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1st Apr '18 3:11:11 PM jormis29
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* Alphatraz, the prison planet in ''Planet Terry'', turns out to be a luxury prison where the prisoners are in charge of the facility.

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* Alphatraz, the prison planet in ''Planet Terry'', ''ComicBook/PlanetTerry'', turns out to be a luxury prison where the prisoners are in charge of the facility.
21st Mar '18 8:54:06 PM nombretomado
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* One of the transferred employees from the Stamford branch of [[TheOffice Dunder-Mifflin]] makes his time spent in white collar prison sound so good that the Scranton employees got jealous.

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* One of the transferred employees from the Stamford branch of [[TheOffice [[Series/TheOfficeUS Dunder-Mifflin]] makes his time spent in white collar prison sound so good that the Scranton employees got jealous.



* Series/TheOffice : Ex-convict Martin Nash served time in a minimum-security prison, which sounds better than Dunder-Mifflin.

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* Series/TheOffice : ''Series/TheOfficeUS'': Ex-convict Martin Nash served time in a minimum-security prison, which sounds better than Dunder-Mifflin.
20th Mar '18 2:45:25 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* In ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'', this can be an effective way of keeping dwarves sentenced to imprisonment from getting too upset. Keep them chained up with a high-quality GemEncrusted golden chain and the prisoner will be too busy admiring the craftsdwarfship of it to get too worked-up about their predicament. Putting stockpiles of good food and drink within their limited reach can also help. Most players will end up doing this, because the most common reasons for a dwarf to be imprisoned in the first place are things like "didn't build the MacGuffin the UpperClassTwit wanted" that players don't consider all that heinous; actual violent crimes tend only to happen during [[DisasterDominoes tantrum spirals]].

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* In ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'', this can be an effective way of keeping dwarves sentenced to imprisonment from getting too upset. Keep them chained up with a high-quality GemEncrusted golden chain it's ''recommended'' that you make your prisons this. High-quality décor and the prisoner will be too busy admiring the craftsdwarfship of it to get too worked-up about their predicament. Putting stockpiles of good food and drink within their limited reach can also help. Most players will end up doing this, because the most common reasons for a dwarf to be materials keep imprisoned in the first place are things like "didn't build the MacGuffin the UpperClassTwit wanted" that players don't consider all that heinous; actual violent crimes tend only to happen during dwarves happy, which is good since they might kick off a [[DisasterDominoes tantrum spirals]].spiral]] if they're upset and they're probably innocent anyways, since dwarven justice would give your average KangarooCourt pause and the most common "crime" dwarves are imprisoned for is 'being in the fortress when an UpperClassTwit's ridiculous demand went unanswered'. If a dwarf starts ''seriously'' misbehaving, players have [[DeathTrap their own ways]] [[LavaAddsAwesome of dealing out]] [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential justice]].
19th Mar '18 10:49:07 AM Hanz
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* ''Videogame/Yakuza0'' has a very downplayed version of this, in which the gangster Homare Nishitani uses a regular prison cell in a police station as a personal hideout and purposely gets himself arrested whenever he needs a place to lay low. While it's otherwise a regular jail cell with no special accommodations, since the cops are all under his payroll he not only gets to use them as bodyguards and gofers but he can leave whenever he feels like it.
8th Mar '18 8:46:49 PM nombretomado
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* Police Officer Marcus Reed's crime boss father in ''TrueCrimeNewYorkCity''

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* Police Officer Marcus Reed's crime boss father in ''TrueCrimeNewYorkCity''''VideoGame/TrueCrimeNewYorkCity''
11th Feb '18 6:07:48 PM HeroGal2347
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-->-- '''Charles Upstart III''', ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987''

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-->-- '''Charles Upstart Upstuck III''', ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987''



* The above quote is from the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' episode "The Status Seekers". Charles Upstart III visits one of these to hire the help of the Beagle Boys who reside in this prison.

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* The above quote is from the ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' episode "The Status Seekers". Charles Upstart Upstuck III visits one of these to hire the help of the Beagle Boys who reside in this prison.
11th Feb '18 11:02:06 AM nighttrainfm
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** The Ultrahumanite has one of these in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', albeit it's relatively small. Gourmet food, classical music, TV, books, he has to be heavily bribed by Lex to even consider escaping. [[spoiler:And then he agrees to betray Lex and go back anyway in return for Batman doubling Luthor's price... in the form of a charitable "generous donation" to his favorite classical music television channel in the Humanite's- name. The channel even [[ViewersLikeYou thanks him for it on air]].]]

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** The Ultrahumanite has one of these in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', albeit it's relatively small. Gourmet food, classical music, TV, books, he has to be heavily bribed by Lex to even consider escaping. [[spoiler:And then he agrees to betray Lex and go back anyway in return for Batman doubling Luthor's price... in the form of a charitable "generous donation" to his favorite classical music television channel in the Humanite's- Humanite's name. The channel even [[ViewersLikeYou thanks him for it on air]].]]
2nd Feb '18 4:03:33 PM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/RandalsMonday'': [[spoiler:Randal]] gets eventually a sweet throne in his prison cell.
28th Jan '18 5:54:18 PM foxley
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* In Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack, Judy King gets a personal room, with many bonuses like a seltzer-maker, and a roommate of her convenience, while the other inmates are stuffed inside overcrowded dormitories. This is because she's famous and wealthy, and the directions of the prison are afraid she'll give them bad publicity, or even sue them, if she's treated the way the other inmates are.

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* In Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack, ''Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack'', Judy King gets a personal room, with many bonuses like a seltzer-maker, and a roommate of her convenience, while the other inmates are stuffed inside overcrowded dormitories. This is because she's famous and wealthy, and the directions of the prison are afraid she'll give them bad publicity, or even sue them, if she's treated the way the other inmates are.



* Khan lives in one in the ''Series/MacGyver'' episode "The Escape".

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* Khan (who essentially runs the prison) lives in one in the ''Series/MacGyver'' ''Series/MacGyver1985'' episode "The Escape".
24th Jan '18 2:49:05 AM Galiris8198
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* Dale the Whale in ''Series/{{Monk}}'' has his own personal cell and lives with a certain amount of luxury. This is partly due to his massive wealth and influence and partly due to his massive size - due to which even the door is left wide open, and he's even allowed to order takeout. But when he tried to assassinate the Governor of California as part of a plan to get himself pardoned and to put Adrian Monk in jail, he had all his luxuries taken away.

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* Dale the Whale in ''Series/{{Monk}}'' has his own personal cell and lives with a certain amount of luxury. This is partly due to his massive wealth and influence and partly due to his massive size - due to which even the door is left wide open, and he's even allowed to order takeout. [[spoiler: But when he tried to assassinate the Governor of California as part of a plan to get himself pardoned and to put Adrian Monk in jail, he had all his luxuries taken away.]]
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