be at a baseball game. (An Alphonse and Gaston is when two guys chase a fly ball and simultaneously pull up so it drops between them.) And then you need an announcer who loves the classics.On Its That Man Again, a wartime BBC radio show, it was After you Claude. After YOU, Cecil.The sideplot of A Goofy Movie revolves around a fictional pop singer called Powerline, a parody of Michael Jackson and Prince . Goofy also remarks that this Powerline fellow cant nearly be as big as Xavier Cugat, The Mambo King. The sequel, An Extremely Goofy Movie has several references to 70s pop culture.Its just easier to say that Robot Chicken is another Weird Al Effect machine a la Alice in Wonderland, particularly when it comes to 80s cartoons and toys:Oh my god! Somebody remembered this movie and made a comedy sketch about it!Most younger fans may not be aware that the chickens bawking in the end is The Gonk from Dawn of the Dead (1978) and instead refer to it as the Theme Tune .Composite Santa Claus is probably more wellknown than the villain hes a parody of. Composite Superman hasnt been seen since before Crisis on Infinite Earths , and the few people who remember him probably wish they didnt.One sketch had Lewis and Clark, portrayed by Lois Lane and Clark Kent, specifically acting out their unique character traits from Lois Clark . Clark addresses the audience that unless they saw the show they would probably not get the joke.Most American Dad! viewers dont seem to be aware that Rogers distinctive voice and mannerisms (done by Seth MacFarlane ) are intended to parody Paul Lynde .Lynde is a frequent victim of this trope, as his voice is imitated quite often in cartoons. The result is that some animation fans think of his voice as a stock cartoon voice used for Ambiguously Gay or just plain Camp Gay male characters and arent aware that all those voices stem from one man. He did some voice work himself, such as the HannaBarbera toons The Perils of Penelope Pitstop and Charlottes Web . HB were so well known for using celebrity imitators in their cartoons, that even people who have heard of Mr. Lynde probably assumed it was an imitation. On the other hand, since Lynde was so commonly imitated, people will often assume that any cartoon from the 1970s or earlier that includes a Lyndelike voice has him doing that voice but sometimes it isnt. (Alan Sues is frequently mistaken for Lynde, for example.)What they really arent aware of is that Lynde admitted he borrowed his manner of speaking and mannerisms from Alice Ghostley, a popular Broadway star of the 50s who later became a Hollywood character actress.Interestingly, both Lynde and Ghostley each had a recurring role on the TV series Bewitched .For that matter, Seth MacFarlane s penchant for referencing 1980s TV and movies, along with 1950s lounge music, has made his shows into a Weird Al Effect machine for people too young to remember those decades (AKA the vast majority of his audience). Family Guy is a much bigger offender than American Dad, though.The opening titles of Family Guy are a parody of the opening titles of All in the Family , something that is completely lost on younger viewers.Family Guys penchant for obscurity runs the gamut especially when it comes to parodies. For example, a number of people might recognize a song they play straight such as Shipoopi from The Music Man but how many people actually know that the Fellas at the Freakin FCC song from the episode PTV is sung to the tune of a song from an obscure Broadway musical called Take Me Along?Seth MacFarlane s love of old movies, demonstrated in the score reference to The Sea Hawk during a car chase seen that turns in to a parody of age of sail ship to ship battles.Go to YouTube and search for any scene or clip from a pop culture phenomenon that Family Guy has parodied or mentioned. Most of the comments will consist of, I thought Family Guy created this!With the possible exception of Star Wars . For now.In Rockadoodle , Pinky is to Colonel Tom Parker what Chantecleer is to Elvis Presley . Young kids who grew up in the 90s probably knew who Elvis was, but the Colonel, not so much. The namecharacter of Chanticleer himself is from one of Chaucers The Canterbury Tales , who took it from the body of folk tales about him and Reynard the fox. But you would have to be a medievalist to make that connection.Tom and Jerry :The Dont you believe it! line in a couple of Tom and Jerry cartoons is clearly a reference to one of the openings to the NBC Radio show The Passing Parade. Dont you believe it! was a radio program back in the mid to late forties. This program was run by Toby Reed. In the beginning of the show they listed off a number of trivia type things, and say if you believe so and so ... Dont you believe it! then it went on to explain what really happened in a kind of documentary style. Today this joke has gotten so obscure that hardly anyone remembers it.Another episode had a small robotic mouse walking back and forth repeating Come out and see me some time. This was a reference to Mae West s oncenotorious line: Come up and see me sometime.Double example: the theme from Recess was a parody of the theme from Hogans Heroes , which in turn was a parody of the march from The Great Escape .Similarly, Fillmore! is Shaft ... In School! (with a heavy helping of 1970s cop movies and TV shows thrown in). Although the show was loved by many fans, supposedly part of the reason is was cancelled is that the suits felt the kiddie target demographic didnt get all the 1970s references (and believed that it mattered whether the kids got all the references or not).Snagglepuss is, so far, an aversion. While his voice is based on Bert Lahrs cowardly lion , the original is still well enough known as to avoid the Weird Al effect.Yet Snagglepus himself is sometimes confused with The Pink Panther in countries where that character is more familiar.Megas XLR exists almost entirely on this trope . Giant robot anime, movies, cartoons, tv shows, literature, pop culture, obscure throwaway characters from other series, actors, conspiracy theories, theoretical physics, urban legends, real life... Everything is a source for what is likely the most awesome cartoon ever made .When theyre parodying a certain musician, South Park will sometimes use a modified version of their existing material, resulting in a lot of viewers giving them full credit for it.If youre a South Park viewer who doesnt listen to popular music, you might not know that the song at the end of Fishsticks is a parody of the Kanye West song Heartless. Given enough time, even those who do probably wont recognize it, leaving poor Kanyes musical career eclipsed by a song about gay fish .The two episodes featuring Michael Jackson Meet the Jeffersons and Dead Celebritiesused three songs as the basis for his musical bits: Heal the World from Dangerous and Childhood and You Are Not Alone from HIStory: Past, Present And Future, Book I . Seeing as all three were lesser known relative to his other hits, it can be easy to miss them.The Disney villain Phantom Blot is a parody of a character in many film serials, the main villain whose face is hidden in a cloak until the final episode reveals him to be a character already familiar to the audience. This was a recognizable stock character when the Blot was introduced in 1939. Now the serials are forgotten, but the character lives on.The Flintstones used quite a few special guest voices of celebrities of the era given Punny Names , such as AnnMargrock for actress AnnMargaret and Jimmy Darrock for Jimmy Darren. Kids who grew up watching the reruns would have had no clue who these people were.Raritys song Art of the Dress from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is done In the Style of... the song Putting It Together by Barbra Streisand. The former is much more popular and many people only know of Putting It Together from Art Of The Dress.I Love to Singa was a parody of the film The Jazz Singer . The short lives on in popularity while the film is mostly remembered for two things: 1. The fact it was the first fulllength talkie (though technically most of the film was a silent film) and 2. The infamous Blackface scene.And despite the short being more popular than the film, even it probably wouldnt be recognized today without Cartman getting an anal probe .Moral Orel is a parody of the stopmotion Christian cartoon Davey and Goliath . Not many people realize it due to the latter being a niche work from the 60s.The theme tune to SpongeBob SquarePants is sung to the tune of the sea shanty Blow The Man Down, and has become more popular than the original song.Barnacle Boy is likely a lot more wellknown at this point than Aqualad , the character hes pretty clearly a parody of.How many viewers of The Perils of Penelope Pitstop realised it was a pastiche of 1910s film serials like The Perils of Pauline ? Okay, now how many realised the Hooded Claw is specifically based on the villain from the followup to Pauline, The Exploits Of Elaine , who was known as the Clutching Hand?Wait, The Perils of Pauline and The Exploits of Elaine were real serials? I thought that Scott Westerfeld just invented them for the Leviathan books!Most of Clone High s characters are obvious clones of historical figures Abraham Lincoln , Gandhi , Joan of Arc , and so on. Even minor characters are based on historical figures (with the exception of Principal Scudworth). There are, however, some that may have slipped past viewers:Mr. Butlertron is a parody of the titular character of Mr. Belvedere , down to calling everyone Wesley. The creators even wanted to name him Mr. Belvetron, but they couldnt get the rights. This parody would go right over the heads of anyone who watched the series today.Its easy to miss that the guest star Ponce is based on a real historical figure, Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon. His full name is only used once, on the end title card memorializing his death, and given the intros blatant emphasis that he is the clone who will die tonight, its pretty easy to assume that they just made up the character to make it his Remember the New Guy status even funnier, as a normal person in a school of clones.The seriess concept as a parody of the Very Special Episode in every episode can be lost on viewers, as the overtness of such episodes has been downplayed in modern sitcoms (if it shows up at all series typically avoid dropping such Anvilicious messages, and if theyre going to include drugalcohol use, death, or sex, theyll do it from the start).Links nowmemetic Well, EXCUUUUSE ME, princess! from the old The Legend of Zelda animated series is fondly remembered by those who grew up with the show, and is usually understood on the Internet to exclusively be a reference to the cartoon. More than a few of these fans may not recognize that the recurring line is a direct ShoutOut to one of Steve Martin s famous bits from his standup comedy days. Same delivery and everything.OtherYou always remember people based on the physical features and characterisations that are different than others. As a result people you know are remembered as caricatures of their physical features or behaviour more than how they actually look and behave. For instance:Prince Charles ears have been exaggerated in cartoons so often that many people often imagine them to be Dumbosized . In the BBC documentary series The Human Face they used him as an example by first simply tracing the lines of a photograph of him into a realistic drawing. As a result he was unrecognizable. Only when they exaggerated his features into caricature you instantly recognized him as Prince Charles.Richard Nixon has appeared in so many cartoons as a heartless crook that this portrayal has become confused with the real man. Yes, he was corrupt, but not to the extent that he betrayed everybody and had villainous thoughts.The vocal patterns and mannerisms of George H.W. Bush are much more remembered through Dana Carvey s exaggerated impression of him than by video recordings of his actual voice and physical presence. Indeed, once Carveys impression gained traction, anyone elses impression of Bush Sr. was most often an imitation of Carveys impression.Many dictators like Adolf Hitler , Muammar Gaddafi , Idi Amin , Saddam Hussein ... have also been caricatured as AxCrazy lunatics. This is also how they live on in peoples perceptions, even though if they were all as nuts as some parodies make them they would have never been able to remain in power for so long.Elvis Presley s greasy quiff has been enlongated to such absurd lenghts in caricatures that people may actually be surprised to learn it was actually not five foot long in reality.Ringo Starr has been caricatured as a dimwitted Manchild in so many parodies that people may be surprised to realize that he actually is a smart normal behaving adult.Similary Michael Jackson lives on in many peoples collective memory as a nave Manchild . That he was actually a clever businessman best selling record of all time , hello! seems almost a shock to most.Napoleon Bonaparte was caricatured by 19th century British cartoonists as a small dwarf with a large hat. This is also how he lives on in our minds. In reality he was of average height. (He was 56.5)Bill Cosby did a retelling of a sketch from an old radio drama called Lights Out about a chicken heart that ate up New York City. Since he was a kid, he thought the chicken heart was coming to eat him , and he promptly smeared JellO all over his floor and set his sofa on fire to discourage the monster. Cosbys routine is now much better known than the original sketch. Babump, babump, babump...The Chicken Joke : Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side. Despite being used as the mascot of joketelling, its really a parody of other jokes. Where most jokes end with some kind of pun, To get to the other side is a straight answer that only works if the listener was expected something absurd. People are now conditioned to accept the answer as funny without even thinking about it.Plenty of modern media references Do Not Adjust Your Set to mean this weirdness is real. The phrase was first used in this sense in The Outer Limits , but it originated years earlier as a warning to viewers that the station was experiencing technical difficulties . Do Not Adjust Your Set meant the problems on our end, not yours, so dont go fiddling with the antenna.The expression technical difficulties is now highly likely to be used as a euphemism for a person (or even a society) going insane, or even for something disastrous or offcolor (as, most hilariously, in Problem Child 2), rather than something as mundane as a problem with a broadcasters equipment.Weird Al, who loved Dr. Demento and got his start on the show, probably laments the fact that the stillrunning Dr. Demento showhas been almost forgotten except by connection to him. (To wit, hes gone internetonly.)Any cartoon, video game, film, etc. made prior to The 90s that wasnt Disneypopular that was parodied in and after The 90s will get this effect in Eastern Europe due to that region locked away from Western popculture for 50 years (where only the very best of the West passed the border).Other communist countries like China and especially North Korea also suffer from this. China has opened up more to the West since Mao Zedong s death, but North Korea remains the most isolated country in the world.The same happened in Nazi occupied Europe during World War Two. A lot of early 1940s American films only reached the European continent after the end of the war. This also explains why so many comedians from the interbellum ( Laurel and Hardy , Marx Brothers , Charlie Chaplin ) remained far more popular and well known in Europe than American comedians who made their debut during the war (like The Three Stooges and Abbott and Costello , for instance).The name Barcalounger (the brand of reclining chair) is a play on a the name of a type of sailing ship, the Barcalonga. No one but naval historians and readers of the AubreyMaturin series (which are not such distinct populations) would know that now.Cracked goes meta with this in 6 Things Our Kids Just Wont Get, which includes the save icon (floppy disk), timerelated TV activities such as Saturday morning cartoons (thanks to cable becoming commonplace and DVRs which allow people to watch things whenever they want), and common older sitcom plots, such as plots when someone gets lost (nowadays people would just call them on a cell phone).Applejackwas originally a potent form of distilled apple brandy. However, for the last few decades it has been more commonly known as a breakfast cerealthat once counterintuitively used the fact that it doesnt taste like apples as a marketing gimmick. And now that the cereal commercials arent airing as frequently, a lot of people now associate Applejack with the My Little Pony character of the same name.The McIntosh apple dates back to 1811 . No, not an Apple Macintosh , a McIntosh apple. Apple named the computer after a type of apple. Averted in the case of most Canadians, since the McIntosh apple was first bred here.Chucky, from Childs Play , is believed to have been based on a real toy called My Buddy, which was only slightly less creepy. Other people believe that he was based on the That Kid doll.noteHe was actually supposed to be based on the Cabbage Patch Kids , but considering the My Buddy line took a noticeable hit in sales ever since Childs Play... it really didnt work out as intended.Anyone growing up in the US in the last 50 years will be more likely to recognize the name of Martin Luther King, Jr., than (s)he will to recognize the name of Martin Luther, whom Dr. King was named after.Any denizen of the Internet knows about demotivational posters. On the other hand, the kind of motivational posters theyre based on arent nearly as wellknown, especially outside the USA.Anyone whos worked in any kind of office environment is likely to recognize them, or at the very least take a closer look to see if its a demotivator or the real thing.The term shooting brake is now making a comeback, on which the definition is generally accepted as a type of station wagon that has a coupelike roofline, with only two doors instead of five. The common belief was that the term was just an archaic name for the more familiar station wagon or estate, but nobody realizes that term originated from roofed carriages that are normally used as hunting vehicles, complete with storage for guns and ammunition. Only after the rise of motorized vehicles did shooting brakes evolved into customized wagons used for hunting towards the present form.Similarly, the term brake. Unlike the apparatus that forces the vehicle to slow down, these brakes are used to refer as carriages that breakin spirited horses (read: tame hyper horses for carriage work). The only usage for this term is on French car companies, only because the French word for station wagon is break.Any old black and white movie from the first half of the 20th century has scratches and missing frames on the pellicule. This has led many younger generations to believe those scratches and missing frames were actually made on purpose! As if these films have always been in bad shape.Oreos, Milks Favorite Cookie, are actually a shameless knockoff of a brand called Hydrox. However, the immense popularity of Oreos forced Hydrox into obscurity, and people nowadays believe that Hydrox is the knockoff (to the extent that the bulk of poor Hydroxs advertising now centers around pointing out they were on the market first).Many street names are named after famous people. Some of them very famous to this day, others haven fallen in such obscurity that you have to consult an encyclopaedia to find out who they were and what they did to earn a street named after them. Although, in some cases (like Adelaide, South Australia), the street naming committee just named the streets after their own members, because they could, basically invoking this .Chef Al Yeganeh, the New York proprietor of Soup Kitchen International (later The Original Soupman), and the real life inspiration for Seinfeld s Soup Nazi was in buisness about ten years prior to the episode that made him famous. Despite his insistence to the contrary, prior to Seinfeld, Al Yeganeh was an obscure New York figure known mostly to certain circles of affluent late 80searly 90s Manhattan yuppies who were willing to pay 30 for a pint of soup. Nearly everyone else knows of him because of the Soup Nazi episode. In one TV interview, he seriously claims that he made Seinfeld famous. In an interesting subversion of the trope, many feel that the Seinfeld version is relatively tame compared to the real man who has been known to use profanities such as calling a female reporter a bitch on camera in one instance.Conservative cultural critic Rod Dreher came up with the term earwabbitto describe when you cant hear a traditional song or piece of classical music without thinking of a pop culture spoof. He chose earwabbit as a reference to the Looney Tunes spoof of Ride of the Valkyries, which is discussed elsewhere on this page.Alternative Title(s): Parody Displacement, The Weird Al Effect, Parodied Up:: Indexes ::

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