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10th Sep '17 11:27:51 AM nombretomado
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* The ''BastardOperatorFromHell'' has caused this to happen to annoying lusers a few times, although more realistically, often not without injury.

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* The ''BastardOperatorFromHell'' ''Literature/BastardOperatorFromHell'' has caused this to happen to annoying lusers a few times, although more realistically, often not without injury.
7th Sep '17 3:57:39 PM Sark0TAG
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* ''VideoGame/WhereInTimeIsCarmenSandiego1997'' ends with Carmen doing this when escaping from ACME headquarters. The dumpster she lands in transforms into a car, but one of the characters holds it in place before she can use it. The scene then cuts to Carmen behind anti-time travel laser bars, and the credits roll.

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* ''VideoGame/WhereInTimeIsCarmenSandiego1997'' ends with Carmen doing this when escaping from ACME headquarters. The dumpster she lands in transforms into a car, but one of the characters holds it in place before she can use it. The scene then cuts to Carmen in a cell behind [[spoiler: anti-time travel travel]] laser bars, and the credits roll.
7th Sep '17 3:56:50 PM Sark0TAG
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* ''VideoGame/WhereInTimeIsCarmenSandiego1997'' ends with Carmen doing this when escaping from ACME headquarters. The dumpster she lands in transforms into a car, but one of the characters holds it in place before she can use it. The scene then cuts to Carmen behind anti-time travel laser bars, and the credits roll.
15th Aug '17 11:19:25 AM Ambaryerno
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* ''Film/{{Deadpool}}'' escapes from Colossus by jumping off a bridge into a garbage truck.
13th Jul '17 3:54:45 AM Ccook1956
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* The sheriff in the first ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Bunny & Claude]]'' cartoon falls out of a multi-story window and into a dumpster twice.
6th Mar '17 11:00:06 AM Katsuhagi
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* In ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' Kusanagi gets thrown into one by a combat cyborg, but is fine rhanks to being a cyborg herself. Batou finds it funny, she doesn't, and he wishes Togusa luck on the way back since he's riding with her. The next time we see her she's in an even skimpier outfit than usual since she had to change clothes, prompting Aramaki to ask if she's trying to get his attention.

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* In ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' Kusanagi gets thrown into one a dumpster by a combat cyborg, cyborg during a sting, but is fine rhanks thanks to being a cyborg herself. Batou finds it funny, she doesn't, and he wishes Togusa luck on the way back since he's riding with her. The next time we see her she's in an even skimpier outfit than usual since she had to change clothes, prompting Aramaki to ask if she's trying to get his attention.
6th Mar '17 10:58:51 AM Katsuhagi
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* In ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' Kusanagi gets thrown into one by a combat cyborg, but is fine rhanks to being a cyborg herself. Batou finds it funny, she doesn't, and he wishes Togusa luck on the way back since he's riding with her. The next time we see her she's in an even skimpier outfit than usual since she had to change clothes, prompting Aramaki to ask if she's trying to get his attention.
2nd Mar '17 8:10:01 PM AthenaBlue
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* During the chase at Tokyo Airport in ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars 2}}'', both Mater and Finn [=McMissile=] escape from villains Grem and Acer by leading them through the fuselage of a Samairai plane, causing the two villains to fall into a waste disposal truck parked next to that plane. According to the novelization and comic, this happens to said villains again during the chase in London near the end, but such did not happen in the film (in the actual movie, both Grem and Acer meet their end when Holly Shiftwell knocks the two away from Mater and Lightning [=McQueen=], then luring them both into a pub called "Ye Left Turn Inn", where [[BarBrawl the two are immediately beaten up]] by several trucks inside, including [[MindScrew automobile]] [[EarlyBirdCameo versions]] of [[WesternAnimation/{{Brave}} King Fergus, Lord Dingwall, Lord MacGuffin, and Lord Macintosh)]].



* During the chase at Tokyo Airport in ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars 2}}'', both Mater and Finn [=McMissile=] escape from villains Grem and Acer by leading them through the fuselage of a Samairai plane, causing the two villains to fall into a waste disposal truck parked next to that plane. According to the novelization and comic, this happens to said villains again during the chase in London near the end, but such did not happen in the film (in the actual movie, both Grem and Acer meet their end when Holly Shiftwell knocks the two away from Mater and Lightning [=McQueen=], then luring them both into a pub called "Ye Left Turn Inn", where [[BarBrawl the two are immediately beaten up]] by several trucks inside, including [[MindScrew automobile]] [[EarlyBirdCameo versions]] of [[WesternAnimation/{{Brave}} King Fergus, Lord Dingwall, Lord MacGuffin, and Lord Macintosh)]].



* Done hilariously to Cady in ''Film/MeanGirls'' after parading down the hall with "The Plastics".
* Neo, while running from the three Agents in ''Film/TheMatrix'', jumps from a window and conveniently lands on a pile of cardboards and bags of trash.
* ''Film/FoulPlay'' with Goldie Hawn and Chevy Chase has a scene like this.
* ''Film/{{Steel}}'' falls into the garbage (where he belongs) after trying to leap buildings. But is able to get away because the dumpster [[ContrivedCoincidence is also where he stored his bike.]]
* In a variation, Biff Tannen crash his car against a manure truck in each of the two first films of the ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'' trilogy. (In the [[Film/BackToTheFuturePartIII third film]], it is his ancestor and a manure wheelbarrow.)
* ''Film/HotFuzz'': "Skip."
* One of Lane's amusingly pathetic suicide attempts in ''Film/BetterOffDead'' ends with him falling unharmed into a garbage truck. This result is witnessed in passing by a couple of black tree-trimmers:
-->"Now that's a real shame when folks be throwin' away a perfectly good white boy like that!"
* ''[[Film/ANewHope Star Wars: A New Hope]]'': "Into the garbage chute, flyboy."



* In ''WesternAnimation/ThomasAndTheMagicRailroad'', Diesel 10 lands in a garbage barge after falling off the viaduct at the end of the chase scene. At which point he quips, "[[CrowningMomentOfFunny Oh well. Nice time of the year for a cruise.]]"

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* In ''WesternAnimation/ThomasAndTheMagicRailroad'', Diesel 10 lands Creator/JackieChan film ''Film/ArmourOfGod'' has a truckload of boxes conveniently placed for the car to land after a double highway overpass ramp jump.
* Eddie, the lead kidnapper
in ''Film/BabysDayOut'', gets knocked semi-unconscious and dropped off a building and into a garbage barge bin at one point while he and his two co-crooks are chasing after the titular baby. He survives, presumably partly due to being only half conscious and having a bunch of objects to break his fall on the way down.
* In a variation, Biff Tannen crashes his car against a manure truck in each of the two first films of the ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'' trilogy. (In the [[Film/BackToTheFuturePartIII third film]], it is his ancestor and a manure wheelbarrow.)
* One of Lane's amusingly pathetic suicide attempts in ''Film/BetterOffDead'' ends with him
falling off unharmed into a garbage truck. This result is witnessed in passing by a couple of black tree-trimmers:
-->"Now that's a real shame when folks be throwin' away a perfectly good white boy like that!"
* HeroicWannabe ''Film/{{Defendor}}'' does this, then [[FailedAttemptAtDrama winces in pain as he hauls himself out]].
* A RunningGag in ''Film/TheFighter'' has Dickie constantly jumping out a second story window into a trash heap to avoid his family catching him in a crack house. They quickly learn to anticipate
the viaduct at the end of the chase scene. At which point he quips, "[[CrowningMomentOfFunny Oh well. Nice time of the year for move.
* ''Film/FoulPlay'' with Goldie Hawn and Chevy Chase has
a cruise.]]"scene like this.



* ''Film/HotFuzz'': "Skip." [[note]][[SeparatedByACommonLanguage British for "dumpster".]][[/note]]
* Neo, while running from the three Agents in ''Film/TheMatrix'', jumps from a window and conveniently lands on a pile of cardboards and bags of trash.
* Done hilariously to Cady in ''Film/MeanGirls'' after parading down the hall with "The Plastics".
* Notably averted in ''Film/MissionImpossibleGhostProtocol''. Russian cop Sidorov realises that Ethan Hunt has escaped from his hospital room, and looks out the window to find him standing on a ledge several stories above a garbage container. An amused Sidorov points out that it's not a good idea. Ethan agrees and starts edging back towards him.



* In ''Film/SouthlandTales'', an open dumpster is padding Taverner's fall from the rooftop.
* ''Franchise/StarWars: Episode IV -- Film/ANewHope'': "Into the garbage chute, flyboy!"
* ''Film/{{Steel}}'' falls into the garbage (where he belongs) after trying to leap buildings. But is able to get away because the dumpster [[ContrivedCoincidence is also where he stored his bike.]]



* A RunningGag in ''Film/TheFighter'' has Dickie constantly jumping out a second story window into a trash heap to avoid his family catching him in a crack house. They quickly learn to anticipate the move.
* Notably averted in ''Film/MissionImpossibleGhostProtocol''. Russian cop Sidorov realises that Ethan Hunt has escaped from his hospital room, and looks out the window to find him standing on a ledge several stories above a garbage container. An amused Sidorov points out that it's not a good idea. Ethan agrees and starts edging back towards him.



* In ''WesternAnimation/ThomasAndTheMagicRailroad'', Diesel 10 lands in a garbage barge after falling off the viaduct at the end of the chase scene. At which point he quips, "[[CrowningMomentOfFunny Oh well. Nice time of the year for a cruise.]]"



* In ''Film/SouthlandTales'', an open dumpster is padding Taverner's fall from the rooftop.



* Creator/JackieChan film ''Film/ArmourOfGod'' has a truckload of boxes conveniently placed for the car to land after a double highway overpass ramp jump.
* Eddie, the lead kidnapper in ''Film/BabysDayOut'', gets knocked semi-unconscious and dropped off a building and into a garbage bin at one point while he and his two co-crooks are chasing after the titular baby. He survives, presumably partly due to being only half conscious and having a bunch of objects to break his fall on the way down.
* HeroicWannabe ''Film/{{Defendor}}'' does this, then [[FailedAttemptAtDrama winces in pain as he hauls himself out]].



* When Moist von Lipwig jumps from the window in ''Discworld/GoingPostal'' he lands in manure. This causes him to think, "On the positive side, this meant that he had fallen into something soft. On the negative side, this meant that he had [[{{Squick}} fallen into something soft]]."

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* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'': When Moist von Lipwig jumps from the window in ''Discworld/GoingPostal'' he lands in manure. This causes him to think, "On the positive side, this meant that he had fallen into something soft. On the negative side, this meant that he had [[{{Squick}} fallen into something soft]].""
* ''Literature/TheTrialsOfApollo'': The first scene of the entire series is the title character landing in a New York City dumpster after being booted off Mount Olympus because his [[KingOfTheGods father]] is unhappy with him.



* ''Series/TheAmazingExtraordinaryFriends'': In "Revenge of The Wraith", the Wraith jumps of the the top of the cathedral carrying Vicki, gliding with his cloak. Ben, who has lost the insignia and does not have his powers, jumps after him and grabs hold. All three of them crash land in a pile of trash bags in the alley.



* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'': Ted accidentally falls off the hospital roof after being startled (while [[ButtMonkey contemplating suicide]]). He is saved by landing on a pile of garbage bags that the AlmightyJanitor and his sidekick had been hiding on a lower roof as part of a money-making scheme.

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* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'': Ted accidentally falls off In the hospital roof after being startled (while [[ButtMonkey contemplating suicide]]). He is saved by landing ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' episode "Chuck Versus the Marlin", Sarah and a Fulcrom agent fight on a pile of garbage bags rooftop. Chuck arrives just in time to see them both go over the edge, but running to the edge he discovers that the AlmightyJanitor and his sidekick had been hiding on they landed safely in a lower roof as part of a money-making scheme.dumpster.



* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS7E4Inferno "Inferno"]], the detached TARDIS console drops the Doctor into a rubbish tip at the story's conclusion.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS26E4Survival "Survival"]], the Doctor is thrown from the explosion when neither he nor the guy he's playing motorcycle-chicken with swerves in time. He lands face first (and arse up) in a pile of rubbish someone was nice enough to leave lying in an abandoned field.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E11BoomTown "Boom Town"]]: Blon Fel-Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen's emergency teleporter allowed her to escape [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E5WorldWarThree 10 Downing Street]], unlike the rest of her family -- but she wound up in a skip on the Isle of Dogs.
* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in ''Series/JessicaJones2015'': Kilgrave has told Will Simpson to jump off a building, so Jessica saves him by knocking him out, dragging him down to the alley beneath the building, and dropping him in a dumpster. When he wakes up, she tells him that he jumped off the building and landed in the dumpster. Since Simpson believes he fulfilled Kilgrave's command, the compulsion to jump goes away.
* In the opening chase of the first episode of ''Series/TheLastDetective'', a young thief jumps off a balcony into a pile of rubbish bags and hurts his leg. DC "Dangerous" Davies stops to [[NiceGuy ask if he's OK]] before following him.



* In the ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' episode "Chuck Versus the Marlin", Sarah and a Fulcrom agent fight on a rooftop. Chuck arrives just in time to see them both go over the edge, but running to the edge he discovers that they landed safely in a dumpster.
* Like in ''L&O SVU'' above, in ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Essence" a foe falls off a roof while fighting Mulder and Scully. He seems to land safely in a garbage truck... but then the compactor is activated.

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* ''Series/MacGyver'': In the ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' episode "Chuck Versus the Marlin", Sarah "The Coltons", Frank and Jesse tackle a Fulcrom agent fight on pair of bad guys out throw a rooftop. Chuck arrives just in time to see them both go over the edge, but running to the edge he discovers that they landed safely second storey window and land in a dumpster.
dumpster which is miraculously full of bags of shredded paper.
* Like Subverted in ''L&O SVU'' above, in ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Essence" ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' after Stevie goes flying through the air. The camera cuts to a foe falls off a roof while fighting Mulder man raking an extremely large pile of leaves, and Scully. He seems to land safely in Stevie smacks into a garbage truck... but then the compactor is activated.tree about 50 feet behind him.



* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Survival", the Doctor is thrown from the explosion when neither he nor the guy he's playing motorcycle-chicken with swerves in time. He lands face first (and arse up) in a pile of rubbish someone was nice enough to leave lying in an abandoned field.
** Much earlier, in "Inferno," the detached TARDIS console drops the Doctor into a rubbish tip at the story's conclusion.
* In the opening chase of the first episode of ''Series/TheLastDetective'', a young thief jumps off a balcony into a pile of rubbish bags and hurts his leg. DC "Dangerous" Davies stops to [[NiceGuy ask if he's OK]] before following him.
* ''Series/MacGyver'': In "The Coltons", Frank and Jesse tackle a pair of bad guys out throw a second storey window and land in a dumpster which is miraculously full of bags of shredded paper.
* Subverted in ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' after Stevie goes flying through the air. The camera cuts to a man raking an extremely large pile of leaves, and Stevie smacks into a tree about 50 feet behind him.

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Survival", the Doctor is thrown from the explosion when neither he nor the guy he's playing motorcycle-chicken with swerves in time. He lands face first (and arse up) in a pile of rubbish someone was nice enough to leave lying in an abandoned field.
** Much earlier, in "Inferno," the detached TARDIS console drops the Doctor into a rubbish tip at the story's conclusion.
* In the opening chase of the first
episode of ''Series/TheLastDetective'', a young thief jumps off a balcony into a pile of rubbish bags and hurts his leg. DC "Dangerous" Davies stops ''Series/TheNanny", Fran agrees to [[NiceGuy ask if he's OK]] before following him.
* ''Series/MacGyver'': In "The Coltons", Frank and Jesse tackle a pair of bad guys
go out throw with a second storey guy, whom she had rejected in High School. Then he asks her to marry him, or he will jump out of a window and land kill himself. But when it seems like everything has turned out alright (Maxwell has read a play he has written and decided to produce it), he trips and falls down several floors by accident, only to have his life saved by landing in a dumpster which is miraculously full of bags of shredded paper.
* Subverted in ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'' after Stevie goes flying through the air. The camera cuts to a man raking an extremely large
garbage pile of leaves, and Stevie smacks into a tree about 50 feet behind him.on the pavement below them.



* ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' had a more sensible version when a man does a DestinationDefenestration into a crate of styrofoam packing pellets. Even then he's stunned for several minutes (and would probably have broken his neck smashing through the plate glass).
* RecycledInSpace with ''Series/{{Quark}}'', a short-lived sci-fi comedy about a spaceship whose job is to pick up garbage. In the final episode, the captain is subject to DramaticSpaceDrifting when the [[AIIsACrapshoot computer goes homicidal]] and strands him outside the spaceship. Quark is able to release the garbage loading chute and drop inside.



* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in ''Series/JessicaJones2015'': Kilgrave has told Will Simpson to jump off a building, so Jessica saves him by knocking him out, dragging him down to the alley beneath the building, and dropping him in a dumpster. When he wakes up, she tells him that he jumped off the building and landed in the dumpster. Since Simpson believes he fulfilled Kilgrave's command, the compulsion to jump goes away.
* ''Series/TheAmazingExtraordinaryFriends'': In "Revenge of The Wraith", the Wraith jumps of the the top of the cathedral carrying Vicki, gliding with his cloak. Ben, who has lost the insignia and does not have his powers, jumps after him and grabs hold. All three of them crash land in a pile of trash bags in the alley.
* ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' had a more sensible version when a man does a DestinationDefenestration into a crate of styrofoam packing pellets. Even then he's stunned for several minutes (and would probably have broken his neck smashing through the plate glass).
* In an episode of ''Series/TheNanny", Fran agrees to go out with a guy, whom she had rejected in High School. Then he asks her to marry him, or he will jump out of a window and kill himself. But when it seems like everything has turned out alright (Maxwell has read a play he has written and decided to produce it), he trips and falls down several floors by accident, only to have his life saved by landing in a garbage pile on the pavement below them.
* RecycledInSpace with ''Series/{{Quark}}'', a short-lived sci-fi comedy about a spaceship whose job is to pick up garbage. In the final episode, the captain is subject to DramaticSpaceDrifting when the [[AIIsACrapshoot computer goes homicidal]] and strands him outside the spaceship. Quark is able to release the garbage loading chute and drop inside.

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* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in ''Series/JessicaJones2015'': Kilgrave has told Will Simpson to jump off a building, so Jessica saves him by knocking him out, dragging him down to the alley beneath the building, and dropping him in a dumpster. When he wakes up, she tells him that he jumped ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'': Ted accidentally falls off the building and landed in the dumpster. Since Simpson believes he fulfilled Kilgrave's command, the compulsion to jump goes away.
* ''Series/TheAmazingExtraordinaryFriends'': In "Revenge of The Wraith", the Wraith jumps of the the top of the cathedral carrying Vicki, gliding with his cloak. Ben, who has lost the insignia and does not have his powers, jumps
hospital roof after him and grabs hold. All three of them crash land in a pile of trash bags in the alley.
* ''Series/PersonOfInterest'' had a more sensible version when a man does a DestinationDefenestration into a crate of styrofoam packing pellets. Even then he's stunned for several minutes (and would probably have broken his neck smashing through the plate glass).
* In an episode of ''Series/TheNanny", Fran agrees to go out with a guy, whom she had rejected in High School. Then he asks her to marry him, or he will jump out of a window and kill himself. But when it seems like everything has turned out alright (Maxwell has read a play he has written and decided to produce it), he trips and falls down several floors by accident, only to have his life
being startled (while [[ButtMonkey contemplating suicide]]). He is saved by landing on a pile of garbage bags that the AlmightyJanitor and his sidekick had been hiding on a lower roof as part of a money-making scheme.
* Like in ''L&O SVU'' above, in ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Essence" a foe falls off a roof while fighting Mulder and Scully. He seems to land safely
in a garbage pile on truck... but then the pavement below them.
* RecycledInSpace with ''Series/{{Quark}}'', a short-lived sci-fi comedy about a spaceship whose job
compactor is to pick up garbage. In the final episode, the captain is subject to DramaticSpaceDrifting when the [[AIIsACrapshoot computer goes homicidal]] and strands him outside the spaceship. Quark is able to release the garbage loading chute and drop inside.activated.



* At the beginning of ''VideoGame/PerfectDark Zero'''s Rooftops Escape mission, Jack conveniently lands in a trash bin after being knocked off the rooftops.

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* At Naegi in ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'' at the beginning end of ''VideoGame/PerfectDark Zero'''s Rooftops Escape mission, Jack conveniently lands in a the fifth trial drops several stories (depending on how many levels down the trial room is) into the school's trash bin after being knocked off dump without any complication, despite falling headfirst next to a solidly-built desk and chair. Some hours later Kirigiri does the rooftops.same thing, with a cup of ramen stuck to her head as the only consequence. Later on, the two of them make it back to the first floor on a ladder that takes them roughly half an hour to climb.
* In ''VideoGame/DyingLight'', hero Kyle Crane uses trash piles to break his fall. At one point he wonders if he'll ever land on one full of rusty knives.



* During ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' this is averted during the chase level, you either jump off the balcony and land a few feet away or run down the stairs.



* During ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' this is averted during the chase level, you either jump off the balcony and land a few feet away or run down the stairs.

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* During ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' this is averted during At the chase level, you either jump beginning of ''VideoGame/PerfectDark Zero'''s Rooftops Escape mission, Jack conveniently lands in a trash bin after being knocked off the balcony rooftops.
* In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'', Leon
and land Ashley escape from a part of Saddler's island compound by jumping down a trash chute, and come out no worse for the wear. The same chute can be used to dispose of a few feet away or run Militia with a crane beforehand, but all bets are off as to whether they die when tossed down the stairs.it.



* Naegi in ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'' at the end of the fifth trial drops several stories (depending on how many levels down the trial room is) into the school's trash dump without any complication, despite falling headfirst next to a solidly-built desk and chair. Some hours later Kirigiri does the same thing, with a cup of ramen stuck to her head as the only consequence. Later on, the two of them make it back to the first floor on a ladder that takes them roughly half an hour to climb.
* In ''VideoGame/DyingLight'', hero Kyle Crane uses trash piles to break his fall. At one point he wonders if he'll ever land on one full of rusty knives.
* In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil4'', Leon and Ashley escape from a part of Saddler's island compound by jumping down a trash chute, and come out no worse for the wear. The same chute can be used to dispose of a few Militia with a crane beforehand, but all bets are off as to whether they die when tossed down it.



* The ''BastardOperatorFromHell'' has caused this to happen to annoying lusers a few times, although more realistically, often not without injury.



* The ''BastardOperatorFromHell'' has caused this to happen to annoying lusers a few times, although more realistically, often not without injury.



* In a ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'' strip, Sony throws Konami far away, and she lands headfirst into a trash can.
* ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'' protagonist and AntiHero Jon has a model of the genre, as a roof collapses under him as he's prowling the rooftops to sneak into Saus. This leads to a slightly uncomfortable reunion.



* ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'' protagonist and AntiHero Jon has a model of the genre, as a roof collapses under him as he's prowling the rooftops to sneak into Saus. This leads to a slightly uncomfortable reunion.
* In a ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'' strip, Sony throws Konami far away, and she lands headfirst into a trash can.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** In the "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" episode where Homer is sucked into the [[strike:fourth]] third dimension, when he escapes he lands in a dumpster.
** In "Marge on the Lam", Ruth with Marge brakes and stops in time before driving into the chasm, but Homer and Chief Wiggum fail to stop and fly over the cliff until they are saved by a landfill mountain.
--> '''Wiggum:''' And to think, those stupid environmentalists were protesting this landfill.
--> '''Homer:''' Solid waste. I could kiss you. [kisses it] Ewww... [kisses it] Ooh... [kisses it] Blech... [kisses it] Ooh, I think this was pizza...
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
** In the episode "Luck of the Fryish", Fry falls headfirst into a garbage can after electrocuting himself on some power-lines. A fast-food clerk then comments "That is one unlucky guy!" as he dumps his bucketful of waste into the same can.
** Played with in the episode "Roswell that ends well", when Fry pushes his [[GrandfatherParadox young grandfather]], Enos out of the way of a moving vehicle, on to a pile of ''rusty bayonets''. The vehicle itself turned and did wasn't headed towards Enos.



* In ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'' episode "Nemesis," Jonny and Hadji end up in a garbage dumpster while running away from some bad guys.
--> '''Hadji:''' Jonny, this was--
--> '''Jonny:''' ...A really rotten idea?

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* In ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'' episode "Nemesis," Jonny ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'': Batman punches the Joker through a window and Hadji end up across a street where he lands in a garbage dumpster while running away from some bad guys.
--> '''Hadji:''' Jonny, this was--
--> '''Jonny:''' ...A really rotten idea?
in "Joker: The Vile and The Villainous!".



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'':
** In the episode "Luck of the Fryish", Fry falls headfirst into a garbage can after electrocuting himself on some power-lines. A fast-food clerk then comments "That is one unlucky guy!" as he dumps his bucketful of waste into the same can.
** Played with in the episode "Roswell That Ends Well", when Fry pushes his [[GrandfatherParadox young grandfather]], Enos out of the way of a moving vehicle, on to a pile of ''rusty bayonets''. The vehicle itself turned and wasn't headed towards Enos.



* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'': Batman punches the Joker through a window and across a street where he lands in a dumpster in "Joker: The Vile and The Villainous!".

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'': Batman punches the Joker through a window In ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'' episode "Nemesis," Jonny and across Hadji end up in a street garbage dumpster while running away from some bad guys.
--> '''Hadji:''' Jonny, this was--
--> '''Jonny:''' ...A really rotten idea?
* The Ruby-Spears {{WesternAnimation/Megaman}} cartoon has an example
where Megaman is being overwhelmed by Wily's bots and needs to make a getaway off a bridge. He spends a superblast on Guts Man, knocking him into the other bots, and while they're picking themselves up from that, Megaman and Rush jump off the bridge onto a garbage barge to get away. Surfacing from it with a banana peel on his head, he [[LampshadeHanging wonders aloud]] whether Wily's bots or himself have the worse end of the deal.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** In the "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" episode where Homer is sucked into the [[strike:fourth]] third dimension, when he escapes
he lands in a dumpster in "Joker: The Vile dumpster.
** In "Marge on the Lam", Ruth with Marge brakes
and The Villainous!".stops in time before driving into the chasm, but Homer and Chief Wiggum fail to stop and fly over the cliff until they are saved by a landfill mountain.
--> '''Wiggum:''' And to think, those stupid environmentalists were protesting this landfill.
--> '''Homer:''' Solid waste. I could kiss you. [kisses it] Ewww... [kisses it] Ooh... [kisses it] Blech... [kisses it] Ooh, I think this was pizza...



* The Ruby Spears {{WesternAnimation/Megaman}} cartoon has an example where Megaman is being overwhelmed by Wily's bots and needs to make a getaway off a bridge. He spends a superblast on Guts Man, knocking him into the other bots, and while they're picking themselves up from that, Megaman and Rush jump off the bridge onto a garbage barge to get away. Surfacing from it with a banana peel on his head, he [[LampshadeHanging wonders aloud]] whether Wily's bots or himself have the worse end of the deal.
22nd Oct '16 8:11:29 PM JackG
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* RecycledInSpace with ''Series/{{Quark}}'', a short-lived sci-fi comedy about a spaceship whose job is to pick up garbage. In the final episode, the captain is subject to DramaticSpaceDrifting when the [[AIIsACrapshoot computer goes homicidal]] and strands him outside the spaceship. Quark is able to release the garbage loading chute and drop inside.
2nd Oct '16 9:17:35 PM nombretomado
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* ErrantStory protagonist and AntiHero Jon has a model of the genre, as a roof collapses under him as he's prowling the rooftops to sneak into Saus. This leads to a slightly uncomfortable reunion.

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* ErrantStory ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'' protagonist and AntiHero Jon has a model of the genre, as a roof collapses under him as he's prowling the rooftops to sneak into Saus. This leads to a slightly uncomfortable reunion.
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