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16th Mar '18 5:42:01 PM LordDynasmon
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* ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' often has it's A and B plots intersect before the end of the episode. Amusingly lampshaded by Captain Hero in one episode.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' often has it's its A and B plots intersect before the end of the episode. Amusingly lampshaded by Captain Hero in one episode.
24th Jun '17 9:37:18 AM nombretomado
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* Robert Van Gulik's [[JudgeDee The Lacquer Screen]] had several separate storylines. [[spoiler: The killer in the A plot was a character in the B plot; the character in the B plot was introduced in the C plot, and the killer in the C plot was from the D plot.]]

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* Robert Van Gulik's [[JudgeDee ''[[Literature/JudgeDee The Lacquer Screen]] Screen]]'' had several separate storylines. [[spoiler: The killer in the A plot was a character in the B plot; the character in the B plot was introduced in the C plot, and the killer in the C plot was from the D plot.]]
18th Oct '16 7:08:43 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Friends}}'' episode "The One With the Videotape": the B plot involves Monica and Chandler being given fake names by a couple they met. To illustrate that people do this, Joey introduces himself as "Ken Adams." The A plot involves a seductive story Rachel tells Ross, unaware Joey already told him the story. When questioned, Rachel sputters that she heard the story from a friend, who heard it from a guy named Ken Adams.

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* ''{{Friends}}'' ''Series/{{Friends}}'' episode "The One With the Videotape": the B plot involves Monica and Chandler being given fake names by a couple they met. To illustrate that people do this, Joey introduces himself as "Ken Adams." The A plot involves a seductive story Rachel tells Ross, unaware Joey already told him the story. When questioned, Rachel sputters that she heard the story from a friend, who heard it from a guy named Ken Adams.
30th May '16 7:58:46 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The later seasons of ''{{Seinfeld}}'' do this often, many times a mixture of this and StrangeMindsThinkAlike?

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* The later seasons of ''{{Seinfeld}}'' ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' do this often, many times a mixture of this and StrangeMindsThinkAlike?
7th Mar '16 12:44:35 AM Doug86
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* The play and the movie versions of ''AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'' have a lot of these.

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* The play and the movie versions of ''AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'' ''Theatre/AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'' have a lot of these.
17th Apr '15 8:54:25 PM nombretomado
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* All versions of {{CSI}} beat this trope to death in multiple episodes, such as finding a fingerprint of a suspect in the Plot B crime at the scene of the Plot A events.

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* All versions of {{CSI}} ''Series/{{CSI}}'' beat this trope to death in multiple episodes, such as finding a fingerprint of a suspect in the Plot B crime at the scene of the Plot A events.
13th Dec '13 7:06:09 PM nombretomado
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* Series/HowIMetYourMother episode "The Naked Man" has plot A with Barney and Ted trying out a new tactic called the The Naked Man (no points for guessing what they do) and plot B is Lily writing a list of 50 reasons to have sex, which she completes after trying The Naked Man tactic (2 out of 3 times people!)
* An episode of ''{{Castle}}'' had two teams of detectives competing (and betting) on who was going to solve their respective cases first, [[spoiler: they were forced to a draw when the two cases were related.]]

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* Series/HowIMetYourMother The ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' episode "The Naked Man" has plot A with Barney and Ted trying out a new tactic called the The Naked Man (no points for guessing what they do) and plot B is Lily writing a list of 50 reasons to have sex, which she completes after trying The Naked Man tactic (2 out of 3 times people!)
* An episode of ''{{Castle}}'' ''Series/{{Castle}}'' had two teams of detectives competing (and betting) on who was going to solve their respective cases first, [[spoiler: they were forced to a draw when the two cases were related.]]



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17th May '13 5:35:37 PM Austin
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* ''Drawn Together'' often has it's A and B plots intersect before the end of the episode. Amusingly lampshaded by Captain Hero in one episode.

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* ''Drawn Together'' ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' often has it's A and B plots intersect before the end of the episode. Amusingly lampshaded by Captain Hero in one episode.
14th May '13 1:01:28 PM chopshop
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* ''Drawn Together'' often has it's A and B plots intersect before the end of the episode. Amusingly lampshaded by Captain Hero in one episode.
-->'''Captain Hero''': Outta the way! A-plot coming through!
28th Dec '12 4:44:48 PM Nohbody
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* ''{{Babylon 5}}'' did this a bunch. For example, "The Quality of Mercy," with Laura's clinic and the murderer Mueller.

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* ''{{Babylon 5}}'' ''Series/BabylonFive'' did this a bunch. For example, "The Quality of Mercy," with Laura's clinic and the murderer Mueller.
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