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20th Feb '18 7:47:27 AM JAG01
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear spends half the movie convinced that he really is a space ranger, and that all his nifty features are actual working gadgets. Then he encounters a TV set playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line, confirming that he is, in fact, a toy. Randy Newman sings Buzz's descent into a HeroicBSOD as he tries to deny the revelation and use his jetpack--the one feature he'd "proven" to work in a previous scene--to fly out a window, only to fall like a rock and break himself on the stairs below.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear spends half the movie convinced that he really is a space ranger, and that all his nifty features are actual working gadgets. Then he encounters a TV set playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line, confirming that he is, in fact, a toy. Randy Newman [[BSODSong sings Buzz's descent into a HeroicBSOD thought processes over the scene]] as he Buzz tries to deny the revelation and use his jetpack--the one feature he'd "proven" to work in a previous scene--to fly out a window, only to fall like a rock and break himself on the stairs below.below. Physically and, as the next scene shows, [[HeroicBSOD mentally.]]
17th Feb '18 9:13:37 AM JAG01
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear spends half the movie convinced that he really is a space ranger, and that all his nifty features are actual working gadgets. Then he encounters a TV set playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line, confirming that he is, in fact, a toy. Randy Newman sings Buzz's descent into a HeroicBSOD as he tries to deny the revelation and use his jetpack--the one feature he'd "proven" to work in a previous scene--to fly out a window, only to fall like a rock and confirm that he is not a flying toy.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear spends half the movie convinced that he really is a space ranger, and that all his nifty features are actual working gadgets. Then he encounters a TV set playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line, confirming that he is, in fact, a toy. Randy Newman sings Buzz's descent into a HeroicBSOD as he tries to deny the revelation and use his jetpack--the one feature he'd "proven" to work in a previous scene--to fly out a window, only to fall like a rock and confirm that he is not a flying toy.break himself on the stairs below.
17th Feb '18 9:12:50 AM JAG01
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear spends half the movie convinced that he really is a space ranger, and that all his nifty features are actual working gadgets. Then he encounters a TV set playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line. He tries to disprove the revelation by using his jetpack--the one feature he'd "proven" to work in a previous scene--to fly out a window, but only succeeds in confirming the commercial's disclaimer that Buzz Lightyear is not a flying toy.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear spends half the movie convinced that he really is a space ranger, and that all his nifty features are actual working gadgets. Then he encounters a TV set playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line. He line, confirming that he is, in fact, a toy. Randy Newman sings Buzz's descent into a HeroicBSOD as he tries to disprove deny the revelation by using and use his jetpack--the one feature he'd "proven" to work in a previous scene--to fly out a window, but only succeeds in confirming the commercial's disclaimer to fall like a rock and confirm that Buzz Lightyear he is not a flying toy.toy.
--> "All the things I thought I'd be, all the brave things I'd done\\
Vanished like a snowflake with the rising of the sun\\
Never more to sail my ship, where no man has gone before\\
And I will go sailing no more"
17th Feb '18 8:55:08 AM JAG01
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear spends half the movie convinced that he really is a space ranger, and that all his nifty features are actual working gadgets. This delusion gets shattered when he encounters a TV set playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line, with multiple shots of children holding and playing with Buzz Lightyear action figures identical to himself and the commercial's [[LargeHam over-the-top announcer]] blasting "''THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPERHERO, NOW THE WORLD'S GREATEST '''TOOOOOYYYY!!'''''". This culminates in his trying to use his jetpack--the one feature he'd "proven" to work in a previous scene--to fly out a window, only to fall like a rock before getting anywhere close to reaching it, confirming the commercial's disclaimer that he is, in fact, a non-flying toy.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear spends half the movie convinced that he really is a space ranger, and that all his nifty features are actual working gadgets. This delusion gets shattered when Then he encounters a TV set playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line, with multiple shots of children holding and playing with Buzz Lightyear action figures identical line. He tries to himself and disprove the commercial's [[LargeHam over-the-top announcer]] blasting "''THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPERHERO, NOW THE WORLD'S GREATEST '''TOOOOOYYYY!!'''''". This culminates in his trying to use revelation by using his jetpack--the one feature he'd "proven" to work in a previous scene--to fly out a window, but only to fall like a rock before getting anywhere close to reaching it, succeeds in confirming the commercial's disclaimer that he is, in fact, Buzz Lightyear is not a non-flying flying toy.
16th Feb '18 3:28:04 PM JAG01
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear gets a weird version when a TV set in the room he's hiding in starts playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line, with multiple shots of children holding and playing with Buzz Lightyear action figures identical to himself and the commercial's [[LargeHam over-the-top announcer]] blasting "''THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPERHERO, NOW THE WORLD'S GREATEST '''TOOOOOYYYY!!'''''".

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear spends half the movie convinced that he really is a space ranger, and that all his nifty features are actual working gadgets. This delusion gets a weird version shattered when he encounters a TV set in the room he's hiding in starts playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line, with multiple shots of children holding and playing with Buzz Lightyear action figures identical to himself and the commercial's [[LargeHam over-the-top announcer]] blasting "''THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPERHERO, NOW THE WORLD'S GREATEST '''TOOOOOYYYY!!'''''".'''TOOOOOYYYY!!'''''". This culminates in his trying to use his jetpack--the one feature he'd "proven" to work in a previous scene--to fly out a window, only to fall like a rock before getting anywhere close to reaching it, confirming the commercial's disclaimer that he is, in fact, a non-flying toy.
16th Feb '18 2:11:28 PM JAG01
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear. Consider the implications of realizing that you're not a Space Ranger, not a human being, ''the universe you remember doesn't exist'': "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis YOU! ARE! A! TOOOOOOY!]]"

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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'': Buzz Lightyear. Consider Lightyear gets a weird version when a TV set in the implications room he's hiding in starts playing a RidiculouslyLoudCommercial for his toy line, with multiple shots of realizing that you're not a Space Ranger, not a human being, ''the universe you remember doesn't exist'': "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis YOU! ARE! A! TOOOOOOY!]]"children holding and playing with Buzz Lightyear action figures identical to himself and the commercial's [[LargeHam over-the-top announcer]] blasting "''THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPERHERO, NOW THE WORLD'S GREATEST '''TOOOOOYYYY!!'''''".
30th Jan '18 8:51:11 PM megamcduck
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 2|CursedMemories}}'', it is eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Adell is actually a demon himself, even though he'll keep saying he's human.]]
** Actually, [[spoiler:Adell himself isn't told this in the main story, but it's pretty obvious to the player.]]
** Disgaea 2 has another example [[spoiler:Rozalin is actually the overlord Zenon, recinarting herself for fear of her own power]]

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 2|CursedMemories}}'', it is eventually revealed heavily implied that [[spoiler:Adell is actually a demon himself, even though he'll himself by birth. He'll keep saying he's human.human because he isn't told this in the main story, but it's pretty obvious to the player.]]
** Actually, [[spoiler:Adell himself isn't told this in the main story, but it's pretty obvious to the player.]]
** Disgaea 2 has another example in that [[spoiler:Rozalin is actually the overlord Zenon, recinarting reincarnating herself for fear of her own power]]power.]]
29th Jan '18 12:18:16 AM Nadim
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* ''[[Film/NightOfTheMuseum Night of the Museum Secret of the Tomb]]'': Sir Lancelot has no idea wgat he really is, [[spoiler: until he crashes a Camelot play thinking it's really Camelot. The revelation that he is just a statue hits him hard.]]

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* ''[[Film/NightOfTheMuseum ''[[Film/NightAtTheMuseum Night of the At The Museum Secret of the Tomb]]'': Sir Lancelot has no idea wgat he really is, [[spoiler: until he crashes a Camelot play thinking it's really Camelot. The revelation that he is just a statue hits him hard.]]
29th Jan '18 12:15:36 AM Nadim
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* ''[[Film/NightOfTheMuseum Night of the Museum Secret of the Tomb]]'': Sir Lancelot has no idea wgat he really is, [[spoiler: until he crashes a Camelot play thinking it's really Camelot. The revelation that he is just a statue hits him hard.]]
24th Jan '18 10:08:28 AM Flame
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* ''Franchise/KamenRider'' loves this trope. Usually, the monsters in the show have human guises (or in the case of [[Series/KamenRiderFaiz one show,]] ''were'' humans), and usually, one of the main riders is a monster as well. Some examples include;

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* ''Franchise/KamenRider'' loves this trope. Usually, the The usual way to go about this is that monsters in the show have human guises (or in the case of [[Series/KamenRiderFaiz one show,]] ''were'' humans), and usually, one of the main riders is a monster as well. Some examples include;humans). Examples include:



** [[spoiler:[[Series/KamenRiderBuild Sento and Ryuuga]] are human Smash. Sento also has another one as he is Takumi Katsuragi, founder of Faust and creator of all its technology.]]

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** [[spoiler: [[Series/KamenRiderDecade Tsukasa]] is the Great Leader of Dai-Shocker.]]
** [[spoiler:[[Series/KamenRiderBuild Sento and Ryuuga]] are human Smash. Sento also has another one as of different flavor in the revelation that he is Takumi Katsuragi, founder of Faust and creator of all its technology.]]
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