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11th May '16 11:55:13 AM erforce
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* One guy in ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'' finds an abandoned Terminator head and decides to hold onto it, apparently just because it looks cool. But then [[spoiler:its body comes back looking for it]] and, yeah.

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* One guy in ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'' ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' finds an abandoned Terminator head and decides to hold onto it, apparently just because it looks cool. But then [[spoiler:its body comes back looking for it]] and, yeah.
31st Mar '16 3:30:21 AM Anddrix
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* In WesternAnimation/{{Home}}, Captain Smek silences other Boov by hitting them on the head with the rock on the end of his "shusher wand". We later discover that the "rock" [[spoiler:contains the entire next generation of Gorg, which is the true reason the Gorg has been chasing the Boov]].

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* In WesternAnimation/{{Home}}, ''WesternAnimation/{{Home}}'', Captain Smek silences other Boov by hitting them on the head with the rock on the end of his "shusher wand". We later discover that the "rock" [[spoiler:contains the entire next generation of Gorg, which is the true reason the Gorg has been chasing the Boov]].
30th Mar '16 2:32:25 PM mcgrew
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* In WesternAnimation/{{Home}}, Captain Smek silences other Boov by hitting them on the head with the rock on the end of his "shusher wand". We later discover that the "rock" [[spoiler:contains the entire next generation of Gorg, which is the true reason the Gorg has been chasing the Boov]].
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* In WesternAnimation/{{Home}}, Captain Smek silences other Boov by hitting them on the head with the rock on the end of his "shusher wand". We later discover that the "rock" [[spoiler:contains the entire next generation of Gorg, which is the true reason the Gorg has been chasing the Boov]].
30th Mar '16 12:46:17 PM mcgrew
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* In WesternAnimation/{{Home}}, Captain Smek silences other Boov by hitting them on the head with the rock on the end of his "shusher wand". We later discover that the "rock" [[spoiler:contains the entire next generation of Gorg, which is the true reason the Gorg has been chasing the Boov]].
10th Mar '16 5:11:38 AM DannWoolf
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* Early on in ''Manga/DragonBall, Goku travels to Master Roshi's island to borrow the Bansho Fan, the one thing that can extinguish the fire on Frypan Mountain, only to find out that Roshi was using it as a tablecloth... and he had thrown it out because he spilled soup on it! Fortunately Roshi manages to put out the fire another way: by... blowing up the mountain with a Kamehameha...

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* Early on in ''Manga/DragonBall, ''Manga/DragonBall'', Goku travels to Master Roshi's island to borrow the Bansho Fan, the one thing that can extinguish the fire on Frypan Mountain, only to find out that Roshi was using it as a tablecloth... and he had [[GrailInTheGarbage thrown it out because he spilled soup on it! it]]! Fortunately Roshi manages to put out the fire another way: by... blowing up the mountain with a Kamehameha...Kamehameha.
26th Feb '16 7:14:49 AM FuzzyBoots
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* In P.C. Hodgell's ''Literature/ChroniclesOfTheKencyrath'', Penari uses the giant uncut diamond he stole in impossible circumstances, the Eye of Abarraden, as a paperweight.
15th Jan '16 6:33:07 PM jormis29
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* Early on in ''{{Manga}}/DragonBall, Goku travels to Master Roshi's island to borrow the Bansho Fan, the one thing that can extinguish the fire on Frypan Mountain, only to find out that Roshi was using it as a tablecloth... and he had thrown it out because he spilled soup on it! Fortunately Roshi manages to put out the fire another way: by... blowing up the mountain with a Kamehameha...

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* Early on in ''{{Manga}}/DragonBall, ''Manga/DragonBall, Goku travels to Master Roshi's island to borrow the Bansho Fan, the one thing that can extinguish the fire on Frypan Mountain, only to find out that Roshi was using it as a tablecloth... and he had thrown it out because he spilled soup on it! Fortunately Roshi manages to put out the fire another way: by... blowing up the mountain with a Kamehameha...
15th Jan '16 5:45:55 AM DannWoolf
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* Early on in ''{{Manga}}/DragonBall, Goku travels to Master Roshi's island to borrow the Bansho Fan, the one thing that can extinguish the fire on Frypan Mountain, only to find out that Roshi was using it as a tablecloth... and he had thrown it out because he spilled soup on it!

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* Early on in ''{{Manga}}/DragonBall, Goku travels to Master Roshi's island to borrow the Bansho Fan, the one thing that can extinguish the fire on Frypan Mountain, only to find out that Roshi was using it as a tablecloth... and he had thrown it out because he spilled soup on it!it! Fortunately Roshi manages to put out the fire another way: by... blowing up the mountain with a Kamehameha...
15th Jan '16 5:43:32 AM DannWoolf
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* Early on in ''{{Manga}}/DragonBall, Goku travels to Master Roshi's island to borrow the Bansho Fan, the one thing that can extinguish the fire on Frypan Mountain, only to find out that Roshi was using it as a tablecloth... and he had thrown it out because he spilled soup on it!
31st Dec '15 3:26:56 AM jormis29
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* One of Creator/NeilGaiman's short stories, "Chivalry", involves the holy grail being found by an old lady in a thrift store. The ancient knight who comes in search of the grail discovers that she knows ''exactly'' what it is, and keeps it for no greater reason than because it looks nice on her mantle.

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* One of Creator/NeilGaiman's short stories, "Chivalry", involves the holy grail HolyGrail being found by an old lady in a thrift store. The ancient knight who comes in search of the grail discovers that she knows ''exactly'' what it is, and keeps it for no greater reason than because it looks nice on her mantle.



* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' Warehouse 23 mentioned that one of the powers ascribed to the Ark of the Covenant was that it would shoot lightning to kill the vermin on the Israelites' path, thus making it the Bug Zapper Of The Gods, and dared the GM to imagine a Secret Master decadent enough to use it only as such.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' Warehouse 23 mentioned that one of the powers ascribed to the Ark of the Covenant TheArkOfTheCovenant was that it would shoot lightning to kill the vermin on the Israelites' path, thus making it the Bug Zapper Of The Gods, and dared the GM to imagine a Secret Master decadent enough to use it only as such.



-->'''Roger:''' Remember that pimp cup I drank out of all the time? Turns out it was the Holy Grail.

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-->'''Roger:''' Remember that pimp cup I drank out of all the time? Turns out it was the Holy Grail.HolyGrail.
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