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7th Mar '16 12:42:19 AM Doug86
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* Posters and the original CD cover of ''AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'' show Pseudolus happily carrying a woman, possibly his love interest Gymnasia, [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/48/Forum_LP_cover.jpg like this]].

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* Posters and the original CD cover of ''AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'' ''Theatre/AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'' show Pseudolus happily carrying a woman, possibly his love interest Gymnasia, [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/48/Forum_LP_cover.jpg like this]].
5th Mar '16 8:58:43 AM Ohio9
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* In episode 7 of ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', Kirito briefly carries Lisbeth this way while the two of them are trying to escape from an ice dragon.
3rd Mar '16 7:55:21 AM Ohio9
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* In ''VideoGame/FarCry4'', this the player uses this method to move dead bodies so enemies can't find them. There is also a campaign mission where you have to capture Paul Harmon by knocking him out and carrying him to a getaway vehicle. There is a long distance to cover to get there any numerous enemies along the way, so this often requires putting him down to go into combat and then picking him up again.

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* In ''VideoGame/FarCry4'', this the player uses this method to move dead bodies so enemies can't find them. There is also a campaign mission where you have to capture Paul Harmon by knocking him out and carrying him to a getaway vehicle. There is a long distance to cover to get there any numerous enemies along the way, so this often requires putting him down to go into combat and then picking him up again.
3rd Mar '16 7:54:50 AM Ohio9
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* In ''VideoGame/FarCry4'', this the player uses this method to move dead bodies so enemies can't find them. There is also a campaign mission where you have to capture Paul Harmon by knocking him out and carrying him to a getaway vehicle. There is a long distance to cover to get there any numerous enemies along the way, so this often requires putting him down to go into combat and then picking him up again.
1st Mar '16 4:55:14 PM PurrElise
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama - The Ridonculous Race'', Mac Arthur frequently carries Sanders using this method. Sanders returns the favor in "Bahamarama" after Mac Arthur gets knocked over by Josee.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama - The Ridonculous Race'', Mac Arthur ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaPresentsTheRidonculousRace'', [=MacArthur=] frequently carries Sanders using this method. Sanders returns the favor in "Bahamarama" after Mac Arthur [=MacArthur=] gets knocked over by Josee.
22nd Jan '16 6:42:21 PM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:350:April has a habit of getting carried away.]]
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20th Jan '16 3:20:52 PM Ohio9
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When this happens in fiction, usually (but not always), it involves an antagonist carrying a DamselInDistress or other captive that he/she has caught or subdued. However, this method is sometimes used as by a hero character as way of rescuing/evacuating an injured or unconcious victim from dangerous areas, since it allows them to be slightly more mobile then they would be using other carry forms like BridalCarry, and it leaves one hand free for doing things like opening doors or wielding a weapon. Compare NeckLift and HoistHeroOverHead, which are other ways a villain shows of their strength by lifting up a victim.

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When this happens in fiction, usually (but not always), it involves an antagonist carrying a DamselInDistress or other captive that he/she has caught or subdued. However, this method is sometimes used as by a hero character as way of rescuing/evacuating an injured or unconcious victim from a dangerous areas, area, since it allows them to be slightly more mobile then they would be using other carry forms like BridalCarry, and it leaves one hand free for doing things like opening doors or wielding a weapon. Compare NeckLift and HoistHeroOverHead, which are other ways a villain shows of their strength by lifting up a victim.
20th Jan '16 3:20:07 PM Ohio9
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When this happens in fiction, usually (but not always), it involves an antagonist carrying a DamselInDistress or other captive that he/she has caught or subdued. However, this method is sometimes used as by a hero character as way of rescuing/evacuating an injured or unconcious victim/companion from dangerous areas, since it allows them to be slightly more mobile then they would be using other carry forms like BridalCarry, and it leaves one hand free for doing things like opening doors or wielding a weapon. Compare NeckLift and HoistHeroOverHead, which are other ways a villain shows of their strength by lifting up a victim.

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When this happens in fiction, usually (but not always), it involves an antagonist carrying a DamselInDistress or other captive that he/she has caught or subdued. However, this method is sometimes used as by a hero character as way of rescuing/evacuating an injured or unconcious victim/companion victim from dangerous areas, since it allows them to be slightly more mobile then they would be using other carry forms like BridalCarry, and it leaves one hand free for doing things like opening doors or wielding a weapon. Compare NeckLift and HoistHeroOverHead, which are other ways a villain shows of their strength by lifting up a victim.
20th Jan '16 5:22:44 AM Ohio9
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* In ''Manga/InuYasha'': Miroku carries an unconscious Sango to safety using this method during his {{Determinator}} moment in Mount Hakurei. Kagome is also carried this way when kidnapped by Kouga, though he uses a somewhat inverted method.

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* In ''Manga/InuYasha'': ''Manga/InuYasha'', Miroku carries an unconscious Sango to safety using this method during his {{Determinator}} moment in Mount Hakurei. Kagome is also carried this way when kidnapped by Kouga, though he uses a somewhat inverted method.
20th Jan '16 5:22:23 AM Ohio9
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* ''VideoGame/DukeNukemForever'' has a "Capture the Babe" mode, in which the player moves said babes around in this manner while fending off opponents. The babe will periodically try to sabotage the player by waving her hand in the player's face; she has to be slapped on the butt to make her stop.

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* ''VideoGame/DukeNukemForever'' has a "Capture the Babe" mode, in which the player moves captures said babes around and takes them to their base in this manner while fending off opponents.opponents. During this time, the player is severely limited in combat, as the only weapon they can use is a tiny Derringer pistol in their free hand. The babe will periodically try to sabotage the player by waving her hand in the player's face; she has to be slapped on the butt to make her stop.
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