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9th Mar '18 5:23:11 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Westworld}}'' has men in {{hazmat suit}}s who remove the hosts for repair and memory-wiping after each host 'dies'.

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* ''Series/{{Westworld}}'' has men technicians in {{hazmat suit}}s who remove the hosts for repair and memory-wiping after each host 'dies'.'dies'. Incomplete memory wiping has led those hosts programmed as Native Americans to assume they are [[{{Psychopomp}} shades who ferry people to the afterlife]].
1st Mar '18 4:14:05 AM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Westworld}}'' has men in {{hazmat suit}}s who remove the hosts for repair and memory-wiping after each host 'dies'.
5th Jan '18 9:57:54 PM nombretomado
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* "The service" in ''InterviewingLeather'' took care of this kind of thing for villains such as Leather.

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* "The service" in ''InterviewingLeather'' ''Literature/InterviewingLeather'' took care of this kind of thing for villains such as Leather.
27th Dec '17 6:55:17 AM dmcreif
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* ''Series/TheDefenders2017'': Luke Cage gets involved in the mess with the Hand due to being asked by Misty Knight to help out the late Candace Miller's brother Cole, who is one of several young men the Hand have been recruiting out of Harlem to do dirty work for them. Luke ultimately ends up first crossing paths with Danny Rand when he tails Cole's crew to a warehouse where the crew are destroying the bodies of Chaste warriors.
* ''Series/ThePunisher2017'': William Rawlins and Billy Russo have one on hand to get rid of the bodies of the operatives who are killed by Frank and Gunner.
4th Dec '17 1:29:37 PM nighttrainfm
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* Mike, the BaldOfAwesome associate of Gus in ''Series/BreakingBad'' often serves practical purposes such as this, but it's Walter himself who knows the proper chemistry to completely dissolve a human body. When Mike learns that Walter is capable of this, he starts bringing bodies back to Walt's lab for disposal.

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* Mike, the BaldOfAwesome associate of Gus in ''Series/BreakingBad'' ''Series/BreakingBad'', often serves practical purposes such as this, but it's Walter himself who knows the proper chemistry to completely dissolve a human body. When Mike learns that Walter is capable of this, he starts bringing bodies back to Walt's lab for disposal.
22nd Nov '17 1:51:15 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/HemlockGrove'': Much to his chagrin, Dr. Pryce keeps getting ordered to dispose of bodies whenever a member of the main cast who has him on their payroll kills someone. Since this allows him the leeway to conduct his experiments without interference, he grudgingly obliges.

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* ''Series/HemlockGrove'': Much to his chagrin, Dr. Pryce keeps getting ordered to dispose of bodies whenever a member of the main cast who has him on their payroll kills someone. Since this allows him the leeway to conduct his experiments without interference, interference from above, he grudgingly obliges.
18th Nov '17 5:10:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/HemlockGrove'': Much to his chagrin, Dr. Pryce keeps getting ordered to dispose of bodies whenever a member of the main cast who has him on their payroll kills someone. Since this allows him the leeway to conduct his experiments without interference, he grudgingly obliges.
17th Sep '17 1:11:17 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* It is possible for TheMafia of ''VideoGame/TownOfSalem'' to have a Janitor, who is able to clean a person they kill. Cleaning a dead player will make their role and will unreadable to the rest of the town, which can possibly erase vital information like investigative results or who claimed what to the Jailor. Amusingly, through rare circumstances, they can clean a dead mafia or even ''[[MindScrew themselves]]''.
30th Jul '17 12:56:07 AM BigKlingy
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* One of the V.I.Ps in the BigBad's dungeon in ''VideoGame/Persona5'' is simply referred to as "The Cleaner". The cast are initially confused at someone like that being considered a VIP (the others are distinguished politicians, a former noble, and company presidents), until they realize he's ''this'' kind of cleaner, and a {{Yakuza}} member.
7th Jul '17 10:43:45 AM Grudgeal
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* Player characters may find themselves playing this role in ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'': While bodies still lying around in the street are usually dealt with internally by street gangs or the mafia, occasionally Lone Star gets there first. In that case, said street gang or mafia will hire shadowrunners to raid the morgue before the corpses can be identified and autopsied.
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