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4th Apr '18 11:29:27 AM chopshop
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* During the “Go Down Swinging” arc of ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'', J. Jonah Jameson is being held captive by Green Goblin, who’s long forgotten Spidey’s true identity after regaining his sanity and purging his split personality. Jameson gets pushed into one of his usual rants, [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech telling Goblin what a pathetic loser he is and how no matter what he does he can never beat Spider-Man]]. During it he absentmindedly mentions [[ComicBook/TheNightGwenStacyDied Gwen Stacy’s death and how it didn’t stop Spidey]]... which causes Goblin to put two and two together and remember ''why'' Spider-Man was so hurt by that event. Jameson is horrified when he realizes just how badly he messed up.
1st Mar '18 7:29:46 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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** In the episode "The Unicorn and the Wasp", the Doctor is trying to solve a murder mystery, and accusing everyone in the room about certain facts that could point towards them being the killer. He points to one man who is wheelchair bound. Who in turn cracks under the pressure and admits that he can walk and was only faking being paralyzed, afraid that that was the only thing holding his marriage together. The Doctor then admits he wasn't actually going to confront him about anything.

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** In the episode "The Unicorn and the Wasp", the Doctor is and Creator/AgathaChristie are trying to solve a murder mystery, and accusing everyone in the room about certain facts that could point towards them being the killer. He Christie points to one man who is wheelchair bound. Who in turn cracks under the pressure and admits that he can walk and was only faking being paralyzed, afraid that that was the only thing holding his marriage together. The Doctor Christie then admits he she wasn't actually going to confront him about anything.
2nd Feb '18 4:36:26 AM cwickham
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* ''Series/DeathInParadise'': In "Murder on the Day of the Dead", Finn Anderson apparently receives a voicemail from his wife in which she is being attacked by someone with a knife. He runs to find DI Mooney to inform him that he believes his wife has just been murdered, but Mooney finds it curious that he would say she was murdered, rather than attacked, without knowing for sure that she was dead and correctly guesses that he already knew his wife was dead, and Anderson was responsible.

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* ''Series/DeathInParadise'': In "Murder on the Day of the Dead", Finn Anderson apparently receives a voicemail from his wife in which she is being attacked by someone with a knife. He runs to find DI Mooney to inform him that he believes his wife has just been murdered, but Mooney finds it curious that he would say she was murdered, rather than attacked, without knowing for sure that she was dead and correctly guesses that he Anderson already knew his wife was dead, and Anderson was responsible.involved in her murder.
2nd Feb '18 4:33:11 AM cwickham
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* ''Series/DeathInParadise'': In "Murder on the Day of the Dead", Finn Anderson apparently receives a voicemail from his wife in which she is being attacked by someone with a knife. He runs to find DI Mooney to inform him that he believes his wife has just been murdered, but Mooney finds it curious that he would say she was murdered, rather than attacked, without knowing for sure that she was dead and correctly guesses that he already knew his wife was dead.

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* ''Series/DeathInParadise'': In "Murder on the Day of the Dead", Finn Anderson apparently receives a voicemail from his wife in which she is being attacked by someone with a knife. He runs to find DI Mooney to inform him that he believes his wife has just been murdered, but Mooney finds it curious that he would say she was murdered, rather than attacked, without knowing for sure that she was dead and correctly guesses that he already knew his wife was dead.dead, and Anderson was responsible.
2nd Feb '18 4:32:28 AM cwickham
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* ''Series/DeathInParadise'': In "Murder on the Day of the Dead", Finn Anderson apparently receives a voicemail from his wife in which she is being attacked by someone with a knife. He runs to find DI Mooney to inform him that he believes his wife has just been murdered, but Mooney finds it curious that he would say she was murdered, rather than attacked, without knowing for sure that she was dead and correctly guesses that he already knew his wife was dead.
28th Nov '17 5:50:14 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'', Yin and Yang capture one of Herman's soldier ants when they invade and steal an ArtifactOfDoom. He invokes [[TheLawsAndCustomsOfWar Name, Rank, And Serial Number]], except that his rank contains a lot of information about Herman's plan.

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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/YinYangYo'', Yin and Yang capture one of Herman's soldier ants when they invade and steal an ArtifactOfDoom. He invokes [[TheLawsAndCustomsOfWar [[UsefulNotes/TheLawsAndCustomsOfWar Name, Rank, And Serial Number]], except that his rank contains a lot of information about Herman's plan.
13th Oct '17 2:55:15 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Series/MillionYenWomen'': This is used to reveal who the invitation sender is. In an early episode, one of the characters asks for a certain piece of information. Later on, it turns out that the asker ''should'' have known that piece of information at the time, which makes the fact that they asked very suspicious.
11th Oct '17 5:13:39 PM kazokuhouou
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* In ''Film/TheGodfatherPartII'' [[spoiler:Fredo]] inadvertendly gives away that he's the one that betrayed Michael after he excitedly tells someone that Johnny Ola was the one who showed him the sex club they were in...''after'' claiming he never met Johnny Ola before much earlier.
5th Oct '17 3:20:06 AM StarTropes
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* In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', Scar "accidentally" lets slip to Simba that the forbidden area beyond the Pride Lands has an ElephantsGraveyard (which, of course, piques Simba's interest) and laments the fact that he said too much - but not really, as it's part of his BatmanGambit to get Simba killed.

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* In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', Scar "accidentally" lets slip to Simba that the forbidden area beyond the Pride Lands has an ElephantsGraveyard ElephantGraveyard (which, of course, piques Simba's interest) and laments the fact that he said too much - but not really, as it's part of his BatmanGambit to get Simba killed.
5th Oct '17 3:19:47 AM StarTropes
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* In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', Scar "accidentally" lets slip to Simba that the forbidden area beyond the Pride Lands has an ElephantsGraveyard (which, of course, piques Simba's interest) and laments the fact that he said too much - but not really, as it's part of his BatmanGambit to get Simba killed.
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