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23rd Oct '16 7:34:01 AM Vir
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** In another episode, Patrick Star rips off the front skin of himself. [=SpongeBob=]'s reaction: Eww.
** The Krusty Crushers has a wrestler blow the skin of another one off.
** Every time someone incorrectly accuses someone of being in disguise will be followed by the accuser (usually Spongebob) yanking off the accused's (usually Squidward) face. Literally.

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** In another episode, Patrick Star rips off the his front skin of himself.skin. [=SpongeBob=]'s reaction: Eww.
** The Krusty Crushers "Krusty Crushers" has a wrestler blow the another's skin of another one off.
** Every time someone incorrectly accuses someone of being in disguise will be followed by the accuser (usually Spongebob) [=SpongeBob=]) yanking off the accused's (usually Squidward) face. Literally.



* During the ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' HalloweenEpisode, [[spoiler: Muscle Man]] is dragged of by The Wizard. He returns a few moments later, ''[[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/TOLD_YA_I_WAS_RIPPED_2021.png totally skinned,]]'' declares "I told you I was ripped" and falls over dead.

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* During the ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' HalloweenEpisode, [[spoiler: Muscle Man]] Man is dragged of off by The Wizard. a wizard. He returns a few moments later, ''[[http://static.[[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/TOLD_YA_I_WAS_RIPPED_2021.png totally skinned,]]'' skinned]], declares "I told you I was ripped" and falls over dead.
12th Oct '16 2:55:15 PM Origamidragons
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*** Does it count as being flayed alive if he's dead?
9th Oct '16 6:05:46 AM Morgenthaler
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** One of {{Creator/Dario Argento}}'s contributions, "Pelts", has a man do this ''to himself.''

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** One of {{Creator/Dario Argento}}'s contributions, "Pelts", has a man do this ''to himself.''himself'' under the control of a coat made of cursed raccoon pelts.
9th Oct '16 6:04:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''Series/MastersOfHorror'' episode "Pick Me Up", the serial killer Walker ties one of his victims up in a motel room and cuts off large parts of her skin until she dies.

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* ''Series/MastersOfHorror'':
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In the ''Series/MastersOfHorror'' episode "Pick Me Up", the serial killer Walker ties one of his victims up in a motel room and cuts off large parts of her skin until she dies.



** One of {{Creator/Dario Argento}}'s contributions, ''Pelts'', has a man do this ''to himself.''

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** One of {{Creator/Dario Argento}}'s contributions, ''Pelts'', "Pelts", has a man do this ''to himself.''
9th Oct '16 6:04:02 AM Morgenthaler
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** Then, in the Season 7 episode ''Same Time, Same Place'', the demon Gnarl rips its victims' skin off in strips, and eats it, while the victim is still alive. It's in the process of eating Willow's skin when Buffy catches up with it, and kills it.

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** Then, in the Season 7 episode ''Same "Same Time, Same Place'', Place", the demon Gnarl rips its victims' skin off in strips, and eats it, while the victim is still alive. It's in the process of eating Willow's skin when Buffy catches up with it, and kills it.
9th Oct '16 6:03:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* In one of the final episodes of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' Season 6, Willow, in [[BewareTheNiceOnes full-on snap-out mode]] after [[spoiler:Tara's death]], does this to Warren, [[spoiler:Tara's killer]], when she catches up to him. It was fairly gruesome for standard television, but he didn't survive for very long after his skin had been removed (mainly because she then followed up by ''burning him''). [[spoiler:He got better in the comics continuation, though. Somewhat he still had no skin, and was being kept alive by magic. When magic ended, he died instantly.]]
** FanNickname: ''Willow the Vampire Flayer''.
** Then, in the Season 7 episode ''Same Time, Same Place'', the demon Gnarl rips its victims' skin off in strips, and eats it, while the victim is still alive. It's in the process of eating Willow's skin (irony?) when Buffy catches up with it, and kills it.
*** [[spoiler:Not just irony: since Willow accidentally set up the whole "she and the Scoobies can't see each other" just by convincing herself that she couldn't face them after what she did, did she accidentally create the whole Gnarl situation by convincing herself that she deserved to be punished for flaying Warren?]]

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
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In one of the final episodes of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' Season 6, Willow, in [[BewareTheNiceOnes full-on snap-out mode]] after [[spoiler:Tara's death]], does this to Warren, [[spoiler:Tara's killer]], when she catches up to him. It was fairly gruesome for standard television, but he didn't survive for very long after his skin had been removed (mainly because she then followed up by ''burning him''). [[spoiler:He got better in the comics continuation, though. Somewhat he still had no skin, and was being kept alive by magic. When magic ended, he died instantly.]]
** FanNickname: ''Willow the Vampire Flayer''.
** Then, in the Season 7 episode ''Same Time, Same Place'', the demon Gnarl rips its victims' skin off in strips, and eats it, while the victim is still alive. It's in the process of eating Willow's skin (irony?) when Buffy catches up with it, and kills it.
*** [[spoiler:Not just irony: since Willow accidentally set up the whole "she and the Scoobies can't see each other" just by convincing herself that she couldn't face them after what she did, did she accidentally create the whole Gnarl situation by convincing herself that she deserved to be punished for flaying Warren?]]
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9th Oct '16 6:02:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* The third season of ''Series/{{Dexter}}'' featured a serial killer known as The Skinner.

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* The third season of ''Series/{{Dexter}}'' featured a serial killer known as The Skinner.Skinner, who was originally a TortureTechnician in a Nicaraguan death squad who specialized in flaying.
25th Aug '16 7:49:36 PM kriegs62
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* The Soviet NKVD and KGB have been reported as having flayed prisoners, both directly and indirectly through their counterparts in Soviet satellites, like the KhAD in Afghanistan, the GPU in Spain, and others.



* The Soviet NKVD and KGB have been reported as having flayed prisoners, both directly and indirectly through their counterparts in Soviet satellites, like the KhAD in Afghanistan, the GPU in Spain, and others.
25th Aug '16 7:48:59 PM kriegs62
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* The Soviet NKVD and KGB have been reported as having flayed prisoners, both directly and indirectly through their counterparts in Soviet satellites, like the KhAD in Afghanistan, the GPU in Spain, and others.
11th Aug '16 7:35:30 PM PaulA
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* In ''[[Literature/VorkosiganSaga Mirror Dance]]'' by Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold, one of the tortures used by Baron Ryoval on [[spoiler: Mark Vorkosigan]] is spraying his skin with a chemical that slowly eats it away.

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* In ''[[Literature/VorkosiganSaga Mirror Dance]]'' ''Literature/MirrorDance'' by Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold, one of the tortures used by Baron Ryoval on [[spoiler: Mark [[spoiler:Mark Vorkosigan]] is spraying his skin with a chemical that slowly eats it away.
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