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29th Mar '16 2:09:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'': During the Apocalypse War, Chief Judge Griffin was captured and brainwashed by East Meg One forces to [[TheQuisling sing the praises of the Soviet occupiers]]. As security was too tight to mount a rescue, Judge Dredd had to assassinate him instead.
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25th Mar '16 9:59:25 AM Shadowgazer
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* [[spoiler:Mamoru/Tuxedo Kamen]] of ''Anime/SailorMoon'' is brainwashed into becoming [[spoiler:an agent of the Dark Kingdom in the first season. Then he's brainwashed again in the second arc of [[Manga/SailorMoon the manga]] by the Black Moon. He's brainwashed ''again'' in the fourth season by Nehellenia's mirror shard. Finally, his corpse is brainwashed once last time by Galaxia in the manga.]]

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* [[spoiler:Mamoru/Tuxedo Kamen]] of ''Anime/SailorMoon'' is loved this trope, especially during the Dark Kingdom arc, ranging from brainwashed random innocents-of-the-week up to the horrifying [[spoiler:brainwashing of Endymion/Mamoru/Tuxedo Kamen]] into becoming [[spoiler:an agent of the Dark Kingdom in the first season. Sure, it didn't take at first, but after the second go he pretty much beat Usagi within an inch of her life before [[ThePowerOfLove Usagi tearfully reminding him of their history together, holding out their music box locket]] snapped him out of it. Then he's brainwashed again in the second arc of [[Manga/SailorMoon the manga]] by the Black Moon. He's brainwashed ''again'' in the fourth season by Nehellenia's mirror shard. Finally, his corpse is brainwashed once last time by Galaxia in the manga.]]


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** And according to the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] continuity and a blink-and-you-miss-it reference near the end of the season [[spoiler: the four Dark Generals/Shittenou all suffered this fate, too, being brainwashed by Beryl and Metallia the same way Endymion was. This might suggest some semi-failed brainwashing on the part of [[HeroicSacrifice Nephrite]]...]]
18th Mar '16 7:33:13 AM Morgenthaler
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%% * ''EarthFinalConflict'' the CVI's motivational imperative.

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%% * ''EarthFinalConflict'' ''Series/EarthFinalConflict'' the CVI's motivational imperative.
15th Mar '16 1:39:27 PM MeerkatMario
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* The ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' episode "The Fair Bears" has the titular RefugeeFromTVLand [[RefugeeFromTVLand Refugees from TV Land]] hypnotizing and putting Timmy, Cosmo, Wanda and Chloe to sleep. They later brainwash Timmy and Wanda by putting "Happy Hats" (really brainwashing helmets) on them, making them irresistible to the trio, complete with WingdingEyes.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' episode "The Fair Bears" has the titular RefugeeFromTVLand [[RefugeeFromTVLand Refugees from TV Land]] hypnotizing and putting Timmy, Cosmo, Wanda and Chloe to sleep. They later brainwash Timmy and Wanda by putting "Happy Hats" (really brainwashing helmets) on them, making them irresistible to the trio, complete with WingdingEyes.
15th Mar '16 1:39:07 PM MeerkatMario
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* The ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' episode "The Fair Bears" has the titular RefugeeFromTVLand [[RefugeeFromTVLand Refugees from TV Land]] hypnotizing and putting Timmy, Cosmo, Wanda and Chloe to sleep. They later brainwash Timmy and Wanda by putting "Happy Hats" (really brainwashing helmets) on them, making them irresistible to the trio, complete with WingdingEyes.
15th Jan '16 7:41:43 PM nombretomado
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* Much like ''Literature/AClockworkOrange'', Crime College in ''Franchise/DocSavage'' and Psychosurgery in ''TheStainlessSteelRat'' are the common ways of dealing with criminals in their setting. A variation might be Execution in the ''Literature/LordDarcy'' stories, which punishes practitioners of BlackMagic by permanently stripping them of their [[SuperpowerfulGenetics Ability]].

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* Much like ''Literature/AClockworkOrange'', Crime College in ''Franchise/DocSavage'' and Psychosurgery in ''TheStainlessSteelRat'' ''Literature/TheStainlessSteelRat'' are the common ways of dealing with criminals in their setting. A variation might be Execution in the ''Literature/LordDarcy'' stories, which punishes practitioners of BlackMagic by permanently stripping them of their [[SuperpowerfulGenetics Ability]].
15th Jan '16 9:01:39 AM N8han11
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** A [[MyLittlePanzer brainwashing toy]] called the Boyfriend Helmet appears twice. [[DoubleStandard Oddly]], when Lizzie uses it on Nigel, he just tells her, "Don't ever use one of those things on me again, Lizzie!" and continues to date her for six seasons, but when [[StudentCouncilPresident Jimmy]] later uses it on Lizzie, he's thrown in KND prison. [[DoubleStandard Fair?]]
*** Quite, as Jimmy was trying to make the entire school attend an assembly to watch him be crowned King of the 4th Grade for life and make Lizzie his queen, even making his female assistant contact her uncle, The Common Cold, to give Nigel a case of the illness so he'd be out of commission while Jimmy executed his plan. All Lizzie wanted was a more available boyfriend since she had felt left out when Nigel went on more and more missions. (To anyone who cares, Jimmy's female assistant was crushing on him something major, something he doesn't realize until he's hauled off to Kids Next Door Arctic Prison and she confesses.)

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** A [[MyLittlePanzer brainwashing toy]] called the Boyfriend Helmet appears twice. [[DoubleStandard Oddly]], when Lizzie uses it on Nigel, he just tells her, "Don't ever use one of those things on me again, Lizzie!" and continues to date her for six seasons, but when [[StudentCouncilPresident Jimmy]] later uses it on Lizzie, he's thrown in KND prison. [[DoubleStandard Fair?]]
*** Quite, as Jimmy was trying to make the entire school attend an assembly to watch him be crowned King of the 4th Grade for life and make Lizzie his queen, even making his female assistant contact her uncle, The Common Cold, to give Nigel a case of the illness so he'd be out of commission while Jimmy executed his plan. All Lizzie wanted was a more available boyfriend since she had felt left out when Nigel went on more and more missions. (To anyone who cares, Jimmy's female assistant was crushing on him something major, something he doesn't realize until he's hauled off to Kids Next Door Arctic Prison and she confesses.)
15th Jan '16 8:36:09 AM N8han11
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** One episode had Team Rocket's more competent rivals, Butch and Cassidy, use a Drowzee hooked up to a machine to brainwash all the Pokémon on Mandarin Island into disobeying their masters and obeying only them, with some examples being Ash's Pikachu and Misty's Togepi. Only Officer Jenny's Gastly, whose nature as a ghost-type negates the power of any psychic-type Pokémon, is immune. Ash later managed to trick Pikachu into '''destroying the machine.'''

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** One episode had Team Rocket's more competent rivals, Butch and Cassidy, use a Drowzee hooked up to a machine to brainwash all the Pokémon on Mandarin Island into disobeying their masters and obeying only them, with some examples being Ash's Pikachu and Misty's Togepi. Only Officer Jenny's Gastly, whose nature as a ghost-type negates the power of any psychic-type Pokémon, is immune. Ash later managed to trick Pikachu into '''destroying destroying the machine.'''
7th Jan '16 4:25:36 PM nombretomado
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* ''SpaceGhost'' episode "The Sandman". Jan and Jace are subjected to the title {{villain}}'s mind control device.

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* ''SpaceGhost'' ''WesternAnimation/SpaceGhost'' episode "The Sandman". Jan and Jace are subjected to the title {{villain}}'s mind control device.
3rd Jan '16 6:21:11 PM thevisualboy37
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* In ''Francine/StarWars'' ''Literature/ServantsOfTheEmpire'', Project Unity brainwashes dissidents against the Empire by subjecting them to both psychological manipulation and pharmaceutical conditioning to convince them that the Empire's methods are right and they shouldn't rebel. Zare Leonis finds the flaw in the Empire's methods by breaking through his friend Beck Ollet's conditioning using the smell of a jogan fruit to remind Ollet of his family's jogan fruit orchards, the ones that the Empire destroyed. After this, Ollet joins Zare's struggle to free his sister [[spoiler:and ends up sacrificing his life.]]

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* In ''Francine/StarWars'' ''Literature/ServantsOfTheEmpire'', ''Franchise/StarWars Rebels: Literature/ServantsOfTheEmpire'', Project Unity brainwashes dissidents against the Empire by subjecting them to both psychological manipulation and pharmaceutical conditioning to convince them that the Empire's methods are right and they shouldn't rebel. Zare Leonis finds the flaw in the Empire's methods by breaking through his friend Beck Ollet's conditioning using the smell of a jogan fruit to remind Ollet of his family's jogan fruit orchards, the ones that the Empire destroyed. After this, Ollet joins Zare's struggle to free his sister [[spoiler:and ends up sacrificing his life.]]
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