History Hammerspace / LiveActionTV

3rd Apr '17 8:23:58 PM nombretomado
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** Though the rangers aren't the only guilty ones. In [[MightyMorphinPowerRangers the original incarnation]], in the episode "A Bad Reflection on You", Rita decides to use the [[ThePsychoRangers Psycho Ranger]] trick to frame the Power Rangers. She does it first in their human forms, landing them in detention. Bulk, who is apparently used to detention, first demonstrates this trope with his lunchbox, about the size of an average one. It ''starts'' getting impossible when he pulls out a submarine sandwich. Then, a bit later, he pulls out a "Detention Survival Kit" that has a ''TV'' in it.
** In the first episode of PowerRangersDinoCharge, while Tyler and Shelby are facing a monster, Tyler reaches into his backpack and pulls out a banana, a pair of underpants, and finally, a shovel.

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** Though the rangers aren't the only guilty ones. In [[MightyMorphinPowerRangers [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers the original incarnation]], in the episode "A Bad Reflection on You", Rita decides to use the [[ThePsychoRangers Psycho Ranger]] trick to frame the Power Rangers. She does it first in their human forms, landing them in detention. Bulk, who is apparently used to detention, first demonstrates this trope with his lunchbox, about the size of an average one. It ''starts'' getting impossible when he pulls out a submarine sandwich. Then, a bit later, he pulls out a "Detention Survival Kit" that has a ''TV'' in it.
** In the first episode of PowerRangersDinoCharge, ''Series/PowerRangersDinoCharge'', while Tyler and Shelby are facing a monster, Tyler reaches into his backpack and pulls out a banana, a pair of underpants, and finally, a shovel.



** In PowerRangersSamurai and PowerRangersMegaforce, the basic weapons the rangers would summon while morphed kind of just show up on a whim when they're unmorphed fighting Mooks.

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** In PowerRangersSamurai ''Series/PowerRangersSamurai'' and PowerRangersMegaforce, ''Series/PowerRangersMegaforce'', the basic weapons the rangers would summon while morphed kind of just show up on a whim when they're unmorphed fighting Mooks.
15th Dec '16 9:20:19 PM Doug86
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* Freshman sidekick Jerry Steiner on ''ParkerLewisCantLose'' had a trench coat with this property. Also, everything stored within was held in place by Velcro.

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* Freshman sidekick Jerry Steiner on ''ParkerLewisCantLose'' ''Series/ParkerLewisCantLose'' had a trench coat with this property. Also, everything stored within was held in place by Velcro.
14th Oct '16 12:40:30 AM thespecialneedsgroup
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* On ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' and ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', both Riker and Worf have produced phasers from seemingly nowhere. Not a tiny type-I "cricket" phaser that's designed to be easily concealed, but a full-sized type-II phaser. Notably, Starfleet uniforms don't actually have any pockets, so where they're being kept is anyone's guess.
18th May '16 6:39:50 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/TheMiddleman'''s title character seems to have pockets that lead to {{Hammerspace}}. He spends several moments removing increasingly improbable weapons from his pockets in the first episode.
25th Jan '16 4:36:32 AM Darth_Rasputin32898
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*** "DOCTOR: Of course, the real question is, where did I get the cup of tea? Answer? I'm the Doctor. Just accept it."

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*** "DOCTOR: Of ***"Of course, the real question is, where did I get the cup of tea? Answer? I'm the Doctor. Just accept it."
25th Jan '16 4:36:08 AM Darth_Rasputin32898
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** In Series 9, The Doctor steals Davros' (yes, that one's) chair, fixes himself some tea, and wheels out into the room full of Daleks.
***"DOCTOR: Of course, the real question is, where did I get the cup of tea? Answer? I'm the Doctor. Just accept it."
18th Jan '16 7:05:20 PM aresef
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*** The morphers for this particular season are also kinda bulky blasters and exist in hammerspace pretty much by necessity.
** In PowerRangersSamurai and PowerRangersMegaforce, the basic weapons the rangers would summon while morphed kind of just show up on a whim when they're unmorphed fighting Mooks.
18th Mar '15 9:36:06 AM Ryan37352
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**In the first episode of PowerRangersDinoCharge, while Tyler and Shelby are facing a monster, Tyler reaches into his backpack and pulls out a banana, a pair of underpants, and finally, a shovel.
13th Feb '15 7:18:28 AM pinkdalek
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** In "The Ambassadors of Death", the Third Doctor temporarily hides a reel of tape by [[JustOneSecondOutOfSync sending it back in time]], via unclear mechanisms. It reappears back in his hand when he needs it later.
** The Fourth Doctor's pockets are one of his gimmicks, stemming from his [[Creator/MarxBrothers Harpo Marx]] inspirational pedigree. A regular gag would be Doctor being captured and hauled before some [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal malevolent middle-management]] {{Mook}}, who would inevitably order him to "Turn out your pockets", allowing the Doctor to fill the table with an endless collection of ludicrous items until his interrogator got bored. (See "Robot" for the [[EstablishingCharacterMoment first use of this gag]] and "Genesis of the Daleks" for him doing this to annoy [[ANaziByAnyOtherName space-Nazis]]). As his tenure wore on the items stowed away in his pockets [[{{Flanderisation}} got increasingly ridiculous]], culminating in a Season 17 scene where he apparently stashes a half-full cup of tea into his pocket with no apparent ill effects. One of the novels even refers to them being a "pocket dimension".
** Captain Jack is able to pull a concealed gun despite having his clothes disintegrated off his body just a moment before. He does imply that it's [[AssShove best not to ask exactly where he pulled it from]].



** A regular feature of the classic series was the Doctor being captured and hauled before some [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal malevolent middle-management Mook]], who would inevitably order him to "Turn out your pockets." One of the novels even refers to them being a "pocket dimension".



** Captain Jack is able to pull a concealed gun despite having his clothes disintegrated off his body just a moment before. He does imply that it's best not to ask exactly where he pulled it from.
19th Oct '14 5:10:17 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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** The Series 8 episode "Flatline" has a variant: The TARDIS fits in Clara's handbag with the Doctor inside. At one point he even hands her a hammer.

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** The Series 8 episode "Flatline" has a variant: The Due to the MonsterOfTheWeek's powers, the TARDIS fits in Clara's handbag has shrunken with the Doctor inside. inside, so much so that Clara can carry it around in her handbag, leading to the Doctor helping her through the episode by handing her various tools through the TARDIS's door, making it look like she pulls them out of her bag. At one point he the Doctor even hands gives her [[VisualPun a hammer.large sledgehammer]].
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