Utsumi passed away in June , the series therefore having to cast another VA for Kamogawa, and Nagai in January The English dub of Pokémon: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel is dedicated to Eric Medalle, an artist who designed many of the logos for the shows and games, who died in March Disney's dub of Kiki's Delivery Service is dedicated to Phil Hartman , the voice of Jiji, who was tragically murdered shortly before the film's release. GKIDS' reissue retains the dedication.
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The second-season two-parter 'Unholy Alliance' had a dedication in the credits to Werner Stocker, the actor who played Duncan's 'mentor figure' Darius. Werner Stocker had died just as the last few episodes of the previous season were filmed. The opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics were dedicated to Nodar Kumaritashvili, who died in a practice run on the luge track hours before the start of the Olympics.
Suddenly Susan did one after the death of David Strickland. An episode of The Amazing Race 16 was dedicated to the memory of He Pingping, the world's shortest man who was able to walk, who handed out clues to racers following one of the leg's Roadblocks.
Pingping passed away a little more than a month before the episode's original broadcast. A Season 6 episode taking place in Sri Lanka was dedicated to the victims of the Christmas tsunami that ravaged it months later. In the Stargate-verse , the character of General George Hammond, a regular during the first seven seasons of Stargate SG-1 , died off-screen of a heart attack, referencing the fact that the actor who played him, Don S.
Davis , died of a heart attack shortly before production the Stargate Atlantis series finale.
As a result, in-universe Earth's newest battleship was named the George Hammond, mentioned at the end of Atlantis and first seen in the first episode of Stargate Universe. Out-of-universe, the Atlantis finale was dedicated to Don S. Davis , as was the re-cut of the SG-1 pilot. Cruelly played with at the end of every episode of the sketch comedy Human Giant, in which a faux-memoriam to a random, allegedly dead member of the show's real crew and staff featuring the real face and name of a crew member is interrupted by advertisements for non-existent Human Giant products.
Supernatural dedicated their fourth season to Kim Manners, a director who died during the filming of that season. The title card appeared after the episode "Death Takes a Holiday," which was actually the fifteenth episode, but the first to air after his death. Also in the fourth season, the episode "Afterschool Special" was dedicated to Christopher F. Lima and Tim Loock, a rigging electrician and post production editor, respectively.
With Manners's after the fact full season dedication, this episode was dedicated to three separate, unrelated people whose deaths had nothing to do with each other.
The X-Files took their "In Memoriam" one step further. In her honor, Agent Leyla Harrison made her appearance in season eight's "Alone". The fictional Agent Harrison was quite a fan of Mulder and Scully's, spending much of her time at the FBI poring over their expense reports and during the entire episode, references previous cases the two had been on while partnered with Agent Doggett as possibilities for the creature they're hunting.
In the end, she meets Mulder and Scully and is gifted with the keychain Mulder had given Scully for her birthday during season four.
She also makes an appearance in season nine's "Scary Monsters". In a more traditional style, the movie "I Want to Believe" is dedicated to Randy Stone, who was the casting agent who cast the pilot episode of the show.
He died in When the dog playing Buck needed to retire, Married Of course, being a Bundy, even sweet doggy death doesn't give him any relief; he's reincarnated as their new dog. A episode of Have I Got News for You opened with a dedication to Big George, the composer of the theme song, who had died the week before.
He had been eliminated in that episode, and died in October after filming was completed. The parent show, Cake Boss , dedicated one episode to Salvatore Picinich, a long-time friend and employee, after his death from cancer. In , "The Map", an episode of The Middle that began with the Hecks coming back from Aunt Ginny's funeral, ended with an "in memoriam" to Frances Bay, who had played the character until she died the previous September. The Castle episode "Punked" closed with a tribute version of the Stephen J.
Colleague, mentor, friend. We'll miss you, pal. Additionally within the show itself, Cannell's poker chair has become an Empty Chair Memorial. When the actor playing Compo on Last of the Summer Wine died a full three episodes were devoted to the character's death, funeral and memorial. He was replaced by Compo's previously unknown son, played by the actor's son. During Season 5 of Canada's Worst Driver , a contestant's brother-in-law was killed by a careless driver.
Parodied on Real Time with Bill Maher with "A Farewell to Douchebags", a montage made after election cycles of unpopular politicians and political figures who fell from grace during that cycle.
Played straight with Richard Jeni , Christopher Hitchens , and Garry Shandling's deaths, as Bill featured montages of their previous appearances on this show and his previous show Politically Incorrect.
The first episode of the season of Wheel of Fortune had host Pat Sajak pay tribute to announcer Jack Clark, who died during the summer hiatus. Sajak would pay tribute to Clark's successor, Charlie O'Donnell, in a similar way after his death in After director Mark Corwin died during the summer hiatus, a tribute was edited into a summer rerun.
Because of Cory Monteith's death in July , the third episode of the season of Glee was dedicated to him, with his character Finn being killed off. The episode focused on Finn's loved ones remembering "The Quarterback". It also featured a dedication card and Silent Credits at the end. Saturday Night Live often pays tribute to deceased cast members and guest hosts. Gilda Radner had died the same day of the season finale, so instead of his planned monologue, host Steve Martin replayed a sketch featuring himself and Radner.
When Rodney Dangerfield who hosted a March episode died in October , that week's episode featured Darrell Hammond, who had impersonated Dangerfield in several previous sketches, performing a final standup routine at the Pearly Gates for St.
Peter Horatio Sanz , who solemnly remarked that he wanted to hear Dangerfield's jokes one last time before admitting him to Heaven. The screen cut to a still shot of Dangerfield with the caption "We'll miss you. Rodney Dangerfield ". When George Carlin died in June , rather than rerun a episode hosted by Ellen Page, the very first episode of SNL, which was hosted by Carlin, was aired instead.
Said performance was shown afterwards, followed by a painting of Bowie. A few months after Bowie's death, SNL paid tribute to Prince by airing a special episode containing all of his musical performances on the show, as well as some "Prince Show" sketches.
In general, when a celebrity who either hosted the show or was the musical guest passes on, that episode will most likely be reran along with any new episode that week. The Academy Awards have sadly become notorious for limiting the number of acknowledged personalities, omitting lesser-known but much-loved figures in favor of big names who have less-illustrious film resumes. In , for example, Michael Jackson made the montage, but Dom De Luise didn't, despite the latter having a much longer and more beloved cinematic resume.
A notable tribute appeared at the Academy Awards. Camera assistant Sarah Jones was hit by a train on set in February. At the Oscars in March, her name flashed onscreen after the proper segment had finished. Another interesting one: Bill Paxton passed away the day before the ceremony, and presenter Jennifer Aniston mentioned him before the proper segment played. An episode of the documentary series Disney Family Album centered on voice actors was dedicated to Clarence Nash, the original voice of Donald Duck.
Friends : The fourth season episode "The One with the Cat" was dedicated to series co-creator Martha Kauffman's mother, who passed away shortly before the episode aired. Waite died in February and as such, the producers decided ultimately to have Jackson Gibbs pass away in show in the season finale "Honor Thy Father".
In season 2 of the lush, set Spanish drama Gran Hotel, the new maître d'hotel, Ernesto, had only appeared in five episodes when, even as his character was making headway wooing the stiff head of housekeeping Angela, the actor, Juan Luis Galiardo, died unexpectedly.
Remaining footage allowed him to appear briefly in two more episodes. These and two more following episodes were dedicated in his memory.
Unusually, the dedication was positioned in place of the series title, over the beauty shot of the hotel at the end of the opening credits. The series finale of Parks and Recreation is dedicated to writer, actor and executive producer Harris Wittels, who tragically died on February 19, , a few days before it aired, with a message at the end saying "We Love You, Harris. A year later, however, Savile had been exposed as a prolific offender, making the tribute appear in bad taste.
Kamel had died of a heart attack on April 8, during the season hiatus, and as such, the producers decided to have his character die offscreen of the same before the events of the season premiere "Mr. Monk Buys a House".
The series finale of Justified has a dedication to Elmore Leonard , author of the story the series is adapted from. The first episode of Robot Wars Extreme aired in October was dedicated to David Gribble— the teenage driver for the robot Pussy cat — who was tragically killed in a motorbike accident shortly after filming his last appearances in Series 5 and Extreme 1.
The "Animal Encounters" episode of World's Dumbest The original airing of the Nova episode "To the Moon" July was dedicated to Apollo 12 astronaut Charles "Pete" Conrad, who appeared in the episode and who died in a motorcycle crash a few days before the episode was aired. The dedication does not appear on the DVD version. Frontline's first report of , "Netanyahu at War", was dedicated to Millicent Bell, a journalist and recurring sponsor for both Frontline and another WGBH-produced documentary series, Nova, through the Millicent and Eugene Bell foundation, who had died a few months before.
Grease: Live! In , after the LaMia Flight air disaster that claimed the life of much of the Chapecoense soccer team and several sports journalists, FOX Sports Brazil aired a black screen with a scoreboard and the hashtag " 90MinutosDeSilencio" in place of what would've been the first leg of the Copa Sudamericana Final between Chapecoense and Atletico Nacional of Colombia.
The broadcast included a tribute to the Fox Sports employees killed in the crash during halftime. The broadcast was bookended by the official World Feed opening to Copa Sudamericana television transmissions, which also ran in silence on both showings. The final audition of Season 12 of America's Got Talent was Brandon Rogers, who was killed in a car accident a month before it aired.
It was both preceded and followed by message cards dedicating the performance to him. The first episode of the third season of Night Court in ended with a dedication to Selma Diamond, who had passed away the previous summer after playing bailiff Selma Hacker in the first two seasons; a still photo of her was shown under the following dialogue: Bull: Quite a story, huh? Selma: [deadpan] I laughed, I cried, it became a part of me.
The Disney Channel would reair the episode in April, and a framed photo of Duke as Janice seen very visibly on a table in Aunt Dena's living room during the season 3 finale "Californi-A-Rooney".
With a heart so big that you can't hide you took the path of a slow suicide. And all those feelings that you had, they killed you from the inside I can't say that I don't understand. I know you tried. I'll see you when we all come home.
Agé de 6 ans, il entre au conservatoire pour se perfectionner dans la musique. Il n'y resta cependant pas longtemps car il n'y avait de moyens de transport entre son petit village et le conservatoire. En mars , Douzi participe aux festivités de " La fête de la jeunesse " organisées par la station radio de Oujda en collaboration avec l'Alliance Franco- Marocaine " Ibn Khaldoun ", qui lui délivre également son 1er diplôme de mérite pour son incroyable talent, bien qu'il fut le plus jeune chanteur.
C'est alors que tout s'enchaîne pour le nouveau petit prince du Raï. Ses premiers succès Février restera une des dates les plus importantes pour Douzi. C'est, en effet, la date à laquelle il enregistra son premier album "Goulou lmumti tjini" Dîtes à maman de revenir dont le premier titre du même nom remporta un vif succès auprès du public par son message destiné aux mères. De par la peur du producteur, vu le jeune âge de Douzi, son album n'est sorti qu'en Il s'agit d'un programme connu de tout le monde arabe ainsi que des émigrés vivant en Europe.
Aussi, Douzi organise des petites tournées au profit des enfants handicapés et nécessiteux car il n'oublie pas d'où il vient. En août de la même année, il participe au festival Saidia Beach en compagnie de Cheb Mami et d'autres grands chanteurs. Il y obtient le prix du plus jeune artiste. Dès lors, il entre dans le monde de la publicité. Il signe un contrat avec la firme " Coca-cola " dont il fait la voix-off d'un spot publicitaire. Il présente également la publicité " Magi " diffusée sur plusieurs chaînes arabes.
En , Douzi tourne son premier clip intitulé "Rouahi lia" Reviens à moi. C'est à partir de ce moment là que tout s'accélère. Il chante même pour l'équipe nationale marocaine de football lors de la coupe du monde de Le 3 avril de l'année suivante, le chanteur quitte, pour la première fois, le Maroc pour participer au festival " Nuits " en Allemagne.
En mai , il donne un concert à Amsterdam diffusé par la chaîne MTV1. Durant la même année, il participe à la soirée musicale organisée par l'ACTM de Lille Nord France à l'occasion de la journée du Maroc, suite à laquelle il est l'invité d'honneur de la station Radio Pastel pour une interview exclusive.
Le 26 mai , Douzi apparaît dans une grande soirée à Vienne en Autriche. Les Autrichiens furent nombreux à applaudir ce jeune prodige de la chanson. Dès lors, il fait le tour du monde en affichant des salles de concert pleines. En , Douzi s'installe avec sa famille à Bruxelles pour continuer ses études et pour s'affirmer parmi les plus grands chanteurs du Raï.