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14th Sep '17 2:20:12 PM eroock
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14th Sep '17 2:17:37 PM eroock
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14th Sep '17 10:15:48 AM Morgenthaler
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8th Sep '17 2:17:19 PM eroock
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-->--'''Jayne Cobb''', ''Series/{{Firefly}}''

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2nd Aug '17 5:32:41 AM sayaleviathan
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** In Season 7, [[spoiler:Cersei returns the favor to Ellaria by kissing her daughter, Tyene, which the same poison used to kill Myrcella and forcing her to watch her daughter die and rot in chains]].
16th Jul '17 9:04:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* This was a favorite tactic of Poison Ivy in her early appearances in the Franchise/{{Batman}} comics. Gradually she gained the ability to generate poisons in her body, negating the need for the drugged lipstick.

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* This was a favorite tactic of Poison Ivy in her early appearances in the Franchise/{{Batman}} comics. Gradually she gained the ability to [[PoisonousPerson generate poisons in her body, body]], negating the need for the drugged lipstick.
16th Jul '17 9:02:37 AM Morgenthaler
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** In her earliest appearances in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', Poison Ivy is shown applying drugged lipstick to create her toxic kisses, something she uses against Harvey Dent and Batman in her first episode. Later episodes make the poisonous kisses natural, and show her creating doctored lipstick for Harley Quinn to use in order to cause the same effect. Whether this is a [[RetCon retcon]] or an implication that Ivy's powers evolved over time (a reasonable hypothesis, given other changes, like her skin color) is unknown, but as she does possess an antidote to her own poisons and was later shown giving Harley Quinn an injection for the same, it can be assumed that even in her earliest appearances she'd already treated herself to prevent from being poisoned.
*** It's later revealed in the ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures'' comics that [[spoiler:the green-skinned, super-powered version of Poison Ivy was actually a body double created by the real one who had forgotten she was a clone. She thought her body becoming more plantlike was a result of it absorbing the poisons she worked with and giving her superhuman powers but it was actually due to it [[CloneDegeneration breaking down because she was never meant to live longer than it took for the real Poison Ivy to make a clean getaway from Gotham City]].]]

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** In her earliest appearances in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', Poison Ivy is shown applying drugged lipstick to create her toxic kisses, something she uses against Harvey Dent and Batman in her first episode. Later episodes make the poisonous kisses natural, and show her creating doctored lipstick for Harley Quinn to use in order to cause the same effect. Whether this is a [[RetCon retcon]] or an implication that Ivy's powers evolved over time (a reasonable hypothesis, given other changes, like her skin color) is unknown, but as she does possess an antidote to her own poisons and was later shown giving Harley Quinn an injection for the same, it can be assumed that even in her earliest appearances she'd already treated herself to prevent from being poisoned.
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* It's later revealed in the ''ComicBook/TheBatmanAdventures'' comics that [[spoiler:the green-skinned, super-powered version of Poison Ivy was actually a body double created by the real one who had forgotten she was a clone. She thought her body becoming more plantlike was a result of it absorbing the poisons she worked with and giving her superhuman powers but it was actually due to it [[CloneDegeneration breaking down because she was never meant to live longer than it took for the real Poison Ivy to make a clean getaway from Gotham City]].]]



''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' had the episode ''Holiday Knights'' which was split in three parts. The first part dealt with Bruce Wayne being kissed by Harley Quinn, who, along with Poison Ivy, kidnapped him and made him spend a ridiculous amount of money on them. When the lipstick began wearing off, Harley tried to kiss him again.

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''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' had * ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'':
** In her earliest appearances, Poison Ivy is shown applying drugged lipstick to create her toxic kisses, something she uses against Harvey Dent and Batman in her first episode. Later episodes make the poisonous kisses natural, and show her creating doctored lipstick for Harley Quinn to use in order to cause the same effect. Whether this is a [[RetCon retcon]] or an implication that Ivy's powers evolved over time (a reasonable hypothesis, given other changes, like her skin color) is unknown, but as she does possess an antidote to her own poisons and was later shown giving Harley Quinn an injection for the same, it can be assumed that even in her earliest appearances she'd already treated herself to prevent from being poisoned.
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the episode ''Holiday Knights'' which was split in three parts. The first part dealt with Bruce Wayne being kissed by Harley Quinn, who, along with Poison Ivy, kidnapped him and made him spend a ridiculous amount of money on them. When the lipstick began wearing off, Harley tried to kiss him again.
28th Jun '17 1:23:44 AM sayaleviathan
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Princess Myrcella is given a goodbye kiss by Ellaria Sand. [[spoiler:Unfortunately her lips are coated with a delayed-action poison which kills her a short time later. Ellaria just takes the antidote after the princess has left.]] Why the Lannisters don't simply turn around and demand an explanation is unclear. [[/folder]]

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* The bloody cochineal poison in the ''TabletopGame/LamentationsOfTheFlamePrincess'' module ''No Salvation for Witches''. It at least addresses the immunity issue by specifying that the poison has no effect on women, somehow. (Presumably [[AWizardDidIt it's magic]].)

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Princess Myrcella is given a goodbye kiss by Ellaria Sand. [[spoiler:Unfortunately her lips are coated with a delayed-action poison which kills her a short time later. Ellaria just takes the antidote after the princess has left.]] Why the Lannisters don't simply turn around and demand an explanation is unclear. [[/folder]]

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The bloody cochineal poison in the ''TabletopGame/LamentationsOfTheFlamePrincess'' module ''No Salvation for Witches''. It at least addresses the immunity issue by specifying that the poison has no effect on women, somehow. (Presumably [[AWizardDidIt it's magic]].)
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* The bloody cochineal poison in the ''TabletopGame/LamentationsOfTheFlamePrincess'' module ''No Salvation for Witches''. It at least addresses the immunity issue by specifying that the poison has no effect on women, somehow. (Presumably [[AWizardDidIt it's magic]].)
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24th Jun '17 6:25:54 PM cockgarglernohomo
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Princess Myrcella is given a goodbye kiss by Ellaria Sand. [[spoiler:Unfortunately her lips are coated with a delayed-action poison which kills her a short time later. Ellaria just takes the antidote after the princess has left.]]

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Princess Myrcella is given a goodbye kiss by Ellaria Sand. [[spoiler:Unfortunately her lips are coated with a delayed-action poison which kills her a short time later. Ellaria just takes the antidote after the princess has left.]]]] Why the Lannisters don't simply turn around and demand an explanation is unclear. [[/folder]]

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The bloody cochineal poison in the ''TabletopGame/LamentationsOfTheFlamePrincess'' module ''No Salvation for Witches''. It at least addresses the immunity issue by specifying that the poison has no effect on women, somehow. (Presumably [[AWizardDidIt it's magic]].)



[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The bloody cochineal poison in the ''TabletopGame/LamentationsOfTheFlamePrincess'' module ''No Salvation for Witches''. It at least addresses the immunity issue by specifying that the poison has no effect on women, somehow. (Presumably [[AWizardDidIt it's magic]].)
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8th Mar '17 11:52:32 PM JackG
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* The LesYay HongKong action movie ''Film/NakedKiller'' (1992): Poisoned lipstick is used on a couple of occasions.

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* The LesYay HongKong action movie ''Film/NakedKiller'' ''Naked Killer'' (1992): Poisoned lipstick is used on a couple of occasions.


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* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Princess Myrcella is given a goodbye kiss by Ellaria Sand. [[spoiler:Unfortunately her lips are coated with a delayed-action poison which kills her a short time later. Ellaria just takes the antidote after the princess has left.]]
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