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2nd Sep '17 8:09:16 PM rwe1138
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-->'''Ross''': Oh no ! Chi Chi !

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-->'''Ross''': Oh no ! Chi Chi !no! Chi-Chi!
15th Aug '17 1:51:07 PM DaibhidC
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* Parodied in ''{{Blackadder}} II'', where Kate believes that this is why her father keeps telling her that her mother isn't dead, but ran off to Droitwich with her Uncle Henry. Since this is hardly a comforting story, and her father is very exasperated with having to repeat it all the time, it would appear to be the truth.

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* Parodied in ''{{Blackadder}} ''Series/{{Blackadder}} II'', where Kate believes that this is why her father keeps telling her that her mother isn't dead, but ran off to Droitwich with her Uncle Henry. Since this is hardly a comforting story, and her father is very exasperated with having to repeat it all the time, it would appear to be the truth.
15th Aug '17 1:50:21 PM DaibhidC
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* ''Series/{{Monk}} plays with the "pet went to the farm" version by having Monk give the farm story to the ''dog'', saying that her human owner (the VictimOfTheWeek) had to move to a farm.

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* ''Series/{{Monk}} ''Series/{{Monk}}'' plays with the "pet went to the farm" version by having Monk give the farm story to the ''dog'', saying that her human owner (the VictimOfTheWeek) had to move to a farm.farm.
* Parodied in ''{{Blackadder}} II'', where Kate believes that this is why her father keeps telling her that her mother isn't dead, but ran off to Droitwich with her Uncle Henry. Since this is hardly a comforting story, and her father is very exasperated with having to repeat it all the time, it would appear to be the truth.
14th Aug '17 10:53:00 PM MisterCPC
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* ''Series/{{Monk}} plays with the "pet went to the farm" version by having Monk give the farm story to the ''dog'', saying that her human owner (the VictimOfTheWeek) had to move to a farm.
9th Jul '17 8:46:01 AM nombretomado
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* The ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Turn Left" features a ForWantOfANail AlternateTimeline where Donna never met (and saved the life of the Doctor), which leads to London being nuked, the country full of homeless refugees, France's borders closed and the USA's financial aid cancelled due to the Adipose disaster. Finally, the British government starts rounding up immigrants and putting them in "work camps". Wilfred, a WorldWarII veteran, immediately realises what's ''really'' going on.
-->'''Wilfred''': ''[Horrified]'' "Work camps"...that's what they said ''[[WorldWarTwo last time]]!''

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* The ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Turn Left" features a ForWantOfANail AlternateTimeline where Donna never met (and saved the life of the Doctor), which leads to London being nuked, the country full of homeless refugees, France's borders closed and the USA's financial aid cancelled due to the Adipose disaster. Finally, the British government starts rounding up immigrants and putting them in "work camps". Wilfred, a WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII veteran, immediately realises what's ''really'' going on.
-->'''Wilfred''': ''[Horrified]'' "Work camps"...that's what they said ''[[WorldWarTwo ''[[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII last time]]!''



* On one episode of ''Series/{{QI}}'', the Soviet practice of training dogs to go under tanks with bombs in WorldWarII was raised at one point. A photo of a dog running towards a tank with what appeared to be a bomb strapped to it's back popped up, and at the audience's reaction Phil Jupitus was quick to (jokingly) reassure them that that ''specific'' dog was okay, he was on a farm now, and he was very happy.

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* On one episode of ''Series/{{QI}}'', the Soviet practice of training dogs to go under tanks with bombs in WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII was raised at one point. A photo of a dog running towards a tank with what appeared to be a bomb strapped to it's back popped up, and at the audience's reaction Phil Jupitus was quick to (jokingly) reassure them that that ''specific'' dog was okay, he was on a farm now, and he was very happy.
1st Jul '17 5:07:01 PM Phred
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* In ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien'' it is revealed that Julien's parents (and potentially all other family members he may have had besides his uncle) were killed and eaten by fossa, but he was told they went to live on a farm. Apparently not everyone is in on this story, though.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien'' it is revealed that Julien's parents (and potentially all other family members he may have had besides his uncle) were killed and eaten by fossa, but he was told they went to live on a farm. Apparently not everyone is in on this story, though. [[spoiler:This ends up making things simpler to explain to Julien when it's ultimately revealed his parents did actually go away and are still alive, but just never told anyone and thus were assumed killed when they went missing.]]
24th Jun '17 1:30:08 PM nombretomado
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* The pet version is also parodied in Series/TheVicarOfDibley: as a child, [[CloudCuckooLander Alice]] had a pet budgie named Carrot, who was replaced by several different "Carrots" by her mother. Unlike other versions where the pet would be identical, Alice assumed each budgie (which looked vastly different) had simply been reincarnated, DoctorWho-style.

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* The pet version is also parodied in Series/TheVicarOfDibley: as a child, [[CloudCuckooLander Alice]] had a pet budgie named Carrot, who was replaced by several different "Carrots" by her mother. Unlike other versions where the pet would be identical, Alice assumed each budgie (which looked vastly different) had simply been reincarnated, DoctorWho-style.''Series/DoctorWho''-style.
5th Jun '17 8:05:24 AM Pichu-kun
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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Manga{{Naruto}}''. His adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life, via pictures of a boy who looked similar, only to be assigned on a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned]] [[SelfMadeOrphan on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.

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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Manga{{Naruto}}''.''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. His adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life, via pictures of a boy who looked similar, only to be assigned on a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned]] [[SelfMadeOrphan on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.
5th Jun '17 8:04:58 AM Pichu-kun
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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'' his adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life via pictures of a boy who looked similar only to be assigned a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.

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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'' his ''Manga{{Naruto}}''. His adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life life, via pictures of a boy who looked similar similar, only to be assigned on a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned planned]] [[SelfMadeOrphan on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.
30th May '17 2:12:55 PM Benthelame
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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'' his adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life via pictures of a boy who looked similar only to be assigned a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.
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