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21st Sep '16 2:55:59 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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-->'''Fat Tony:''' Did you have a nice flight, Johnny Tightlips?\\

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-->'''Fat --->'''Fat Tony:''' Did you have a nice flight, Johnny Tightlips?\\
14th Sep '16 6:11:48 PM Andyroid
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** When Brian tells Peter that he is a [[BadLiar terrible liar]], there is a cutaway to Peter in an elevator. Peter farts and then exclaims to the ''one other'' person "It was you".

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** When Brian tells Peter that he is a [[BadLiar terrible liar]], there is a cutaway to Peter in an elevator. Peter farts and then exclaims to the ''one other'' person ''only other person'' in the elevator "It was you".



-->'''Peter Griffin''': It's exactly what it looks like.

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-->'''Peter --->'''Peter Griffin''': It's exactly what it looks like.



** And when he accidentally destroys the class aquarium trying to do a yo-yo trick, with the string still tied to his finger.
** Plus the time he uses a grass-killing chemical to write his name in the school lawn in giant letters.
-->'''Bart:''' Maybe it was one of the other Barts.
-->'''Skinner:''': THERE ARE NO OTHER BARTS!
** In "Whacking Day", after Bart gets expelled from Springfield Elementary, Marge decides to home-school him. As she's setting up a classroom in the garage, Bart throws a paper airplane that gets lodged in her trademark beehive hairdo, and promptly claims "I didn't do it" even though ''he's the only other person there''.

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** And when In "Bart the Lover", Bart blurts out "I didn't do it" after he accidentally destroys the class aquarium trying to do a yo-yo trick, trick... with the string still tied to his finger.
** Plus the time in the episode "Principal Charming" he uses a grass-killing chemical to write his name in the school lawn in giant letters.
-->'''Bart:''' --->'''Bart:''' Maybe it was one of the other Barts.
-->'''Skinner:''': --->'''Skinner:''': [[OneSteveLimit THERE ARE NO OTHER BARTS!
BARTS!]]
** In "Whacking Day", after Bart gets expelled from Springfield Elementary, Marge decides to home-school him. As she's setting up a classroom in the garage, Bart throws a paper airplane that gets lodged in her trademark beehive hairdo, and hairdo. He promptly claims "I didn't do it" even though ''he's the only other person there''.
6th Sep '16 12:34:02 PM Lego3400
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**In the Rom Hack PonyFantasyVI, the scenes are replayed with Trixie taking Celes' place and Celestia as Edgar. Trixie is not fooled at all, between Celesita's constant use of "my dear" to refer to people and the fact that she doesn't even bother hiding the fact that she's an Alicorn, which Trixe points out
-->'''Trixie:''' Just how many alicorns do you think there are?
18th Aug '16 5:05:59 AM eowynjedi
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* Dodged in ''Literature/WolfHall'' when the Seymours relate a [[BlackComedy funny story]] about how Thomas Cromwell got Thomas More convicted of treason: by locking the jury into a room and saying they couldn't have supper until they gave him a guilty verdict. Cromwell is glad the conversation moves on without any of his men trying to contradict it and says nothing himself, since it's close enough to what actually happened.

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* Dodged in ''Literature/WolfHall'' when the Seymours relate Francis Weston relates a [[BlackComedy funny story]] about how Thomas Cromwell got Thomas More convicted of treason: by locking the jury into a room and saying they couldn't have supper until they gave him a guilty verdict. Cromwell's son and ward don't appreciate Weston cheeking him, but Cromwell doesn't say anything to contradict it and is glad happy the conversation moves on without any of his men trying to contradict it and says nothing himself, since it's because that's close enough to what he actually happened.did.
13th Aug '16 3:07:24 PM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'', not realizing that Principal Fakey is cheating on his wife, Orel tells Principal Fakey he's an authority figure, so he must never be wrong. This cures Fakey of his guilt and allows him to blissfully continue to cheat on his wife. He discovers he has Gonorrhea, which he got from Nurse Bendy (she confirms she has it too). He says "I've been as [[BlatantLies faithful as ever]], she must be cheating on me!" . . . ''as he's having sex with Bendy.''

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'', not realizing that Principal Fakey is cheating on his wife, Orel tells Principal Fakey he's an authority figure, so he must never be wrong. This cures Fakey of his guilt and allows him to blissfully continue to cheat on his wife. He discovers he has Gonorrhea, gonorrhea, which he got from Nurse Bendy (she confirms she has it too). He says "I've been as [[BlatantLies faithful as ever]], she must be cheating on me!" . . . ''as he's having sex with Bendy.''
13th Aug '16 2:48:48 PM Vir
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** [[LampshadedTrope Lampshaded]] in "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish." Homer tells Bart that one of the three most important sentences in life is "It was like that when I got here." When Bart accidentally breaks a glass of aftershave and makes Homer angry, Bart says "It was like that when I got here!" making Homer proud.

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** [[LampshadedTrope Lampshaded]] {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish." Homer tells Bart that one of the three most important sentences in life is "It was like that when I got here." When Bart accidentally breaks a glass of aftershave and makes Homer angry, Bart says "It was like that when I got here!" making Homer proud.
13th Aug '16 2:48:16 PM Vir
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-->'''Peter Griffin''': This is exactly what it looks like.

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-->'''Peter Griffin''': This is It's exactly what it looks like.
2nd Aug '16 8:44:49 PM eowynjedi
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* Dodged in ''Literature/WolfHall'' when the Seymours relate a [[BlackComedy funny story]] about how Thomas Cromwell got Thomas More convicted of treason: by locking the jury into a room and saying they couldn't have supper until they gave him a guilty verdict. Cromwell is glad the conversation moves on without any of his men trying to contradict it and says nothing himself, since it's close enough to what actually happened.
1st Aug '16 4:40:31 PM JMQwilleran
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* Advertising/{{GEICO}}
** The in-commercial version of Geico claims they didn't know the cavemen were still around, even though the original commercial had the one offended be ''part of the film crew''.
** The pirate captain in the [[NotInFrontOfTheParrot parrot]] commercial swears up-and-down that he never said any of the mean things about his crew that the parrot is saying, even though it's fairly obvious the parrot got it from him.
31st Jul '16 9:01:29 AM billybobfred
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* In ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'', {{vampire}}s attempting to evade Dwarven Justice will accuse other citizens at random of their own crimes. The game doesn't really have a way to check for how plausible the accusation is, occasionally resulting in vampires unwittingly outing themselves to oblivious players by accusing a dwarf who couldn't possibly be a vampire, such as one of the starting seven. This is still better than older versions, where they'd often accuse ''babies'' and ''livestock''.
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