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parodies " It's a Good Life " in its 2007 episode I Can't Stan You.
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In a segment that parodies the Popeye cartoons in the style of It's a Wonderful Life, Popeye and Bluto have opened up a bank together in shot that would show what the world would look like without Wimpy.
It parodies Sony's slogan ' Colour. like. no. other ' with ' Refreshment like no other ', finishing the advert with " It's clear when you've been Tango'd "
Hawkins appears on the group's 2008 live album It's a Living ( whose cover parodies the Ramones ' It's Alive ).
In Family Guys feature-length parodies of the Star Wars original trilogy — " Blue Harvest ", " Something, Something, Something, Dark Side " and " It's A Trap " — Brian appears as Chewbacca.
In the second part, which parodies the Twilight Zone episode " It's a Good Life ", Bart is omnipotent, and turns Homer into a jack-in-the-box, resulting in the two spending more time together.
In 2009, Travis Fickett from IGN rated this episode an 8. 3 out of 10, and concluded about it that " It's a bit shocking, perhaps offensive to some, but in the context of murdering mutants and five-assed monkeys created by Brando parodies in Hawaiian moo-moos – it all makes perfect sense.
The show parodies local newscasts, and as Heidecker briefly described it: " It's like his half-hour to go around town and interview the local beer-maker or whatever.
It's also a trademark of Casseta & Planeta to parodize Globo's current main soap, incluinding parodies of the episodes that just have been aired in the hour before.
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Engrish has featured occasionally in the Trey Parker and Matt Stone cartoon South Park, such as the song " Let's Fighting Love ", used in the episode " Good Times With Weapons ", which parodies the poorly translated opening theme sequences sometimes shown in anime, and in Parker and Stone's feature length Team America: World Police where the late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il is depicted singing the song " I'm so Ronery ".
* Good Game Good Game Gamey Game Game in which parodies of Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly pick random cards each enlisting a game until a pair is found.
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The title parodies the BBC radio comedy Life with the Lyons, which had been a favourite of Lennon's.
" Other sources, such as Thomas C. Reeves ' A Question of Character: A Life of John F. Kennedy, state that Kennedy was upset with the parodies, and that Jacqueline Kennedy was furious, even demanding that the President keep Meader off radio and television.
The music video version of " Wild Wild Life " that debuted on MTV is largely a scene taken from the film, in which many of the film's characters ( including John Goodman ) lip-synch to the music in a night club ; the video version is more risque and features more pop music references / parodies than seen in the film ; the Prince and Billy Idol parodies remain in the film version.
Robot Chicken is a sketch comedy that parodies a number of pop culture conventions using stop motion animation of toys, action figures, claymation and various other objects, such as tongue depressors, The Game of Life pegs and popsicle sticks during a joke about a loss of budget.
Several songs are also direct parodies of songs from the film, including " The Perfect Nanny ", " The Life I Lead ", " A Spoonful of Sugar ", " Feed the Birds " and a deleted scene featured Patty and Selma singing their version of " I Love to Laugh ".
We also owe indirectly to heroic tragedy two very amusing parodies of the type: the Ducke of Buckingham's The Rehearsal and Henry Fielding's The Tragedy of Tragedies, or the Life and Death of Tom Thumb the Great
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Porgy and Bess ( 1935 ), influenced by jazz styles, and Candide ( 1956 ), with its sweeping, lyrical passages and farcical parodies of opera, both opened on Broadway but became accepted as part of the opera repertory.
The show had its origins in the University of Oxford student drama community, especially in the musical parodies of Philip Pope, which were regularly featured on Radio Active.
Some humorous parodies of such laws include adages such as Murphy's law and its many variants, and Godwin's Law of Internet conversations.
Moronia parodies Catholic customs ; in its province Variana is found an antique coin parodying Justus Lipsius, a target for Hall's satire ad hominem ( here the personal attack goes beyond the Menippean model ).
Fast Forward was noted for its fast paced satirical comedy which particularly lampooned the media, in particular film and TV, with its precise parodies of well known television shows ( such as Kung Fu, Lost In Space, The Munsters, A Current Affair ), personalities ( such as Clive James, Jana Wendt, Hinch, Geoffrey Robertson ) and commercials ( such as Amex, Nescafe ).
Fast Forward was also well known for its excellent musical parodies, particularly of current music video clips, many of which featured Gina Riley.
The Law of the Twelve Tables made it a crime to sing about or make parodies of the government or its officials in public places ; the penalty was death.
Image: Ichthus. svg | The ichthys fish symbol, which represents Christianity, and its parodies are popular bumper sticker themes.
The show was a fast-paced situation comedy which self-referentially satirized the Canadian TV production industry, often drawing from details of its own production companies and including thinly veiled parodies of contemporary programs.
", as a parody of Who Wants To Be a Millionaire ?, and " Blockblister ," a parody of the video rental shop Blockbuster that is known for its constant use of parodies of well-known movies ) or shorts featuring humorously eccentric or dimwitted characters.
Much of its comedy parodies popular television shows, movies, and music, and covers topical, political, and pop cultural humor.
If Ulysses is the story of a day, Finnegans Wake is a night epic, partaking in the logic of dreams and written in an invented language which parodies English, Irish and Latin and is called Joycespeak, deemed virtually unreadable at the time of its release, it became a cult classic with the emergence of the beat generation, particularly William S. Burroughs, in the 1950s and 1960s.
Art of Fighting < nowiki ></ nowiki >' s events are referenced often in the wider SNK universe ; The King of Fighters ' 97, for instance, parodies the events of the game in its ending.
The show has also attracted media coverage for its fanbase, which has spawned numerous adult-themed parodies, mashups, and images, mostly outside its main target audience, especially seen on YouTube and DeviantArt.
Since the sketch derived its humor from all actors remaining in character, the extent to which these parodies " count " as part of either show's canon is more open to interpretation than most sketch crossovers.
It is a satire of the action genre and its clichés, containing several parodies of action films in the form of films within the film.
Footrot Flats features several remarkable traits: its expansive created-universe, complete with ancillary characters, things and places ; the fact that the characters slowly but perceptibly age and mature throughout the twenty-year run of the comic ; and the gradual encroachment of political themes over the years ( particularly environmentalism and gentle parodies of feminism ).
Many of these ads, while they parody actual TV commercials are simple comedic parodies of the style of the real advertisement rather than its product.
The lyrics were typically apathetic and angst-filled, and often concerned themes such as social alienation and entrapment, although it was also known for its dark humor and parodies of commercial rock.
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Ackbar was prominently featured in a sketch during Robot Chicken: Star Wars, a 2007 episode of the stop motion animated television series Robot Chicken dedicated entirely to Star Wars parodies.
The Army of Darkness # 4 ( August 2007 ) — the Necronomicon parodies the quotation to taunt Ash Williams (" Face it, tiger ... You crapped out!
In late 2007, Piniella appeared in a television commercial for Aquafina bottled water in which he parodies his famous June 2, 2007 meltdown at Wrigley Field.
Nonetheless, Hareide himself showed a video clip of one of the parodies when publicly announcing his stepdown from national politics at the 2007 party congress.