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4th Mar '16 7:55:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''{{Series/Merlin}}'' episode "The Witchfinder" one of the witnesses [[spoiler: the Witchfinder drugs to make hallucinate]] claims to have seen a sorcerer cough up a toad. Later on, [[spoiler: Merlin makes the Witchfinder cough up a toad.]]

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* In the ''{{Series/Merlin}}'' ''Series/{{Merlin 2008}}'' episode "The Witchfinder" one of the witnesses [[spoiler: the Witchfinder drugs to make hallucinate]] claims to have seen a sorcerer cough up a toad. Later on, [[spoiler: Merlin makes the Witchfinder cough up a toad.]]



* One of the escaped souls in ''{{Reaper}}'' could do this. While the soul could and did turn entirely into insects, one of the times was prefaced by the soul releasing a swarm of insects from a SkywardScream.

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* One of the escaped souls in ''{{Reaper}}'' ''Series/{{Reaper}}'' could do this. While the soul could and did turn entirely into insects, one of the times was prefaced by the soul releasing a swarm of insects from a SkywardScream.
25th Aug '15 10:09:52 AM TheKaizerreich
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* Namekians in ''Manga/DragonBall'' are a OneGenderRace of LittleGreenMen (though as adults they tend to be quite tall and don't fly ufos) that give birth to their kin by putting out eggs '''through the mouth'''. It tends to be quite {{Squick}}y to look at.

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* Namekians in ''Manga/DragonBall'' are a OneGenderRace of LittleGreenMen (though as adults they tend to be quite tall and don't fly ufos) that give birth to their kin by putting out eggs '''through the mouth'''. It tends to be quite {{Squick}}y to look at.at, especially since they visibly struggle with it. It's even possible (though not seen) that they can choke to death from it.
25th Aug '15 10:02:22 AM TheKaizerreich
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* Namekians in ''Manga/DragonBall'' are a OneGenderRace of LittleGreenMen (though as adults they tend to be quite tall and don't fly ufos) that give birth to their kin by putting out eggs '''through the mouth'''. It tends to be quite {{Squick}}y to look at.
11th Jul '15 12:55:02 AM DragonQuestZ
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* In the second segment in ''Film/TalesFromTheDarksideTheMovie'', a cat kills a hitman (sent to kill that very cat) by leaping into his mouth, chocking the hitman, and then entering the body entirely. In the Creator/StephenKing story it was based on, the cat burrows out of the stomach, but in the movie, the cat leaves the way he came in, just to show its power to its real intended victim (who witnessed the cat leaving the mouth, and then has a heart attack).

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* In the second segment in ''Film/TalesFromTheDarksideTheMovie'', a cat kills a hitman (sent to kill that very cat) by leaping into his mouth, chocking the hitman, and then entering the body entirely. mouth. In the Creator/StephenKing story it was based on, the cat burrows out of the stomach, but in the movie, the cat leaves crawls out of the way he came in, guy's mouth, just to show its power to after its real intended victim (who witnessed the cat leaving the mouth, and comes home to witness this (and then has a heart attack).
9th Jul '15 9:48:05 PM Llygodenfawr
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A variation of BodyHorror, where a creature is inside someone else, and then leave through an established opening of the body (as in naturally, not a cut or piercing), even if it's not really an opening (like the navel). It could be the mouth, the nostrils, the ear, or through orifices below the belt. Pores could even count. The point is that the orifice is pretty much intact when the creature leaves.

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A variation of BodyHorror, where a creature is inside someone else, and then leave leaves through an established opening of the body (as in naturally, not a cut or piercing), even if it's not really an opening (like the navel). It could be the mouth, the nostrils, the ear, or through orifices below the belt. Pores could even count. The point is that the orifice is pretty much intact when the creature leaves.
13th Jun '15 12:27:46 PM intastiel
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* A 2E ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' spell called ''Vipergout'' let its casters do this to themselves ''on purpose'' as a weapon.
** Retooled for Third Edition and presented in the Spell Compendium.

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* A 2E The ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' spell called ''Vipergout'' let lets its casters do this to themselves ''on purpose'' as a weapon.
** Retooled for Third Edition and presented in the Spell Compendium.
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17th Apr '15 10:11:51 PM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-695 SCP-695 ("Eels")]]. After SCP-695 eggs have grown to juvenile size inside a female human host, they may escape by exiting through her vagina, anus or mouth.
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17th Apr '15 8:52:23 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''{{CSI}}'' had a rat leave a body through the mouth. This was the ColdOpen, so it inspired a QuipToBlack by Grissom.

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* An episode of ''{{CSI}}'' ''Series/{{CSI}}'' had a rat leave a body through the mouth. This was the ColdOpen, so it inspired a QuipToBlack by Grissom.



** ''{{Bones}}'' did the same thing with a crab, and averted it with a boa constrictor (which exited via a corpse's torn-open gut instead).

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** ''{{Bones}}'' ''Series/{{Bones}}'' did the same thing with a crab, and averted it with a boa constrictor (which exited via a corpse's torn-open gut instead).
13th Apr '15 4:51:38 AM DragonQuestZ
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** Sometimes the Plagas will also emerge from a victim's neck cavity once you've blown their head off. Arguably doesn't count, since the parasite basically acts as a replacement head.
16th Mar '15 5:03:30 AM jormis29
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* In ''{{Primeval}}'', the parasites crawl out of the mouths of their victims' corpses.
* In ''{{Fringe}}'', a drink is spiked with a genetically altered cold virus that expands into a giant slug (about the size of a rabbit) within the victim's body before exiting via the throat, choking the victim in the process.

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* In ''{{Primeval}}'', ''{{Series/Primeval}}'', the parasites crawl out of the mouths of their victims' corpses.
* In ''{{Fringe}}'', the "[[Recap/FringeS01E11Bound Bound]]" episode of ''{{Series/Fringe}}'', a drink is spiked with a genetically altered [[MegaMicrobes cold virus that expands into a giant slug slug]] (about the size of a rabbit) within the victim's body before exiting via the throat, choking the victim in the process.
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