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15th Aug '16 11:50:07 PM PaulA
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* In the Literature/VorkosiganSaga
** In ''Brothers in Arms'', Miles Vorkosigan does quite a bit of this with his alter-ego Admiral Naismith. (Although Admiral Naismith considers Miles Vorkosigan to be boring and stupid in return.)

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* In the Literature/VorkosiganSaga
Literature/VorkosiganSaga:
** In ''Brothers in Arms'', ''Literature/BrothersInArms'', Miles Vorkosigan does quite a bit of this with his alter-ego Admiral Naismith. (Although Admiral Naismith considers Miles Vorkosigan to be boring and stupid in return.)
5th Aug '16 11:42:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* One of the redirects may have come from [[http://www.smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=873#comic this]] ''SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal''.

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* One of the redirects may have come from [[http://www.smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=873#comic this]] ''SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal''.''Webcomic/SaturdayMorningBreakfastCereal''.
26th Jul '16 10:38:45 AM JoeMerl
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "The New Lars," when [[KidHero Steven]] accidentally [[GrandTheftMe possesses]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold]]:

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "The New Lars," when [[KidHero Steven]] accidentally [[GrandTheftMe possesses]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold]]:[[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Lars]]:
26th Jul '16 10:22:35 AM JoeMerl
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "The New Lars," when [[KidHero Steven]] accidentally [[GrandTheftMe possesses]] [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold]]:
-->'''Steven!Lars:''' [[CloudCuckoolander Would you say you hang out more like koalas or sloths?]] ...I'm asking for Steven.
-->'''[[TheStoic Buck]]:''' I like that kid.
-->'''Steven!Lars:''' Yeah! He's the best! ''(giggles)''
16th May '16 9:23:25 AM rjd1922
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** In his review of ''Film/BabyGeniuses 2'', he spends most of the episode in a [[spoiler:fake]] coma. At one point, guest stars Brentalfloss and Uncle Yo have to pull an OfCorpseHesAlive routine for a convention Q&A, and when asked which review the Nostalgia Critic preferred, they immediately nominated the ones they themselves participated in, described themselves as "devilishly handsome", and eventually got into a slap fight.

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** In his review of ''Film/BabyGeniuses ''Superbabies: Film/BabyGeniuses 2'', he spends most of the episode in a [[spoiler:fake]] coma. At one point, guest stars Brentalfloss and Uncle Yo have to pull an OfCorpseHesAlive routine for a convention Q&A, and when asked which review the Nostalgia Critic preferred, they immediately nominated the ones they themselves participated in, described themselves as "devilishly handsome", and eventually got into a slap fight.
15th May '16 9:35:05 PM PaulA
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* In WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's review of ''Film/BabyGeniuses 2'', he spends most of the episode in a [[spoiler:fake]] coma. At one point, guest stars Brentalfloss and Uncle Yo have to pull an OfCorpseHesAlive routine for a convention Q&A, and when asked which review the Nostalgia Critic preferred, they immediately nominated the ones they themselves participated in, described themselves as "devilishly handsome", and eventually got into a slap fight.
** The Critic evokes this himself during his review of ''Film/ThePhantom'', during the scene where Kit (Who actually is The Phantom) talks to Diana:
--> '''The Critic(As Kit):''' I heard you were rescued by a dashing, well-endowed purple man.

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* ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'':
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In WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's his review of ''Film/BabyGeniuses 2'', he spends most of the episode in a [[spoiler:fake]] coma. At one point, guest stars Brentalfloss and Uncle Yo have to pull an OfCorpseHesAlive routine for a convention Q&A, and when asked which review the Nostalgia Critic preferred, they immediately nominated the ones they themselves participated in, described themselves as "devilishly handsome", and eventually got into a slap fight.
** The Critic evokes this himself during his review of ''Film/ThePhantom'', ''Film/{{The Phantom|1996}}'', during the scene where Kit (Who (who actually is The the Phantom) talks to Diana:
--> '''The Critic(As Kit):''' --->'''The Critic:''' ''[as Kit]'' I heard you were rescued by a dashing, well-endowed purple man. man.
13th May '16 7:29:03 AM SteveMB
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Hang on, he's actually telling me right now...yes? What is it? Oh, okay. He says this occasionally overlaps with the trope HoldingBothSidesOfTheConversation, where one person pretends to be two people at once. He also mentioned the Internet version of creating a SockPuppet identity. It also applies to cases where a member of Group X in disguise defends Group X--a SweetPollyOliver objecting to an insult to women, for instance, or an undercover spy speaking up for his home country. At least, I'm sure that's what But He Sounds Handsome would say. What a great trope. However, I've heard--I'm not speaking from direct experience, of course--that But He Sounds Handsome is only slightly related to a common joke wherein a character makes a joke of complimenting his Doppleganger, his RidiculouslySuccessfulFutureSelf or [[IHatePastMe his otherwise pathetic past self]], his IdenticalStranger, [[TwinTropes or just his plain ordinary identical twin]] for being remarkably handsome.

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Hang on, he's actually telling me right now...yes? What is it? Oh, okay. He says this occasionally overlaps with the trope HoldingBothSidesOfTheConversation, where one person pretends to be two people at once. He also mentioned the Internet version of creating a that it overlaps with SockPuppet when the pretense uses a second Internet identity. It also applies to cases where a member of Group X in disguise defends Group X--a SweetPollyOliver objecting to an insult to women, for instance, or an undercover spy speaking up for his home country. At least, I'm sure that's what But He Sounds Handsome would say. What a great trope. However, I've heard--I'm not speaking from direct experience, of course--that But He Sounds Handsome is only slightly related to a common joke wherein a character makes a joke of complimenting his Doppleganger, his RidiculouslySuccessfulFutureSelf or [[IHatePastMe his otherwise pathetic past self]], his IdenticalStranger, [[TwinTropes or just his plain ordinary identical twin]] for being remarkably handsome.
13th May '16 7:27:10 AM SteveMB
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Hang on, he's actually telling me right now...yes? What is it? Oh, okay. He says this occasionally overlaps with the trope HoldingBothSidesOfTheConversation, where one person pretends to be two people at once. It also applies to cases where a member of Group X in disguise defends Group X--a SweetPollyOliver objecting to an insult to women, for instance, or an undercover spy speaking up for his home country. At least, I'm sure that's what But He Sounds Handsome would say. What a great trope. However, I've heard--I'm not speaking from direct experience, of course--that But He Sounds Handsome is only slightly related to a common joke wherein a character makes a joke of complimenting his Doppleganger, his RidiculouslySuccessfulFutureSelf or [[IHatePastMe his otherwise pathetic past self]], his IdenticalStranger, [[TwinTropes or just his plain ordinary identical twin]] for being remarkably handsome.

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Hang on, he's actually telling me right now...yes? What is it? Oh, okay. He says this occasionally overlaps with the trope HoldingBothSidesOfTheConversation, where one person pretends to be two people at once. He also mentioned the Internet version of creating a SockPuppet identity. It also applies to cases where a member of Group X in disguise defends Group X--a SweetPollyOliver objecting to an insult to women, for instance, or an undercover spy speaking up for his home country. At least, I'm sure that's what But He Sounds Handsome would say. What a great trope. However, I've heard--I'm not speaking from direct experience, of course--that But He Sounds Handsome is only slightly related to a common joke wherein a character makes a joke of complimenting his Doppleganger, his RidiculouslySuccessfulFutureSelf or [[IHatePastMe his otherwise pathetic past self]], his IdenticalStranger, [[TwinTropes or just his plain ordinary identical twin]] for being remarkably handsome.
18th Apr '16 11:56:38 AM SteveMB
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* Going back to ''Film/SpiderMan1'', Peter Parker and MJ get into a conversation about Spider-Man, and it seems Peter can't help himself. Subtle enough to be passed off as Peter just trying to look like an average guy.
-->'''Peter:''' No, no, I understand. He is extremely cool.\\

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* Going back to Franchise/SpiderMan:
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''Film/SpiderMan1'', Peter Parker and MJ get into a conversation about Spider-Man, and it seems Peter can't help himself. Subtle enough to be passed off as Peter just trying to look like an average guy.
-->'''Peter:''' --->'''Peter:''' No, no, I understand. He is extremely cool.\\


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** In ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'', Peter defends Spider-Man against Captain Stacy's concerns about the negative effects of his vigilantism.
11th Apr '16 11:31:04 PM merotoker
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* This is a recurring joke in ''SaturdayNightLive''[='s=] parody crossover of ''Series/UndercoverBoss'' with ''Film/TheForceAwakens'':

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* This is a recurring joke in ''SaturdayNightLive''[='s=] ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''[='s=] parody crossover of ''Series/UndercoverBoss'' with ''Film/TheForceAwakens'':



'''"Matt"''': ''[does ForceChoke on Tim]''

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'''"Matt"''': ''[does ForceChoke [[PsychicStrangle Force Choke]] on Tim]''
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