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17th Jun '16 7:55:24 PM nombretomado
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* ''ThatMitchellAndWebbSound'' has a sketch involving a condition where a character makes a random sound instead of the key word in a sentence - making it very difficult to get their point across. Everyone in the sketch had it.

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* ''ThatMitchellAndWebbSound'' ''Radio/ThatMitchellAndWebbSound'' has a sketch involving a condition where a character makes a random sound instead of the key word in a sentence - making it very difficult to get their point across. Everyone in the sketch had it.
4th May '16 11:48:11 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'': After the first murders in Ep 1, Maria says that the murderer isn't human and that the people killed was just XXX chosen by the XXX. Unusually, it's just the readers who doesn't find out exactly what she said and while Battler heard her it was just so distanced from what had happened that he couldn't connect it. He finally understands what she said once he reads the Epitaph in Kinzo's study and the line [[spoiler: ''On the first twilight, offer as sacrifice the six chosen by the key'']]

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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'': ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'': After the first murders in Ep 1, Maria says that the murderer isn't human and that the people killed was just XXX chosen by the XXX. Unusually, it's just the readers who doesn't find out exactly what she said and while Battler heard her it was just so distanced from what had happened that he couldn't connect it. He finally understands what she said once he reads the Epitaph in Kinzo's study and the line [[spoiler: ''On the first twilight, offer as sacrifice the six chosen by the key'']]
2nd Apr '16 11:34:19 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Eastenders}}'' had a scene where Jack Dalton told Dennis Rickman the truth about what really happened to his father Den Watts. Predictably it was drowned out by the noise of a passing train. It wasn't until several weeks later that viewers learned that Dalton told Dennis that Den was alive.

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* ''{{Eastenders}}'' ''Series/EastEnders'' had a scene where Jack Dalton told Dennis Rickman the truth about what really happened to his father Den Watts. Predictably it was drowned out by the noise of a passing train. It wasn't until several weeks later that viewers learned that Dalton told Dennis that Den was alive.
14th Mar '16 1:29:37 PM catmuto
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* In ''Manga/VideoGirlAi'', Yota is searching through his memories and recalls his last conversation with Moemi. [[spoiler: Due to the drug Ai gave him, Yota cannot remember her at all and]] Moemi's line is left partially obscured with her words being "Please take care of..."
22nd Feb '16 10:46:37 AM NotThisThing
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* During the reading of the will in ''Literature/TheWestingGame'', the attorney reads, "the one who gets the windfall will be the one who finds the fourth..." only to be interrupted by another character making a nervous joke. The attorney goes on to read the fourth point, and the will is neither repeated nor available for reading. [[spoiler: Nothing, however, was actually read during the outburst, which was staged in order to distract the characters (and readers) from the fact that the "fourth" is exactly what the heir is supposed to find.]]

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* During the reading of the will in ''Literature/TheWestingGame'', the attorney reads, "the one who gets the windfall will be the one who finds the fourth...the..." only to be interrupted by another character making a nervous joke. The attorney goes on to read the fourth point, and the will is neither repeated nor available for reading. [[spoiler: Nothing, however, was actually read during the outburst, which was staged in order to distract the characters (and readers) from the fact that the "fourth" is exactly what the heir is supposed to find.]]
20th Feb '16 8:35:16 PM Landis
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* During the reading of the will in ''Literature/TheWestingGame'', the attorney reads, "the one who gets the windfall will be the one who finds the.." only to be interrupted by another character making a nervous joke. The attorney goes on to read the fourth point, and the will is neither repeated nor available for reading. [[spoiler: Nothing, however, was actually read during the outburst, which was staged in order to distract the characters (and readers) from the fact that the "fourth" is exactly what the heir is supposed to find.]]

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* During the reading of the will in ''Literature/TheWestingGame'', the attorney reads, "the one who gets the windfall will be the one who finds the..the fourth..." only to be interrupted by another character making a nervous joke. The attorney goes on to read the fourth point, and the will is neither repeated nor available for reading. [[spoiler: Nothing, however, was actually read during the outburst, which was staged in order to distract the characters (and readers) from the fact that the "fourth" is exactly what the heir is supposed to find.]]
21st Jan '16 9:15:17 AM StarryEyed
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* During the reading of the will in ''Literature/TheWestingGame'', the attorney reads, "the one who gets the windfall will be the one who finds the.." only to be interrupted by another character making a nervous joke. The attorney goes on to read the fourth point, and the will is neither repeated nor available for reading. [[spoiler: Nothing, however, was actually read during the outburst, which was staged in order to distract the characters (and readers) from the fact that the "fourth" is exactly what the heir is supposed to find.]]
7th Nov '15 12:48:33 AM TitoMosquito
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* Also done for laughs in ''WesternAnimation/{{The Fairly OddParents}}'': when Timmy goes back in time and meets his parents as children, when Mr. Turner says his name a car passes and doesn't let the viewer hear it. The same happens when Mr. Turner says his future wife, then crush's name.
** This was also done as the plot of a whole episode. Timmy gets fed up with noise constantly interrupting him, so he wishes for a world completely without sound. As per usual, this bites him in the ass when he finds out a meteor is headed straight for Earth and he can't wish it away due to not being able to speak, so he must unwish the no sound wish through [[ChekhovsSkill charades.]]

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* Also done for laughs in ''WesternAnimation/{{The Fairly OddParents}}'': when Timmy goes back in time and meets his parents as children, when Mr. Turner says his name a car passes and doesn't let the viewer hear it. The same happens when Mr. Turner says his future wife, then crush's name, and also mentioned it as the most beautiful name.
** This was also done as the plot of a whole episode. Timmy gets fed up with noise constantly interrupting him, so he wishes for a world completely without sound. As per usual, this bites him in the ass when he finds out a meteor is headed straight for Earth and he can't wish it away due to not being able to speak, so he must unwish the no sound wish through [[ChekhovsSkill charades.]]charades]].
2nd Nov '15 1:58:46 PM FF32
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* In ''Film/TheLadyVanishes'', Ms. Froy tries to introduce herself to the heroine but loud train noises cancel out what she is saying. This prompts Ms. Froy to write her name on the window, which turns into a ChekovsGun later when the heroine sees the writing again, proving to herself that she was not imagining their encounter.

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* In ''Film/TheLadyVanishes'', Ms. Froy tries to introduce herself to the heroine but loud train noises cancel out what she is saying. This prompts Ms. Froy to write her name on the window, which turns into a ChekovsGun ChekhovsGun later when the heroine sees the writing again, proving to herself that she was not imagining their encounter.
25th Aug '15 2:09:50 PM Willbyr
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* The first scene of ''GhostInTheShell'': Motoko Kusanagi is spying on a meeting between a foreign diplomat and a computer programmer, discussing a 'Project 2501' that is behaving strangely. The programmer says that the project was originally intended to -- but Batou calls Motoko mid-sentence. [[spoiler: Project 2501 is 'the Puppetmaster', a sentient entity created by a confluence of digital information struggling to escape that Section 9 mistakes for a human super-hacker and pursues throughout the film.]] Motoko wasn't observing the meeting to gather information - she was just there to [[spoiler: assassinate the diplomat.]]

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* The first scene of ''GhostInTheShell'': ''Anime/GhostInTheShell'': Motoko Kusanagi is spying on a meeting between a foreign diplomat and a computer programmer, discussing a 'Project 2501' that is behaving strangely. The programmer says that the project was originally intended to -- but Batou calls Motoko mid-sentence. [[spoiler: Project 2501 is 'the Puppetmaster', a sentient entity created by a confluence of digital information struggling to escape that Section 9 mistakes for a human super-hacker and pursues throughout the film.]] Motoko wasn't observing the meeting to gather information - she was just there to [[spoiler: assassinate the diplomat.]]
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