History Main / NotSoInnocentWhistle

6th Apr '16 11:25:40 PM JMQwilleran
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* In Chapter 4 of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel'', when everyone receives their field study assignments, Rean sees that he's been assigned to a group with Laura and Fie, who are currently conflicting, and suggests to Instructor Sara that he's being used again. Sara's only response is this.

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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel''
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Chapter 4 of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel'', 4, when everyone receives their field study assignments, Rean sees that he's been assigned to a group with Laura and Fie, who are currently conflicting, and suggests to Instructor Sara that he's being used again. Sara's only response is this.


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**As Class VII is discussing what everyone is doing for the school festival, Jusis says that the horse-riding club is planning an event and although there's supposed to be no gambling, he's sure their "senior colleague" will find a way. At this, Crow gives one of these, and the text actually reads "*innocent whistle*."
30th Mar '16 8:46:37 PM JMQwilleran
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* In Chapter 4 of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel'', when everyone receives their field study assignments, Rean sees that he's been assigned to a group with Laura and Fie, who are currently conflicting, and suggests to Instructor Sara that he's being used again. Sara's only response is this.
-->'''Rean''': ...That innocent whistling isn't fooling anyone.
13th Mar '16 4:07:59 PM eroock
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->''You're a secret agent man\\

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->''You're ->''"You're a secret agent man\\



Normal... L-Y!''

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Normal... L-Y!''L-Y!"''
27th Feb '16 6:17:02 AM Vicky125
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* ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'':
** When Rico blew up one of dr. Blowhole's gadgets, he walked away whistling.
23rd Feb '16 9:33:15 PM Kartoonkid95
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* In ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', six of the dwarfs whistle innocently while they surround Grumpy before they ambush and drag him into the washtub.
6th Jan '16 7:27:11 AM StFan
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* In ''Film/AntMan'', this is invoked by Luis, who asks if he can whistle when he has to infiltrate Pym Technologies as a security guard. Despite being told not to, he does it anyway. [[spoiler: It ends up not mattering in the slightest]].

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* In ''Film/AntMan'', this is invoked by Luis, who asks if he can whistle when he has to infiltrate Pym Technologies as a security guard. Despite being told not to, he does it anyway. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It ends up not mattering in the slightest]].



* Happens in a clip on ''Series/TheSmokingGunPresentsWorldsDumbest'' after a stunt gone wrong, and is, naturally, {{Lampshaded}} by one of the commentators.

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* Happens in a clip on ''Series/TheSmokingGunPresentsWorldsDumbest'' ''Series/WorldsDumbest'' after a stunt gone wrong, and is, naturally, {{Lampshaded}} by one of the commentators.
10th Dec '15 7:01:27 AM StFan
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->You're a secret agent man\\

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->You're ->''You're a secret agent man\\



Normal... L-Y!
-->'''-Music/TomLehrer''', "[[Series/TheElectricCompany L-Y]]"


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Normal... L-Y!
-->'''-Music/TomLehrer''',
L-Y!''
-->-- '''Music/TomLehrer''',
"[[Series/TheElectricCompany L-Y]]"







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* Sometimes used by [[OnePiece Luffy]] who has this and a not-so-innocent ''face'' due to his cannot tell a lie nature.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'': Sometimes used by [[OnePiece Luffy]] Luffy who has this and a not-so-innocent ''face'' due to his cannot tell a lie cannot-tell-a-lie nature.



* In ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'', Obelix once did it to fool a Roman legionary. That guy wasn't fooled, but told Obelix everything he needed to know. Obelix still didn't get it.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'', Obelix once did does it to fool a Roman legionary. That guy wasn't isn't fooled, but told tells Obelix everything he needed needs to know. Obelix still didn't doesn't get it.



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* In ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun'', the chickens are caught in the middle of planning their escape. After a {{Beat}} or two of silence, every single chicken starts whistling (in ''unison'') and looking innocent, with their hands behind their backs. They get away with it because Mr. Tweedy [[WeirdnessCensor convinces himself that it's all in his head]]--chickens, after all, do not plot.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun'', a ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' comic:
-->'''Jon:''' Garfield, would you happen to know what happened to
the chickens are caught in lasagna I fixed for dinner?\\
'''Garfield:''' (''whistles innocently'')\\
'''Jon:''' I didn't know you could whistle.\\
'''Garfield:''' I'd tapdance too if it would change
the middle subject.
* A run
of planning their escape. After ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' comics had Charlie Brown's baseball team actually win a {{Beat}} or two of silence, every single chicken starts whistling (in ''unison'') and looking innocent, game, only to have the victory taken away due to a gambling scandal (Rerun van Pelt bet a nickel the team would win). The story ended with their hands behind their backs. They get away with it because Mr. Tweedy [[WeirdnessCensor convinces Charlie Brown saying the only thing he didn't understand was who had bet ''against'' the team, and Snoopy whistling.
* ComicStrip/{{Lio}} gave
himself that it's all in away to his head]]--chickens, dad after all, do not plot.[[http://www.gocomics.com/lio/2012/01/22 creating inclement weather to cancel school]].



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* In ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun'', the chickens are caught in the middle of planning their escape. After a {{Beat}} or two of silence, every single chicken starts whistling (in ''unison'') and looking innocent, with their hands behind their backs. They get away with it because Mr. Tweedy [[WeirdnessCensor convinces himself that it's all in his head]]--chickens, after all, do not plot.
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* In a ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' comic:
-->'''Jon:''' Garfield, would you happen to know what happened to the lasagna I fixed for dinner?
-->'''Garfield:''' ''(whistles innocently)''
-->'''Jon:''' I didn't know you could whistle.
-->'''Garfield:''' I'd tapdance too if it would change the subject.
* A run of ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' comics had Charlie Brown's baseball team actually win a game, only to have the victory taken away due to a gambling scandal (Rerun van Pelt bet a nickel the team would win). The story ended with Charlie Brown saying the only thing he didn't understand was who had bet ''against'' the team, and Snoopy whistling.
* {{Lio}} gave himself away to his dad after [[http://www.gocomics.com/lio/2012/01/22 creating inclement weather to cancel school]].
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* In ''Super StreetFighter IV'', one of [[TragicHero Cody]]'s winning poses has him looking around, the whistling and walking his way out of the scene. [[Funny/StreetFighterIV It's hilarious.]]

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* In ''Super StreetFighter VideoGame/StreetFighter IV'', one of [[TragicHero Cody]]'s winning poses has him looking around, the whistling and walking his way out of the scene. [[Funny/StreetFighterIV It's hilarious.]]



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-->'''Donut:''' ...and I got [[spoiler: shot!]]
-->'''Wash:''' (whistles nonchalantly)

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-->'''Donut:''' ...and I got [[spoiler: shot!]]
-->'''Wash:''' (whistles nonchalantly)
[[spoiler:shot!]]\\
'''Wash:''' [whistles nonchalantly]



* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
-->''*Leela has murdered the Professor*''
-->'''Leela:''' ''(talking to herself)'' OK, just stay calm and try to act nonchalant.
-->''(Leela whistles innocently)''
-->'''Zoidberg:''' Alright, so you're nonchalant. Quit rubbing our noses in it!

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* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
-->''*Leela ** Parodied when Leela has murdered the Professor*''
-->'''Leela:''' ''(talking
Professor:
--->'''Leela:''' (''talking
to herself)'' herself'') OK, just stay calm and try to act nonchalant.
-->''(Leela
nonchalant.\\
(''Leela
whistles innocently)''
-->'''Zoidberg:'''
innocently'')\\
'''Zoidberg:'''
Alright, so you're nonchalant. Quit rubbing our noses in it!



* In a ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' episode, Mama Cosma manipulates a game show that will decide whether or not Cosmo will get to stay home with Timmy or not. Ultimately, only one person votes for Cosmo to "go home with his mama":
--> '''Timmy:''' I can't believe after all those tear-jerking heart-wrenching moments you still voted to take Cosmo away!
--> '''Mama Cosma:''' Actually, after seeing how Cosmo tortured Wanda I actually voted to let him stay with you.
--> '''Timmy:''' Then who was the person who voted Cosmo home?
--> '''Wanda:''' ''(whistling)'' ...What? I didn't do it! I'm just practicing my whistling!
** [[spoiler:She didn't. It was Cosmo; he thought the button to vote him home would ''send'' him home to Earth.]]

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* In a ''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents'' episode, Mama Cosma manipulates a game show that will decide whether or not Cosmo will get to stay home with Timmy or not. Ultimately, only one person votes for Cosmo to "go home with his mama":
--> '''Timmy:''' I can't believe after all those tear-jerking heart-wrenching moments you still voted to take Cosmo away!
--> '''Mama Cosma:''' Actually, after seeing how Cosmo tortured Wanda I actually voted to let him stay with you.
--> '''Timmy:''' Then who was the person who voted Cosmo home?
--> '''Wanda:''' ''(whistling)'' ...What? I didn't do it! I'm just practicing my whistling!
** [[spoiler:She
mama". [[spoiler:Wanda didn't. It was Cosmo; he thought the button to vote him home would ''send'' him home to Earth.]]]]
-->'''Timmy:''' I can't believe after all those tear-jerking heart-wrenching moments you still voted to take Cosmo away!\\
'''Mama Cosma:''' Actually, after seeing how Cosmo tortured Wanda I actually voted to let him stay with you.\\
'''Timmy:''' Then who was the person who voted Cosmo home?\\
'''Wanda:''' (''whistling'') ...What? I didn't do it! I'm just practicing my whistling!



* [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer]] also does in the episode "Summer of 4 ft. 2," when he, in an attempt to light a certain illegal firecracker with the stove, accidentally burned off a significant amount of the fuse, before shoving it in the sink (He was going to shove it in the refrigerator, but he stopped when he realized the beer was also in there). As a result of the obvious damage from the explosion, sewage was also coming up and overflowing the sink and onto the floor, to which Homer then walked away from the sewage with his hands behind his back, whistling. Marge is then seen cleaning up the mess in the background while Bart is complaining about Lisa's popularity.

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* [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer]] ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Homer also does in the episode "Summer of 4 ft. 2," when he, in an attempt to light a certain illegal firecracker with the stove, accidentally burned off a significant amount of the fuse, before shoving it in the sink (He was going to shove it in the refrigerator, but he stopped when he realized the beer was also in there). As a result of the obvious damage from the explosion, sewage was also coming up and overflowing the sink and onto the floor, to which Homer then walked away from the sewage with his hands behind his back, whistling. Marge is then seen cleaning up the mess in the background while Bart is complaining about Lisa's popularity.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "Apple Family Reunion", Big Mac steals an apple fritter when thinks no one is looking. When Applejack finds out, he whistles nonchalantly, though Applejack obviously knows he did it.
** Rainbow Dash gets an earlier one when helping Applejack fill several buckets with water from a raincloud. After finishing, said raincloud zaps Applejack with Rainbow turning away and demonstrating her whistling skills.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
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In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "Apple Family Reunion", Big Mac steals an apple fritter when thinks no one no-one is looking. When Applejack finds out, he whistles nonchalantly, though Applejack obviously knows he did it.
** Rainbow Dash gets an earlier one when helping Applejack fill several buckets with water from a raincloud. rain cloud. After finishing, said raincloud rain cloud zaps Applejack with Rainbow turning away and demonstrating her whistling skills.
19th Nov '15 2:25:23 AM GrammarNavi
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* In ''Film/AntMan'', this is invoked by Luis, who asks if he can whistle when he has to infiltrate Pym Technologies as a security guard. Despite being told not to, he does it anyway. [[spoiler: It ends up not mattering in the slightest]].
8th Nov '15 10:58:38 AM nombretomado
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* Wash pulls this in season 10 of {{Red vs Blue}}.

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* Wash pulls this in season 10 of {{Red vs Blue}}.''Machinima/RedVsBlue''.
17th Oct '15 4:26:43 PM nombretomado
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* In ''PoliceSquad'', a thug disguises himself as "press" to bring a large number of weapons into a victim's room and kill him. The guard doesn't notice. Whistling "Whistle While You Work" on the way out probably helped.
* Series/{{Supernatural}}- Benny whistles "In the Hall of the Mountain King" when he fights in Purgatory.
* Series/{{Breaking Bad}} - Jesse is distraught over [[spoiler:a TV news broadcast about the disappearance of Drew Sharp, the boy that Todd killed. Walt tells him that he feels guilt about the incident as well, but after the conversation is over, he starts to whistle lightheartedly, implying that he doesn't feel any remorse over the murder.]]

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* In ''PoliceSquad'', ''Series/PoliceSquad'', a thug disguises himself as "press" to bring a large number of weapons into a victim's room and kill him. The guard doesn't notice. Whistling "Whistle While You Work" on the way out probably helped.
* Series/{{Supernatural}}- ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' - Benny whistles "In the Hall of the Mountain King" when he fights in Purgatory.
* Series/{{Breaking Bad}} ''Series/{{Breaking Bad}}'' - Jesse is distraught over [[spoiler:a TV news broadcast about the disappearance of Drew Sharp, the boy that Todd killed. Walt tells him that he feels guilt about the incident as well, but after the conversation is over, he starts to whistle lightheartedly, implying that he doesn't feel any remorse over the murder.]]
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