Below is a list of television shows that have been made up in real television shows or other media.


Fictional television programsEdit

30 RockEdit

  • America's Next Top Pirate
  • Are You Stronger Than a Dog?
  • Gold Case - a game show with host John McEnroe
  • MILF Island - a reality show
  • Super Computer - A fictional NBC drama which ran from 1975-1975. It is mentioned almost exclusively by the NBC Pages.
  • The Girlie Show or TGS with Tracy Jordan - a live sketch show on which most of the main characters work
  • Sports Shouting

Adventures of Sonic the HedgehogEdit

  • Edgar Eagle
  • Lifestyles of the Very Good - parody of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous that is taken over by Robotnik in one episode and, over the course of said episode, is retitled Lifestyles of the Sick and Twisted and later Lifestyles of Robotnik Only

The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3Edit

  • The Adventures of Mighty Plumber - Mario and Luigi's favorite show

The Amanda ShowEdit

  • Judge Trudy
  • Moodies Point


  • Americathon - A 30-day long telethon
  • Both Father and Mother - A situation comedy about a cross-dressing single father.
  • The Schlong Show - A briefly mentioned game show (a parody of The Gong Show) where contestants are judged by their reproductive organs.

Animaniacs and Pinky and the BrainEdit

Arrested DevelopmentEdit

  • Acceso Mexico - a Spanish-language entertainment show
  • El Amor Prohibido - a Spanish-language soap opera
  • Hindsight with John Beard - news show on FOX 6
  • Mock Trial with J. Reinhold - a courtroom show starring actor Judge Reinhold
  • Scandalmakers - show reenacting the latest scandals
  • Skating with Celebrities - tagline: "Train Wreck on Ice!"
  • World's Worst Drivers - a Fox reality show
  • Wrench - starring Moses Taylor (Rob Corddry) as Detective Frank Wrench


  • Scotland Yard 911 - an animated cop show starring Bonkers D. Bobcat


  • Meadowcroft - soap opera watched by the cast (and made by students on work placements with Mersey Television). Meadowcroft was an original working title for the real Brookside.
  • The Magic Rabbits - cartoon watched by Ducksy, Gizmo, Barry and Terry.


  • Road to Liberation - a miniseries about Singapore set during World War II that the show's main characters are take part on as extras.

The Cleveland ShowEdit

C.S.A.: The Confederate States of AmericaEdit

  • Better Homes and Plantations
  • Leave it to Beulah - a variant of Beulah
  • Runaway - COPS-like show featuring runaway slaves
  • That's My Boy - racist TV show featuring Willie Coon as Cleophus
  • Uncle Tom and Friends - an award-winning children's series

CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationEdit

  • Astro Quest - sci-fi TV program, parody of Star Trek


  • Sick, Sad World - a television newsmagazine featuring strange stories

The Day TodayEdit

  • The Bureau - soap opera set in a Bureau de Change
  • Attitudes Night - a themed night on programmes on changing attitudes which included:
    • Hanging From Studio B12 - the last televised hanging on British television
    • Frampton Road - the first drama to use swearing
    • Scrutineer - a documentary documenting the rise of fellatio
    • Them Next Door - parody of Love Thy Neighbour
    • Kiddystare - parody of Minipops
  • Question Time: Live from Wembley Stadium - Real programme but with an over the top venue.
  • Cam Fam - documentary of a family with cameras implanted into their heads
  • Rok TV News - a parody of MTV News
  • In The Dentists Chair - documentary where Richard Branson was interviewed on the dentist's chair
  • John Fashanu - documentary about the then Wimbledon FC footballer
  • Sorted - public information film on what to do when your dad dies

The Dick Van Dyke ShowEdit

  • The Alan Brady Show[1]

Doctor WhoEdit

Drake and JoshEdit

  • Susana Lousiana - Parody of Hannah Montana

Earthworm JimEdit



  • When the Whistle Blows - Andy Millman's successful but critically panned sitcom (series 2).

Family GuyEdit

  • Asian Girls like Tiny Things
  • Battlestar Galactica Forum - local access
  • Bobcat or Björk - game show in which contestants must figure out if a three-second sound bite is comedian Bobcat Goldthwait or singer Björk Guðmundsdóttir.
  • Cheeky Bastard - sitcom starring Brian and Stewie airing on PTV.
  • The Communists - sitcom that features a family with Eastern European accents making puns about Communism
  • Cutting in Line in Front of Italian Guys
  • Daggermouth and Boom Boom - Nickelodeon cartoon (Nicktoon)
  • Damn Nature, You Scary! - BET nature show with running commentary by an excited but scared man.
  • Diane! - local daytime talk show
  • douchebags - Jackass parody airing on PTV.
  • Fast Animals, Slow Children - Fox
  • Gumbel 2 Gumbel: Beach Justice - cop drama starring Bryant Gumbel and Greg Gumbel.
  • Hitler - Talk show starring Adolf Hitler
  • Homicide: Life on Sesame Street - Peter's hallucination of "Bert" from Sesame Street as a homicide detective
  • How I Met Your Father - parody of How I Met Your Mother
  • Jolly Farm Revue - BBC kids' show. Stewie travels to Europe to meet the show's supposedly jovial host, who is anything but in person.
  • KISS Forum - local access talk show, host is the same as the Battlestar show (This show actually did exist on RI Public access.)
  • KISS Saves Santa
  • Midnight Q - TV show hosted by Glen Quagmire airing on PTV.
  • My Black Son - sitcom Peter made in his mind with Emanuel Lewis playing his son.
  • Quahog Creek - show starring Peter Griffin and Carter Pewterschmidt. (parody of Dawson's Creek)
  • That Black Guy Must Be Doing Well Because Everyting He Owns Is White
  • The Real Live Griffins - reality show
  • Robert - Everybody Loves Raymond spin-off.
  • Rodney King of Queens
  • The Scooby-Doo Murder Files - parody of Scooby-Doo cartoons
  • Sherry and the Anus - inane sitcom
  • The Side Boob Hour - a PTV show hosted by Peter Griffin
  • Two and a HALF men - two men and the upper section of a man to form two and a half men, parody of Two and a Half Men
  • Who Wants to Marry Corky from Life Goes On?"
  • World's Sluttiest Dogs - FOX TV

Fantasy IslandEdit

  • Jungle Man - action/adventure program which featured the exploits of a Tarzan-like character.

Fat Albert and the Cosby KidsEdit

  • The Brown Hornet - A superhero program often mirroring the plot of the "Fat Albert" episode.

Father TedEdit

  • Father Ben - A sitcom watched by Ted and Dougal, which is exactly like Father Ted.


The FlintstonesEdit

  • Beat the Sundial - game show, a prehistoric version of Beat the Clock
  • The Ed Sulleystone Show - variety show, a parody of The Ed Sullivan Show
  • The Happy Housewife - a short-lived cooking show that starred Wilma Flintstone
  • Hum Along With Herman - parody of Sing Along With Mitch
  • The Prize is Priced - game show, a parody of The Price is Right
  • Peek-A-Boo Camera - parody of Candid Camera
  • Shinrock - a teen dance show, a parody of Shindig!
  • Superstone - a superhero show
  • The Yogi Cave Bear Show - a parody of The Yogi Bear Show; in the episode Glue for Two, Fred Flintstone's irate reply to one character's attempt at wit is "If I want laughs, I'll call Yogi Bear!" Ironicially, Yogi and Boo-Boo made a cameo in one episode where they succeeded in stealing the Flintstones' picnic basket at a modern stone age version of Jellystone Park.

For Your ConsiderationEdit

  • Hollywood Now - television entertainment news show



  • Mac and C.H.E.E.S.E - extremely short-lived crime drama/sci-fi program. Joey Tribbiani was the star.
  • Days Of Our Lives - a parody of the real-life drama of the same name starring Joey Tribbiani until he 'died'.

The Frost ReportEdit

  • Frost Over England

Full HouseEdit

  • Wake Up, San Francisco
  • Ranger Joe (originally Ranger Roy)


Goodness Gracious MeEdit

  • The Book Programme

Hannah MontanaEdit


  • Ask Me If I Care - talk show hosted by Toast
  • Barry Ding Live - parody of Larry King Live
  • The Confucious Group
  • Convert or Die!
  • Duets - parody of The Dating Game
  • It's All Greek to Me - parody of Jeopardy!
  • Matching Wits - parody of The Dating Game
  • Miss Information and Company
  • My Buddy Stalin
  • Pepper's Pep Rally - talk show hosted by Pepper Mills
  • Pop Quiz
  • Strange Coincidences
  • The Thomas Jefferson Program
  • What's My Job?

Home ImprovementEdit

Hope & FaithEdit

  • Days of Our Love - a parody of Days of Our Lives, in which The Sacred and the Sinful was said to have done a crossover with
  • Good Morning Glen Falls - a morning news program in which Faith Fairfield (played by Kelly Ripa) substituted for an extremely inebriated weatherman who literally fell down drunk; she was for a short time employed as the show's weathergirl and dated the show's anchor (played by Dean Cain)
  • The Sacred and the Sinful - a soap opera in which Faith Fairfield won two Daytime Emmys for, was fired from and whose sets she accidentally burned down after burning her contract in a sign of disgust over being fired from the show; title is a parody of The Young and the Restless or The Bold and the Beautiful

Horrid HenryEdit

  • Mutant Max
  • Rapper Zapper
  • Rapper Zapper Marathon
  • Duppy Duckling
  • The Singing Cars
  • Fluffy Fairies
  • Terminator Gladiator
  • Gross-Out
  • Class 0
  • Gross Class 0
  • Happy Hippos
  • Gross Class 0 Meets Terminator Gladiator
  • Kid Swap (parody of Wife Swap)
  • World Chess Championships
  • World Lying Down Championships
  • Tiddly Winks Championships
  • The Star Factor
  • The Other Way Round
  • The Happy Nappy
  • The Duppy Duckling's Dancing Nappies
  • The Carbroom Mansion
  • Antiques Rogue Show

How I Met Your MotherEdit


  • Super Tiger


  • America Sings - a singing competition that is an obvious parody of American Idol, in which real-life former Idol runner-up David Archuleta was seen as a contestant and won the competition as a result of Carly and Sam urging viewers of their web show to vote for him in the competition
  • Girly Cow - presumed to be an animated series
  • iCarly - a television version of the real-life series' titular web show, which initially borrowed the format of Carly and Sam's web show (however with a house band, a la what is commonly used on a late night talk show) seen in the season one episode "iCarly Saves TV", but head of the network the series is sold to makes numerous changes such as the addition of a Barney the Dinasour-type character named Tebo and the firing of Carly's co-host Sam (who is replaced by a prima donna child actress); Freddie and Carly both quit the show afterwards due to their dislike of the changes, and the show is retooled into a sitcom featuring Tebo and the actress, with Carly, Sam and Freddie becoming legally able to do their show on the internet in its original form
  • Totally Terri - a sitcom that parodies iCarly airing on The Dingo Channel (likely a parody of Disney Channel, the rival of iCarly's parent network Nickelodeon), which caused Carly and Sam to go to the offices of Dingo Channel to get the writers of Totally Terri to stop stealing the material used on their web show; eventually using backmail (threatening to disclose that the channel kept the frozen head of the company's founder in the building)

The JeffersonsEdit


  • Deep Powder - TV drama that starred Joey Tribbiani. The show was described as Baywatch on skis. His character was killed off after he became too demanding on the set.

Kappa MikeyEdit

  • LilyMu

Kim PossibleEdit

  • Agony County - a soap opera that Kim and Ron were watching in Bad Boy
  • Evil Eye for the Bad Guy - a fashion advice show for villains featured as one of the many shows that the main characters take part in when they are sucked into the world of cable TV in the episode Dimension Twist
  • The Fearless Ferret - parody of the 1960s Batman series that was cancelled after two seasons as two of its actors spent most of their lives afterwards believing they were truly their characters
  • Pals - another TV show featured in Dimension Twist
  • Monkey Island - featured in Dimension Twist

Late Night with Conan O'BrienEdit

  • 60 - parody of 24, in which each episode is one second of a minute-long story
  • Blackberry Street Challenge
  • Heaven, Hell, or Purgatory - Vatican game show where three priests try to correctly state whether a celebrity will go to Heaven, Hell, or Purgatory.
  • Man-Babies in Shopping Carts
  • Out-Drink the Robot
  • Pop Up Surprise - A gameshow where the contestants are babies
  • Stackenblocken - German game show where contestants have to arrange items on a dresser in right angles
  • Stereotypes on Dirt Bikes

The Botchelor Edit

  • Yay/Boo the Bear
  • Misplaced - Parody of Lost

Law and Order - SVU - Season 6 episode 3 Edit

* Girl Undercover - The detectives investigate the alleged rape of a sixteen-year-old television star of a show called Girl Undercover.


  • Exposé - An American crime show shot in Australia. Ssimilar to VIP and Charlie's Angels. The show follows the adventures of two crime fighting strippers named Crystal and Autumn. Nikki Fernandez, who was on Oceanic 815 guest starred as fellow crime fighting stripper Corvette. In Nikki's final episode it is revealed that the girls mentor Mr LaShade, played by Billy Dee Williams, is also the shows main villain The Cobra. Expose is also shown in South Korea.

Married... with ChildrenEdit

  • Psycho Dad, a western-type series that Al Bundy is a fan of and was referenced to in several episodes, which prompts him and his "NO MA'AM" group to go to Washington to plead the FCC's case against the show's violent content after finding out that it was cancelled.
  • The New Adventures of Psycho Dad
  • Psycho Mom, a spinoff of Psycho Dad
  • You Can't Miss, a Dating Game-style show on which Bud appears. On the fictional game, the choosing bachelorette can go on a second date with the winning bachelor (in this case, Bud), or the show's residential hunk.
  • The Masculine Feminist, a talk show hosted by Jerry Springer, which Al Bundy and his group "NO MA'AM" take over during the show and bound and gag Springer to a chair.
  • Peas in a Pod - satire of "Married... with Children" itself; Kelly auditions for a sitcom role, and the producers base the series on her reminiscences of her family life. "Peas In a Pod" is canceled after 'some woman in Michigan' initiates a boycott against its sponsors, parodying a real life (but unsuccessful) boycott against "Married... with Children."
  • Touchdown Trivia, a sports trivia game

Marvel ComicsEdit

  • It's Just So Sprite - sitcom on Tweenie Channel, starring "Colin" (really Sprite from the Eternals as seen in Eternals vol. 3 (2006)

The Mary Tyler Moore ShowEdit

  • WJM-TV Evening News – Minneapolis news show on which many of the main characters worked[2]

Mock the WeekEdit

The MonkeesEdit

  • The Captain Crocodile Show - Children's program spoofing Captain Kangaroo. (From the episode "Captain Crocodile"; oddly, this parallels Charles Nelson Reilly's later show Uncle Croc's Block.)
  • The Dr. Sisters Show - Psychiatric advice program (Hosted by Dr. Lorraine Sisters). From the episode "The Monkees Get Out More Dirt."
  • Frogman - The Monkees perform a fantasy sequence spoofing the 1960s series Batman in the episode "Captain Crocodile".
  • Monkees Shopping Land - Actually, a fictional TV network, spoofing The Home Shopping Network in their 1997 ABC-TV special Hey, Hey, It's the Monkees.
  • Ted Hack's Original Amateur Hour - Parody of Ted Mack's Original Amateur Hour from the episode "Too Many Girls".
  • To Tell a Fib - The Monkees spoof the game show To Tell the Truth in the episode "Captain Crocodile".
  • What's My Scene? - The Monkees parody this spoof of game show What's My Line also in "Captain Crocodile".

Monty Python's Flying CircusEdit

  • Blackmail!, from episode 18, "Live from the Grill-O-Mat"
  • Boxing Tonight, from episode 37, "Dennis Moore"
  • Dad's Doctor, from episode 38, "A Book at Bedtime"
  • Dad's Pooves, from episode 38, "A Book at Bedtime"
  • Farming Club, from episode 28, "Mr. and Mrs. Brian Norris' Ford Popular"
  • Historical Impersonations, from 13, "It's the Arts"
  • Is There?, from episode 36, "E. Henry Thripshaw's Disease"
  • It's a Living, from episode 19, "It's a Living"
  • It's the Arts, from episode 1, "Whither Canada?"
  • It's the Mind, from episode 16, "Déjà Vu"
  • It's Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, from episode 1, "Whither Canada?"
  • Limestone Dear Limestone, from episode 38, "A Book at Bedtime"
  • The Money Programme, from episode 29 "The Money Programme"
  • Nationwide, from episode 43, "Hamlet"
  • On the Dad's Liver Bachelors at Large, from episode 38, "A Book at Bedtime"
  • Prejudice, from episode 37, "Dennis Moore"
  • Probe Around, from episode 13, "It's the Arts"
  • The Ratings Game, from episode 38, "A Book at Bedtime"
  • Storage Jars, from episode 33, "Sam Peckinpah's 'Salad Days'"
  • Up the Palace, from episode 38, "A Book at Bedtime"

The Muppet Show and Muppets TonightEdit

Murphy BrownEdit

  • FYI - a news show Murphy works for[1]

My Name Is EarlEdit


  • The Howard Beale Show - a program where the near-mad former newscaster gives his rants to the public
  • The Mao Tse Tung Hour - a reality television program about revolutionary terrorists
  • UBS Evening News - Nightly newscast of the Union Broadcasting System


  • Book Talk
  • Pearl's Kitchen
  • Pirate Pete's Cartoon Lagoon
  • Vermont Today


  • Hearts and Scalpels

The O.C.Edit

  • Briefcase or No Briefcase - a parody of Deal or No Deal
  • Sexy Doctor Drama
  • High Powered Lawyers
  • Police Scientists: Las Vegas.
  • The Valley - A teenage high school drama set inside the teenage high school drama

This Fucking ShowEdit

  • Roblox
  • Builderman
  • Shedletsky

Pulp FictionEdit

  • Fox Force Five - a failed TV pilot

Quantum LeapEdit

  • Time Patrol - a 1950s children's show

Red DwarfEdit

  • Androids - a soap, watched by Kryten, starring Androids and other robots.

Remington SteeleEdit

  • Atomic Man - a 1960s superhero-themed TV show

The Ren and Stimpy ShowEdit

  • The Muddy Mudskipper Show

Robot ChickenEdit

Saturday Night LiveEdit

The Shari ShowEdit

  • Captain Person (Parody of Captain Kangaroo, a children's show with a kangaroo host)

The SimpsonsEdit

See also Media in The Simpsons


  • Jerry, the infamous self-parody of the show itself. A major plot point in Season 4 of Seinfeld.[3] Features all the characters of Seinfeld but played by different actors. It lasted for 1 episode.
  • Super Terrific Happy Hour, a Japanese television show that featured Jerry in the opening credits.


  • The People's Court - is the highest court in the land in a Soviet-ruled America instead of a small claims court
  • Hanging with Mrs. Cooper
  • The Fresh Princess of Bel Air
  • Dragnet: The Next Generation
  • Skipper's Island (version of Gilligan's Island, possibly in current production, on an alternate Earth in one episode - the Skipper was as "goofy" as Gilligan in the normal Earth)
  • Mighty Morphin Texas Rangers (parody of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers)
  • Judgement Game - is a game show where people are put on trial for crimes, including murder. The studio audience votes on guilt or innocence, and if found guilty, the defendant must choose one of three doors to win a "prize" (sentence). (Reference: Dead Man Sliding)
  • Lipschitz Live! - is a Jerry Springer style talk show. A large number of people on this alternate Earth are constantly watching this show. (Reference: episode titled Lipschitz Live!)
  • Mindgame - is a televised sports game similar to the game go, where the player must answer questions while holding a ball and prevent from being tagged. (Reference: episode Eggheads (Sliders))

South ParkEdit

  • Animals Close-Up with a Wide-Angle Lens - television show created by Craig.
  • Animals Close-Up with a Wide-Angle Lens Wearing Hats - television show created by Craig.
  • Chinpokomon - a parody of Pokémon
  • Cop Drama - a parody of all cop dramas.
  • Fat Abbott - a parody of Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids.
  • Huntin' and Killin' - public-access show hosted by Jimbo and Ned
  • Jesus and Pals - a public-access talk show hosted by Jesus
  • The It-Cheek the Koala and Seek The Kangaroo Show - Black Comedy & Gore children's cartoon, A parody of Tom & Jerry (Not for Little Kids, Babies & Big Babies).
  • Love Boat With Men - gay-themed show on HBC, "South Park Is Gay!" episode
  • The Queef Sisters, from season 13, episode 4, "Eat, Pray, Queef"
  • Red Racer - kids' show
  • Russell Crowe Fightin' Round the World
  • The Terrence and Phillip Show - vulgar children's cartoon and live-action show[3]

Spitting ImageEdit

  • Anderton and God - cop show starring James Anderton and God as two crimefighting policemen
  • Rubinovski and Franks - American cop show about the fictional New York Petty Crime Division
  • You Must Be the Cheque - sitcom about a television screenwriter

SpongeBob SquarePantsEdit

Stargate SG-1Edit

  • Wormhole X-Treme! - sci-fi TV program based on leaked information from the Stargate program
  • Teal'c P.I. - a spoof detective show created by and featuring Teal'c

Sonny With a ChanceEdit

  • So Random! - a sketch comedy show that stars Sonny Munroe, Tawni Hart, Nico Harris, Grady Mitchell and Zora Lancaster (five of the six main characters), and has a rivalry with Mackenzie Falls (likely a parody of the Nickelodeon series All That, which the series' executive producers Brian Robbins and Sharla Sumpter Bridgett worked on).
  • Mackenzie Falls - a teen drama that stars Chad Dylan Cooper (the sixth main character), and critisizes So Random!, saying they're not real actors (a parody of popular teen dramas, though its title is suggested by Dawson's Creek).
  • Teen Gladiators
  • Meal or No Meal - a parody of Deal or No Deal
  • Hoosier Girl
  • Millimonia
  • Tween Weekly TV - the entertainment show that Sonny and Chad were both interviewed by.
  • Gotcha with Gilroy Smith - an "evil talkshow (as Sonny called it)" hosted by Gilroy Smith that had Sonny, Tawni and Chad guest starring on it.

Super Mario WorldEdit

  • All-Star Prehistoric Tag-Team Wrestling
  • Mr. Koopa's Neighborhood - A children's show advertised by Bowser
  • Koopa Sez' - An exercise program used by Bowser to brainwash people into capturing the Mario Bros.

That Mitchell and Webb LookEdit

Tiny Toon AdventuresEdit


Twin PeaksEdit

  • Invitation to Love – a soap opera

Two and a Half MenEdit

  • Stiffs – CSI-type show
  • Oshikuru: Demon Samurai – theme song was written by Charlie. The anime also features in The Big Bang Theory (Episode 3.03)

The Two RonniesEdit


  • ********** Today
  • Beat the Loan Shark
  • Bowling for Burgers
  • Celebrity Mud Wrestling featuring Mikhail Gorbachev
  • Dog Racing from Rio de Janeiro
  • Druids on Parade
  • Eye On Toxic Waste
  • Fun With Dirt
  • Leave it to Bigfoot
  • My Three Mutants
  • Name That Stain
  • Practical Jokes and Bloopers
  • Raoul's Wild Kingdom - sadistic animal show
  • Secrets of the Universe - educational television hosted by the titular station's tech guy.
  • Stanley Spadowski's Clubhouse - bizarre kid's show hosted by man-child janitor Stanley Spadowski
  • Stay Fit! with Spike and Mike
  • Strip Solitaire - game show
  • That's Disgusting!
  • The Flying Pope
  • The Lice is Right
  • The Young and the Dyslexic
  • Those Darn Homos (Deleted Scene)
  • Town Talk - parody of daytime talk a la Geraldo Rivera and Jerry Springer
  • Uncle Nutzi's Clubhouse - failing kids' show
  • Underwater Bingo for Teens
  • Volcano Worshipper's Hour
  • Wheel Of Fish - parody of Wheel of Fortune and Let's Make a Deal
  • Wide World of Tractor Pulls
  • Wonderful World of Phlegm
  • You Bet Your Pink Slip

Ugly BettyEdit

First season Telenovelas:

Second Season Telenovelas:


V for VendettaEdit

  • A Change of Pace - police drama
  • Interface - news program
  • Storm Saxon - an openly racist action hero show
  • You Have to Laugh - situation comedy

Waiting for the Electrician or Someone Like HimEdit

  • Beat the Reaper - A game show where contestants are injected with viruses and must identify the disease within 30 seconds.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Moore, Frazier (July 7, 1992). "Show-within-a-show: A product of the Make-Believe Network", Associated Press. Reprinted in Spartanburg Herald-Journal, p. C4. Convenience link.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Semel, Paul (2006). "Shows Within Shows", Retrieved 2010-03-06.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 (February 1, 1999). "TV eating itself: small screen navel-gazing from The Simpsons to Seinfield", The Observer, p. 2.

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