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* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'' Malfoy and Goyle try pretending to be a Dementor this way in an attempt to frighten Harry. [[HumiliationConga This gets them a Patronus from Harry, a detention from [=McGonagall=], and costs Slytherin 50 points.]]

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* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'' Malfoy and Goyle try pretending to be a Dementor this way in an attempt to frighten Harry. [[HumiliationConga This gets them a Patronus to the face from Harry, a detention from [=McGonagall=], and costs Slytherin 50 points.]]
11th Nov '16 1:52:16 PM StFan
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[[folder:Fan Works]]
* On ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', in "How Not To Train Your Dragon", Twilight, Rarity and Rainbow Dash disguise themselves as a dragon as in the original show. Rarity asks why she has to be the rear end and Twilight tells her "Because you have the most practice being an asshole."



[[folder:Fan Works]]
* On ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', in "How Not To Train Your Dragon", Twilight, Rarity and Rainbow Dash disguise themselves as a dragon as in the original show. Rarity asks why she has to be the rear end and Twilight tells her "Because you have the most practice being an asshole."
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11th Nov '16 1:51:48 PM StFan
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An example of the trope is the classic four-legged animal costume (where one character plays the head and front legs, while the second plays as the butt of the joke… literally). Other times it'll be less obvious, where a dwarf might sit on the shoulders of a giant and have a concealing jacket (or the like) to make the look of a GeniusBruiser, or to simply get both characters past an obstacle without leaving one of them behind. A more cunning way of doing this involves a [[LatexPerfection latex suit]] but sometimes this can backfire due to the strain of too many people in one costume, or the opposite, not enough strain to look "natural".

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An example of the trope is the classic four-legged animal costume (where one character plays the head and front legs, while the second plays as the butt of the joke… joke... literally). Other times it'll be less obvious, where a dwarf might sit on the shoulders of a giant and have a concealing jacket (or the like) to make the look of a GeniusBruiser, or to simply get both characters past an obstacle without leaving one of them behind. A more cunning way of doing this involves a [[LatexPerfection latex suit]] but sometimes this can backfire due to the strain of too many people in one costume, or the opposite, not enough strain to look "natural".






* In the ''Manga/{{Area 88}}'' manga, Shin's injured legs and Mickey's injured hands force them to do this after [[MuggedForDisguise stealing a guard's uniform]] to escape the Mafia's desert carrier.

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* In the ''Manga/{{Area 88}}'' ''Manga/Area88'' manga, Shin's injured legs and Mickey's injured hands force them to do this after [[MuggedForDisguise stealing a guard's uniform]] to escape the Mafia's desert carrier.



[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' and its following cartoon series have Pain and Panic, two shapeshifting imp-like minions in service to the BigBad. More curious is their ability to combine into one shapeshifted creature (usually mythological), which can typically be larger than the ones the two are accustomed to appearing as when separate. This also counts as [[SharingABody Body Sharing]].
* Another instance of body sharing, and +2 men in one suit, is in ''Anime/LittleNemoAdventuresInSlumberland''. Late into the movie, the boy Nemo befriends a gang of goblins called The Goblin Boomps, who were escaping from Nightmare Land. They reveal themselves to be friendly and funny goblins, despite what the others expected them to be ([[FantasticRacism being goblins]]). They are capable of morphing their bodies together and assuming various forms.
* Disney's ''Disney/SnowWhite'' has Dopey stand on top of Sneezy, in a long coat, to dance with Snow White in the Silly Song number.
* Disney's ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' has several woodland creatures steal the Prince's cape and boots, and pose as Brier Rose's dream prince.
* The classic four-legged animal costume makes an appearance in Disney's ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', where two real-estate agents attend a masquerade ball as a horse. The one who acts worse is [[VisualPun the horse's ass]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'', Joy and Sadness dress up as a dog so they could enter Riley's dream and try to wake her up. Things go horribly wrong after Sadness tears the costume in half.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBirdsMovie'', [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/angrybirds/images/4/4f/ABMovie_Judge_Peckinpah.png/revision/latest?cb=20160415043156 Judge Peckinpah stands upon a similarly-sized bird named Cyrus]]. Red lampshades this during his court trial--even went so far as to pull the robe off to prove it.

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[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' and its following cartoon series have Pain and Panic, two shapeshifting imp-like minions in service In ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', Calvin tries to the BigBad. More curious is their ability to combine sneak into one shapeshifted creature (usually mythological), which can typically be larger than the ones the two are accustomed to appearing as when separate. This also counts as [[SharingABody Body Sharing]].
* Another instance of body sharing,
an R-rated movie by putting Hobbes on his head and +2 men in one suit, is in ''Anime/LittleNemoAdventuresInSlumberland''. Late into the movie, the boy Nemo befriends wearing a gang of goblins called The Goblin Boomps, who were escaping from Nightmare Land. They reveal themselves to be friendly and funny goblins, despite what the others expected them to be ([[FantasticRacism being goblins]]). They are capable of morphing their bodies together and assuming various forms.
* Disney's ''Disney/SnowWhite'' has Dopey stand on top of Sneezy, in a
really long coat, trenchcoat. But then, [[MostDefinitelyNotAVillain he forgets how many of him there are supposed to dance be]].
* In one strip of ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'', a man
with Snow White in an enormous ass is demanding an explanation for why he's ''always'' the Silly Song number.
* Disney's ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' has several woodland creatures steal the Prince's cape and boots, and pose as Brier Rose's dream prince.
* The classic four-legged animal costume makes an appearance in Disney's ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', where two real-estate agents attend a masquerade ball as a horse. The one who acts worse is [[VisualPun the horse's ass]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'', Joy and Sadness dress up as a dog so they could enter Riley's dream and try to wake her up. Things go horribly wrong after Sadness tears the costume in half.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBirdsMovie'', [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/angrybirds/images/4/4f/ABMovie_Judge_Peckinpah.png/revision/latest?cb=20160415043156 Judge Peckinpah stands upon a similarly-sized bird named Cyrus]]. Red lampshades this during his court trial--even went so far as to pull the robe off to prove it.
back half before he'll put it on again.




[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* An enforced variation of this happens in ''Film/DrillbitTaylor'' when two characters are forced by school bullies to share a shirt (actually two identical shirts combined by switching buttons).
* Film/TheMuppets features several Muppets trying to sneak into Miss Piggy's office, with Fozzie as the head wearing a fake mustache and hat. They called it "Muppet Man," and apparently it wasn't the first time they used it.
-->'''Miss Piggy:''' I can't believe I fell for Muppet Man...
* In ''Film/TopSecret'', two men disguise themselves in a cow suit (which is represented by a ''real'' cow with boots on its hooves). The guy in the back gets an unexpected thrill when a calf tries to nurse. And then [[BlackComedyRape the bull notices them.]]
* ''Mafia!'' uses this to spoof the famous PreAssKickingOneLiner from ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. An unusually tall priest assassinates the Godfather with a submachine gun-armed dwarf hidden under his cassock. "Say hello to my [[VisualGag little friend]]."
* In ''Film/ThePinkPanther1963'', one of the disguises worn by the police at a costume party is a two person zebra costume. During the chase scene at the end it's one of (several) things to run by [[NoMoreForMe a drunk standing on the side of the road]].



[[folder:Literature]]
* In ''[[Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents The Carniverous Carnival]]'', Violet and Klaus use this to pose as a two-headed person.
* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'' Malfoy and Goyle try pretending to be a Dementor this way in an attempt to frighten Harry. [[HumiliationConga This gets them a Patronus from Harry, a detention from [=McGonagall=], and costs Slytherin 50 points.]]
* ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'': The book ''The ''Secret'' Secret Passage'' includes the chapter "Trick or Treat", set on Halloween, with seven characters in six costumes. The last to arrive at the mansion is a two-headed man with a knife in each head, who turns out to be two guests sharing one outfit.

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[[folder:Literature]]
[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In ''[[Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents The Carniverous Carnival]]'', Violet On ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', in "How Not To Train Your Dragon", Twilight, Rarity and Klaus use this to pose Rainbow Dash disguise themselves as a two-headed person.
* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'' Malfoy and Goyle try pretending
dragon as in the original show. Rarity asks why she has to be a Dementor this way in an attempt to frighten Harry. [[HumiliationConga This gets them a Patronus from Harry, a detention from [=McGonagall=], the rear end and costs Slytherin 50 points.]]
* ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'': The book ''The ''Secret'' Secret Passage'' includes
Twilight tells her "Because you have the chapter "Trick or Treat", set on Halloween, with seven characters in six costumes. The last to arrive at the mansion is a two-headed man with a knife in each head, who turns out to be two guests sharing one outfit. most practice being an asshole."



[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' has J.D. and (usually) Turk form "the world's most giant doctor". When they put Turk on top to form "World's Most Giant Black Doctor" apparently people ran in fear, so they decide to save that version for when they want to scare a racist patient.
** And Multi-Ethnic Siamese Doctor as well.
* Season 13 of ''Series/TheAmazingRace'' had teams don cow costumes in Almaty, Kazakhstan, then run all around the city wearing them.
* In a Halloween episode of ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'', Dan and Jackie attend a Halloween party as Marie Antoinette, post-guillotine: Dan as her body and Jackie as her severed head, which Dan is "holding" under his arm.

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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' Disney's ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' and its following cartoon series have Pain and Panic, two shapeshifting imp-like minions in service to the BigBad. More curious is their ability to combine into one shapeshifted creature (usually mythological), which can typically be larger than the ones the two are accustomed to appearing as when separate. This also counts as [[SharingABody Body Sharing]].
* Another instance of body sharing, and +2 men in one suit, is in ''Anime/LittleNemoAdventuresInSlumberland''. Late into the movie, the boy Nemo befriends a gang of goblins called The Goblin Boomps, who were escaping from Nightmare Land. They reveal themselves to be friendly and funny goblins, despite what the others expected them to be ([[FantasticRacism being goblins]]). They are capable of morphing their bodies together and assuming various forms.
* Disney's ''Disney/SnowWhite''
has J.D. and (usually) Turk form "the world's most giant doctor". When they put Turk Dopey stand on top of Sneezy, in a long coat, to form "World's Most Giant Black Doctor" apparently people ran dance with Snow White in fear, so they decide to save that version for when they want to scare a racist patient.
** And Multi-Ethnic Siamese Doctor as well.
* Season 13 of ''Series/TheAmazingRace'' had teams don cow costumes in Almaty, Kazakhstan, then run all around
the city wearing them.
Silly Song number.
* In a Halloween episode of ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'', Dan Disney's ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' has several woodland creatures steal the Prince's cape and Jackie boots, and pose as Brier Rose's dream prince.
* The classic four-legged animal costume makes an appearance in Disney's ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', where two real-estate agents
attend a Halloween party masquerade ball as Marie Antoinette, post-guillotine: Dan a horse. The one who acts worse is [[VisualPun the horse's ass]].
* In ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'', Joy and Sadness dress up
as a dog so they could enter Riley's dream and try to wake her body and Jackie as her severed head, which Dan is "holding" under up. Things go horribly wrong after Sadness tears the costume in half.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBirdsMovie'', [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/angrybirds/images/4/4f/ABMovie_Judge_Peckinpah.png/revision/latest?cb=20160415043156 Judge Peckinpah stands upon a similarly-sized bird named Cyrus]]. Red lampshades this during
his arm.court trial--even went so far as to pull the robe off to prove it.



[[folder:Music]]
* The 'cojoined twin sisters' "Eva" and "Lyn", a.k.a. Evelyn and Evelyn Neville of the ''EvelynEvelyn'' musical act are portrayed by Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley. One supplies the left hand, the other the right hand, even when playing the ukulele. According to the web site "The sisters are parapagus tripus dibrachius twins, sharing three legs, two arms, three lungs, two hearts and a single liver."

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[[folder:Music]]
[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* An enforced variation of this happens in ''Film/DrillbitTaylor'' when two characters are forced by school bullies to share a shirt (actually two identical shirts combined by switching buttons).
* Film/TheMuppets features several Muppets trying to sneak into Miss Piggy's office, with Fozzie as the head wearing a fake mustache and hat. They called it "Muppet Man," and apparently it wasn't the first time they used it.
-->'''Miss Piggy:''' I can't believe I fell for Muppet Man...
* In ''Film/TopSecret'', two men disguise themselves in a cow suit (which is represented by a ''real'' cow with boots on its hooves).
The 'cojoined twin sisters' "Eva" and "Lyn", a.k.a. Evelyn and Evelyn Neville guy in the back gets an unexpected thrill when a calf tries to nurse. And then [[BlackComedyRape the bull notices them.]]
* ''Mafia!'' uses this to spoof the famous PreAssKickingOneLiner from ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}''. An unusually tall priest assassinates the Godfather with a submachine gun-armed dwarf hidden under his cassock. "Say hello to my [[VisualGag little friend]]."
* In ''Film/ThePinkPanther1963'', one
of the ''EvelynEvelyn'' musical act are portrayed disguises worn by Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley. One supplies the left hand, police at a costume party is a two person zebra costume. During the other chase scene at the right hand, even when playing end it's one of (several) things to run by [[NoMoreForMe a drunk standing on the ukulele. According to side of the web site "The sisters are parapagus tripus dibrachius twins, sharing three legs, two arms, three lungs, two hearts and a single liver."road]].



[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* In ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', Calvin tries to sneak into an R-rated movie by putting Hobbes on his head and wearing a really long trenchcoat. But then, [[MostDefinitelyNotAVillain he forgets how many of him there are supposed to be]].
* In one strip of ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'', a man with an enormous ass is demanding an explanation for why he's ''always'' the back half before he'll put it on again.

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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
[[folder:Literature]]
* In ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', Calvin tries to sneak into an R-rated movie by putting Hobbes on his head ''[[Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents The Carniverous Carnival]]'', Violet and wearing a really long trenchcoat. But then, [[MostDefinitelyNotAVillain he forgets how many of him there are supposed Klaus use this to be]].
pose as a two-headed person.
* In one strip of ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'', ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban'' Malfoy and Goyle try pretending to be a Dementor this way in an attempt to frighten Harry. [[HumiliationConga This gets them a Patronus from Harry, a detention from [=McGonagall=], and costs Slytherin 50 points.]]
* ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'': The book ''The ''Secret'' Secret Passage'' includes the chapter "Trick or Treat", set on Halloween, with seven characters in six costumes. The last to arrive at the mansion is a two-headed
man with an enormous ass is demanding an explanation for why he's ''always'' the back half before he'll put it on again.a knife in each head, who turns out to be two guests sharing one outfit.



[[folder:Radio]]
* From ''Radio/TheGoonShow'':
-->'''Grytpype:''' Please, Moriarty, keep still, do you want us both out of this suit?

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[[folder:Radio]]
[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* From ''Radio/TheGoonShow'':
-->'''Grytpype:''' Please, Moriarty, keep still, do you
''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' has J.D. and (usually) Turk form "the world's most giant doctor". When they put Turk on top to form "World's Most Giant Black Doctor" apparently people ran in fear, so they decide to save that version for when they want us both out to scare a racist patient.
** And Multi-Ethnic Siamese Doctor as well.
* Season 13
of this suit?''Series/TheAmazingRace'' had teams don cow costumes in Almaty, Kazakhstan, then run all around the city wearing them.
* In a Halloween episode of ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'', Dan and Jackie attend a Halloween party as Marie Antoinette, post-guillotine: Dan as her body and Jackie as her severed head, which Dan is "holding" under his arm.



[[folder:Web Comics]]
* In a strip from ''Webcomic/{{Oglaf}}'', this trick is performed by two men allegedly trying to assassinate a prince; they disguise themselves as a single deer on his hunting grounds, and then are supposed to kill him behind his back. The ploy takes an odd turn when an actual buck tries to battle them for dominance. The man in the front loses his half of the disguise, but wins by punching the buck. The other man "plays along" by asserting his "dominance" by having sex with a doe... [[SquIck which turned out to be his original intent for the ruse anyway.]]

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[[folder:Web Comics]]
[[folder:Music]]
* In a strip from ''Webcomic/{{Oglaf}}'', this trick is performed The 'cojoined twin sisters' "Eva" and "Lyn", a.k.a. Evelyn and Evelyn Neville of the ''EvelynEvelyn'' musical act are portrayed by Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley. One supplies the left hand, the other the right hand, even when playing the ukulele. According to the web site "The sisters are parapagus tripus dibrachius twins, sharing three legs, two men allegedly trying to assassinate a prince; they disguise themselves as arms, three lungs, two hearts and a single deer on his hunting grounds, and then are supposed to kill him behind his back. The ploy takes an odd turn when an actual buck tries to battle them for dominance. The man in the front loses his half of the disguise, but wins by punching the buck. The other man "plays along" by asserting his "dominance" by having sex with a doe... [[SquIck which turned out to be his original intent for the ruse anyway.]]liver."



[[folder:Web Original]]
* The Wiki/SCPFoundation has [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1545 SCP-1545]], a two-person llama costume that brainwashes its occupants into staying "in character" until the costume is removed.
* On ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', in "How Not To Train Your Dragon", Twilight, Rarity and Rainbow Dash disguise themselves as a dragon as in the original show. Rarity asks why she has to be the rear end and Twilight tells her "Because you have the most practice being an asshole."

to:

[[folder:Web Original]]
[[folder:Radio]]
* The Wiki/SCPFoundation has [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1545 SCP-1545]], a two-person llama costume that brainwashes its occupants into staying "in character" until the costume is removed.
* On ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'', in "How Not To Train Your Dragon", Twilight, Rarity and Rainbow Dash disguise themselves as a dragon as in the original show. Rarity asks why she has to be the rear end and Twilight tells her "Because
From ''Radio/TheGoonShow'':
-->'''Grytpype:''' Please, Moriarty, keep still, do
you have the most practice being an asshole."want us both out of this suit?



[[folder:Web Comics]]
* In a strip from ''Webcomic/{{Oglaf}}'', this trick is performed by two men allegedly trying to assassinate a prince; they disguise themselves as a single deer on his hunting grounds, and then are supposed to kill him behind his back. The ploy takes an odd turn when an actual buck tries to battle them for dominance. The man in the front loses his half of the disguise, but wins by punching the buck. The other man "plays along" by asserting his "dominance" by having sex with a doe... [[SquIck which turned out to be his original intent for the ruse anyway.]]
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* The Wiki/SCPFoundation has [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1545 SCP-1545]], a two-person llama costume that brainwashes its occupants into staying "in character" until the costume is removed.
[[/folder]]



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' has Spongebob and Patrick disguise themselves as a giant Albino Eel using just a sock so they can get Squidward back into his Secret Lodge.
* In the MickeyMouse cartoon, "Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip", Mickey and Pluto do this to hide themselves from the conductor (Pete) who is trying to kick them off the train because dogs aren't allowed on it. When the train passes through a tunnel, they snag his jacket and hat and cover themselves with it. Of course, like all their other attempts, they failed.
** DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} do this to disguise themselves as a female moose in the cartoon "Moose Hunters".

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' has Spongebob [=SpongeBob=] and Patrick disguise themselves as a giant Albino Eel using just a sock so they can get Squidward back into his Secret Lodge.
* WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts:
**
In the MickeyMouse WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse cartoon, "Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip", Mickey and Pluto do this to hide themselves from the conductor (Pete) who is trying to kick them off the train because dogs aren't allowed on it. When the train passes through a tunnel, they snag his jacket and hat and cover themselves with it. Of course, like all their other attempts, they failed.
** DonaldDuck WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} do this to disguise themselves as a female moose in the cartoon "Moose Hunters".



* Shaggy and ''ScoobyDoo'' have done this a number of times.
* The WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic episode "Dragon Quest" has Rarity, Rainbow Dash, and Twilight all sharing a dragon costume.

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* %%* Shaggy and ''ScoobyDoo'' ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' have done this a number of times.
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'':
**
The WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic episode "Dragon Quest" "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E21DragonQuest Dragon Quest]]" has Rarity, Rainbow Dash, and Twilight all sharing a dragon costume. Also counts as a TotemPoleTrench since Twilight is standing on Dash's shoulders in the disguise.
** In "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS6E14StrangerThanFanFiction Stranger Than Fan Fiction]]", an Ahuizotl cosplay at a ''JustForFun/DaringDo'' convention involves two ponies wearing the
costume.



* The episode ''Room and Bird'' of WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes has Sylvestor, Tweety, and Hector all stand on top of each other wearing a mismatched set of clothes they found in a dresser - the reason being that they are in a no-pets-allowed hotel and had to pass themselves off as being a person to not get kicked out.
** In ''Baby Bottleneck'' both Porky and Daffy are working in a stork factory, after a scuffle over an egg, they get trapped in the conveyor belt, and stuff in to one diaper, with Daffy as the upper part, and Porky as the legs.

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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'':
**
The episode ''Room short "Room and Bird'' of WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Bird" has Sylvestor, Tweety, and Hector all stand on top of each other wearing a mismatched set of clothes they found in a dresser - -- the reason being that they are in a no-pets-allowed hotel and had to pass themselves off as being a person to not get kicked out.
** In ''Baby Bottleneck'' "Baby Bottleneck" both Porky and Daffy are working in a stork factory, after a scuffle over an egg, they get trapped in the conveyor belt, and stuff in to one diaper, with Daffy as the upper part, and Porky as the legs.
10th Nov '16 1:52:59 AM Morgenthaler
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9th Nov '16 7:31:11 PM Willbyr
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* Kid Trunks and Goten do this when disguised as "Mighty Mask" in ''Anime/DragonballZ''.
** The ruse falls apart when #18 catches on and kicks them hard enough that it appears Mighty Mask had been snapped in two.
* Harima and Eri share a lion costume in the New Year episode of ''SchoolRumble''.
* In the second season of ''NodameCantabile'' (which takes place in Paris), Nodame and Kuroki end up playing the donkey in the nativity scene of a big church. They proceed to [[CrowningMomentOfFunny dance a japanese lion dance in honor of the baby Jesus]].

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* Kid Trunks and Goten do this when disguised as "Mighty Mask" in ''Anime/DragonballZ''.
**
''Anime/DragonballZ''. The ruse falls apart when #18 catches on and kicks them hard enough that it appears Mighty Mask had been snapped in two.
* Harima and Eri share a lion costume in the New Year episode of ''SchoolRumble''.
''Manga/SchoolRumble''.
* In the second season of ''NodameCantabile'' ''Manga/NodameCantabile'' (which takes place in Paris), Nodame and Kuroki end up playing the donkey in the nativity scene of a big church. They proceed to [[CrowningMomentOfFunny dance a japanese lion dance in honor of the baby Jesus]].
5th Nov '16 9:34:49 AM nombretomado
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** Parodied and subverted in a ''MickeyMouseworks'' short where Donald is a ride operator and won't let his nephews on the ride. At one point he sees a really tall duck woman in a long dress clumsily walking to the ride, but when he rips the dress off it turns out it really was a woman and she punches his lights out.

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** Parodied and subverted in a ''MickeyMouseworks'' ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseworks'' short where Donald is a ride operator and won't let his nephews on the ride. At one point he sees a really tall duck woman in a long dress clumsily walking to the ride, but when he rips the dress off it turns out it really was a woman and she punches his lights out.



* In the ''MyGymPartnersAMonkey'' Episode "Lyon of Scrimmage" Jake poses as Adam's arms by hiding in his jersey to combine Jake's throwing and Adam's running.

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* In the ''MyGymPartnersAMonkey'' ''WesternAnimation/MyGymPartnersAMonkey'' Episode "Lyon of Scrimmage" Jake poses as Adam's arms by hiding in his jersey to combine Jake's throwing and Adam's running.
9th Oct '16 10:38:40 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''{{Chowder}}'' episode "The Bruised Bluenana" Panini hops into Chowder's clothing to keep an eye on him while he takes care of a spoiled fruit.

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* In the ''{{Chowder}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'' episode "The Bruised Bluenana" Panini hops into Chowder's clothing to keep an eye on him while he takes care of a spoiled fruit.
4th Sep '16 10:21:41 PM erforce
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* In the original ''Film/ThePinkPanther'', one of the disguises worn by the police at a costume party is a two person zebra costume. During the chase scene at the end it's one of (several) things to run by [[NoMoreForMe a drunk standing on the side of the road]].

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* In the original ''Film/ThePinkPanther'', ''Film/ThePinkPanther1963'', one of the disguises worn by the police at a costume party is a two person zebra costume. During the chase scene at the end it's one of (several) things to run by [[NoMoreForMe a drunk standing on the side of the road]].
30th Aug '16 9:13:53 AM anza_sb
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A subtrope to the TotemPoleTrench, this is when two or more characters, usually for reasons of comic relief or {{Fanservice}}, share a costume/disguise, be they friends, rivals, main characters, mooks, or even (for bonus points) arch enemies.

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A subtrope to the TotemPoleTrench, this This trope is when two or more characters, usually for reasons of comic relief or {{Fanservice}}, share a costume/disguise, be they friends, rivals, main characters, mooks, or even (for bonus points) arch enemies.



Not to be confused with FusionDance or GrandTheftMe, but somewhat similar to SharingABody in some cases.

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A supertrope to the TotemPoleTrench. Not to be confused with FusionDance or GrandTheftMe, but somewhat similar to SharingABody in some cases.
25th Aug '16 1:05:55 PM AnoneMouseJr
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Not to be confused with {{Fusion|Dance}} or GrandTheftMe, but somewhat similar to SharingABody in some cases.

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Not to be confused with {{Fusion|Dance}} FusionDance or GrandTheftMe, but somewhat similar to SharingABody in some cases.


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* ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'': The book ''The ''Secret'' Secret Passage'' includes the chapter "Trick or Treat", set on Halloween, with seven characters in six costumes. The last to arrive at the mansion is a two-headed man with a knife in each head, who turns out to be two guests sharing one outfit.
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