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19th Jun '16 8:33:27 PM nombretomado
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* The ''{{Thunderbolts}}'''s first annual (1997) works like this in comic book form. Citizen V is telling the story of how the heroic Thunderbolts were formed to their newest member, Jolt. As the Bolts are actually villains in disguise (and Jolt is not in on the secret), his narration shows the cover story while the actual pictures and dialog reflects what really happened.

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* The ''{{Thunderbolts}}'''s ''ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}'''s first annual (1997) works like this in comic book form. Citizen V is telling the story of how the heroic Thunderbolts were formed to their newest member, Jolt. As the Bolts are actually villains in disguise (and Jolt is not in on the secret), his narration shows the cover story while the actual pictures and dialog reflects what really happened.
10th Jun '16 7:38:28 PM nombretomado
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* ''SamuraiJack'' used this in the episode where he posed as a gangster. Jack describes how he set up the hit and blew up the target's house, while visuals show him quietly evacuating the inhabitants and giving them the money to find a new home in some other town.

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* ''SamuraiJack'' ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' used this in the episode where he posed as a gangster. Jack describes how he set up the hit and blew up the target's house, while visuals show him quietly evacuating the inhabitants and giving them the money to find a new home in some other town.
6th May '16 7:18:44 AM FF32
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* Whenever the campers of ''Webcomic/CampWeedonwantcha'' relate how they wound up at there, they ''always'' leave out the fact that they were [[ParentalAbandonment abandoned]] by their [[AbusiveParents abusive]] and [[ParentalNeglect neglectful]] families. It's not clear how much of this is due to SelfServingMemory or due to simply not wanting to truthfully talk about it.
14th Apr '16 11:32:06 AM KneadToKnow
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* Sara tells Aiden in ''[[Film/TheForest2016 The Forest]]'' about her parents' death in a car accident right in front of their house while we see that the actual cause of death was murder/suicide.
24th Mar '16 9:36:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* Agent Smecker does this the other direction during the scene that leads up to the Il Duce shootout in ''TheBoondockSaints''- he's an investigator and not a suspect, and describes what he concludes happens as we watch what really happens such as the moment when he pegs Rocco as a "real sicko" who wanted his victim to suffer -- and he's on the floor getting choked out by the "victim" and begging for his life. He also gets wrong how many guys are present during the Il Duce shootout based on the [[ThrowAwayGuns number of guns]] at the scene, which it turns out were all used by one guy.

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* Agent Smecker does this the other direction during the scene that leads up to the Il Duce shootout in ''TheBoondockSaints''- ''Film/TheBoondockSaints''- he's an investigator and not a suspect, and describes what he concludes happens as we watch what really happens such as the moment when he pegs Rocco as a "real sicko" who wanted his victim to suffer -- and he's on the floor getting choked out by the "victim" and begging for his life. He also gets wrong how many guys are present during the Il Duce shootout based on the [[ThrowAwayGuns number of guns]] at the scene, which it turns out were all used by one guy.
4th Mar '16 10:31:13 AM thatother1dude
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* In the ''StevenUniverse'' episode "Log Date 7 15 2," Steven gets a hold of [[spoiler:Peridot's]] voice log and listens to it. The screen shows what Steven imagines happening based on narration, but in entries detailing events Steven was present for, it's clear [[spoiler:Peridot]]'s very high opinion of herself is tainting the storytelling. We see this twice: first when [[spoiler:Steven gives her the tape recorder, when Peridot's log says that she'd decided to call Steven by his name instead of "The Steven." In reality, she'd hissed at him when he asked her to do so. Secondly, when Steven shows her an Earth soap opera, Peridot tells her log that humans waste a lot of their time with meaningless garbage like "Camp Pining Hearts." In reality, Peridot developed an obsession with the show and spent three days analyzing the relationships between characters based on the one episode she had on hand.]]

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* In the ''StevenUniverse'' ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Log Date 7 15 2," Steven gets a hold of [[spoiler:Peridot's]] voice log and listens to it. The screen shows what Steven imagines happening based on narration, but in entries detailing events Steven was present for, it's clear [[spoiler:Peridot]]'s very high opinion of herself is tainting the storytelling. We see this twice: first when [[spoiler:Steven gives her the tape recorder, when Peridot's log says that she'd decided to call Steven by his name instead of "The Steven." In reality, she'd hissed at him when he asked her to do so. Secondly, when Steven shows her an Earth soap opera, Peridot tells her log that humans waste a lot of their time with meaningless garbage like "Camp Pining Hearts." In reality, Peridot developed an obsession with the show and spent three days analyzing the relationships between characters based on the one episode she had on hand.]]
29th Feb '16 6:51:57 AM DiamondNinja914
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* In the ''StevenUniverse'' episode "Log Date 7 15 2," Steven gets a hold of [[spoiler:Peridot's]] voice log and listens to it. The screen shows what Steven imagines happening based on narration, but in entries detailing events Steven was present for, it's clear [[spoiler:Peridot]]'s very high opinion of herself is tainting the storytelling. We see this twice: first when [[spoiler:Steven gives her the tape recorder, when Peridot's log says that she'd decided to call Steven by his name instead of "The Steven." In reality, she'd hissed at him when he asked her to do so. Secondly, when Steven shows her an Earth soap opera, Peridot tells her log that humans waste a lot of their time with meaningless garbage like "Camp Pining Hearts." In reality, Peridot developed an obsession with the show and spent three days analyzing the relationships between characters based on the one episode she had on hand.]]
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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