History Main / ShotInTheAss

17th Jan '18 4:17:34 PM MiriOhki
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* In [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7053661/8/Harry-Potter-The-Forgotten-Brother Harry Potter, the Forgotten Brother]], Snape receives one of these after trespassing on Harry’s farm. While Pomfrey and Snape [[InsistentTerminology insist he was shot in the upper thigh,]] Hermione is more than glad to explain where he was shot...
5th Dec '17 5:47:53 AM RedScharlach
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* In "Small Favor" of ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', a bit thug named Bart accidently gets shot in the ass by one of his associates. Harry's sidenotes in the [[TabletopGame/TheDresdenFiles RPG]] gleefully point this out.

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* In "Small Favor" of ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', a bit thug named Bart accidently accidentally gets shot in the ass by one of his associates. Harry's sidenotes in the [[TabletopGame/TheDresdenFiles RPG]] gleefully point this out.



* In ''Series/{{Shameless}}'' season 3, Micky Milkovich gets shot by Neds' wife while robbing his house

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* In ''Series/{{Shameless}}'' season 3, Micky Milkovich gets shot by Neds' Ned's wife while robbing his house
27th Nov '17 12:14:54 AM AnoneMouseJr
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* ''Film/WhosTheMan'' has Samuel Jackson getting shot in the ass, where in the next scene, he tries to get on a plane, but a metal detector prevents him from doing so because the bullet is permanently lodged.

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* ''Film/WhosTheMan'' ''The Man'' has Samuel Jackson (as Agent Derrick Vann) getting shot in the ass, where in the next scene, he tries to get on a plane, but a metal detector prevents him from doing so because the bullet is permanently lodged.



* According to a legend (depicted most prominently in ''Literature/GestaDanorum'') King Harald Bluetooth of Denmark died during an ambushed from getting hit with an arrow in his ass. The story is more a bit questionable though, and most likely a later attempt to smear and ridicule the King by depicting his demise as an UndignifiedDeath.

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* According to a legend (depicted most prominently in ''Literature/GestaDanorum'') King Harald Bluetooth of Denmark died during an ambushed ambush from getting hit with an arrow in his ass. The story is more a bit questionable though, and most likely a later attempt to smear and ridicule the King by depicting his demise as an UndignifiedDeath.
14th Nov '17 10:27:01 AM xcountryguy
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* Used (hilariously) as a TrustPassword of sorts in ''Film/MoneyTalks''. [[FridgeLogic Not the best TrustPassword if "everyone knows"]], but still funny.

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* Used (hilariously) as a TrustPassword of sorts in ''Film/MoneyTalks''. [[FridgeLogic Not the best TrustPassword Trust Password if "everyone knows"]], but still funny.



* ''Film/Deadpool2016'': At one point Deadpool is shot there by a gunman. He promptly falls to the ground, but the shooter is lured close to his seemingly dead body before Deadpool shots him back with his still-holstered pistol. Having a healing factor, the shot didn't kill him, but he does limp for a while, remarking that the bullet went "right up Main Street".

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* ''Film/Deadpool2016'': At one point Deadpool is shot there by a gunman. He promptly falls to the ground, but the shooter is lured close to his seemingly dead body before Deadpool shots shoots him back with his still-holstered pistol.gun held between his legs. Having a healing factor, the shot didn't kill him, but he does limp for a while, remarking that the bullet went "right up Main Street".



* In the second episode of ''Series/TheFinder'', ''Bullets'', Walter is searching for a decades-old missing bullet which can clear a death row inmate, a former cop convicted of killing another cop. Walter ends up shooting [[spoiler: a corrupt former internal affairs officer]] in the ass. The reason? [[spoiler: The internal affairs officer was the real killer, but the wrongly convicted officer had gotten a shot off when the murdered officer was gunned down. That shot had ended up in the internal affairs officer's buttocks, and had never been removed, causing him to sit uncomfortably. And so, Walter 'finds' the bullet by shooting the man in the same cheek, so that when the new bullet is dug out, the old one will be as well.]]

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* In the second episode of ''Series/TheFinder'', ''Bullets'', Walter is searching for a decades-old missing bullet which can clear a death row inmate, a former cop convicted of killing another cop. Walter ends up shooting [[spoiler: a [[spoiler:a corrupt former internal affairs officer]] in the ass. The reason? [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The internal affairs officer was the real killer, but the wrongly convicted officer had gotten a shot off when the murdered officer was gunned down. That shot had ended up in the internal affairs officer's buttocks, and had never been removed, causing him to sit uncomfortably. And so, Walter 'finds' the bullet by shooting the man in the same cheek, so that when the new bullet is dug out, the old one will be as well.]]



* In the ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' episode "Raw", after [[spoiler:the courtroom is shot up by Neo-Nazis, Munch]] tells [[spoiler: Tutuola]] he suffered this trope.

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* In the ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit'' episode "Raw", after [[spoiler:the courtroom is shot up by Neo-Nazis, Munch]] tells [[spoiler: Tutuola]] [[spoiler:Tutuola]] he suffered this trope.



* Happens to Tom Hanson in ''Series/TwentyOneJumpStreet''. They try to trace the bullet that hit Tom, and find out the culprit was [[spoiler: his partner, Doug.]]

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* Happens to Tom Hanson in ''Series/TwentyOneJumpStreet''. They try to trace the bullet that hit Tom, and find out the culprit was [[spoiler: his [[spoiler:his partner, Doug.]]
10th Nov '17 11:05:02 PM Chabal2
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* Happens to Porthos's servant Mousqueton in ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers''. In the sequel ''Twenty Years After'', when he's older and much more dignified, d'Artagnan [[DeadpanSnarker suggests]] that he show the scar to a cowardly younger servant who could use an example of bravery. And in a fight scene some chapters later, Mousqueton is wounded "in the other".

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* Happens to Porthos's servant Mousqueton in ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers''. In the sequel ''Twenty Years After'', when he's older and much more dignified, d'Artagnan [[DeadpanSnarker suggests]] that he show the scar to a cowardly younger servant who could use an example of bravery. And in a fight scene some chapters later, Mousqueton is wounded "in the other". Later still he's driving a carriage, and doing so upright for reasons known only to himself.
27th Oct '17 5:30:46 AM VicGeorge2011
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** In a four-page comic book story regarding Smurfette's visit to the Smurfs, one Smurf fires an arrow with a rope attached to it to [[LiteralMetaphor literally fulfill Smurfette's desire for one of her fellow Smurfs to "bring her the moon"]] -- only to accidentally shoot another fellow Smurf in the behind.
15th Sep '17 11:59:47 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* At the tail end of one ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' episode, Detective Fusco [[TakingTheBullet dives in front of a gunshot]] to protect the POI of the Week. He survives; as the paramedics wheel him into the ambulance he tells John he can already hear the guys back at the precinct laughing at him for getting ShotInTheAss.

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* At the tail end of one ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' episode, Detective Fusco [[TakingTheBullet dives in front of a gunshot]] to protect the POI of the Week. He survives; as the paramedics wheel him into the ambulance he tells John he can already hear the guys back at the precinct laughing at him for getting ShotInTheAss.having this happen.
3rd Sep '17 4:26:27 PM Andyroid
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Despicable Me 2}}'', Gru is saved from a bad date (who's about to humiliate him by taking his toupee off in public) when Lucy shoots the woman in the butt with a tranquilizer dart.
25th Aug '17 9:02:33 AM LordNictus
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*Because everyone with a gun in ''Film/DeltaFarce'' had attended the ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy, Bill is the only one to actually get shot.
14th Aug '17 7:03:31 PM foxley
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* ''Series/MalcomInTheMiddle'': While visiting the dude ranch Francis works at, Otto and Hal go into the desert to get drunk. They start firing their guns into the air, too drunk to remember that the bullets have to come back down eventually. RealityEnsues, and a bullet falling at terminal velocity ricochets off a rock and hits Otto in the butt cheek.

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* ''Series/MalcomInTheMiddle'': ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'': While visiting the dude ranch Francis works at, Otto and Hal go into the desert to get drunk. They start firing their guns into the air, too drunk to remember that the bullets have to come back down eventually. RealityEnsues, and a bullet falling at terminal velocity ricochets off a rock and hits Otto in the butt cheek.
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