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30th Nov '16 8:00:24 AM smalltime
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* In the two-part finale of ''Oh No! It's an Alien Invasion'', the kids find out where the Brainlings hid their parents. [[spoiler:They were shrunk down and hidden in Emperor Brainlius's belly bag, which he wears all the time.]]

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* In the two-part series finale of ''Oh No! It's an Alien Invasion'', the kids find out where the Brainlings hid their parents. [[spoiler:They were shrunk down and hidden in Emperor Brainlius's belly bag, which he wears all the time.]]
30th Nov '16 7:59:21 AM smalltime
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* In the two-part finale of ''Oh No! It's an Alien Invasion'', the kids find out where the Brainlings hid their parents. [[spoiler:They were shrunk down and hidden in Emperor Brainlius's belly bag, which he wears all the time.]]
18th Oct '16 4:48:16 PM El_Nazgir
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** In White Night, Dresden suspects a few different characters throughout the book. The REAL killer is in fact [[spoiler:one of the Ordo Lebes themselves, the woman always wearing just enough clothing to cover up her being an effeminate white court vampire who has been infiltrating groups like this for months now, never being suspected as he acted like "one of them".]] They're mentioned multiple times, and takes a bit of a more active role in the story towards the end, but not until the very end around when Dresden himself figures it out would you have thought them to be the killer.
18th Oct '16 7:05:37 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10724053/1/Code-Geass-The-Prepared-Rebellion-V2 Code Geass: The Prepared Rebellion]]'', C.C. decides to enroll as a student at Ashford Academy partly for this reason. After all, who would expect a fugitive to hide out at a school for children of the upper classes?

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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10724053/1/Code-Geass-The-Prepared-Rebellion-V2 Code Geass: The Prepared Rebellion]]'', ''Fanfic/CodeGeassThePreparedRebellion'', C.C. decides to enroll as a student at Ashford Academy partly for this reason. After all, who would expect a fugitive to hide out at a school for children of the upper classes?
11th Oct '16 1:49:01 PM iowaforever
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* After the Pravda match in ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'', the Oarai teams start searching for more tanks to boost their numbers in preparation for the FinalBattle. Some of the girls search around in a parking lot, and manage to walk right past a Type 3 Chi-Nu parked under an awning. Fortunately for them, another student spotted it on her way to go sign up for the club.
26th Sep '16 8:45:59 PM NotThisThing
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** A good example of this comes from ''Dual Destinies'' in the third case, where someone is killed at an academy. It's eventually proven that [[spoiler:contrary to what was thought throughout most of the case, the murder occurred where the body was found and was never moved, bringing up the question of how none of the hundreds of students saw the body until the afternoon of the next day. It turns out that the killer kept the body on the stage the entire time, but it was wrapped in a cloth, and placed on a statue plinth, which was supposed to be holding a statue of Wright. The body was put into such a position, such as hands tied behind head to make Wright's spikey hair, to make it look like Phoenix doing an objection pose. None of the students noticed anything, because the humanlike structure looked like it was supposed to be there]].

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** A good example of this comes from ''Dual Destinies'' ''[[VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies Dual Destinies]]'' in the third case, where someone is killed at an academy. It's eventually proven that [[spoiler:contrary to what was thought throughout most of the case, the murder occurred where the body was found and was never moved, bringing up the question of how none of the hundreds of students saw the body until the afternoon of the next day. It turns out that the killer kept the body on the stage the entire time, but it was wrapped in a cloth, and placed on a statue plinth, which was supposed to be holding a statue of Wright. The body was put into such a position, such as hands tied behind head to make Wright's spikey hair, to make it look like Phoenix doing an objection pose. None of the students noticed anything, because the humanlike structure looked like it was supposed to be there]].


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** One of the big reveals in ''[[VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice Spirit of Justice]]'' is an example of this. [[spoiler:Queen Amara, thought to have been assassinated 23 years ago, is still alive. Dhurke spent years looking for where the Ga'ran regime had secreted her away. Where was Amara hidden? In the palace itself, disguised as Royal Priestess Rayfa's personal assistant Nayna.]]
26th Sep '16 8:39:23 PM NotThisThing
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** An earlier episode had him wondering how to find the book behind a book code, when nobody involved seemed to have any books in common. [[spoiler: It was a local directory, available anywhere and eminently disposable.]]

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** An earlier episode ("The Blind Banker") had him wondering how to find the book behind a book code, when nobody involved seemed to have any books in common. [[spoiler: It was a local directory, available anywhere and eminently disposable.]]]]
** Also in "The Blind Banker," the stolen Chinese treasure is [[spoiler:a jade hairpin, which the thief gave to his secretary-slash-mistress and she has been wearing]].
21st Sep '16 12:43:26 AM PaulA
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* Creator/{{Raymond Chandler}}'s ''[[Literature/PhilipMarlowe Farewell, My Lovely]]'' contains a case where Moose Malloy is looking for his red-haired sweetheart Velma, who either died or skipped town while he was in prison after being framed. [[spoiler:Come the finale, it's revealed that Mrs. Grayle (Marlowe's employer for his second, seemingly irrelevant case) is actually a disguised Velma, and was responsible for framing Moose, murdering Lin Marriott, and attacking Marlowe previously; in other words, ''the book's damsel in distress was actually the villain disguised as the moll.'']]

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* Creator/{{Raymond Chandler}}'s ''[[Literature/PhilipMarlowe Farewell, My Lovely]]'' Creator/RaymondChandler's ''Literature/FarewellMyLovely'' contains a case where Moose Malloy is looking for his red-haired sweetheart Velma, who either died or skipped town while he was in prison after being framed. [[spoiler:Come the finale, it's revealed that Mrs. Grayle (Marlowe's employer for his second, seemingly irrelevant case) is actually a disguised Velma, and was responsible for framing Moose, murdering Lin Marriott, and attacking Marlowe previously; in other words, ''the book's damsel in distress was actually the villain disguised as the moll.'']]moll''.]]
15th Sep '16 12:18:21 PM jamespolk
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** Played straight in Simpsons theatrical short ''WesternAnimation/TheLongestDaycare'', in which Maggie does this a couple of times in order to save her caterpillar/butterfly from Gerald. Once she hides the caterpillar from Gerald by putting it over her eyes to mimic a Big Ol' Unibrow just like Gerald's. At the end, it's revealed that she threw her blue bow into the window, and that the butterfly hid on top of her hair until Marge came to take her home.
12th Sep '16 7:00:43 PM PaulA
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* In the fifth ''Literature/HomecomingSaga'' volume, ''Earthborn'', Shedemei decides to come down from the colony ship and mingle among her decedents, having had an inkling of brewing conflict. She takes the guise as an itinerant school teacher, under her real name. At this point in the series, her name has been practically deified as "The One Who Was Never Buried." Most people who know her simply assume she's an oddball with [[NamesTheSame with Shedemei's name]], spelled and pronounced in the old way.

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* In the fifth ''Literature/HomecomingSaga'' volume, ''Earthborn'', ''Literature/{{Earthborn}}'', Shedemei decides to come down from the colony ship and mingle among her decedents, decendants, having had an inkling of brewing conflict. She takes the a guise as an itinerant school teacher, under her real name. At this point in the series, her name has been practically deified as "The One Who Was Never Buried." Buried". Most people who know her simply assume she's an oddball with [[NamesTheSame with Shedemei's name]], spelled and pronounced in the old way.
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