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24th May '16 12:50:16 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Also, whispering to Simba that he indeed killed Mufasa wasn't too bright, as it led to Simba's BerserkButton being pushed.

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** Also, whispering to Simba that he indeed killed Mufasa wasn't too bright, as it led to Simba's BerserkButton being pushed.HeroicSecondWind.
24th May '16 12:17:28 AM JoeCB1991
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* Dr. Evil employs this frequently in ''Franchise/AustinPowers''. The page quote above is just one example.

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* Dr. Evil employs this frequently in ''Franchise/AustinPowers''.''Film/AustinPowers''. The page quote above is just one example.
19th May '16 7:03:26 PM SirVancelot131
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* Dr. Evil employs this frequently in ''Franchise/AustinPowers''. The page quote above is just one example.
19th May '16 6:59:32 PM SirVancelot131
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** Also, whispering to Simba that he indeed killed Mufasa wasn't too bright, as it led to Simba's BerserkButton being pushed.
6th May '16 10:30:59 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In Scorpion's chapter of ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'', after Shinnok is freed from his amulet, he has several former enemies ''completely'' at his mercy, but while he orders D'Vorah to take Johnny Cage hostage (as he sees him as a potential threat) he just leaves Sonya, Kenshi, and Scorpion behind, letting them live for no discernible reason. This allows Sonya to inform the younger Earthrealm warriors of Shinnok's plan to absorb the Jinsei which leads to his defeat
1st May '16 10:06:50 AM AtticusOmundson
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* Played straight, and not quite {{Narm}}, as it IS a kids show and KidsAreStupid, in almost every episode of ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' or its follow-up ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingSpiez''. Instead of actually spying as their occupations imply, it is always the sequence: get tiny bit of info, get captured, [[BigBad villain]] explains evil plot, leaves before making sure they die, escape, foil.

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* Played straight, and not quite {{Narm}}, as it IS a kids show and KidsAreStupid, [[ViewersAreMorons kids are stupid]], in almost every episode of ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' or its follow-up ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingSpiez''. Instead of actually spying as their occupations imply, it is always the sequence: get tiny bit of info, get captured, [[BigBad villain]] explains evil plot, leaves before making sure they die, escape, foil.
1st May '16 10:05:34 AM AtticusOmundson
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* Played straight, and not quite {{Narm}}, as it IS a kids show and Kids are Stupid, in almost every episode of ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' or its follow-up ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingSpiez''. Instead of actually spying as their occupations imply, it is always the sequence: get tiny bit of info, get captured, [[BigBad villain]] explains evil plot, escape, foil.

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* Played straight, and not quite {{Narm}}, as it IS a kids show and Kids are Stupid, KidsAreStupid, in almost every episode of ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' or its follow-up ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingSpiez''. Instead of actually spying as their occupations imply, it is always the sequence: get tiny bit of info, get captured, [[BigBad villain]] explains evil plot, leaves before making sure they die, escape, foil.
12th Apr '16 8:20:34 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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'''Scott:''' [[NoMrBondIExpectYouToDine What? Are you feeding him?]] Why don't you just kill him?\\

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'''Scott:''' [[NoMrBondIExpectYouToDine What? Are you feeding him?]] him? Why don't you just kill him?\\
12th Apr '16 8:16:21 PM PaulA
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* OlderThanTelevision: In John Buchan's 1919 UsefulNotes/WorldWarI spy thriller ''Mr. Standfast'', the villain, having finally captured the hero [[Literature/TheThirtyNineSteps Richard Hannay]], explains his evil plans at great length. Buchan was arguably the first writer of modern spy thrillers.

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* OlderThanTelevision: In John Buchan's 1919 UsefulNotes/WorldWarI spy thriller ''Mr. Standfast'', ''Literature/MrStandfast'', the villain, having finally captured the hero [[Literature/TheThirtyNineSteps Richard Hannay]], Hannay, explains his evil plans at great length. Buchan was arguably the first writer of modern spy thrillers.
11th Apr '16 9:31:48 AM Hanz
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'''Scott:''' What? Are you feeding him? Why don't you just kill him?\\

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'''Scott:''' [[NoMrBondIExpectYouToDine What? Are you feeding him? him?]] Why don't you just kill him?\\
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