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17th Jun '16 11:56:58 PM IvanovTroping97
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' made-for-TV movie ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}'', during the Final Ending part, Timmy gets trapped in a LotusEaterMachine by [[spoiler: the Darkness]] after he makes his HeroicSacrifice, and he notices that his fairies [[spoiler:(which are actually the Eliminators in disguise)]] are flickering, but he decides to ignore it for "the best day ever" wish.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' made-for-TV TV movie ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}'', ''Wishology'', during the Final Ending part, Timmy gets trapped in a LotusEaterMachine by [[spoiler: the Darkness]] after he makes his HeroicSacrifice, and he notices that his fairies [[spoiler:(which are actually the Eliminators in disguise)]] are flickering, but he decides to ignore it for "the best day ever" wish.
17th Jun '16 11:55:48 PM IvanovTroping97
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' made-for-TV movie ''WesternAnimation/Wishology'', during the Final Ending part, Timmy gets trapped in a LotusEaterMachine by [[spoiler: the Darkness]] after he makes his HeroicSacrifice, and he notices that his fairies [[spoiler:(which are actually the Eliminators in disguise)]] are flickering, but he decides to ignore it for "the best day ever" wish.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' made-for-TV movie ''WesternAnimation/Wishology'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Wishology}}'', during the Final Ending part, Timmy gets trapped in a LotusEaterMachine by [[spoiler: the Darkness]] after he makes his HeroicSacrifice, and he notices that his fairies [[spoiler:(which are actually the Eliminators in disguise)]] are flickering, but he decides to ignore it for "the best day ever" wish.
17th Jun '16 10:44:25 PM IvanovTroping97
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' made-for-TV movie ''WesternAnimation/Wishology'', during the Final Ending part, Timmy gets trapped in a LotusEaterMachine by [[spoiler: the Darkness]] after he makes his HeroicSacrifice, and he notices that his fairies [[spoiler:(which are actually the Eliminators in disguise)]] are flickering, but he decides to ignore it for "the best day ever" wish.
29th May '16 5:53:30 AM Doug86
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* One early ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog story has the Freedom Fighters trapped in a LotusEaterMachine by Robotnik. Not only does it give them a perfect world, but actually alters itself for its victims. This 'user friendly' function causes Sonic to suspect something is wrong when not only is he no longer the groom at Princess Sally's wedding, but his Uncle Chuck shows up, fully-fleshed and unroboticized. (Plus these melting clocks just show up out of nowhere...) Ironically, when Sonic demands for answers, virtual-Chuck gladly gives them, and Sonic is soon able to turn Robotnik's war machines on Robotropolis unless the heroes are freed.

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* One early ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog story has the Freedom Fighters trapped in a LotusEaterMachine by Robotnik. Not only does it give them a perfect world, but actually alters itself for its victims. This 'user friendly' function causes Sonic to suspect something is wrong when not only is he no longer the groom at Princess Sally's wedding, but his Uncle Chuck shows up, fully-fleshed and unroboticized. (Plus these melting clocks just show up out of nowhere...) Ironically, when Sonic demands for answers, virtual-Chuck gladly gives them, and Sonic is soon able to turn Robotnik's war machines on Robotropolis unless the heroes are freed.
21st May '16 3:22:14 PM WiddershinsDaughter
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* While not a literal one, various flaws in SHIELD's recreation of the 1940s, intended to [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger ease Captain America back into life before exposing him to the 21st Century]], act as this, particularly the use of a baseball game from the early 1940s (which Steve attended himself) to represent a game in 1945, and the SHIELD agent intended to act as Steve's handler/nurse being dressed incorrectly (wearing a 21st century hairstyle and a modern push-up bra, neither of which existed in the 1940s).
23rd Mar '16 8:45:48 AM ObsidianFire
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* During Creator/GrantMorrison's run on JusticeLeagueOfAmerica, Franchise/{{Batman}} was able to deduce he and the rest of the League had been placed in a dream state because, while he looked like an active elderly man, he had the vital signs of a younger, unconscious man. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, the GenreSavvy villain's evil scheme was built on the [=JLA=] escaping the LotusEaterMachine.]]

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* During Creator/GrantMorrison's run on JusticeLeagueOfAmerica, Franchise/{{Batman}} was able to deduce he and the rest of the League had been placed in a dream state because, while he looked like an active elderly man, he had the vital signs of a younger, unconscious man. [[spoiler:Unfortunately, the GenreSavvy villain's evil scheme was built on the [=JLA=] escaping the LotusEaterMachine.]]
16th Jan '16 12:32:57 PM Dravencour
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* The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is ''Film/TheMatrix''. As Trinity explains, Deja Vu is caused by a glitch in the computer simulation, which usually signals that the programs running it have altered some fundamental law. In this case, [[spoiler: all the windows and doors have been filled in with bricks.]] For the Resistance, this is a ''bad'' thing as it means the system is aware of their presence and the [[ImplacableMan Agents]] are coming for them.

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* The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is ''Film/TheMatrix''. As Trinity explains, Deja Vu is caused by a glitch in the computer simulation, which usually signals that the programs running it have altered some fundamental law. In this case, [[spoiler: all the windows and doors have been filled in with bricks.]] For the Resistance, this is a ''bad'' thing as it means the system is aware of their presence and presence, the [[ImplacableMan Agents]] are coming for them.them, and it's time to get the hell to an exit before they get killed.
12th Jan '16 10:33:47 PM Doug86
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** In "Paradise Lost", though LotusEaterMachine was more of an illusion causing {{macguffin}}. {{Superman}} and WonderWoman are magicked into seeing each other as a monster. Eventually during the fight which ensues, Superman discovers Wonder Woman is the monster via her reflection in water. He tries to inform Wonder Woman, but she continues to attack, until he points to his reflection in a mirror.
** There was ComicBook/ForTheManWhoHasEverything where {{Superman}} slowly comes to realize that his idyllic life on Krypton with his son Van-El is false, in a moment that will tear your heart out.

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** In "Paradise Lost", though LotusEaterMachine was more of an illusion causing {{macguffin}}. {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} and WonderWoman Franchise/WonderWoman are magicked into seeing each other as a monster. Eventually during the fight which ensues, Superman discovers Wonder Woman is the monster via her reflection in water. He tries to inform Wonder Woman, but she continues to attack, until he points to his reflection in a mirror.
** There was ComicBook/ForTheManWhoHasEverything where {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} slowly comes to realize that his idyllic life on Krypton with his son Van-El is false, in a moment that will tear your heart out.
2nd Dec '15 4:53:35 PM Dravencour
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* The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is ''Film/TheMatrix''. As Trinity explains, Deja Vu is caused by a glitch in the computer simulation, which usually signals that the programs running it have altered some fundamental law. In this case, [[spoiler: all the windows and doors have been filled in with bricks.]] For the Resistance, this is a ''bad'' thing as it means the system is aware of their presence, the [[ImplacableMan Agents]] are coming for them, and it's time to get the hell to an exit.

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* The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is ''Film/TheMatrix''. As Trinity explains, Deja Vu is caused by a glitch in the computer simulation, which usually signals that the programs running it have altered some fundamental law. In this case, [[spoiler: all the windows and doors have been filled in with bricks.]] For the Resistance, this is a ''bad'' thing as it means the system is aware of their presence, presence and the [[ImplacableMan Agents]] are coming for them, and it's time to get the hell to an exit.them.
2nd Dec '15 4:52:44 PM Dravencour
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* The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is ''Film/TheMatrix''. As Trinity explains, Deja Vu is caused by a glitch in the computer simulation, which usually signals that the programs running it have altered some fundamental law. In this case, [[spoiler: all the windows and doors have been filled in with bricks.]] Though for the rebels this is a ''bad'' thing as it means the system is aware of their presence and Agents will be on them soon.

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* The [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] is ''Film/TheMatrix''. As Trinity explains, Deja Vu is caused by a glitch in the computer simulation, which usually signals that the programs running it have altered some fundamental law. In this case, [[spoiler: all the windows and doors have been filled in with bricks.]] Though for For the rebels Resistance, this is a ''bad'' thing as it means the system is aware of their presence presence, the [[ImplacableMan Agents]] are coming for them, and Agents will be on them soon.it's time to get the hell to an exit.
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