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28th Jul '17 12:53:06 PM Morgenthaler
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* "Pax Soprana", a first season episode of ''Series/TheSopranos'', shows Corrado Soprano, newly designated head of the DiMeo crime family of New Jersey, being fitted for a new suit. His tailor tells "Uncle Junior" that the tailor's grandson recently committed suicide due to drugs sold to him by a member of Soprano's mob. Soprano has the dealer killed.

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* "Pax Soprana", a first season episode of ''Series/TheSopranos'', shows Corrado Soprano, newly designated head of the DiMeo [=DiMeo=] crime family of New Jersey, being fitted for a new suit. His tailor tells "Uncle Junior" that the tailor's grandson recently committed suicide due to drugs sold to him by a member of Soprano's mob. Soprano has the dealer killed.
28th Jul '17 12:52:53 PM Morgenthaler
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"Pax Soprana", a first season episode of "The Sopranos", shows Corrado Soprano, newly designated head of the DiMeo crime family of New Jersey, being fitted for a new suit. His tailor tells "Uncle Junior" that the tailor's grandson recently committed suicide due to drugs sold to him by a member of Soprano's mob. Soprano has the dealer killed.

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* "Pax Soprana", a first season episode of "The Sopranos", ''Series/TheSopranos'', shows Corrado Soprano, newly designated head of the DiMeo crime family of New Jersey, being fitted for a new suit. His tailor tells "Uncle Junior" that the tailor's grandson recently committed suicide due to drugs sold to him by a member of Soprano's mob. Soprano has the dealer killed.
16th Jul '17 5:57:57 AM Overfiend
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"Pax Soprana", a first season episode of ''Series/The Sopranos'', shows Corrado Soprano, newly designated head of the DiMeo crime family of New Jersey, being fitted for a new suit. His tailor tells "Uncle Junior" that the tailor's grandson recently committed suicide due to drugs sold to him by a member of Soprano's mob. Soprano has the dealer killed.

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"Pax Soprana", a first season episode of ''Series/The Sopranos'', "The Sopranos", shows Corrado Soprano, newly designated head of the DiMeo crime family of New Jersey, being fitted for a new suit. His tailor tells "Uncle Junior" that the tailor's grandson recently committed suicide due to drugs sold to him by a member of Soprano's mob. Soprano has the dealer killed.
16th Jul '17 5:57:16 AM Overfiend
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"Pax Soprana", a first season episode of ''Series/The Sopranos'', shows Corrado Soprano, newly designated head of the DiMeo crime family of New Jersey, being fitted for a new suit. His tailor tells "Uncle Junior" that the tailor's grandson recently committed suicide due to drugs sold to him by a member of Soprano's mob. Soprano has the dealer killed.
4th Jan '17 5:54:32 PM dmcreif
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* In ''Series/{{Daredevil|2015}}'', [[Comicbook/TheKingpin Wilson Fisk]] introduces Leland Owlsley to his tailor Melvin Potter. Fisk himself doesn't need a fitting, of course, because Melvin already makes all of his suits and knows his measurements. The scene is used more to introduce Melvin, as he's the source of all of Fisk's knife- and bullet-resistant clothing.

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* In ''Series/{{Daredevil|2015}}'', [[Comicbook/TheKingpin Wilson Fisk]] introduces Leland Owlsley to his tailor Melvin Potter. Fisk himself doesn't need a fitting, of course, because Melvin already makes all of his suits and knows his measurements. The scene is used more to introduce Melvin, as he's the source of all of Fisk's knife- and bullet-resistant clothing. Melvin later supplies Matt Murdock with similar body armor, and becomes his main gear supplier by the start of season 2.
1st Jan '17 11:39:20 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* In ''Film/{{Payback}}'', Carter, one of the CoDragons for the BigBad who is presented as running the city where the story takes place, is seen putting on a suit as he gives orders about how he wants VillainProtagonist Porter taken care of.

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* In ''Film/{{Payback}}'', Carter, one of the CoDragons for the BigBad who is presented as running the city where the story takes place, is seen putting on a suit as he gives orders about how he wants VillainProtagonist Porter taken care of.
27th Nov '16 5:45:50 AM dmcreif
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* In ''Series/{{Daredevil|2015}}'', a variant in hwich [[Comicbook/TheKingpin Wilson Fisk]] introduces Leland Owlsley to his tailor Melvin Potter. Fisk himself doesn't need a fitting, of course, because Melvin already makes all of his suits and knows his measurements. The scene is used more to introduce Melvin, as he's the source of all of Fisk's knife- and bullet-resistant clothing.

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* In ''Series/{{Daredevil|2015}}'', a variant in hwich [[Comicbook/TheKingpin Wilson Fisk]] introduces Leland Owlsley to his tailor Melvin Potter. Fisk himself doesn't need a fitting, of course, because Melvin already makes all of his suits and knows his measurements. The scene is used more to introduce Melvin, as he's the source of all of Fisk's knife- and bullet-resistant clothing.
27th Nov '16 5:45:30 AM dmcreif
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* In the Netflix ''Series/{{Daredevil|2015}}'' series, there's a variant involving [[Comicbook/TheKingpin Wilson Fisk]] introducing one of his subordinates to his tailor. Fisk himself doesn't need a fitting, of course, because the tailor already makes all of his suits and knows his measurements. The scene is used more to introduce the tailor, as he's the source of all of Fisk's knife- and bullet-resistant clothing.

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* In the Netflix ''Series/{{Daredevil|2015}}'' series, there's ''Series/{{Daredevil|2015}}'', a variant involving in hwich [[Comicbook/TheKingpin Wilson Fisk]] introducing one of his subordinates introduces Leland Owlsley to his tailor. tailor Melvin Potter. Fisk himself doesn't need a fitting, of course, because the tailor Melvin already makes all of his suits and knows his measurements. The scene is used more to introduce the tailor, Melvin, as he's the source of all of Fisk's knife- and bullet-resistant clothing.
13th Apr '16 4:27:01 AM StFan
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* ComicBook/LexLuthor has been shown in this kind of scene.



* In the Netflix ''{{Series/Daredevil 2015}}'' series, there's a variant involving [[Comicbook/TheKingpin Wilson Fisk]] introducing one of his subordinates to his tailor. Fisk himself doesn't need a fitting, of course, because the tailor already makes all of his suits and knows his measurements. The scene is used more to introduce the tailor, as he's the source of all of Fisk's knife and bullet resistant clothing.

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* In the Netflix ''{{Series/Daredevil 2015}}'' ''Series/{{Daredevil|2015}}'' series, there's a variant involving [[Comicbook/TheKingpin Wilson Fisk]] introducing one of his subordinates to his tailor. Fisk himself doesn't need a fitting, of course, because the tailor already makes all of his suits and knows his measurements. The scene is used more to introduce the tailor, as he's the source of all of Fisk's knife knife- and bullet resistant bullet-resistant clothing.




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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPJZbrlXNOM This]] ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' spoof of ''Film/StarWars'' has [[BigBad Emperor Palpatine]] flipping out at [[TheDragon Darth Vader]] over the phone for losing the Millennium Falcon, only for Alphonso the barber to cheerfully suggest hiring a bounty hunter.
--> '''Palpatine:''' (Hangs up) I just want to sit in a hot bath and cry!
--> '''Alphonso:''' You're looking for some guys? What about a bounty hunter? You know, a guy who looks for a guy for money! My sister's dating one!
--> '''Palpatine:''' Alphonso, you're a lifesaver!!!

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPJZbrlXNOM This]] ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' spoof of ''Film/StarWars'' has [[BigBad Emperor Palpatine]] flipping out at [[TheDragon Darth Vader]] over the phone for losing the Millennium Falcon, ''Millennium Falcon'', only for Alphonso the barber to cheerfully suggest hiring a bounty hunter.
--> '''Palpatine:''' (Hangs up) (''hangs up'') I just want to sit in a hot bath and cry!
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'''Alphonso:''' You're looking for some guys? What about a bounty hunter? You know, a guy who looks for a guy for money! My sister's dating one!
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one!\\
'''Palpatine:''' Alphonso, you're a lifesaver!!!
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12th Apr '16 3:00:09 AM morenohijazo
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* ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'': The Sheriff in "Herne's Son", looking over new robes from his tailor while extorting gold from Sir Richard.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Hitman}}'': Tommy Clemenza's clothing store. Tom keeps 47's old outfits and a weapon or two in the back room.
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