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30th Jun '16 3:19:52 PM nice_legs
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* In GHOST's song "COLORBARS," a boy named Kennith hijacks a TV broadcast with his colorbars in order to control those who see them.
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29th Jun '16 3:35:08 PM mizorefan
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* In the web series ''WebVideo/TheSixCatsParade'', the owner of the cats accidentally did it to the cats [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkIM0s15jL8 rubbing it's hand in the sofa]].
6th Jun '16 10:47:51 PM Infection
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* The ultimate goal of [[BigBad En Sabah Nur]] aka [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Apocalypse]] in ''Film/XMenApocalypse''. [[spoiler: He wishes to absorb Charles Xavier's powers into his own and use the enhanced psychic abilities to control every single person on the planet]].
25th May '16 12:10:35 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/ScannersIIITheTakeover'': After Helena discovers that her psychic powers works over a television broadcast signal as well, she plots to use it to mind control everyone in the world.
25th May '16 11:53:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/TheMummy1999'': Imhotep uses his powers to brainwash the common folk of Cairo to mob the heroes.



* DeanKoontz novel ''Night Chills''. A MadScientist develops a drug that lowers subconscious resistance to subliminal messages. He uses TV broadcasts to beam hidden control instructions into the minds of viewers that cause them to mindlessly obey anyone who says the correct code phrase.
* In ''TheThrawnTrilogy'', Joruus C'baoth could do this using the Force, controlling swaths of the Imperial fleet to improve their efficiency and make their timing impossibly precise. At first he just used it at Grand Admiral Thrawn's orders, but eventually he decided to make a power grab and took control of every member of the Imperial fleet except for those handful in a [[PowerNullifier ysalamiri bubble]]. Thrawn talked C'baoth down by reminding him that ''none'' of the people he was controlling knew what was planned, and C'baoth couldn't piece it together from a dozen or a hundred minds that had some inkling - it was [[AllUpToYou all up to Thrawn]] - and how long could C'baoth hold the meld, anyway, before people started to collapse?

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* DeanKoontz Creator/DeanKoontz novel ''Night Chills''. A MadScientist develops a drug that lowers subconscious resistance to subliminal messages. He uses TV broadcasts to beam hidden control instructions into the minds of viewers that cause them to mindlessly obey anyone who says the correct code phrase.
* In ''TheThrawnTrilogy'', ''Literature/TheThrawnTrilogy'', Joruus C'baoth could do this using the Force, controlling swaths of the Imperial fleet to improve their efficiency and make their timing impossibly precise. At first he just used it at Grand Admiral Thrawn's orders, but eventually he decided to make a power grab and took control of every member of the Imperial fleet except for those handful in a [[PowerNullifier ysalamiri bubble]]. Thrawn talked C'baoth down by reminding him that ''none'' of the people he was controlling knew what was planned, and C'baoth couldn't piece it together from a dozen or a hundred minds that had some inkling - it was [[AllUpToYou all up to Thrawn]] - and how long could C'baoth hold the meld, anyway, before people started to collapse?
1st Apr '16 7:05:12 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': When, in the first episode, Flash, Mandrake and Lothar arrive on Mongo to rescue Flash's family (though they only succeed in rescuing his son, Rick), they come under attack from Ming's Ice Robots, which soon have them outnumbered. To "even the odds", Mandrake uses mass hypnosis to make Garax and the Ice Robots think four more spaceships have suddenly appeared, distracting them long enough for Flash and the others to land.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': When, in In ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'', Ming does this on a couple of occasions:
** ''Like Father, Like Daughter?: Ming uses
the first episode, Flash, Mandrake Mind Neutraliser to turn the inhabitants of Grand Junction into mindless zombies programmed to stop the Defenders. Rick, LJ and Lothar arrive on Mongo to rescue Flash's family (though they only succeed in rescuing his son, Rick), they come under attack from Kshin, captured by Ming's Ice Robots, which soon have them outnumbered. To "even the odds", troops, are also affected, but Mandrake uses mass hypnosis his own hypnotic powers to make Garax knock them out and is later able to reverse their conditioning. When Ming tries to use the Ice Robots think four more spaceships Mind Neutraliser on a global scale, the Defenders reverse the polarity so that Ming only succeeds in curing the people who have suddenly appeared, distracting them long enough for already been exposed to the Neutraliser.
** ''Ming's Household Helpers'': Ming manufactures seemingly benign robots which are programmed to do household work. However, they're also programmed to hypnotise their owners into doing Ming's bidding when they receive a particular signal from one of Ming's satellites. The Defenders find out about Ming's scheme after Rick buys one of the robots and, after
Flash is captured while trying to knock out the satellite, Mandrake, the Phantom and Lothar head to Ice Station Earth to rescue him and shut down Ming's robot factory; in the others to land.meantime, the younger Defenders work on jamming the signal from the satellite.
1st Apr '16 6:43:02 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': When, in the first episode, Flash, Mandrake and Lothar arrive on Mongo to rescue Flash's family (though they only succeed in rescuing his son, Rick), they come under attack from Ming's Ice Robots, which soon have them hopelessly outnumbered. To "even the odds", Mandrake uses mass hypnosis to make Garax and the Ice Robots think four more spaceships have suddenly appeared, distracting them long enough for Flash and the others to land.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': When, in the first episode, Flash, Mandrake and Lothar arrive on Mongo to rescue Flash's family (though they only succeed in rescuing his son, Rick), they come under attack from Ming's Ice Robots, which soon have them hopelessly them outnumbered. To "even the odds", Mandrake uses mass hypnosis to make Garax and the Ice Robots think four more spaceships have suddenly appeared, distracting them long enough for Flash and the others to land.
30th Mar '16 5:10:09 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': When, in the first episode, Flash, Mandrake and Lothar arrive on Mongo to rescue Flash's family, they come under attack from Ming's Ice Robots, which soon have them hopelessly outnumbered. To "even the odds", Mandrake uses mass hypnosis to make Garax and the Ice Robots think four more spaceships have suddenly appeared, distracting them long enough for Flash and the others to land.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': When, in the first episode, Flash, Mandrake and Lothar arrive on Mongo to rescue Flash's family, family (though they only succeed in rescuing his son, Rick), they come under attack from Ming's Ice Robots, which soon have them hopelessly outnumbered. To "even the odds", Mandrake uses mass hypnosis to make Garax and the Ice Robots think four more spaceships have suddenly appeared, distracting them long enough for Flash and the others to land.
30th Mar '16 5:09:00 AM Clare
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* ''WesternAnimation/DefendersOfTheEarth'': When, in the first episode, Flash, Mandrake and Lothar arrive on Mongo to rescue Flash's family, they come under attack from Ming's Ice Robots, which soon have them hopelessly outnumbered. To "even the odds", Mandrake uses mass hypnosis to make Garax and the Ice Robots think four more spaceships have suddenly appeared, distracting them long enough for Flash and the others to land.
1st Dec '15 6:41:39 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Garfield and Friends}}'', "The Beast From Beyond", a Tyrannosaurus Rex gets his own TV show that hypnotizes people.

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* In ''{{Garfield ''WesternAnimation/{{Garfield and Friends}}'', "The Beast From Beyond", a Tyrannosaurus Rex gets his own TV show that hypnotizes people.
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