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13th Jan '18 9:43:13 PM HeroGal2347
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* One episode of ''Series/{{Monk}}'' featured a secret ring of chambermaids that used confidential information left lying around in hotel rooms to engage in insider trading. When one of their number wants out (or wanted more money), they kill her and use their position and [[TheNonDescript near-invisibility]] to disappear the body and cover up the crime to the point where Monk looks like (more of) a lunatic for even trying to investigate.

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* One episode of The ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "[[Recap/MonkS1E9MrMonkTakesAVacation Mr. Monk Takes a Vacation]]" featured a secret ring of chambermaids that used confidential information left lying around in hotel rooms to engage in insider trading. When one of their number wants out (or wanted more money), they kill her and use their position and [[TheNonDescript near-invisibility]] to disappear the body and cover up the crime to the point where Monk looks like (more of) a lunatic for even trying to investigate.
22nd Nov '17 7:51:32 PM Dvandemon
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* One episode of ''Series/{{Monk}}'' featured a secret ring of chambermaids that used confidential information left lying around in hotel rooms to engage in insider trading. When one of their number wants out (or did she want more money? or was she a new girl who stumbled onto their secret? I don't recall), they kill her and use their position and [[TheNonDescript near-invisibility]] to disappear the body and cover up the crime to the point where Monk looks like (more of) a lunatic for even trying to investigate.

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* One episode of ''Series/{{Monk}}'' featured a secret ring of chambermaids that used confidential information left lying around in hotel rooms to engage in insider trading. When one of their number wants out (or did she want wanted more money? or was she a new girl who stumbled onto their secret? I don't recall), money), they kill her and use their position and [[TheNonDescript near-invisibility]] to disappear the body and cover up the crime to the point where Monk looks like (more of) a lunatic for even trying to investigate.
8th Nov '17 4:08:24 PM EricW
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* A short for ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' posits that the controllers of the world are Squirrels. Even talking about Chem trails, Monsanto deals and fermenting unrest in Brazil.
16th Sep '17 6:18:24 PM ivymutant
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* In ''Literature/TheDemonHeadmaster'' series, the[[strike:headteacher]] headmaster of a small [[TheGoodOldBritishComp comprehensive secondary school]] attempts to take over the world using (in order): a school, a computer summer camp, a MerchandiseDriven TV show, a small-time lab, a university computer lab and, most amusingly, a nightclub.

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* In ''Literature/TheDemonHeadmaster'' series, the[[strike:headteacher]] headmaster of a small [[TheGoodOldBritishComp comprehensive secondary school]] attempts to take over the world using (in order): a school, a computer summer camp, a MerchandiseDriven TV show, a small-time lab, a university computer lab and, most amusingly, a nightclub. And then, a school. Again. This time a different school, with a different plan, but still a school.
4th Sep '17 8:06:31 AM JustTroper
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If the organization is not secret, this becomes just a WeirdTradeUnion. If it is not powerful even in the story, this is a BrotherhoodOfFunnyHats.

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If the organization is not secret, this becomes just a WeirdTradeUnion. If it is not powerful even in the story, this is a BrotherhoodOfFunnyHats.
BrotherhoodOfFunnyHats. It may also turn out to be a {{Mockspiracy}}.
7th Aug '17 5:59:49 PM crashkey
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* ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'' has the United States government controlled by Japan. This isn't so bad, except [[spoiler:their method of control is by hypereducating and brainwashing the students of a single elementary school. In ''Seattle''. Oh, and the principal is Harman Smith. Not to mention the fact that US Presidential Elections are rigged by the Education Ministry, who also have the power to authorize global war against both the US ''and'' Japan.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'' has In ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'', the United States government controlled US vote can be manipulated by Japan. This isn't so bad, except [[spoiler:their method the most powerful man in the country: [[spoiler:the ''education minister'']]. Because of control this, Japan is by hypereducating able to [[spoiler:control the election and brainwashing the students of brainwash children by taking over a single elementary school. In ''Seattle''. Oh, and the principal is Harman Smith. Not to mention the fact that US Presidential Elections are rigged by the Education Ministry, who also have the power to authorize global war against both the US ''and'' Japan.]]school in Seattle]].
10th Jun '17 8:22:01 AM thatother1dude
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Beast Boy discovers that the local burger chain hides a conspiracy of alien cows who are plotting to enslave mankind. The episode is called "Employee of the Month". Intelligent space tofu kidnaps cows to use as fuel while selling a "Meaty Meaty" substitute through a store front managed by an android made of tofu.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' episode "Employee of the Month", Beast Boy discovers that the local burger chain hides a conspiracy of alien cows who are plotting to enslave mankind. The episode is called "Employee of the Month". Intelligent intelligent space tofu that kidnaps cows to use as fuel while selling a "Meaty Meaty" substitute through a store front managed by an android made of tofu.
4th Jun '17 8:07:52 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Not to mention that every time an Al Gore book is scanned at your local bookstore, it sends a coded message directly to [[spoiler:the Pentagon, so they can relay the news to Al Gore's office]].

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** Not to mention that every time an Al Gore UsefulNotes/AlGore book is scanned at your local bookstore, it sends a coded message directly to [[spoiler:the Pentagon, so they can relay the news to Al Gore's office]].
17th May '17 7:11:25 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Cro Threadstrong, an orc who sells leatherworking supplies in Shattrath City, continually rants about how the Fruit Vendor is leading an army of ogres trying to eliminate the Horde. Among other things. (The Fruit Vendor in Shattrath is a sweet old lady named Granny Smith, so it's likely he's just a loon. Still, at least one Guild on one server [[AscendedMeme has called itself Fruit Vendor Army]] out of inspiration.)

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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''; Cro Threadstrong, an orc who sells leatherworking supplies in Shattrath City, continually rants about how the Fruit Vendor is leading an army of ogres trying to eliminate the Horde. Among other things. (The Fruit Vendor in Shattrath is a sweet old lady named [[MeaningfulName Granny Smith, Smith]], so it's likely he's just a loon. Still, at least one Guild on one server [[AscendedMeme has called itself Fruit Vendor Army]] out of inspiration.)
17th May '17 7:09:03 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Cro Threadstrong, an orc who sells leatherworking supplies in Shattrath City, continually rants about how the Fruit Vendor is leading an army of ogres trying to eliminate the Horde. Among other things. (The Fruit Vendor in Shattrath is a sweet old lady named Granny Smith, so it's likely he's just a loon. Still, at least one Guild on one server [[AscendedMeme has called itself Fruit Vendor Army]] out of inspiration.)
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