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27th Oct '17 11:05:43 AM Grudgeal
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* In the opening of ''VideoGame/ShadowrunReturns: [[ExpansionPack Dragonfall]]'', it's revealed your opening job came by the way of an anarchist called Green Winters who sent you on the run by telling your leader it was vital to the future safety of the Flux State. [[spoiler:It turns out Green Winters ''really'' wanted you to find his brother who he suspected was imprisoned in the mansion he sent you to, and lied to get your team leader to take the job -- but the conspiracy that disappeared his brother turns out to be working on a project that was going to destroy Berlin and the Flux State and Green Winters was unaware of that part.]] The party even notes the DramaticIrony of the situation once you discover the truth.
14th Oct '17 7:53:23 PM TheWanderer
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* Played with in an episode of ''Series/BurnNotice''--Michael goes to a lot of trouble FramingTheGuiltyParty as being an undercover cop, only he hid the fake evidence a little too well, and the guy's boss almost doesn't find it. At the last moment, he finds… different evidence. Turns out the guy ''was'' an undercover cop; cue OhCrap moment.

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* Played with in an episode of ''Series/BurnNotice''--Michael ''Series/BurnNotice'': Michael is hired to get rid of a LoanShark who is making a woman's life miserable. He goes to a lot of trouble FramingTheGuiltyParty making it look as being though the loan shark is an undercover cop, and then poses as another criminal and informs the guy's boss. The only he problem is Michael and company hid the fake evidence a little too well, and the guy's boss almost doesn't find it. At Then at the last moment, before the boss is about to give up and probably kill Michael for wasting his time, he finds… different evidence. Turns out the guy ''was'' loan shark ''really was'' [[FramingTheGuiltyParty an undercover cop; cue cop]]. Cue OhCrap moment.
23rd Sep '17 5:53:28 PM Eddy1215
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey'', when Adam is tired of Jake making up lies about him to put in the school newspaper, he decides to give Jake a taste of his own medicine and write a lie about him. However, his story about Jake getting "cheek implants" turns out to be true. This is lampshaded by Lupe.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey'', when Adam is tired of Jake making up lies about him to put in the school newspaper, he decides to give Jake [[ATasteOfTheirOwnMedicine a taste of his own medicine medicine]] and write a lie about him. However, his story about Jake getting "cheek implants" turns out to be true. This is lampshaded by Lupe.
5th Sep '17 9:01:40 PM Nadim
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* In ''Series/ANTFarm'', Chyna makes up the fake character "Dorian Bannister" as an excuse whenever she needs a good excuse. Coincidentally, someone actually named Dorian Bannister works at Z-Tech.
3rd Sep '17 8:42:32 AM Eddy1215
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* Sort of in ''Film/{{Johnny English}}''. Johnny makes up a false description of a man who stole the crown jewels. Surprisingly, a man identical to Johnny's description appears in the epilogue.

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* Sort of in ''Film/{{Johnny English}}''.''Film/JohnnyEnglish''. Johnny makes up a false description of a man who stole the crown jewels. Surprisingly, a man identical to Johnny's description appears in the epilogue.



* In ''Series/{{ANT Farm}}'', Chyna makes up the fake character "Dorian Bannister" as an excuse whenever she needs a good excuse. Coincidentally, someone actually named Dorian Bannister works at Z-Tech.

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* In ''Series/{{ANT Farm}}'', ''Series/ANTFarm'', Chyna makes up the fake character "Dorian Bannister" as an excuse whenever she needs a good excuse. Coincidentally, someone actually named Dorian Bannister works at Z-Tech.
3rd Sep '17 3:01:54 AM Nadim
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* In ''Series/{{ANT Farm}}'', Chyna makes up the fake character "Dorian Bannister" as an excuse whenever she needs a good excuse. Coincidentally, someone actually named Dorian Bannister works at Z-Tech.
3rd Sep '17 2:51:44 AM Nadim
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'', in order to get rid of Mr. Herriman so they can have a party, Bloo used the old crank call where he asks "Is your refrigerator running?" and amazingly, it works; Herriman runs off to chase it. However, as it turns out Herriman didn't do this because he was gullible; his refrigerator ''has'' been known to run off (it, like a lot of furniture in the house, is an imaginary friend) and it did so this time too. He only finds out about the party after he's done scolding it.

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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'', in order to get rid of Mr. Herriman so they can have a party, Bloo used the old crank prank call where he asks "Is your refrigerator running?" and amazingly, it works; Herriman runs off to chase it. However, as it turns out Herriman didn't do this because he was gullible; his refrigerator ''has'' been known to run off (it, like a lot of furniture in the house, is an imaginary friend) and it did so this time too. He only finds out about the party after he's done scolding it.
3rd Sep '17 2:45:08 AM Nadim
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* In ''Film/GeekCharming'', Johnny says Dylan got something in her contact lens to hide the fact that they were having a moment when caught by Amy and Asher. Although Dylan denies wearing contact lenses, we sees her the next morning wearing glasses after dropping one of her contact lenses in the sink.

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* In ''Film/GeekCharming'', Johnny says Dylan got something in her contact lens to hide the fact that they were having a moment when caught by Amy and Asher. Although Dylan denies wearing contact lenses, we sees see her the next morning wearing glasses after dropping one of her contact lenses in the sink.
3rd Sep '17 2:42:28 AM Nadim
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* In ''Film/GeekCharming'', Johnny says dropped her contact lens to hide the fact that they were having a moment when caught by Amy and Asher. Although Dylan denies wearing contact lenses, we sees her the next morning wearing glasses after dropping one of her contact lenses in the sink.

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* In ''Film/GeekCharming'', Johnny says dropped Dylan got something in her contact lens to hide the fact that they were having a moment when caught by Amy and Asher. Although Dylan denies wearing contact lenses, we sees her the next morning wearing glasses after dropping one of her contact lenses in the sink.
3rd Sep '17 2:40:36 AM Nadim
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* In ''Film/GeekCharming'', Johnny says dropped her contact lens to hide the fact that they were having a moment when caught by Amy and Asher. Although Dylan denies wearing contact lenses, we sees her the next morning wearing glasses after dropping one of her contact lenses in the sink.


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* Sort of in ''Film/{{Johnny English}}''. Johnny makes up a false description of a man who stole the crown jewels. Surprisingly, a man identical to Johnny's description appears in the epilogue.
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