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12th Jun '16 9:31:20 AM Sapphirea2
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': "Heaven Sent" sees the Doctor subjected to ColdBloodedTorture by unseen tormentors who have trapped him alone in a castle in the middle of nowhere and observe from afar as he tries to figure out the workings of the place and escape a creature with a TouchOfDeath, all to get information about the Hybrid prophecy from him. He emerges from the experience for the SeasonFinale "Hell Bent" as a...''changed'' man.
8th Jun '16 9:28:25 AM PRH
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** An unusual version in B5 Season 2, Comes the Inquisitor when Delenn spends the episode being tortured by a Vorlon inquisitor. The Vorlons are Delenn's allies. [[spoiler: The audience knows from early on that she has volunteered for this as a test of her worthiness to play a leading role in the upcoming war, though that doesn't stop the Inquisitor from getting carried away, especially when Sheridan intervenes.]] At the end [[spoiler: it turns out that the Inquisitor is Jack the Ripper, abducted from Victorian London by the Vorlons so they could harness his fanatical belief in absolutes of right and wrong, an early sign of the Vorlons' true nature.]]

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** An unusual version in B5 Season 2, Comes the Inquisitor when Delenn spends the episode being tortured by a Vorlon inquisitor. The Vorlons are Delenn's allies. [[spoiler: The audience knows from early on that she has volunteered for this as a test of her worthiness to play a leading role in the upcoming war, though that doesn't stop the Inquisitor from getting carried away, especially when Sheridan intervenes.]] At the end [[spoiler: it turns out that [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy the Inquisitor is Jack the Ripper, Ripper]], abducted from Victorian London by the Vorlons so they could harness his fanatical belief in absolutes of right and wrong, an early sign of the Vorlons' true nature.]]
4th Jun '16 11:46:13 PM Dravencour
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** An unusual version in B5 Season 2, Comes the Inquisitor when Delenn spends the episode being tortured by a Vorlon inquisitor. The Vorlons are Delenn's allies. [[spoiler: The audience knows from early on that she has volunteered for this as a test of her worthiness to play a leading role in the upcoming war, though that doesn't stop the Inquisitor from getting carried away, especially when Sheridan intervene.]] At the end [[spoiler: it turns out that the Inquisitor is Jack the Ripper, abducted from Victorian London by the Vorlons so they could harness his fanatical belief in absolutes of right and wrong, an early sign of the Vorlons' true nature ]]

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** An unusual version in B5 Season 2, Comes the Inquisitor when Delenn spends the episode being tortured by a Vorlon inquisitor. The Vorlons are Delenn's allies. [[spoiler: The audience knows from early on that she has volunteered for this as a test of her worthiness to play a leading role in the upcoming war, though that doesn't stop the Inquisitor from getting carried away, especially when Sheridan intervene.intervenes.]] At the end [[spoiler: it turns out that the Inquisitor is Jack the Ripper, abducted from Victorian London by the Vorlons so they could harness his fanatical belief in absolutes of right and wrong, an early sign of the Vorlons' true nature nature.]]
3rd Jun '16 8:49:56 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': In "The Chain of Command, Part II", Picard, after being captured by Cardassians, is tortured for information. When the [[Creator/DavidWarner torturer]] is failing to make any progress in breaking Picard, he attempts to get Picard to tell him that [[TwoPlusTortureEqualsFive there are five lights when there are only four]]. Picard defiantly insists there are four lights, despite being put through a full-body pain experience every time. In the end, Picard doesn't break, and when he is set free after after Star Fleet demands his release, he loudly proclaims that "THERE! ARE! FOUR LIGHTS!" He later tells his counsellor that, in fact, his release happened just in the nick of time, because at that moment he was so broken that not only was he ready to say that there were five lights, he could ''[[DespairEventHorizon actually see five lights]].''

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': In "The Chain of Command, Part II", Picard, after being captured by Cardassians, is tortured for information. When the [[Creator/DavidWarner torturer]] is failing to make any progress in breaking Picard, he attempts to get Picard to tell him that [[TwoPlusTortureEqualsFive there are five lights when there are only four]]. Picard defiantly insists there are four lights, despite being put through a full-body pain experience every time. In the end, Picard doesn't break, and when he is set free after after Star Fleet demands his release, he loudly proclaims that "THERE! ARE! FOUR LIGHTS!" He later tells his counsellor that, in fact, his release happened just in the nick of time, because at that moment he was so broken that not only was he ready to say that there were five lights, lights just to make the pain stop, he could ''[[DespairEventHorizon actually see five lights]].''
19th Apr '16 11:45:11 PM erforce
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* ''{{Barbarella}}'': Her brief stint in the Ex-sex-sive machine. It proved that orgasming her to death... [[TooKinkyToTorture would not be possible]].
* The second third of ''IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom''.

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* ''{{Barbarella}}'': ''Film/{{Barbarella}}'': Her brief stint in the Ex-sex-sive machine. It proved that orgasming her to death... [[TooKinkyToTorture would not be possible]].
* %%* The second third of ''IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom''.''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom''.
10th Mar '16 1:45:37 PM Morgenthaler
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* The writers of ''PrisonBreak'' [[WhatCouldHaveBeen wanted to add one of these]] in the second season, but the MoralGuardians [[ExecutiveMeddling didn't approve]].

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* The writers of ''PrisonBreak'' ''Series/PrisonBreak'' [[WhatCouldHaveBeen wanted to add one of these]] in the second season, but the MoralGuardians [[ExecutiveMeddling didn't approve]].
7th Mar '16 2:55:33 AM MasoTey
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* If the sequel to ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' was made, part of it would have involved evil members of E.T.'s race coming to Earth searching for him and torturing Elliott and his family for information.

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* If the sequel to ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' was had been made, part of it would have involved evil members of E.T.'s race coming to Earth searching for him and torturing Elliott and his family for information.
21st Feb '16 4:47:59 PM Doodler
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' has "Rebel Resolve", where a recently captured Kanan is tortured by the Empire for information. He was deliberately kept out of the loop on the secrets they want, so he has nothing to give.
11th Oct '15 4:35:29 PM nombretomado
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* TheQuestion spends most of the ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' episode "Flashpoint" being either tortured or carried out of the torture facility.

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* TheQuestion ComicBook/TheQuestion spends most of the ''JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' episode "Flashpoint" being either tortured or carried out of the torture facility.



* "PhineasAndFerb [[BootCampEpisode Get]] [[MindRape Busted"]]. [[spoiler: Though it was AllJustADream]].
* ''Adventure Time'' has "Power Animal", in which Finn is abducted by gnomes and forced to power their doomsday machine by various sadistic means.

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* "PhineasAndFerb "WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb [[BootCampEpisode Get]] [[MindRape Busted"]]. [[spoiler: Though it was AllJustADream]].
* ''Adventure Time'' ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has "Power Animal", in which Finn is abducted by gnomes and forced to power their doomsday machine by various sadistic means.
21st May '15 3:28:45 PM thomas.d.foster
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** An unusual version in B5 Season 2, Comes the Inquisitor when Delenn spends the episode being tortured by a Vorlon inquisitor. The Vorlons are Delenn's allies. [[Spoiler: The audience knows from early on that she has volunteered for this as a test of her worthiness to play a leading role in the upcoming war, though that doesn't stop the Inquisitor from getting carried away, especially when Sheridan intervene.]] At the end [[Spoiler: it turns out that the Inquisitor is Jack the Ripper, abducted from Victorian London by the Vorlons so they could harness his fanatical belief in absolutes of right and wrong, an early sign of the Vorlons' true nature ]]

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** An unusual version in B5 Season 2, Comes the Inquisitor when Delenn spends the episode being tortured by a Vorlon inquisitor. The Vorlons are Delenn's allies. [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: The audience knows from early on that she has volunteered for this as a test of her worthiness to play a leading role in the upcoming war, though that doesn't stop the Inquisitor from getting carried away, especially when Sheridan intervene.]] At the end [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: it turns out that the Inquisitor is Jack the Ripper, abducted from Victorian London by the Vorlons so they could harness his fanatical belief in absolutes of right and wrong, an early sign of the Vorlons' true nature ]]
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