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3rd Apr '16 3:22:22 PM WillKeaton
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* WesternAnimation/TuffPuppy in the episode "Mind Trap" Snaptrap predicts Dudley and Kitty coming into the base with the mind reading helmet so he throws a bunch of marbles right where they're coming from and they trip.

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* WesternAnimation/TuffPuppy in ''WesternAnimation/TuffPuppy'': In the episode "Mind Trap" Snaptrap predicts Dudley and Kitty coming into the base with the mind reading helmet so he throws a bunch of marbles right where they're coming from and they trip.
29th Feb '16 12:00:55 AM Knight20
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* WesternAnimation/TuffPuppy in the episode "Mind Trap" Snaptrap predicts Dudley and Kitty coming into the base with the mind reading helmet so he throws a bunch of marbles right where they're coming from and they trip.
28th Feb '16 11:57:14 PM Knight20
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* ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}''. Film/JamesBond uses an oil slick device in his CoolCar to send a pursuing Mook car to its doom.
* The villains in the live-action ''Film/InspectorGadget'' film use this to make the protagonist's car slip, eventually making it flip over and tumble.



* KITT from ''Series/KnightRider'' does this regularly. One spectacular use of it involved causing a pursuing Armoured Assault Vehicle to slide out of control and unable to stop, and at the last minute turbo boosting over a storage depot while the pursuer plowed into it, blowing the depot and itself up in the process.



* The vehicles in Steve Jackson Games' ''TabletopGame/CarWars'' have this as an optional extra. For a little extra, it can be ON FIRE.



* The G-6155 Interceptor from ''VideoGame/SpyHunter''.
* You could install one in the second ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' game. Lay some slick down and watch the fun.



!!!Vehicles that can deploy OilSlick behind them to foil pursuit:

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}''. Film/JamesBond uses an oil slick device in his CoolCar to send a pursuing Mook car to its doom.
* The villains in the live-action ''Film/InspectorGadget'' film use this to make the protagonist's car slip, eventually making it flip over and tumble.

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!!!Vehicles that can deploy OilSlick behind them to foil pursuit:

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* ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}''. Film/JamesBond uses ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}'': Lady Penelope's Rolls-Royce limousine, the FAB 1, is equipped with an oil slick device in his CoolCar to send a slick. It also has some heavy weaponry if bad guys pursuing Mook car it proves too persistent to its doom.
* The villains in the live-action ''Film/InspectorGadget'' film use this to make the protagonist's car slip, eventually making it flip over and tumble.
be deterred by this.




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* KITT from ''Series/KnightRider'' does this regularly. One spectacular use of it involved causing a pursuing Armoured Assault Vehicle to slide out of control and unable to stop, and at the last minute turbo boosting over a storage depot while the pursuer plowed into it, blowing the depot and itself up in the process.
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* ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}'': Lady Penelope's Rolls-Royce limousine, the FAB 1, is equipped with an oil slick. It also has some heavy weaponry if bad guys pursuing it proves too persistent to be deterred by this.
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The vehicles in Steve Jackson Games' ''TabletopGame/CarWars'' have this as an optional extra. For a little extra, it can be ON FIRE.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* The G-6155 Interceptor from ''VideoGame/SpyHunter''.
* You could install one in the second ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' game. Lay some slick down and watch the fun.
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6th Jan '16 7:39:45 PM nombretomado
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* In Scooby Doo: Night of 100 Frights, there are areas which are covered in oil or are just generally slippery, which hinder Scooby's progress until he manages to find the professor's Plunger invention - after which walking on slippery surfaces becomes a cinch. Ruins going down the slide in the playground, mind you.
* Sub Zero could ice a patch of the ground in some of the MortalKombat games. Typically the victim would slide forward.

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* In Scooby Doo: Night of 100 Frights, ''VideoGame/ScoobyDooNightOf100Frights'', there are areas which are covered in oil or are just generally slippery, which hinder Scooby's progress until he manages to find the professor's Plunger invention - after which walking on slippery surfaces becomes a cinch. Ruins going down the slide in the playground, mind you.
* Sub Zero could ice a patch of the ground in some of the MortalKombat ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' games. Typically the victim would slide forward.



* ThatOneLevel for some of the SoulCalibur campaign modes would have the floor act like this. Even worse when it's just you skidding all over, whereas the opponent is as solid as a rock.

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* ThatOneLevel for some of the SoulCalibur ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'' campaign modes would have the floor act like this. Even worse when it's just you skidding all over, whereas the opponent is as solid as a rock.
6th Jan '16 8:47:31 AM Morgenthaler
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9th Dec '15 5:47:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* One of the options in the first WorldHeroes 'Death Match' matches was two spots of oil or grease.

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* One of the options in the first WorldHeroes VideoGame/WorldHeroes 'Death Match' matches was two spots of oil or grease.
29th Nov '15 12:30:59 AM Morgenthaler
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[[RuleOfThree Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)]]\\
[[OverlyLongGag Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)]]
-->-- '''[[TheDitz Ed]]''', ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''

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[[RuleOfThree Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)]]\\
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Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)]]
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-->-- '''[[TheDitz Ed]]''', '''Ed''', ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy''
28th Nov '15 8:29:18 PM TheGunheart
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* In ''VideoGame/CarriesOrderUp'', leaky pipes start leaving puddles on the diner floor. You can walk right through them with ease, but [[EverythingsBetterWithSpinning trying to spin through them]], which normally lets you avoid colliding with customers, will leave you flat on your butt.
9th Oct '15 2:54:54 PM StFan
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9th Oct '15 2:49:01 PM StFan
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->Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)
->Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)
->[[RuleOfThree Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)]]
->[[OverlyLongGag Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)]]

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->Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)
->Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)
->[[RuleOfThree
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Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)]]
->[[OverlyLongGag
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[[RuleOfThree Slide on the soap! (runs up soapy slope, slides back down)]]\\
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* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': In the manga, Ranma, after becoming annoyed by Ryoga [[TwoTimerDate trying to date Akari and Akane at the same time]], pretends to be Ryoga's maid. He intentionally makes the floor wet so Ryoga will slip and Akane will discover what he's been up to.

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* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': In the manga, Ranma, after becoming annoyed by Ryoga Ryōga [[TwoTimerDate trying to date Akari and Akane at the same time]], pretends to be Ryoga's Ryōga's maid. He She intentionally makes waxes the floor wet so Ryoga will slip and Akane will discover what he's been up to.
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* Comicbook/{{Tintin}} cracks open an abacus in a chase scene from ''The Secret of the Unicorn''. He also does the same thing with a barrel of oil in ''Tintin and the Lake of Sharks''.
* There's one early-ish issue of ''Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}'', before things got DarkerAndEdgier, where the floor gets covered in pool balls. DD, having the Radar Sense, is able to run and jump around anyway. His opponent, not so much. Daredevil remarks in thought caption that it's easier to recover from defeat than humiliation.

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* Comicbook/{{Tintin}} ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'':
** Tintin
cracks open an abacus in a chase scene from ''The Secret of the Unicorn''. Unicorn''.
**
He also does the same thing with a barrel of oil in ''Tintin and the Lake of Sharks''.
* There's one early-ish issue of ''Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'', before things got DarkerAndEdgier, where the floor gets covered in pool balls. DD, having the Radar Sense, is able to run and jump around anyway. His opponent, not so much. Daredevil remarks in thought caption that it's easier to recover from defeat than humiliation.



* Averted in ''SinCity'' despite a few chase scenes happening in the snow.

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* Averted in ''SinCity'' ''ComicBook/SinCity'' despite a few chase scenes happening in the snow.
snow.



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* The eponymous hero of ''HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality'' uses transfigurated bearing balls during battles.

* During the climax of ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'', John instantly coats the rooftop of the warehouse with wet ice, causing everyone except him to lose their footing and go crashing down, thus rendering them incapable of casting spells at him while he races to the trap door in the roof.

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* The eponymous hero of ''HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality'' uses transfigurated bearing balls during battles.

* During the climax of ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'', John instantly coats the rooftop of the warehouse with wet ice, causing everyone except him to lose their footing
''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'' had a "Ball Bearings, Bananas, Roller Skates & Floor Wax" factory, where numerous people were suffering pratfalls and go crashing down, thus rendering them incapable of casting spells at him while he races to the trap door in the roof.
slippage.



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* ''ThreeNinjas'' did this with an oiled wooden floor and jelly beans.

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[[folder:Fan Works]]
* ''ThreeNinjas'' did The eponymous hero of ''Fanfic/HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality'' uses transfigurated bearing balls during battles.
* During the climax of ''Fanfic/WithStringsAttached'', John instantly coats the rooftop of the warehouse with wet ice, causing everyone except him to lose their footing and go crashing down, thus rendering them incapable of casting spells at him while he races to the trap door in the roof.
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[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'':
** In the opening cartoon, Roger slips on both a rolling pin and a bar of soap.
** Judge Doom pours "the dip" on the road, causing Benny the Cab to skid. Although given that Benny screams and crashes and his tires look shredded, the dip is probably actually burning Benny's wheels off.
** Later, Judge Doom himself slips on some Toon "Eye Balls" and falls.
* In the film ''Anime/PokemonRangerAndTheTempleOfTheSea'', the Pokémon Ranger of the title causes several EvilMinions to slip and fall by overturning a basket of potatoes (yes, potatoes!) under their feet.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'', Rodney fights Fender in a tug of war to get his foot back, with the pair of them fighting while trying to keep their balance on a large number of ball bearings. Fender eventually loses his balance and falls over, losing his head quite literally in the process.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/ThreeNinjas'' does
this with an oiled wooden floor and jelly beans.



* The 2008 ''Film/GetSmart'' movie did this with a fallen hanging bead curtain.
--> Maxwell Smart: "I set that up."

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* The 2008 ''Film/GetSmart'' movie did does this with a fallen hanging bead curtain.
--> Maxwell Smart: "I -->'''Maxwell Smart:''' I set that up."



* In ''HomeAlone'', Kevin sprayed water on the outside steps that froze into ice, in addition to placing MicroMachines in front of the inside stairway.
** In the sequel, he bought some cheap necklaces from a street vendor and spilled their beads onto the sidewalk, which the bandits promptly slipped on. Later, Marv stepped onto a slippery floor (courtesy of Kevin), struggled to keep his balance, managed to stop himself for just a moment, and then ''finally'' lost his balance...[[RuleOfFunny propelling him forward into a shelf loaded with paint cans in spite of the laws of physics.]] Finally, Kevin ''himself'' slipped on ice, getting himself caught.
* ''Film/{{Hook}}'' featured an elaborate marble/bead-shooting apparatus.

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* In ''HomeAlone'', ''Film/HomeAlone'':
**
Kevin sprayed sprays water on the outside steps that froze into ice, in addition to placing MicroMachines VideoGame/MicroMachines in front of the inside stairway.
** In the sequel, he bought buys some cheap necklaces from a street vendor and spilled spills their beads onto the sidewalk, which the bandits promptly slipped slip on. Later, Marv stepped steps onto a slippery floor (courtesy of Kevin), struggled struggles to keep his balance, managed manages to stop himself for just a moment, and then ''finally'' lost loses his balance...balance... [[RuleOfFunny propelling him forward into a shelf loaded with paint cans in spite of the laws of physics.]] Finally, Kevin ''himself'' slipped slips on ice, getting himself caught.
* ''Film/{{Hook}}'' featured features an elaborate marble/bead-shooting apparatus.



* In the film ''Anime/PokemonRangerAndTheTempleOfTheSea'', the Pokémon Ranger of the title causes several EvilMinions to slip and fall by overturning a basket of potatoes (yes, potatoes!) under their feet.



* ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'':
** Judge Doom pours "the dip" on the road, causing Benny the Cab to skid.
*** Although the dip is probably actually burning Benny's wheels off. At least, that's how I've always understood it.
**** Given that Benny screams and crashes and his tires look shredded, I'd say yes, yes it did.
** Later, Judge Doom himself slips on some Toon "Eye Balls" and falls.
** And in the opening cartoon, Roger slips on both a rolling pin and a bar of soap.



* In the film ''Robots'', Rodney fights Fender in a tug of war to get his foot back, with the pair of them fighting while trying to keep their balance on a large number of ball bearings. Fender eventually loses his balance and falls over, losing his head quite literally in the process.




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* In ''Film/TheMadAdventuresOfRabbiJacob'', Victor Pivert is chased by bad guys inside a bubblegum factory. When cornered, he opens up a huge holder of bubblegum beads, sending them rolling under his pursuers' feet. After doomed efforts at staying upright, they finally fall and skid down some stairs, and then down a chute to end up into a vat of green liquid gum.



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** "That's not a plan, Harry, that's a Looney Tune."

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** "That's -->"That's not a plan, Harry, that's a Looney Tune."
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[[folder: Live Action TV ]]

* Happened to Wesley on ''Series/{{Angel}}'' after the titular character attempts - and fails - to use his superstrength to crush coffee beans still in the bag. Results in a classic [[ThePratfall pratfall]], something Wesley's actor is apparently quite fond of.
** He'd have liked [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Graduation]] then, when Angel tries to sneak into where Buffy is searching for clues he slips and stumbles through the door. Buffy lampshades both his smooth moves and David Boreanaz's clumsiness as Angel feebly makes excuses.
* Similarly subverted in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "Robot". The Doctor tosses ball bearings into the path of the titular robot, only for it to squash them flat.
* ''Series/{{Jackass}}'' has done it a few times.

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* Happened Happens to Wesley on ''Series/{{Angel}}'' after the titular title character attempts - -- and fails - -- to use his superstrength to crush coffee beans still in the bag. Results in a classic [[ThePratfall pratfall]], something Wesley's actor is apparently quite fond of.
** He'd have liked [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Graduation]] then, when * ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', "Graduation": When Angel tries to sneak into where Buffy is searching for clues clues, he slips and stumbles through the door. Buffy lampshades both his smooth moves and David Boreanaz's Angel's clumsiness as Angel he feebly makes excuses.
* Similarly subverted Subverted in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial "Robot". The Doctor tosses ball bearings into the path of the titular title robot, only for it to squash them flat.
* %%* ''Series/{{Jackass}}'' has done it a few times.



* Mr Mash and Mr Lucas staged one of these in ''AreYouBeingServed'' in an attempt to get Mr Lucas off work for the day. Mash makes a big show of spilling cleaning fluid on the stairs, then loudly moans in Mr Lucas' direction that he hopes no one slips on it.

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* Mr Mash and Mr Lucas staged one of these in ''AreYouBeingServed'' ''Series/AreYouBeingServed'' in an attempt to get Mr Lucas off work for the day. Mash makes a big show of spilling cleaning fluid on the stairs, then loudly moans in Mr Lucas' direction that he hopes no one slips on it.
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* In Music/WeirdAlYankovic's "Like a Surgeon", one of the surgery attendants slips on the still-beating heart that escapes from the clumsy surgeon's hands.



[[folder: Newspaper Comics ]]

* ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'' had a "Ball Bearings, Bananas, Roller Skates & Floor Wax" factory, where numerous people were suffering pratfalls and slippage.

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* ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'' had a "Ball Bearings, Bananas, Roller Skates & Floor Wax" factory, where numerous people were suffering pratfalls and slippage.

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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]



* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has first-level 'Grease' spell for this purpose from AD&D1 expansions on. Even magical item -- Oil of Slipperiness.
** ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' of AD&D2 era added 'Grease Slick' that has greater area and duration, is cast silently, and instead of one surface sprays everything. Which sometimes is worth a spell of the same level as fireball.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''
** The
first-level 'Grease' "Grease" spell exists for this purpose from AD&D1 since ''AD&D1'' expansions on. Even and on.
** Also a dedicated
magical item -- Oil of Slipperiness.
** ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' of AD&D2 era added 'Grease Slick' "Grease Slick" that has greater area and duration, is cast silently, and instead of one surface sprays everything. Which sometimes is worth a spell of the same level as fireball.Fireball.






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[[folder: Western Animation ]]

* Done hilariously in a ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon, where Sylvester greases up Elmer Fudd's stairs and thumb-tacks his walkway in an attempt to deter him from interrupting his caterwauling. The hilarious part is that after having going through all that, Elmer then runs through it again to go inside and get his shotgun, and then runs through it a ''third'' time. (Funny how he doesn't bother to put on shoes.)

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[[folder: Western Animation ]]

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes:
**
Done hilariously in a ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon, cartoon where Sylvester greases up Elmer Fudd's stairs and thumb-tacks his walkway in an attempt to deter him from interrupting his caterwauling. The hilarious part is that after having going through all that, Elmer then runs through it again to go inside and get his shotgun, and then runs through it a ''third'' time. (Funny how he doesn't bother to put on shoes.)



** Wile E. Coyote uses grease either to immobilize the Road Runner or to generate speed for himself - it never works out well.

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** Wile E. Coyote uses grease either to immobilize the Road Runner or to generate speed for himself - -- it never works out well.



* Subverted in the first ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' crossover with ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. The Joker throws a bunch of marbles on the floor to make good on his escape from the pair. Superman thinks he must be kidding, but it's quickly revealed that these are exploding marbles, and the good guys are forced to make a hasty escape.
** Joker does it again in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', this time to the Flash. First he slips on them, and ''then'' they blow up, sending him flying.

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* Franchise/{{DCAU}}:
**
Subverted in the first ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' crossover with ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. The Joker throws a bunch of marbles on the floor to make good on his escape from the pair. Superman thinks he must be kidding, but it's quickly revealed that these are exploding marbles, and the good guys are forced to make a hasty escape.
** Joker does it again in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', this time to the Flash. First he slips on them, the beads, and ''then'' they blow up, sending him flying.flying.
** Used in TheMovie of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' to knock down the Didis.



* Another subversion as ''TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' unleashes bowling balls onto the floor of a sporting goods store in an attempt to stop The Rhino. [[GenreSavvy "This always works in the cartoons!"]] It doesn't work.
* Used in TheMovie of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' to knock down the Didis.

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* Another subversion as ''TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' unleashes bowling balls onto the floor of a sporting goods store in an attempt to stop The Rhino. [[GenreSavvy "This always works in the cartoons!"]] It doesn't work.
* Used in TheMovie of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' to knock down the Didis.
work.



* In the ClassicDisneyShort ''Mickey's Service Station'', a hydraulic hoist pops out of its shaft with a car on it - Goofy grabs it, and while struggling to hold it up, gets caught on a puddle of spilled oil and goes into a slipping maladroit dance.

Vehicles that can deploy OilSlick behind them to foil pursuit:

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* In the ClassicDisneyShort WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShort ''Mickey's Service Station'', a hydraulic hoist pops out of its shaft with a car on it - Goofy grabs it, and while struggling to hold it up, gets caught on a puddle of spilled oil and goes into a slipping maladroit dance.

Vehicles that can deploy OilSlick behind them to foil pursuit:
dance.



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!!!Vehicles that can deploy OilSlick behind them to foil pursuit:

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* The villains in the live-action ''Film/InspectorGadget'' film use this to make the protagonist's car slip, eventually making it flip over and tumble.



[[folder: Live Action TV ]]

* KITT from ''Series/KnightRider'' did this regularly. One spectacular use of it involved causing a pursuing Armoured Assault Vehicle to slide out of control and unable to stop, and at the last minute turbo boosting over a storage depot while the pursuer plowed into it, blowing the depot and itself up in the process.
* The villains in the live-action InspectorGadget film used this to make the protagonist's car slip, eventually making it flip over and tumble.

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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* KITT from ''Series/KnightRider'' did does this regularly. One spectacular use of it involved causing a pursuing Armoured Assault Vehicle to slide out of control and unable to stop, and at the last minute turbo boosting over a storage depot while the pursuer plowed into it, blowing the depot and itself up in the process.
* The villains in the live-action InspectorGadget film used this to make the protagonist's car slip, eventually making it flip over and tumble.
process.



[[folder: Tabletop Games ]]

* The vehicles in Steve Jackson Games' ''CarWars'' have this as an optional extra. For a little extra, it can be ON FIRE.

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* The vehicles in Steve Jackson Games' ''CarWars'' have this as ''Series/{{Thunderbirds}}'': Lady Penelope's Rolls-Royce limousine, the FAB 1, is equipped with an optional extra. For a little extra, oil slick. It also has some heavy weaponry if bad guys pursuing it can proves too persistent to be ON FIRE.
deterred by this.



[[folder: Video Games ]]

* The G-6155 Interceptor from ''SpyHunter''.
* You could install one in the second GrandTheftAuto game. Lay some slick down and watch the fun.

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[[folder: Video Games ]]

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The G-6155 Interceptor from ''SpyHunter''.
* You could install one
vehicles in the second GrandTheftAuto game. Lay some slick down and watch the fun.
Steve Jackson Games' ''TabletopGame/CarWars'' have this as an optional extra. For a little extra, it can be ON FIRE.


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* The G-6155 Interceptor from ''VideoGame/SpyHunter''.
* You could install one in the second ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' game. Lay some slick down and watch the fun.
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