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30th Mar '17 10:55:23 PM Gamermaster
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* Invoked in ''[[Creator/CoolKyouShinsha Mononoke◇Sharing]]'' when [[LovableSexManiac Youko]] starts having sex to hide the fact that she was actually asking someone about getting a birthday present.
28th Feb '17 7:50:26 PM Pilomotor
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* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' implies that StrawFeminist Susan's StartOfDarkness occurred when she was traumatized by accidentally walking in on her father and a woman who was not her mother when she was just a little girl, though the true psychological damage probably occurred when he asked her to lie about it.

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* ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' implies that StrawFeminist BrokenBird Susan's StartOfDarkness occurred [[HatesBeingTouched various]] [[DoesNotLikeMen issues]] stem from when she was traumatized as a little girl by accidentally walking in on her father and a woman who was not her mother when she was just a little girl, mother, though the true psychological damage probably occurred when he asked her to lie about it.it. It certainly didn't help matters that Susan was then raised solely by [[StrawFeminist her mother]], who seems to have lost all faith in men as a result of the affair.
18th Feb '17 3:02:56 AM Nakuyabi
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* In ''Film/ToSirWithLove'', teacher Thackeray notices that something has happened to upset one of his students. When he speaks with the girl's mother, she sheepishly admits that the girl walked in on her and her boyfriend. (the girl adored her deceased father and is unhappy that her mother is embarking on a new relationship)

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* In ''Film/ToSirWithLove'', teacher Thackeray notices that something has happened to upset one of his students. When he speaks with the girl's mother, she sheepishly admits that the girl walked in on her and her boyfriend. (the (The girl adored her deceased father and is unhappy that her mother is embarking on a new relationship)relationship.)
* One rather central to the plot occurs in ''Literature/WeCantRewind''. While the parents actually ''did'' think to lock the door to their cabin, they forgot about the bathroom access running between their children's cabin and their own.
13th Feb '17 8:16:52 AM hullflyer
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** For those that don't understand, this fear is based of Japanese wordplay: The kanji for "turtle" and "head of the penis" are the same.

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** For those that don't understand, this fear is based of off Japanese wordplay: The kanji for "turtle" and "head of the penis" are the same.
31st Jan '17 3:13:45 PM KizunaTallis
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* There were quite a few times when [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Cartman]] of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' is exposed to his mother's [[SonOfAWhore oft-mentioned promiscuity]], though usually through [[HomePornMovie seemingly blank video tapes]].

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* There were quite a few times when [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Cartman]] Cartman of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' is exposed to his mother's [[SonOfAWhore oft-mentioned promiscuity]], though usually through [[HomePornMovie seemingly blank video tapes]].


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** In the episode "Wieners Out", Kyle and Ike walk in on their parents engaging in golden showers. Poor kids are going to need a lot of therapy after that...
11th Jan '17 6:40:17 AM LondonKdS
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* In a scene which seems potentially inspired by ''The Singing Detective'', Vanessa Ives' pyschological and spiritual problems in ''Series/PennyDreadful'' begin when, as a young girl, she catches her mother having adulturous sex with their next door neighbour, and the father of Vanessa's best friend, in the garden.

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* In a scene which seems potentially inspired by ''The Singing Detective'', Vanessa Ives' pyschological psychological and spiritual problems in ''Series/PennyDreadful'' begin when, as a young girl, she catches her mother having adulturous sex with their next door neighbour, and the father of Vanessa's best friend, in the garden.
28th Dec '16 7:32:25 AM Technomaru
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**** Actually it's revealed in "Underage Peter" that Opie isn't severely mentally handicapped, he was just drunk... ALL THE TIME!
30th Nov '16 2:10:06 AM LondonKdS
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* One of the most notorious and controversial examples in British TV history was in ''Series/TheSingingDetective'', when the protagonist Philip Marlow, as a boy, catches his mother having adulturous sex in a forest. The experience is implied to leave him with permanent psychological damage.
* In a scene which seems potentially inspired by ''The Singing Detective'', Vanessa Ives' pyschological and spiritual problems in ''Series/PennyDreadful'' begin when, as a young girl, she catches her mother having adulturous sex with their next door neighbour, and the father of Vanessa's best friend, in the garden.
20th Nov '16 7:24:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''TheDaVinciCode'', a version of this is the reason why the female protagonist had a falling-out with her grandfather. As a young girl, she walked in on him performing a sexual [[spoiler: ritual]]. [[spoiler:Langdon explains that her grandfather was part of a group that followed ancient pagan rites and believed that sex was the way to achieve enlightenment]].

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* In ''TheDaVinciCode'', ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode'', a version of this is the reason why the female protagonist had a falling-out with her grandfather. As a young girl, she walked in on him performing a sexual [[spoiler: ritual]]. [[spoiler:Langdon explains that her grandfather was part of a group that followed ancient pagan rites and believed that sex was the way to achieve enlightenment]].



* Robin in TheTomorrowSeries mentions this was how she last saw her parents.
* Briefly discussed in ''HeadCount'' by Ingrid Noll: when Maya is in counseling after [[spoiler: accidentally killing her brother]], she makes up a dream about being a little bird that flies around and looks into people's windows. Her psychiatrist assumes that she must have walked in on her parents as a child.

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* Robin in TheTomorrowSeries ''Literature/TheTomorrowSeries'' mentions this was how she last saw her parents.
* Briefly discussed in ''HeadCount'' ''Literature/HeadCount'' by Ingrid Noll: when Maya is in counseling after [[spoiler: accidentally killing her brother]], she makes up a dream about being a little bird that flies around and looks into people's windows. Her psychiatrist assumes that she must have walked in on her parents as a child.
18th Oct '16 4:57:57 PM TonyG
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** When he was thrirteen, Sheldon walked in on his father [[spoiler:cheating with another woman]]. He never talked to him again. (It also explains why he always knocks three times: the second and third knocks gives time to put one's pants back on.)
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