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31st Jan '16 1:22:13 PM EarlOfSandvich
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* ''NoMoreHeroes'': At the end of every Assassin Session, men appear and start spraying a dissolving foam that scrubs the blood and bits of whatever's left of Travis Touchdown's carnage completely away.
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* ''NoMoreHeroes'': ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'': At the end of every Assassin Session, men appear and start spraying a dissolving foam that scrubs the blood and bits of whatever's left of Travis Touchdown's carnage completely away.
9th Jan '16 3:03:03 AM rjd1922
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* ''VideoGame/FEAR'': Armacham Technology Corporation's security guards engage in an effort to cover up their illegal experiments, which are directly responsible for the strange ghostly phenomenon in Fairport. And in case their standard guards can't do the job, they have an army of hired mercenaries who will destroy all the research facilities and kill all witnesses, including Armacham's own president, whom the board of directors blames for the mess as she stirred up the paranormal activity to begin with against their warnings. However, Armacham's cover up efforts were likely dealt a blow when their clean up crews attacked ''U.S. Military personnel''. Now the government's on to them.
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* ''VideoGame/FEAR'': ''VideoGame/{{FEAR}}'': Armacham Technology Corporation's security guards engage in an effort to cover up their illegal experiments, which are directly responsible for the strange ghostly phenomenon in Fairport. And in case their standard guards can't do the job, they have an army of hired mercenaries who will destroy all the research facilities and kill all witnesses, including Armacham's own president, whom the board of directors blames for the mess as she stirred up the paranormal activity to begin with against their warnings. However, Armacham's cover up efforts were likely dealt a blow when their clean up crews attacked ''U.S. Military personnel''. Now the government's on to them.

* One of the three paths available to anyone unfortunate enough to play VideoGame/ResidentEvilSurvivor involves taking on an army of pseudo-human soldiers dispatched by Umbrella to destroy all evidence of the game's events. Tragically they fail to expunge the game itself from everyone's collective memory.
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* One of the three paths available to anyone unfortunate enough to play VideoGame/ResidentEvilSurvivor ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilSurvivor'' involves taking on an army of pseudo-human soldiers dispatched by Umbrella to destroy all evidence of the game's events. Tragically they fail to expunge the game itself from everyone's collective memory.

* ''HalfLife'': The Hazardous Environment Combat Unit or H.E.C.U. is sent by the government after the Resonance Cascade (the accident that unleashes the aliens from another universe) to fight off the invasion, but also to silence anyone who worked on the project. Most of them are not happy about it. And when they can't do the job, the government sends in Black Ops units who begin ''[[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder killing all the remaining H.E.C.U. forces as well]]'' * You play as these guys in VisceraCleanupDetail, [[{{Tagline}} the space station janitor simulator]]. (Oddly enough, only one of the levels is clearly on a space station, the rest are the aftermath of scenes from a generic scifi-horror games/movies). Your job includes cleaning up bodies, [[LudicrousGibs gibs]], [[PaintTheTownRed bloodstains]], [[SpentShellsShower shell casings]], and fixing bullet holes in the walls. Essentially make the place look like a massive mutant-on-marine fight didn't occur, and ready for reopening for operation. ** There's also released DLC that places you in the cleanup detail for a temple in the new [[ShadowWarrior2013 Shadow Warrior]] and the workshop from Santa's Rampage. * Videogame/TeamFortress2's Miss Pauling is the mercs' cleaner. She's much more level headed than the mercs, but still crazy enough to shoot incapacitated survivors, witnesses, and giant monsters made of bread tentacles. It's pretty justified; her boss rules the planet, her co-workers are violent psychopaths who kill each other and come back to life, and she only gets one day off a year.
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* ''HalfLife'': ''[[VideoGame/HalfLife1 Half-Life]]'': The Hazardous Environment Combat Unit or H.E.C.U. is sent by the government after the Resonance Cascade (the accident that unleashes the aliens from another universe) to fight off the invasion, but also to silence anyone who worked on the project. Most of them are not happy about it. And when they can't do the job, the government sends in Black Ops units who begin ''[[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder killing all the remaining H.E.C.U. forces as well]]'' well]]''. * You play as these guys in VisceraCleanupDetail, ''VideoGame/VisceraCleanupDetail'', [[{{Tagline}} the space station janitor simulator]]. (Oddly enough, only one of the levels is clearly on a space station, the rest are the aftermath of scenes from a generic scifi-horror games/movies). Your job includes cleaning up bodies, [[LudicrousGibs gibs]], [[PaintTheTownRed bloodstains]], [[SpentShellsShower shell casings]], and fixing bullet holes in the walls. Essentially make the place look like a massive mutant-on-marine fight didn't occur, and ready for reopening for operation. ** There's also released DLC that places you in the cleanup detail for a temple in the new [[ShadowWarrior2013 ''[[VideoGame/ShadowWarrior2013 Shadow Warrior]] Warrior]]'' and the workshop from Santa's Rampage. * Videogame/TeamFortress2's ''Videogame/TeamFortress2'''s Miss Pauling is the mercs' cleaner. She's much more level headed than the mercs, but still crazy enough to shoot incapacitated survivors, witnesses, and giant monsters made of bread tentacles. It's pretty justified; her boss rules the planet, her co-workers are violent psychopaths who kill each other and come back to life, and she only gets one day off a year.
2nd Jan '16 6:07:53 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/StephenKing played one in a guest spot on ''SonsOfAnarchy''.
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* Creator/StephenKing played one in a guest spot on ''SonsOfAnarchy''.''Series/SonsOfAnarchy''.
23rd Nov '15 12:41:37 PM Morgenthaler
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* In Creator/MartinMcDonagh's play ''TheLieutenantOfInishmore'', Padraic and Mairead force Donny and Davey (his father and her brother, respectively) to "get chopping" on the three people they've just killed-- or else the CleanupCrew will be the next to die. [[BloodyHilarious Oh, and it's a comedy.]] * In Creator/HaroldPinter's play ''TheDumbWaiter'', two hitmen discuss what happens after they have done their work and left the scene. They come to the conclusion that their organization must have a CleanupCrew that they have never seen.
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* In Creator/MartinMcDonagh's play ''TheLieutenantOfInishmore'', ''Theatre/TheLieutenantOfInishmore'', Padraic and Mairead force Donny and Davey (his father and her brother, respectively) to "get chopping" on the three people they've just killed-- or else the CleanupCrew will be the next to die. [[BloodyHilarious Oh, and it's a comedy.]] * In Creator/HaroldPinter's play ''TheDumbWaiter'', ''Theatre/TheDumbWaiter'', two hitmen discuss what happens after they have done their work and left the scene. They come to the conclusion that their organization must have a CleanupCrew that they have never seen.

* The cleaners in ''MaxPayne2'' (Mafia-type cleaners who [[JanitorImpersonationInfiltration masquerade as janitor-type cleaners]] -- somebody high up has a sense of humor).
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* The cleaners in ''MaxPayne2'' ''VideoGame/MaxPayne2'' (Mafia-type cleaners who [[JanitorImpersonationInfiltration masquerade as janitor-type cleaners]] -- somebody high up has a sense of humor).
7th Nov '15 10:34:07 PM nombretomado
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* RedVsBlue has Recovery Agents, they go after dead Freelancers, take their equipment and blow the body up.
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* RedVsBlue ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' has Recovery Agents, they go after dead Freelancers, take their equipment and blow the body up.
26th Oct '15 1:44:05 PM Str8taim
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* ''VideoGame/FEAR'': Armacham Technology Corporation's security guards engage in an effort to cover up their illegal experiments, which are directly responsible for the strange ghostly phenomenon in Fairport. And in case their standard guards can't do the job, they have an army of hired mercenaries who will destroy all the research facilities and kill all witnesses, including Armacham's own president, whom the board of directors blames for the mess as she stirred up the paranormal activity to begin with against their warnings. However, Armacham's cover up efforts were likely dealt a blow when their clean up crews attacked ''U.S. Military personnel''. Now the government's on to them.

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* ''HalfLife'': The Hazardous Environment Combat Unit or H.E.C.U. is sent by the government after the Resonance Cascade (the accident that unleashes the aliens from another universe) to fight off the invasion, but also to silence anyone who worked on the project. Most of them are not happy about it. And when they can't do the job, the government sends in Black Ops units who begin ''[[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder killing all the remaining H.E.C.U. forces as well]]''
3rd Oct '15 4:36:58 PM Kooshmeister
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* In ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'', after Captain Needa has failed him, Darth Vader chokes him to death using the Force. He then signals to some Navy troopers (the ubiquitous black-clad Imperial guards) who promptly drag the body away.
24th Sep '15 9:13:00 PM FordPrefect
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* ''Series/{{Nikita}}'', like [[Series/LaFemmeNikita its predecessor]] has Cleaners, who kill and dispose of bodies on Division's orders, but it also has Reapers, Cleaners meant to deal with Division personnel. In episode 6, we learn that [[spoiler: Owen was once a Reaper, and one of his assignments was the murder of Nikita's fiance.]]
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* ''Series/{{Nikita}}'', like [[Series/LaFemmeNikita its predecessor]] predecessor]], has Cleaners, Cleaners who kill and dispose of bodies on Division's orders, but it also has Reapers, Cleaners meant to deal with Division personnel. In episode 6, we learn that [[spoiler: Owen was once a Reaper, and one of his assignments was the murder of Nikita's fiance.]]
4th Sep '15 3:44:04 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Manga/ACertainScientificAccelerator'', Scavenger is a gang employed by Academy City's Board of Directors to swoop in after battles to terminate straggles and witnesses.
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* In ''Manga/ACertainScientificAccelerator'', Scavenger is a gang employed by Academy City's Board of Directors to swoop in after battles to terminate straggles stragglers and witnesses.
1st Sep '15 2:35:31 PM ultimomant
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* ''Manga/MeiCompany'' is a team of retired magical girl warriors who run a cleaning service, and often clean up after battles with monsters. Spoofed slightly in that the current generation of magical girls is completely unaware of Mei Company's existence, leading them to assume that just like how monsters disappear when destroyed, the surroundings magically fix themselves. Mei Company is left with extra work after the magical girls decide this means they don't have to hold back in battle.
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