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* In ''Series/LawandOrderSVU'' William Lewis tells Olivia he is a "man of his word" [[spoiler:after he promised to give her a drink of water after he forced her to drink vodka. He also said that he was a man of his word when he "did everything he said" he would do to an elderly woman when he raped her in front of Benson.]]
23rd Jul '17 10:04:25 AM Julia1984
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* Deconstructed in the first two ''Franchise/{{Tarzan}}'' novels, ''[[Literature/{{Tarzan}} Tarzan of the Apes]]'' and ''Return of Tarzan''. In the first book, Jane, afraid she's falling for the wild Ape-Man and rationally calculating the gentleman William Clayton would be a better match for her, accepts Clayton's proposal of marriage. When she later gives into her feelings for Tarzan, she insists it's too late, that even though she loves Tarzan, she gave Clayton her word and is bound to keep it. The result? Jane spends two years constantly finding excuses to delay the wedding until she and Clayton are shipwrecked on a (seemingly) deserted African coast, and she finally tells him [[RealityEnsues it's ridiculous for anyone to expect her to marry a man she doesn't love just because she promised she would, that her forcing herself to keep her promise has only made them both miserable,]] and she's retracting her earlier, "Yes."
20th Jul '17 8:01:29 PM Prometheus117
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'', this is one of [[NobleDemon Dreadwing's]] most noticeable character traits, as he'll keep his word even to his mortal enemies the Autobots. A particular example comes during a MexicanStandOff where Megatron's life hanged in the balance and Optimus offered to let the Decepticons go if Dreadwing ordered his men to lower their weapons. Contrary to even the other Autobots' expectations, Dreadwing agreed without falsehood...though as Megatron pointed out, [[LoopholeAbuse while Dreadwing gave his word, HE did no such thing]] and ordered his troops to open fire as [[VillainExitStageLeft he and Dreadwing escaped]].
15th Jul '17 2:37:06 PM HeroGal2347
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* Done in ''WesternAnimation/{{Ducktales}}'', where Scrooge gives his word not to leave the Beagle Boys behind on a pirate isle. And, he keeps his word, going back for them when he could have escaped. As Scrooge himself says, "Scrooge [=McDuck=]'s word is as good as gold." (The Beagle Boys still go to jail when they get back, however.)

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* Done in ''WesternAnimation/{{Ducktales}}'', ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'', where Scrooge gives his word not to leave the Beagle Boys behind on a pirate isle. And, he keeps his word, going back for them when he could have escaped. As Scrooge himself says, "Scrooge [=McDuck=]'s word is as good as gold." (The Beagle Boys still go to jail when they get back, however.)
3rd Jul '17 7:02:09 PM mouschilight
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** [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone After realising how far Naruto would go to keep his promise to bring Sasuke back to her]], [[BlatantLies Sakura says she doesn't want Sasuke back]] and goes pretty far to try to convince Naruto of this. [[WhatTheHellHero It doesn't work]], [[ShipSinking not even in the slightest]]. Of course, by now, [[StatusQuoIsGod Naruto is too obsessed with Sasuke to think about anything else and wants to bring him back for his own reasons]].

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** [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone After realising how far Naruto would go to keep his promise to bring Sasuke back to her]], [[BlatantLies Sakura says she doesn't want Sasuke back]] and goes pretty far to try to convince Naruto of this. [[WhatTheHellHero It doesn't work]], [[ShipSinking not even in the slightest]]. Of course, course by now, [[StatusQuoIsGod Naruto is too obsessed with Sasuke to think about anything else else]] and wants to bring him back for [[TrueCompanions his own reasons]].
3rd Jul '17 7:00:38 PM mouschilight
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** [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone After realising how far Naruto would go to keep his promise to bring Sasuke back to her]], [[BlatantLies Sakura says she doesn't want Sasuke back]] and goes pretty far to try to convince Naruto of this. [[ShipSinking It doesn't work]]. Of course, by now, [[StatusQuoIsGod Naruto is too obsessed with Sasuke to think about anything else and wants to bring him back for his own reasons.]]

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** [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone After realising how far Naruto would go to keep his promise to bring Sasuke back to her]], [[BlatantLies Sakura says she doesn't want Sasuke back]] and goes pretty far to try to convince Naruto of this. [[ShipSinking [[WhatTheHellHero It doesn't work]]. work]], [[ShipSinking not even in the slightest]]. Of course, by now, [[StatusQuoIsGod Naruto is too obsessed with Sasuke to think about anything else and wants to bring him back for his own reasons.]]reasons]].



** Oddly enough, [[spoiler: '''Crocodile'''. This guy has ChronicBackstabbingDisorder, but as proven in the Impel Down Arc (where he had numerous opportunities to go back on his promise and get away with it) he honored the deal he made with his reluctant allies and sticks to it.]]

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** Oddly enough, [[spoiler: '''Crocodile'''.[[spoiler:'''Crocodile'''. This guy has ChronicBackstabbingDisorder, but as proven in the Impel Down Arc (where he had numerous opportunities to go back on his promise and get away with it) he honored the deal he made with his reluctant allies and sticks to it.]]



* Although she probably wouldn't be blamed for breaking such a promise in the context of TheHungerGames, Vale Whitaker of ''Fanfic/SomeSemblanceOfMeaning'' promised that she would give meaning to this near-certain death sentence by protecting her district partner, Kit. And that is exactly what she intends to do. [[spoiler: However, although she tries, she ends up losing Kit when he is killed by a mutt, and she is forced to search for a new purpose in the arena.]]

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* Although she probably wouldn't be blamed for breaking such a promise in the context of TheHungerGames, Vale Whitaker of ''Fanfic/SomeSemblanceOfMeaning'' promised that she would give meaning to this near-certain death sentence by protecting her district partner, Kit. And that is exactly what she intends to do. [[spoiler: However, [[spoiler:However, although she tries, she ends up losing Kit when he is killed by a mutt, and she is forced to search for a new purpose in the arena.]]



* Rapunzel in ''Disney/{{Tangled}}''. When she makes a promise, no matter how it might hurt her, she ''will'' keep it. From returning Flynn the tiara he stole (even if he would leave her, despite her growing feelings for him) to [[spoiler: promising Gothel she would stay with her and never run away again, as long as she heals Flynn]] (even if it means never seeing Flynn again and giving up her freedom).

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* Rapunzel in ''Disney/{{Tangled}}''. When she makes a promise, no matter how it might hurt her, she ''will'' keep it. From returning Flynn the tiara he stole (even if he would leave her, despite her growing feelings for him) to [[spoiler: promising [[spoiler:promising Gothel she would stay with her and never run away again, as long as she heals Flynn]] (even if it means never seeing Flynn again and giving up her freedom).



*** And ultimately subverted when Humperdink [[spoiler: mostly]] kills Westley.

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*** And ultimately subverted when Humperdink [[spoiler: mostly]] [[spoiler:mostly]] kills Westley.



** In ''Changes'', [[spoiler: the Red King]] is able to get around this by speaking through a translator. Even though the translator gave his word while speaking on behalf of him, [[spoiler: the Red King]] himself [[LoopholeAbuse never spoke such a promise]] and so was able to double cross Harry with no negative consequences.

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** In ''Changes'', [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Red King]] is able to get around this by speaking through a translator. Even though the translator gave his word while speaking on behalf of him, [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Red King]] himself [[LoopholeAbuse never spoke such a promise]] and so was able to double cross Harry with no negative consequences.



** The Oath of Fëanor: Fëanor and his sons swore to recover the Silmarils. It led them to slaughter other Elves three times, which was not only despicable in itself (which they knew) but also very much hindered their own quest in the long term. Ultimately, [[spoiler: Fëanor and all but two of his sons die attempting to fulfill the oath. The two that survive ''do'' manage to reclaim two of the Simarili, but they had done so many evil things that they are burned by the jewels. This finally pushes them over the DespairEventHorizon]]. It is unclear whether they genuinely couldn't break their vow, or were simply unwilling to.

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** The Oath of Fëanor: Fëanor and his sons swore to recover the Silmarils. It led them to slaughter other Elves three times, which was not only despicable in itself (which they knew) but also very much hindered their own quest in the long term. Ultimately, [[spoiler: Fëanor [[spoiler:Fëanor and all but two of his sons die attempting to fulfill the oath. The two that survive ''do'' manage to reclaim two of the Simarili, but they had done so many evil things that they are burned by the jewels. This finally pushes them over the DespairEventHorizon]]. It is unclear whether they genuinely couldn't break their vow, or were simply unwilling to.



** In ''[[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars A Fighting Man of Mars]]'', although Tul Axtar is a DirtyCoward and has beautiful women abducted for him, he nevertheless keeps his word not to murder Tan Hadron out of hand, though he [[ExactWords does throw him into the most dangerous regions he can find]]. Sanoma Tora [[spoiler: is also a DirtyCoward and traitor to boot but she deserves ''some'' credit for insisting on this condition before aiding Tul Axtar]].

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** In ''[[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars A Fighting Man of Mars]]'', although Tul Axtar is a DirtyCoward and has beautiful women abducted for him, he nevertheless keeps his word not to murder Tan Hadron out of hand, though he [[ExactWords does throw him into the most dangerous regions he can find]]. Sanoma Tora [[spoiler: is [[spoiler:is also a DirtyCoward and traitor to boot but she deserves ''some'' credit for insisting on this condition before aiding Tul Axtar]].



* In C.S. Friedman's ''Literature/ColdfireTrilogy'', the Hunter Gerald Tarrant ''always'' keeps his word. Breaking it actually causes him anguish and seems to threaten what little humanity he has left. The only reason he joins the main characters on their quest in the first book was due to this. Under the influence of a powerful Tidal-based Working that exposes a person's true self ([[TheHero Damien]] displayed his KnightInShiningArmor tendencies and Senzei... isn't proud of whatever it was he did), Tarrant succumbed to his inherent predatory nature and attacked Ciani -- and he had earlier promised Karril that he would never harm her. He spends the rest of the book trying to make it up to her, and suffers a great deal in the process, [[spoiler: culminating in a near HeroicSacrifice, although he recovered eventually]]. Near the end of the first book, [[spoiler: BigBad Calesta]] nearly tricks Tarrant into breaking his word again [[spoiler: by offering him as a sacrifice a girl whom Tarrant hard earlier assured on a whim he would not hurt. Tarrant barely catches himself this time]]. This pisses him off so badly he joins Damien on his new quest in order to hunt down [[spoiler: Calesta]].

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* In C.S. Friedman's ''Literature/ColdfireTrilogy'', the Hunter Gerald Tarrant ''always'' keeps his word. Breaking it actually causes him anguish and seems to threaten what little humanity he has left. The only reason he joins the main characters on their quest in the first book was due to this. Under the influence of a powerful Tidal-based Working that exposes a person's true self ([[TheHero Damien]] displayed his KnightInShiningArmor tendencies and Senzei... isn't proud of whatever it was he did), Tarrant succumbed to his inherent predatory nature and attacked Ciani -- and he had earlier promised Karril that he would never harm her. He spends the rest of the book trying to make it up to her, and suffers a great deal in the process, [[spoiler: culminating [[spoiler:culminating in a near HeroicSacrifice, although he recovered eventually]]. Near the end of the first book, [[spoiler: BigBad [[spoiler:BigBad Calesta]] nearly tricks Tarrant into breaking his word again [[spoiler: by [[spoiler:by offering him as a sacrifice a girl whom Tarrant hard earlier assured on a whim he would not hurt. Tarrant barely catches himself this time]]. This pisses him off so badly he joins Damien on his new quest in order to hunt down [[spoiler: Calesta]].[[spoiler:Calesta]].



* In ''Series/TwentyFour'', Jack Bauer carries this on his back, to such an extent that he actually can't understand why Dana, who'd only met him a couple of hours earlier, could possibly doubt him. [[spoiler: He later breaks his word by killing her. Sucks to be her.]]
** His former mentor, turned TheDragon, at one point tells Jack he will only cooperate if Jack gives him his word that he will be released after it is over, as he knows how much Jack values his word. Jack does, but the Dragon knows that he has killed too many of Jack's friends, [[spoiler: David Palmer, Tony Almeida, and Michelle Dessler]], for him to keep his word and lays a trap for Jack. He is then OutGambitted.

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* In ''Series/TwentyFour'', Jack Bauer carries this on his back, to such an extent that he actually can't understand why Dana, who'd only met him a couple of hours earlier, could possibly doubt him. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He later breaks his word by killing her. Sucks to be her.]]
** His former mentor, turned TheDragon, at one point tells Jack he will only cooperate if Jack gives him his word that he will be released after it is over, as he knows how much Jack values his word. Jack does, but the Dragon knows that he has killed too many of Jack's friends, [[spoiler: David [[spoiler:David Palmer, Tony Almeida, and Michelle Dessler]], for him to keep his word and lays a trap for Jack. He is then OutGambitted.



* In ''Series/BreakingBad'', Jesse gives his word that he will pay a fair price to the junkyard owner who has towed and stored his RV. When the [[JerkAss junkyard owner]] threatens to sell it off and pocket the money instead, Jesse steals the RV. [[spoiler: When Jesse finally gets some cash, he returns with the fair payment, plus interest, plus the cost of the portable toilet and fence that he broke during his escape.]]

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* In ''Series/BreakingBad'', Jesse gives his word that he will pay a fair price to the junkyard owner who has towed and stored his RV. When the [[JerkAss junkyard owner]] threatens to sell it off and pocket the money instead, Jesse steals the RV. [[spoiler: When [[spoiler:When Jesse finally gets some cash, he returns with the fair payment, plus interest, plus the cost of the portable toilet and fence that he broke during his escape.]]



* Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold of ''Series/OnceUponATime'' has only once ever gone back on a deal, and it's possible that [[TheAtoner he's been trying to make]] [[MyGreatestFailure up for it ever since]]. This is not to say that he won't [[ExactWords twist the bargain]] [[ManipulativeBastard to his own ends]], as he does when [[spoiler: he ''fakes'' the murder Regina wanted him to frame Mary for, claiming that Regina never explicitly ''told him'' to kill the would-be victim]]. And even if you [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor get exactly what you want from him]], the price you'll have to pay may be far greater than you imagine... ''especially'' if you try to cheat him out of his end.

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* Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold of ''Series/OnceUponATime'' has only once ever gone back on a deal, and it's possible that [[TheAtoner he's been trying to make]] [[MyGreatestFailure up for it ever since]]. This is not to say that he won't [[ExactWords twist the bargain]] [[ManipulativeBastard to his own ends]], as he does when [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he ''fakes'' the murder Regina wanted him to frame Mary for, claiming that Regina never explicitly ''told him'' to kill the would-be victim]]. And even if you [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor get exactly what you want from him]], the price you'll have to pay may be far greater than you imagine... ''especially'' if you try to cheat him out of his end.



** After King Midas shelters Silenus, one of Bacchus's followers, the god of revelry offers to grant Midas a "minor miracle" as payment. The greedy Midas wishes for his famous touch, and though Bacchus tells him to think about the repercussions of what he's doing, Midas insists. Bacchus reluctantly goes through with it, and it's Midas's young daughter who ends up paying the price when she's [[TakenForGranite turned into a gold statue]]. [[spoiler: Thankfully, Bacchus gives Midas a way out--he must WalkTheEarth for some time and find a magical pool to cleanse himself. He does, and his daughter is restored to life]].

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** After King Midas shelters Silenus, one of Bacchus's followers, the god of revelry offers to grant Midas a "minor miracle" as payment. The greedy Midas wishes for his famous touch, and though Bacchus tells him to think about the repercussions of what he's doing, Midas insists. Bacchus reluctantly goes through with it, and it's Midas's young daughter who ends up paying the price when she's [[TakenForGranite turned into a gold statue]]. [[spoiler: Thankfully, [[spoiler:Thankfully, Bacchus gives Midas a way out--he must WalkTheEarth for some time and find a magical pool to cleanse himself. He does, and his daughter is restored to life]].



** In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'', Cortana again warns Master Chief not to make promises that he can't keep as he claims that he can prevent her [[AIIsACrapshoot Rampancy]] by getting her back to Earth. [[spoiler: [[{{Tearjerker}} This time, he can't keep his promise.]] ]]
--> [[spoiler: '''Master Chief''': It was my job to take care of you.]]
--> [[spoiler: '''Cortana''': We were supposed to take care of each other. [[{{Tearjerker}} And we did]].]]

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** In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'', Cortana again warns Master Chief not to make promises that he can't keep as he claims that he can prevent her [[AIIsACrapshoot Rampancy]] by getting her back to Earth. [[spoiler: [[{{Tearjerker}} [[spoiler:[[{{Tearjerker}} This time, he can't keep his promise.]] ]]
--> [[spoiler: '''Master [[spoiler:'''Master Chief''': It was my job to take care of you.]]
--> [[spoiler: '''Cortana''': [[spoiler:'''Cortana''': We were supposed to take care of each other. [[{{Tearjerker}} And we did]].]]



** Valvatorez from ''VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten'' is even more willing to keep a promise. He decides to overthrow the Netherworld's government just because they're keeping him from fulfilling his promise to give his Prinny trainees a sardine after he finishes training them. [[spoiler: He's also been waiting 400 years to fulfill a different promise to show a certain someone "true fear" before he ever drinks blood again, because they died before he could live up to it.]]

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** Valvatorez from ''VideoGame/Disgaea4APromiseUnforgotten'' is even more willing to keep a promise. He decides to overthrow the Netherworld's government just because they're keeping him from fulfilling his promise to give his Prinny trainees a sardine after he finishes training them. [[spoiler: He's [[spoiler:He's also been waiting 400 years to fulfill a different promise to show a certain someone "true fear" before he ever drinks blood again, because they died before he could live up to it.]]



* About three quarters through ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', you can have an encounter with Sans in which he tells a story about his befriending someone who asked him to protect any humans who entered the Underground. Despite his claim that he hates making promises, he agrees and reveals it's the only reason he didn't [[spoiler:kill you on sight]] earlier in the game. The only thing that will force him to break his promise is the sheer carnage you wreak in a No Mercy run, at which point he apologizes to the one he made his promise to before [[spoiler: fighting you as the final boss]].

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* About three quarters through ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', you can have an encounter with Sans in which he tells a story about his befriending someone who asked him to protect any humans who entered the Underground. Despite his claim that he hates making promises, he agrees and reveals it's the only reason he didn't [[spoiler:kill you on sight]] earlier in the game. The only thing that will force him to break his promise is the sheer carnage you wreak in a No Mercy run, at which point he apologizes to the one he made his promise to before [[spoiler: fighting [[spoiler:fighting you as the final boss]].



** In a villainous example, [[spoiler: Malack]] passes up an easy chance to finish off the Order out of respect for [[spoiler: Durkon, whose last request was that he spare them.]] As he's still a bad guy, he eventually decides he can't ''keep'' ignoring them.

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** In a villainous example, [[spoiler: Malack]] [[spoiler:Malack]] passes up an easy chance to finish off the Order out of respect for [[spoiler: Durkon, [[spoiler:Durkon, whose last request was that he spare them.]] As he's still a bad guy, he eventually decides he can't ''keep'' ignoring them.



* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'': Why Abraham wanted to [[spoiler: kill Ellen]]; he [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2009-03-10 swore an oath to his master and to god to kill all abominations created by the Dewitchery Diamond]]. Being a KnightTemplar, he insists on carrying it out in all cases; even to the point that this attitude [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2009-06-18 almost gets him killed]].
** Also a {{deconstruction}}; he could see that Ellen wasn't a monster like the other beings created by the diamond, and he didn't actually ''want'' to kill her. But his word was more important to him than his own peace of mind and her life. Fortunately, [[spoiler: Nanase got an EleventhHourSuperPower DesperationAttack powerful enough to stop him in his tracks, and then was able to talk him out of it. She argued that since Abraham's oath was made with the intention of protecting innocent people, given this sort of dilemma, it's more important to follow the spirit of the oath than the letter of the oath]].

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* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'': Why Abraham wanted to [[spoiler: kill [[spoiler:kill Ellen]]; he [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2009-03-10 swore an oath to his master and to god to kill all abominations created by the Dewitchery Diamond]]. Being a KnightTemplar, he insists on carrying it out in all cases; even to the point that this attitude [[http://egscomics.com/?date=2009-06-18 almost gets him killed]].
** Also a {{deconstruction}}; he could see that Ellen wasn't a monster like the other beings created by the diamond, and he didn't actually ''want'' to kill her. But his word was more important to him than his own peace of mind and her life. Fortunately, [[spoiler: Nanase [[spoiler:Nanase got an EleventhHourSuperPower DesperationAttack powerful enough to stop him in his tracks, and then was able to talk him out of it. She argued that since Abraham's oath was made with the intention of protecting innocent people, given this sort of dilemma, it's more important to follow the spirit of the oath than the letter of the oath]].



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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "Robot House", Dean Vernon hosts an inter-fraternity boat race, which unfortunately for him includes the troublemaking Robot House. He declares that should the winning house be on "any sort of multiple secret probation" (Robot House is on "dodecatuple secret probation"), he will lift the probation and host a parade in their honor, then shoots Robot House's boat to finish the countdown. He hadn't expected Robot House to actually win, which they do much to his surprise and anger. The end of the episode depicts the Dean leading the Robot House parade as promised, with look of rage on his face.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "Robot House", Dean Vernon hosts an inter-fraternity boat race, which unfortunately for him includes the troublemaking Robot House. He declares that should the winning house be on "any sort of multiple secret probation" (Robot House is on "dodecatuple secret probation"), he will lift the probation and host a parade in their honor, then shoots Robot House's boat to finish the countdown. He hadn't expected Robot House to actually win, which they do much to his surprise and anger. The end of the episode depicts the Dean leading the Robot House parade as promised, with a look of rage on his face.
3rd Jul '17 12:06:19 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "Robot House", Dean Vernon hosts an inter-fraternity boat race, which unfortunately for him includes the troublemaking Robot House. He declares that should the winning house be on "any sort of multiple secret probation" (Robot House is on "dodecatuple secret probation"), he will lift the probation and host a parade in their honor, then shoots Robot House's boat to finish the countdown. He hadn't expected Robot House to actually win, which they do much to his surprise and anger. The end of the episode depicts the Dean leading the Robot House parade as promised, with a reluctant look on his face.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "Robot House", Dean Vernon hosts an inter-fraternity boat race, which unfortunately for him includes the troublemaking Robot House. He declares that should the winning house be on "any sort of multiple secret probation" (Robot House is on "dodecatuple secret probation"), he will lift the probation and host a parade in their honor, then shoots Robot House's boat to finish the countdown. He hadn't expected Robot House to actually win, which they do much to his surprise and anger. The end of the episode depicts the Dean leading the Robot House parade as promised, with a reluctant look of rage on his face.
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "Robot House", Dean Vernon hosts an inter-fraternity boat race, which unfortunately for him includes the troublemaking Robot House. He declares that should the winning house be on "any sort of multiple secret probation" (Robot House is on "dodecatuple secret probation"), he will lift the probation and host a parade in their honor, then shoots Robot House's boat to finish the countdown. He hadn't expected Robot House to actually win, which they do much to his surprise and anger. The end of the episode depicts the Dean leading the Robot House parade as promised, with a reluctant look on his face.
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** In ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix Order of the Phoenix]]'', Harry and Hermione are quick to assent when Hagrid asks for their help. Said help turns out to involve looking after a violent, 16-foot-tall giant. The two of them are understandably averse to the idea, but they're even more averse to going back on their word.
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