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23rd Aug '16 2:28:59 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* ''Literature/TheHungerGames'': Katniss' last conversation with President Snow. [[spoiler: She decides VillainHasAPoint.]]

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* %%* ''Literature/TheHungerGames'': Katniss' last conversation with President Snow. [[spoiler: She decides VillainHasAPoint.]]
23rd Aug '16 2:15:20 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* Referenced in ''The Black Philip Show'' in this [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXZggIKLmrg&feature=related YouTube clip]]. He says, "I just had to "Hannibal Lecter, just talk this bitch till' she die," while explaining how his girlfriend's moodiness affects him.

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* Referenced Referenced, but not at all an example, in ''The Black Philip Show'' in this [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXZggIKLmrg&feature=related YouTube clip]]. He says, "I just had to "Hannibal Lecter, just talk this bitch till' she die," while explaining how his girlfriend's moodiness affects him.
30th Jul '16 2:01:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* Bayn of ''TrueVillains'' makes his would-be torturer run out sobbing just by talking to him.

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* Bayn of ''TrueVillains'' ''Webcomic/TrueVillains'' makes his would-be torturer run out sobbing just by talking to him.
19th Jul '16 2:40:25 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* The first episode of ''Series/{{Sherlock}}''. The killer almost goads Holmes into [[spoiler:playing a game of RussianRoulette with two pills -- one poisoned, the other not]]. Good thing Sherlock has a friend [[BewareTheNiceOnes who doesn't let that happen]].
4th Jul '16 6:13:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* Defied in the live action version of ''TheTick''. A super-villain nearly pulls this off with his guard until a super-heroine [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan shakes some sense into him]] and takes over as guard. She is then so enthusiastic about discussing every aspect of her personal life that the villain gives up in disgust.

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* Defied in the live action version of ''TheTick''.''Series/TheTick''. A super-villain nearly pulls this off with his guard until a super-heroine [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan shakes some sense into him]] and takes over as guard. She is then so enthusiastic about discussing every aspect of her personal life that the villain gives up in disgust.
15th Jun '16 1:51:55 PM Morgenthaler
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* The ''AssyMcGee'' episode "Pegfinger" contains a parody of the Hannibal Lecture in ''The Silence of the Lambs''. While walking down a corridor identical to the one in the movie, Assy warns Sanchez not to let the prisoner they're about to question "get inside his head." Pegfinger immediately does so in seconds with little more than a racist joke ("A wedding ring? How many oranges did you have to pick to pay for that?) and Sanchez goes berserk and shoots him to death.

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* The ''AssyMcGee'' ''WesternAnimation/AssyMcGee'' episode "Pegfinger" contains a parody of the Hannibal Lecture in ''The Silence of the Lambs''. While walking down a corridor identical to the one in the movie, Assy warns Sanchez not to let the prisoner they're about to question "get inside his head." Pegfinger immediately does so in seconds with little more than a racist joke ("A wedding ring? How many oranges did you have to pick to pay for that?) and Sanchez goes berserk and shoots him to death.



* The ''{{Fillmore}}'' episode "To Mar a Stall" is a homage to ''Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'', including the Hannibal Lecture from the serial graffitist.

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* The ''{{Fillmore}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Fillmore}}'' episode "To Mar a Stall" is a homage to ''Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'', including the Hannibal Lecture from the serial graffitist.
10th Jun '16 1:31:29 PM Nithael
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* In ''{{Series/Cracker}}'', the various psychos that Fitz is called in to deal with have a tendency to try this on him. Given how Fitz is a first-rate professional psychologist and they usually ''aren't'', he often ends up doing it right back to them, usually more successfully.

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* In ''{{Series/Cracker}}'', ''Series/{{Cracker}}'', the various psychos that Fitz is called in to deal with have a tendency to try this on him. Given how Fitz is a first-rate professional psychologist and they usually ''aren't'', he often ends up doing it right back to them, usually more successfully.


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* ''Series/The100'': when [[spoiler:Raven "possessed" by A.L.I.E.]] has been captured by the main characters, she uses just the right words to hurt them, to make them angry until they start turning on each other, and to reveal their plan to her so she can act to prevent it.
28th May '16 9:42:35 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* This trope is both played straight and inverted in one episode of ''ThePretender''. In the episode, Jarod has to interrogate a imprisoned serial killer to catch a copycat killer. The killer convinces Jarod to take him to the house of the victim. At the house, the killer talks Jarod into removing his handcuffs, after which he escapes. However, it turns out that this was all part of Jarod's plan to get the killer to lead him to the site where the copycat is dumping the bodies. It then turns out that the copycat killer is a psychiatrist writing a biography of the SerialKiller.

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* This trope is both played straight and inverted in one episode of ''ThePretender''.''Series/ThePretender''. In the episode, Jarod has to interrogate a imprisoned serial killer to catch a copycat killer. The killer convinces Jarod to take him to the house of the victim. At the house, the killer talks Jarod into removing his handcuffs, after which he escapes. However, it turns out that this was all part of Jarod's plan to get the killer to lead him to the site where the copycat is dumping the bodies. It then turns out that the copycat killer is a psychiatrist writing a biography of the SerialKiller.
25th May '16 5:33:37 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''Literature/TheHungerGames'': Katniss' last conversation with President Snow. [[spoiler: She decides HannibalHasAPoint]].

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* ''Literature/TheHungerGames'': Katniss' last conversation with President Snow. [[spoiler: She decides HannibalHasAPoint]].VillainHasAPoint.]]
14th May '16 11:58:43 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Parodied in {{Reno911}}, where a serial killer gives Jones one from his cell, and promptly gets everything wrong about Jones' "ghetto upbringing." The cops use him for computer advice.

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* Parodied in {{Reno911}}, ''Series/{{Reno911}}'', where a serial killer gives Jones one from his cell, and promptly gets everything wrong about Jones' "ghetto upbringing." The cops use him for computer advice.
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