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25th Aug '17 6:23:45 AM CosmicFerret
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* There was an issue of ''TheFlash'' where Wally was involved with an uncomfortable relationship talk with his girlfriend. The captions really sum it up best:

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* There was an issue of ''TheFlash'' ''Franchise/TheFlash'' where Wally was involved with an uncomfortable relationship talk with his girlfriend. The captions really sum it up best:
12th Aug '17 3:45:00 PM nombretomado
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* Chandler's successor, Robert B. Parker, used this trope often with {{Spenser}}. Being [[BoringInvincibleHero Spenser]], he usually turns the tables on his attackers. He ran into this so often that you kind of started to think that if the bad guys had just sat tight, Spenser wouldn't have had any leads to follow.

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* Chandler's successor, Robert B. Parker, used this trope often with {{Spenser}}.''Literature/{{Spenser}}''. Being [[BoringInvincibleHero Spenser]], he usually turns the tables on his attackers. He ran into this so often that you kind of started to think that if the bad guys had just sat tight, Spenser wouldn't have had any leads to follow.
14th May '17 8:54:12 AM Odacon_Spy
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* Happens in ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', when Bond is being tortured by Le Chiffre for information. Bond points out that he will never give up the information, and Le Chiffre can't kill him without it, so he decides to ''castrate'' Bond. [[spoiler: Armed men enter and kill Le Chiffre.]]

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* Happens in ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', when Bond is being tortured by Le Chiffre for information. Bond points out that he will never give up the information, and Le Chiffre can't kill him without it, so he decides to ''castrate'' Bond. [[spoiler: Armed Before he can do so, armed men (working for the NebulousEvilOrganization that Le Chiffre would have gladly snitched on to [=MI6=] as a Plan B out of his situation) enter and [[HeKnowsTooMuch kill Le Chiffre.Chiffre]] and his henchmen.]]
2nd Apr '17 3:41:54 PM DustSnitch
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[[caption-width-right:222:[[HijackedbyJesus The readers will never]] [[{{Pun}} see]] ''[[{{Pun}} this]]'' [[{{Pun}} coming!]] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:222:[[HijackedbyJesus The [[caption-width-right:222:The readers will never]] never [[{{Pun}} see]] ''[[{{Pun}} this]]'' [[{{Pun}} coming!]] ]]
2nd Apr '17 3:41:40 PM DustSnitch
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[[quoteright:222:[[{{Jesus}} http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/JesusGunDoor.jpg]]]]

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15th Feb '17 3:21:20 PM despoa
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->'''Rich:''' That's the screenwriter saying, 'We've got to stop this banter immediately! Abort! Abort!'

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->'''Rich:''' That's the screenwriter saying, 'We've "We've got to stop this banter immediately! Abort! Abort!'Abort!"
15th Feb '17 3:20:05 PM despoa
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->'''Josh:''' A truck explodes to stop them talking.

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->'''Jay:''' I think Creator/ShaneBlack did some rewrites on ''[Theodore Rex]''.
->'''Josh:''' A He did such a good job that a truck explodes to stop them talking.
7th Feb '17 8:04:56 PM Alvin
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*** Season 2 of ''Buffy'' also got a lot more interesting when Angel lost his his soul. In general, each season upped the drama once the BigBad was revealed.

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*** Season 2 of ''Buffy'' also got a lot more interesting when Angel lost his his soul. In general, each season upped the drama once the BigBad was revealed.
9th Dec '16 8:46:10 AM thatother1dude
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* ''Series/{{Westworld}}'': In-universe, the park's narratives are clearly designed to interrupt any potential lull in the plot with violent plot twist. After having a party he attends turn sour from a doublecross, William accuses the creator of perpetuating a sense of urgency so the guest will be too consumed with their base urges to think.
2nd Dec '16 12:32:34 PM infernape612
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* In ''[[Literature/{{Changes}} Changes]]'' from ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', Harry has been strapped to a bed by his friends (LongStory), and a hit-man, presumably sent by the vampires, walks in. Naturally, the shit hits the fan almost immediately.

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* In ''[[Literature/{{Changes}} Changes]]'' from ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', Harry has been strapped to a bed by his friends (LongStory), (ItsALongStory), and a hit-man, presumably sent by the vampires, walks in. Naturally, the shit hits the fan almost immediately.
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