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21st Apr '18 11:03:35 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Toilet Paper", parodying ''TheSilenceOfTheLambs'', Officer Barbrady consults Josh, locked up for toilet papering houses, to help him with a similar case.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' episode "Toilet Paper", parodying ''TheSilenceOfTheLambs'', ''Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'', Officer Barbrady consults Josh, locked up for toilet papering houses, to help him with a similar case.
26th Dec '17 9:08:19 PM SeanMurrayI
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* Spoofed in an episode of ''Series/GoodEats''. In an earlier episode Alton got fed up with the bad products marketed by "Cocoa Carl" and taught the viewers how to make their own chocolate brownies, hot cocoa mix, and other chocolatey treats. At the end of the episode a newspaper claims Cocoa Carl has been put out of business and jailed for embezzlement. In later episode when it comes time to tackle energy bars and his nemesis is "Captain Power" Alton visits Cocoa Carl in prison to learn what kinds of unhealthy chemical preservatives Captain Power has been loading into his Protein Pucks. The whole scene is a parody of ''The Silence of the Lambs''.

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* Spoofed Parodied in an episode of ''Series/GoodEats''. In an earlier episode early episode, Alton got gets fed up with the bad products marketed by "Cocoa Carl" Cocoa Carl and taught teaches the viewers how to make their own chocolate brownies, hot cocoa mix, and other chocolatey treats. At the end of the episode episode, a newspaper claims Cocoa Carl has been put out of business and jailed for embezzlement. In Then, in a later episode episode, when it comes time to tackle energy bars and his nemesis is "Captain Power" bars, Alton visits Cocoa Carl in prison to learn what kinds of unhealthy chemical preservatives Captain Power has been loading into his Protein Pucks. The whole scene is a parody of spoof on ''The Silence of the Lambs''.
26th Dec '17 5:25:59 PM Amahn
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* Spoofed in an episode of ''Series/GoodEats''. In an earlier episode Alton got fed up with the bad products marketed by "Cocoa Carl" and taught the viewers how to make their own chocolate brownies, hot cocoa mix, and other chocolatey treats. At the end of the episode a newspaper claims Cocoa Carl has been put out of business and jailed for embezzlement. In later episode when it comes time to tackle energy bars and his nemesis is "Captain Power" Alton visits Cocoa Carl in prison to learn what kinds of unhealthy chemical preservatives Captain Power has been loading into his Protein Pucks. The whole scene is a parody of ''The Silence of the Lambs''.
17th Dec '17 12:10:05 PM SeanMurrayI
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** In another episode serial hostage taker was asked to help stop a group of copycats. It turns out [[spoiler: [[ExploitedTrope the guy hired the copycats so the BAU would have to consult with him]], which gave him an opportunity to escape.]]

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** In another episode episode, a serial hostage taker was asked to help stop a group of copycats. It turns out [[spoiler: [[ExploitedTrope the guy hired the copycats so the BAU would have to consult with him]], which gave him an opportunity to escape.]]



* ''Series/{{NTSFSDSUV}}'': Parodied when Trent Hauser visits Lundgren, an evil genius ''dolphin'' serial killer in prison in order to track down a copycat. He's shackled inside a water tank in the basement. Which he later manages to escape from. Somehow.

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* ''Series/{{NTSFSDSUV}}'': Parodied ''Series/{{NTSFSDSUV}}'' parodied this when Trent Hauser visits Lundgren, an evil genius ''dolphin'' serial killer in prison in order to track down a copycat. He's shackled inside a water tank in the basement. Which he later manages to escape from. Somehow.
17th Dec '17 11:57:03 AM SeanMurrayI
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* The ''Mindhunter'' example above is based on the real life activity of the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit.
16th Dec '17 8:03:54 PM Naram-Sin
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* ''{{Series/Mindhunter}}'' is about a new team of FBI agents in the 1970s that interview incarcerated serial killers to get insight in how they work and maybe help catch others in the future.


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* The ''Mindhunter'' example above is based on the real life activity of the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit.
3rd Oct '17 7:21:22 AM SeanMurrayI
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* The most infamous serial killer in (former) USSR was probably [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrei_Chikatilo Andrei Chikatilo]] (popularized in the West by ''Film/CitizenX'' movie). Being completely unsuccessful in the attempts to catch him, the chief investigator in the case, Issa Kostoev, turned to one of the very few serial killers captured in USSR by that time - [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatoly_Slivko Anatoly Slivko.]] Despite Slivko sincerely wishing to help (he was more of a [[SympatheticMurderer sympathetic kind]] of a serial killer, repeatedly atoning and being very guilt-bedridden), his guesses turned out to be almost all wrong. What makes it all more terrifying: Slivko was on the death row at the moment. Kostoev spoke to Slivko mere hours before his execution. Kostoev knew it. Slivko didn't.

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* The most infamous serial killer in (former) USSR was probably [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrei_Chikatilo Andrei Chikatilo]] (popularized in the West by ''Film/CitizenX'' movie). Being completely unsuccessful in the attempts to catch him, the chief investigator in the case, Issa Kostoev, turned to one of the very few serial killers captured in USSR by that time - [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatoly_Slivko Anatoly Slivko.]] Despite Slivko sincerely wishing to help (he was more of a [[SympatheticMurderer sympathetic kind]] of a serial killer, repeatedly atoning and being very guilt-bedridden), help, his guesses turned out to be almost all wrong. What makes it all more terrifying: Slivko was on the death row at the moment. Kostoev spoke to Slivko mere hours before his execution. Kostoev knew it. Slivko didn't.
2nd Oct '17 1:13:20 PM WillKeaton
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* The most infamous serial killer in (former) USSR was probably [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrei_Chikatilo Andrei Chikatilo]] (popularized in the West by ''Film/CitizenX'' movie). Being completely unsuccessful in the attempts to catch him, the chief investigator in the case, Issa Kostoev, turned to one of the very few serial killers captured in USSR by that time - [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatoly_Slivko Anatoly Slivko]]. Despite Slivko sincerely wishing to help (he was more of a [[SympatheticMurderer sympathetic kind]] of a serial killer, repeatedly atoning and being very guilt-bedridden), his guesses turned out to be almost all wrong. What makes it all more terrifying: Slivko was on the death row at the moment. Kostoev spoke to Slivko mere hours before his execution. Kostoev knew it. Slivko didn't.

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* The most infamous serial killer in (former) USSR was probably [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrei_Chikatilo Andrei Chikatilo]] (popularized in the West by ''Film/CitizenX'' movie). Being completely unsuccessful in the attempts to catch him, the chief investigator in the case, Issa Kostoev, turned to one of the very few serial killers captured in USSR by that time - [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatoly_Slivko Anatoly Slivko]]. Slivko.]] Despite Slivko sincerely wishing to help (he was more of a [[SympatheticMurderer sympathetic kind]] of a serial killer, repeatedly atoning and being very guilt-bedridden), his guesses turned out to be almost all wrong. What makes it all more terrifying: Slivko was on the death row at the moment. Kostoev spoke to Slivko mere hours before his execution. Kostoev knew it. Slivko didn't.
7th Jun '17 4:49:05 PM Morgenthaler
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* In an elaborate MythologyGag, the second season of ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'' has Beverly Katz consult Will Graham on the Muralist case when he's in a hospital for the criminally insane. Subsequently Jack consults Will on [[spoiler: Beverly's murder]]. While Will is innocent of the crimes he's accused of, he has been ConvictedByPublicOpinion, if not the law.

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* ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'':
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In an elaborate MythologyGag, the second season of ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'' has Beverly Katz consult Will Graham on the Muralist case when he's in a hospital for the criminally insane. Subsequently Jack consults Will on [[spoiler: Beverly's murder]]. While Will is innocent of the crimes he's accused of, he has been ConvictedByPublicOpinion, if not the law.
7th Jun '17 4:48:27 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/{{NTSFSDSUV}}'': Parodied when Trent Hauser visits Lundgren, an evil genius ''dolphin'' serial killer in prison in order to track down a copycat. He's shackled inside a water tank in the basement. Which he later manages to escape from. Somehow.
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