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12th Jul '17 3:31:20 AM Kilyle
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** In another episode, Harold's then-partner Dillinger finally brings Harold the correct type of tea; Harold barely registers this enough to be grateful, but does take a couple sips while trying to work and talk at the same time. Halfway through realizing that Dillinger's got a different plan, Harold starts feeling the effects and glances at the tea cup in horror. One has to wonder if Dillinger had been faking his failure to learn/remember the right tea brand, just to have this ace in the hole. (Not to mention how much sedative was in the drink, given that two sips easily knocked Harold out within a couple minutes -- what would've happened if he had gulped it down instead?)

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** In another episode, Harold's then-partner Dillinger finally brings Harold the correct type of tea; Harold barely registers this enough to be grateful, but does take a couple sips while trying to work and talk at the same time. Halfway through realizing that Dillinger's got a different plan, Harold starts feeling the effects and glances at the tea cup in horror. One has to wonder if Dillinger had been faking his failure to learn/remember the right tea brand, just to have this ace in the hole.hole (expecting Harold to be too gratified to be suspicious). (Not to mention how much sedative was in the drink, given that two sips easily knocked Harold out within a couple minutes -- what would've happened if he had gulped it down instead?)
12th Jul '17 3:26:00 AM Kilyle
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** In another episode, Harold's then-partner Dillinger finally brings Harold the correct type of tea; Harold barely registers this enough to be grateful, but does take a couple sips while trying to work and talk at the same time. Halfway through realizing that Dillinger's got a different plan, Harold starts feeling the effects and glances at the tea cup in horror. One has to wonder if Dillinger had been faking his failure to learn/remember the right tea brand, just to have this ace in the hole.

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** In another episode, Harold's then-partner Dillinger finally brings Harold the correct type of tea; Harold barely registers this enough to be grateful, but does take a couple sips while trying to work and talk at the same time. Halfway through realizing that Dillinger's got a different plan, Harold starts feeling the effects and glances at the tea cup in horror. One has to wonder if Dillinger had been faking his failure to learn/remember the right tea brand, just to have this ace in the hole. (Not to mention how much sedative was in the drink, given that two sips easily knocked Harold out within a couple minutes -- what would've happened if he had gulped it down instead?)
12th Jul '17 3:24:26 AM Kilyle
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** In another episode, Harold's then-partner Dillinger finally brings Harold the correct type of tea; Harold barely registers this enough to be grateful, but does take a couple sips while trying to work and talk at the same time. Halfway through realizing that Dillinger's got a different plan, Harold starts feeling the effects and glances at the tea cup in horror. One has to wonder if Dillinger had been faking his failure to learn/remember the right tea brand, just to have this ace in the hole.
-->'''Harold:''' Mr. Dillinger... what have you done?
27th Mar '17 2:06:33 PM Sketchdoll
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Moxie}}'', Choco [[spoiler::is seen [[http://www.moxiecomic.com/comic/ch-1-pg-13/ drugging Mari's drink,]] which quickly causes her to [[http://www.moxiecomic.com/comic/ch-1-pg-17/ pass out.]]]]
19th Mar '17 1:31:26 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'', Sally typically knocks her creator Dr. Finkestein out by putting a plant called "Deadly Nightshade" into his food so she can sneak into the town. She's done this enough times that the doctor becomes suspicious when one of her meals is covered in an ingredient strong enough to cover the scent of anything.

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* In ''TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'', ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'', Sally typically knocks her creator Dr. Finkestein out by putting a plant called "Deadly Nightshade" into his food so she can sneak into the town. She's done this enough times that the doctor becomes suspicious when one of her meals is covered in an ingredient strong enough to cover the scent of anything.
21st Feb '17 1:43:40 AM PaulA
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* The backstory of ''VideoGame/{{Infidel}}'': The protagonist was leading an expedition to unearth a lost pyramid, but his cruelty and incompetence led his subordinates to decide they'd had enough. One of them slipped a drug in his drink, and when he woke up the entire expedition had packed up and gone home, leaving him alone in the desert.
3rd Feb '17 4:28:43 PM NightShade96
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* In ''Film/ShutIn'', it's revealed that [[spoiler:Stephen has been drugging his mother the whole time, which caused her hallucinations]].
22nd Dec '16 4:11:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the Carl Barks-penned ''[[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]]'' story "Back to the Klondike", saloon owner Glittering Goldie manages to steal Scrooge's Goose Egg gold nugget after putting a drug in his coffee and dumping him outside of town after going through his pockets. He immediately went back and [[OneManArmy roughed up everyone in the place]] before retrieving his record-size nugget, getting an I.O.U. out of Goldie for losing the rest of his gold in a card game, and kidnapping her to work on his claim in the mountains.
21st Dec '16 9:01:15 AM Discar
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* One episode of ''Anime/HellGirl'' has a sleazeball of a guy drugging his girlfriend this way, so that another friend of his can "borrow" her for the evening [[AManIsNotAVirgin in order to finally lose his virginity]].

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* One episode of ''Anime/HellGirl'' has a sleazeball of a guy drugging his girlfriend this way, so that another friend of his can "borrow" her for the evening [[AManIsNotAVirgin in order to finally lose his virginity]].virginity.
9th Dec '16 4:28:41 PM cybertoy0
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* In ''TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'', Sally typically knocks her creator Dr. Finkestein out by putting a plant called "Deadly Nightshade" into his food so she can sneak into the town. She's done this enough times that the doctor becomes suspicious when one of her meals is covered in an ingredient strong enough to cover the scent of anything.
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