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Parodies

Episode 327-B of Sgt. Frog titled "Keroro, Invasion in a Blink!" (ケロロ あっというまの侵略! であります) features the members of the Keroro Platoon trying to invade Earth in Clock-Up mode.

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List Of Television Show Spoofs In Mad
... the show introducing themselves directly to the reader in some parodies, the writers sometimes attempt to circumvent this convention by presenting the characters without such direct ... Many parodies end with the abrupt deus ex machina appearance of outside characters or pop culture figures who are similar in nature to the movie or TV series being parodied, or who comment satirically ... The parodies frequently make comedic use of the fourth wall, breaking character, and meta-references ...
Britney Houston
... She is known for creating parodies of popular videos and posting them on YouTube within days of the original videos' releases ... She began creating her parodies while in the national touring company of Rent ... Several of her parodies have over a million hits, with her parody of Rihanna's song Umbrella having over two million ...
Star Trek The Original Series - Cultural Influence - Parodies
... ranked Shatner's "Get a life" sketch alongside "The Last Voyage..." as one of the most famous parodies of the show ... The main characters are parodies of Star Trek characters, and many of the plot elements refer to or parody popular 1960s TV-series customs ...
Mitch Silpa
... is perhaps best known on the Internet for his David Blaine street magic parodies ... In these parodies, Silpa masquerades as an intentionally low-quality likeness of the world-renowned magician ... Actors Mikey Day and Michael Naughton also appear in these parodies, as men whom Silpa terrorizes with his "magic" ...

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    The parody is the last refuge of the frustrated writer. Parodies are what you write when you are associate editor of the Harvard Lampoon. The greater the work of literature, the easier the parody. The step up from writing parodies is writing on the wall above the urinal.
    Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)