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20th Aug '16 6:54:41 PM Monolaf317
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': The kids are finally fed up with Cartman and decide to give him the silent treatment. As a result, he thinks he's dead and a ghost. Butters, who is unaware of the pact, talks to Cartman and Cartman convinces Butters that [[Film/TheSixthSense he can see dead people]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': The In "The Death Of Eric Cartman", the kids are finally fed up with Cartman and decide to give him the silent treatment. As a result, he thinks he's dead and a ghost. Butters, who is unaware of the pact, talks to Cartman and Cartman convinces Butters that [[Film/TheSixthSense he can see dead people]].people]].
* During [[BreakUpMakeUpScenario the Sardonyx arc]] of ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Garnet gives this to Pearl (well, at least up until the ending of "Keystone Motel").
1st Jul '16 9:25:23 PM Kartoonkid95
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* In the ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' series, this is a favourite tactic of both Vernon Dursley and Severus Snape. Harry is quite relieved when Snape uses it against him, as it means that he doesn't have to suffer anything worse.

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* In the ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' series, this is a favourite favorite tactic of both Vernon Dursley and Severus Snape. Harry is quite relieved when Snape uses it against him, as it means that he doesn't have to suffer anything worse.




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* In an episode of ''Series/FullHouse'', D.J. goes into silent disapproval when she catches Danny, Jesse and Joey spying on her while on a date. When D.J. obeys their pleas to talk with them and viciously rips into them for their actions, Jesse remarks that they were probably better off with the silent treatment.



* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': The kids are finally fed up with Cartman and decide to give him the silent treatment. As a result, he thinks he's dead and a ghost. Butters, the only one not in on the decision, talks to Cartman and Cartman convinces Butters that [[Film/TheSixthSense he can see dead people]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': The kids are finally fed up with Cartman and decide to give him the silent treatment. As a result, he thinks he's dead and a ghost. Butters, who is unaware of the only one not in on the decision, pact, talks to Cartman and Cartman convinces Butters that [[Film/TheSixthSense he can see dead people]].
22nd Jun '16 7:05:00 PM Pichu-kun
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* In Creator/ThomasCostain's novel ''Literature/TheBlackRose'', Walter's grandfather has made an oath never to speak to him; he now regrets it, but [[IGaveMyWord he gave his word]]. Near the end of the novel, after Walter's successful adventures in the Orient, his grandfather accidentally addresses Walter directly three times, and decides he can consider the oath permanently broken.
* In ''[[Literature/PinocchiosSister Pinocchio's Sister]]'', ventriloquist Mr. Rosedale has become completely wrapped up in his dummy Iris, to the point of neglecting his daughter, Martha. After Martha has an outburst at Iris in the park, her father does not speak to her for hours.

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* In Creator/ThomasCostain's Thomas Costain's novel ''Literature/TheBlackRose'', ''The Black Rose'', Walter's grandfather has made an oath never to speak to him; he now regrets it, but [[IGaveMyWord he gave his word]]. Near the end of the novel, after Walter's successful adventures in the Orient, his grandfather accidentally addresses Walter directly three times, and decides he can consider the oath permanently broken.
* In ''[[Literature/PinocchiosSister Pinocchio's Sister]]'', ''Literature/PinocchiosSister'', ventriloquist Mr. Rosedale has become completely wrapped up in his dummy Iris, to the point of neglecting his daughter, Martha. After Martha has an outburst at Iris in the park, her father does not speak to her for hours.
22nd Jun '16 7:03:26 PM Pichu-kun
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* The film ''Good Morning'' is about two brothers in 1950s Japan who refuse to talk to anyone but each other until their parents give in and buy a television set.
14th Apr '16 10:58:16 PM HeroGal2347
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* In ''Literature/PinocchiosSister'', ventriloquist Mr. Rosedale has become completely wrapped up in his dummy Iris, to the point of neglecting his daughter, Martha. After Martha has an outburst at Iris in the park, her father does not speak to her for hours.

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* In ''Literature/PinocchiosSister'', ''[[Literature/PinocchiosSister Pinocchio's Sister]]'', ventriloquist Mr. Rosedale has become completely wrapped up in his dummy Iris, to the point of neglecting his daughter, Martha. After Martha has an outburst at Iris in the park, her father does not speak to her for hours.
14th Apr '16 10:57:31 PM HeroGal2347
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* In ''Literature/PinocchiosSister'', ventriloquist Mr. Rosedale has become completely wrapped up in his dummy Iris, to the point of neglecting his daughter, Martha. After Martha has an outburst at Iris in the park, her father does not speak to her for hours.
9th Apr '16 1:11:50 PM LondonKdS
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'', Emp has a tendency to do this to Thugboy when he pisses her off. Cue parody ImagineSpots of him fighting his way through blizzards...

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'', Emp has a tendency to do this to Thugboy when he pisses her off. Cue parody ImagineSpots {{Imagine Spot}}s of him fighting his way through blizzards...
9th Apr '16 1:11:29 PM LondonKdS
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'', Emp has a tendency to do this to Thugboy when he pisses her off. Cue parody ImagineSpots of him fighting his way through blizzards...
8th Apr '16 6:39:08 AM Koveras
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* Elika gives the Prince the silent treatment for most of the "Epilogue" add-on to ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia2008'', after he [[spoiler:brings her back to life by releasing Ahriman all over again]].

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* Elika gives the Prince the silent treatment for most of the "Epilogue" add-on to ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia2008'', after he [[spoiler:brings her back to life by releasing [[spoiler:releases Ahriman all over again]].
again by bringing her back to life]].
7th Apr '16 7:33:47 PM HeroGal2347
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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone1985'': An {{invoked|Trope}} version occurs in "To See the Invisible Man". People convicted of the crime of "coldness" receive a mark on their forehead that warns everyone in society to treat them as though they weren't there, on penalty of receiving the same punishment if they don't.
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