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2013-01-30 12:59:36 PM
To help with MST3K:

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2013-01-30 01:21:50 PM
Two they misses that I can think of: Battlestar Galactica (where the survivor count changes whenever somebody died, left, or joined the caravan) and Psych, who will actually change the theme song (a Christmas version, a Spanish version, and a Boyz II men version off the top of my head).
 
2013-01-30 01:22:25 PM
Guess I'm not an "attentive viewer" as I never noticed Game of Thrones credits changing.
 
2013-01-30 01:27:50 PM
Several worthy entries, but where is The Tudors?
 
2013-01-30 01:27:55 PM
www.geekpeeks.com
supernaturalfansonline.com
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2013-01-30 01:44:30 PM
How could the Simpson's change their credits in 2009 when the series ended with episode where Ralph ran for president?
 
2013-01-30 01:47:08 PM
Babylon 5. That is all.
 
2013-01-30 01:50:25 PM
No Doctor Who?
 
2013-01-30 01:50:44 PM
three's company!
 
2013-01-30 01:58:32 PM
I still get a kick out of the one episode of Buffy that had Amber Benson listed as a main cast member (she died in that episode).

/also, Jonathan!
//no Animaniacs?
 
2013-01-30 02:03:16 PM
A lot of anime and one episode wester mini-series do it well by changing the opening each episode to foreshadow or catch up important details for the current episode, but it is very very expensive to do compared to using a premade filler opening that you can use to limit the amount of total air time needed.
 
2013-01-30 02:12:17 PM

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Is that first picture from a specific episode? I don't recall that being for any particular season.

/Phoenix episode?
 
2013-01-30 02:16:40 PM

Mulchpuppy: //no Animaniacs?


dana de-lany
 
2013-01-30 02:18:17 PM
They left out the most important part of the Mary Tyler Moore evolution: "You might just make it after all" became "You're gonna make it after all."
 
2013-01-30 02:19:13 PM
Checked for Game of Thrones, left satisfied.

I use the fact that it changes every time as an excuse, since it irritates mrs.jms, but, really, I want to watch it every time even if it didn't because:

a) the music
b) what I wouldn't do to have a wargaming table that did that.
 
2013-01-30 02:24:28 PM

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Is that first picture from a specific episode? I don't recall that being for any particular season.

/Phoenix episode?


Looks like a pastiche of the old Bonanza opening credits.
 
2013-01-30 02:38:16 PM
Let's not forget The Sopranos editing out the World Trade Center during Tony's commute home starting with the 2002 season opening credits.
 
2013-01-30 02:39:16 PM
What, no Weeds?
 
2013-01-30 02:45:05 PM

Rhaab: Babylon 5. That is all.



Susan Ivanova's voice over will always be my favorite:


The Babylon Project was our last, best hope for peace.

It failed.

But in the year of the Shadow War, it became something greater: our last, best hope - for victory.

The year is 2260. The place: Babylon 5.
 
2013-01-30 02:51:39 PM
Just about any TV show that runs more than a couple years has an opening sequence that changes due to cast turnover or changing cast looks or something like that.

I don't see what makes these few shows anymore special for having different intros than, say, Law and Order replacing cast members in the opening sequence.
 
2013-01-30 02:52:34 PM
The Drew Carey Show
 
2013-01-30 02:54:30 PM

FirstNationalBastard: I don't see what makes these few shows anymore special for having different intros than, say, Law and Order replacing cast members in the opening sequence.


And don't forget, the L&O theme changed from that tinny guitar played by some asshole who didn't know when to quit noodling to a smoother, deeper sound by a more restrained musician. I presumed it was to mark the passing of the torch from Michael Moriarty to Sam Waterston.
 
2013-01-30 02:57:53 PM

EyeballKid: FirstNationalBastard: I don't see what makes these few shows anymore special for having different intros than, say, Law and Order replacing cast members in the opening sequence.

And don't forget, the L&O theme changed from that tinny guitar played by some asshole who didn't know when to quit noodling to a smoother, deeper sound by a more restrained musician. I presumed it was to mark the passing of the torch from Michael Moriarty to Sam Waterston.


Actually, it was the year they switched from Dann Florek to Epatha Merkerson running the show that they cut down the intro from the 2 minute version to the nice, smooth 46 second version.
 
2013-01-30 02:59:17 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Just about any TV show that runs more than a couple years has an opening sequence that changes due to cast turnover or changing cast looks or something like that.


The article seems to be focusing on shows where the credits changed to reflect an actual development on the show, not just changing cast/hairstyles. I'm not familiar enough with most of those shows to know how good the list is, though.
 
2013-01-30 03:01:45 PM

FirstNationalBastard: EyeballKid: FirstNationalBastard: I don't see what makes these few shows anymore special for having different intros than, say, Law and Order replacing cast members in the opening sequence.

And don't forget, the L&O theme changed from that tinny guitar played by some asshole who didn't know when to quit noodling to a smoother, deeper sound by a more restrained musician. I presumed it was to mark the passing of the torch from Michael Moriarty to Sam Waterston.

Actually, it was the year they switched from Dann Florek to Epatha Merkerson running the show that they cut down the intro from the 2 minute version to the nice, smooth 46 second version.


Ah, so it was. Thanks for the enlightenment.

I had been watching a few early episodes this week and made the statement to a friend that whoever the guitarist was who played on that first version couldn't have possibly played it and not looked like an absolute tool; probably even did that schtick where they close their eyes and shake their head back and forth, like even they cannot comprehend the awesomeness they're playing.
 
2013-01-30 03:04:41 PM

someonelse: They left out the most important part of the Mary Tyler Moore evolution: "You might just make it after all" became "You're gonna make it after all."


+1

The lyrics from the first season.....

"How will you make it on your own,
this world is awfully big,
and girl this time you're all alone
we'll it's time you started living
time to let someone else do some giving...."

Subsequent seasons......

"Who can turn the world on with her smile,
who can take nothing day
and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile,
well it's you girl and you should know it,
with each glance and every little movement
you show it.......
 
2013-01-30 03:07:29 PM
I generally don't do this, but without South Park the list is a total fail. That show updates the opening scence every season.
 
2013-01-30 03:09:44 PM
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-01-30 03:10:29 PM

JollyMagistrate: A lot of anime and one episode wester mini-series do it well by changing the opening each episode to foreshadow or catch up important details for the current episode, but it is very very expensive to do compared to using a premade filler opening that you can use to limit the amount of total air time needed.


I've seen some anime where they change the opening and closing credits every season -- seems pretty common in Japan. As I understand they also market the hell out of the soundtracks. Pretty good business model if you ask me.
 
2013-01-30 03:10:49 PM

someonelse: FirstNationalBastard: Just about any TV show that runs more than a couple years has an opening sequence that changes due to cast turnover or changing cast looks or something like that.

The article seems to be focusing on shows where the credits changed to reflect an actual development on the show, not just changing cast/hairstyles. I'm not familiar enough with most of those shows to know how good the list is, though.


Most of the instances they mention were because of changing cast, not some grand design.

X-Files, Happy Days, Petticoat Junction, and one other show were all updated because of cast changes.

The Simpsons was updated because of the move to 16x9 HD.

And the worst part of the article was the flowery prose written for the Dick Van Dyke Show's opening, when the reality was that CBS asked for something to be filmed to keep people interested from the beginning, so Carl Reiner, Sheldon Leonard, and Director John Rich decided to film the cast standing around while Rob comes home and trips over the ottoman. It was filmed in two minutes, and someone said "why not do one where he doesn't trip, so we can keep the audience guessing which one we'll use?", they took an extra two minutes to film that before going home.
 
2013-01-30 03:13:20 PM

Arkanaut: JollyMagistrate: A lot of anime and one episode wester mini-series do it well by changing the opening each episode to foreshadow or catch up important details for the current episode, but it is very very expensive to do compared to using a premade filler opening that you can use to limit the amount of total air time needed.

I've seen some anime where they change the opening and closing credits every season -- seems pretty common in Japan. As I understand they also market the hell out of the soundtracks. Pretty good business model if you ask me.


To be fair, some of those soundtracks are filled with some pretty good original music, instead of 90% licensed songs like most US show.

/love me some Yoko Kanno soundtracks
 
2013-01-30 03:14:10 PM
OH COME ON, NOW
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-01-30 03:38:20 PM

Rhaab: Babylon 5. That is all.


Dammit!! Dammit!!!

Beat me to it. List is a epic FAIL without B5.
 
2013-01-30 03:38:23 PM

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Is that first picture from a specific episode? I don't recall that being for any particular season.

/Phoenix episode?


I am almost positive it is the Phoenix episode.
 
2013-01-30 03:43:57 PM

Sybarite: Rhaab: Babylon 5. That is all.

Susan Ivanova's voice over will always be my favorite:


Agreed. They also changed from "The NAME of the place: Babylon 5" to just "The place: Babylon 5"....*much* better IMO.

Wasn't that the season where each character had one line in the opening?
 
2013-01-30 03:46:09 PM

ristst: Sybarite: Rhaab: Babylon 5. That is all.

Susan Ivanova's voice over will always be my favorite:

Agreed. They also changed from "The NAME of the place: Babylon 5" to just "The place: Babylon 5"....*much* better IMO.

Wasn't that the season where each character had one line in the opening?


Nah, "last, great hope for victory" was season 3, the one with everyone doing a line was 4.
 
2013-01-30 03:50:33 PM
WEEDS
 
2013-01-30 04:02:24 PM
I think Smallville changed its credits.
 
2013-01-30 04:06:38 PM
Came here to mention Fringe. Leaving satisdued.
 
2013-01-30 04:08:05 PM
Little boxes, on the hillside, little boxes made of tickey-tackey ...
 
2013-01-30 04:12:28 PM

ristst: Sybarite: Rhaab: Babylon 5. That is all.

Susan Ivanova's voice over will always be my favorite:

Agreed. They also changed from "The NAME of the place: Babylon 5" to just "The place: Babylon 5"....*much* better IMO.

Wasn't that the season where each character had one line in the opening?


Fourth Season.

Fifth Season was the best "the last four seasons in 60 seconds or less" without the use of a monotone snarky voiceover girl.
 
2013-01-30 04:16:42 PM
Well that was a pretty stupid article, almost every tv show that ran more than 1 season changed their opening credits at least once, would have been more interesting to look into shows that didn't change their opening.
 
2013-01-30 04:19:07 PM
This list is woefully incomplete.
 
2013-01-30 04:27:04 PM
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-01-30 04:27:52 PM
No Growing Pains?
 
2013-01-30 05:03:35 PM
FullMetal Alchemist changed it's opening credits and opening music 4 times in 1 season.
 
2013-01-30 05:11:45 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-01-30 05:16:11 PM

Rhaab: Babylon 5 sucks. That is all.


Adjusted for truth
 
2013-01-30 05:25:24 PM

Last Man on Earth: ristst: Sybarite: Rhaab: Babylon 5. That is all.

Susan Ivanova's voice over will always be my favorite:

Agreed. They also changed from "The NAME of the place: Babylon 5" to just "The place: Babylon 5"....*much* better IMO.

Wasn't that the season where each character had one line in the opening?

Nah, "last, greatbest hope for victory" was season 3, the one with everyone doing a line was 4.


FTFY
 
2013-01-30 05:31:25 PM
Also, the inclusion of Sons of Anarchy in this article was stupid. They used some Dropkick Murphy's or whatever over the top of the regular theme song because...hey, the Sons are in Ireland! This was not innovative or interesting. And they changed the thing right back. I really was expecting to see the Drew Carey Show mentioned in here.

This one was my favorite...
Link
 
2013-01-30 05:41:22 PM

The Sewer Urchin: No Doctor Who?


Love the show, but other than the faces (earlier) and addition of lightning, it really hasn't evolved has it?
 
2013-01-30 05:45:42 PM

mjbok: The Sewer Urchin: No Doctor Who?

Love the show, but other than the faces (earlier) and addition of lightning, it really hasn't evolved has it?


Actually, it did.

Doctors 1-3 had the howlaround effects, 3 and 4 had the slitscan effects and vortex, 4-6 had the neon and starfield, 7 had the horrible CGI effects, 9 and 10 had the same CGI vortex, 11 has had a few different variations on the vortex, with it now settling on the vortex with the subtle reintroduction of the Doctor's face.
 
2013-01-30 05:46:08 PM

peterthx: Rhaab: Babylon 5 sucks. That is all.

Adjusted for truth


Get of my planet asshole.
 
2013-01-30 05:47:06 PM

Agent Smiths Laugh: peterthx: Rhaab: Babylon 5 sucks. That is all.

Adjusted for truth

Get off my planet asshole.


Typo corrected.

ristst: Rhaab: Babylon 5. That is all.

Dammit!! Dammit!!!

Beat me to it. List is a epic FAIL without B5.


And THIS!

Gonna rewatch the series now.
 
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Is that first picture from a specific episode? I don't recall that being for any particular season.

/Phoenix episode?


Yep. It's a Bonanza type map.
 
2013-01-30 05:55:03 PM

FirstNationalBastard: mjbok: The Sewer Urchin: No Doctor Who?

Love the show, but other than the faces (earlier) and addition of lightning, it really hasn't evolved has it?

Actually, it did.

Doctors 1-3 had the howlaround effects, 3 and 4 had the slitscan effects and vortex, 4-6 had the neon and starfield, 7 had the horrible CGI effects, 9 and 10 had the same CGI vortex, 11 has had a few different variations on the vortex, with it now settling on the vortex with the subtle reintroduction of the Doctor's face.


I understand that.  My favorite was the switch to the starfield.  What I meant is even though it changed it didn't evolve "with the story" per se, it just changed.
 
2013-01-30 06:01:18 PM
No Brady Bunch?  Marcia going from little girl to teen dream plus Mike, Greg, Peter and the evolving perms?
 
2013-01-30 06:02:33 PM
FarScape?
Space: Above and Beyond??
Rome???
Nowhere Man????

Bueller?
 
2013-01-30 06:04:32 PM
FarScape?
Space: Above and Beyond??
Rome???
Nowhere Man????
Spartacus 5?


Bueller?
 
2013-01-30 06:16:59 PM

rugman11: Two they misses that I can think of: Battlestar Galactica (where the survivor count changes whenever somebody died, left, or joined the caravan) and Psych, who will actually change the theme song (a Christmas version, a Spanish version, and a Boyz II men version off the top of my head).


Done in two. Psych was my first thought.
 
2013-01-30 07:15:00 PM
List fails without The Venture Brothers.

/most lists fail without The Venture Brothers
 
2013-01-30 07:15:36 PM
What about title designs that went oops and changed back?
www.sachemlibrary.org
 
2013-01-30 07:16:01 PM
No Magnum P.I.?

//I really didn't RTFA that closely...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9lPJJQnehM

//it's horrible
 
2013-01-30 07:27:10 PM
The new Simpsons intro...Worst. Update. Ever.

The new animations sucks, they turned them into lifeless robots.
 
2013-01-30 07:28:33 PM
 
2013-01-30 07:31:50 PM

mjbok: FirstNationalBastard: mjbok: The Sewer Urchin: No Doctor Who?

Love the show, but other than the faces (earlier) and addition of lightning, it really hasn't evolved has it?

Actually, it did.

Doctors 1-3 had the howlaround effects, 3 and 4 had the slitscan effects and vortex, 4-6 had the neon and starfield, 7 had the horrible CGI effects, 9 and 10 had the same CGI vortex, 11 has had a few different variations on the vortex, with it now settling on the vortex with the subtle reintroduction of the Doctor's face.

I understand that.  My favorite was the switch to the starfield.  What I meant is even though it changed it didn't evolve "with the story" per se, it just changed.


Honestly, the Onion's list is pretty much "changed with the actors". So Who fits as much as any show.
 
2013-01-30 07:33:43 PM
Lost in Space. That is all.
 
2013-01-30 07:40:40 PM

Agent Smiths Laugh: peterthx: Rhaab: Babylon 5 sucks. That is all.

Adjusted for truth

Get of my planet asshole.


I was here first dipshiat. YOU leave.

/B5 still sucks, no matter how many drooling fanboys come out of the basement woodwork
 
2013-01-30 09:02:01 PM
Family Ties
 
2013-01-30 09:14:29 PM
I still dont get that boat on House
 
2013-01-30 09:24:31 PM
...and the rest the Professor and Mary Ann..
 
2013-01-30 10:32:01 PM
Didn't Farscape's do it too?
 
2013-01-30 10:33:43 PM
 
2013-01-30 10:57:00 PM

peterthx: Agent Smiths Laugh: peterthx: Rhaab: Babylon 5 sucks. That is all.

Adjusted for truth

Get of my planet asshole.

I was here first dipshiat. YOU leave.

/B5 still sucks, no matter how many drooling fanboys come out of the basement woodwork


You're wrong but you're entitled to be so, just as I'm entitled to point it out. Is there something specific that you don't like or are you just a blind hater?

There are no moments like this in contemporary science fiction, nor this, nor this, nor this, nor this, nor this - and that's just what I can dig up quickly. Then you have the fact its influence on the genre is undeniable with Paramount stealing the basic premise to make DS9 and changing from SFX to CGI. The most recent example is the re-imagined BSG which used B5's rules for having the ships follow known laws of physics during flight sequences.
 
2013-01-30 11:14:45 PM

ununcle: Lost in Space. That is all.


This. John "Johnny" williams going from "meh" kiddish to Star Wars/Jaws/Jurassic Park/Indiana Jones scale anthem really shows his development as an artist. Shame its one of his lesser-known.
 
2013-01-31 12:28:58 AM

ThatGuyFromTheInternet: ununcle: Lost in Space. That is all.

This. John "Johnny" williams going from "meh" kiddish to Star Wars/Jaws/Jurassic Park/Indiana Jones scale anthem really shows his development as an artist. Shame its one of his lesser-known.


Bat-dababa- bat-dababa- bat-dababa bat-tababa-bat-tabada  batababa  BOOM! Baaahh bada bu bu buda Baaahhh buda bu bu bada. Um,, Yeah,, O, I tried to spell it. I went there.. What a waste of drunken time that was. But I tried.
 
2013-01-31 12:47:25 AM

Rhaab: Babylon 5. That is all.


This.

Best use of evolving series credits ever.  Huge miss on the A.V. Club's part.
 
2013-01-31 01:32:59 AM

Arhu: You're wrong but you're entitled to be so, just as I'm entitled to point it out. Is there something specific that you don't like or are you just a blind hater?

There are no moments like this in contemporary science fiction, nor this, nor this, nor this, nor this, nor this - and that's just what I can dig up quickly. Then you have the fact its influence on the genre is undeniable with Paramount stealing the basic premise to make DS9 and changing from SFX to CGI. The most recent example is the re-imagined BSG which used B5's rules for having the ships follow known laws of physics during flight sequences.


Something I don't like? Yes, the show. Comic book/soap opera tripe with a sci-fi glaze.

I have to laugh when you credit the show with "inventing" the rules of physics that BSG happened to use (other than the Galactica's "impulse" engines being constantly on = constantly accelerating). 2001 did it 20-plus years before B5 did. DS9 switching to CGI had nothing to do with B5 either: having 600 Federation ships go up against 1254 Dominion ships and not being able to use motion control did, not to mention by then CGI was a mature FX technology by then (B5's pilot looks little better than The Last Starfighter).  And that old conspiracy chestnut of DS9 being a "ripoff". I'll tell you what's a ripoff: Whitestar = USS Defiant.
 
2013-01-31 04:16:53 AM
Most long running anime series do this. How many Openings has One Piece had at this point?

and I remember Sailor Moon used to change their opening credits mid-season to reflect changing storylines and hide spoilers.
 
2013-01-31 06:42:14 AM
What no Quantum Leap? Even the spoken lines were changed. And of course each season had a different montage.

And yes Small ville changed quite a bit when Michael Rosenbaum left and they added and subtracted other actors.
 
2013-01-31 07:06:00 AM

peterthx: Arhu: You're wrong but you're entitled to be so, just as I'm entitled to point it out. Is there something specific that you don't like or are you just a blind hater?

There are no moments like this in contemporary science fiction, nor this, nor this, nor this, nor this, nor this - and that's just what I can dig up quickly. Then you have the fact its influence on the genre is undeniable with Paramount stealing the basic premise to make DS9 and changing from SFX to CGI. The most recent example is the re-imagined BSG which used B5's rules for having the ships follow known laws of physics during flight sequences.

Something I don't like? Yes, the show. Comic book/soap opera tripe with a sci-fi glaze.

I have to laugh when you credit the show with "inventing" the rules of physics that BSG happened to use (other than the Galactica's "impulse" engines being constantly on = constantly accelerating). 2001 did it 20-plus years before B5 did. DS9 switching to CGI had nothing to do with B5 either: having 600 Federation ships go up against 1254 Dominion ships and not being able to use motion control did, not to mention by then CGI was a mature FX technology by then (B5's pilot looks little better than The Last Starfighter).  And that old conspiracy chestnut of DS9 being a "ripoff". I'll tell you what's a ripoff: Whitestar = USS Defiant.


I didn't realize I was talking to Sheldon. If you're reading comics that portray and convey the same emotion and ideas contained in this scene, then I want to know what comics you read.

What 2001 did 20 years earlier, while being amazing for its time, pales in comparison with what was done in B5 and it didn't stick either did it?

So what if the pilot looks little better that The Last Starfighter, the CGI was done on Amigas FFS, as was the first season and part of the first. It was also pioneering much of the tech, so in that context alone the CGI scenes were very good but given they also portrayed exactly what they were intended to overall they were spectacular.

The fact DS9 is B5 modified for the Trek universe is not an "old conspiracy chestnut". It's well known that JMS pitched B5 to Paramount 6 months before WB who picked up. He also pitched it as a 5 year arc which had to have included some detail which would've included outlines of both wars portrayed in the show, so epic battles between huge fleets would've been in what Paramount received. The only thing you've got is that the Defiant debuted before the White Star but in the grand scheme of things it's not significant because a new weapon being created in response to a threat is standard in real life, as is making things smaller and more powerful. If you want to nit-pick specifics then I've got one better: Species 8472 in Voyager are ripped off from the Shadows, and if you really want to get picky the idea of where they came from was lifted from "Knives". It wasn't enough that they based an entire show on B5's premise, Trek had to pinch ideas for alien from the actual production to use in parallel series as well
 
2013-01-31 09:10:22 AM

mrjared: Also, the inclusion of Sons of Anarchy in this article was stupid. They used some Dropkick Murphy's or whatever over the top of the regular theme song because...hey, the Sons are in Ireland! This was not innovative or interesting. And they changed the thing right back. I really was expecting to see the Drew Carey Show mentioned in here.

This one was my favorite...
Link



I seem to recall one in which they showed that one chick in a bra.

Am I imagining that?
 
2013-01-31 09:38:07 AM
List without Farscape is a failed list.
 
2013-01-31 09:46:04 AM

nicoffeine: OH COME ON, NOW
[upload.wikimedia.org image 720x480]




Came for Rockford and 70's tittays.

/70's tittays
 
2013-01-31 04:14:46 PM

colimar: I still dont get that boat on House


If I remember correctly, it was supposed to be a vicodin bottle in the same artistic vein as everything else. Somebody vetoed it and they settled on a shot that had nothing to do with anything else for some reason.
 
2013-01-31 07:34:11 PM
Came in to see if anyone mentioned Farscape, Buffy, or Doctor Who.

All is well,

Carry on.
 
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