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* ''VideoGame/TheTalosPrinciple'': When climbing the Tower, the player learns that [[spoiler: Sheep, the questioning A.I. who desperately sought meaning in the world, and Shepherd, the guide who gives the most helpful and positive advice of all the bots, are one and the same: Sheep took on the moniker of Shepherd after climbing the Tower and learning the truth of the simulation, but being blocked by Samsara from ascending.]]
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* Phil in Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}''.



%%* Phil in Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}''.



* In ''Film/{{Braveheart}}'', as William Wallace arrives at Stirling before battle.
-->'''Wallace:''' Sons of Scotland, I am William Wallace!
-->'''Scottish Soldier:''' [[ExpectingSomeoneTaller William Wallace is seven feet tall]]!
-->'''Wallace:''' [[ShroudedInMyth Yes, I've heard. Kills men by the hundreds]], and if he were here, [[MemeticBadass he'd consume the English with fireballs from his eyes and bolts of lightning from his arse]]!
-->(''the Scottish Army laughs'')
-->'''Wallace:''' I ''AM'' William Wallace!



* In ''Film/TheLastStarfighter'', when Centauri asks who made the highest score on the Starfighter video game, Alex replies: "Alex Rogan. You're looking at him."

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* In ''Film/TheLastStarfighter'', the movie version of ''Film/{{Clue}}'', in one of the possible endings, Wadsworth reveals himself as Mr. Boddy, saying that the alleged Mr. Boddy was, in fact, his butler, and not the other way around.
* ''The Devil and Miss Jones'' is based on this trope,
when Centauri asks who made a millionaire goes under cover to locate the highest score source of trouble in the department store he owns.
* In ''Film/ElDiablo'', Anthony Edwards' character is searching for legendary "Kid Durango" with the help of a man named Van Leek only to later discover that the exploits of Kid Durango are based
on the Starfighter video game, Alex replies: "Alex Rogan. You're looking at him."adventures of Van Leek.



* In ''Film/{{Dragonheart}}'', Bowen swears vengeance on a Dragon who kept prince Einon alive with an ancient ritual and turned him evil (not realizing Einon was evil to begin with). When he meets Draco many years later and is told he is the LastOfHisKind, Bowen's first thought is that the dragon he hunted must already be dead, and does not figure out that Draco is that dragon until they travel to Avalon together.



* In ''Film/ElDiablo'', Anthony Edwards' character is searching for legendary "Kid Durango" with the help of a man named Van Leek only to later discover that the exploits of Kid Durango are based on the adventures of Van Leek.



* In ''[[TheFastAndTheFurious Fast and Furious]]'', Dominic and Brian are searching for Campos, the leader of a narcotics gang. Only near the end do they realize Campos is actually the man who pretended to be his assistant.



* A somewhat stranger version happens in the Muppet adaptation, ''Film/HeyCinderella''. Through various circumstances, neither Cinderella nor Prince Arthur realize they danced with one another at the ball, even though they already met. (Cinderella was looking for a gardener named Arthur and Prince Arthur was looking for a peasant girl named Cinderella). When Arthur goes searching the kingdom for the beautiful maiden he danced with, on his father's orders, he and Cinderella finally meet again and their actual identities are revealed to one another. Cinderella is pleased to learn that the prince she danced with and Arthur the gardener are one and the same, but it takes a little more evidence to prove that she really was the beautiful maiden.



* In ''Film/IronMan'', [[spoiler:Tony reads off a phony explanation of the battle at the end, before caving and saying, "I am Iron Man."]]



* In ''Film/TheLastStarfighter'', when Centauri asks who made the highest score on the Starfighter video game, Alex replies: "Alex Rogan. You're looking at him."



* In KennethBranagh's version of ''Theatre/TheMagicFlute'', the Speaker and Sarastro are played by the same person, leading to this.



* In ''Film/{{Obsessed}}'', when the main character and the [[StalkerWithACrush psychotic temp]] first meet, the latter mentions having to deliver a file to "Derek Charles' office", not knowing that she is talking to him. Derek then says, "Derek Charles" is "[[SelfDeprecation an asshole. Takes himself way too seriously]]. But don't tell him I said that, OK?" Shortly afterwards, she learns the truth.
* ''Franchise/StarWars'':
** ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'': Queen Amidala traveled with a host of decoys for security purposes, it seems. What makes her an example of the trope is that she's always disguised as one of her own attendants, as opposed to moving completely behind the scenes. Qui-Gon knows handmaiden Padme is the queen, and takes every opportunity to rile her up when mentioning how the queen will approve of his choices.
-->'''Padme:''' You assume too much.
** In ''Film/ANewHope'' when Luke's looking for Obi-Wan Kenobi, although in that case he's actually already an acquaintance under another name ("Old Ben" Kenobi). Luke momentarily speculates that it might be Old Ben, but he's not expecting it. In this case, Ben tells him straight-out that he's Obi-Wan instead of hiding it.
--> "Of course I know him; he's me."
** ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' follows this formula perfectly when Luke is looking for Yoda. In addition, [[LukeIAmYourFather Darth Vader turns out to be Luke's long-lost father]].



* In KennethBranagh's version of ''Theatre/TheMagicFlute'', the Speaker and Sarastro are played by the same person, leading to this.
* ''Franchise/StarWars''
** In ''Film/ANewHope'' when Luke's looking for Obi-Wan Kenobi, although in that case he's actually already an acquaintance under another name ("Old Ben" Kenobi). Luke momentarily speculates that it might be Old Ben, but he's not expecting it. In this case, Ben tells him straight-out that he's Obi-Wan instead of hiding it.
--> "Of course I know him; he's me."
** ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' follows this formula perfectly when Luke is looking for Yoda. In addition, [[LukeIAmYourFather Darth Vader turns out to be Luke's long-lost father]].
** Also, in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'', Queen Amidala traveled with a host of decoys for security purposes, it seems. What makes her an example of the trope is that she's always disguised as one of her own attendants, as opposed to moving completely behind the scenes. Qui-Gon knows handmaiden Padme is the queen, and takes every opportunity to rile her up when mentioning how the queen will approve of his choices.
-->'''Padme:''' You assume too much.



* The Devil and Miss Jones is based on this trope when a millionaire goes under cover to locate the source of trouble in the department store he owns.
* In ''Film/{{Dragonheart}}'', Bowen swears vengeance on a Dragon who kept prince Einon alive with an ancient ritual and turned him evil (not realizing Einon was evil to begin with). When he meets Draco many years later and is told he is the LastOfHisKind, Bowen's first thought is that the dragon he hunted must already be dead, and does not figure out that Draco is that dragon until they travel to Avalon together.
* In ''[[TheFastAndTheFurious Fast and Furious]]'', Dominic and Brian are searching for Campos, the leader of a narcotics gang. Only near the end do they realize Campos is actually the man who pretended to be his assistant.
* In ''Film/{{Obsessed}}'', when the main character and the [[StalkerWithACrush psychotic temp]] first meet, the latter mentions having to deliver a file to "Derek Charles' office", not knowing that she is talking to him. Derek then says, "Derek Charles" is "[[SelfDeprecation an asshole. Takes himself way too seriously]]. But don't tell him I said that, OK?" Shortly afterwards, she learns the truth.
* In the movie version of ''Film/{{Clue}}'', in one of the possible endings, Wadsworth reveals himself as Mr. Boddy, saying that the alleged Mr. Boddy was, in fact, his butler, and not the other way around.
* A somewhat stranger version happens in the Muppet adaptation, ''Film/HeyCinderella'' Through various circumstances, neither Cinderella nor Prince Arthur realize they danced with one another at the ball, even though they already met. (Cinderella was looking for a gardener named Arthur and Prince Arthur was looking for a peasant girl named Cinderella). When Arthur goes searching the kingdom for the beautiful maiden he danced with, on his father's orders, he and Cinderella finally meet again and their actual identities are revealed to one another. Cinderella is pleased to learn that the prince she danced with and Arthur the gardener are one and the same, but it takes a little more evidence to prove that she really was the beautiful maiden.



* In ''Film/IronMan'', [[spoiler:Tony reads off a phony explanation of the battle at the end, before caving and saying, "I am Iron Man."]]



* In ''Film/{{Braveheart}}'', as William Wallace arrives at Stirling before battle.
-->'''Wallace:''' Sons of Scotland, I am William Wallace!
-->'''Scottish Soldier:''' [[ExpectingSomeoneTaller William Wallace is seven feet tall]]!
-->'''Wallace:''' [[ShroudedInMyth Yes, I've heard. Kills men by the hundreds]], and if he were here, [[MemeticBadass he'd consume the English with fireballs from his eyes and bolts of lightning from his arse]]!
-->(''the Scottish Army laughs'')
-->'''Wallace:''' I ''AM'' William Wallace!



* In ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' season 3, Eric tries applying for an internship at a TV station. He does well, but messes up a little bit in the interview compared to the very sharp-dressed young man he has as competition. After the interview, Eric talks with the janitor cleaning up the place and is genuinely nice to the old man, while bemoaning how he screw up in front of the most important person in the station, the woman doing the interviews. The janitor corrects Eric, the woman is the second most important person. He is the first, as he is the station manager, and impressed with Eric's attitude and treatment of him, hires Eric for the job.



** Happens in the never-finished serial "Shada" when the somewhat doddery old [[spoiler:Professor Chronotis turns out to be the notorious Time Lord renegade Salyavin]].

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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E6TheTalonsOfWengChiang "The Talons of Weng-Chiang"]]: Theatre manager Henry Gordon Jago has arrived at Professor George Litefoot's house to be greeted by someone he [[MistakenForServant thinks is Litefoot's manservant]]. It's actually Litefoot himself.
** Happens in the never-finished serial "Shada" [[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E6Shada "Shada"]], when the somewhat doddery old [[spoiler:Professor Chronotis turns out to be the notorious Time Lord renegade Salyavin]].



** "The Talons of Weng-Chiang" contains another example. Theatre manager Henry Gordon Jago has arrived at Professor George Litefoot's house to be greeted by someone he [[MistakenForServant thinks is Litefoot's manservant]]. It's actually Litefoot himself.
** "Day of the Doctor" had the War Doctor arriving through a portal looking for his future self. He met 10 and 11 and thought that they were companions.
----> War Doctor: I'm looking for the Doctor.
----> Ten: You came to the right place.

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** [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Talons of Weng-Chiang" contains another example. Theatre manager Henry Gordon Jago has arrived at Professor George Litefoot's house to be greeted by someone he [[MistakenForServant thinks is Litefoot's manservant]]. It's actually Litefoot himself.
** "Day
Day of the Doctor" had the Doctor"]]: The War Doctor arriving arrives through a portal looking for his future self. He met 10 and 11 and thought that they were companions.
----> War Doctor: ---->'''War Doctor:''' I'm looking for the Doctor.
----> Ten: You came
Doctor.\\
'''Ten:''' Well, you've certainly come
to the right place.



* ''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'': Used in the very first episode when the Pai Zhua students are looking for a certain martial arts master to train them. First they run into the laid-back pizza maker RJ - then the monsters attack and RJ steps in to make quick work of them, revealing himself as the Pai Zhua master they're looking for.
* ''Series/{{Revolution}}'': In the [[Recap/RevolutionS1E1Pilot premiere]], Miles only tells the other characters that he's the guy they're looking for after learning that Charlie is the daughter of his recently-deceased brother.
* PlayedWith in the HBO Comedy Special ''Creator/RodneyDangerfield: Nothin' Goes Right''. The cold open has Rodney having his makeup done by an attractive woman, and a male barber giving him a shave. Putting the moves on her, Rodney says, "Why don't you tell your husband you're working late, and then you and me'll go out for a drink?" She replies, "You can tell him that yourself. He's shaving you." The camera pans over to the barber, who's giving Rodney [[DeathGlare the stink-eye]]. Rodney turns to the camera and does a TitleDrop.



* Used to comic effect in the pilot episode of ''Series/TheWestWing''. Sam is told he'll be meeting with "Leo's daughter's fourth-grade class" to tell them a little bit about the history of the White House. When he meets with the class in the Roosevelt Room, he gives them a fake, fanciful history because he doesn't know anything about the White House. The class's teacher takes him outside the room and berates him. He responds by telling her his and the administration's travails (including that he "accidentally slept with a prostitute"), and asks her to tell him which of the students is Leo's daughter so he can see that she gets personal attention. The teacher reveals that ''she herself'' is Mallory, Leo [=McGarry's=] daughter, to which Sam responds, "Well, this is bad on so many levels."



* ''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'': Used in the very first episode when the Pai Zhua students are looking for a certain martial arts master to train them. First they run into the laid-back pizza maker RJ - then the monsters attack and RJ steps in to make quick work of them, revealing himself as the Pai Zhua master they're looking for.
* ''Series/{{Revolution}}'': In the [[Recap/RevolutionS1E1Pilot premiere]], Miles only tells the other characters that he's the guy they're looking for after learning that Charlie is the daughter of his recently-deceased brother.

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* ''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'': Used in the very first episode when the Pai Zhua students are looking for a certain martial arts master to train them. First they run into the laid-back pizza maker RJ - then the monsters attack [[/folder]]

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and RJ steps in to make quick work of them, revealing himself as the Pai Zhua master they're looking for.
* ''Series/{{Revolution}}'': In the [[Recap/RevolutionS1E1Pilot premiere]], Miles only tells the other characters that he's the guy they're looking for after learning that Charlie is the daughter of his recently-deceased brother.
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* Used to comic effect in the pilot episode of ''Series/TheWestWing''. Sam is told he'll be meeting with "Leo's daughter's fourth-grade class" to tell them a little bit about the history of the White House. When he meets with the class in the Roosevelt Room, he gives them a fake, fanciful history because he doesn't know anything about the White House. The class's teacher takes him outside the room and berates him. He responds by telling her his and the administration's travails (including that he "accidentally slept with a prostitute"), and asks her to tell him which of the students is Leo's daughter so he can see that she gets personal attention. The teacher reveals that ''she herself'' is Mallory, Leo [=McGarry's=] daughter, to which Sam responds, "Well, this is bad on so many levels."
* In ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' season 3, Eric tries applying for an internship at a TV station. He does well, but messes up a little bit in the interview compared to the very sharp-dressed young man he has as competition. After the interview, Eric talks with the janitor cleaning up the place and is genuinely nice to the old man, while bemoaning how he screw up in front of the most important person in the station, the woman doing the interviews. The janitor corrects Eric, the woman is the second most important person. He is the first, as he is the station manager, and impressed with Eric's attitude and treatment of him, hires Eric for the job.
* PlayedWith in the HBO Comedy Special ''Creator/RodneyDangerfield: Nothin' Goes Right''. The cold open has Rodney having his makeup done by an attractive woman, and a male barber giving him a shave. Putting the moves on her, Rodney says, "Why don't you tell your husband you're working late, and then you and me'll go out for a drink?" She replies, "You can tell him that yourself. He's shaving you." The camera pans over to the barber, who's giving Rodney [[DeathGlare the stink-eye]]. Rodney turns to the camera and does a TitleDrop.



* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': In the episode "The Ultimate Enemy," Dark Danny, Danny's [[FutureMeScaresMe evil self]] from a BadFuture, travels back in time to secure his existence, [[VoluntaryShapeshifting disguised]] as present Danny. When Jazz uses the Fenton Peeler to expose him, Jack and Maddie promptly demand to know what he did to "their boy," to which Dark Danny informs him ''he'' is their boy, followed by a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech about their ParentalObliviousness:
-->'''Dark Danny''': [''EvilLaugh''] I ''am'' "your boy!" What kind of parents are you, anyway? The world's leading paranormal experts, and you couldn't figure out your ''own son'' was half-ghost! Hello! Danny ''Fenton''. Danny ''Phantom''. Ever notice the similarities?
* Played for laughs in the third-season ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Flaming Moe's." Moe's bar, temporarily tremendously popular due to Moe's appropriation of Homer's drink, the "Flaming Homer," possesses a man going by "Hugh Jass," the fake name that Bart chose to prank the bar with. Jass good-naturedly allowed Bart to bail on the failed prank call.



* Master Dashi in ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown''.
* From ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes The Wild Hare]]'':

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* Master Dashi ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': In the episode "The Ultimate Enemy," Dark Danny, Danny's [[FutureMeScaresMe evil self]] from a BadFuture, travels back in ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown''.
* From ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes
time to secure his existence, [[VoluntaryShapeshifting disguised]] as present Danny. When Jazz uses the Fenton Peeler to expose him, Jack and Maddie promptly demand to know what he did to "their boy", to which Dark Danny informs him ''he'' is their boy, followed by a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech about their ParentalObliviousness:
-->'''Dark Danny''': [''EvilLaugh''] I ''am'' "your boy"! What kind of parents are you, anyway?
The world's leading paranormal experts, and you couldn't figure out your ''own son'' was half-ghost! Hello! Danny ''Fenton''. Danny ''Phantom''. Ever notice the similarities?
* Inverted in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "A Better World": The Justice League are trapped in an AlternateUniverse ruled by KnightTemplar {{Evil Counterpart}}s to the league, and are ambushed by the army. Justice Lord Batman (whom the league are trying to avoid) then turns up and calls off the army, making Superman think [[ImpersonatingTheEvilTwin it's their Batman in disguise]].
-->'''Superman:''' You fooled them all. Even ''I'' thought you were him!\\
'''Lord Batman:''' I ''am'' him.
* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'': "The
Wild Hare]]'':Hare":



* WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck is (actual) Myth/RobinHood in "Robin Hood Daffy" but Porky Pig, as Friar Tuck, refuses to believe him. The entire cartoon is spent on Daffy trying to prove that he is indeed Robin Hood and making himself look ridiculous in process. In the end, he quits trying and joins Porky as a man of cloth, [[LamePun Friar Duck]].

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* ** WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck is (actual) Myth/RobinHood in "Robin Hood Daffy" but Porky Pig, as Friar Tuck, refuses to believe him. The entire cartoon is spent on Daffy trying to prove that he is indeed Robin Hood and making himself look ridiculous in process. In the end, he quits trying and joins Porky as a man of cloth, [[LamePun Friar Duck]].Duck]].
* The 1962 Paramount cartoon ''Perry Popgun'' has the titular detective entering a club in disguise, and everyone recognizes him. Everyone except his girlfriend Goldie, who slaps him when he approaches her.



* Inverted in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' episode "A Better World": The Justice League are trapped in an AlternateUniverse ruled by KnightTemplar {{Evil Counterpart}}s to the league, and are ambushed by the army. Justice Lord Batman (whom the league are trying to avoid) then turns up and calls off the army, making Superman think [[ImpersonatingTheEvilTwin it's their Batman in disguise]].
-->'''Superman:''' You fooled them all. Even ''I'' thought you were him!\\
'''Lord Batman:''' I ''am'' him.

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* Inverted in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' An episode "A Better World": The Justice League are trapped in an AlternateUniverse ruled by KnightTemplar {{Evil Counterpart}}s to of the league, ''WesternAnimation/PolePosition'' animated series had the characters sent to retrieve a sensitive research satellite for a "Doctor T. Russell". Along the way, they're helped by this flannel-wearing, backwoods-type CoolOldLady named "Dora". Meanwhile two fellows, both claiming to be "Dr. Ted Russell" and are ambushed by the army. Justice Lord Batman (whom the league "Dr. Tom Russell" are trying to avoid) then turns up get the satellite. The protagonists finally find it...and calls off the army, making Superman think [[ImpersonatingTheEvilTwin it's their Batman backwoods-lady reveals that they're ''both'' industrial spies. Her full name is Dr. ''Theodora'' Russell, and she just happens to live out in disguise]].
-->'''Superman:''' You fooled them all. Even ''I'' thought you were him!\\
'''Lord Batman:''' I ''am'' him.
the middle of nowhere.
* Played for laughs in the third-season ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Flaming Moe's". Moe's bar, temporarily tremendously popular due to Moe's appropriation of Homer's drink, the "Flaming Homer", possesses a man going by "Hugh Jass", the fake name that Bart chose to prank the bar with. Jass good-naturedly allowed Bart to bail on the failed prank call.



* An episode of the ''WesternAnimation/PolePosition'' animated series had the characters sent to retrieve a sensitive research satellite for a "Doctor T. Russell." Along the way, they're helped by this flannel-wearing, backwoods-type CoolOldLady named "Dora." Meanwhile two fellows, both claiming to be "Dr. Ted Russell" and "Dr. Tom Russell" are trying to get the satellite. The protagonists finally find it...and the backwoods-lady reveals that they're ''both'' industrial spies. Her full name is Dr. ''Theodora'' Russell, and she just happens to live out in the middle of nowhere.
* The 1962 Paramount cartoon ''Perry Popgun'' has the titular detective entering a club in disguise, and everyone recognizes him. Everyone except his girlfriend Goldie, who slaps him when he approaches her.


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%%* Master Dashi in ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown''.
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': After a battle during which Onni provided a lot of magic support long-distance, Reynir decides to check on him via the mage-exclusive TalkingInYourDreams system. Once in Onni's protected area, he sees an owl sitting on a tree branch, assumes it's Onni's luonto and goes to pet it while asking it if it knows where "his human" is. With the extra info that Onni has been shown to be able to take his luonto's form in a previous chapter, guess who Reynir turns out to actually be petting and calling "little buddy".
20th Feb '17 3:55:15 AM Doug86
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* ''JudgeDee'' frequently disguises himself as a peasant or traveling martial arts instructor (the latter suits him much better) during his investigations. This frequently results in him dropping "''I'' am the magistrate" when things get serious and someone suggests to report to the judge.

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* ''JudgeDee'' ''Literature/JudgeDee'' frequently disguises himself as a peasant or traveling martial arts instructor (the latter suits him much better) during his investigations. This frequently results in him dropping "''I'' am the magistrate" when things get serious and someone suggests to report to the judge.
8th Feb '17 10:09:53 AM SparkyYoungUpstart
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* In ''Literature/TheReader2016'', it's revealed near the end that Rajar, the assistant of Tanin, is [[spoiler: the one who has been commanding the Impressors to kidnap young boys and leading the raids on the Ephygian bay in the name of Serakeen. Serakeen isn't a real person, but for all intents and purposes Rajar fulfills the role required of the character]].
17th Jan '17 6:34:19 PM Thorion
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* TheEvabonSaga: A variation, if not a very amusing one. The kittens at first assume a four-legged beast called a Tolac is Gard. As it turns out, it is not Gard but rather his pet tolac Calaban.

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* TheEvabonSaga: A variation, if When Gard and Tygra initially met the latter believed the former to be some long tormented victim of the former himself whom the latter perceived to be a monster. Upon realizing that Gard was not a very amusing one. The kittens at first assume a four-legged beast called a Tolac is Gard. As it turns out, it is not Gard but rather his pet tolac Calaban.monster and that by wanting to kill him he would have committed murder, Tygra breaks down into tears.
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* TheEvabonSaga: A variation, if not a very amusing one. The kittens at first assume a four-legged beast called a Tolac is Gard. As it turns out, it is not Gard but rather his pet tolac Calaban.
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* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': In the episode "The Ultimate Enemy," Dark Danny, Danny's [[FutureMeScaresMe evil self]] from a BadFuture, travels back in time to secure his existence, [[VoluntaryShapeshifting disguised]] as present Danny. When Jazz uses the Fenton Peeler to expose him, Jack and Maddie promptly demand to know what he did to "their boy," to which Dark Danny informs him ''he'' is their boy, followed by a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech about their ParentalObliviousness:
-->'''Dark Danny''': [''EvilLaugh''] I ''am'' "your boy!" What kind of parents are you, anyway? The world's leading paranormal experts, and you couldn't figure out your ''own son'' was half-ghost! Hello! Danny ''Fenton''. Danny ''Phantom''. Ever notice the similarities?
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* An Athenian named Aristides, nicknamed "the Just" is said to have once been approached by a man who didn't not recognise him who wanted help writing the name Aristides on an ostrakon (a piece of broken pottery that Athenians used as scrap paper) as his vote for who to ostracise. When asked why he wanted Aristides ostracised, the stranger replied that he'd never met him, but was sick of hearing him called "the Just". Being an honest man, Aristides wrotes his own name on the ostrakon, and ended up ostracised, though presumably by more than one vote.
18th Dec '16 9:46:37 PM Tamfang
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** The 2005 papal conclave following the death of Pope John Paul II was presided over by Joseph Ratzinger, then Dean of the College of Cardinals, and shortly thereafter was elected Pope Benedict XVI. He was leader of the enclave ''ex officio'', and was considered, as it were, the frontrunner even before John Paul II was dead.

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** The 2005 papal conclave of Cardinals following the death or abdication of a Pope is presided over by the Dean of the College of Cardinals. In 2005, after the death of Pope John Paul II II, the Dean was presided over by Joseph Ratzinger, then Dean of whom the College of Cardinals, and shortly thereafter was conclave elected Pope Benedict XVI. XVI. He was leader of the enclave ''ex officio'', and was considered, as it were, the frontrunner even before John Paul II was dead.



* There's an Italian joke subverting this trope: Jesus walks along the street when he sees a sad old man sitting on a bench. He stops and asks him what his name is and why he is sad. He says his name is Joseph and he has lost his son. "How do you recognise your son?" "He has nails in his hands and feet." "Father!" "Pinocchio!" (Gepetto is an Italian diminutive for Giuseppe - Joseph.)

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* There's an Italian joke subverting this trope: Jesus walks along the street when he sees a sad old man sitting on a bench. He stops and asks him what his name is and why he is sad. He says his name is Joseph and he has lost his son. "How do will you recognise your son?" "He has nails in his hands and feet." "Father!" "Pinocchio!" (Gepetto (Geppetto is an Italian a diminutive for Giuseppe - Giuseppe, the Italian form of Joseph.)
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