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19th Sep '17 9:15:57 PM JMQwilleran
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* In the ''Literature/LockwoodAndCo'' series, this is the skull in the jar's repeated inquiry to Lucy in the final book, ''The Empty Grave''. While it takes her a while to get there, the answer is ultimately "yes," as Lucy [[spoiler:smashes the jar, allowing the spirit within to go free, and he ultimately proves an aid in taking down the BigBad, Marissa Fittes and her own pet Type Three ghost, Ezekiel.]]
26th Aug '17 6:00:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/DeathNote2017'': Mia asks Light to trust her when she has the Death Note hidden away somewhere to keep it from falling into the hands of the cops. [[spoiler:It turns out he can't, since she wrote Light's name in there to blackmail him because she wants the book for herself.]] In the climax he asks the same of her if she truly loves him. [[spoiler:She chooses not to, which results in her own death due to a very-specifically worded demise that Light had written in anticipation.]]
9th Jul '17 11:07:11 PM Jupree
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* Briefly used in ''Film/TheMan''. Derrick Vann tells Santos that he needs the money so that he can fool the criminals in his operation. Santos reluctantly gives in. He gets more upset the second time, when he needs the money. But eventually he trusts Derrick and gives him an extention. Derrick asks, "Where the love, dawg?"

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* Briefly used in ''Film/TheMan''. Derrick Vann tells Officer Santos that he needs the money so that he can fool the criminals in his operation. Santos reluctantly gives in. He gets more upset the second time, when he needs the money. But eventually money for the captain to check on. Derrick then reminds Santos that he trust Derrick, and that Derrick has never given him a reason to distrust him. He trusts Derrick and gives him an extention. Derrick asks, "Where the love, dawg?"
9th Jul '17 11:05:04 PM Jupree
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* Briefly used in ''Film/TheMan''. Derrick Vann tells Santos that he needs the money so that he can fool the criminals in his operation. Santos reluctantly gives in. He gets more upset the second time, when he needs the money. But eventually he trusts Derrick and gives him an extention. Derrick asks, "Where the love, dawg?"
16th Jun '17 2:41:27 PM Ccook1956
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* Pretty much the basis of the 1950s game show ''Do You Trust Your Wife?'' (later retitled ''Who Do You Trust?'').
15th Jun '17 3:57:02 AM Ccook1956
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* ''Series/{{MASH}}'': Inversion--Col. Flagg seeks someone he can trust whenever he shows up on one of his conspiracy theory missions.
5th Jun '17 5:55:40 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''Film/NationalTreasure'' includes Nicholas Cage saying this to his love interest. [[spoiler:He is holding her from falling off an old lift. The trust comes from having to risk dropping her onto a lower platform to grab the Declaration of Independence from falling into a deep chasm. She understands perfectly.]]
* Comes up in ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''.
* Jack asks this of Rose in ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'' in the scene on the bow of the ship.
* The ''Titanic'' example is lampshaded and subverted in ''Film/LoveActually''.
* In ''Head Over Heels'', Freddie Prinze Jr.'s character doesn't ask the question, but simply says, "Trust me."

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* ''Film/NationalTreasure'' includes Nicholas Cage saying this Done in ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'' with Gru and the orphan girls. Margo trusts him enough to his love interest. [[spoiler:He is holding have Edith and Agnes jump over the gap to Gru, but [[spoiler:Vector catches her from falling off an old lift. The trust comes from having to risk dropping her onto a lower platform to grab the Declaration of Independence from falling into a deep chasm. She understands perfectly.]]
* Comes up in ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''.
* Jack asks this of Rose in ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'' in the scene on the bow of the ship.
* The ''Titanic'' example is lampshaded and subverted in ''Film/LoveActually''.
* In ''Head Over Heels'', Freddie Prinze Jr.'s character doesn't ask the question, but simply says, "Trust me."
before she can jump herself]].
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* Inverted in ''Film/{{Casino}}'' where Creator/RobertDeNiro as Ace Rothstein asks his wife, Ginger, several times in one scene: "Can I trust you?" He can't.
* ''Film/GhostInTheShell2017''. Major discovers that everything she's been told about her origin is a lie.
-->'''Major:''' I don't know who to trust.\\
'''Batou:''' You trust me, right?\\
'''Major:''' [[PlatonicLifePartners Yeah, I do.]]
* In ''Head Over Heels'', Creator/FreddiePrinzeJr's character doesn't ask the question, but simply says, "Trust me."
* Also inverted in ''Film/LawAbidingCitizen'' when Nick Rice asks this of Clyde before revealing that he's already made a plea bargain with the murderer of his wife and child. The rest of the movie involves Clyde making Nick regret this bitterly.
%%* The ''Titanic'' example is lampshaded and subverted in ''Film/LoveActually''.
* ''Film/NationalTreasure'' includes Nicholas Cage saying this to his love interest. [[spoiler:He is holding her from falling off an old lift. The trust comes from having to risk dropping her onto a lower platform to grab the Declaration of Independence from falling into a deep chasm. She understands perfectly.]]



* Inverted in ''Film/{{Casino}}'' where RobertDeNiro as Ace Rothstein asks his wife, Ginger, several times in one scene: "Can I trust you?" He can't.
* Done in ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'' with Gru and the orphan girls. Margo trusts him enough to have Edith and Agnes jump over the gap to Gru, but [[spoiler:Vector catches her before she can jump herself]].
* Also inverted in ''Film/LawAbidingCitizen'' when Nick Rice asks this of Clyde before revealing that he's already made a plea bargain with the murderer of his wife and child. The rest of the movie involves Clyde making Nick regret this bitterly.



* ''Film/GhostInTheShell2017''. Major discovers that everything she's been told about her origin is a lie.
-->'''Major:''' I don't know who to trust.
-->'''Batou:''' You trust me, right?
-->'''Major:''' [[PlatonicLifePartners Yeah, I do.]]

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* ''Film/GhostInTheShell2017''. Major discovers that everything she's been told about her origin is a lie.
-->'''Major:''' I don't know who to trust.
-->'''Batou:''' You trust me, right?
-->'''Major:''' [[PlatonicLifePartners Yeah, I do.]]
Jack asks this of Rose in ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'' in the scene on the bow of the ship.
%%* Comes up in ''Literature/{{Twilight}}''.



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* ''Literature/{{Deryni}}'': In ''High Deryni'', after Denis Arilan reveals his Deryni aura to his brother bishop Thomas Cardiel, Cardiel recalls looking for him in a chapel (and failing to find him) a few nights earlier and asks Arilan where he went. Arilan tells his friend he may not answer, and Cardiel probes, asking if there is some organized hierarchy of mages with authority over him. Arilan asks for patience and when Cardiel asks again, he replies, "Trust me, Thomas? I swear I'll not betray that trust."



* A slightly darker version of the question is given in ''Literature/IntoTheLandOfTheUnicorns''. Cara's grandmother asks, "Do you think I'm crazy?" before telling Cara she must jump from a church roof to escape a pursuer.



* A slightly darker version of the question is given in ''Literature/IntoTheLandOfTheUnicorns''. Cara's grandmother asks, "Do you think I'm crazy?" before telling Cara she must jump from a church roof to escape a pursuer.
* In ''[[Literature/{{Deryni}} High Deryni]]'', after Denis Arilan reveals his Deryni aura to his brother bishop Thomas Cardiel, Cardiel recalls looking for him in a chapel (and failing to find him) a few nights earlier and asks Arilan where he went. Arilan tells his friend he may not answer, and Cardiel probes, asking if there is some organized hierarchy of mages with authority over him. Arilan asks for patience and when Cardiel asks again, he replies, "Trust me, Thomas? I swear I'll not betray that trust."



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* Repeatedly subverted in an episode of ''Series/TheITCrowd'':
-->'''Roy:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Moss:''' *''without any hesitation''* No!\\
'''Roy:''' (''frustrated'') C'mon, Moss! Do you trust me?\\
'''Moss:''' No!\\
'''Roy:''' (''angry'') Moss!\\
'''Moss:''' I. Don't. Trust. You!
* Scully and Mulder say that to each other regularly on ''Series/TheXFiles'', though it became less and less frequent as the series progressed--not because they stopped trusting each other, but more like because their mutual trust reached almost telepathic levels.
* Subverted in the ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' episode "Walnuts and Demerol".
-->'''Evelyn:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Alan Harper, Berta, Charlie Harper, Rose:''' No!\\
'''Evelyn:''' Okay, but you know I have your best interest at heart. Don't you?\\
'''Alan Harper, Berta, Charlie Harper, Rose:''' NO!

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* Repeatedly subverted ''Franchise/{{Buffyverse}}'':
** Angel asks Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}}
in an episode "Lie to Me", "Do you love me?" before agreeing to reveal the truth about how he turned Drusilla into a vampire. Buffy replies, "I love you. I don't know if I trust you." (Angel replies, "[[{{Foreshadowing}} Maybe you shouldn't.]]") In Season 6 "Dead Things" Buffy is having a relationship with another vampire, Spike, but keeps [[ItDoesntMeanAnything insisting their relationship is purely sexual]] with no love involved. In response Spike [[KinkyCuffs offers her a pair of ''Series/TheITCrowd'':
-->'''Roy:''' Do
handcuffs]] and asks, "Do you trust me?\\
'''Moss:''' *''without any hesitation''* No!\\
'''Roy:''' (''frustrated'') C'mon, Moss! Do you trust me?\\
'''Moss:''' No!\\
'''Roy:''' (''angry'') Moss!\\
'''Moss:''' I. Don't. Trust. You!
* Scully and Mulder say that to each other regularly on ''Series/TheXFiles'', though it became less and less frequent as
me?" Buffy replies "Never" but the series progressed--not because they stopped trusting each other, next day is seen [[CuffsOffRubWrists rubbing her wrists in a telling manner]].
** Series/{{Angel}} asks potential LoveInterest Detective Kate Lockley if she trusts him before handing over information on a SerialKiller without revealing the source. She says she does without hesitation,
but more like because their mutual trust reached almost telepathic levels.
* Subverted
later in the ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' episode "Walnuts Kate discovers Angel is a vampire and Demerol".
-->'''Evelyn:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Alan Harper, Berta, Charlie Harper, Rose:''' No!\\
'''Evelyn:''' Okay, but you know I have your best interest at heart. Don't you?\\
'''Alan Harper, Berta, Charlie Harper, Rose:''' NO!
she never fully trusts him again.



* In the ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' episode "Doomsday", Clark has just admitted to Jimmy that he's the Red-Blue Blur.
-->'''Clark Kent:''' Jimmy, do you trust me?\\
'''Jimmy Olsen:''' Always, C.K.
** And the episode "Reckoning"
-->'''Clark:''' [''places the key into the pedestal and they are both surrounded by beams of light''] It's okay.\\
'''Lana:''' [''looks around in amazement as Clark reaches out to her'']\\
'''Clark:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Lana:''' [''grabs Clark's hand and they are instantly transported to the Fortress of Solitude'']
** The biggest one is probably in ''Collateral'', when [[spoiler:Chloe returns and asking Clark to trust her to escape from a virtual reality. He hesitates and loses the first chance, but he knows he still trusts her deep inside. It takes a darker turn when a bad guy assumed her likeness in the virtual world...]]
* The ''{{Series/Dollhouse}}'' episode "The Target".
-->'''Boyd Langton:''' You can't go after this guy. You don't have the right imprint. You don't have the right training. [snip]
-->'''Jenny:''' Do you trust me? [snip]\\
'''Boyd:''' With my life.
** And "Vows"
-->'''Paul Ballard:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Echo:''' [[MeaningfulEcho With my life]].
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Time of Angels", the Doctor and associates are surrounded by Weeping Angels, who are prevented from attacking only because someone can see them.
-->'''Doctor:''' Do you trust me?\\

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* In Sara asks Grissom this before starting to shave him in ''Series/{{CSI}}''.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** A frequent occurrence between
the ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' episode "Doomsday", Clark has just admitted to Jimmy that he's the Red-Blue Blur.
-->'''Clark Kent:''' Jimmy, do you trust me?\\
'''Jimmy Olsen:''' Always, C.K.
** And the episode "Reckoning"
-->'''Clark:''' [''places the key into the pedestal
Doctor and they are both surrounded by beams of light''] It's okay.\\
'''Lana:''' [''looks around in amazement as Clark reaches out to her'']\\
'''Clark:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Lana:''' [''grabs Clark's hand and they are instantly transported to the Fortress of Solitude'']
** The biggest one is probably in ''Collateral'', when [[spoiler:Chloe returns and asking Clark to trust her to escape from a virtual reality. He hesitates and loses the first chance, but he knows he still trusts her deep inside. It takes a darker turn when a bad guy assumed her likeness
his companions in the virtual world...]]
* The ''{{Series/Dollhouse}}'' episode "The Target".
-->'''Boyd Langton:''' You can't go after this guy. You don't have the right imprint. You don't have the right training. [snip]
-->'''Jenny:''' Do you trust me? [snip]\\
'''Boyd:''' With my life.
new series.
** And "Vows"
-->'''Paul Ballard:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Echo:''' [[MeaningfulEcho With my life]].
* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode
[[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E4TheTimeOfAngels "The Time of Angels", the Angels"]]: The Doctor and associates are surrounded by Weeping Angels, who are prevented from attacking only because someone can see them.
-->'''Doctor:''' --->'''The Doctor:''' Do you trust me?\\



'''Doctor:''' You lot, do you trust me?\\
'''Bishop:''' We have faith, sir.\\
'''Doctor:''' Then give me your gun. I'm about to do something incredibly stupid and dangerous. When I do ... jump.\\
[He shoots out the only light source.]
** Just generally used a lot in the new series.
** And from "Flesh and Stone":
--->'''The Doctor''': Amy, I need you to trust me. It's never been more important.
--->'''Amy''': But you don't always tell me the truth.
--->'''The Doctor''': If I always told you the truth, I wouldn't need you to trust me.
* [[Series/HouseOfCardsUK Francis Urquhart]] is fond of the phrase "You do trust me, don't you?". If he ever asks you it, ''run''.
* Sara asks Grissom this before starting to shave him in ''Series/{{CSI}}''.
* Angel asks Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}} in "Lie to Me", "Do you love me?" before agreeing to reveal the truth about how he turned Drusilla into a vampire. Buffy replies, "I love you. I don't know if I trust you." (Angel replies, "[[{{Foreshadowing}} Maybe you shouldn't.]]") In Season 6 "Dead Things" Buffy is having a relationship with another vampire, Spike, but keeps [[ItDoesntMeanAnything insisting their relationship is purely sexual]] with no love involved. In response Spike [[KinkyCuffs offers her a pair of handcuffs]] and asks, "Do you trust me?" Buffy replies "Never" but the next day is seen [[CuffsOffRubWrists rubbing her wrists in a telling manner]].
* Series/{{Angel}} asks potential LoveInterest Detective Kate Lockley if she trusts him before handing over information on a SerialKiller without revealing the source. She says she does without hesitation, but later in the episode Kate discovers Angel is a vampire and she never fully trusts him again.
* A variation occurs in the BBC MiniSeries ''Series/TheSinkingOfTheLaconia''. Junior Officer Thomas Mortimer asks passenger Hilda Smith this, saying he only has four hours off-duty to do "whatever he likes". The set-up of the scene leads viewers to think he is making a sexual pass, but it turns out he's asking to be allowed to babysit her infant [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming so he can remind himself of his own children]].

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'''Doctor:''' '''The Doctor:''' You lot, do you trust me?\\
'''Bishop:''' '''Bishop Octavian:''' We have faith, sir.\\
'''Doctor:''' '''The Doctor:''' Then give me your gun. I'm about to do something incredibly stupid and dangerous. When I do ... jump.\\
[He ''[He shoots out the only light source.]
** Just generally used a lot in the new series.
]''
** And from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E5FleshAndStone "Flesh and Stone":
Stone"]]:
--->'''The Doctor''': Doctor:''' Amy, I need you to trust me. It's never been more important.
--->'''Amy''':
important.\\
'''Amy:'''
But you don't always tell me the truth.
--->'''The Doctor''':
truth.\\
'''The Doctor:'''
If I always told you the truth, I wouldn't need you to trust me.
* [[Series/HouseOfCardsUK Francis Urquhart]] is fond of the phrase "You do trust me, The ''{{Series/Dollhouse}}'' episode "The Target".
-->'''Boyd Langton:''' You can't go after this guy. You
don't you?". If he ever asks you it, ''run''.
* Sara asks Grissom this before starting to shave him in ''Series/{{CSI}}''.
* Angel asks Series/{{Buffy|the Vampire Slayer}} in "Lie to Me", "Do you love me?" before agreeing to reveal
have the truth about how he turned Drusilla into a vampire. Buffy replies, "I love you. I right imprint. You don't know if I trust you." (Angel replies, "[[{{Foreshadowing}} Maybe you shouldn't.]]") In Season 6 "Dead Things" Buffy is having a relationship with another vampire, Spike, but keeps [[ItDoesntMeanAnything insisting their relationship is purely sexual]] with no love involved. In response Spike [[KinkyCuffs offers her a pair of handcuffs]] and asks, "Do have the right training. [snip]
-->'''Jenny:''' Do
you trust me?" Buffy replies "Never" but the next day is seen [[CuffsOffRubWrists rubbing her wrists in a telling manner]].
* Series/{{Angel}} asks potential LoveInterest Detective Kate Lockley if she trusts him before handing over information on a SerialKiller without revealing the source. She says she does without hesitation, but later in the episode Kate discovers Angel is a vampire and she never fully trusts him again.
* A variation occurs in the BBC MiniSeries ''Series/TheSinkingOfTheLaconia''. Junior Officer Thomas Mortimer asks passenger Hilda Smith this, saying he only has four hours off-duty to do "whatever he likes". The set-up of the scene leads viewers to think he is making a sexual pass, but it turns out he's asking to be allowed to babysit her infant [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming so he can remind himself of his own children]].
me? [snip]\\
'''Boyd:''' With my life.
** And "Vows"
-->'''Paul Ballard:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Echo:''' [[MeaningfulEcho With my life]].



-->'''Tormund:''' (quietly) You trust me, Jon Snow?
-->'''Jon:''' Does that make me a fool, then?
-->'''Tormund:''' We're fools together now.

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-->'''Tormund:''' --->'''Tormund:''' (quietly) You trust me, Jon Snow?
-->'''Jon:'''
Snow?\\
'''Jon:'''
Does that make me a fool, then?
-->'''Tormund:'''
then?\\
'''Tormund:'''
We're fools together now.now.
* ''Series/HouseOfCardsUK'': Francis Urquhart is fond of the phrase "You do trust me, don't you?". If he ever asks you it, ''run''.
* Repeatedly subverted in an episode of ''Series/TheITCrowd'':
-->'''Roy:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Moss:''' *''without any hesitation''* No!\\
'''Roy:''' (''frustrated'') C'mon, Moss! Do you trust me?\\
'''Moss:''' No!\\
'''Roy:''' (''angry'') Moss!\\
'''Moss:''' I. Don't. Trust. You!
* A variation occurs in the BBC MiniSeries ''Series/TheSinkingOfTheLaconia''. Junior Officer Thomas Mortimer asks passenger Hilda Smith this, saying he only has four hours off-duty to do "whatever he likes". The set-up of the scene leads viewers to think he is making a sexual pass, but it turns out he's asking to be allowed to babysit her infant [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming so he can remind himself of his own children]].
* In the ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' episode "Doomsday", Clark has just admitted to Jimmy that he's the Red-Blue Blur.
-->'''Clark Kent:''' Jimmy, do you trust me?\\
'''Jimmy Olsen:''' Always, C.K.
** And the episode "Reckoning"
-->'''Clark:''' [''places the key into the pedestal and they are both surrounded by beams of light''] It's okay.\\
'''Lana:''' [''looks around in amazement as Clark reaches out to her'']\\
'''Clark:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Lana:''' [''grabs Clark's hand and they are instantly transported to the Fortress of Solitude'']
** The biggest one is probably in "Collateral", when [[spoiler:Chloe returns and asking Clark to trust her to escape from a virtual reality. He hesitates and loses the first chance, but he knows he still trusts her deep inside. It takes a darker turn when a bad guy assumed her likeness in the virtual world...]]



* Subverted in the ''Series/TwoAndAHalfMen'' episode "Walnuts and Demerol".
-->'''Evelyn:''' Do you trust me?\\
'''Alan Harper, Berta, Charlie Harper, Rose:''' No!\\
'''Evelyn:''' Okay, but you know I have your best interest at heart. Don't you?\\
'''Alan Harper, Berta, Charlie Harper, Rose:''' NO!
* Scully and Mulder say that to each other regularly on ''Series/TheXFiles'', though it became less and less frequent as the series progressed--not because they stopped trusting each other, but more like because their mutual trust reached almost telepathic levels.



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* In ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'', if you pick Ahri as your champion, she'll open up with "Don't you trust me?". This goes both ways as she has a nasty reputation of a soul-sucking seductress and in the same time, she's trying to lure you, the player, into her thrall due to her charm. (Though she won't actually suck the player's soul, [[GoodBadGirl she's kind of like that.]])
* ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode'': During one of the chase segments in Boom Town, Axel asks Jesse to let him carry the Order's amulet. If you choose to keep holding onto it, he's visibly hurt that you don't trust him.



* In ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'', if you pick Ahri as your champion, she'll open up with "Don't you trust me?". This goes both ways as she has a nasty reputation of a soul-sucking seductress and in the same time, she's trying to lure you, the player, into her thrall due to her charm. (Though she won't actually suck the player's soul, [[GoodBadGirl she's kind of like that.]])
* ''VideoGame/MinecraftStoryMode'': During one of the chase segments in Boom Town, Axel asks Jesse to let him carry the Order's amulet. If you choose to keep holding onto it, he's visibly hurt that you don't trust him.



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* {{Subverted}} in [[http://www.''[[http://www.otherworldcomic.com/index.html Otherworld]]Otherworld]]'':



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* ''Film/GhostInTheShell2017''. Major discovers that everything she's been told about her origin is a lie.
-->'''Major:''' I don't know who to trust.
-->'''Batou:''' You trust me, right?
-->'''Major:''' [[PlatonicLifePartners Yeah, I do.]]
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-->'''Kashyk:''' Captain, do you trust me? \\

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* A slightly darker version of the question is given in ''Literature/InTheLandOfTheUnicorns''. Cara's grandmother asks, "Do you think I'm crazy?" before telling Cara she must jump from a church roof to escape a pursuer.

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* A slightly darker version of the question is given in ''Literature/InTheLandOfTheUnicorns''.''Literature/IntoTheLandOfTheUnicorns''. Cara's grandmother asks, "Do you think I'm crazy?" before telling Cara she must jump from a church roof to escape a pursuer.
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