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22nd Jan '16 11:10:31 PM Kartoonkid95
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--'''Bart:''' ''(disapproving glare)''

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--'''Bart:''' -->'''Bart:''' ''(disapproving glare)''
22nd Jan '16 11:10:18 PM Kartoonkid95
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* This trope happens in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'', as Ned is saving them from the mob. He starts to tell Bart that Homer would do the same thing, but a glaring look from Bart causes him to backtrack.

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* This trope happens twice in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'', as ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsonsMovie'':
** When
Ned is saving them from the mob. He starts to tell gives Bart that a spare pair of pants after Homer forgets to give him some following his nude skating stunt.
-->'''Bart:''' Why are you helping me? I'm not your kid.
-->'''Ned:''' We're neighbors. I'm sure your father
would do the same thing, but a glaring look for my boys.
-->''(Homer steals some of Rod and Todd's french fries)''
** And later when Ned tries to save the Simpsons
from Bart causes him the mob.
-->'''Bart:''' But if they see you trying
to backtrack.help us, they'll kill you!
-->'''Ned:''' Oh pshaw. I'm sure your father would do the same for--
--'''Bart:''' ''(disapproving glare)''
-->'''Ned:''' Point taken.




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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'', when Buzz prepares to go out and search for Woody when he gets stolen.
-->'''Buzz:''' Woody once risked his life to save me. I couldn't call myself his friend if I weren't willing to do the same.
27th May '15 11:18:47 AM TVRulezAgain
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* [[LukeMochrieAndTheInners Luke Mochrie]] said this to [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] in ''SuburbanKnights''. This marked the beginning of the thawing out of their rivalry.

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* [[LukeMochrieAndTheInners Luke Mochrie]] said this to [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] in ''SuburbanKnights''.''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights''. This marked the beginning of the thawing out of their rivalry.



* On ''TheSimpsons'', when Homer asks why Ned's helping him, and Ned says that Homer would do the same. Cue ImagineSpot of Homer not helping Ned in any way, shape or form. Homer confirms anyway.

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* On ''TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', when Homer asks why Ned's helping him, and Ned says that Homer would do the same. Cue ImagineSpot of Homer not helping Ned in any way, shape or form. Homer confirms anyway.
13th Mar '15 10:37:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''InTheElectricMist''

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* ''InTheElectricMist''''Film/InTheElectricMist''



* ''TheSkulls'' flips it around to make a question.

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* ''TheSkulls'' ''Film/TheSkulls'' flips it around to make a question.



* ''HardEight''

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* ''HardEight''''Film/HardEight''



* Lampshaded in ''ThePerfectStorm''. As a long line is being played out of the fishing vessel, a hook snags one of the crew and he gets yanked into the sea; a crewmember he'd quarreled with earlier dives in and saves his life. He's too upset to thank the man at this time and snaps, "I'd have done the same for you -- isn't that what I'm supposed to say?"

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* Lampshaded in ''ThePerfectStorm''.''Film/ThePerfectStorm''. As a long line is being played out of the fishing vessel, a hook snags one of the crew and he gets yanked into the sea; a crewmember he'd quarreled with earlier dives in and saves his life. He's too upset to thank the man at this time and snaps, "I'd have done the same for you -- isn't that what I'm supposed to say?"



* ''{{Smallville}}'': "Bound"

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* ''{{Smallville}}'': ''Series/{{Smallville}}'': "Bound"



* Rampant in the StargateVerse, what with the TrueCompanions constantly getting themselves into trouble. A particularly heartwarming example occurs in ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' after Sheppard mounts a daring rescue to save Teyla and her newborn baby.

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* Rampant in the StargateVerse, Franchise/StargateVerse, what with the TrueCompanions constantly getting themselves into trouble. A particularly heartwarming example occurs in ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' after Sheppard mounts a daring rescue to save Teyla and her newborn baby.
11th Nov '13 8:09:14 PM SteveMB
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': In "Deja Q", the [[BroughtDownToNormal temporarily depowered]]) Q is saved by Data when some of the beings Q has [[JerkassGod antagonized]] comes looking for revenge. This actually punctures Q's usual arrogance as he guiltily admits that he would ''not'' have done the same for Data.

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': In "Deja Q", the [[BroughtDownToNormal temporarily depowered]]) depowered]] Q is saved by Data when some of the beings Q has [[JerkassGod antagonized]] comes looking for revenge. This actually punctures Q's usual arrogance as he guiltily admits that he would ''not'' have done the same for Data.
11th Nov '13 8:08:45 PM SteveMB
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\n* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'': In "Deja Q", the [[BroughtDownToNormal temporarily depowered]]) Q is saved by Data when some of the beings Q has [[JerkassGod antagonized]] comes looking for revenge. This actually punctures Q's usual arrogance as he guiltily admits that he would ''not'' have done the same for Data.
17th May '13 7:08:59 AM lrrose
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** In the BatmanColdOpen of ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', Kirk wonders "what would Spock do if it was me down there? [the caldera of an active volcano]". Bones promptly responds "he would let you die." In the film's climax, [[spoiler:Kirk sacrifices himself to save the Enterprise, claiming that [[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan Spock would have done the same thing if their positions were reversed]]. Spock later proves Bones' earlier assertion wrong by taking Khan in alive when he wanted to kill him to save Kirk.]]

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** In the BatmanColdOpen of ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', Kirk wonders "what would Spock do if it was me down there? [the caldera of an active volcano]". Bones promptly responds "he would let you die." In the film's climax, [[spoiler:Kirk sacrifices himself to save the Enterprise, ''Enterprise'', claiming that [[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan Spock would have done the same thing if their positions were reversed]]. Spock later proves Bones' earlier assertion wrong by taking Khan in alive when he wanted to kill him to save Kirk.]]
17th May '13 7:07:42 AM lrrose
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** Which is given a TakeThat in the preview for ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', where Kirk wonders "what would Spock do if it was me down there? [the caldera of an active volcano]". Bones promptly responds "he would let you die."

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** Which is given a TakeThat in In the preview for BatmanColdOpen of ''Film/StarTrekIntoDarkness'', where Kirk wonders "what would Spock do if it was me down there? [the caldera of an active volcano]". Bones promptly responds "he would let you die."" In the film's climax, [[spoiler:Kirk sacrifices himself to save the Enterprise, claiming that [[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan Spock would have done the same thing if their positions were reversed]]. Spock later proves Bones' earlier assertion wrong by taking Khan in alive when he wanted to kill him to save Kirk.]]
13th May '13 12:11:16 PM XFllo
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* ''Series/HoratioHornblower'': In "The Duchess and the Devil", Horatio ends up in Spanish jail, and by some incredible chance, his friend Archie from his ship who was lost during a raid had been imprisoned there as well. Archie's health and spirits are broken, and seeing his friend as a self-assured Acting Lieutenant is the last straw. He [[DrivenToSuicide tries to starve himself]] so that they could plan their escape and not consider him or wait for him to get better. When Horatio notices, Archie refuses to get helped. It's a very poignant scene when Horatio insists that Archie would do the same for him, but Archie refutes by telling him that he would never be in his position, feeling that Horatio never screws up.

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* ''Series/HoratioHornblower'': In "The Duchess and the Devil", Horatio ends up in Spanish jail, and by some incredible chance, his friend Archie from his ship who was lost during a raid had been happens to be imprisoned there as well. Archie's health and spirits are broken, and seeing his friend as a self-assured Acting Lieutenant is the last straw. He [[DrivenToSuicide tries to starve himself]] so that they could plan their escape and not consider him or wait for him to get better. When Horatio notices, Archie refuses to get helped. It's a very poignant scene when Horatio insists that Archie would do the same for him, but Archie refutes by telling him that he would never be in his position, feeling that Horatio never screws up.
13th May '13 12:09:59 PM XFllo
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* ''Series/HoratioHornblower'': In "The Duchess and the Devil", Horatio ends up in Spanish jail, and by some incredible chance, his friend Archie from his ship who was lost during a raid has been imprisoned there as well. Archie feels DrivenToSuicide. His spirits are broken and seeing his friend as a self-assured Acting Lieutenant is the last straw. He tries to starve himself so that they could plan their escape and not consider him or wait for him to get better. When Horatio notices, Archie refuses to get helped. It's a very poignant scene when Horatio insists that Archie would do the same for him, but Archie refutes by telling him that he would never be in his position, feeling that Horatio never screws up.

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* ''Series/HoratioHornblower'': In "The Duchess and the Devil", Horatio ends up in Spanish jail, and by some incredible chance, his friend Archie from his ship who was lost during a raid has had been imprisoned there as well. Archie feels DrivenToSuicide. His Archie's health and spirits are broken broken, and seeing his friend as a self-assured Acting Lieutenant is the last straw. He [[DrivenToSuicide tries to starve himself himself]] so that they could plan their escape and not consider him or wait for him to get better. When Horatio notices, Archie refuses to get helped. It's a very poignant scene when Horatio insists that Archie would do the same for him, but Archie refutes by telling him that he would never be in his position, feeling that Horatio never screws up.



* Rampant in the StargateVerse, what with the TrueCompanions constantly getting themselves into trouble. A particularly heartwarming example occurs in StargateAtlantis after Sheppard mounts a daring rescue to save Teyla and her newborn baby.

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* Rampant in the StargateVerse, what with the TrueCompanions constantly getting themselves into trouble. A particularly heartwarming example occurs in StargateAtlantis ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' after Sheppard mounts a daring rescue to save Teyla and her newborn baby.
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