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6th Apr '16 9:40:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* Both movie and comic versions of ''SinCity'' include a very existential-looking prison for John Hartigan.

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* Both movie and comic versions of ''SinCity'' ''ComicBook/SinCity'' include a very existential-looking prison for John Hartigan.
2nd Apr '16 9:57:20 AM Joysweeper
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* On the route to the GoldenEnding of ''VideoGame/AviaryAttorney'' the protagonists tell the king that they'll defend him in court and the king, offended at the implication that he doesn't have a OneHundredPercentApprovalRating, throws them in jail. An allied prosecutor lets them out and says the charges are dropped.
1st Apr '16 10:39:26 AM ameliette
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* Doc Chronos, Timmy, and Caveman have been arrested by Roman senators (almost), [[AnachronismStew King Confucius of France]], and [[LargeHam Alexander the Great]].


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* Doc Chronos, Timmy, and Caveman have been arrested by Roman senators (almost), [[AnachronismStew King Confucius of France]], and [[LargeHam Alexander the Great]].
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27th Jan '16 5:37:24 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' has actually had a few prison episodes. In the episode "Doing Time" Mrs. Puff gets arrested after yet another one of SpongeBob's failed driving tests and SpongeBob and Patrick trying to break her out after they agree it was SpongeBob's fault. In the episode "The Inmates of Summer" SpongeBob & Patrick accidentally board a prison ship instead of the summer camp boat they meant to get on. In the episode "Jailbreak" Plankton who is imprisoned after yet another attempt at stealing the Krabby Patty Formula concocts a plan with a few other inmates to break out.
20th Dec '15 7:29:56 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* ''Series/HenryDanger'' had the episode ''Christmas Danger'' which is surprisingly, a ChristmasEpisode only in name, but a prison episode in plot.
14th Dec '15 3:26:59 PM eroock
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6th Dec '15 3:13:39 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''MadeaGoesToJail'', a movie about a woman who was arrested for her behavior management problems.

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* ''MadeaGoesToJail'', ''Film/MadeaGoesToJail'', a movie about a woman who was arrested for her behavior management problems.
24th Nov '15 3:53:07 AM jormis29
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* In ''VideoGame/SplinterCell Double Agent'', Sam goes undercover as a prisoner to infiltrate a domestic terror organization and earn their trust.

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* In ''VideoGame/SplinterCell Double Agent'', ''VideoGame/SplinterCellDoubleAgent'', Sam goes undercover as a prisoner to infiltrate a domestic terror organization and earn their trust.
18th Nov '15 8:22:16 AM Briguy52748
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* ''Series/{{Bonanza}}'':
** The 1971 episode "Kingdom of Fear" is set at a prison camp and is based on ''Film/CoolHandLuke''.
** The 1972 episode "Riot!" meant to address sub-human living conditions prevalent in the era -- and to a point, even in the early 1970s, when this episode was aired ... and to a point, even today. The episode introduces Tim Matheson to viewers as the long-running series' last major new character: Griff King, who is paroled to the Cartwright's custody; Denver Pyle, who became known later as Jesse Duke on ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'', plays the uncaring, cold-hearted prison warden.
* ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'': Although it was always Boss Hogg's goal to send Bo and Luke Duke to prison, and most episodes did involve the Duke boys tricking Rosco into letting them escape from jail, only one episode -- the terrifying "Cool Hands, Luke and Bo," a brilliant adaptation of ''Film/CoolHandLuke'' -- was actually set at a prison, and a prison camp at that.


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* ''WesternAnimation/FatAlbertAndTheCosbyKids'': The 1984 episode "Busted," although the prison serves as a backdrop to the episode's ScareEmStraight purpose. In essence: The gang is given a terrifying tour of a prison after they are caught in a car a friend -- who had run afoul of the law many times before -- had stolen. Needless to say, the tour makes the right impression on the kids.
16th Nov '15 1:49:46 PM cwf123
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* ''WebAnimation/LoboWebseries'' In the four part story arc "Bustin' Out Of Oblivion", Lobo tries to free Slaz and his lover Major Snake from Oblivion Intergalactic Correctional Facility.
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