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17th Jun '17 4:55:53 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Rosemary Kennedy, sister of U.S. President UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy, was subjected to lobotomy at the age of 23 in 1941. This has been used as the basis for ConspiracyTheories.

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* Rosemary Kennedy, sister of U.S. President UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy, was subjected to lobotomy lobotomized at the age of 23 in 1941. This has been used as the basis for ConspiracyTheories.
17th Jun '17 4:52:32 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Jeffrey Dahmer, according to his confessions, attempted to give these to some of his victims while they were still alive, drilling holes in their skulls and ''pouring in acid'' in attempts to create zombies. Thankfully given the circumstances, this more often than not killed the unfortunate victims.

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* The American SerialKiller Jeffrey Dahmer, according Dahmer confessed to his confessions, attempted to give these to lobotomizing some of his victims while they were still alive, drilling holes in their skulls and ''pouring in acid'' in attempts to create zombies. Thankfully given the circumstances, this more often than not The process killed everyone he tried it on, though, which was probably the unfortunate victims.best possible outcome in that situation.
17th Jun '17 4:49:36 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* In ''Film/{{Pi}}'', [[spoiler:Max Cohen]] gives himself a lobotomy via a power drill to the skull to stop the mathematical visions from tormenting him anymore. This is a contender for the movie's SignatureScene, and probably {{all there is to know about|TheCryingGame}} ''π''.
* ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'' introduces a biological variant in the form of brain parasites that Khan uses to make his victims complacent during an interrogation.

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* In one of the {{signature scene}}s of ''Film/{{Pi}}'', [[spoiler:Max Cohen]] gives lobotomizes himself a lobotomy via with a power drill to the skull to stop the mathematical visions from tormenting him anymore. This is a contender for the movie's SignatureScene, and probably {{all there is to know about|TheCryingGame}} ''π''.
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* ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'' introduces a biological variant in the form of brain parasites that Khan uses to make his victims complacent during an interrogation.prisoners more complacent.
8th Jun '17 9:32:28 PM nombretomado
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* Mephisto the Magician references a Doc Savage expy in the ''WhateleyUniverse'' whose "delicate medical surgery" turns out to be a pre-frontal lobotomy, reducing brilliant criminal minds to mental children unable to feed themselves. Mephisto is less than amused.

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* Mephisto the Magician references a Doc Savage expy in the ''WhateleyUniverse'' ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'' whose "delicate medical surgery" turns out to be a pre-frontal lobotomy, reducing brilliant criminal minds to mental children unable to feed themselves. Mephisto is less than amused.
2nd Jun '17 1:20:27 PM FGHIK
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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' brings up lobotomy procedures in "A Better World", when [[spoiler: Justice Lord Superman manages to lobotomize Doomsday ''using only his heat vision''.]] When the others decide to check out a mental hospital [[spoiler:in the Justice Lords universe, it's revealed that he has done it to many other villains like The Joker, Poison Ivy and the Mr. Scarface.]] It's how we know he's not a good guy. [[spoiler: When Doomsday recovers and hunts down our Superman, Supes tries it again as an act of desperation, only for Doomsday to reveal he developed an immunity since his last fight.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' brings up lobotomy procedures in "A Better World", when [[spoiler: Justice Lord Superman manages to lobotomize Doomsday ''using only his heat vision''.]] When the others decide to check out a mental hospital [[spoiler:in the Justice Lords universe, it's revealed that he has done it to many other villains like The Joker, Poison Ivy and the Mr. Scarface.]] It's how we know he's not a good guy. [[spoiler: When Doomsday recovers and hunts down our Superman, Supes tries it again as an act of desperation, only for Doomsday to reveal he [[AdaptiveAbility developed an immunity immunity]] since his last fight.]]
29th May '17 1:27:21 PM Threen
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* There's a doctor in ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}'' who removes entire brains. His name? Doctor Loboto. He's ([[OpenHeartDentistry actually a dentist]]) and removes brains whole, so they can be used to pilot psychic tanks. They're removed through an extreme form of PepperSneeze, and are just as easily replaced.

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* There's a doctor in ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}'' who removes entire brains. His name? Doctor Loboto. He's ([[OpenHeartDentistry actually a dentist]]) and removes brains whole, so they can be used to pilot psychic tanks. They're removed through an extreme form of PepperSneeze, and [[spoiler:and are just as easily replaced.]]
25th May '17 5:22:42 AM Dravencour
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* The ''Series/ColdCase'' episode "Committed" involves the VictimOfTheWeek having received a lobotomy to try to cure her mood swings and to [[spoiler:take the place of Carmen, an artist who was committed for not following social convention and had nothing wrong with her, in order to spare her from suffering this awful fate]]. She freezes to death when she's taken outside due to her catatonic state following the lobotomy.

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* The ''Series/ColdCase'' episode "Committed" involves the VictimOfTheWeek having received a lobotomy to try to cure her mood swings and to [[spoiler:take the place of Carmen, an artist who was committed for not following social convention and had nothing wrong with her, in order to spare her from suffering this awful fate]]. She freezes to death when she's taken outside due to her catatonic state following the lobotomy.procedure.
25th May '17 5:21:11 AM Dravencour
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* The ''Series/ColdCase'' episode "Committed" involves the VictimOfTheWeek having received one to try to cure her mood swings and to [[spoiler:take the place of Carmen, an artist who was committed for not following social convention and had nothing wrong with her, in order to spare her from suffering this awful fate]]. She freezes to death when she's taken outside due to her catatonic state following the lobotomy.

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* The ''Series/ColdCase'' episode "Committed" involves the VictimOfTheWeek having received one a lobotomy to try to cure her mood swings and to [[spoiler:take the place of Carmen, an artist who was committed for not following social convention and had nothing wrong with her, in order to spare her from suffering this awful fate]]. She freezes to death when she's taken outside due to her catatonic state following the lobotomy.
25th May '17 5:17:12 AM Dravencour
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* The ''Series/ColdCase'' episode "Committed" involves the VictimOfTheWeek having received one to try to cure her mood swings and to [[spoiler:spare Carmen, an artist who was committed for not following social convention and had nothing wrong with her, this awful fate]]. She freezes to death when she's taken outside due to her catatonic state following the lobotomy.

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* The ''Series/ColdCase'' episode "Committed" involves the VictimOfTheWeek having received one to try to cure her mood swings and to [[spoiler:spare [[spoiler:take the place of Carmen, an artist who was committed for not following social convention and had nothing wrong with her, in order to spare her from suffering this awful fate]]. She freezes to death when she's taken outside due to her catatonic state following the lobotomy.
25th May '17 5:12:48 AM Dravencour
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* The ''Series/ColdCase'' episode "Committed" involves the VictimOfTheWeek having received one to try to cure her mood swings and to spare Carmen, an artist who was committed for not following social convention and had nothing wrong with her, this awful fate. She freezes to death when she's taken outside due to her catatonic state following the lobotomy.

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* The ''Series/ColdCase'' episode "Committed" involves the VictimOfTheWeek having received one to try to cure her mood swings and to spare [[spoiler:spare Carmen, an artist who was committed for not following social convention and had nothing wrong with her, this awful fate.fate]]. She freezes to death when she's taken outside due to her catatonic state following the lobotomy.
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