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17th May '16 6:37:27 PM Eddy1215
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* In the second season episode of ''WhiteCollar'' called "By the Book" there is a LetMeGetThisStraight moment when Peter points out the flaw in the Perfect Exchange but later when Mozzie figures it out its more of one of theses as he exclaims 'There is no middle man!'

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* In the second season episode of ''WhiteCollar'' ''Series/WhiteCollar'' called "By the Book" there is a LetMeGetThisStraight moment when Peter points out the flaw in the Perfect Exchange but later when Mozzie figures it out its more of one of theses as he exclaims 'There is no middle man!'



-->'''Ross''': Your little "Ross is dead" joke didn't work, okay? There were no responses. Nobody posted anything on the website, nobody called my parents. So the joke, my friend, is on you. Nobody called, nobody wrote anything. Nobody cares that I'm dead! ({{Beat}}). Oh my God! Nobody cares that I'm ''dead''?

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-->'''Ross''': Your little "Ross is dead" joke didn't work, okay? There were no responses. Nobody posted anything on the website, nobody called my parents. So the joke, my friend, is on you. Nobody called, nobody wrote anything. Nobody cares that I'm dead! ({{Beat}}). Oh my God! [[DudeWheresMyRespect Nobody cares that I'm ''dead''?I'm]] ''[[DudeWheresMyRespect dead]]''?


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* In one episode of ''Series/ILoveLucy'', when Lucy has a snafu that prevents her from getting a passport to Europe, she decides to [[HumanMail stow away in a trunk]]. After realizing it's a bad idea, she asks Ethel to let her out, leading to this exchange:
-->'''Ethel''': Lucy, where are the keys?
-->'''Lucy''': They're right here. I've got them. ''[[TheKeyIsBehindTheLock I've got]] [[OhCrap them?!]]''
17th May '16 5:01:31 PM Julia1984
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* ''WesternAnimation/DragonsRidersOfBerk''; In the second season finale, Hiccup, imprisoned by Dagur the Deranged, sends a message to the other Dragonriders, telling them they need to lure the Whispering Death dragon that is threatening Berk to Outcast Island. Fishlegs suggests using dragon-root, which acts like catnip to dragons, to attract the Whispering Death.
-->'''Snotlout''': Just one problem; all our dragons go nuts when they go anywhere near it!
-->'''Fishlegs''': If you recall, not all the dragons are affected by the dragon-root. For example, as a boulder-class dragon, Meatlug is...(the others stare at him)...[[SayingTooMuch and I've said too much]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/DragonsRidersOfBerk''; In ''WesternAnimation/DragonsRidersOfBerk'':
** Occurs in "The Eel Effect" as Hiccup and Fishlegs spot something while scouting Eel Island (which, as its name suggests, is home to thousands of poisonous eels) for Toothless:
--->'''Fishlegs:''' That's a Typhoomerang mark!
--->'''Hiccup:''' The only dragon that eats eels!
--->'''Fishlegs:''' Yes, that makes sense... it's the perfect habitat for them, really... I bet there's ''tons'' of wild Typhoomerangs around here! ''(Hiccup stares blankly at him for the 3 seconds it takes for the implications to sink in)'' And that's bad. Really bad...
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the second season finale, finale: Hiccup, imprisoned by Dagur the Deranged, sends a message to the other Dragonriders, telling them they need to lure the Whispering Death dragon that is threatening Berk to Outcast Island. Fishlegs suggests using dragon-root, which acts like catnip to dragons, to attract the Whispering Death.
-->'''Snotlout''': --->'''Snotlout''': Just one problem; all our dragons go nuts when they go anywhere near it!
-->'''Fishlegs''': --->'''Fishlegs''': If you recall, not all the dragons are affected by the dragon-root. For example, as a boulder-class dragon, Meatlug is...(the others stare at him)...[[SayingTooMuch and I've said too much]].
3rd May '16 1:25:30 AM schoi30
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-->'''Klump''': Oh, it's a big, ugly, hairy beast that eats... anything in... sight... *gasp*

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-->'''Klump''': Oh, it's a big, ugly, hairy beast that eats... anything in... sight...in...sight. *gasp*
3rd May '16 1:24:00 AM schoi30
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-->'''Klump''': Oh, it's a big, ugly, hairy beast that eats... anything in... sight... (gasps in horror)

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-->'''Klump''': Oh, it's a big, ugly, hairy beast that eats... anything in... sight... (gasps in horror)*gasp*
3rd May '16 1:22:13 AM schoi30
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** From "Bug-A-Boogie" when DK informs Klump and Krusha there could be a bog monster lurking around:
-->'''Krusha''': What's a bog monster?
-->'''Klump''': Oh, it's a big, ugly, hairy beast that eats... anything in... sight... (gasps in horror)
30th Apr '16 3:53:38 PM Eddy1215
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-->'''Fishlegs''': If you recall, not all the dragons are affected by the dragon-root. For example, as a boulder-class dragon, Meatlug is...(the others stare at him)...and I've said too much.

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-->'''Fishlegs''': If you recall, not all the dragons are affected by the dragon-root. For example, as a boulder-class dragon, Meatlug is...(the others stare at him)...[[SayingTooMuch and I've said too much.much]].
30th Apr '16 3:07:12 PM Odacon_Spy
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* ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'': Kim Jong-Il's translator, while interpreting for Kim during an arms deal, takes a moment to think about ''what'' he's translating. Unfortunately for him, the realization is the second-last thing to ever go through his head.

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* ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'': Kim Jong-Il's translator, while interpreting for Kim during an arms deal, takes a moment to think about ''what'' he's translating. Unfortunately for him, the realization is the second-last ''second''-last thing to ever go through his head.



'''Translator''': He asks what part of the deal you did not understand. He says that perhaps his translator did not make it clear to you. He says he should... [[DeadlyEuphemism fire his... translator]]?\\

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'''Translator''': He asks what part of the deal you did not understand. He says that perhaps his translator did not make it clear to you. He says he should... [[DeadlyEuphemism fire f-fire his... translator]]?\\
28th Apr '16 10:52:41 PM billybobfred
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* In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', you can meet an OutlawCouple who think that an antique submachine gun makes them dangerous enough to go on a crime spree through the Strip. If the Courier [[SarcasmMode sarcastically]] says it's the most brilliant plan he/she has ever heard, the Bonny of the duo starts gloating about how they've got it all worked out, gradually noticing all the holes in the plan until she realizes they have no idea what they're doing and hands the gun over to you.

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* In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', you can meet an OutlawCouple who think that an antique submachine gun makes them dangerous enough to go on a crime spree through the Strip. If the Courier [[SarcasmMode sarcastically]] says it's the most brilliant plan he/she has they have ever heard, the Bonny of the duo starts gloating about how they've got it all worked out, gradually noticing all the holes in the plan until she realizes they have no idea what they're doing and hands the gun over to you.



* [[MadScientist Mordin Solus]]' introduction and EstablishingCharacterMoment in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' begins with Mordin performing a SherlockScan on the newly-arrived Commander Shepard and his/her team, while [[ThinkingOutLoud verbalizing his inner monologue]]; assuming the player doesn't interrupt him, he determines that the characters aren't from the area, too well-armed to be refugees, too informally-dressed to be any of the local mercenaries, and that they aren't there to wipe out the Vorcha or to investigate ThePlague's usefulness as a bioweapon. Eventually, he decides that they must be looking for someone important, someone with secrets... and then realizes that they're almost certainly looking for him.
** It happens ''again'' a minute later when Shepard explains that he/she was sent by a privately-funded human group to recruit Mordin. Immediately, Mordin starts sorting through a long list of possible candidates for the aforementioned group. After disregarding the [[TheFederation Alliance]], the [[SpacePolice Spectres]], [[ThoseWackyNazis the Terra Firma Party]], he finally realizes (with some shock) that the most likely candidate is Cerberus, a terrorist group with human-supremacist leanings.
** There's a darker example in ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' that also involves Mordin (or Padok Wiks, if Mordin died in the second game). If Shepard chooses not to tell anyone that [[spoiler:the salarian STG sabotaged the genophage cure years ago and Shepard was informed of this in advance]], and then tries to dissuade Mordin/Padok from going up the Shroud tower, Mordin will wonder why, since Shepard doesn't seem concerned for his safety. So is Shepard convinced Mordin might discover something? Well then it must be [[spoiler:sabotage]], but whose?...[[OhCrap Ah.]] In Padok's case, he'll wonder why Shepard would abandon his/her goal after having come so far...unless there's something up there he/she doesn't want Padok to discover. [[spoiler:The temperature malfunction wasn't an accident; Shepard knew about this!]]

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* [[MadScientist Mordin Solus]]' introduction and EstablishingCharacterMoment in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' begins with Mordin performing a SherlockScan on the newly-arrived Commander Shepard and his/her their team, while [[ThinkingOutLoud verbalizing his inner monologue]]; assuming the player doesn't interrupt him, he determines that the characters aren't from the area, too well-armed to be refugees, too informally-dressed to be any of the local mercenaries, and that they aren't there to wipe out the Vorcha or to investigate ThePlague's usefulness as a bioweapon. Eventually, he decides that they must be looking for someone important, someone with secrets... and then realizes that they're almost certainly looking for him.
** It happens ''again'' a minute later when Shepard explains that he/she was they were sent by a privately-funded human group to recruit Mordin. Immediately, Mordin starts sorting through a long list of possible candidates for the aforementioned group. After disregarding the [[TheFederation Alliance]], the [[SpacePolice Spectres]], [[ThoseWackyNazis the Terra Firma Party]], he finally realizes (with some shock) that the most likely candidate is Cerberus, a terrorist group with human-supremacist leanings.
** There's a darker example in ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' that also involves Mordin (or Padok Wiks, if Mordin died in the second game). If Shepard chooses not to tell anyone that [[spoiler:the salarian STG sabotaged the genophage cure years ago and Shepard was informed of this in advance]], and then tries to dissuade Mordin/Padok from going up the Shroud tower, Mordin will wonder why, since Shepard doesn't seem concerned for his safety. So is Shepard convinced Mordin might discover something? Well then it must be [[spoiler:sabotage]], but whose?...[[OhCrap Ah.]] In Padok's case, he'll wonder why Shepard would abandon his/her their goal after having come so far...unless there's something up there he/she doesn't they don't want Padok to discover. [[spoiler:The temperature malfunction wasn't an accident; Shepard knew about this!]]
18th Apr '16 7:32:10 PM Kartoonkid95
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* '"Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow'': In "George Doesn't Trustee Angie's Brother", when it finally hits Veronica that her father Ray was only after her large inheritance.
-->'''Veronica:''' My dad couldn't even look me in the eye at breakfast. [...] He had that same look on his face when he left five years ago with all the money I got from my quinceañera...''Oh my God''.

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* '"Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow'': ''Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow'': In "George Doesn't Trustee Angie's Brother", when it finally hits Veronica that her father Ray was only after her large inheritance.
-->'''Veronica:''' My dad couldn't even look me in the eye at breakfast. [...] He had that same look on his face when he left five years ago with all the money I got from my quinceañera...''Oh my God''.
18th Apr '16 7:31:31 PM Kartoonkid95
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* '"Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow'': In "George Doesn't Trustee Angie's Brother", when it finally hits Veronica that her father Ray was only after her large inheritance.
-->'''Veronica:''' My dad couldn't even look me in the eye at breakfast. [...] He had that same look on his face when he left five years ago with all the money I got from my quinceañera...''Oh my God''.
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