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2nd Aug '16 12:23:06 PM jamespolk
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* Most of the second half of ''Film/TheBloodOfJesus''. An angel appears, and the spirit of Martha joins her. The angel sends Martha off on a journey that is supposed to end on the crossroads between Heaven and Hell. Judas, sent by Satan, lures Martha into a life of debauchery that involves jazz clubs and prostitution. Martha eventually finds her way, and is redeemed by the blood of Jesus falling from the cross.
23rd Jul '16 12:00:12 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Series/{{House}} is shot and enters a coma hallucination in which the man who shot him shares his hospital room during recovery. He wills himself out of his coma through sheer GenreSavvy.

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* Series/{{House}} is shot and enters a coma hallucination in which the man who shot him shares his hospital room during recovery. He wills himself out of his coma through sheer GenreSavvy.coma.
19th May '16 6:06:21 PM nombretomado
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* On ''MyNameIsEarl'', Earl spends the second half of the third season in a coma, during which he dreams he's in an old sitcom like the ones he used to watch as a child.

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* On ''MyNameIsEarl'', ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'', Earl spends the second half of the third season in a coma, during which he dreams he's in an old sitcom like the ones he used to watch as a child.
1st Apr '16 4:48:03 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheDrewCareyShow,'' Drew once had to choose his real life over his idyllic-for-him coma life (he would have died if he'd stayed.)

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* In ''TheDrewCareyShow,'' ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow,'' Drew once had to choose his real life over his idyllic-for-him coma life (he would have died if he'd stayed.)
19th Mar '16 3:12:18 AM Hossmeister
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4th Mar '16 2:21:42 PM Cavery210
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* ''Film/TheWizardofOz'' may have been this for Dorothy. Uncle Henry thought for a moment that she was going to leave them. There may have been an unstated choice to return to Kansas and live, or stay in Oz and die.

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* ''Film/TheWizardofOz'' The film version ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' may have been this for Dorothy. Uncle Henry thought for a moment that she was going to leave them. There may have been an unstated choice to return to Kansas and live, or stay in Oz and die. Averted in the books, Oz was actually real.
7th Feb '16 9:59:35 AM Dravencour
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* In ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys4'', it's heavily implied [[spoiler: you're playing as the victim of a serious brain injury, and everything that's happening is a terrible hallucination as a result of [[BrainFood his head being crushed by an animatronic's mouth]]. Sometimes when you look back at the bed, you'll see an I.V. drip bag and pills on the bedside table, implying he's in the hospital.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys4'', it's heavily implied [[spoiler: you're playing as the victim of a serious brain injury, the infamous "Bite of '87", and everything that's happening is a terrible hallucination as a result of [[BrainFood his head being crushed by an animatronic's mouth]]. Sometimes when you look back at the bed, you'll see an I.V. drip bag and pills on the bedside table, implying he's in the hospital.]]
20th Jan '16 8:16:11 PM Sark0TAG
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* Most likely the setting of ''VideoGame/{{Penumbra}}: Requiem'', as this is what happens to people when they contract the Tuurngait virus.
23rd Nov '15 4:07:26 AM Prfnoff
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* The world of ''EternalSonata'' and everything in it is the dream of Chopin, who is on his death bed and having a fever dream.

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* The world of ''EternalSonata'' ''VideoGame/EternalSonata'' and everything in it is the dream of Chopin, who is on his death bed and having a fever dream.



* ''DriverSanFrancisco'' has the city of San Francisco itself as the Comaland, hand waving the protagonist's ability to teleport between cars.

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* ''DriverSanFrancisco'' ''VideoGame/DriverSanFrancisco'' has the city of San Francisco itself as the Comaland, hand waving the protagonist's ability to teleport between cars.



* In ''DrawnToLife'', the [[spoiler:entire Raposa world]] is all just a coma dream. [[OrWasItADream Maybe]].

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* In ''DrawnToLife'', ''VideoGame/DrawnToLife'', the [[spoiler:entire Raposa world]] is all just a coma dream. [[OrWasItADream Maybe]].
6th Oct '15 12:12:18 PM RainFairy
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* Kakyou Kuzuki pulls this in ''Manga/{{X 1999}}'', since he is comatose in the real world but his DreamWeaver powers allow him to dive into the minds and dreams of other people. [[spoiler: That's how he met Hokuto Sumeragi in the past, and later befriends Kotori Monou in her brief non-Ophelian moments towards the end of her life.]]
** In the TV series only, [[spoiler: the aforementioned Kotori manages to pull a similar feat. Instead of becoming TheOphelia, her body falls into a coma while her mind reminds more or less stable, so she starts using her own DreamWeaver abilities instead of going crazy.]]
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