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23rd Apr '17 2:57:08 PM eroock
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* VideoGame/BioshockInfinite: During the Burial at Sea DLC, Elizabeth speaks to Booker, who should be dead at this point in the story. At first, it's implied he could be a ghost, considering the precedent for one previously. However, eventually Booker himself reveals that he's just a hallucination Elizabeth uses as mental support.

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* VideoGame/BioshockInfinite: ''VideoGame/BioshockInfinite'': During the Burial at Sea DLC, Elizabeth speaks to Booker, who should be dead at this point in the story. At first, it's implied he could be a ghost, considering the precedent for one previously. However, eventually Booker himself reveals that he's just a hallucination Elizabeth uses as mental support.support.
* In ''VideoGame/BrokenSwordTheSerpentsCurse'', Marques appears in George's dream and tells him that Langham must be stopped from using Lucifer to destroy Jehovah, that George has to protect the balance and that he has the answer in his hands. When George wakes up, he holds the medallion in his hand.
9th Apr '17 3:03:35 PM ultimomant
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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'': In "Episode XCV", Jack experiences a hallucination of his younger self who berates him for his actions and choices. At one point, the hallucination looks behind him and warns him that his tied up enemy Ashi is gone from where he left her.
21st Mar '17 1:35:48 PM eroock
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* In ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' episode "[[Recap/SherlockS03E03HisLastVow His Last Vow]]", when Sherlock is shot by an assassin, he instantly enters into a not-so DyingDream, in which first his brother Mycroft appears to help him determine which way to fall down and later Moriarty, of all people, giving him the motivation to come back to life.
3rd Mar '17 7:31:34 AM erforce
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** In "The Spy Who Learned Me" a head trauma causes Homer to see the fictional JamesBond-esque character Stradivarius Cain who coaches Homer on how to be a better husband towards Marge.
* Skipper of the Penguins of madagascar has his mind erased by Dr. Blowhole and suffers through two spirit guides trying to help him before his mind settles on Alex the Lion.

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** In "The Spy Who Learned Me" a head trauma causes Homer to see the fictional JamesBond-esque Film/JamesBond-esque character Stradivarius Cain who coaches Homer on how to be a better husband towards Marge.
* Skipper of the Penguins of madagascar ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' has his mind erased by Dr. Blowhole and suffers through two spirit guides trying to help him before his mind settles on Alex the Lion.
9th Feb '17 8:17:12 AM Flame
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* [[SixthRanger Misao]] from ''Series/DoubutsuSentaiZyuohger hallucinates the three [[PettingZooPeople zyumans]] that were killed in the process of creating his powers. How helpful they are varies, but they usually do push him in the right direction. Initially, they pose themselves as ghosts that came back to haunt him, but admit being hallucinations created from his guilt not so long after.



* In an episode of ''Series/iZombie'', [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Liv]] eats the brain of a man, who was known to hallucinate. While investigating his apartment, a TV weatherman she has met once shows up and claims to have bought marijuana from the deceased man. They investigate the case together, with the weatherman occasionally mentioning the temperature in both Fahrenheit and Celsius scales, much to Liv's annoyance. It's not until the end that she realizes that the Celsius number doesn't match the Fahrenheit number after a simple conversion. Just then, she turns on the TV and sees a live broadcast with the weatherman on it. Her companion then vanishes. She realizes she's been hallucinating him thanks to the brain she's eaten. However, the "temperature" numbers the guy kept repeating are actually a hint to unlock the dead guy's safe. So the hallucination actually was helpful, it was just using the memories of the dead guy instead of her own.

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* In an episode of ''Series/iZombie'', ''Series/IZombie'', [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Liv]] eats the brain of a man, who was known to hallucinate. While investigating his apartment, a TV weatherman she has met once shows up and claims to have bought marijuana from the deceased man. They investigate the case together, with the weatherman occasionally mentioning the temperature in both Fahrenheit and Celsius scales, much to Liv's annoyance. It's not until the end that she realizes that the Celsius number doesn't match the Fahrenheit number after a simple conversion. Just then, she turns on the TV and sees a live broadcast with the weatherman on it. Her companion then vanishes. She realizes she's been hallucinating him thanks to the brain she's eaten. However, the "temperature" numbers the guy kept repeating are actually a hint to unlock the dead guy's safe. So the hallucination actually was helpful, it was just using the memories of the dead guy instead of her own.
3rd Feb '17 10:27:20 AM ChronoLegion
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* In an episode of ''Series/iZombie'', [[OurZombiesAreDifferent Liv]] eats the brain of a man, who was known to hallucinate. While investigating his apartment, a TV weatherman she has met once shows up and claims to have bought marijuana from the deceased man. They investigate the case together, with the weatherman occasionally mentioning the temperature in both Fahrenheit and Celsius scales, much to Liv's annoyance. It's not until the end that she realizes that the Celsius number doesn't match the Fahrenheit number after a simple conversion. Just then, she turns on the TV and sees a live broadcast with the weatherman on it. Her companion then vanishes. She realizes she's been hallucinating him thanks to the brain she's eaten. However, the "temperature" numbers the guy kept repeating are actually a hint to unlock the dead guy's safe. So the hallucination actually was helpful, it was just using the memories of the dead guy instead of her own.
3rd Feb '17 10:21:35 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Series/StargateAtlantis'': When [=McKay=] gets trapped at the bottom of the ocean in a broken puddle jumper, he has a hallucination of Carter that's his subconscious trying to keep him from doing something that will get him killed.

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* ''Series/StargateAtlantis'': When [=McKay=] gets trapped at the bottom of the ocean in a broken puddle jumper, he has a hallucination of Carter that's his subconscious trying to keep him from doing something that will get him killed. He tries to get her to strip down, only for the hallucination to tell him that the real Carter would never do that, so she won't either. [=McKay=] is, understandably, annoyed.
2nd Feb '17 6:59:54 AM wentesur
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* Goddess of Clothing in Webcomic/SandraOnTheRocks is Lavali's hallucination created from frustration and dehydration during her time with Sandra, Tatiana and Domenico in a tropical island. So far, she's been helpful by giving advice to solve Sandra's modesty issue. She's also aware that she's a hallucination.
-->'''Goddess of Clothing:''' Yeah... Look, I'm going to level with you. I'm not so much "goddess" as a "stress-and-dehydration-induced hallucination".
3rd Jan '17 3:18:12 AM ClockClockClock
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** In "The Spy Who Learned Me" a head trauma causes Homer to see the fictional JamesBond-esque character Stradivarius Cain who coaches Homer on how to be a better husband to Marge.

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** In "The Spy Who Learned Me" a head trauma causes Homer to see the fictional JamesBond-esque character Stradivarius Cain who coaches Homer on how to be a better husband to towards Marge.
24th Dec '16 10:41:24 PM ClockClockClock
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** In "The Spy Who Learned Me" a head trauma causes Homer to see the fictional JamesBond-esque character Stradivarius Cain who coaches Homer on how to be a better husband to Marge.
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