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8th Feb '16 3:24:29 AM jormis29
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* In ''Film/SummerOfSam'', there's a scene of David Berkowitz being ordered to go out and kill people by his neighbor's demon-possessed dog. (Also historically wrong, as the real Berkowitz eventually admitted he'd made up the demon-dog story when he was bucking for an insanity defense.)
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* In ''Film/SummerOfSam'', there's a scene of David Berkowitz being ordered to go out and kill people by his neighbor's demon-possessed dog. (Also historically wrong, as the real Berkowitz eventually admitted he'd made up the demon-dog story when he was bucking for an insanity defense.InsanityDefense.)
7th Feb '16 7:47:00 PM nombretomado
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* Music/PearlJam's ''Music/TenAlbum'' describes the lives of various disturbed and troubled people, including a girl in a psychiatric hospital, a boy who suffers from an OedipalComplex, and a homeless man. The songs seem to characterize these emotions with sympathy.
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* Music/PearlJam's ''Music/TenAlbum'' ''{{Music/Ten}}'' describes the lives of various disturbed and troubled people, including a girl in a psychiatric hospital, a boy who suffers from an OedipalComplex, and a homeless man. The songs seem to characterize these emotions with sympathy.
6th Feb '16 10:45:59 AM alliterator
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* In the show ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'', Rebecca randomly breaks out into musical numbers, sometimes involving other people (sometimes a ''lot'' of other people). It's implied (although never confirmed) that this is all taking place in Rebecca's head. However, in later episodes, ''other'' characters have musical numbers without Rebecca being anywhere near, implying either that the musical numbers are real or that Rebecca's "madness" has spread to them.
6th Feb '16 6:31:41 AM theek01
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* In the last couple episodes of the first season of ''Series/MrRobot'', it's revealed that Mr. Robot is actually Elliot's subconscious representation of his father, who died years ago. Since Elliot didn't know, the audience didn't either, so all of the scenes with Mr. Robot in them didn't happen the way we saw them, and it's up for debate how much of the previous season was actually real and how much was entirely in his head. Darlene is also Elliot's sister, and when she sees that he doesn't remember her, she asks if he forgot her “again”, implying this has happened before.
4th Feb '16 7:37:56 PM Hossmeister
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* Music/PearlJam's ''Music/{{Ten}}'' describes the lives of various disturbed and troubled people, including a girl in a psychiatric hospital, a boy who suffers from an OedipalComplex, and a homeless man. The songs seem to characterize these emotions with sympathy.
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* Music/PearlJam's ''Music/{{Ten}}'' ''Music/TenAlbum'' describes the lives of various disturbed and troubled people, including a girl in a psychiatric hospital, a boy who suffers from an OedipalComplex, and a homeless man. The songs seem to characterize these emotions with sympathy.
4th Feb '16 2:49:34 PM Hossmeister
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** Also ''Music/FromTheInside'', a later concept album.

** The theme of the later concept album ''From the Inside''.
4th Feb '16 2:47:58 PM Hossmeister
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* Music/PearlJam's ''Music/{{Ten}}'' describes the lives of various disturbed and troubled people, including a girl in a psychiatric hospital, a boy who suffers from an OedipalComplex, and a homeless man. The songs seem to characterize these emotions with sympathy.
24th Jan '16 5:07:08 PM WarriorsGate
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* ''Creator/DavidBowie'''s "The Man Who Sold the World", though only by dint of unashamedly swiping the lyrics from the Hugh Mearns poem quoted at the top of this page.
14th Jan '16 11:37:05 PM SarcasmKid
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* ''Sundowners'' from Tim Seeley is about a support group for superheroes, or rather, people who ''think'' they're superheroes. They each have individual mental and physical disorders which seems to affect their view of the world and causes hallucinations. However, the comic leaves it up for interpretation if they're just ill or if they are indeed fighting against demons and monsters. Even when a scene of them fighting a group of shadowy villains is seen through the eyes of an outsider, where they don't seem to be fighting anything at all, is presented, it's partly implied that the reason they can see these things is ''because'' they're mentally ill. There's also the fact that they're all seeing the same things, and some of their so-called hallucinations are given moments of interacting with other people when none of them are present.
14th Jan '16 8:36:45 AM Underachiever
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** ''Hypnos'' leaves it extremely open whether the narrator's nameless "friend" ever really existed or was simply [[spoiler:a marble statue he may have found and taken home someday]] all along.
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