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14th Apr '16 2:13:06 PM trulymadmoves
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* There's a refreshing and awesome subversion on ''Series/DesperateHousewives'', exactly the type of show which would (and does) play it straight. Lynette thinks that Tom is having an affair with the mother of Porter's friend; Tom knows that it's actually Porter who's having the affair, but doesn't know the identity of the "girl" in question. Lynette confronts Tom about it, he's relieved that she knows which just makes her even angrier, it all seems like it's going to lead straight into an example of this trope, ''until''... Tom, still oblivious to the fact that she's mad at ''him'', manages to get in enough words that Lynette is able to piece together the truth. [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Cue Porter walking in, Lynette demanding "You're having sex with your best friend's mother?!" and an epic WTF face from Tom.]]
16th Mar '16 4:18:41 AM bushiki
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** Presumably this is mostly applicable to the US? In the UK, employers must provide reasons; not providing one would likely result in the former employee suing for wrongful dismissal.
19th Feb '16 5:15:39 AM ChronoLegion
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** When Rita finally confronts Dexter about it, he answers truthfully: he didn't have sex with Lila ''that'' night.

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** When Rita finally confronts Dexter about it, he answers truthfully: he didn't have sex with Lila ''that'' night. Rita immediately picks up on the clarification and breaks up with Dexter. They work things out in the end, though.
20th Dec '15 2:02:10 PM Kartoonkid95
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** In "For Whom the Sweetie Belle Tolls", Sweetie Belle accuses Rarity of deliberately upstaging her just like she did at her fifth birthday party, but Rarity doesn't know what she's talking about. Later in her dreams, Princess Luna flashes Sweetie Belle back to the party in question and shows her the truth behind what happened that day.
14th Nov '15 6:45:44 PM WolfNanaki
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "The Hooffields and [=McColts=]", Twilight and Fluttershy are roped into trying to end a feud between two families. When trying to find out how the feud started, both family leaders respond with "They know what they did." [[LampshadeHanging Twilight sees this as a sign that neither of them knows what the other did.]]
17th Oct '15 11:53:33 AM Thesedaysthosedays
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** Inverted when Ross is supposed to have read a long tract written by Rachel about the status of their relationship, and he should have known what Rachel meant by saying "Does it or doesn't it?" Ross says, "It does," and this is what Rachel wanted to hear. But "It does" meant that Ross apologizes and admits he was wrong. This is an act of appeasement that Ross was not ready to make. And it's a problem when Rachel thinks Ross has apologized and made up, but he hasn't.
29th Sep '15 5:02:04 PM sgamer82
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* In the ''Podcast/ThrillingAdventureHour'' episode "Emperor of Mars", Sparks Nevada's faithful Martian companion, Croach the Tracker, is in a huff for much of the episode and will not explain why, only attempt sarcastic comments about being denied entry into a recent quick draw competition to be named Sheriff of Mars. Eventually Nevada gets him to admit that what he wanted was to be considered for the post. Note that Croach never had any intention of ''accepting'' it, he just wanted to be assked. Sparks apologizes for not offering Croach the job he didn't want, but not without noting that "he's dated ladies like Croach" before.
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29th Sep '15 5:00:05 PM sgamer82
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* In the ''Podcast/ThrillingAdventureHour'' episode "Emperor of Mars", Sparks Nevada's faithful Martian companion, Croach the Tracker, is in a huff for much of the episode and will not explain why, only attempt sarcastic comments about being denied entry into a recent quick draw competition to be named Sheriff of Mars. Eventually Nevada gets him to admit that what he wanted was to be considered for the post. Note that Croach never had any intention of ''accepting'' it, he just wanted to be assked. Sparks apologizes for not offering Croach the job he didn't want, but not without noting that "he's dated ladies like Croach" before.
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7th Sep '15 6:01:13 PM JamaicanCastle
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** According to legend, Creator/MarkTwain once did this [[WithFriendsLikeThese to his friends]].
* If someone is disinherited in a will, it will generally be for "reasons you are aware of" or similar language. Because the person who wrote it is [[CaptainObvious not around to defend their decision]], a specific reason could be contested in court, whereas vague language cannot.
12th Jun '15 12:53:24 PM smalltime
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* The infamous episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'' where Fred unknowingly switches places with [[IdenticalStranger an identical tycoon]] who acts like a jerk to Wilma, Betty and Barney, and when Fred gets home Barney beats him up and Fred has no idea what prompted it.
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