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26th Jun '16 12:23:23 AM NerdySaxophone
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* StreetlightManifesto references this in "A Better Place, A Better Time".

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* StreetlightManifesto references this in "A Better Place, A Better Time".Time", which is about TalkingDownTheSuicidal.
26th Jun '16 12:05:48 AM NerdySaxophone
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* StreetlightManifesto references this in "A Better Place, A Better Time".
-->"I'll draw your bath and I'll load your gun,
-->But I hope so bad that you'll bathe and hunt"
24th Jun '16 4:03:02 AM WillBGood
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* In ''Series/TheAdventuresOfSuperman'' (the 1950's TV show with George Reeves), a gullible rich person is told by a phony psychic (hired by the rich guy's heirs) that he would chase away the {{Evil Spirit}}s around him if he stepped into a bathtub while holding a live electrical cable. Superman saved him (of course).

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* In ''Series/TheAdventuresOfSuperman'' (the 1950's TV show with George Reeves), a gullible rich person is told by a phony psychic (hired by the rich guy's heirs) that he would chase away the {{Evil Spirit}}s evil spirits around him if he stepped into a bathtub while holding a live electrical cable. Superman saved him (of course).
24th Jun '16 4:02:29 AM WillBGood
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* In ''Series/TheAdventuresOfSuperman'' (the 1950's TV show with George Reeves), a gullible rich person is told by a phony psychic (hired by the rich guy's heirs) that he would chase away the EvilSpirits around him if he stepped into a bathtub while holding a live electrical cable. Superman saved him (of course).

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* In ''Series/TheAdventuresOfSuperman'' (the 1950's TV show with George Reeves), a gullible rich person is told by a phony psychic (hired by the rich guy's heirs) that he would chase away the EvilSpirits {{Evil Spirit}}s around him if he stepped into a bathtub while holding a live electrical cable. Superman saved him (of course).
24th Jun '16 4:01:59 AM WillBGood
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* In ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'', Dr. Gonzo asks Raoul Duke to do this during the high point of Music/JeffersonAirplane's "White Rabbit," believing that it will get him the ultimate high. Raoul flings a grapefruit instead (though he doesn't bounce it off his head like in the movie,) unplugs the radio (leaving it to run on its harmless batteries,) and then gets the hell out before Dr. Gonzo can realize what happened. When he gets up the nerve to check, Gonzo's started to come down from his trip.

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* In ''Literature/FearAndLoathingInLasVegas'', Dr. Gonzo asks Raoul Duke to do this during the high point of Music/JeffersonAirplane's "White Rabbit," believing that it will get him the ultimate high. Raoul flings a grapefruit instead (though he doesn't bounce it off his head like in the movie,) movie), unplugs the radio (leaving it to run on its harmless batteries,) batteries), and then gets the hell out before Dr. Gonzo can realize what happened. When he gets up the nerve to check, Gonzo's started to come down from his trip.
15th May '16 5:34:16 PM Chaosenvoy
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* Happens to Characters/DonaldDuck in the WesternAnimation/{{Classic Disney Short|s}} ''How to Have an Accident in the Home''. In this case, though, the water and toaster are two seperate accidents. For the bathtub, he's both using an electric razor and tuning into a radio near the tub at the same time, promptly getting zapped. As for the toaster, he's foolishly ramming a fork inside hoping that it'll fix it.

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* Happens to Characters/DonaldDuck in the WesternAnimation/{{Classic Disney Short|s}} ''How to Have an Accident in the Home''. In this case, though, the water and toaster are two seperate accidents. For the bathtub, he's both using an electric razor and tuning into a radio near the tub at the same time, promptly getting zapped. As for the toaster, he's foolishly ramming a fork knife inside hoping that it'll fix it.
15th May '16 5:33:08 PM Chaosenvoy
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* Happens to Characters/DonaldDuck in the WesternAnimation/{{Classic Disney Short|s}} ''How to Have an Accident in the Home''. In this case, though, there's no water involved, instead he's foolishly ramming a fork inside hoping that it'll fix it.

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* Happens to Characters/DonaldDuck in the WesternAnimation/{{Classic Disney Short|s}} ''How to Have an Accident in the Home''. In this case, though, there's no the water involved, instead and toaster are two seperate accidents. For the bathtub, he's both using an electric razor and tuning into a radio near the tub at the same time, promptly getting zapped. As for the toaster, he's foolishly ramming a fork inside hoping that it'll fix it.
14th May '16 10:01:16 PM Chaosenvoy
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* Happens to Characters/DonaldDuck in the WesternAnimation/{{Classic Disney Short|s}} ''How to Have an Accident in the Home''.

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* Happens to Characters/DonaldDuck in the WesternAnimation/{{Classic Disney Short|s}} ''How to Have an Accident in the Home''. In this case, though, there's no water involved, instead he's foolishly ramming a fork inside hoping that it'll fix it.
11th May '16 1:45:44 PM erforce
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* In ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'', the heroes shock Cameron into reset mode (after her brief FaceHeelTurn in the second-season opener) with a clock radio hidden in a baptismal font.

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* In ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'', ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'', the heroes shock Cameron into reset mode (after her brief FaceHeelTurn in the second-season opener) with a clock radio hidden in a baptismal font.
11th May '16 8:15:31 AM SomewhatMisleading
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