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13th Jun '16 3:52:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheNewAdventuresOfSuperman'' episode "The Saboteurs". The {{villain}} "The Chief" tells Lois Lane and Clark Kent his plan after he captures them.

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* ''TheNewAdventuresOfSuperman'' ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfSuperman'' episode "The Saboteurs". The {{villain}} "The Chief" tells Lois Lane and Clark Kent his plan after he captures them.
11th May '16 2:36:26 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* Zigzagged in ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'' after Placido and the Diablo army are defeated during the Grand Prix Arc. When Jose and Lucciano finally confront the heroes and the latter group demands to know what the hell is going on, Lucciano's attitude is more-or-less "why should we tell ''you''?" However, Jose (who is usually recognized as the leader of the Three Nobles) shoots that down with one angry glare, and reacts to the question with a "no harm in letting you know" attitude and gives them a brief summary, mostly to intimidate them. (What makes this rather surreal is that [[spoiler: both, along with Placido, are all different aspects of the same being, which is not revealed until later; the disagreements they have are very much internal conflicts.]])
10th May '16 9:01:56 PM DenisK21
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**One should also keep in mind that Aizen might not be entirely honest the first time he gloats at you about something. Ichigo notices that one of his recent reveals and what he'd said in a previous arc didn't match up and accuses him of lying. Aizen admits to being a chronic liar, and points out that Ichigo really shouldn't assume he was telling the truth the first time around. In fact, the only folks he's generally honest with are those he considers close to equal; everything he told Kisuke Urahara, whom he admitted was actually smarter, has thus far turned out to be true.
6th May '16 5:42:09 PM nombretomado
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* This happens in ''[[GaiaOnline zOMG]]'' twice, although both times it was just a distraction while the villain in question was preparing his method of attack. During the BigBad's monologue, one of your crew members will hang a lampshade.

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* This happens in ''[[GaiaOnline ''[[Website/GaiaOnline zOMG]]'' twice, although both times it was just a distraction while the villain in question was preparing his method of attack. During the BigBad's monologue, one of your crew members will hang a lampshade.



** Done all the time in the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' Series. Liquid and Solidus in particular seem to love doing this. It was toned down a few notches in part 3 and most of part 4, but it still takes up lots of time, especially considering [[ParrotExposition Snake's tendency to ask for clarification]].

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** Done all the time in the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' Series.series. Liquid and Solidus in particular seem to love doing this. It was toned down a few notches in part 3 and most of part 4, but it still takes up lots of time, especially considering [[ParrotExposition Snake's tendency to ask for clarification]].
23rd Apr '16 7:57:56 AM MeleKalikimaka
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* Played with in ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'': Zurg tries to be GenreSavvy by [[EvilGloating gloating]] without giving Buzz any specific information he could use to foil his EvilPlan.
-->'''Zurg:''' There's this place, and I'm going to destroy it, in a way they would never expect.
-->'''Buzz:''' Sweet mother of Venus! [[BatDeduction You're going to destroy Capital Planet with a secret attack fleet launched through a trans-spacial warp!]]
-->'''Zurg:''' [[OhCrap No! How did you do that?]]
20th Apr '16 9:20:37 AM emeriin
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* In WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's review of ''Devil'', Shya-Amon has Critic helpless on the floor, but decides to talk at him instead of doing his usual talent-bending MindRape.
6th Apr '16 5:30:38 AM Adept
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* In ''{{Exalted}}'', an [[DarkMessiah Infernal Exalt]] who has offended his or her demonic masters can atone by behaving like a CardCarryingVillain. One method is called "Infernal Genius Declaration," and involves showing off to a captured and helpless enemy by delivering a monologue describing his or her evil plan in great detail. The Infernal will receive this atonement, incidentally, whether this monologue leads to their plans being thwarted or not.
* ''CarWars''. ''Autoduel Quarterly'' magazine Volume 7 #2, adventure "Mutant Zone". If the {{PC}}s are captured they're taken to Blob, the mutants' leader, who explains his plans to use braintape technology to put the mutants' minds into the brains of human beings.
* ''{{Champions}}'' adventure ''The Coriolis Effect''. After the Black Enchantress captures the heroes and takes away their powers she explains her plans to them.

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* In ''{{Exalted}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', an [[DarkMessiah Infernal Exalt]] who has offended his or her demonic masters can atone by behaving like a CardCarryingVillain. One method is called "Infernal Genius Declaration," and involves showing off to a captured and helpless enemy by delivering a monologue describing his or her evil plan in great detail. The Infernal will receive this atonement, incidentally, whether this monologue leads to their plans being thwarted or not.
* ''CarWars''.''TabletopGame/CarWars''. ''Autoduel Quarterly'' magazine Volume 7 #2, adventure "Mutant Zone". If the {{PC}}s are captured they're taken to Blob, the mutants' leader, who explains his plans to use braintape technology to put the mutants' minds into the brains of human beings.
* ''{{Champions}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' adventure ''The Coriolis Effect''. After the Black Enchantress captures the heroes and takes away their powers she explains her plans to them.
20th Mar '16 3:01:03 PM ultimomant
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* Senator Roark gives one to John Hartigan in ''SinCity''. Unlike most versions of this trope, the Senator is getting away with it and they both know it.

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* Senator Roark gives one to John Hartigan in ''SinCity''.''Comicbook/SinCity''. Unlike most versions of this trope, the Senator is getting away with it and they both know it.


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* In ''Fanfic/SuzumiyaHaruhiNoIndex'', when Terra of the Left kidnaps Kyon, Kyon asks him to explain how his powers work and his goals while they wait for his plan to go into motion. Terra egotistically agrees, saying that since Kyon doesn't have any powers nor fighting skills, there is no way he can possibly use this information to his advantage. He's right, but Kyon was counting on Kaori Kanzaki coming to rescue him. She eavesdropped on his exposition and used that knowledge to defeat him. Plus, Acqua of the Back was also eavesdropping and heard about how Terra was planning to betray God's Right Seat, so he punishes him after the battle.
19th Mar '16 10:19:53 PM SmugTrope
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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' had one of these in the episode And Then There Were Fewer, where [[spoiler:Lois discovers that Diane Simmons was the killer of [[NotQuiteDead James Woods]], Stephanie, [[KilledOffForReal Muriel Goldman]], Derek Wilcox, and Priscilla while blaming Tom Tucker for the crimes. Diane decides to explain to her that it was all part of her plan to take revenge on James and Tom for breaking up with her and costing her her job respectively.]]
19th Mar '16 6:16:29 AM Hossmeister
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