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26th Jun '17 5:36:23 AM yisfidri
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* In ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', the "taunting scene" plays out as an attempted or downplayed version of this. The Jets force Anita to lie on her back, then lift up Baby John and put him on top of her. In many productions, he is portrayed as being nearly as traumatized by this as Anita is.[[/folder]]

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* In ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', the "taunting scene" plays out as an attempted or downplayed attempted, and ''maybe'' simulated, version of this. The Jets force Anita to lie on her back, then lift up Baby John and put him on top of her. In many productions, he is portrayed as being nearly as traumatized by this as Anita is.[[/folder]]
25th Jun '17 11:12:04 AM yisfidri
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* In ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', the "taunting scene" plays out as an attempted or downplayed version of this. The Jets force Anita to lie on her back, then lift up Baby John and put him on top of her. In many productions, he is portrayed as being nearly as traumatized by this as Anita is.

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* In ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', the "taunting scene" plays out as an attempted or downplayed version of this. The Jets force Anita to lie on her back, then lift up Baby John and put him on top of her. In many productions, he is portrayed as being nearly as traumatized by this as Anita is. \n[[/folder]]
25th Jun '17 11:11:37 AM yisfidri
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* In ''Theatre/WestSideStory'', the "taunting scene" plays out as an attempted or downplayed version of this. The Jets force Anita to lie on her back, then lift up Baby John and put him on top of her. In many productions, he is portrayed as being nearly as traumatized by this as Anita is.
24th Jun '17 8:05:21 PM Akaihiryuu
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time - the Bajorans worship them as gods they call the Prophets, hence their name, it is unknown what they call themselves), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the [[EvilCounterpart Evil Counterparts]] of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.

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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time - the Bajorans worship them as gods they call the Prophets, hence their name, it is unknown what they call themselves), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. him decades later. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a another character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the [[EvilCounterpart Evil Counterparts]] of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.
24th Jun '17 8:04:27 PM Akaihiryuu
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time - the Bajorans worship them as gods they call the Prophets, hence their name, it is unknown what they call themselves), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the [[EvilCounterpart Evil Counterparts]] of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.

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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time - the Bajorans worship them as gods they call the Prophets, hence their name, it is unknown what they call themselves), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the (the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the [[EvilCounterpart Evil Counterparts]] of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.
24th Jun '17 8:03:19 PM Akaihiryuu
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the [[EvilCounterpart Evil Counterparts]] of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.

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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), time - the Bajorans worship them as gods they call the Prophets, hence their name, it is unknown what they call themselves), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the [[EvilCounterpart Evil Counterparts]] of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.
24th Jun '17 8:02:26 PM Akaihiryuu
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the [[EvilCounterparts EvilCounterpart]] of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.

to:

* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the [[EvilCounterparts EvilCounterpart]] [[EvilCounterpart Evil Counterparts]] of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.
24th Jun '17 8:02:08 PM Akaihiryuu
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the EvilCounterparts of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.

to:

* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), and forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the EvilCounterparts [[EvilCounterparts EvilCounterpart]] of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.
24th Jun '17 8:01:41 PM Akaihiryuu
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), and basically forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him.

to:

* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), and basically forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him. There is some FridgeHorror in this as well, as when a character is possessed by a Pah Wraith (the EvilCounterparts of the Prophets), they claimed to be able to see and hear everything but unable to act, a prisoner in their own body.
22nd Jun '17 7:01:34 PM Akaihiryuu
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), and basically forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them).

to:

* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': A very unusual, non-malicious example, crossing over with BlueAndOrangeMorality, in Ben Sisko's backstory. His mother Sarah was possessed by a Prophet (a race of EnergyBeing StarfishAliens that live in the Bajoran wormhole and exist outside of linear time), and basically forced to marry his father Joseph (for the purpose of conceiving Ben who would become their Emissary in a StableTimeLoop). Joseph was not to blame, because he didn't know his wife was being controlled and the relationship wasn't her desire. Once Ben was born, the Prophet left Sarah, and she immediately left her family and never contacted them again, dying in an accident a few years later. Joseph remarried, and Ben grew up believing his stepmother was his real mother, until he met the Prophet that possessed her. It uses Sarah's appearance in Ben's mind to communicate with him, having absolutely no idea what it did to Sarah was wrong (which is understandable considering that the Prophets have a great deal of difficulty understanding linear time and corporeal beings even once it is explained to them). From Joseph's perspective, he married Sarah and lived happily with her for a couple of years, until she just left one day after their son was born, with no explanation. He had no idea what actually happened until Ben met the Prophet and explained it to him.
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