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26th Jul '17 12:56:59 PM MadCat221
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop Garrus Vakarian details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced. Averted once the Reapers finally arrive; Garrus's dire portents are vindicated and he gets catapulted to the top echelons himself and has generals saluting him.

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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop [[TheLancer Garrus Vakarian Vakarian]] details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced. Averted once the Reapers finally arrive; Garrus's dire portents are vindicated and he gets catapulted to the top echelons himself and has generals saluting him.
26th Jul '17 12:53:57 PM MadCat221
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop Garrus Vakarian details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced.

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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop Garrus Vakarian details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced. Averted once the Reapers finally arrive; Garrus's dire portents are vindicated and he gets catapulted to the top echelons himself and has generals saluting him.
26th Jul '17 12:47:01 PM MadCat221
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* In ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', CowboyCop Garrus Vakarian details to Commander Shepard how he successfully convinced his usually skeptical ByTheBookCop father (that he was a bit estranged with) that the Reapers are real. Since his father has connections in the top echelons of the Turian Hierarchy, he tries to convince the Primarch. The Primarch is... less convinced.
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9th Jun '17 3:01:03 PM ngh93
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* In ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', when the title character finally succeeded in convincing his friends that "the sky is falling" [[spoiler:(in other words, an alien ship was visiting]], when they tried to back him up the rest of the town didn't believe them either.

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* In ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', when the title character finally succeeded in convincing his friends that "the sky is falling" [[spoiler:(in other words, an alien ship was visiting]], visiting)]], when they tried to back him up the rest of the town didn't believe them either.
30th Sep '16 11:31:49 PM FordPrefect
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* ''Film/TwelveMonkeys'' has an interesting variation of this trope. Dr Railly doesn't believe James Cole's claims that he's from the future, but when he dissappears she investigates his claims and finds corroborating evidence. When Cole returns Dr Railly has difficulty convincing Cole of the truth, as he has accepted her explanation that he is delusional.
* In the ''Film/ChildsPlay'' series Mrs. Barclay ends up being committed because the cops who witnessed Chucky refused to back up her story.

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* ''Film/TwelveMonkeys'' has an interesting variation of this trope. Dr Railly doesn't believe James Cole's claims that he's from the future, but when he dissappears disappears, she investigates his claims and finds corroborating evidence. When Cole returns returns, Dr Railly has difficulty convincing Cole of the truth, as he has accepted her explanation that he is delusional.
* In the ''Film/ChildsPlay'' series series, Mrs. Barclay ends up being committed because the cops who witnessed Chucky refused to back up her story.
20th Jul '16 12:03:12 AM Eddy1215
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* In ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', when the title character finally succeeded in convincing his friend that "the sky is falling" [[spoiler:(in other words, an alien ship was visiting]], when they tried to back him up the rest of the town didn't believe them either.

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* In ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', when the title character finally succeeded in convincing his friend friends that "the sky is falling" [[spoiler:(in other words, an alien ship was visiting]], when they tried to back him up the rest of the town didn't believe them either.
4th Jul '16 12:11:23 AM VanSisean
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* ''Anime/{{Monster}}'': Over the course of the series, various people grow convineed that Dr. Tenma is telling the truth about Johan committing the murders that he is accused of and/or are persuaded to work toward exonerating him upon realizing that he is a good person and does not deserve to be a fugitive, up to and including [[spoiler: ''Inspector Lunge'']]. However, they still remain largely powerless to prevent the authorities from attempting to apprehend Tenma, save for trying to take matters into their own hands.

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* ''Anime/{{Monster}}'': Over the course of the series, various people grow convineed convinced that Dr. Tenma is telling the truth about Johan committing the murders that he is accused of and/or are persuaded to work toward exonerating him upon realizing that he is a good person and does not deserve to be a fugitive, up to and including [[spoiler: ''Inspector Lunge'']]. However, they still remain largely powerless to prevent the authorities from attempting to apprehend Tenma, save for trying to take matters into their own hands.
4th Jul '16 12:10:56 AM VanSisean
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4th Jul '16 12:10:09 AM VanSisean
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* ''Anime/{{Monster}}'': Over the course of the series, various people grow convineed that Dr. Tenma is telling the truth about Johan committing the murders that he is accused of and/or are persuaded to work toward exonerating him upon realizing that he is a good person and does not deserve to be a fugitive, up to and including [[spoiler: ''Inspector Lunge'']]. However, they still remain largely powerless to prevent the authorities from attempting to apprehend Tenma, save for trying to take matters into their own hands.
30th Jun '16 8:44:09 AM akaun6899
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* In the ''Film/ChildsPlay'' series Mrs. Barkley ends up being committed because the cops who witnessed Chucky refused to back up her story.

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* In the ''Film/ChildsPlay'' series Mrs. Barkley Barclay ends up being committed because the cops who witnessed Chucky refused to back up her story.
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