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In Talking Heads, a character is seated in front of a camera with a brick wall in the background. Occasionally, their name and title — i.e. type of dancer, who they are in relation to another person, etc. — will be displayed as a caption at the bottom of the screen, written in white on a purple box.
During Talking Heads, the given character reveals or confesses their thoughts outside of the occurrences of the actual show. This acts as dramatic irony, as this causes only the audience to know something about the character that is not known (or is yet to be known, in some cases) by their fellow characters.
"Richelle on Pointe" features unique Talking Heads segments, which are shot not in the normal filming areas of Studio A or Studio 1, but what appears to be the storeroom of the pointe shoe shop where Richelle buys her new pair of pointe shoes.
It has been long disputed by fans whether this element is meant to convey a character's thoughts while in a scene or whether it is merely meant to lend itself to its mock-reality genre.
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