When Kermit and Fozzie meet Electric Mayhem for the first time, they help the band get up to speed by giving them a copy of the script. But if the script is written ahead of time, is what we're seeing actually happening? It's almost as if Muppets aren't real!
But what if this is a "To Be Continued" episode of Animaniacs?And what if you have to wait another week til they come up with a plan that will work? if you think two-part episodes are annoying as a viewer, think of how they feel to someone actually inside the show.
So in the world of Fuller House, there are fashion designers named Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who also exist in the real world. And they also used to act. Which means in Fuller House, there must exist a TV show that the Olsens used to appear on, Full House. And now your brain has just exploded.
The way the cast of Victorious sits at the table is kind of like how Jesus sat with the Apostles in the painting of The Last Supper. Why is this significant? Mostly because it's the first time Victorious and The Last Supper have been mentioned in the same sentence.
Does the Scooby-Doo gang have multiple copies of the same clothes that they can change into each day? According to Shaggy, the answer is no. They wear the same clothes, without ever washing them. Another mystery solved?
The actor who played Stan Smith walked off the set because he hated the script? And they didn't even edit that out of the show? Things must have been pretty awkward the next time he met with the writers.
In Mel Brooks Star Wars parody Spaceballs, Dark Helmet and his henchmen are aided, in part, by watching the actual movie Spaceballs. Perhaps they are able to do something so logically impossible by using the Force Schwartz. (Click here to watch the full clip.)
And here's another instance of a character in a movie reading the film's actual script. But this move only seems to happen in comedies, which is too bad. Because if Tom Hanks had taken out a script in the middle of Sully, it would have been awesome.