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25th Jul '16 5:26:38 PM Sharlee
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* The different heads of the shark from ''3-Headed Shark Attack'' occasionally nudge irritably at one another, or try to snatch the same human victim away from one another like competitors.
4th Jul '16 11:43:55 AM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'':

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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'':''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'':
30th Jun '16 10:01:17 PM 20person
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** The anecdote also serves as a bit of foreshadowing. [[spoiler:If the people on that planet had two heads, then why do all the statues in their crypt only have [[OhCrap one head]]?]]

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** The anecdote also serves as a bit of foreshadowing. [[spoiler:If the people on that planet had two heads, then why do all the statues in their crypt have only have [[OhCrap one head]]?]]
30th Jun '16 9:55:08 PM 20person
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** The story also serves as a bit of foreshadowing. [[spoiler:If the people on that planet had two heads, then why do all the statues in their crypt only have [[OhCrap one head]]?]]

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** The story anecdote also serves as a bit of foreshadowing. [[spoiler:If the people on that planet had two heads, then why do all the statues in their crypt only have [[OhCrap one head]]?]]
30th Jun '16 9:54:38 PM 20person
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** The story also serves as a bit of foreshadowing. [[spoiler:If the people on that planet had two heads, then why do all the statues in their crypt only have [[OhCrap one head?]]]]

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** The story also serves as a bit of foreshadowing. [[spoiler:If the people on that planet had two heads, then why do all the statues in their crypt only have [[OhCrap one head?]]]]head]]?]]
30th Jun '16 9:54:15 PM 20person
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** The story also serves as a bit of foreshadowing. [[spoiler:If the people on that planet had two heads, then why do all the statues in their crypt have only [[OhCrap ''one'' head?]]]]

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** The story also serves as a bit of foreshadowing. [[spoiler:If the people on that planet had two heads, then why do all the statues in their crypt only have only [[OhCrap ''one'' one head?]]]]
30th Jun '16 9:51:26 PM 20person
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'''Amy Pond:''' Church had a point, if you think about it. The divorces must have been ''messy''.

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'''Amy Pond:''' Church had a point, if you think about it. The divorces must have been ''messy''.''messy''
** The story also serves as a bit of foreshadowing. [[spoiler:If the people on that planet had two heads, then why do all the statues in their crypt have only [[OhCrap ''one'' head?]]]]
24th Jun '16 8:08:49 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/DungeonsAndDragons'', Presto had to deal with a three-headed ogre who was hustling money with a ShellGame (using skulls and a marble). The Trope is subverted; not only did they cooperate, they did so ''very'' well.
12th Jun '16 8:59:26 PM merotoker
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* The giant Judge Baskerville in ''Manga/OnePiece'' resembles the knight from ''Holy Grail'' and has one head that believes in punishment, one head that believes in mercy, and the center head which declares itself the most reasonable, but is really AxeCrazy. Subverted when it's revealed to be [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110514185624/onepiece/images/7/7e/3_Stooges.png three different people with very odd physiques sharing a shirt.]]

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* The giant Judge Baskerville in ''Manga/OnePiece'' resembles the knight from ''Holy Grail'' and has one head that believes in punishment, one head that believes in mercy, and the center head which declares itself the most reasonable, but is really AxeCrazy.AxCrazy. Subverted when it's revealed to be [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110514185624/onepiece/images/7/7e/3_Stooges.png three different people with very odd physiques sharing a shirt.]]



* ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'':

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* ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'':''Franchise/GreenLantern'':



* ''[[FanFic/RealityChecksNyxverse Nyx's Family]]'': [[spoiler:Garble, after eating way too many Fire Opals, grows huge and sprouts two extra heads, both of which have their own minds. Some time after the battle is over, it's revealed that dragons are not meant to have multiple heads, so his own physiology and self-healing properties will cause him to gradually split into three dragons, a slow, laborious and incredibly painful process that will take at least a year or longer to complete. Garble isn't very happy about this.]]

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* ''[[FanFic/RealityChecksNyxverse Nyx's Family]]'': [[spoiler:Garble, after eating way too many Fire Opals, grows huge and sprouts two extra heads, both of which have their own minds. Some time after the battle is over, it's revealed that dragons are not meant to have multiple heads, so his own physiology and self-healing properties will cause him to gradually split into three dragons, a slow, laborious and incredibly painful process that will take at least a year or longer to complete. Garble isn't very happy about this.]]this]].



* If you watch carefully Fluffy the three-headed dog from ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'' you can see that one head is paranoiacally alert, one is lazy smart-aleck, and the third is a {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.

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* If you watch carefully Fluffy the three-headed dog from ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'' carefully you can see that one head is paranoiacally alert, one is lazy smart-aleck, and the third is a {{Cloudcuckoolander}}.



--->Narrator: "Two heads [[{{beat}} ...]] ''Two heads?!''"

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--->Narrator: -->'''Narrator''': "Two heads [[{{beat}} ...]] ''Two heads?!''"



* The chimera Trigak from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''. It had a dragon's head, a lion's head and a goat's head, each of which could talk; whether they had different personalities is unknown, [[spoiler:since Belkar killed it shortly after it appeared.]]

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* The chimera Trigak from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''. It had a dragon's head, a lion's head and a goat's head, each of which could talk; whether they had different personalities is unknown, [[spoiler:since Belkar killed it shortly after it appeared.]]appeared]].



** Another humorous example would be an extra from ''Franchise/TransformersGeneration1'', season 3. One of the patients on the therapy planet Torkulon has three heads... who keeps saying "I have no head... I have no head... I have no head..." Definitely [[IncrediblyLamePun a head-case]].

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** Another humorous example would be an extra from ''Franchise/TransformersGeneration1'', season 3. One of the patients on the therapy planet Torkulon has three heads... who keeps saying "I have no head... I have no head... I have no head..." Definitely [[IncrediblyLamePun [[{{Pun}} a head-case]].



* Agatha and Emily, the two-headed vulture from the WesternAnimation/BugsBunny cartoon ''Transylvania 6-500''. She gets along quite well with herself. Also [[spoiler:Count Blood Count, after Bugs transforms him into a male two-headed vulture. Agatha and Emily are delighted and chase him off into the night.]]
* Red Mantle and Dragoon from ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''. A recently-joined pair (forced when Dragoon was dying after a tussle with [[TouchOfDeath Phantom Limb]]) who argue constantly over which of them is actually in charge. Thus far, Dragoon has taken over the left side.

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* Agatha and Emily, the two-headed vulture from the WesternAnimation/BugsBunny cartoon ''Transylvania 6-500''. She gets along quite well with herself. Also [[spoiler:Count Blood Count, after Bugs transforms him into a male two-headed vulture. Agatha and Emily are delighted and chase him off into the night.]]
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* Red Mantle and Dragoon from ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''. ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' A recently-joined pair (forced when Dragoon was dying after a tussle with [[TouchOfDeath Phantom Limb]]) who argue constantly over which of them is actually in charge. Thus far, Dragoon has taken over the left side.



'''Sad!Tom:''' But there was a plane crash.

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'''Sad!Tom:''' But there There was a plane crash.



* One episode of 'WesternAnimation/{{Stripperella}}'' featured squabbling conjoined twin brothers, who shared a single body and each controlled one arm and leg, essentially a two-headed man. The two of them had wildly different personalities (a laid back American and an uptight Brit), and almost nobody,including the brothers themselves seemed to be even aware that they shared a body; for instance, one woman claimed to have dated one head for months without meeting the other, and one head claimed to be two years younger than the other.

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* One episode of 'WesternAnimation/{{Stripperella}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Stripperella}}'' featured squabbling conjoined twin brothers, who shared a single body and each controlled one arm and leg, essentially a two-headed man. The two of them had wildly different personalities (a laid back American and an uptight Brit), and almost nobody,including nobody, including the brothers themselves seemed to be even aware that they shared a body; for instance, one woman claimed to have dated one head for months without meeting the other, and one head claimed to be two years younger than the other.
2nd Jun '16 4:35:10 AM RobTan
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* One episode of 'WesternAnimation/{{Stripperella}}'' featured squabbling conjoined twin brothers, who shared a single body and each controlled one arm and leg, essentially a two-headed man. The two of them had wildly different personalities (a laid back American and an uptight Brit), and almost nobody,including the brothers themselves seemed to be even aware that they shared a body; for instance, one woman claimed to have dated one head for months without meeting the other, and one head claimed to be two years younger than the other.
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