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19th Jun '16 1:47:40 AM Nyame
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* In season four of ''Series/{{Revenge}}'', Daniel Grayson asks protagonist Emily Thorne if there was anything real about their relationship. [[spoiler:Emily admits that there was a time where she had genuine feelings for him, but any hope they had of truly igniting something died when he sided with his father. Later, as Daniel lays dying after saving Emily, she reaffirms this to him, stating that not all of it was a lie]].
26th May '16 10:39:15 AM Kadorhal
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* In ''Anime/{{Gundam 00}}'', as they fight each other in their mobile suits, [[spoiler:Lyle]] asks [[spoiler:Anew]] if her feelings for him were a lie. She answered that they were living in a false world, even though earlier, out of his earshot, she had admitted that she really loved him.

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* In ''Anime/{{Gundam 00}}'', ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', as they fight each other in their mobile suits, [[spoiler:Lyle]] asks [[spoiler:Anew]] if her feelings for him were a lie. She answered that they were living in a false world, even though earlier, out of his earshot, she had admitted that she really loved him.



** Let's not forget the Anime's second season, after [[spoiler:the Black Knights betray Lelouch and Kallen is left believing Lelouch's 1) response]]. [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy It was a lie, of course]].

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** Let's not forget [[Anime/CodeGeass the Anime's anime]]'s second season, after [[spoiler:the Black Knights betray Lelouch and Kallen is left believing Lelouch's 1) response]].response along the lines of the first example at the top]]. [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy It was a lie, of course]].



* In ''Manga/DeadTube'', Machiya’s reaction when Oushima and the remaining Film Research Club members reveal their true selves and never liked him to begin with (they were in a devious game to get Machiya killed on film for their own amusement), by confirming what Machiya didn’t want to believe he goes on to pay them back in kind, [[spoiler:that is getting them killed]].

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* In ''Manga/DeadTube'', Machiya’s Machiya's reaction when Oushima and the remaining Film Research Club members reveal their true selves and never liked him to begin with (they were in a devious game to get Machiya killed on film for their own amusement), by amusement). By confirming what Machiya didn’t didn't want to believe believe, he goes on to pay them back in kind, [[spoiler:that is getting them killed]].



-->'''Hacker''': Was any of it real?
-->'''Russian''': Well, definitely not the orgasms.

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-->'''Hacker''': Was any of it real?
-->'''Russian''':
real?\\
'''Russian''':
Well, definitely not the orgasms.



* [[spoiler: Raiden and Rose]] have a conversation along these lines in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2''. She insists that she really did love him; he doesn't believe her. Also, by this point, he's not even sure she really ''exists''. Yeah, it's a bit [[MindScrew confusing]].

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* [[spoiler: Raiden [[spoiler:Raiden and Rose]] have a conversation along these lines around the point where [[GainaxEnding things start getting weird]] in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2''.''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty''. She insists that she really did love him; he doesn't believe her. Also, by this point, he's not even sure she really ''exists''. Yeah, it's a bit [[MindScrew confusing]].



* In ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'', Carth has alternate lines to [[spoiler: a female Revan]] after the big reveal along these lines. (Raphael Sbarge does a GREAT job of sounding genuinely choked up, too.) Per your character's inclinations, you can [[spoiler: answer with either option]]. A programming bug made these lines inaccessible unless you mod the game.

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* In ''KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'', ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'', Carth has alternate lines to [[spoiler: a female Revan]] after the big reveal along these lines. lines (Raphael Sbarge does a GREAT ''great'' job of sounding genuinely choked up, too.) too). Per your character's inclinations, you can [[spoiler: answer [[spoiler:answer with either option]]. A programming bug made these lines inaccessible unless you mod the game.
23rd May '16 2:05:05 PM dmcreif
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* In the fifth and six seasons of ''Series/{{Monk}}'', [[spoiler:Leland Stottlemeyer]] meets a real estate dealer named Linda Fusco whom he begins dating, but their personal lives eventually force them to only see each other via Webcam. Linda eventually uses one of the times she was talking with him on webcam as an alibi for murdering her former partner, but Monk exposes the truth. [[spoiler:Stottlemeyer]] wonders if she truly felt anything for him or intentionally started dating him to begin setting up her crime, [[TearJerker even as he throws away the engagement ring he was planning on proposing to her with.]]

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* In the fifth and six seasons of ''Series/{{Monk}}'', [[spoiler:Leland Stottlemeyer]] Captain Stottlemeyer meets a real estate dealer named Linda Fusco whom he begins dating, but their personal lives eventually force them to only see each other via Webcam. Skype chats. Then Monk and Natalie expose Linda eventually uses for using one of the times she was talking with him on webcam these chats as an alibi for murdering to gun down her former partner, but Monk exposes the truth. [[spoiler:Stottlemeyer]] wonders business associate. Stottlemeyer is left wondering if she truly felt anything for him or intentionally started dating him to begin setting up her crime, [[TearJerker even as he throws away the engagement ring he was planning on proposing to her with.]]


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* In the ''Series/Daredevil2015'' episode "[[Recap/Daredevil2015S1E10NelsonVMurdock Nelson v. Murdock]]", Foggy Nelson has found out that his best friend Matt Murdock is the Devil of Hell's Kitchen. He starts to (quite rightly) question everything Matt has ever told him, starting with whether Matt is even really blind.
6th May '16 2:23:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[SmartGuy Amy]] wonders this in ''Literature/{{The 39 Clues}}'' after [[HandsomeDevil Ian]] [[IWasOnlyPretendingToLikeYou pretends to love her]] so he and [[SpoiledBrat his sister]] can run off with her and [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling her brother]]'s clue. As it turns out, [[spoiler: it wasn't.]]

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* [[SmartGuy Amy]] wonders this in ''Literature/{{The 39 Clues}}'' after [[HandsomeDevil Ian]] Ian [[IWasOnlyPretendingToLikeYou pretends to love her]] so he and [[SpoiledBrat his sister]] can run off with her and [[AnnoyingYoungerSibling her brother]]'s clue. As it turns out, [[spoiler: it wasn't.]]
12th Mar '16 8:06:39 PM MikeW
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* On an episode of ''Series/HawaiiFiveO,'' a computer hacker thought his girlfriend was a fellow activist planning to use a stolen NSA file to get them to back off spying on civilians. However, it turns out she's a murderous Russian agent planning to sell the file on the black market, holding him prisoner to force him to decrypt it.
-->'''Hacker''': Was any of it real?
-->'''Russian''': Well, definitely not the orgasms.
4th Feb '16 4:58:38 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''ComicBook/{{Excalibur}}'' When the cruel and sociopathic imposter Opul Lun Sat-Yr-9 revealed she had killed Courtney Ross and taken her place, this Trope was Zigzagged. It was certainly a lie towards Captain Britain and most of the team. Kitty was hit a lot harder by this Trope, however, seeing as "Courtney" was a mentor to her, helping Kitty enroll in the St. Searle's School for Young Ladies, and arranging a deal to save St. Searle's from bankruptcy. Whether it was the first or second type in that case is unclear.
30th Dec '15 9:25:10 AM Goukenimaru
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* In ''Manga/DeadTube'', Machiya’s reaction when Oushima and the remaining Film Research Club members reveal their true selves and never liked him to begin with (they were in a devious game to get Machiya killed on film for their own amusement), by confirming what Machiya didn’t want to believe he goes on to pay them back in kind, [[spoiler:that is getting them killed]].
27th Dec '15 8:51:52 PM nombretomado
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* {{Psych}}: Used when Juliet finds out Shawn has been lying about being a psychic. Given that her dad is a con-man and her stepdad had a secret gambling addiction that almost got them all killed, Juliet does handle the betrayal well.

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* {{Psych}}: ''Series/{{Psych}}'': Used when Juliet finds out Shawn has been lying about being a psychic. Given that her dad is a con-man and her stepdad had a secret gambling addiction that almost got them all killed, Juliet does handle the betrayal well.
5th Dec '15 7:45:49 PM Firestorm17
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* At the end of ''Going Down for the Count'' by Creator/DavidStukas, when Manfred is being taken away by the police, Robert asks if Manfred ever really loved him [[spoiler: since Manfred tried to frame Robert for murder]]. Manfred claims that he did.
28th Oct '15 11:36:35 AM FF32
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* In ''HeavyRain'', [[spoiler: Lauren Winter]] has one of these moments, [[spoiler: standing over the Origami Killer's grave]], once it is revealed that [[spoiler: Scott Shelby, the man she had been helping and slowly falling for, was the man who killed her son all along.]]

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* In ''HeavyRain'', ''VideoGame/HeavyRain'', [[spoiler: Lauren Winter]] has one of these moments, [[spoiler: standing over the Origami Killer's grave]], once it is revealed that [[spoiler: Scott Shelby, the man she had been helping and slowly falling for, was the man who killed her son all along.]]
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