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15th Sep '17 12:54:54 AM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''Film/TheLeopardMan'' has both a SecondaryCharacterTitle based on Charlie How-Come's showman nickname and an AntagonistTitle deacribing the M.O. of the killer.
14th Sep '17 9:52:50 PM tropeminer
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* ''Film/FaceOff'': A cop and a terrorist, [[ArchNemesis two mortal blood enemies]], '''face off''' (as in "fight") with each other while also having switched each other's faces to pass off as one another.
31st Aug '17 8:59:34 AM MyFinalEdits
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** Season Five:
*** The Sons of the Harpy: [[spoiler:At first it's a straight up {{Antagonist|Title}} TeamTitle concerning the group that is causing problems for Daenerys. In retrospect, this episode not only also focuses on Jon, but has the most blatant {{Foreshadowing}}s of his real relationship with Rhaegar Targaryen, who we also happen to learn in this episode that loves playing the harp.]]

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** Season Five:
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Five: The Sons of the Harpy: [[spoiler:At first it's a straight up {{Antagonist|Title}} TeamTitle concerning the group that is causing problems for Daenerys. In retrospect, this episode not only also focuses on Jon, but has the most blatant {{Foreshadowing}}s of his real relationship with Rhaegar Targaryen, who we also happen to learn in this episode that loves playing the harp.]]



** Season Seven:
*** The Dragon and the Wolf: [[spoiler: We finally see Rhaegar and Lyanna getting married, get 100% confirmation that Jon is their child and that his name is Aegon Targaryen, and Jon consummates his relationship with Daenerys. ]]

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** Season Seven:
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Seven: The Dragon and the Wolf: [[spoiler: We finally see Rhaegar and Lyanna getting married, get 100% confirmation that Jon is their child and that his name is Aegon Targaryen, and Jon consummates his relationship with Daenerys. ]]
31st Aug '17 8:22:50 AM Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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* ''Series/{{Transparent}}'': The family patriarch opens up to his family (i.e. becomes more ''transparent'') that he's now a ''trans''gendered woman.

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* ''Series/{{Transparent}}'': The family patriarch opens up to his family (i.e. becomes more ''transparent'') that he's now a ''trans''gendered woman.transgendered woman (i.e. a ''trans'' ''parent'').
28th Aug '17 7:56:34 AM bobwolf
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** Season Seven:
*** The Dragon and the Wolf: [[spoiler: We finally see Rhaegar and Lyanna getting married, get 100% confirmation that Jon is their child and that his name is Aegon Targaryen, and Jon consummates his relationship with Daenerys. ]]
7th Aug '17 11:19:25 AM nowaymanguy
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** ''[[PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice Spirit of Justice]]'' has a number of meanings. The most obvious one is the metaphorical spirit of justice that the characters are attempting to uphold. 'Spirit' can be taken literally as well though, as spirits of the departed play a vital role in the game's story. Take that a big further, and the title can also refer to [[spoiler:the spirit of Jove Justice, which becomes a vital element in the game's finale.]] Furthermore, "Spirit of Justice" is also the name of the Lady Justice statue in the Department of Justice Headquarters in Washington D.C.
3rd Aug '17 3:43:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/{{Taboo}}'': The title can refer to several taboo acts that ByronicHero James Delaney engages in, including incest and cannibalism.
1st Aug '17 9:10:14 PM Abodos
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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': The title is meant to refer to AfterTheEnd version of Hyrule with its relative lack of civilization. The "breath" part of the title is also meant to sound like "breadth," in reference to the massive WideOpenSandbox nature of the game world compared to previous games. Lastly, [[spoiler:the [[AnimalMecha Divine Beasts]], constructed to look like wild animals, use a BreathWeapon attack on Calamity Ganon right before Link faces him]].

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** ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': The title is meant to refer to the AfterTheEnd version of Hyrule with its relative lack of civilization. The "breath" part of the title is also meant to sound like "breadth," in reference to the massive WideOpenSandbox nature of the game world compared to previous games. Lastly, [[spoiler:the [[AnimalMecha Divine Beasts]], constructed to look like wild animals, use a BreathWeapon attack on Calamity Ganon right before Link faces him]].
23rd Jul '17 4:33:12 PM Gamermaster
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* ''Manga/KaguyaSamaWaKokurasetai'' does this with the two-part arc "I can't hear the fireworks". In part one it refers to the fact that Kaguya is confined to her bedroom. In part two [[spoiler:it's because her heart is beating too loudly after seeing everything Shirogane did for her to make sure she could see them.]]



* ''Manga/KaguyaSamaWaKokurasetai'' does this with the two-part arc "I can't hear the fireworks". In part one it refers to the fact that Kaguya is confined to her bedroom. In part two [[spoiler:it's because her heart is beating too loudly after seeing everything Shirogane did for her to make sure she could see them.]]
23rd Jul '17 6:42:05 AM Cannox
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[[caption-width-right:294:Does "Dreamland" refer to the nightclub or the AdventuresInComaland?]]

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[[caption-width-right:294:Does "Dreamland" refer to the nightclub or the AdventuresInComaland?]]
AdventuresInComaland? [[MathematiciansAnswer Yes]].]]
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