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16th Apr '17 4:16:02 PM bt8257
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Alternately, the [[MagneticHero hero]] is in dire straits until TheCavalry, his [[CharacterMagneticTeam ragtag band]] of [[FireForgedFriends acquired friends]], arrives to save the day.

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Alternately, the [[MagneticHero hero]] is in dire straits until TheCavalry, TheCavalry and his [[CharacterMagneticTeam ragtag band]] of [[FireForgedFriends acquired friends]], arrives friends]] arrive to save the day.
8th Mar '17 9:36:10 AM nombretomado
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* MatthewReilly uses this often, but one that just ''begs'' to be mentioned comes from ''Scarecrow'': a nuclear missile is prevented from being launched with ''less than a second left''. And a different nuclear missile is shut down in mid-flight.

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* MatthewReilly Creator/MatthewReilly uses this often, but one that just ''begs'' to be mentioned comes from ''Scarecrow'': a nuclear missile is prevented from being launched with ''less than a second left''. And a different nuclear missile is shut down in mid-flight.
2nd Mar '17 2:22:33 PM Leporidae
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* Bill and [[CanineCompanion Uncle Sam's]] rescue of Golden Eyes in the UsefulNotes/WorldWarI serial ''ComicBook/GoldenEyesAndHerHeroBill''. Golden Eyes, an ambulance driver and Bill's sweetheart, has been captured by German officer Hugo Von Schwatzenburg. Upon discovering that his captive has stolen German intelligence and secreted it back to the American side, Hugo drags her to the top of the trenches with the intent to shoot her in front of the onrushing American forces - Bill and Uncle Sam tackle him just as he raises his weapon:
--> "He [Hugo] would shoot her before the eyes of the American sentries of their lines three hundred yards away!... As the Hun raised his automatic, two mud-bespattered, glitter-eyed beings, Uncle Same and Bill, fell upon him, a snarling dog and a roaring man, a man crying, 'My bare hands for you!'"
8th Feb '17 1:49:18 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** The Hound saving Sansa from AttemptedRape.
** PlayedForLaughs when Jaqen kills Amory Lorch seconds before he can reveal incriminating information about Arya.
13th Jan '17 9:27:21 PM Doug86
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* In the original ''MiracleOn34thStreet'', Kris Kringle's lawyer, Fred Gailey, interrupts the judge just as he is about to sign the commitment order for Kris. However, Fred immediately points out that even if he had been too late to stop the judge, he could have simply filed a habeus corpus motion and challenged the commitment anyway, meaning the nick of time entrance just meant that Mr. Gailey was spared some extra work for his client.

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* In the original ''MiracleOn34thStreet'', ''Film/MiracleOnThirtyFourthStreet'', Kris Kringle's lawyer, Fred Gailey, interrupts the judge just as he is about to sign the commitment order for Kris. However, Fred immediately points out that even if he had been too late to stop the judge, he could have simply filed a habeus corpus motion and challenged the commitment anyway, meaning the nick of time entrance just meant that Mr. Gailey was spared some extra work for his client.
24th Dec '16 12:14:56 PM nombretomado
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* ''AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'' ends the third to last chapter with Fogg concluding he has arrived too late and lost his bet, leaving him ruined. However, the penultimate chapter has him suddenly arriving just in time to win after all. As the surprised reader wonders how he pulled that off, the narrator explains that Fogg forgot to account for gaining a day after crossing the International Date Line, meaning he arrived early without knowing it and would never have realized his mistake in time if his love, Aouda, hadn't set off a chain of events that alerted Fogg he still had time to win the bet.

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* ''AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'' ''Literature/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'' ends the third to last chapter with Fogg concluding he has arrived too late and lost his bet, leaving him ruined. However, the penultimate chapter has him suddenly arriving just in time to win after all. As the surprised reader wonders how he pulled that off, the narrator explains that Fogg forgot to account for gaining a day after crossing the International Date Line, meaning he arrived early without knowing it and would never have realized his mistake in time if his love, Aouda, hadn't set off a chain of events that alerted Fogg he still had time to win the bet.
29th Nov '16 7:47:08 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's "Literature/TheSlitheringShadow", ConanTheBarbarian, running away from a ZergRush, gets dropped through a TrapDoor [[ItsASmallWorldAfterAll to where Natala has been abducted]], just in time to save her from the LivingShadow.

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* In Creator/RobertEHoward's "Literature/TheSlitheringShadow", ConanTheBarbarian, Literature/ConanTheBarbarian, running away from a ZergRush, gets dropped through a TrapDoor [[ItsASmallWorldAfterAll to where Natala has been abducted]], just in time to save her from the LivingShadow.
28th Aug '16 11:45:42 AM nombretomado
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And if you're looking for animated television series seen on Creator/PBSKidsSprout or [[DisneyChannel Disney Junior]] depending on where you live, [[WesternAnimation/JustinTime go here]].

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And if you're looking for animated television series seen on Creator/PBSKidsSprout or [[DisneyChannel [[Creator/DisneyChannel Disney Junior]] depending on where you live, [[WesternAnimation/JustinTime go here]].
14th Mar '16 10:39:20 PM Gamermaster
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* LastSecondShowoff
7th Mar '16 2:46:29 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''WalkerTexasRanger'': Regularly used, to varyingly degrees. A frequent use will be a split second before the villain is about to leave town, kill someone or carry out a particularly evil act (e.g., committ a huge bank robbery and kill hundreds of people inside), only for Walker and Trivette to arrive at the last second with an army of police officers – and, after interrupting the vile act, beat up the bad guys.

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* ''WalkerTexasRanger'': ''Series/WalkerTexasRanger'': Regularly used, to varyingly degrees. A frequent use will be a split second before the villain is about to leave town, kill someone or carry out a particularly evil act (e.g., committ a huge bank robbery and kill hundreds of people inside), only for Walker and Trivette to arrive at the last second with an army of police officers – and, after interrupting the vile act, beat up the bad guys.



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