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10th Jul '16 12:46:41 AM JackG
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. In "Chain of Command" while being tortured by the Cardassians, Captain Picard has four lights shining in his face the whole time. [[TwoPlusTortureMakesFive Or are there actually five?]]
9th Jul '16 8:41:42 PM JackG
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' shot "Jack-Jack Attack" starts with a black screen with Kari's voice complaining that it's too dark. Suddenly a light gets shone in her eyes by [[MenInBlack Rick Dicker]]. "Wow, and now it's too bright!"

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' shot short "Jack-Jack Attack" starts with a black screen with Kari's voice complaining that it's too dark. Suddenly a light gets shone in her eyes by [[MenInBlack Rick Dicker]]. "Wow, and now it's too bright!"
9th Jul '16 8:41:20 PM JackG
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' shot "Jack-Jack Attack" starts with a black screen with the interogatee complaining that it's too dark, then the light gets shone in her eyes by a ManInBlack. "Now it's too bright!"

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' shot "Jack-Jack Attack" starts with a black screen with the interogatee Kari's voice complaining that it's too dark, then the dark. Suddenly a light gets shone in her eyes by a ManInBlack. "Now [[MenInBlack Rick Dicker]]. "Wow, and now it's too bright!"
9th Jul '16 8:38:48 PM JackG
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' shot "Jack-Jack Attack" starts with a black screen with the interogatee complaining that it's too dark, then the light gets shone in her eyes by a ManInBlack. "Now it's too bright!"
9th Jul '16 2:39:25 AM JackG
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* ''Series/DoctorWho''. In "Inferno", the Doctor travels to an AlternateHistory Britain that's been taken over by a fascist dictatorship. He is captured and interrogated by the Brigade Leader, TheBrigadier's EvilCounterpart. This consists of the Doctor tied to a chair with a light in his face, being shouted at a lot. It works as well as you'd expect, but it's obvious the Brigade Leader isn't very smart.
9th Jul '16 2:35:40 AM JackG
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* ''Series/GetSmart''. In "Survival of the Fattest", Maxwell Smart loses the Arabian prince he was supposed to be watching. Thinking that a crucial detail might be buried in his unconscious mind that would reveal the kidnapper, Max insists on being handed over to CONTROL's Grill Team, used for sweating information out of enemy agents. Cut to Max with a light shining on his face, being slapped around by two CONTROL agents in shirtsleeves.
25th May '16 9:25:19 AM Willbyr
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* ''NininGaShinobuden'' of all series, has one of these when Onsokumaru questions Miyabi about the boy she has a crush on.

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* ''NininGaShinobuden'' ''Manga/NininGaShinobuden'' of all series, has one of these when Onsokumaru questions Miyabi about the boy she has a crush on.
26th Mar '16 11:13:18 AM rjung
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* ''Series/AngieTribeca'' is a cop show spoof, so of course they're going to have some fun with this trope. Tanner barraging a suspect with a hurricane of board game puns (you're looking at Life, you're in a lot of Trouble, you'll be Sorry, etc.) is an excellent example of how this usually goes. In another episode, Angie and Jay also quite literally sweat a perp by turning the interview room into a steam room.

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* ''Series/AngieTribeca'' is a cop show spoof, so of course they're going to have some fun with this trope. Tanner barraging a suspect with [[ProductPlacement a hurricane of board game puns puns]] (you're looking at Life, you're in a lot of Trouble, you'll be Sorry, etc.) is an excellent example of how this usually goes. In another episode, Angie and Jay also quite literally sweat a perp by turning the interview room into a steam room.
26th Mar '16 11:12:01 AM rjung
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* ''Series/AngieTribeca'' is a cop show spoof, so of course they're going to have some fun with this trope. Tanner barraging a suspect with a hurricane of board game puns (you're looking at Life, you're in a lot of Trouble, you'll be Sorry, etc.) is an excellent example of how this usually goes. In another episode, Angie and Jay also quite literally sweat a perp by turning the interview room into a steam room.
22nd Mar '16 8:08:39 PM dmcreif
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* ''Series/BlueBloods'' does a literal example of this in the episode "Immunity". An Argentinian diplomat's son suspected of being a serial rapist targeting college girls, and he is protected by [[DiplomaticImpunity diplomatic immunity]]. He's invited to be questioned at the precinct. Danny deliberately has the A/C unit in the interrogation room shut off, so the guy starts to sweat. Then, after he leaves, the crime scene techs collect the guy's DNA, which is used to nail him (the guy's father is convinced to waive diplomatic immunity, as DNA evidence also proves he's guilty of a similar crime in Argentina, where immunity would not apply and prisons are ''much'' worse).
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