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17th Jan '16 11:53:53 AM nombretomado
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* In a variation, unreliable subtitles are used in an episode of ''LawAndOrderSVU''. The aunt of two young girls found alone in their apartment comes into the interrogation room and asks the girls what happened in Chinese. The subtitles reflect what the girls actually said but the aunt lies to the detectives. Fortunately, Dr. Huang was there to call her out on it.
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* In a variation, unreliable subtitles are used in an episode of ''LawAndOrderSVU''.''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''. The aunt of two young girls found alone in their apartment comes into the interrogation room and asks the girls what happened in Chinese. The subtitles reflect what the girls actually said but the aunt lies to the detectives. Fortunately, Dr. Huang was there to call her out on it.
1st Jan '16 5:17:32 PM nombretomado
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''{{Slayers}}'' when Lina cheerfully [[PreviouslyOn recaps previous episodes]] -- glossing over awkward moments that the video recap ''does'' show. The second episode got:
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''{{Slayers}}'' ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' when Lina cheerfully [[PreviouslyOn recaps previous episodes]] -- glossing over awkward moments that the video recap ''does'' show. The second episode got:
26th Dec '15 9:25:14 PM MJTrooper
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9th Dec '15 6:55:23 AM Imonlyperfect
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27th Nov '15 12:43:51 PM MikeW
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* In the series finale of ''Series/NipTuck,'' Matt convinces Christian to let him take back his daughter by saying he and his finacee (who Matt dumped at the altar) talked and are getting back together. The audience sees the truth, which is the girl berating Matt to get out of her life and literally spitting on him. [[/folder]]
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* In the series finale of ''Series/NipTuck,'' Matt convinces Christian to let him take back his daughter by saying he and his finacee (who Matt dumped at the altar) talked and are getting back together. The audience sees the truth, which is the girl berating Matt to get out of her life and literally spitting on him. [[/folder]]

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* In the series finale of ''Series/NipTuck,'' Matt convinces Christian to let him take back his daughter by saying he and his fiancee (who Matt dumped at the altar) talked and are getting back together. The audience sees the truth, which is the girl berating Matt to get out of her life and literally spitting on him.

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27th Nov '15 12:41:51 PM MikeW
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* ''ComicBook/SupremePower'' has Emil Burbank discussing his past to a military contact while we see the truth, that reveals Burbank as a murderous sociopath.

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** At one point, the Mandarin looks over actors to play Tony Stark, running down ones who are total dead ringers as wrong but when he sees a short, unattractive overweight man, yells "that's him!"

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* In the series finale of ''Series/NipTuck,'' Matt convinces Christian to let him take back his daughter by saying he and his finacee (who Matt dumped at the altar) talked and are getting back together. The audience sees the truth, which is the girl berating Matt to get out of her life and literally spitting on him.
6th Nov '15 4:28:26 PM nombretomado
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* ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' manages to sneak it in under the radar, only obvious [[EasterEgg to those who pay close attention]]. When TheQuestion surprises Renee Montoya on Day Three of Week Two, she panics, grabs her gun and begins firing. However, [[StealthHiBye he vanishes without a trace]]. The next morning Renee is trying to figure out what the hell happened, especially since "I ''know'' I hit him ''dead center''," but he left without trouble. However, if you look back at the previous panel, there are two "blam" effects to indicate gunshots and two holes in his jacket...''next'' to his body. She might "know" she hit him dead center, but we can see that she just plain missed him completely.
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* ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' manages to sneak it in under the radar, only obvious [[EasterEgg to those who pay close attention]]. When TheQuestion ComicBook/TheQuestion surprises Renee Montoya on Day Three of Week Two, she panics, grabs her gun and begins firing. However, [[StealthHiBye he vanishes without a trace]]. The next morning Renee is trying to figure out what the hell happened, especially since "I ''know'' I hit him ''dead center''," but he left without trouble. However, if you look back at the previous panel, there are two "blam" effects to indicate gunshots and two holes in his jacket...''next'' to his body. She might "know" she hit him dead center, but we can see that she just plain missed him completely.

* The 2010 IronMan annual features [[SuperVillain The Mandarin]] describing his life story to the director he's forcing to adapt it. The captions are what the Mandarin [[BlatantLies claims]] happened while the images are what really transpired and they paint the Mandarin in a considerably [[JerkAss less]] [[ForTheEvulz flattering]] light.
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* The 2010 IronMan ComicBook/IronMan annual features [[SuperVillain The Mandarin]] describing his life story to the director he's forcing to adapt it. The captions are what the Mandarin [[BlatantLies claims]] happened while the images are what really transpired and they paint the Mandarin in a considerably [[JerkAss less]] [[ForTheEvulz flattering]] light.
11th Oct '15 12:24:29 PM Morgenthaler
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* PlayedForLaughs in TrickyBusiness, where the news station is trying to make out the storm hitting Miami as the Big One, but fail miserably, like when the reporter is telling the camera that people should stay out of the water as two dude jog up behind her, wave at the camera, and then go for a swim. The storm did cause a few deaths, however... but they were all from the news station.
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* PlayedForLaughs in TrickyBusiness, ''Literature/TrickyBusiness'', where the news station is trying to make out the storm hitting Miami as the Big One, but fail miserably, like when the reporter is telling the camera that people should stay out of the water as two dude jog up behind her, wave at the camera, and then go for a swim. The storm did cause a few deaths, however... but they were all from the news station.
21st Sep '15 11:32:56 AM StFan
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* Detective Richard {{Fell}} "[[PoliceBrutality cleverly negotiates]] with the [[CrazyHomelessPeople king of Yaakistan.]]"
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* ''ComicBook/{{Fell}}'': Detective Richard {{Fell}} Fell "[[PoliceBrutality cleverly negotiates]] with the [[CrazyHomelessPeople king of Yaakistan.]]"
7th Sep '15 11:12:46 PM zoop
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* In the movie ''Eat and Run,'' McSorely is constantly NarratingThePresent. When he finds a locked door he needs to open in a hurry, he describes shooting it with his gun, the locks flying off. In reality his gun was empty and he had to unlock the door using a set of keys.
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* In the movie ''Eat and Run,'' McSorely [=McSorely=] is constantly NarratingThePresent. When he finds a locked door he needs to open in a hurry, he describes shooting it with his gun, the locks flying off. In reality his gun was empty and he had to unlock the door using a set of keys.
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