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16th Sep '16 5:30:33 PM eroock
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6th Aug '16 9:38:09 AM nombretomado
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* The ComicBook/{{New God|s}} named Metron once crash landed on Earth and lost his memory. Because people in the DCUniverse are apparently extremely jaded the random little kid who saves him doesn't seem more than slightly surprised.

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* The ComicBook/{{New God|s}} named Metron once crash landed on Earth and lost his memory. Because people in the DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse are apparently extremely jaded the random little kid who saves him doesn't seem more than slightly surprised.
29th Jun '16 6:26:13 PM Doug86
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* The main character's family in ''[[YoungWizards Wizard's Holiday]]'' and part of ''[[YoungWizards Wizards at War]]'' is perfectly aware of the alien exchange students living in the basement, but they have to keep their existence secret from everyone else in town.

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* The main character's family in ''[[YoungWizards ''[[Literature/YoungWizards Wizard's Holiday]]'' and part of ''[[YoungWizards ''[[Literature/YoungWizards Wizards at War]]'' is perfectly aware of the alien exchange students living in the basement, but they have to keep their existence secret from everyone else in town.
23rd Jun '16 11:25:07 PM lavendermintrose
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* A good deal of humor in ''Anime/CodeGeass'' (especially in the side stories) stems from Lelouch having to hide C.C. in his room.

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* A good deal of humor in ''Anime/CodeGeass'' (especially in the side stories) stems from Lelouch having to hide C.C. in his room. In one audio drama, he and [[HoYay Suzaku]] have a conversation sitting on his bed while she is ''literally under the bed''. Kicking. Lelouch says it's a custom alarm clock.
19th Jun '16 2:42:26 AM Doug86
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* ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'': Sodam Yat's backstory has him taking care of an alien that has crash-landed on his planet, which just so happens to be ''very'' xenophobic, and stigmatizes any form of space travel[=/=]exploration.

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* ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'': ''Franchise/GreenLantern'': Sodam Yat's backstory has him taking care of an alien that has crash-landed on his planet, which just so happens to be ''very'' xenophobic, and stigmatizes any form of space travel[=/=]exploration.
8th May '16 1:51:18 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In one of the earliest ''MackBolan TheExecutioner'' novels by Don Pendleton, the protagonist is found by a "Marion the Librarian-type" after he has collapsed unconscious from his injuries following one of this raids on a Mafia target. She hides him in her house from both the police and the Mafia while she nurses him back to health and even launders his battle suit.

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* In one of the earliest ''MackBolan TheExecutioner'' ''Mack Bolan Literature/TheExecutioner'' novels by Don Pendleton, the protagonist is found by a "Marion the Librarian-type" after he has collapsed unconscious from his injuries following one of this raids on a Mafia target. She hides him in her house from both the police and the Mafia while she nurses him back to health and even launders his battle suit.
1st May '16 11:20:30 AM OgreProdigy
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* During the course of ''LightNovel/FateZero'', Waver has to hide Rider in the room he's "borrowing" from two locals. Rider, for his part, does not make this easy.

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* During the course of ''LightNovel/FateZero'', Waver has to hide Rider [[BoisterousBruiser Rider]] in the room he's "borrowing" from two locals. Rider, for his part, does not make this easy.
17th Mar '16 8:39:17 AM Willbyr
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* In ''RoseGunsDays'' Season 1, Claudia hides Leo and Rose in her house just above her restaurant, when [[TheMafia Caleb and his mooks]] put a reward on their head. Since she left club Primavera before Amanda took it over she can slip under their radar. Until Amanda remembers about her.

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* In ''RoseGunsDays'' ''VisualNovel/RoseGunsDays'' Season 1, Claudia hides Leo and Rose in her house just above her restaurant, when [[TheMafia Caleb and his mooks]] put a reward on their head. Since she left club Primavera before Amanda took it over she can slip under their radar. Until Amanda remembers about her.
24th Feb '16 5:31:11 AM erforce
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* Utilized in ''TheTransporter'' where Shu Qi's character, Lai, is introduced as "The new cook" (as opposed to "the maid") to the Police inspector who is surprised at the change in Frank's (Jason Statham's) normally routine, and deceptively mundane, lifestyle.

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* Utilized in ''TheTransporter'' ''Film/TheTransporter'' where Shu Qi's character, Lai, is introduced as "The new cook" (as opposed to "the maid") to the Police inspector who is surprised at the change in Frank's (Jason Statham's) normally routine, and deceptively mundane, lifestyle.



* In the 1997 Disney film ''UnderWraps,'' three kids hide a reanimated mummy in the main character's bedroom. This is where his obsession with horror film memorabilia comes in handy.
* In the Soviet classic ''IvanVasilievich'', Shurik is an inventor whose TimeMachine accidentally brings Ivan the Terrible to his apartment. He is forced to hide the tsar from his wife, nosy neighbors, and the police, while he fixes the damaged machine. The twist is the tsar is a dead ringer for one of his neighbors (who is stuck in the past, impersonating the tsar), so naturally everyone assumes it's him.

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* In the 1997 Disney film ''UnderWraps,'' ''Film/UnderWraps,'' three kids hide a reanimated mummy in the main character's bedroom. This is where his obsession with horror film memorabilia comes in handy.
* In the Soviet classic ''IvanVasilievich'', ''Film/IvanVasilievichChangesProfession'', Shurik is an inventor whose TimeMachine accidentally brings Ivan the Terrible to his apartment. He is forced to hide the tsar from his wife, nosy neighbors, and the police, while he fixes the damaged machine. The twist is the tsar is a dead ringer for one of his neighbors (who is stuck in the past, impersonating the tsar), so naturally everyone assumes it's him.
20th Jan '16 8:56:45 AM Veanne
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* TrappedInAnotherWorld, which is (for several reasons) inhospitable to her, Emily from ''Webcomic/Astray3'' finds shelter with a friendly local family. [[spoiler: This ends in a disaster.]]

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* TrappedInAnotherWorld, which is (for several reasons) inhospitable to her, Emily from ''Webcomic/Astray3'' ''Webcomic/{{Astray3}}'' finds shelter with a friendly local family. [[spoiler: This ends in a disaster.]]
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