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22nd Jul '16 3:56:28 PM Fan
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* In ''AliceInWonderland2010'', After Alice is left naked due to her clothes being torn off after becoming giant, she's only seen from the shoulders up due to SceneryCensor.
15th Jun '16 6:40:13 PM ChesterPolarbear
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* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll6334RqecQ#t=3m37s this scene]] Kendra Reilly [[WalkingSwimsuitScene wears a monokini]] when she goes swimming with Cody Madison in the "Baywatch Down Under" episode of ''Series/{{Baywatch}}''.

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* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll6334RqecQ#t=3m37s com/watch?v=wGLjb3-ngsQ#t=3m22s this scene]] Kendra Reilly [[WalkingSwimsuitScene wears a monokini]] when she goes swimming with Cody Madison in the "Baywatch Down Under" episode of ''Series/{{Baywatch}}''.
11th May '16 9:01:09 PM SamCurt
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* The trope picture comes from the first episode of ''Manga/ThreeLeavesThreeColors'', during the PublicBathhouseScene.
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9th May '16 12:53:17 AM StFan
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* Bugle Boy Jeans: In a famous commercial from the late 1980s, a Ferrari is seen driving down a desert highway, and a young man is walking down the shoulder, when the car comes to a sudden stop. The car's driver rolls down the passenger-side window … to reveal to show an incredibly sexy, bare-shouldered woman behind the wheel, asking, "Excuse me, are those Bugle Boy jeans you're wearing?" The young man says yes, the woman replies, "Thank you," before she speeds off – leaving the hapless hitchhiker disappointed.
** The woman in the commercial was Annabel Schofield, 25 at the time of filming. Schofield reprised her role in a spoof of the commercial for Ace Hardware. The man walking down the road is NFL coaching legend John Madden.

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* Bugle Boy Jeans: In a famous commercial from the late 1980s, a Ferrari is seen driving down a desert highway, and a young man is walking down the shoulder, when the car comes to a sudden stop. The car's driver rolls down the passenger-side window … window... to reveal to show an incredibly sexy, bare-shouldered woman behind the wheel, asking, "Excuse me, are those Bugle Boy jeans you're wearing?" The young man says yes, the woman replies, "Thank you," before she speeds off -- leaving the hapless hitchhiker disappointed.
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disappointed. The woman in the commercial was Annabel Schofield, 25 at the time of filming. Schofield reprised her role in a spoof of the commercial for Ace Hardware. The man walking down the road is NFL coaching legend John Madden.

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* {{In-Universe}} example: In ''{{Porkys}} Revenge'', after the girls promised the guys an orgy after they won the big game, they all went into a swimming pool at night. The girls proceeded to seductively pull down their straps (while standing with their shoulders above the surface) then threw their swimsuits out of the water. In reality, [[spoiler:they actually divested ''spare'' swimsuits; the suits whose straps they pulled remained on]].

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* {{In-Universe}} InUniverse example: In ''{{Porkys}} ''Film/{{Porkys}} Revenge'', after the girls promised the guys an orgy after they won the big game, they all went into a swimming pool at night. The girls proceeded to seductively pull down their straps (while standing with their shoulders above the surface) then threw their swimsuits out of the water. In reality, [[spoiler:they actually divested ''spare'' swimsuits; the suits whose straps they pulled remained on]].



* In ''How To Beat the High Co$t of Living'', a naked Elaine (Jane Curtain) is shown from the shoulders up after she [[YouCanLeaveYourHatOn performs an impromptu striptease]] to distract the crowd and security from the ongoing heist.

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* ''Series/BabylonFive'': Lyta appears this way during the show's only sex scene, between her and Byron. Combined with ToplessnessFromTheBack.

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* In ''How To to Beat the High Co$t of Living'', a naked Elaine (Jane Curtain) is shown from the shoulders up after she [[YouCanLeaveYourHatOn performs an impromptu striptease]] to distract the crowd and security from the ongoing heist.

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* ''Series/BabylonFive'': ''Series/BabylonFive'':
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Lyta appears this way during the show's only sex scene, between her and Byron. Combined with ToplessnessFromTheBack.



* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'''s title character demonstrates this trope at least twice: in Season 2's "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered" when a potioned-up Buffy tries to seduce Xander, and in Season 6's "Dead Things" during a Buffy–Spike sex scene.

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title character demonstrates this trope at least twice: in Season 2's "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered" when a potioned-up Buffy tries to seduce Xander, and in Season 6's "Dead Things" during a Buffy–Spike sex scene.



* ''Series/TheHoganFamily'': The fourth season episode "The Naked Truth" centers around a painting of Sandy that is on display at an art gallery (where Mark and Willie are touring as part of a school trip). Viewers only see the painting from angles showing the shoulders upward, but it is very clear, by Mark and Willie's stunned reaction, the painting shows far more. Sandy learns about the painting and demands that its painter – an old college boyfriend, who had painted another student's nude body, but then painted on Sandy's head instead – fix the situation immediately. (He does … by painting a dress on the bottom half. He admits he had fantasized about her in college and wanted to advance their relationship.)

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* ''Series/TheHoganFamily'': The fourth season episode "The Naked Truth" centers around a painting of Sandy that is on display at an art gallery (where Mark and Willie are touring as part of a school trip). Viewers only see the painting from angles showing the shoulders upward, but it is very clear, by Mark and Willie's stunned reaction, the painting shows far more. Sandy learns about the painting and demands that its painter -- an old college boyfriend, who had painted another student's nude body, but then painted on Sandy's head instead -- fix the situation immediately. (He does … [[spoiler:He does... by painting a dress on the bottom half. He admits he had fantasized about her in college and wanted to advance their relationship.)]]



** Lwaxana Troi attended her own wedding naked as it is Betazed tradition. Majel Barret was filmed from the shoulders up.

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** Lwaxana Troi attended attends her own wedding naked as it is Betazed tradition. Majel Barret was filmed from the shoulders up.



* One infamous example from ''{{Series/iCarly}}'' where the girls were in changing booths. There was the implication that they were topless, but all you really saw were their shoulders. You'd think that this being a kids show, with actual under-18 actresses, that the girls would be wearing something underneath. Except Sam really WAS topless and they had to re-film the scene after the episode aired to eliminate the nip-slip that occurred. Oops!

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* One infamous example from ''{{Series/iCarly}}'' ''Series/ICarly'' where the girls were in changing booths. There was the implication that they were topless, but all you really saw were their shoulders. You'd think that this being a kids show, with actual under-18 actresses, that the girls would be wearing something underneath. Except Sam really WAS topless and they had to re-film the scene after the episode aired to eliminate the nip-slip that occurred. Oops!




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* Many women's magazines will show models with this trope in simple photos depicting hairstyles, makeovers or both. Presumably, this is done to avoid bias, or so clothes don't add to or subtract from the new look.

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9th May '16 12:41:08 AM StFan
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13th Apr '16 1:41:15 PM AnotherDuck
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* A staple in commercials for soap, shampoo, and any number of bath and beauty products.
13th Apr '16 1:40:56 PM AnotherDuck
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* Sometimes, a photo might be posted online of a group of young women implied to be skinny dipping; they're in a pool, probably at night, with everything below the shoulders blocked by the edge of the pool deck. (More likely, they were really wearing swimsuits, but pulled down any straps for the picture to invoke this trope.)
21st Feb '16 4:11:00 PM Morgenthaler
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* Done in the first ''Film/AustinPowers'' film with Austin and Alotta Fagina, in a hot tub.

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* Done in the first ''Film/AustinPowers'' film ''Film/AustinPowersInternationalManOfMystery'' with Austin and Alotta Fagina, in a hot tub.
9th Nov '15 10:23:00 AM ChesterPolarbear
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* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll6334RqecQ#t=3m37s this scene]] Kendra Reilly's topless when she goes swimming with Cody Madison in the "Baywatch Down Under" episode of ''Series/{{Baywatch}}''.

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* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll6334RqecQ#t=3m37s this scene]] Kendra Reilly's topless Reilly [[WalkingSwimsuitScene wears a monokini]] when she goes swimming with Cody Madison in the "Baywatch Down Under" episode of ''Series/{{Baywatch}}''.
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