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25th Feb '17 1:34:17 PM nombretomado
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* In the DaleBrown novel ''Storming Heaven'', the male terrorist villain Henri Cazaux was arrested by U.S. soldiers on a base in Belgium as a teenager and repeatedly raped by them over two days. Needless to say, this provides him with plenty of motivation to hate the United States and also decide he will never be caught alive.

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* In the DaleBrown Creator/DaleBrown novel ''Storming Heaven'', the male terrorist villain Henri Cazaux was arrested by U.S. soldiers on a base in Belgium as a teenager and repeatedly raped by them over two days. Needless to say, this provides him with plenty of motivation to hate the United States and also decide he will never be caught alive.
14th Feb '17 2:45:38 PM asten
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* Gina experiences the rare DistaffCounterpart in ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'', complete with soap-dropping. [[GenreSavvy She remembers not to bend over to pick it up]], but [[WrongGenreSavvy kneeling in a women's prison isn't much better]].

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* Gina experiences the rare DistaffCounterpart in ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'', complete with soap-dropping. [[GenreSavvy She remembers not to bend over to pick it up]], but [[WrongGenreSavvy kneeling in a women's prison isn't much better]]. However the inmates who attempted to molest her crash into a large inmate while chasing after her. The pissed off woman proceeds to violently rape all three of them at once.
5th Feb '17 9:59:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/{{Cyberjack}}'': Mentioned as a throwaway line by Nassim when he's trying to figure out Nick's identity.
-->'''Nassim:''' Nick James... Nick... Nick... I used to fuck a guy in prison called Nick. No wait, that was Nick Jones.
22nd Jan '17 11:52:00 AM CaptainTedium
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* ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'' hinted at this trope at the end of the episode "[=CatDog=] Catcher". Rancid Rabbit ends up incarcerated after spending the episode jailing everyone in Nearburg for not owning a license for their species (all just so [[EvilIsPetty he'd have enough gold coins to bathe in]]). He has a burly cellmate standing behind him who grabs him from off-screen as the episode irises out.
1st Jan '17 6:42:55 PM Segal991
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** A similar scene happens to Mojo in "Monkey See Doggy Two", only as Mojo is turned into a dog and sent to the pound, with another dog. **To Mojo again in the 10th anniversary/final episode special "Powerpuff Girls Rule!" had one last shout-out to this running gag, as a fellow prisoner embraces Mojo much to Mojo's dismay. [[Radar/ThePowerpuffGirls Wow.]]

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** A similar scene happens to Mojo in "Monkey See Doggy Two", only as Mojo is turned into a dog and sent to the pound, with another dog.

**To Mojo again in the 10th anniversary/final episode special "Powerpuff Girls Rule!" had one last shout-out to this running gag, as a fellow prisoner embraces Mojo much to Mojo's dismay. [[Radar/ThePowerpuffGirls Wow.]]
20th Dec '16 8:31:16 AM LondonKdS
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** In ''Comicbook/ThePunisher MAX'' series, this nearly happens to [[ActionGirl O'Brien]] after she is sent back to prison, but she fights off her attackers repeatedly. It is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:she actually was raped repeatedly after a botched CIA mission to Afghanistan that ended with her being captured by the Taliban.]]

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** In ''Comicbook/ThePunisher MAX'' series, this nearly happens to [[ActionGirl O'Brien]] after she is sent back to prison, but she fights off her attackers repeatedly. It is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:she actually was raped repeatedly after a botched CIA mission to Afghanistan that ended with However, they then frame her being captured by the Taliban.]]for murder in revenge.
12th Dec '16 6:05:35 PM ChilledXSocks
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As with all rape tropes, refrain from listing real life examples. It is entirely sufficient to note that such things do occur.

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As with all rape tropes, [[Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease please refrain from listing real life examples. examples.]] It is entirely sufficient to note that such things do occur.
12th Dec '16 10:09:09 AM randomtroper89
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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' also references this trope in regards to C.J.'s brother Sweet, who gets thrown in prison following [[spoiler:Smoke and Ryder's betrayal]]:
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' [''Toreno is calling C.J. on his cell phone''] Toreno?
-->'''Mike Toreno:''' Carl, learn to fly.
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' I'm on it, man, I swear!
-->'''Mike Toreno:''' "I'm on it, man, I swear!" Same old broken record, Carl. But that's fine... because your brother's getting a new cellmate tonight. Horse Cock Harry. And I'm sending a present, little wedding present -- a big tube of lube.
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' Shit, dude, okay! Okay! I swear, man, I'm gonna be the best pilot!
-->'''Mike Toreno:''' I'd love to hear you, Carl. I can't hear you. All I can hear is your brother's love cries as eight kilometers of cock find its way up his ass. "Aaooowww!" That's your brother, okay? No big problem.
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' Wait! Please, man!
-->'''Mike Toreno:''' That was my last motivational speech, understand? Am I being too spiritual for you, Carl?
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' OK, man, I get the message.
** Tenpenny suggests that Sweet could end up on a Ballas' cellblock "getting in touch with his feminine side" if C.J. doesn't follow orders.

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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' also references this trope in regards to ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas''
** When
C.J.'s brother Sweet, who gets thrown in prison following [[spoiler:Smoke and Ryder's betrayal]]:
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' [''Toreno is calling C.J. on his cell phone''] Toreno?
-->'''Mike Toreno:''' Carl, learn
betrayal]]. Mike Toreno threatens to fly.
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' I'm on it, man, I swear!
-->'''Mike Toreno:''' "I'm on it, man, I swear!" Same old broken record, Carl. But that's fine... because your brother's getting
give Sweet a new cellmate tonight. Horse tonight named "Horse Cock Harry. And I'm sending a present, little wedding present -- Harry" give them a big tube of lube.
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' Shit, dude, okay! Okay! I swear, man, I'm gonna be the best pilot!
-->'''Mike Toreno:''' I'd love to hear you, Carl. I can't hear you. All I can hear is your brother's love cries as eight kilometers of cock find its way up his ass. "Aaooowww!" That's your brother, okay? No big problem.
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' Wait! Please, man!
-->'''Mike Toreno:''' That was my last motivational speech, understand? Am I being too spiritual for you, Carl?
-->'''Carl Johnson:''' OK, man, I get the message.
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lube. Tenpenny suggests that Sweet could end up on a Ballas' cellblock "getting in touch with his feminine side" if C.J. doesn't follow orders.
3rd Dec '16 7:02:19 PM Lloigor
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** Or at least that's what somebody claiming to be him says. 2 pages later, Babs tells him Killer Moth is locked up in Arkham, and looks nothing like him (or even human).

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** Or at least that's what somebody claiming to be him says. 2 Two pages later, Babs tells him Killer Moth is locked up in Arkham, and looks nothing like him (or even human).



* In ''Comicbook/{{Starman}}'', during the space quest arc, the characters are sent to a space prison, one huge alien starts taking an interest in Jack. Jack rhetorically asks what the big guy's deal is, and when Mikaal [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder starts to answer]],minterrupts him with "Yeah, I've seen ''Series/{{Oz}}''."

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Starman}}'', during the space quest arc, the characters are sent to a space prison, one huge alien starts taking an interest in Jack. Jack rhetorically asks what the big guy's deal is, and when Mikaal [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder starts to answer]],minterrupts answer]], interrupts him with "Yeah, I've seen ''Series/{{Oz}}''."
3rd Dec '16 6:59:50 PM Lloigor
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* The "Don't drop the soap" gag was used in the mini-series ''ComicBook/ArkhamAsylumLivingHell'', where recently incarcerated CorruptCorporateExecutive Warren White finds SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker in the same shower area as him. The panicked Warren indeed drops the soap... only for the Joker to politely hand it back to him and [[EvenEvilHasStandards chew him out verbally for using stock frauds to take other people's kids' college funds]].

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* The "Don't "don't drop the soap" gag was used in the mini-series ''ComicBook/ArkhamAsylumLivingHell'', where recently incarcerated CorruptCorporateExecutive Warren White finds SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker in the same shower area as him. The panicked Warren indeed drops the soap... only for the Joker to politely hand it back to him and [[EvenEvilHasStandards chew him out verbally for using stock frauds to take other people's kids' college funds]].
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