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25th Feb '16 9:05:52 AM Kirayoshi
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** Kermit also appeared with two duplicates of himself on ''Muppets Tonight'', performing [[Music/TalkingHeads "Once In a Lifetime"]] in a parody of ''Film/StopMakingSense''.
26th Aug '15 5:09:53 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of TheMuppetShow, Beaker accidentally ends up in a copying machine. The result is a multitude of Beakers, [[TheDogBitesBack who all gang up on Dr. Honeydew]]. Eventually they take over the whole show, replacing the Electric Mayhem and even StatlerAndWaldorf.
** In the later series MuppetsTonight, Gonzo somehow creates multiple copies of himself to perform a musical number. Fittingly, that number is [[BillyIdol Dancing With Myself]].

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* In one episode of TheMuppetShow, ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', Beaker accidentally ends up in a copying machine. The result is a multitude of Beakers, [[TheDogBitesBack who all gang up on Dr. Honeydew]]. Eventually they take over the whole show, replacing the Electric Mayhem and even StatlerAndWaldorf.
** In the later series MuppetsTonight, ''Series/MuppetsTonight'', Gonzo somehow creates multiple copies of himself to perform a musical number. Fittingly, that number is [[BillyIdol Dancing With Myself]].
19th Jul '15 4:01:42 AM Rockatt
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* In one episode of TheMuppetShow, Beaker accidentally ends up in a copying machine. The result is a multitude of Beakers, [[TheDogBitesBack who all gang up on Dr. Honeydew]]. Eventually they take over the whole show, replacing the Electric Mayhem and even StatlerAndWaldorf.
** In the later series MuppetsTonight, Gonzo somehow creates multiple copies of himself to perform a musical number. Fittingly, that number is [[BillyIdol Dancing With Myself]].
30th Jun '15 10:10:04 AM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Reimagined}}'': it's a natural state for them (or as natural as {{Artificial Human}}s ever get), but each of the Significant Seven models has an army's worth of clones.

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* ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Reimagined}}'': Galactica|2003}}'': it's a natural state for them (or as natural as {{Artificial Human}}s ever get), but each of the Significant Seven models has an army's worth of clones.
3rd Nov '14 5:38:30 PM legomaniac90
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** A straight example in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime "The End of Time"]]: The Master hijacks the Immortality Gate to transform the entire human race except for Wilf [[note]](locked in a radiation-shielded room)[[/note]] and Donna [[note]](thanks to the events of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End"]] making her half-Time Lord)[[/note]] into "The Master Race", a planet-wide population of (insane, madly laughing) Master copies.

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** A straight example in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime "The End of Time"]]: The Master hijacks the Immortality Gate to transform the entire human race except for Wilf [[note]](locked in a radiation-shielded room)[[/note]] and Donna [[note]](thanks to the events of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End"]] making her half-Time Lord)[[/note]] into "The Master Race", a planet-wide population of (insane, madly laughing) Master copies.[[note]] ([[FridgeLogic Wasn't River Song on Earth during this time too?]] And [[Recap/TheSarahJaneAdventuresNYSInvasionOfTheBane Luke is an artificial human]] [[FridgeHorror so he likely saw Sarah Jane become the Master]])[[/note]]
17th Oct '14 4:58:52 AM ChronoLegion
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* In the "[[Recap/TheFlash2014S1E2FastestManAlive Fastest Man Alive]]" episode of the 2014 ''[[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]]'' series, Barry has to fight another [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual meta-human]] who eventually gets named Multiplex. Multiplex's body, after the S.T.A.R. Labs particle accelerator explosion, appears to be made out of stem cells, which he can split off into copies of himself as he chooses (even clothes, apparently). All the copies are under his direct mental control. His main goal is to [[spoiler:get revenge on [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Simon Stagg]], who stole his organ cloning research and fired him before Multiplex could use it to save his dying wife]]. As the good guys figure out, Multiplex can be spotted among his doubles by the amount of stress he experiences from controlling the HiveMind. [[spoiler:Thanks to his hyper-accelerated perception, Barry is able to spot beads of sweat on one of the figures among the hundred or so copies]].
11th Jul '14 11:39:26 AM Ejia
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* This happens a couple of times on ''Series/{{Charmed}}'':
** In the episode "Which Prue is it Anyway?", Prue decides she needs a power boost, and casts a spell to triple her power. Unfortunately, she doesn't realize that what it actually does is create three of her. It turns out to be useful, after all, because the two clones end up dying instead of the original Prue.
** When Piper finds out that [[TheGrimReaper the Angel of Death]] is after her husband Leo in the episode "Vaya con Leos", she decides to cast a spell to hide him. While the spell does confuse the Angel of Death, it had an unintended effect: ''every man in San Francisco'' got turned into a clone of Leo.
3rd Jul '14 6:12:08 AM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:310:Breaking news: I'm ''everyone'', [[LargeHam AND EVERYONE IN THE WORLD IS ME!]]]]

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3rd Jul '14 6:11:01 AM Willbyr
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7th Jun '14 12:02:16 PM StFan
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** A straight example in [[Recap/DoctorWhoNSS4E17E18TheEndOfTime "The End of Time"]]: The Master hijacks the Immortality Gate to transform the entire human race except for Wilf [[note]](locked in a radiation-shielded room)[[/note]] and Donna [[note]](thanks to the events of "Journey's End" making her half-Time Lord)[[/note]] into "The Master Race", a planet-wide population of (insane, madly laughing) Master copies.
** Also in "The Deadly Assassin", while in the Matrix, the assassin takes on various generic historical personas (a samurai, a clown, a UsefulNotes/WW1 biplane pilot, etc.) to attack/frighten the Doctor (and the audience). At one point several of him seem to man several positions on a train (or trains) simultaneously to run over the Doctor's leg.
** In another Fourth Doctor story, "The Leisure Hive", the villain Pangol used a form of AppliedPhlebotinum to recreate himself thousands of times over as a conquering army. Thanks to the Doctor's interference he ended up with an army of Doctors, which disintegrated within minutes of their generation.

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** A straight example in [[Recap/DoctorWhoNSS4E17E18TheEndOfTime [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime "The End of Time"]]: The Master hijacks the Immortality Gate to transform the entire human race except for Wilf [[note]](locked in a radiation-shielded room)[[/note]] and Donna [[note]](thanks to the events of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End" End"]] making her half-Time Lord)[[/note]] into "The Master Race", a planet-wide population of (insane, madly laughing) Master copies.
** Also in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin "The Deadly Assassin", Assassin"]], while in the Matrix, the assassin takes on various generic historical personas (a samurai, a clown, a UsefulNotes/WW1 biplane pilot, etc.) to attack/frighten the Doctor (and the audience). At one point several of him seem to man several positions on a train (or trains) simultaneously to run over the Doctor's leg.
** In another Fourth Doctor story, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E1TheLeisureHive "The Leisure Hive", Hive"]], the villain Pangol used a form of AppliedPhlebotinum to recreate himself thousands of times over as a conquering army. Thanks to the Doctor's interference he ended up with an army of Doctors, which disintegrated within minutes of their generation.
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