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2nd Feb '16 2:40:56 AM Adept
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* Not quite sure ''how'', but in BirdyTheMighty, Birdy says the [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/birdy_the_mighty_ii/v02/c021/4.html trope]] line.
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* Not quite sure ''how'', but in BirdyTheMighty, ''Manga/BirdyTheMighty'', Birdy says the [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/birdy_the_mighty_ii/v02/c021/4.html trope]] line.
22nd Jan '16 10:40:23 PM nombretomado
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* In StephenFry's ''[[Literature/TheLiarNovel The Liar]]'', the main character tries to hide his identity from the police, only to respond to his own name, which they got from the inside cover of a book he had with him. This is based on His Fryness's own experience.
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* In StephenFry's Creator/StephenFry's ''[[Literature/TheLiarNovel The Liar]]'', the main character tries to hide his identity from the police, only to respond to his own name, which they got from the inside cover of a book he had with him. This is based on His Fryness's own experience.
31st Dec '15 10:29:07 PM jormis29
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* ''TheMentalist'' - Patrick Jane and the team encounter a hooker who seems to know only Chinese, but when Jane comments on an imaginary hideous thing on her shoulder, she nearly jumps out of her skin. Busted.
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* ''TheMentalist'' ''Series/TheMentalist'' - Patrick Jane and the team encounter a hooker who seems to know only Chinese, but when Jane comments on an imaginary hideous thing on her shoulder, she nearly jumps out of her skin. Busted.
27th Dec '15 8:53:44 PM jormis29
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* Frequently done by Cal Lightman in ''LieToMe'' to get the criminal-of-the-week to reveal him/herself. One case involved a woman in the US Army claiming to have been repeatedly raped by her commanding officer. While Cal quickly figures out that she's lying, she actually did that for her friend whom that same officer was raping. It wasn't the violent kind of rape but the "do it or I'll make sure you won't survive the next mission" kind. Specifically, by putting her in the front vehicle of a convoy, which is often the first to be hit in an ambush or by a mine. When questioning him in front of the base commander, Cal pushes the point until the officer untintentionally yells out that he ''never'' puts her in the first vehicle. Oops. Even the base commander realizes the implications of this: he doesn't put her in the first vehicle because she's sleeping with him, even though he's supposed to as part of the normal rotation. The base commander calls the [=MPs=] to take the officer away.
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* Frequently done by Cal Lightman in ''LieToMe'' ''Series/LieToMe'' to get the criminal-of-the-week to reveal him/herself. One case involved a woman in the US Army claiming to have been repeatedly raped by her commanding officer. While Cal quickly figures out that she's lying, she actually did that for her friend whom that same officer was raping. It wasn't the violent kind of rape but the "do it or I'll make sure you won't survive the next mission" kind. Specifically, by putting her in the front vehicle of a convoy, which is often the first to be hit in an ambush or by a mine. When questioning him in front of the base commander, Cal pushes the point until the officer untintentionally yells out that he ''never'' puts her in the first vehicle. Oops. Even the base commander realizes the implications of this: he doesn't put her in the first vehicle because she's sleeping with him, even though he's supposed to as part of the normal rotation. The base commander calls the [=MPs=] to take the officer away.
27th Dec '15 8:53:22 PM jormis29
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* From an episode of {{Suits}}:
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* From an episode of {{Suits}}: ''Series/{{Suits}}'':
26th Dec '15 8:00:59 AM Chabal2
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* In ''Outcast of {{Literature/Redwall}}'', Veil is up to his usual tricks, stealing small objects from Redwallers. When the Abbess claims that a special dye used will turn the thief's paws red, Veil starts scrubbing and scrubbing, seeing his paws turn red before his eyes. Then he overhears a conversation revealing how to remove the dye, and hurries to wash his hands... except, of course, that it actually ''was'' dye this time. Being caught, aha, red-handed causes him to be [[TitleDrop cast out fromthe Abbey.]]
13th Dec '15 8:21:59 PM Lionrider
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removing natter
* In ''Film/BillyJack'', Billy uses this ruse to trick Jean Roberts into revealing that she was raped by Bernard Posner. Don't ask what tipped him off, I don't know.
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* In ''Film/BillyJack'', Billy uses this ruse to trick Jean Roberts into revealing that she was raped by Bernard Posner. Don't ask what tipped him off, I don't know.
10th Dec '15 2:12:04 PM SailorPtah
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* How Cohen in ''Webcomic/ButImACatPerson'' confirms the identity of Cybele's Master.
7th Dec '15 10:04:12 AM Hossmeister
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* In the third case of ''PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Trials and Tribulations'', [[spoiler:Phoenix uses a variation on this to trap a murderer: he claims that a vial of medicine that had the suspect's fingerprints on it contained the poison that was used to kill the victim. Having no idea of its true contents, the suspect angrily refutes Phoenix's claim by giving the description of the ''real'' poison bottle - something he could only have known if he was the murderer.]]
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* In the third case of ''PhoenixWrightAceAttorney: Trials and Tribulations'', ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyTrialsAndTribulations'', [[spoiler:Phoenix uses a variation on this to trap a murderer: he claims that a vial of medicine that had the suspect's fingerprints on it contained the poison that was used to kill the victim. Having no idea of its true contents, the suspect angrily refutes Phoenix's claim by giving the description of the ''real'' poison bottle - something he could only have known if he was the murderer.]]
7th Nov '15 4:17:18 PM CompletelyNormalGuy
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fixing a typo
* From ''Website/NotAlwaysRight'', the arcade attendant in [[http://notalwaysright.com/should-just-slink-on-out-of-there/43871 "Should Just Slink on Out of There"]] wildly guesses that a group of three tangled up a Slinky they'd just gotten by pushing it down a step escalator nearby, which the adultof the group inadvertently confirms by asking if the attendant saw it.
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* From ''Website/NotAlwaysRight'', the arcade attendant in [[http://notalwaysright.com/should-just-slink-on-out-of-there/43871 "Should Just Slink on Out of There"]] wildly guesses that a group of three tangled up a Slinky they'd just gotten by pushing it down a step escalator nearby, which the adultof adult of the group inadvertently confirms by asking if the attendant saw it.
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