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29th Nov '17 1:53:38 PM angie710
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* In the GrandFinale of ''Series/TheColbertReport'', the final "Cheating Death with Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, DFA" segment starts with the usual intro of Stephen playing ChessWithDeath, then distracting him while rearranging the pieces. Except that this time, Death finally catches him in the act and starts strangling him. Stephen manages to shoot and kill Death in self-defence with his revolver, [[ICallItVera Sweetness]], and absorbs Death's power ''Film/{{Highlander}}''-style, becoming immortal.

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* In the GrandFinale of ''Series/TheColbertReport'', the final "Cheating Death with Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, DFA" segment starts with the usual intro of Stephen playing ChessWithDeath, then distracting him while rearranging the pieces. Except that this time, Death finally catches him in the act and starts strangling him. Stephen manages to shoot and kill Death in self-defence with his revolver, [[ICallItVera Sweetness]], and absorbs Death's power ''Film/{{Highlander}}''-style, becoming immortal.immortal.
* {{Satan}} appears on ''Series/GoodEats'', usually getting his ass handed to him and/or getting blasted with the fire extinguisher by Alton, [[AuthorAppeal who is a Christian in]] RealLife.
24th Nov '17 9:02:44 AM Tkastan
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** For one villain (the Judge), all the mystical texts declare that "no weapon forged" can stop him. However, as Xander realizes, those texts [[PostModernMagik predate modern weapons]]. And thus, Buffy takes the Judge out with a rocket launcher.

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** For one villain (the Judge), all the mystical texts declare that "no weapon forged" can stop him. However, as Xander realizes, those texts [[PostModernMagik predate modern weapons]]. And thus, Buffy takes the Judge out with a rocket launcher.launcher, more specifically, one with a self-forging warhead.
22nd Oct '17 6:44:57 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** This is a recurring theme in ''Deep Space Nine,'' albeit mostly metaphorical. The Gods of the Dominion are the main antagonists for much of the show (although they are in fact changelings just like Odo.) And they stated that a type of radiation is harmless to humanoids but kills non-corporeal life forms, such as the Gods of Bajor in the wormhole and their EvilCounterpart, the Pah-Wraiths. You'd almost think they introduced religion into an entirely secular setting just to make this point.

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** This is a recurring theme in ''Deep Space Nine,'' albeit mostly metaphorical. The Gods of the Dominion are the main antagonists for much of the show (although they are in fact changelings just like Odo.) And they stated that a type of radiation is harmless to humanoids but kills non-corporeal life forms, such as the Gods of Bajor in the wormhole and their EvilCounterpart, the Pah-Wraiths.Pah-Wraiths (the show makes it clear that unlike the Founders, the Prophets are ''not'' false gods). You'd almost think they introduced religion into an entirely secular setting just to make this point.
20th Jun '17 8:03:08 AM gb00393
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** Meera Reed becomes the third living human to kill a White Walker in the series, and the first living woman to do so.
6th Apr '17 10:01:18 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sam discovers the White Walkers' sole KryptoniteFactor completely by accident.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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Sam discovers the White Walkers' sole KryptoniteFactor completely by accident.accident.
** Jon Snow is the second man confirmed to have killed a White Walker, and the first to do so in single combat.
12th Jan '17 9:40:58 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Sam discovers the White Walkers' sole KryptoniteFactor completely by accident.
27th Dec '16 4:02:40 PM nombretomado
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* The finale of ''AshesToAshes'', in which - among other things - [[spoiler:Gene Hunt PUNCHES SATAN IN THE FACE. No, seriously. Jim Keats ''is'' {{Satan}}.]]

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* The finale of ''AshesToAshes'', ''Series/AshesToAshes'', in which - among other things - [[spoiler:Gene Hunt PUNCHES SATAN IN THE FACE. No, seriously. Jim Keats ''is'' {{Satan}}.]]
10th Aug '16 8:10:38 PM TheCuza
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* ''Series/TheColbertReport'': In the GrandFinale, Stephen, in his final Cheating Death segment, is strangled by Death. Stephen takes out his revolver, Sweetness and shoots Death. Stephen then declares himself immortal.

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* ''Series/TheColbertReport'': In the GrandFinale, Stephen, in his GrandFinale of ''Series/TheColbertReport'', the final Cheating "Cheating Death segment, is strangled by Death. with Dr. Stephen takes out T. Colbert, DFA" segment starts with the usual intro of Stephen playing ChessWithDeath, then distracting him while rearranging the pieces. Except that this time, Death finally catches him in the act and starts strangling him. Stephen manages to shoot and kill Death in self-defence with his revolver, Sweetness [[ICallItVera Sweetness]], and shoots Death. Stephen then declares himself absorbs Death's power ''Film/{{Highlander}}''-style, becoming immortal.
30th May '16 11:23:39 PM Doug86
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* After all of Season 3's build-up to the superpowered BigBad from a distant planet, AgentsOfSHIELD was going to have to do this, possibly a few times.

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* After all of Season 3's build-up to the superpowered BigBad from a distant planet, AgentsOfSHIELD ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' was going to have to do this, possibly a few times.



* ''XenaWarriorPrincess'': played fast and loose with this trope. For a time, Xena had the power to kill gods, and exercised this ability on most of the Olympian Pantheon.

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* ''XenaWarriorPrincess'': ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'': played fast and loose with this trope. For a time, Xena had the power to kill gods, and exercised this ability on most of the Olympian Pantheon.
22nd May '16 12:54:43 AM maxwellsilver
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* In the miniseries ''Series/{{Alice 2009}}'', Alice is attacked by the Jabberwock (you know, the gargantuan, terrifying monster from the poem?) and is trapped on the ground as it tries to reach her through a tree. So what does Hatter do? He punches the Jabberwock in the face and hauls Alice away from it.

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* In the miniseries ''Series/{{Alice 2009}}'', Alice is attacked by the Jabberwock (you know, the gargantuan, terrifying monster from the poem?) and is trapped on the ground as it tries to reach her through a tree. So what does Hatter do? He punches the Jabberwock in the face and hauls Alice away from it.it.
* ''Series/TheColbertReport'': In the GrandFinale, Stephen, in his final Cheating Death segment, is strangled by Death. Stephen takes out his revolver, Sweetness and shoots Death. Stephen then declares himself immortal.
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