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18th Mar '17 4:17:00 AM Doug86
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-->-- ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' '', as Joker tries to drop [[ItMakesSenseInContext his kid sidekick]] off a ledge.''

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-->-- ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' '', ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman, as Joker tries to drop [[ItMakesSenseInContext his kid sidekick]] off a ledge.''



* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'': When Destroyah grabs Mothra, Rodan says, "Hands off the bug!" She says,"Okay" and throws her into him.

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* ''Fanfic/TheBridge'': When Destroyah grabs Mothra, Rodan says, "Hands off the bug!" She says,"Okay" says, "Okay" and throws her into him.



* In ''VideoGame/ForeversEnd'', the Black Demon is holding Hyuuga over a cliffedge, and [[TheHero Epoch]] tells it to let him go. Splat.

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* In ''VideoGame/ForeversEnd'', the Black Demon is holding Hyuuga over a cliffedge, cliff edge, and [[TheHero Epoch]] tells it to let him go. Splat.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays'': In "The Vengeance of Hibagon", Professor Mizuki is holding a crimelord over the edge of a building when Drew orders "Let him go, Mizuki!". Mizuki comments on the poor choice of words before dropping him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays'': In "The Vengeance of Hibagon", Professor Mizuki is holding a crimelord crime lord over the edge of a building when Drew orders "Let him go, Mizuki!". Mizuki comments on the poor choice of words before dropping him.



* Happens twice in the GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' (the 2000 series). The first time this trope is played completely straight; Action Man demands Professor Gangrene lets Rikkie go while the former threatens to throw the later out of the airship. Gangrene is more than happy to comply with this request. The second time, when Quake threatens to throw Fidget into a lava pit, Action Man [[GenreSavvy is more carefull with his choice of words]] and specifically demands he puts her down safely on the ground. Not that it stops Quake from throwing her into the pit anyway.

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* Happens twice in the GrandFinale of ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'' (the 2000 series). The first time this trope is played completely straight; Action Man demands Professor Gangrene lets Rikkie go while the former threatens to throw the later out of the airship. Gangrene is more than happy to comply with this request. The second time, when Quake threatens to throw Fidget into a lava pit, Action Man [[GenreSavvy is more carefull careful with his choice of words]] and specifically demands he puts her down safely on the ground. Not that it stops Quake from throwing her into the pit anyway.
23rd Jan '17 11:29:27 PM Geoduck
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* Parodied in the classic Creator/ChuckJones cartoon ''WesternAnimcation/TheDoverBoys'':

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* Parodied in the classic Creator/ChuckJones cartoon ''WesternAnimcation/TheDoverBoys'':''WesternAnimation/TheDoverBoys'':
21st Dec '16 1:41:33 PM Geoduck
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* Parodied in the classic Creator/ChuckJones cartoon ''WesternAnimcation/TheDoverBoys'':
-->'''Tom Dover:''' ''[To a stuffed moose head]'' Unhand her Dan Backslide! ''[To his two fellow heroes]'' Unhand her Dan Backslide! ''[Finally, to the already thoroughly-pummeled villain]'' Unhand her Dan Backslide!! Hey, we're getting in a rut!
30th Oct '16 11:09:20 AM nombretomado
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* Combined with LiteralGenie, the ''{{GURPS}}'' manual has a spell to animate a machine or vehicle, but warns you it takes you commands literally. Saying "Drop me off there." to an animated helicopter is specifically mentioned.

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* Combined with LiteralGenie, the ''{{GURPS}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' manual has a spell to animate a machine or vehicle, but warns you it takes you commands literally. Saying "Drop me off there." to an animated helicopter is specifically mentioned.
25th Oct '16 5:25:47 PM Harem-author
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* ''Film/MIB'': The BigBad crashes his ship into the fields of a stereotypical, shot-gun wielding redneck. When the giant roach tells him to lower his weapon [[BlatantLies because he's not a threat]], the redneck responds that the giant roach "can take the gun from [his] cold, dead hands." The roach complies.

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* ''Film/MIB'': ''Film/MenInBlack'': The BigBad crashes his ship into the fields of a stereotypical, shot-gun wielding redneck.redneck farmer. When the giant roach tells him to lower his weapon [[BlatantLies because he's not a threat]], the redneck responds that the giant roach "can take the gun from [his] cold, dead hands." The roach complies.
24th Oct '16 7:57:46 AM Harem-author
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* ''Film/MIB'': The BigBad crashes his ship into the fields of a stereotypical, shot-gun wielding redneck. When the giant roach tells him to lower his weapon [[BlatantLies because he's not a threat]], the redneck responds that the giant roach "can take the gun from [his] cold, dead hands." The roach complies.
4th Jul '16 11:33:06 AM mariic
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"Very poor [[ExactWords choice of words]]."]]

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"Very poor "[[LampshadeHanging Very poor]] [[ExactWords choice of words]]."]]
4th May '16 5:32:04 PM Piando
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** Also done in the original series, in a much more straightforward way. When Piccolo is confronting the king of East City on his airplane, he grabs the king's first mate and holds him over the edge. The king demands that Piccolo let him go, and Piccolo does just that, letting the man fall to his death.

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** Also done in the [[Manga/DragonBall original series, series]], in a much more straightforward way. When Piccolo is confronting the king of East City on his airplane, he grabs the king's first mate and holds him over the edge. The king demands that Piccolo let him go, and Piccolo does just that, letting the man fall to his death.



* In ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'', Batman confronts the Joker; they are separated by a pool of water. Joker's holding a guard hostage, and Batman orders Mistah J to let the guard go, which the Joker does. ''After'' he kicks a generator in the water and moves the guard over the water. If you [[SequenceBreaking sequence break]] by cutting power to the pool ''before'' heading to it, [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything the guard's already dead.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'', Batman confronts the Joker; they are separated by a pool of water. Joker's holding a guard hostage, and Batman orders Mistah J to let the guard go, which the Joker does. ''After'' he kicks a generator in the water and moves the guard over the water. If you [[SequenceBreaking sequence break]] by cutting power to the pool ''before'' heading to it, [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything [[DevelopersForeSight the guard's already dead.]]



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* In ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'', Jayden [[http://z7.invisionfree.com/thegangoffive/index.php?showtopic=7319&view=findpost&p=9201678 tells Trinity]] to let Kiara go. Trinity obliges...and then drop-kicks Kiara into a tree.
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* In ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'', Jayden [[http://z7.invisionfree.com/thegangoffive/index.php?showtopic=7319&view=findpost&p=9201678 tells Trinity]] to let Kiara go. Trinity obliges...and then drop-kicks Kiara into a tree.
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14th Feb '16 12:59:28 PM eroock
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See Also: HighAltitudeInterrogation

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See Also: also: HighAltitudeInterrogation
27th Jan '16 7:08:15 PM HeroGal2347
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* The pilot of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', with Gosalyn being held high in the air by the villain's vulture (or condor or something) to force Darkwing to give up the code for a weapon. Saved by Launchpad, who happened to be flying by when the bird let go.
** Or was actually following the events and reacted appropriately.

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* The pilot of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', with Gosalyn being held high in the air by the villain's vulture (or condor or something) to force Darkwing to give up the code for a weapon. Saved She was saved by Launchpad, who happened to be flying by when the bird let go.
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was actually following the events and reacted appropriately.
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