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9th Dec '16 8:40:59 PM iroanxi
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* ''FanFic/ThisBites'': Averted with [=MI5=] member Lieutenant Commander Drake and X. Drake the Supernova.
** Also Leo (or Leonardo) of the TDWS and Leo the Tontatta from the Dressrosa Saga.
4th Dec '16 7:24:08 PM N1KF
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** There are also three Herod mentioned in the New Testament, one is Herod The Great, the one notorious for being the [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] of NiceJobBreakingItHerod, the other one is Herod Agrippa, the aforementioned Herod's grandson, who was struck down for invoking the AGodAmI trope. And the third one is Herod Antipas, who was responsible for [[HeroKiller executing John The Baptist]].
* ''Literature/TheQuran'' and its associated ''hadith'':

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** There are also three Herod mentioned in the New Testament, one is Herod The Great, the one notorious for being the [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] {{Trope Namer|s}} of NiceJobBreakingItHerod, the other one is Herod Agrippa, the aforementioned Herod's grandson, who was struck down for invoking the AGodAmI trope. And the third one is Herod Antipas, who was responsible for [[HeroKiller executing John The Baptist]].
* ''Literature/TheQuran'' Literature/TheQuran and its associated ''hadith'':
26th Nov '16 2:28:36 PM LB7979
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* Black Doug and White Doug in ''Film/TheHangover''.

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* [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] in ''Film/TheHangover'': Black Doug and White Doug in ''Film/TheHangover''.Doug. The fact that the main characters are looking for the latter, but other characters assume they're refering to the former, whom they lead them to instead, takes up a big part of the plot.
26th Nov '16 5:46:11 AM Mhazard
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** There are also three Herod mentioned in the New Testament, one is Herod The Great, the one notorious for being the [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] of NiceJobBreakingItHerod, the other one is Herod Agrippa, the aforementioned Herod's grandson, who was struck down for invoking the AGodAmI trope. And the third one is Herod Antipas, who was responsible for [[[HeroKiller executing John The Baptist]].

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** There are also three Herod mentioned in the New Testament, one is Herod The Great, the one notorious for being the [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] of NiceJobBreakingItHerod, the other one is Herod Agrippa, the aforementioned Herod's grandson, who was struck down for invoking the AGodAmI trope. And the third one is Herod Antipas, who was responsible for [[[HeroKiller [[HeroKiller executing John The Baptist]].
25th Nov '16 3:13:37 AM Mhazard
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** There are also three Herod mentioned in the New Testament, one is Herod The Great, the one notorious for being the [[TropeNamers Trope Namer]] of NiceJobBreakingItHerod, the other one is Herod Agrippa, the aforementioned Herod's grandson, who was struck down for invoking the AGodAmI trope. And the third one is Herod Antipas, who was responsible for [[[HeroKiller executing John The Baptist]].
14th Nov '16 1:40:28 PM snichols1973
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*** Near the end of the episode, when Sgt. Skinner is sent out of town, this becomes an EnforcedTrope:
-->'''Principal Sklnner''': Well, this is a lovely gesture, but we all have to face the fact that I'm not really Seymour Skinner.
-->'''Homer''': Oh no we don't. Judge Snyder?
-->'''Judge Snyder''': By authority of the City of Springfield, I hereby confer upon you the name of Seymour Skinner, as well as his past, present, future, and mother.
-->'''Skinner''': Okay.
-->'''Judge Snyder''': And I further decree that [[StatusQuoIsGod everything will be just like it was before all this happened]], and no one will ever mention it again... (DramaticPause) ...under penalty of torture!
14th Nov '16 1:26:10 PM Nazetrime
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** The author ended up naming both Reynir's prologue great-grandfather and father Árni so his name would have a familiar ring to readers not familiar with Icelandic NamingConventions, which have somewhat of an IAmXSonOfY structure.

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** The author ended up naming both Reynir's prologue great-grandfather and his father Árni so his name would have a familiar ring to readers not familiar with the Icelandic NamingConventions, which have somewhat of an IAmXSonOfY structure.UsefulNote/{{Patronymic}} system.
14th Nov '16 9:35:21 AM snichols1973
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** [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] and played with in "The Principal and the Pauper": Just as Springfield is starting to celebrate Skinner's twentieth anniversary as principal, the actual Sgt. Seymour Skinner (voiced by MartinSheen) appears, and the principal confesses that his real name is Armin Tamzarian, and when Sgt. Skinner went MIA, his mother mistook Armin for her real son, but he didn't have the heart to tell her otherwise. Agnes is furious at Sgt. Skinner's backtalk when he comes home drunk late at night, while MommasBoy Armin was too sissified to ever sass Agnes.
13th Nov '16 7:50:01 AM Nazetrime
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* The family tree published after Chapter 12 of ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'' showed a few first names running in families. Three pairs of identically-named characters were relevant to the fandom before that point:
** Sigrun shares the name of her great-grandmother, who is one of the focus characters in the JustBeforeTheEnd prologue.
** The author ended up naming both Reynir's prologue great-grandfather and father Árni so his name would have a familiar ring to readers not familiar with Icelandic NamingConventions, which have somewhat of an IAmXSonOfY structure.
** Before the family tree was made, AllThereInTheManual had already revealed that Mikkel has a twin named Michael, which is also the name of their prologue great-grandfather.
10th Nov '16 11:10:43 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* ''Roleplay/RubyQuest'' [[spoiler:has two characters named Tom. The players more or less ignored the fairly obvious hints for this, resulting in quite a shock for many when it was finally revealed.]]

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* ''Roleplay/RubyQuest'' [[spoiler:has has two Toms- Subjects #5 and #6. Subject #5 is Ruby's companion and {{Deuteragonist}}, while Subject #6 is a side character first mentioned in notes as being extremely violent and dangerous, and who Ruby later meets in Upper Lab B. [[spoiler: The characters named Tom. The having the same name comes in pretty handy for hiding that the players more or less ignored had them both mixed up all along- the fairly obvious hints for this, resulting person in quite a shock for many when it Upper Lab B (Tom Nook) was finally revealed.actually Subject #5. Ruby's companion Tom was Subject #6 all along.]]
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