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19th Aug '16 4:49:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Film/TheJewelOfTheNile'', [[BigBad Omar]] has the hero and his love interest in a deathtrap. After explaining said deathtrap, the hero asks what kind of sick mind would think of something like this. [[spoiler:He copied it from a novel the love interest wrote.]]



* in ''Film/{{Patton}}'', a German officer notes that Bradley has a modest demeanor, unusual for a General, which gets him a glare from the German General in the room.


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* In ''Film/TheJewelOfTheNile'', [[BigBad Omar]] has the hero and his love interest in a deathtrap. After explaining said deathtrap, the hero asks what kind of sick mind would think of something like this. [[spoiler:He copied it from a novel the love interest wrote.]]
* in ''Film/{{Patton}}'', a German officer notes that Bradley has a modest demeanor, unusual for a General, which gets him a glare from the German General in the room.
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19th Aug '16 4:49:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''Film/{{Shrek}}'', Shrek overhears Fiona asking Donkey, "Who could love a hideous beast?". Shrek assumes she's talking about him and is hurt, when in fact she was talking about [[spoiler:herself]], leading him to act angry toward her. Thankfully, it's cleared up pretty quickly when he sees the hideous beast she was talking about.

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* In ''Film/{{Shrek}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'', Shrek overhears Fiona asking Donkey, "Who could love a hideous beast?". Shrek assumes she's talking about him and is hurt, when in fact she was talking about [[spoiler:herself]], leading him to act angry toward her. Thankfully, it's cleared up pretty quickly when he sees the hideous beast she was talking about.



* In ''Film/JewelOfTheNile'', [[BigBad Omar]] has the hero and his love interest in a deathtrap. After explaining said deathtrap, the hero asks what kind of sick mind would think of something like this. [[spoiler:He copied it from a novel the love interest wrote.]]
* In ''Film/TheSimpsonsMovie'', a Code Black emergency is declared, prompting Lenny to remark that "black is the worst color there is." He immediately apologizes to [[BlackBestFriend Carl]].

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* In ''Film/JewelOfTheNile'', ''Film/TheJewelOfTheNile'', [[BigBad Omar]] has the hero and his love interest in a deathtrap. After explaining said deathtrap, the hero asks what kind of sick mind would think of something like this. [[spoiler:He copied it from a novel the love interest wrote.]]
* In ''Film/TheSimpsonsMovie'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'', a Code Black emergency is declared, prompting Lenny to remark that "black is the worst color there is." He immediately apologizes to [[BlackBestFriend Carl]].
16th Aug '16 10:56:58 PM PaulA
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* In the Literature/VorkosiganSaga story "Winterfair Gifts", Armsman Roic tells his new friend Taura about an encounter with a swarm of gene-modified bugs, and winds up with a comment about exterminating the grotesque genetically-engineered monsters -- having temporarily forgotten that Taura is herself a grotesque genetically-engineered monster.

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* In the Literature/VorkosiganSaga story "Winterfair Gifts", "Literature/WinterfairGifts", Armsman Roic tells his new friend Taura about an encounter with a swarm of gene-modified bugs, and winds up with a comment about exterminating the grotesque genetically-engineered monsters -- having temporarily forgotten that Taura is herself a grotesque genetically-engineered monster.
8th Aug '16 2:00:35 PM Willbyr
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* In ''{{Naruto}}'', Sakura insults the main character for being an orphan, claiming that his BrattyHalfPint nature is due to him not having parents to discipline him, not realizing that Sasuke, standing right there, was also an orphan.
* VampireKnight has the protagonist telling another character that she understands now about how vampires can be seen as subhuman beasts to be exterminated like vermin, only to find out about half a minute later that he's a vampire himself. She later feels incredibly guilty about this, despite the fact that the other character gave no indication he'd even heard her (he was distracted enough at the time that he might not have), let alone cared or disagreed.

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* In ''{{Naruto}}'', ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Sakura insults the main character for being an orphan, claiming that his BrattyHalfPint nature is due to him not having parents to discipline him, not realizing that Sasuke, standing right there, was also an orphan.
* VampireKnight ''Manga/VampireKnight'' has the protagonist telling another character that she understands now about how vampires can be seen as subhuman beasts to be exterminated like vermin, only to find out about half a minute later that he's a vampire himself. She later feels incredibly guilty about this, despite the fact that the other character gave no indication he'd even heard her (he was distracted enough at the time that he might not have), let alone cared or disagreed.
23rd Jul '16 2:34:01 PM LentilSandEater
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->'''Lilly''': If you insist on calling them cripples, [[LampshadeHanging then that means you consider me one as well]]. Is that what you’re saying?

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->'''Lilly''': If you insist on calling them cripples, [[LampshadeHanging then that means you consider me one as well]].well. Is that what you’re saying?
12th May '16 12:28:10 AM Kid
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* One two-part ''ComicBook/SpiderMan story starts with Spidey dropping by to help the ComicBook/FantasticFour fight a mob of ugly-looking demons. The Thing clues him in that ComicBook/DoctorStrange knows about the demons, and that they're called the Mindless Ones.

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* One two-part ''ComicBook/SpiderMan ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' story starts with Spidey dropping by to help the ComicBook/FantasticFour fight a mob of ugly-looking demons. The Thing clues him in that ComicBook/DoctorStrange knows about the demons, and that they're called the Mindless Ones.
1st Apr '16 10:11:25 PM nombretomado
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* [[InvertedTrope Flipped sideways]] by TheDrewCareyShow: While Drew hangs out in his backyard with friends, his [[CrankyNeighbor neighbor]] Greg Clemens walks up with a live horse. Drew is not pleased:

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* [[InvertedTrope Flipped sideways]] by TheDrewCareyShow: ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow'': While Drew hangs out in his backyard with friends, his [[CrankyNeighbor neighbor]] Greg Clemens walks up with a live horse. Drew is not pleased:
19th Mar '16 3:25:38 AM Hossmeister
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9th Jan '16 8:42:14 PM nombretomado
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* ''SpongeBobSquarePants'' has Patrick's reaction to Doodlebob in the episode "Frankendoodle":

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* ''SpongeBobSquarePants'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' has Patrick's reaction to Doodlebob in the episode "Frankendoodle":
1st Jan '16 6:33:11 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Smallville}}'', [[{{Superman}} Clark]] has to say that he is a Kryptonian too multiple times when his parents or [[PlatonicLifePartners Chloe]] comment on how all of them are bent on death and destruction.
* In ''{{Friends}}'', Ross and Rachel are having a fight in front of everyone. In an effort to attack Ross, Rachel refers to [[TheLoinsSleepTonight a previously raised issue]] by saying, "And just so you know, it's ''not'' that common, it ''doesn't'' happen to every guy and it ''is'' a big deal!", at which point Chandler jumps forward and says, "I ''knew'' it!"

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* In ''{{Smallville}}'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', [[{{Superman}} Clark]] has to say that he is a Kryptonian too multiple times when his parents or [[PlatonicLifePartners Chloe]] comment on how all of them are bent on death and destruction.
* In ''{{Friends}}'', ''Series/{{Friends}}'', Ross and Rachel are having a fight in front of everyone. In an effort to attack Ross, Rachel refers to [[TheLoinsSleepTonight a previously raised issue]] by saying, "And just so you know, it's ''not'' that common, it ''doesn't'' happen to every guy and it ''is'' a big deal!", at which point Chandler jumps forward and says, "I ''knew'' it!"
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