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15th Feb '17 9:46:42 AM erforce
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* Whatever Samara[=/=]Sadako does[=/=]shows to her victims to leave them looking [[NightmareFace like that]] in ''Film/TheRing'' and ''Ringu''. One of the milder instances occurs in ''TheRing 2'', where a Samara-possessed Aidan apparently psychically shows a child psychiatrist ''something'' that makes her commit suicide by air embolism.

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* Whatever Samara[=/=]Sadako does[=/=]shows to her victims to leave them looking [[NightmareFace like that]] in ''Film/TheRing'' and ''Ringu''. One of the milder instances occurs in ''TheRing 2'', ''Film/TheRingTwo'', where a Samara-possessed Aidan apparently psychically shows a child psychiatrist ''something'' that makes her commit suicide by air embolism.
5th Feb '17 1:31:12 AM PhoenixReece
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** In another episode, Peter is trying to help [[TheGrimReaper Death]] get a date. Peter assures Death that he's not as ugly as he thinks, pulls down Death's hood and screams before pulling it back up. We don't see Death's actual face, [[{{Squick}} but we do see insects scuttling around his skull]]
1st Feb '17 8:15:11 PM Vir
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** When Stan and Francine are out trying to make new friends, the first couple they meet Stan says they're hideous and their faces aren't showed to the audience.

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** When Stan and Francine are out trying to make new friends, the first couple they meet Stan says they're hideous and their faces aren't showed shown to the audience.
1st Feb '17 8:14:39 PM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGO'', the creators trolled the audience with "The Return of Slade". The affrontment with Slade actually happens offscreen and the rest of the episode has nothing to do with him.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGO'', ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'', the creators trolled the audience with "The Return of Slade". The affrontment with Slade actually happens offscreen and the rest of the episode has nothing to do with him.
31st Jan '17 6:56:27 PM Erin582
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* Although much of the plot of ''Film/MeetMeInStLouis'' surrounded around the family attending The World's Fair and they do eventually go by the end of the film, ultimately, we never actually see the event itself.
29th Jan '17 11:29:53 AM dmcreif
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* ''Series/LukeCage2016'': Cottonmouth is told by Shades that there's a line of bullets called the Judas, invented by Hammer Industries, that are designed to deal with Luke Cage's durable skin. He can get them by either A) paying for them or B) asking Diamondback to handle Luke. Cottonmouth thinks hiring Diamondback to come in will make him look week, so he asks what option A will get him. Shades writes down a number on a piece of paper and hands it to Cottonmouth:
-->'''Cornell "Cottonmouth" Stokes:''' Per ''bullet''?!
-->'''Hernan "Shades" Alvarez:''' Mmm-hmmm.
-->'''Cornell "Cottonmouth" Stokes:''' For real?
25th Jan '17 8:15:54 PM Erin582
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** The episode "Any Given Sundance" has the family attending the Sundance Film Festival due to the popularity of a film that Lisa made about the family. Marge concludes that after going into two films with unassuming titles yet shock value content that she'll like a movie named "Chernobyl Graveyard", believing it will contain something happy instead. We don't see it ourselves, but she soon walks out, confessing that she didn't like its content.
23rd Jan '17 1:32:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[http://slacktivist.typepad.com/slacktivist/left_behind/ This blog]] deconstructs the ''LeftBehind'' novels page-by-page, repeatedly pointing out where the authors mention huge events (like the Rapture and attempted Nuclear War) with extremely little detail.

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* [[http://slacktivist.typepad.com/slacktivist/left_behind/ This blog]] deconstructs the ''LeftBehind'' ''Literature/LeftBehind'' novels page-by-page, repeatedly pointing out where the authors mention huge events (like the Rapture and attempted Nuclear War) with extremely little detail.
18th Jan '17 12:23:39 PM dotchan
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* In 1956, Infante Alfonso of Spain went into a bedroom with his brother, Juan Carlos I. A shot was fired and he died. To this day, Juan Carlos I does not say if Alfonso accidently committed suicide or if he himself did it by accident. He just says that he "felt responsible".

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* In 1956, Infante Alfonso of Spain went into a bedroom with his brother, Juan Carlos I. A shot was fired and he Alfonso died. To this day, Juan Carlos I does not say if Alfonso accidently committed suicide or if he himself did it by accident. He just says that he "felt responsible".
17th Jan '17 3:07:49 PM jamespolk
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* Although much of the plot of ''Film/MeetMeInStLouis'' surrounded around the family attending The World's Fair and they do eventually go by the end of the film, ultimately, we never actually see the event itself.

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* Although much of ''Film/{{Lambchops}}'': Gracie Allen wants to tell a story, but Creator/GeorgeBurns won't let her as her stories tend to be really dirty. He insists on having her whisper it into his ear instead. She does so, giggling all the plot of ''Film/MeetMeInStLouis'' surrounded around while. After she's done, George makes a face and says goodbye to the family attending The World's Fair audience, and they do eventually go by the end of the film, ultimately, we never actually see the event itself.movie ends.
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