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30th Dec '17 9:13:42 AM RisefromYourGrave
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'', 625 finds an inactive experiment, which is labeled with its number like all the others. Gantu looks up its number (611), discovering that it is an "unstoppable superweapon", and sends it to Hamsterveil, reporting that ''he'' found it. 625, angered by Gantu taking credit for his discovery, warns him of [[LaserGuidedKarma karma]] coming back to bite him, and it does: the experiment was actually 119, which was a much less useful experiment Hamsterveil did not actually want to deal with.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'', 625 finds an inactive experiment, which is labeled with its number like all the others. Gantu looks up its number (611), discovering that it is an "unstoppable superweapon", and sends it to Hamsterveil, Hämsterviel, reporting that ''he'' found it. 625, angered by Gantu taking credit for his discovery, warns him of [[LaserGuidedKarma karma]] coming back to bite him, and it does: the experiment was actually 119, which was a much less useful experiment Hamsterveil Hämsterviel did not actually want to deal with.
10th Dec '17 10:11:32 AM hollow49
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* ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}} in Britain'': Asterix and friends get the address (number IV in a row of identical suburban huts) of the thief who stole their barrel of magic potion. But when they bust down the door, it turns out to be a perfectly ordinary couple living at number IV (the I fell off).

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* ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}} in Britain'': Asterix and friends get the address (number IV VI in a row of identical suburban huts) of the thief who stole their barrel of magic potion. But when they bust down the door, it turns out to be a perfectly ordinary couple living at number IV VII (the I fell off).
10th Oct '17 10:05:45 PM Kayube
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* Pops up every so often in the ''Franchise/ProfessorLayton'' games. If a puzzle requires you to manipulate a set of numbered tokens which can be freely rotated, it's probably a good idea to assume this trope is in play.

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* Pops up every so often in the ''Franchise/ProfessorLayton'' games. If a puzzle requires you to manipulate a set of numbered tokens which can be freely rotated, it's probably a good idea to assume this trope is in play. Alongside 6 becoming 9 and vice versa, you can often find plus signs rotating 45 degrees to become times signs, or minus signs rotating 90 degrees to become 1s.
3rd Oct '17 5:34:34 AM shokoshu
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** A band named themselves "If Six Was Nine" after his song.
8th Sep '17 8:05:53 AM AkiTendo
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* Ever hear about the blonde hired as a proofreader at the M&M factory? She was fired for tossing out all the 3's E's and W's.
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8th Aug '17 2:58:20 PM ngh93
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode "Born to Be Wild", 'W' is 'M'. [=SpongeBob=] rips the letter 'W' from the shirt of a biker belonging to [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels a scary gang, the Wild Ones]]. The biker actually belongs to a much tamer group, the ''Mild'' Ones. The 'W' and 'M' were allegedly mixed up in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" as well; when [=SpongeBob=] shrinks people and things with Mermaid Man's belt, Patrick tells him he has it set to M for "mini" instead of W for "[[PerfectlyCromulentWord wumbo]]." This doesn't seem to do anything, but [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike Mermaid Man's later comment indicates there really is a "wumbo" setting.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' episode ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants''
** The 'W' and 'M' were allegedly mixed up in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" as well; when [=SpongeBob=] shrinks people and things with Mermaid Man's belt, Patrick tells him he has it set to M for "mini" instead of W for "[[PerfectlyCromulentWord wumbo]]." This doesn't seem to do anything, but [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike Mermaid Man's later comment indicates there really is a "wumbo" setting.]]
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"Born to Be Wild", 'W' is 'M'. [=SpongeBob=] rips the letter 'W' from the shirt of a biker belonging to [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels a scary gang, the Wild Ones]]. The biker actually belongs to a much tamer group, the ''Mild'' Ones. The 'W' and 'M' were allegedly mixed up in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" as well; when [=SpongeBob=] shrinks people and things with Mermaid Man's belt, Patrick tells him he has it set to M for "mini" instead of W for "[[PerfectlyCromulentWord wumbo]]." This doesn't seem to do anything, but [[StrangeMindsThinkAlike Mermaid Man's later comment indicates there really is a "wumbo" setting.]]
15th Jul '17 10:35:20 AM nombretomado
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* Something like that happened in the French/British Film ''La Grande Vadrouille'', set during WorldWarII, with hotel rooms 6 and 9.

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* Something like that happened in the French/British Film ''La Grande Vadrouille'', set during WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, with hotel rooms 6 and 9.
2nd Apr '17 3:11:12 PM jormis29
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* There is also another example of 'W' is 'M' in ''[[Franchise/ScoobyDoo The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries]]'' episode "A Nutcracker Scoob". Daphne finds a lapel pin on the floor with the initials W.N. on it, which everyone believes stands for Winslow Nickelby. In the end, it turns out that they were holding the lapel pin upside-down so the correct initials were N.M. for Nanette Musette.

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* There is also another example of 'W' is 'M' in ''[[Franchise/ScoobyDoo The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries]]'' ''WesternAnimation/TheNewScoobyDooMysteries'' episode "A Nutcracker Scoob". Daphne finds a lapel pin on the floor with the initials W.N. on it, which everyone believes stands for Winslow Nickelby. In the end, it turns out that they were holding the lapel pin upside-down so the correct initials were N.M. for Nanette Musette.
19th Feb '17 10:58:41 PM TheGreatUnknown
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': The official answer to "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsWhoShotMrBurns Who Shot Mr. Burns?]]" involves a clue where Burns left when he fell on the town sundial, pointing to W and S which implicates [[spoiler:Waylon Smithers]] - except from his angle, he was pointing to M and S for [[spoiler:Maggie Simpson]], the true culprit.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': The official answer to "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsWhoShotMrBurns Who Shot Mr. Burns?]]" involves a clue where Burns left when he fell on the town sundial, pointing to W and S which implicates [[spoiler:Waylon Smithers]] - except from his angle, he was pointing to M and S for [[spoiler:Maggie Simpson]], the true culprit. Notably, they actually ''did'' consider this before, since (despite having no motive) it could still have implicated [[spoiler:Moe Szyslak]] as a RedHerring.
11th Feb '17 12:42:43 PM eroock
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* In the [[https://youtu.be/1eBLNzbHyi0?t=256 music video]] for Music/{{Madonna}}'s "What It Feels Like For A Girl", Madonna shuts her motel room door with the number 669, causing the 9 to swirl around and build [[NumberOfTheBeast 666]].
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