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3rd May '17 11:55:04 AM AthenaBlue
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* Anime/{{FLCL}} implies that [[spoiler:Canti [[IChooseToStay chose to stay]] with Naota's family rather than coming along with Haruko at the end of Episode 6.]]

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* Anime/{{FLCL}} ''Anime/{{FLCL}}'' implies that [[spoiler:Canti [[IChooseToStay chose to stay]] with Naota's family rather than coming along with Haruko at the end of Episode 6.]]



* DrivingIntoATruck is implied to have happened in ''Film/TheCannonballRun''. When the police set up a roadblock specifically to catch and arrest the Cannonballers, JJ spots a semi with an empty flatbed. Cut to a shot of the semi & flatbed with a suspiciously shaped object - which looks like JJ and Victor's car - under a tarp. They sneak by the roadblock under there.

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* DrivingIntoATruck is implied to have happened in ''Film/TheCannonballRun''. When the police set up a roadblock specifically to catch and arrest the Cannonballers, JJ spots a semi with an empty flatbed. Cut to a shot of the semi & flatbed with a suspiciously shaped object - -- which looks like JJ and Victor's car - -- under a tarp. They sneak by the roadblock under there.



* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' implies that [[spoiler:Coulson]] CameBackWrong.
* YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame in ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Jorah Mormont explains to the exiled former prince Viserys that the death sentence he fled was for selling poachers to a slaver, something that's left Jorah with a lasting sense of shame. Viserys replies that under his reign Jorah wouldn't be punished for "such nonsense." Jorah's expression implies that he'd rather face the punishment than live in the kingdom Viserys would build.



* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'': In "My Princess", Dr. Cox tells about his day at the hospital to his son [[SerialNumbersFiledOff in the form of]] a bedtime story. In the story, a maiden being terrorized by a monster is saved in time and lives HappilyEverAfter, while in reality, it's a fatal disease and JD and Elliot are able to diagnose the patient. When Jordan asks if the story really had a happy ending, he replies "that's the way I'm telling it", implying that [[YouAreTooLate she didn't survive.]]



* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'': In "My Princess", Dr. Cox tells about his day at the hospital to his son [[SerialNumbersFiledOff in the form of]] a bedtime story. In the story, a maiden being terrorized by a monster is saved in time and lives HappilyEverAfter, while in reality, it's a fatal disease and JD and Elliot are able to diagnose the patient. When Jordan asks if the story really had a happy ending, he replies "that's the way I'm telling it", implying that [[YouAreTooLate she didn't survive.]]
* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' implies that [[spoiler:Coulson]] CameBackWrong.
* YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame in ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Jorah Mormont explains to the exiled former prince Viserys that the death sentence he fled was for selling poachers to a slaver, something that's left Jorah with a lasting sense of shame. Viserys replies that under his reign Jorah wouldn't be punished for "such nonsense." Jorah's expression implies that he'd rather face the punishment than live in the kingdom Viserys would build.

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* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'': In "My Princess", Dr. Cox tells about his day at the hospital to his son [[SerialNumbersFiledOff in the form of]] a bedtime story. In the story, a maiden being terrorized by a monster is saved in time and lives HappilyEverAfter, while in reality, it's a fatal disease and JD and Elliot are able to diagnose the patient. When Jordan asks if the story really had a happy ending, he replies "that's the way I'm telling it", implying that [[YouAreTooLate she didn't survive.]]
* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' implies that [[spoiler:Coulson]] CameBackWrong.
* YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame in ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Jorah Mormont explains to the exiled former prince Viserys that the death sentence he fled was for selling poachers to a slaver, something that's left Jorah with a lasting sense of shame. Viserys replies that under his reign Jorah wouldn't be punished for "such nonsense." Jorah's expression implies that he'd rather face the punishment than live in the kingdom Viserys would build.


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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'': [[Recap/StarWarsRebelsS3E20ZeroHourPartII "Zero Hour"]] implies WithMyHandsTied, as [[spoiler:Kallus]] is escorted into an elevator by two guards with his hands cuffed behind his back, and when the elevator door opens at its destination, he's just finishing taking the cuffs off with the guards unconscious behind him.


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18th Apr '17 8:32:18 PM DustSnitch
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* ''Art/{{David}}'': The only thing Michelangelo sculpted here is David himself, but the king's ready weapon and decisive stare pretty clearly indicate the presence of TheAntagonist, the mighty Goliath, off on the horizon of David's view.
31st Dec '16 12:34:55 PM nombretomado
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* An ArchaeologicalArmsRace is implied in {{Eberron}}. Several countries are gearing up for war and there are a great deal of powerful magical artifacts to uncover. Whether the trope is played straight is up to the DM, of course.

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* An ArchaeologicalArmsRace is implied in {{Eberron}}.TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}. Several countries are gearing up for war and there are a great deal of powerful magical artifacts to uncover. Whether the trope is played straight is up to the DM, of course.
1st Nov '16 10:15:37 AM Anddrix
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* ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou in Creator/TimBurton's ''Film/AliceInWonderland''. We know that Alice dismisses her first visit to Wonderland as a dream. At the garden party, she meets an old woman who has traits of the Red Queen, and twins (the Chataway sisters) who behave like Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.

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* ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou in Creator/TimBurton's ''Film/AliceInWonderland''.''Film/AliceInWonderland2010''. We know that Alice dismisses her first visit to Wonderland as a dream. At the garden party, she meets an old woman who has traits of the Red Queen, and twins (the Chataway sisters) who behave like Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.
4th Jun '16 2:59:33 PM TompaDompa
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* UnreliableNarrator in ''Film/{{Detour}}''. Main character Al Roberts describes a series of events where a person dies, and Roberts ends up hiding the body and taking their belongings and identity for perfectly innocent reasons. The narration points out that no one would ever believe it.



* ''Film/MurderInTheFirst'''s closing narration says Henry Young was found dead in his cell with a note saying he was free, indicating he had [[NeverGoingBackToPrison killed himself to escape]].



* ''Film/MurderInTheFirst'''s closing narration says Henry Young was found dead in his cell with a note saying he was free, indicating he had killed himself to escape.

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* ''Film/MurderInTheFirst'''s closing narration says Henry Young was found dead in his cell with a note saying he was free, indicating he had killed himself to escape.
4th Jun '16 9:50:56 AM nombretomado
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** GlowingEyesOfDoom is implied for [[Characters/BerserkOther The Beast of Darkness]], thanks to the PS2 game giving it some malevolent-looking, glowing [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]].

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** GlowingEyesOfDoom is implied for [[Characters/BerserkOther The Beast of Darkness]], thanks to the PS2 [=PS2=] game giving it some malevolent-looking, glowing [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]].
14th May '16 12:48:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* OppressiveStatesOfAmerica is implied in ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''. One of Pravin Lal's quotes references a painful lesson about the importance of [[HarsherInHindsight free flow of information]] learned by Americans in Earth's [[JustBeforeTheEnd final century]].

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* OppressiveStatesOfAmerica is implied in ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''.''VideoGame/SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''. One of Pravin Lal's quotes references a painful lesson about the importance of [[HarsherInHindsight free flow of information]] learned by Americans in Earth's [[JustBeforeTheEnd final century]].
5th May '16 3:36:42 PM MarkLungo
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* In ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', HeroicSacrifice is implied with the nuclear flash, mushroom cloud, and the characters mourning [[spoiler:at Bruce's grave. Later subverted.]]



** In ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', HeroicSacrifice is implied with the nuclear flash, mushroom cloud, and the characters mourning [[spoiler:at Bruce's grave. Later subverted.]]



* OppressiveStatesOfAmerica is implied in ''Literature/{{Illuminatus}}'', and would naturally come up in any work of fiction where TheIlluminati (or a similar AncientConspiracy) are the ones REALLY running the country.

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* OppressiveStatesOfAmerica is implied in ''Literature/{{Illuminatus}}'', and would naturally come up in any work of fiction where TheIlluminati (or a similar AncientConspiracy) are the ones REALLY ''really'' running the country.



* The first episode of ''Hector: Badge of Carnage'' implies ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish regarding [[spoiler:the passcode to Exotico's back room]]: we never actually find out what it ''is'', but when Hector learns it, he remarks that he [[Film/{{Spaceballs}} has the same combination on his luggage]], and when he uses it he comments that he should've been able to guess it.

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* The first episode of ''Hector: Badge of Carnage'' ''VideoGame/HectorBadgeOfCarnage'' implies ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish regarding [[spoiler:the passcode to Exotico's back room]]: we never actually find out what it ''is'', but when Hector learns it, he remarks that he [[Film/{{Spaceballs}} has the same combination on his luggage]], and when he uses it he comments that he should've been able to guess it.
21st Feb '16 8:58:52 PM Fireblood
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* ''Film/MurderInTheFirst'''s closing narration says Henry Young was found dead in his cell with a note saying he was free, indicating he had killed himself to escape.
21st Feb '16 9:54:32 AM nombretomado
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* ''Film/TheAvengers'' implies that Black Widow [[TrojanPrisoner deliberately let herself get captured]] by the Russian officer early in the film in order to trick him into confessing what he was intending to do before she was forced to abort the operation thanks in part to Loki's arrival.

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* ''Film/TheAvengers'' ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' implies that Black Widow [[TrojanPrisoner deliberately let herself get captured]] by the Russian officer early in the film in order to trick him into confessing what he was intending to do before she was forced to abort the operation thanks in part to Loki's arrival.
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