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19th Jan '16 11:13:39 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''StarTrekDeepSpaceNineRelaunch'' novels, the psychologically unstable Thriss has a mini-breakdown in ''Quark's Bar'' and attacks one of her companions with a broken bottle.
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* In the ''StarTrekDeepSpaceNineRelaunch'' ''Literature/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineRelaunch'' novels, the psychologically unstable Thriss has a mini-breakdown in ''Quark's Bar'' and attacks one of her companions with a broken bottle.
13th Jan '16 4:13:22 PM nombretomado
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* In "[[http://spoonyexperiment.com/2013/12/06/o-british-art-thou O British, Where Art Thou?]] [[TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] as [[{{Franchise/Ultima}} The Avatar]] attempts this with a whiskey bottle on Lord British ([[AuthorAvatar played by]] [[SelfDeprecation Richard Garriott himself]]) after being stiffed by him one too many times, but seeing as Lord British is NighInvulnerable as in the games the most it does is bounce off with a "ping" and he doesn't even notice.
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* In "[[http://spoonyexperiment.com/2013/12/06/o-british-art-thou O British, Where Art Thou?]] [[TheSpoonyExperiment [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] as [[{{Franchise/Ultima}} The Avatar]] attempts this with a whiskey bottle on Lord British ([[AuthorAvatar played by]] [[SelfDeprecation Richard Garriott himself]]) after being stiffed by him one too many times, but seeing as Lord British is NighInvulnerable as in the games the most it does is bounce off with a "ping" and he doesn't even notice.
9th Jan '16 6:14:40 AM DeepRed
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* Tintin and Captain Haddock of ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'' frequently makes use of this trope, mainly because Haddock's status as TheAlcoholic means that there's always a whiskey bottle nearby for them to use. ''The Secret of the Unicorn'' has him toss a bottle of three-star brandy at a gun-toting villain, then pretty much immediately bemoans its loss. The same also happens to Bobby Smiles in ''Tintin in America'' as he charges at Tintin.
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* Tintin and Captain Haddock of ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'' frequently makes use of this trope, mainly because Haddock's status as TheAlcoholic means that there's always a whiskey bottle nearby for them to use. ''The Secret of the Unicorn'' has him toss a bottle of three-star brandy at a gun-toting villain, then pretty much immediately bemoans its loss. The same also happens to Bobby Smiles in ''Tintin in America'' as he charges at Tintin. In ''The Crab With Golden Claws'', Tintin and Haddock use wine bottles as projectiles to hold off Allan and his henchmen.
3rd Jan '16 2:57:05 PM eroock
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[[quoteright:349:[[Recap/TintinTheCrabWithTheGoldenClaws http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/haddock_bottleyharm_7299.gif]]]] [[caption-width-right:349:Not even Franchise/{{Tintin}} is immune to having a bottle broken over his head!]]
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[[quoteright:349:[[Recap/TintinTheCrabWithTheGoldenClaws [[quoteright:345:[[Recap/TintinTheCrabWithTheGoldenClaws http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/haddock_bottleyharm_7299.gif]]]] [[caption-width-right:349:Not org/pmwiki/pub/images/haddock_bottleyharm.jpg]]]] [[caption-width-right:345:Not even Franchise/{{Tintin}} is immune to having a bottle broken over his head!]]
3rd Jan '16 2:51:35 PM eroock
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%% One quote is sufficient. Please place additional quotes on * In ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'', the quotes tab. pregnant Vietnamese girl uses a broken bottle to slash The Comedian's face.
28th Dec '15 11:23:52 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Before the end of the LLF match where Princesa Sugey took Dark Angel's mask (and Juvenile title), she broke a beer bottle over a chair and cut Dark Angel up with it.
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* Before the end of the LLF match where Princesa Sugey took [[Wrestling/SarahStock Dark Angel's Angel]]'s mask (and Juvenile title), she broke a beer bottle over a chair and cut Dark Angel up with it.
21st Nov '15 11:57:12 PM Fyrmer
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* In ''Film/TheMuppetMovie'', a fat sailor breaks a bottle against the bar in response to Fozzie beginning a joke with "There was this sailor who was so fat!" -->'''Sailor:''' How fat was he? -->'''Fozzie:''' Uh... he was so fat that everybody liked him and there was nothing funny about him at all.
21st Nov '15 10:58:16 PM Fyrmer
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* Wine bottles appear as one of the many {{Improvised Weapon}}s in ''Videogame/IndianaJonesAndTheEmperorsTomb''. Indy has the option of either wielding them as makeshift bludgeons or throwing them. Either way, they make surprisingly effective weapons. [[BreakableWeapons Once]].
8th Nov '15 1:35:25 PM LordInsane
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* In the ''MidsomerMurders'' episode "Not In My Back Yard", the first VictimOfTheWeek is done in with a broken bottle.
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* In the ''MidsomerMurders'' episode "Not In My Back Yard", the first VictimOfTheWeek is done in with a broken bottle. In another episode, one of the victims gets done in by having wine-bottles ''catapulted'' onto him (he'd been drugged first so croquet hoops could be securely affixed into the ground over his arms and legs to keep him from moving before the murderer woke him up again).
1st Nov '15 2:16:57 PM Odacon_Spy
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* Tintin and Captain Haddock of ''Franchise/Tintin'' frequently makes use of this trope, mainly because Haddock's status as TheAlcoholic means that there's always a whiskey bottle nearby for them to use. ''The Secret of the Unicorn'' has him toss a bottle of three-star brandy at a gun-toting villain, then pretty much immediately bemoans its loss. The same also happens to Bobby Smiles in ''Tintin in America'' as he charges at Tintin.
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* Tintin and Captain Haddock of ''Franchise/Tintin'' ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'' frequently makes use of this trope, mainly because Haddock's status as TheAlcoholic means that there's always a whiskey bottle nearby for them to use. ''The Secret of the Unicorn'' has him toss a bottle of three-star brandy at a gun-toting villain, then pretty much immediately bemoans its loss. The same also happens to Bobby Smiles in ''Tintin in America'' as he charges at Tintin.
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