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26th Sep '16 9:12:57 PM KhymChanur
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->''"There were names, and lines connecting the names to other names, and some of the lines were in different colors and...\\

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25th Sep '16 5:07:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* In one of Alan Moore's ''Future Shocks'' stories, a werewolf is loose on a spaceship and plans to feast on all the unsuspecting humans within. Naturally, every person on the vessel turns out to be a werewolf, to their consternation. It's implied that Earth came up with this as a means of getting rid of all the supernatural beings in their midst; the passengers shown boarding another ship at the end are all plainly vampires in PaperThinDisguise.

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* In one of Alan Moore's ''Future Shocks'' ''ComicBook/ThargsFutureShocks'' stories, a werewolf is loose on a spaceship and plans to feast on all the unsuspecting humans within. Naturally, every person on the vessel turns out to be a werewolf, to their consternation. It's implied that Earth came up with this as a means of getting rid of all the supernatural beings in their midst; the passengers shown boarding another ship at the end are all plainly vampires in PaperThinDisguise.
23rd Aug '16 3:02:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* Wiki/{{Conservapedia}}. Trying to separate the trolls from the genuine maniacs is a MindScrew of a task, not helped by the fact that people are judged there mostly by how much they suck up to the site's SmallNameBigEgo founder. One time, the wiki's creator decided to purge a large amount of the accounts. It's been said that he banned all the legitimate users, but kept the trolls. This overlaps with PoesLaw.
21st Aug '16 12:01:22 PM nombretomado
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* In the ECComics Science-Fiction [=SuspenStory=] "Infiltration," a secret U.S. government agency for ferreting out Martian invaders who use hypnotic screens to disguise themselves as human beings discovers that it has been infiltrated by an alien. It turns out the agency is actually controlled by Martians, who are all too glad to rid themselves of the Earth "alien" in their midst.

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* In the ECComics Creator/ECComics Science-Fiction [=SuspenStory=] "Infiltration," a secret U.S. government agency for ferreting out Martian invaders who use hypnotic screens to disguise themselves as human beings discovers that it has been infiltrated by an alien. It turns out the agency is actually controlled by Martians, who are all too glad to rid themselves of the Earth "alien" in their midst.
20th Aug '16 11:30:22 PM Korodzik
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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation story "[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/everyone-knows Everyone Knows]]", where it turns out that TheMasquerade no longer matters because ''everyone'' are involved with at least one organization dealing with the paranormal. Well, everyone but one person.
5th Aug '16 6:15:59 AM TheWanderer
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If they turn out to have been on the same side too, then it is RightHandVersusLeftHand. Sometimes the result of a GambitPileup. Might also drive a character to demand: "Okay, will the real [X] please stand up?" - and then ''everybody'' stands up.

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If they turn out to have been on the same side too, then it is RightHandVersusLeftHand. Sometimes the result of a GambitPileup. May be part of revealing TheOnlyBeliever. Might also drive a character to demand: "Okay, will the real [X] please stand up?" - and then ''everybody'' stands up.
22nd Jul '16 3:55:15 AM Argon2
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* The basic premise of ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward'' is that nine people are kidnapped and forced to play a DeadlyGame by someone called 'Zero'. As it turns out, [[spoiler:four of the players actively worked to create the game, and the other four know who Zero is, or can at least make an educated guess]]. The only people who are as innocent as they claim are [[spoiler:K and Quark]], given that [[spoiler:Alice probably knows everything Clover does]].

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* The basic premise of ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward'' is that nine people are kidnapped and forced to play a DeadlyGame by someone called 'Zero'. As it turns out, [[spoiler:four of the players actively worked to create the game, and the other four know who Zero is, or can at least make an educated guess]]. The only two people who are as innocent as they claim are [[spoiler:K [[spoiler:an amnesiac and Quark]], a young child, respectively]], given that [[spoiler:Alice probably knows everything Clover does]].
* The protagonists of ''VisualNovel/ZeroTimeDilemma'' are test subjects for a government experiment, and yet most of them are there illegitimately. [[spoiler:Akane, Sigma, and Phi are only there to conduct corporate espionage, Junpei threatened someone to get himself on the list, and Q is an A.I who was created specifically for the experiment.]]
22nd Jun '16 2:49:49 PM Morgenthaler
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* The ''DogCity'' episode "Disobedience School" had Bugsy Vile taking over the school and trying to turn the students into delinquents. After the climax, all students in his class turned out to be infiltrators from various police agencies.
* On ''{{Duckman}}'', a televangelist hosted a forum of other religious figures, who at the end were revealed to be fakes - except for the Ayatollah, who just wanted to improve his image in the states.

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* The ''DogCity'' ''WesternAnimation/DogCity'' episode "Disobedience School" had Bugsy Vile taking over the school and trying to turn the students into delinquents. After the climax, all students in his class turned out to be infiltrators from various police agencies.
* On ''{{Duckman}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Duckman}}'', a televangelist hosted a forum of other religious figures, who at the end were revealed to be fakes - except for the Ayatollah, who just wanted to improve his image in the states.



* In an episode of ''TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'', a picnic is accompanied by a series of parent-child games. Jimmy, who naturally despairs of [[BumblingDad Hugh]] winning anything unassisted, invents something that more or less instills hypercompetence in athletics. When [[TheRival Cindy]] wins after the device malfunctions, it's revealed that her "mother" is actually her bodybuilding aunt, which would mean the prize goes to the Neutrons - except that they fess up to cheating as well, at which point the presenter runs through every team present until near-terminally unathletic Carl and his father are revealed to be the only ones who haven't cheated in at least one of the events.

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* In an episode of ''TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'', a picnic is accompanied by a series of parent-child games. Jimmy, who naturally despairs of [[BumblingDad Hugh]] winning anything unassisted, invents something that more or less instills hypercompetence in athletics. When [[TheRival Cindy]] wins after the device malfunctions, it's revealed that her "mother" is actually her bodybuilding aunt, which would mean the prize goes to the Neutrons - except that they fess up to cheating as well, at which point the presenter runs through every team present until near-terminally unathletic Carl and his father are revealed to be the only ones who haven't cheated in at least one of the events.
29th May '16 5:26:16 PM Fireblood
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* ''Film/TheBeliever'': Danny starts a class advocating Nazism, and is later told most "students" are police informants, not actual neo-Nazis.



* ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' had the team attempt to infiltrate a pedophile "club" of sorts...only to discover that some other organization (FBI, most likely) was also setting up a sting operation. An exasperated Captain Cragen wonders aloud if this inability of the Good Guys to work together is why the Bad Guys keep staying ahead.

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* ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' had the team attempt to infiltrate a pedophile "club" of sorts...only to discover that some other organization (FBI, most likely) one of them was also an FBI agent ''also'' setting up a sting operation.sting. An exasperated Captain Cragen wonders aloud if this inability of the Good Guys to work together is why the Bad Guys keep staying ahead.



* Famously, during the [=McCarthy=] era in the USA, the FBI had many of its members infiltrate the American Communist Party. It was estimated that, at its peak, approximately ''two-thirds'' of the American Communist Party consisted of operatives on the FBI payroll.

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* Famously, during the [=McCarthy=] era in the USA, the FBI had many of its members infiltrate the American Communist Party. Party USA. It was estimated that, at its peak, approximately ''two-thirds'' of the American Communist Party consisted of party were operatives on the FBI payroll.
22nd May '16 2:56:17 AM Argon2
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' episode "The Evillustrator", a costumed superhero is tasked with protecting a girl who, unbeknownst to him, is also a costumed superhero.
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