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* In ''Film/TheSixthSense'', Lynn Sear [[spoiler: accepts that Cole is telling her the truth -- he really ''can'' see and talk to dead people -- after this exchange:]]

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* In ''Film/TheSixthSense'', Lynn Sear [[spoiler: accepts that Cole is telling her the truth -- he really ''can'' see and talk to dead people -- after this exchange:]]exchange]]:



* ''WebSerial/{{Worm}}'' has passwords as standard when fighting Strangers[[note]]people whose powers can mess with perceptions[[/note]] and Masters[[note]]people who can control others[[/note]]. [[spoiler: The most prominent example of this is after the [[VillainProtagonist protagonists]] capture and [[PeoplePuppets bodyjack]] Shadow Stalker in order to infiltrate the Wards. When Weld uses the standard password, they're able to make Shadow Stalker reply with the standard countersign indicating that she's uncompromised... but are at a loss when Weld asks who it was Shadow Stalker recently got in trouble for harassing. The incorrect response turns an until-then-successful infiltration into a firefight]].

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* ''WebSerial/{{Worm}}'' has passwords as standard when fighting Strangers[[note]]people whose powers can mess with perceptions[[/note]] and Masters[[note]]people who can control others[[/note]]. [[spoiler: The most prominent example of this is after the [[VillainProtagonist protagonists]] capture and [[PeoplePuppets bodyjack]] Shadow Stalker in order to infiltrate the Wards. When Weld uses the standard password, they're able to make Shadow Stalker reply with the standard countersign indicating that she's uncompromised... but are at a loss when Weld asks who it was Shadow Stalker recently got in trouble for harassing. The incorrect response turns an until-then-successful infiltration into a firefight]].firefight.]]



* On ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' Cartman wants to be a HumanPopsicle so he won't have to wait for the Nintendo {{Wii}} to come out. He ends up in a BadFuture (there is a war going on, but Cartman is mad he can't play the Wii) and calls his past self to fix things. He tries to convince his past self who he is by explaining that he drank Ovaltine and put Clyde Frog in the closet before going to Butters and trying to freeze himself. His past self merely thinks someone was spying on him.

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* On ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' Cartman wants to be a HumanPopsicle so he won't have to wait for the Nintendo {{Wii}} UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} to come out. He ends up in a BadFuture (there is a war going on, but Cartman is mad he can't play the Wii) and calls his past self to fix things. He tries to convince his past self who he is by explaining that he drank Ovaltine and put Clyde Frog in the closet before going to Butters and trying to freeze himself. His past self merely thinks someone was spying on him.



* In ''WesternAnimation/DynomuttDogWonder'', When Manyfaces has tricked Dynomutt into believing that Blue Falcon is an impostor, the hero proves himself by showing his friend that he knows Dynomutt's "one ticklish spot."

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DynomuttDogWonder'', When when Manyfaces has tricked Dynomutt into believing that Blue Falcon is an impostor, the hero proves himself by showing his friend that he knows Dynomutt's "one ticklish spot."



* Magician Harry Houdini had spent much of his later career debunking mediums and others who claimed to speak "from beyond the grave". He arranged a number of code phrases (one being a song called "Rosabelle") as identifiers for his wife Bess if such communication was possible. He died in 1926, well before Bess. No one was ever able to deliver a message she was satisfied was genuine.
** Used well in Carrie Vaughn's Kitty Norville series, where a medium contacts Houdini, and is told "Everyone who knew my codes is dead. No one will believe you. But thanks for trying".

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* Magician Harry Houdini Creator/HarryHoudini had spent much of his later career debunking mediums and others who claimed to speak "from beyond the grave". He arranged a number of code phrases (one being a song called "Rosabelle") as identifiers for his wife Bess if such communication was possible. He died in 1926, well before Bess. No one was ever able to deliver a message she was satisfied was genuine.
** Used well in Carrie Vaughn's Kitty Norville Literature/KittyNorville series, where a medium contacts Houdini, and is told "Everyone who knew my codes is dead. No one will believe you. But thanks for trying".
10th Nov '16 12:45:46 PM StFan
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* In the ''{{Manga/Bleach}}'' fic ''FanFic/HogyokuExMachina'', Yamamoto gives Ichigo one of these to prepare for when Rukia will be [[RetGone Ret Goned]] in the future [[NonSerialMovie (i.e. the third film)]]. [[spoiler: It also ends up being useful for identification against [[BigBad Aizen's]] [[MasterOfIllusion illusions]], though Ichigo almost gets killed then anyway since the password is a name and he has trouble remembering it]].

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* In the ''{{Manga/Bleach}}'' ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' fic ''FanFic/HogyokuExMachina'', ''Fanfic/HogyokuExMachina'', Yamamoto gives Ichigo one of these to prepare for when Rukia will be [[RetGone Ret Goned]] in the future [[NonSerialMovie (i.e. the third film)]]. [[spoiler: It also ends up being useful for identification against [[BigBad Aizen's]] [[MasterOfIllusion illusions]], though Ichigo almost gets killed then anyway since the password is a name and he has trouble remembering it]].



* ''FanFic/WinterWar'': How do you convince someone who's been [[MasterOfIllusion Aizen's]] prisoner for ''months'' that you really are you? [[spoiler: You hand him his [[EmpathicWeapon zanpakutou]]- which will do the convincing for you]].

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* ''FanFic/WinterWar'': ''Fanfic/WinterWar'': How do you convince someone who's been [[MasterOfIllusion Aizen's]] prisoner for ''months'' that you really are you? [[spoiler: You hand him his [[EmpathicWeapon zanpakutou]]- which will do the convincing for you]].



* In the [[EakinsHardReset Hard Reset]] sequel [[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/145711/hard-reset-2-reset-harder Hard Reset 2: Reset Harder,]] when Celestia hears that Twilight is a fellow [[GroundhogDayLoop time looper]], she tells Twilight a password to unlock secret knowledge in Celestia's brain. When Twilight repeats the password to Celestia later on, [[spoiler:she's paralyzed by a powerful spell, and Celestia immediately kills her after revealing that the "secret knowledge" is the rest of the password. It's repeating the ENTIRE combination that convinces Celestia of Twilight's story]].

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* In the [[EakinsHardReset [[Fanfic/EakinsHardReset Hard Reset]] sequel [[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/145711/hard-reset-2-reset-harder Hard Reset 2: Reset Harder,]] when Celestia hears that Twilight is a fellow [[GroundhogDayLoop time looper]], she tells Twilight a password to unlock secret knowledge in Celestia's brain. When Twilight repeats the password to Celestia later on, [[spoiler:she's paralyzed by a powerful spell, and Celestia immediately kills her after revealing that the "secret knowledge" is the rest of the password. It's repeating the ENTIRE combination that convinces Celestia of Twilight's story]].



-->'''Charles:''' You have a birthmark on the underside of your left breast and freckles on your back. And scars from two bullets, and an otherwise… flawlessly beautiful body.
-->'''Ruth:''' Charles Xavier is not the only man I have screwed. This is not private information.

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-->'''Charles:''' You have a birthmark on the underside of your left breast and freckles on your back. And scars from two bullets, and an otherwise… flawlessly beautiful body.
-->'''Ruth:'''
body.\\
'''Ruth:'''
Charles Xavier is not the only man I have screwed. This is not private information.



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* ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', with "Do you trust me?", which works both when he's a street rat and a prince, which also starts to [[SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay show]] that they're the same person. This was partly accidental -- Aladdin didn't intend to reveal his true identity to Jasmine, but she came to suspect they were one and the same, [[spoiler:[[BluffTheImpostor then confirmed it by casually mentioning Abu later on]]]].
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* ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture''

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* ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'' ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'':



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-->'''Amy:''' Trust me.
-->'''The Doctor:''' Okay.
-->'''Amy:''' You have to do this. And you can't ask why.
-->'''The Doctor:''' Are you being threatened? Is someone making you say that?
-->'''Amy:''' No.
-->'''The Doctor:''' You're lying.
-->'''Amy:''' I'm not lying.
-->'''The Doctor:''' Swear to me. Swear to me on something that matters.
-->{{Beat}}
-->'''Amy:''' Fish fingers and custard.
-->'''The Doctor:''' My life in your hands. Amelia Pond.
* In ''{{Series/Lost}}'''s "The Constant," 2004-Daniel tells Desmond to tell 1996-Daniel that [[spoiler:he knows about Eloise, and give him some important numbers for an experiment. This proves to Daniel that Desmond is traveling in time and has spoken to a future version of Daniel]].
* In an episode of ''Series/StargateSG1'', the team accidentally travels back in time to 1969. Since this was a StableTimeLoop, General Hammond knew to send them with a sealed note explaining things to his rookie past-self. When he finds it, Lieutenant Hammond believes it and helps them escape imprisonment (and remembers to write the note "again" 30 years later.)

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-->'''Amy:''' --->'''Amy:''' Trust me.
-->'''The
me.\\
'''The
Doctor:''' Okay.
-->'''Amy:'''
Okay.\\
'''Amy:'''
You have to do this. And you can't ask why.
-->'''The
why.\\
'''The
Doctor:''' Are you being threatened? Is someone making you say that?
-->'''Amy:''' No.
-->'''The
that?\\
'''Amy:''' No.\\
'''The
Doctor:''' You're lying.
-->'''Amy:'''
lying.\\
'''Amy:'''
I'm not lying.
-->'''The
lying.\\
'''The
Doctor:''' Swear to me. Swear to me on something that matters.
-->{{Beat}}
-->'''Amy:'''
matters.\\
''[{{beat}}]''\\
'''Amy:'''
Fish fingers and custard.
-->'''The
custard.\\
'''The
Doctor:''' My life in your hands. Amelia Pond.
* In ''{{Series/Lost}}'''s ''Series/{{Lost}}'''s "The Constant," 2004-Daniel tells Desmond to tell 1996-Daniel that [[spoiler:he knows about Eloise, and give him some important numbers for an experiment. This proves to Daniel that Desmond is traveling in time and has spoken to a future version of Daniel]].
* In an episode of ''Series/StargateSG1'', the ''Series/StargateSG1'':
** The
team accidentally travels back in time to 1969. Since this was a StableTimeLoop, General Hammond knew to send them with a sealed note explaining things to his rookie past-self. When he finds it, Lieutenant Hammond believes it and helps them escape imprisonment (and remembers to write the note "again" 30 years later.)



--> '''Daniel:''' Repeat after me: He's standing right beside me.
--> '''Nick:''' He is standing right beside me.
--> '''Jack:''' Well, he's lost a few pounds...
--> '''Daniel:''' Jack, don't be an ass.
--> '''Nick:''' Jack, don't be an ass.
--> '''Jack:''' ...Daniel?
** Similarly, Daniel is inclined to believe that a teenager that got on the base is O'Neill because of the exasperated way the kid shouted "''Daniel!''"
*** In the same episode, he convinces a group of seasoned pilots that he really is O'Neill (a full-bird colonel) with a well-known phrase. The majors and captains visibly straighten in their seats and lose their smiles.

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--> '''Daniel:''' --->'''Daniel:''' Repeat after me: He's standing right beside me.
-->
me.\\
'''Nick:''' He is standing right beside me.
-->
me.\\
'''Jack:''' Well, he's lost a few pounds...
-->
pounds...\\
'''Daniel:''' Jack, don't be an ass.
-->
ass.\\
'''Nick:''' Jack, don't be an ass.
-->
ass.\\
'''Jack:''' ...Daniel?
** Similarly, Daniel is inclined to believe that a teenager that got on the base is O'Neill because of the exasperated way the kid shouted "''Daniel!''"
***
"''Daniel!''" In the same episode, he convinces a group of seasoned pilots that he really is O'Neill (a full-bird colonel) with a well-known phrase. The majors and captains visibly straighten in their seats and lose their smiles.



--> '''Jack''': Daniel, are you you?\\
'''Daniel''': Yes, are you?\\
'''Jack''': What?\\
'''Daniel''': Never mind.
--> ''later''
-->'''Jack''': Wait, how do I know you're the real Daniel?\\

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--> '''Jack''': --->'''Jack:''' Daniel, are you you?\\
'''Daniel''': '''Daniel:''' Yes, are you?\\
'''Jack''': '''Jack:''' What?\\
'''Daniel''': '''Daniel:''' Never mind.
--> ''later''
-->'''Jack''':
mind.\\
''[later]''\\
'''Jack:'''
Wait, how do I know you're the real Daniel?\\



'''Jack''': *beat* Yeah, okay...

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'''Jack''': *beat* '''Jack:''' ''[beat]'' Yeah, okay...



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-->'''David:''' The square root of 906.01 equals—
-->'''Shepard:''' 30.1.

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-->'''David:''' --->'''David:''' The square root of 906.01 equals—
-->'''Shepard:'''
equals—\\
'''Shepard:'''
30.1.



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* ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', with "Do you trust me?", which works both when he's a street rat and a prince, which also starts to [[SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay show]] that they're the same person.
** This was partly accidental - Aladdin didn't intend to reveal his true identity to Jasmine, but she came to suspect they were one and the same, [[spoiler:[[BluffTheImpostor then confirmed it by casually mentioning Abu later on]]]].

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* ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', with "Do you trust me?", which works both when he's a street rat and a prince, which also starts to [[SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay show]] that they're the same person.
** This was partly accidental - Aladdin didn't intend to reveal his true identity to Jasmine, but she came to suspect they were one and the same, [[spoiler:[[BluffTheImpostor then confirmed it by casually mentioning Abu later on]]]].
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-->'''Tails''': There's no such thing as a time--
-->'''Eggman''': Last night, you dreamed you were being chased by a giant sock puppet.

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-->'''Tails''': -->'''Tails:''' There's no such thing as a time--
-->'''Eggman''':
time--\\
'''Eggman:'''
Last night, you dreamed you were being chased by a giant sock puppet.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' two-parter "A Canterlot Wedding", Twilight and Cadance have a rhyme from way back when. [[spoiler:When the false Cadance doesn't know it, Twilight smells a rat. When, due to Fake Cadence's manipulations, she nearly blasts the head off the real one, the Real Cadence does this to prove it's really her this time.]]
** In the sixth season finale, "To Where and Back Again", Starlight Glimmer and her team, venturing into a kingdom full of [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Changelings]], use the phrase "klutzy draconequus" as this.

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
**
In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' two-parter "A Canterlot Wedding", Twilight and Cadance have a rhyme from way back when. [[spoiler:When the false Cadance doesn't know it, Twilight smells a rat. When, due to Fake Cadence's Cadance's manipulations, she nearly blasts the head off the real one, the Real Cadence Cadance does this to prove it's really her this time.]]
** In the sixth season finale, "To Where and Back Again", Starlight Glimmer and her team, venturing into a kingdom full of [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Changelings]], use the phrase "klutzy draconequus" as this. Discord isn't exactly pleased.



-->'''Brian''': Stewie, what the hell? Get me down from here.
-->'''Stewie''': No, way, man! How do I know you're not the Tooth Fairy in disguise?
-->'''Brian''': Your middle name is Gilligan.
-->'''Stewie''': Not good enough!
-->'''Brian''': You think my girlfriend's a moron.
-->'''Stewie''': So does everyone!
-->'''Brian''': You have a picture of Chris Noth in your wallet.
-->'''Stewie''': Okay.

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-->'''Brian''': -->'''Brian:''' Stewie, what the hell? Get me down from here.
-->'''Stewie''':
here.\\
'''Stewie:'''
No, way, man! How do I know you're not the Tooth Fairy in disguise?
-->'''Brian''':
disguise?\\
'''Brian:'''
Your middle name is Gilligan.
-->'''Stewie''':
Gilligan.\\
'''Stewie:'''
Not good enough!
-->'''Brian''':
enough!\\
'''Brian:'''
You think my girlfriend's a moron.
-->'''Stewie''':
moron.\\
'''Stewie:'''
So does everyone!
-->'''Brian''':
everyone!\\
'''Brian:'''
You have a picture of Chris Noth in your wallet.
-->'''Stewie''':
wallet.\\
'''Stewie:'''
Okay.



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4th Nov '16 9:28:33 PM Arkanian
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* ''WebSerial/{{Worm}}'' has passwords as standard when fighting Strangers[[note]]people whose powers can mess with perceptions[[/note]] and Masters[[note]]people who can control others[[/note]]

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* ''WebSerial/{{Worm}}'' has passwords as standard when fighting Strangers[[note]]people whose powers can mess with perceptions[[/note]] and Masters[[note]]people who can control others[[/note]]others[[/note]]. [[spoiler: The most prominent example of this is after the [[VillainProtagonist protagonists]] capture and [[PeoplePuppets bodyjack]] Shadow Stalker in order to infiltrate the Wards. When Weld uses the standard password, they're able to make Shadow Stalker reply with the standard countersign indicating that she's uncompromised... but are at a loss when Weld asks who it was Shadow Stalker recently got in trouble for harassing. The incorrect response turns an until-then-successful infiltration into a firefight]].
27th Oct '16 4:44:18 AM JamesAustin
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** ''Film/XMen1'': After being fooled by XMenFilmSeries/{{Mystique}} one too many times, Cyclops demands that Wolverine prove he is who he says he is, under threat of being eye-beamed. Wolverine's response: "You're a dick." It works.

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** ''Film/XMen1'': After being fooled by XMenFilmSeries/{{Mystique}} [[Characters/XMenFilmSeriesMystique Mystique]] one too many times, Cyclops demands that Wolverine prove he is who he says he is, under threat of being eye-beamed. Wolverine's response: "You're a dick." It works.
25th Oct '16 9:12:20 PM PaulA
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* Played with in ''Han Solo's Revenge'' when a bad guy has taken Han at gunpoint and walks him to the Millennium Falcon, ordering him not to give any sign of distress to Chewbacca, who is in the ship. However, [[spoiler: the lack of a "all clear" from Han is enough for the wookie to fire up the ship's cannons and bring them to bear]].
22nd Oct '16 11:17:37 AM siberia82
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* ''Film/XMen'':
** In ''Film/XMen1'', after being fooled by Comicbook/{{Mystique}} one too many times, Cyclops demands that Wolverine prove he is who he says he is, under threat of being eye-beamed. Wolverine's response: "You're a dick." [[Funny/XMen1 It works.]]
** In ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'', Logan convinces '70s Charles to hear him out by telling him some details about his childhood that he learned from future Charles and that the younger Xavier hadn't told anyone up until this point in time.
-->'''Logan''': I know your powers came when you were nine. I know you thought you were going crazy when it started, all the voices in your head, and it wasn't until you were twelve that you realized all the voices were in everyone else's head.

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* ''Film/XMen'':
''Film/XMenFilmSeries'':
** In ''Film/XMen1'', after ''Film/XMen1'': After being fooled by Comicbook/{{Mystique}} XMenFilmSeries/{{Mystique}} one too many times, Cyclops demands that Wolverine prove he is who he says he is, under threat of being eye-beamed. Wolverine's response: "You're a dick." [[Funny/XMen1 It works.]]
works.
** In ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'', ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'': Logan convinces '70s 1973 Charles to hear him out by telling him some details about his childhood that he learned from future Charles and that the younger Xavier hadn't told anyone up until this point in time.
-->'''Logan''': --->'''Logan''': I know your powers came when you were nine. I know you thought you were going crazy when it started, all the voices in your head, and it wasn't until you were twelve that you realized all the voices were in everyone else's head.
7th Oct '16 12:04:19 PM mattthelurker
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** In the sixth season finale, "To Where and Back Again", Starlight Glimmer and her team, venturing into a kingdom full of [[VoluntaryShapeshifting Changelings]], use the phrase "klutzy draconequus" as this.
7th Oct '16 8:17:19 AM amentje
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* As in the ''Bourne'' example above, secret agents normally have security checks they can insert into a message to verify that it's real. During UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, one British agent captured by the Germans [[OutOfCharacterAlert deliberately gave his captors the wrong security check]]. He expected his bosses to realize that the messages coming from his radio were false. [[WhatAnIdiot His bosses didn't pay attention.]] ''Das Englandspiel'' (also called Operation North Pole) resulted in the capture and execution of approximately fifty Allied agents, and didn't end until the Germans themselves called it off in a clear-text message to London.

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* As in the ''Bourne'' example above, secret agents normally have security checks they can insert into a message to verify that it's real. During UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, one British agent captured in Holland by the Germans [[OutOfCharacterAlert deliberately gave his captors the wrong security check]]. He expected his bosses to realize that the messages coming from his radio were false. [[WhatAnIdiot His bosses didn't pay attention.]] Or they did pay attention but the agent was expendable to them anyway. ''Das Englandspiel'' (also called Operation North Pole) resulted in the capture and execution of approximately fifty Allied agents, and didn't end until the Germans themselves called it off in a clear-text message to London.
28th Sep '16 12:43:10 PM DarkHunter
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* In the fourth ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' novel, Kyon finds himself in an alternate universe where the SOS members are ordinary humans. Haruhi won't even give him the time of day until [[spoiler:he desperately introduces himself as John Smith, the alias he had used as a time traveller helping her out three years ago. Once the world is returned to 'normal', he keeps this as a Drumpf card (emergency use only!) to [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome blackmail Yuki's boss]]]].

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* In the fourth ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' novel, Kyon finds himself in an alternate universe where the SOS members are ordinary humans. Haruhi won't even give him the time of day until [[spoiler:he desperately introduces himself as John Smith, the alias he had used as a time traveller helping her out three years ago. Once the world is returned to 'normal', he keeps this as a Drumpf trump card (emergency use only!) to [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome blackmail Yuki's boss]]]].
27th Sep '16 7:56:18 PM Dimensio
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Dragonsphere}}'' a group of guards bar you (even though you are their king) from entering a land of shapeshifters for concern that the "you" who ends up returning may in fact be a shapeshifter who took your place. This is resolved by giving them an item from your inventory (any item will do) so that they will know that the real "you" will ask for that item upon your return. [[spoiler: Ironically, you actually ''are'' [[TomatoInTheMirror a shapeshifter all along, you just don't realise it at first.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Dragonsphere}}'' a group of guards bar you (even though you are their king) from entering a land of shapeshifters for concern that the "you" who ends up returning may in fact be a shapeshifter who took your place. This is resolved by giving them an item from your inventory (any item will do) so that they will know that the real "you" will ask for that item upon your return. [[spoiler: Ironically, you actually ''are'' [[TomatoInTheMirror a shapeshifter all along, you just don't realise it at first.]]]]]]
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