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27th Feb '17 4:58:09 PM eroock
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* One commercial for Trident chewing gum shows a man sitting in the jury box during a trial when his cell phone starts ringing. "Uh-oh, Jay, should've put that phone on silent," intones the announcer. Supposedly, Trident gum makes Jay's innocent smile so brilliant that everyone else will ignore the racket in his pocket. [[NoSell Not happening, Jay.]] Viewable on Youtube:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zc0IyM19iXM]].

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* One commercial [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zc0IyM19iXM commercial]] for Trident chewing gum shows a man sitting in the jury box during a trial when his cell phone starts ringing. "Uh-oh, Jay, should've put that phone on silent," intones the announcer. Supposedly, Trident gum makes Jay's innocent smile so brilliant that everyone else will ignore the racket in his pocket. [[NoSell Not happening, Jay.]] Viewable on Youtube:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zc0IyM19iXM]].]]
27th Feb '17 4:57:19 PM eroock
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* One commercial for Trident chewing gum shows a man sitting in the jury box during a trial when his cell phone starts ringing. "Uh-oh, Jay, should've put that phone on silent," intones the announcer. Supposedly, Trident gum makes Jay's innocent smile so brilliant that everyone else will ignore the racket in his pocket. [[NoSell Not happening, Jay.]] Viewable on Youtube:[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zc0IyM19iXM]].
21st Feb '17 5:42:12 PM nombretomado
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII CrisisCore'', after Genesis summons Bahamut SIN, Zack gets a call on his cell phone from Aerith. He explains that he can't talk as he has to deal with a guest, while Bahamut roars in the background. After he hangs up, he turns back to Bahamut:

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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII CrisisCore'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII: VideoGame/CrisisCore'', after Genesis summons Bahamut SIN, Zack gets a call on his cell phone from Aerith. He explains that he can't talk as he has to deal with a guest, while Bahamut roars in the background. After he hangs up, he turns back to Bahamut:
21st Feb '17 2:03:03 AM eroock
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-->--''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'', in the middle of your first encounter with undead space velociraptors made from human remains

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-->--''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'', -->-- ''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'', in the middle of your first encounter with undead space velociraptors made from human remains
20th Jan '17 11:40:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* Inverted in ''Film/{{Transformers}}'' (2007). It's {{justified|Trope}}, though, as well as a CrowningMomentOfFunny. Captain Lennox tries to make a call to ThePentagon while his (dwindling) men fight off Scorponok. The justification comes from Bay's military advisors listing similar issues soldiers had while trying to connect to the Pentagon mid-battle.

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* Inverted in ''Film/{{Transformers}}'' (2007). It's {{justified|Trope}}, though, as well as a CrowningMomentOfFunny. Captain Lennox tries to make a call to ThePentagon UsefulNotes/ThePentagon while his (dwindling) men fight off Scorponok. The justification comes from Bay's military advisors listing similar issues soldiers had while trying to connect to the Pentagon mid-battle.
18th Jan '17 12:19:55 AM Ddae
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->'''Daina:''' Issac! I don't think I can--\\
'''Issac:''' NOT NOW!

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->'''Daina:''' Issac! Isaac! I don't think I can--\\
'''Issac:''' '''Isaac:''' NOT NOW!
2nd Jan '17 9:59:06 AM BigJaredMonkey
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* At the beginning of the "Secret of Cabot House" quest in ''VideoGame/Fallout4'', the player witnesses this situation first hand. Jack Cabot is trying to talk to Edward Deegan over the radio, while the latter is engaged in a running gun-fight with a bunch of raiders. Edward even drops the trope name at one point before being forced off the air by the fighting.
12th Nov '16 9:56:20 PM azul120
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* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' has had it on several occasions with the titular character getting calls from his LockedOutOfTheLoop Buy More friends at the most inopportune times.



* ''Series/KamenRiderDouble:'' In a flashback, Soukichi Narumi talks to his daughter while in the middle of his first battle as Kamen Rider Skull. While the bad guys are attempting to kersplat him with industrial equipment, Akiko calls and Soukichi casually talks about how fighting for justice (as a detective) seems heavy enough to ''crush'' a man sometimes, but he'll be okay. [[spoiler: Thanks to a MonsterOfTheWeek curse that does ''not'' have NoOntologicalInertia placed on him later in the film, he can never see Akiko again]], so this scene becomes HarsherInHindsight as [[spoiler: it's likely their last-ever conversation]].

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* ''Series/KamenRiderDouble:'' ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'': In a flashback, Soukichi Narumi talks to his daughter while in the middle of his first battle as Kamen Rider Skull. While the bad guys are attempting to kersplat him with industrial equipment, Akiko calls and Soukichi casually talks about how fighting for justice (as a detective) seems heavy enough to ''crush'' a man sometimes, but he'll be okay. [[spoiler: Thanks to a MonsterOfTheWeek curse that does ''not'' have NoOntologicalInertia placed on him later in the film, he can never see Akiko again]], so this scene becomes HarsherInHindsight as [[spoiler: it's likely their last-ever conversation]].
19th Oct '16 2:59:29 PM margdean56
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* Happens in ''Literature/TheSixSacredStones'' by Creator/MatthewReilly. Notably, the person being called is a twelve-year-old boy and the event is a HighSpeedBattle in which an convoy chases a 747 down an Egyptian highway.
* ''Literature/LabyrinthsOfEcho'' has telepathic talks that cannot even be "turned off" and fail only due to magic blockade few can perform well, unconsciousness or superhuman level of concentration on something else. Customary ethics and possibly bylaws in the World of Rod prohibits subordinates from distracting superiors by initiation of thought-chats, with obvious exclusion of ordered reports and dire emergency. Also, [[TheAce the Chief of Minor Secret Investigative Force]] has an old bad habit of telling callers he "waits in ambush" while [[ProfessionalGambler playing cards]], and once noted that in a real ambush it's not much of a problem, but few understand it. This occasionally bitten him in the butt, though.
* In ''[[TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms Return of the Archwizards]]'' a character had magical sending responded only with "fleeting impression of terror" and was afraid to send another due to possibility it would distract the other party from a hard fight.

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* Happens in ''Literature/TheSixSacredStones'' by Creator/MatthewReilly. Notably, the person being called is a twelve-year-old boy and the event is a HighSpeedBattle in which an a convoy chases is chasing a 747 down an Egyptian highway.
* ''Literature/LabyrinthsOfEcho'' has telepathic talks speech that cannot even be "turned off" off", and fail only due to magic blockade few can perform well, unconsciousness unconsciousness, or a superhuman level of concentration on something else. Customary ethics and possibly bylaws in the World of Rod prohibits prohibit subordinates from distracting superiors by initiation of thought-chats, with the obvious exclusion of ordered reports and dire emergency. Also, [[TheAce the Chief of Minor Secret Investigative Force]] has an old bad habit of telling callers he "waits he's "waiting in ambush" while [[ProfessionalGambler playing cards]], and once noted that in a real ambush it's not much of a problem, but few understand it. This occasionally bitten him in the butt, though.
* In ''[[TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms Return of the Archwizards]]'' a character had a magical sending responded to only with a "fleeting impression of terror" and was afraid to send another due to the possibility it would distract the other party from a hard fight.
19th Oct '16 2:53:41 PM margdean56
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* At an issue of ''Film/BarbWire'', Barb is in the mother of all {{Chase Scene}}s fleeing for every criminal force in her City at her motorcycle, when his cell phone beeps. After exclaiming that they must be kidding her, she decides to answer with the most sensible line:
--> ''What the hell!, It could be'' good news!

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* At an issue of ''Film/BarbWire'', Barb is in the mother of all {{Chase Scene}}s fleeing for from every criminal force in her City at on her motorcycle, when his her cell phone beeps. After exclaiming that they must be kidding her, she decides to answer with the most sensible line:
--> ''What the hell!, hell! It could be'' good news!



** Subverted in Pk2, the sequel, where the cellphone going off distracts the droid who was about to shot Paperinik, saving his life.
** It was also deconstructed in the reboot, where the distraction of the cellphone stop Pikappa from attacking a monster and almost get him killed.

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** Subverted in Pk2, [=Pk2=], the sequel, where the cellphone going off distracts the droid who was about to shot shoot Paperinik, saving his life.
** It was also deconstructed in the reboot, where the distraction of the cellphone stop stops Pikappa from attacking a monster and almost get gets him killed.
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