Throw It In
Strong Sad: And this part here represents Rondell's transformation into a new man.
The preservation of ad libs, improvisations, and the occasional accident or mistimed what-have-you for dramatic or comic effect, sometimes at the cost of continuity.
These are often some of the most memorable scenes, for better or for worse, due to their spontaneity.
Not to be confused with Enforced Method Acting, when something unexpected is deliberately done to an actor in order to elicit a realistic response, or Improv, where there is very little or no script at all and the actors are making up large chunks as they go along.
- Ascended Fanon: Where Fanon becomes Canon
- Ascended Meme: Where a meme from fanon is upgraded to canon.
- Ascended Glitch: Like Thrown It In, but occurs after the release of the work.
- Harpo Does Something Funny: Invoking this by leaving gaps in the script for the actors to throw stuff in.
- Left It In: When it's explicitly said on camera that something will be cut from the final product... and it's not.
- Official Fan-Submitted Content: Asking fans for stuff to throw in.
See also Woolseyism.
- Animated Films
- Anime and Manga
- Comic Books
- Fan Works
- Live Action TV
- Puppet Shows
- Real Life
- Video Games
- Web Comics
- Web Original
- Western Animation