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19th May '16 1:28:15 AM foxley
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* Mozzie, Neal's criminal contact, on ''WhiteCollar'', is incredibly paranoid and suspicious of the government, which leads to him acting out various Hollywood spy story cliches like meeting on park benches, playing loud music or running water during conversations, using code names, and so on. His antics are treated as ridiculous, but [[GovernmentConspiracy in the show's world, he may have a point.]]

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* Mozzie, Neal's criminal contact, on ''WhiteCollar'', ''Series/WhiteCollar'', is incredibly paranoid and suspicious of the government, which leads to him acting out various Hollywood spy story cliches like meeting on park benches, playing loud music or running water during conversations, using code names, and so on. His antics are treated as ridiculous, but [[GovernmentConspiracy in the show's world, he may have a point.]]



* The song "Stuart" by ''TheDeadMilkmen'' is either about a conspiracy theorist or a drunkard (or, more likely, both) who has 'interesting' ideas about the relationship between soil erosion and The Homosexual Agenda.

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* The song "Stuart" by ''TheDeadMilkmen'' ''Music/TheDeadMilkmen'' is either about a conspiracy theorist or a drunkard (or, more likely, both) who has 'interesting' ideas about the relationship between soil erosion and The Homosexual Agenda.
18th May '16 2:54:55 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Joe Garrelli from ''NewsRadio'' is obsessed with conspiracies, particularly ones involving the government's cover-ups of knowledge about extraterrestrials.

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* Joe Garrelli from ''NewsRadio'' ''Series/NewsRadio'' is obsessed with conspiracies, particularly ones involving the government's cover-ups of knowledge about extraterrestrials.
18th May '16 10:30:11 AM Grudgeal
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* The song "Stuart" by ''TheDeadMilkmen'' is either about a conspiracy theorist or a drunkard (or, more likely, both) who has 'interesting' ideas about the relationship between soil erosion and The Homosexual Agenda.
24th Apr '16 11:43:46 PM erforce
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* Steven Hyde from ''Series/That70sShow''. For example, he claims that Creator/StevenSpielberg directed a fake moon landing for the government - which "is how he got the job for ''{{Jaws}}''." Most prominently, however, is his frequent mentioning of the car that runs on water, man.

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* Steven Hyde from ''Series/That70sShow''. For example, he claims that Creator/StevenSpielberg directed a fake moon landing for the government - which "is how he got the job for ''{{Jaws}}''.''Film/{{Jaws}}''." Most prominently, however, is his frequent mentioning of the car that runs on water, man.
18th Apr '16 12:05:19 PM Kakai
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* Llurdis of ''Literature/TheDinosaurLords'' is always sniffing for an intrigue and instantly jumps in with her convoluted theory when a dead body is found (it involves attempting to murder the father to make him marry the daughter off to the killer). It doesn't help that Palace of the Fireflies ''is'' a DeadlyDecadentCourt.
9th Apr '16 1:38:10 PM Morgenthaler
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* JustForFun/JohnMunch was one of these when he appeared in ''HomicideLifeOnTheStreet''. This was also a major aspect of his character when he moved to ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'', to the point where a shrink accurately concluded, "You could a smell a conspiracy at a five-year-old's lemonade stand."

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* JustForFun/JohnMunch was one of these when he appeared in ''HomicideLifeOnTheStreet''.''Series/HomicideLifeOnTheStreet''. This was also a major aspect of his character when he moved to ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'', to the point where a shrink accurately concluded, "You could a smell a conspiracy at a five-year-old's lemonade stand."
7th Apr '16 7:46:49 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Paul London and Brian Kendrick]] are believers in the "Babylonian Gods were really reptilian space aliens who still control humanity" theory, among others. One segment had them watching a television show where Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness turned into one such lizard man after they openly speculated on it.


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* Wrestling/ChristopherDaniels and Wrestling/FrankieKazarian were correct in their suspicion that there was a conspiracy in Wrestling/RingOfHonor against The Knigts Of The Rising Dawn. What they failed to realize was that their fellow Knight, Chris Sabin, was the one conspiring with Alex Shelley to advance the Motor City Machine Guns at their expense. Furthermore, The Knights Of The Rising Dawn were themselves born out of a conspiracy against ROH to ensure talent was rewarded ahead of company loyalty and ensure the defeat of reDRagon.
6th Apr '16 10:12:29 PM Aiguille
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* In ''Podcast/AliceIsntDead,'' the {{Narrator}} learns that her missing wife Alice was actively investigating TheConspiracy before her disappearance, gathering information on three mysterious parties: The Cumberland Project, Vector H, and Bay & Creek Shipping. The discovery of her scattered notes prompts the Narrator to involve herself more directly, going so far as to get hired as a [[IntrepidMerchant long haul trucker]] by Bay & Creek Shipping, one of the [[CovertGroupWithMundaneFront parties concerned]], though its clear her interest in the conspiracy itself is generally secondary to its usefulness in locating her missing wife. However, agents of the Conspiracy, including a cannibalistic HumanoidAbomination, don't much care for her meddling...
12th Mar '16 2:33:11 PM Nulono
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** "Decision 3012" spends the entire episode satirizing the Obama "birthers", [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything as a presidential nominee faces accusations about not being a "true" citizen because of a missing birth certificate]].

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** "Decision 3012" spends the entire episode satirizing the Obama "birthers", [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything as a presidential nominee faces accusations about not being a "true" citizen because of a missing birth certificate]]."Earth certificate"]].
11th Mar '16 4:37:21 AM GamerFromJump2
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* Over the past 10 years or so, medical shows like ''ChicagoMed'' have episodes where the doctor characters encounter people who believe in vaccination conspiracy theories by "The Government" or "Big Pharma".
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