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7th Sep '16 8:16:18 PM foxley
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* In ''{{Series/Mash}}'', BJ is accused by a general of throwing a party in the hotel he was staying at, which leads to the general being caught in an embarrassing situation; but BJ insists he was back at camp at the time, and that the real culprit was likely a friend of his who is a notorious practical joker. The general's main piece of evidence is a hat left in the hotel room, and has BJ put it on. It is obviously ''not'' BJ's hat.

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* In ''{{Series/Mash}}'', ''{{Series/MASH}}'', BJ is accused by a general of throwing a party in the hotel he was staying at, which leads to the general being caught in an embarrassing situation; but BJ insists he was back at camp at the time, and that the real culprit was likely a friend of his who is a notorious practical joker. The general's main piece of evidence is a hat left in the hotel room, and has BJ put it on. It is obviously ''not'' BJ's hat.



* In ''"WesternAnimation/RocketPower"'' After sneaking into the skate park to see the new ramp, Twister accidentally slips in the wet cement, leaving an imprint of his head and hand. Determined to find the culprit, the owner overhears Sam sarcastically suggesting they do what Cinderella did and find out whose head matches the shape in the cement. He then lines up the skaters and lets those who don't fit cement imprint into the park.

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* In ''"WesternAnimation/RocketPower"'' ''WesternAnimation/RocketPower'' After sneaking into the skate park to see the new ramp, Twister accidentally slips in the wet cement, leaving an imprint of his head and hand. Determined to find the culprit, the owner overhears Sam sarcastically suggesting they do what Cinderella did and find out whose head matches the shape in the cement. He then lines up the skaters and lets those who don't fit cement imprint into the park.
24th Aug '16 7:09:56 PM PaulA
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** Nanny Ogg ''is'' one of the women the shoe fits. And she actually pretends to consider marrying the Duc, even though she knows he's [[spoiler: a frog]]. Easily one of the [[Funny/{{Discworld}} funniest parts]] in the whole book.

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** Nanny Ogg ''is'' one of the women the shoe fits. And she actually pretends to consider marrying the Duc, even though she knows he's [[spoiler: a frog]]. Easily one of the [[Funny/{{Discworld}} funniest parts]] in the whole book.
24th Aug '16 7:08:53 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/DianaWynneJones's ''[[Literature/TheDalemarkQuartet The Crown of Dalemark]]'', Mitt is [[spoiler:descended from the Adon and destined to become King, and the ring that marks him out as such actually grows and shrinks in order to fit him perfectly on any finger he puts it on. He doesn't realise, because the ring gets swapped with a nonmagical copy.]]

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* In Creator/DianaWynneJones's ''[[Literature/TheDalemarkQuartet The Crown ''Literature/TheCrownOfDalemark'', the Adon's ring is said to fit any finger on either hand of Dalemark]]'', Mitt the true heir, no matter how big or small. [[spoiler:Mitt is [[spoiler:descended descended from the Adon and destined to become King, and wears the ring that marks him out as such actually grows and shrinks in order to fit him perfectly on any finger he puts it on. He doesn't realise, for a chunk of the book without realizing its significance, because he believes the ring gets swapped with he has is only a nonmagical copy.]]
7th Aug '16 4:41:59 AM harostar
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* In ''Manga/TokyoGhoul [=:Jack=]'', Arima uses a lost shoe to narrow down his list of suspects to one person. [[spoiler: Minami is the only female TransferStudent at their school that wears that size]]. Lantern is shocked that he figured it out from such a minor thing.
2nd Aug '16 11:01:28 AM Veanne
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* GenderFlipped in ''Film/AyoyDrJekyllAndMrHyde'', where Lolita and the police look for Hyde by making people try on his shoe.
29th Jul '16 4:01:45 AM Morgenthaler
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** This trope is played in ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', where the Cinderella scenario happens again, but the villains try to ruin the story because their goal is creating bad ends. Miyuki being GenreSavvy takes off her shoe and puts it on the stairs instead of losing the shoe. But the villains being DangerouslyGenreSavvy steal the original shoe and they make an extra large glass shoe for Akaoni. His shoe fits, but it immediately breaks. Candy takes the original back and the shoe flies on Miyuki's foot who just [[{{Dojikko}} tripped]].

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** This trope is played in ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', where the Cinderella scenario happens again, but the villains try to ruin the story because their goal is creating bad ends. Miyuki being GenreSavvy takes off her shoe and puts it on the stairs instead of losing the shoe. But the villains being DangerouslyGenreSavvy clever steal the original shoe and they make an extra large glass shoe for Akaoni. His shoe fits, but it immediately breaks. Candy takes the original back and the shoe flies on Miyuki's foot who just [[{{Dojikko}} tripped]].
10th Mar '16 1:14:23 AM jormis29
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* In the ''WesternAnimation//BobsBurgers'' episode "Lindapendant Woman" Tina meets a boy at the supermarket, but since she couldn't see his face through the shelves between them all she has to identify him is the band-aid that dropped off his finger.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation//BobsBurgers'' ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' episode "Lindapendant Woman" Tina meets a boy at the supermarket, but since she couldn't see his face through the shelves between them all she has to identify him is the band-aid that dropped off his finger.
9th Mar '16 10:35:06 PM jormis29
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* ''LolaAndVirginia'': While wearing a yogurt costume, Lola met a celebrity boy. As she left, she lost her glasses and the boy uses them as a clue to find her. Being interested on the boy, Virginia gets her own yogurt costume but Lola proves the truth by being the one who can see while wearing the glasses.
* In the ''Series/BobsBurgers'' episode "Lindapendant Woman" Tina meets a boy at the supermarket, but since she couldn't see his face through the shelves between them all she has to identify him is the band-aid that dropped off his finger.

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* ''LolaAndVirginia'': ''WesternAnimation/LolaAndVirginia'': While wearing a yogurt costume, Lola met a celebrity boy. As she left, she lost her glasses and the boy uses them as a clue to find her. Being interested on the boy, Virginia gets her own yogurt costume but Lola proves the truth by being the one who can see while wearing the glasses.
* In the ''Series/BobsBurgers'' ''WesternAnimation//BobsBurgers'' episode "Lindapendant Woman" Tina meets a boy at the supermarket, but since she couldn't see his face through the shelves between them all she has to identify him is the band-aid that dropped off his finger.
9th Mar '16 1:49:15 PM Hossmeister
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* In the ''BobsBurgers'' episode "Lindapendant Woman" Tina meets a boy at the supermarket, but since she couldn't see his face through the shelves between them all she has to identify him is the band-aid that dropped off his finger.

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* In the ''BobsBurgers'' ''Series/BobsBurgers'' episode "Lindapendant Woman" Tina meets a boy at the supermarket, but since she couldn't see his face through the shelves between them all she has to identify him is the band-aid that dropped off his finger.
8th Mar '16 12:48:56 AM eroock
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Compare IdentificationByDentalRecords.

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Compare IdentificationByDentalRecords.
IdentificationByDentalRecords and GlassSlipper.
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