History MindRape / LiveActionTV

13th Jun '18 4:59:16 AM Yukianesa
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* In ''Series/BlackMirror: Playtest'', this is what effectively happens to the protagonist. The story is about a dopey American flâneur trying out an experimental video game that directly alters his brain activity. The game starts out with cheap {{Jump Scare}}s but eventually graduates up to unbridled PsychologicalHorror as it turns his deepest personal fears on him, [[spoiler:namely, the very understandable fear of contracting Alzheimer's and losing his memories and his mind, or watching it happen to a loved one. It turns out in the ending that he died abruptly from the game crashing a split-second into the experiment in reality, and the events of the episode were all made up in his head as his brain was fried.]]
6th Apr '18 10:19:11 AM kaneki1999
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* ''Series/MrRobot'': After being brainwashed by Whiterose, Angela begins to turn her back against Elliot. For the majority of season 3, she starts to mind rape him for Stage 2 by exploiting his mental illness and working with Mr.Robot. She doesn't even feel any remorse for using him as she makes Whiterose's plan more important for her.
** The same thing happens with Dom in the season 3 finale after she gets kidnapped. Irving kills the FBI mole Santiago and mind rapes Dom to become a Dark Army mole and take his place by making her imagine Santiago as one of her family members as he continues to butcher him till she agrees.

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* ''Series/MrRobot'': After being brainwashed by Whiterose, Angela [[spoiler:Angela]] begins to turn her back against Elliot. For the majority of season 3, she starts to mind rape him for Stage [[spoiler:Stage 2 by exploiting his mental illness and working with Mr.Robot.Robot]]. She doesn't even feel any remorse for using him as she makes Whiterose's plan more important for her.
** The same thing happens with Dom [[spoiler:Dom in the season 3 finale after she gets kidnapped. Irving kills the FBI mole Santiago and mind rapes Dom to become a Dark Army mole and take his place by making her imagine Santiago as one of her family members as he continues to butcher him till she agrees.]]
6th Apr '18 10:17:21 AM kaneki1999
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* ''Series/MrRobot'': After being brainwashed by Whiterose, Angela begins to turn her back against Elliot. For the majority of season 3, she starts to mind rape him for Stage 2 by exploiting his mental illness and working with Mr.Robot. She doesn't even feel any remorse for using him as she makes Whiterose's plan more important for her.


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* ''Series/MrRobot'': After being brainwashed by Whiterose, Angela begins to turn her back against Elliot. For the majority of season 3, she starts to mind rape him for Stage 2 by exploiting his mental illness and working with Mr.Robot. She doesn't even feel any remorse for using him as she makes Whiterose's plan more important for her.
** The same thing happens with Dom in the season 3 finale after she gets kidnapped. Irving kills the FBI mole Santiago and mind rapes Dom to become a Dark Army mole and take his place by making her imagine Santiago as one of her family members as he continues to butcher him till she agrees.
6th Apr '18 10:12:22 AM kaneki1999
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* ''Series/MrRobot'': After being brainwashed by Whiterose, Angela begins to turn her back against Elliot. For the majority of season 3, she starts to mind rape him for Stage 2 by exploiting his mental illness and working with Mr.Robot. She doesn't even feel any remorse for using him as she makes Whiterose's plan more important for her.
6th Mar '18 12:18:20 PM WillBGood
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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' did this a number of times, without the {{Anvilicious}} rape analogy. "Persistence of Vision" was "Violations" on a ''shipwide'' scale, and the culprit responsible had nearly put the entire crew into a catatonic stupor by the time the last one or two members standing were able to stop him. Then there was the time a Maquis fanatic back home sent subliminal messages to [[spoiler:Tuvok, which made him forcibly mind-meld with every ex-Maquis on the ship and start a takeover]]. Then there were the dream aliens, then there were the aliens who {{Brainwashed}} the crew into working in their factory, then there was the LotusEaterMachine, then there was the beacon that made people hallucinate participating in genocide[[note]]a MoralDissonance laden episode in that at the end of it Janeway orders the beacon, which was broken by the end of the action, '''repaired''' so it can go on to MindRape many more crews for the next 200 years to come[[/note]] then there were [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Hirogen]] making the crew think they were part of the simulated UsefulNotes/WorldWarII they'd created as they 'hunted' them, and on and on and on. Honorable mention for the friendly NegativeSpaceWedgie inhabitants whose means of communication nearly drove Chakotay nuts. This crew's brains got baked so many times it's surprising that they knew up from down by the time the series ended.

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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' did this a number of times, without the {{Anvilicious}} rape analogy. "Persistence of Vision" was "Violations" on a ''shipwide'' scale, and the culprit responsible had nearly put the entire crew into a catatonic stupor by the time the last one or two members standing were able to stop him. Then there was the time a Maquis fanatic back home sent subliminal messages to [[spoiler:Tuvok, which made him forcibly mind-meld with every ex-Maquis on the ship and start a takeover]]. Then there were the dream aliens, then there were the aliens who {{Brainwashed}} the crew into working in their factory, then there was the LotusEaterMachine, then there was the beacon that made people hallucinate participating in genocide[[note]]a MoralDissonance laden episode in that at the end of it Janeway orders the beacon, which was broken by the end of the action, '''repaired''' so it can go on to MindRape Mind Rape many more crews for the next 200 years to come[[/note]] then there were [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Hirogen]] making the crew think they were part of the simulated UsefulNotes/WorldWarII they'd created as they 'hunted' them, and on and on and on. Honorable mention for the friendly NegativeSpaceWedgie inhabitants whose means of communication nearly drove Chakotay nuts. This crew's brains got baked so many times it's surprising that they knew up from down by the time the series ended.



** Also {{inverted|Trope}} in the same episode. One Dust user is found huddled on the floor screaming that the mountain was falling on him - his MindRape victim evidently had some very vivid memories of being caught in an avalanche while skiing.

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** Also {{inverted|Trope}} in the same episode. One Dust user is found huddled on the floor screaming that the mountain was falling on him - his MindRape Mind Rape victim evidently had some very vivid memories of being caught in an avalanche while skiing.
4th Mar '18 3:10:16 PM nombretomado
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** In "The Best Of Both Worlds," Picard is assimilated by the Borg. Apart from being forced to share his mind with trillions of other Borg, his head is also mined for the very strategies that the Federation has painstakingly devised to fight them, allowing them to crush the fleet at Wolf 359. In interviews, the writers directly likened it to rape, and it's not unwarranted; in "Family" Picard breaks down as he describes how he tried to resist and couldn't. How badly he was affected didn't fully show until StarTrekFirstContact, when it becomes clear that the experience has left him with a near-insane level of rage against the Borg.

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** In "The Best Of Both Worlds," Picard is assimilated by the Borg. Apart from being forced to share his mind with trillions of other Borg, his head is also mined for the very strategies that the Federation has painstakingly devised to fight them, allowing them to crush the fleet at Wolf 359. In interviews, the writers directly likened it to rape, and it's not unwarranted; in "Family" Picard breaks down as he describes how he tried to resist and couldn't. How badly he was affected didn't fully show until StarTrekFirstContact, ''Film/StarTrekFirstContact'', when it becomes clear that the experience has left him with a near-insane level of rage against the Borg.
28th Feb '18 8:04:54 PM nombretomado
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** T'Pol is subjected to this in an early episode of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' by mind-meld with a Vulcan renegade. And it gave her Vulcan AIDS. - when the episode aired on SkyOne, it was followed by an "If any of the issues in this episode have affected you..." message with the number for an AIDS helpline.

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** T'Pol is subjected to this in an early episode of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' by mind-meld with a Vulcan renegade. And it gave her Vulcan AIDS. - when the episode aired on SkyOne, Creator/SkyOne, it was followed by an "If any of the issues in this episode have affected you..." message with the number for an AIDS helpline.
31st May '17 4:16:54 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Ramsay Bolton enjoys getting into his victims' heads and then breaking them completely.
17th Mar '17 8:20:15 AM simmingheather
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*In Supernatural, this happens to Castiel when another angel named Naomi brainwashes him.
15th Dec '16 12:22:13 AM Doug86
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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' did this a number of times, without the {{Anvilicious}} rape analogy. "Persistence of Vision" was "Violations" on a ''shipwide'' scale, and the culprit responsible had nearly put the entire crew into a catatonic stupor by the time the last one or two members standing were able to stop him. Then there was the time a Maquis fanatic back home sent subliminal messages to [[spoiler:Tuvok, which made him forcibly mind-meld with every ex-Maquis on the ship and start a takeover]]. Then there were the dream aliens, then there were the aliens who {{Brainwashed}} the crew into working in their factory, then there was the LotusEaterMachine, then there was the beacon that made people hallucinate participating in genocide[[note]]a MoralDissonance laden episode in that at the end of it Janeway orders the beacon, which was broken by the end of the action, '''repaired''' so it can go on to MindRape many more crews for the next 200 years to come[[/note]] then there were [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Hirogen]] making the crew think they were part of the simulated WorldWarII they'd created as they 'hunted' them, and on and on and on. Honorable mention for the friendly NegativeSpaceWedgie inhabitants whose means of communication nearly drove Chakotay nuts. This crew's brains got baked so many times it's surprising that they knew up from down by the time the series ended.

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** ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' did this a number of times, without the {{Anvilicious}} rape analogy. "Persistence of Vision" was "Violations" on a ''shipwide'' scale, and the culprit responsible had nearly put the entire crew into a catatonic stupor by the time the last one or two members standing were able to stop him. Then there was the time a Maquis fanatic back home sent subliminal messages to [[spoiler:Tuvok, which made him forcibly mind-meld with every ex-Maquis on the ship and start a takeover]]. Then there were the dream aliens, then there were the aliens who {{Brainwashed}} the crew into working in their factory, then there was the LotusEaterMachine, then there was the beacon that made people hallucinate participating in genocide[[note]]a MoralDissonance laden episode in that at the end of it Janeway orders the beacon, which was broken by the end of the action, '''repaired''' so it can go on to MindRape many more crews for the next 200 years to come[[/note]] then there were [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Hirogen]] making the crew think they were part of the simulated WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII they'd created as they 'hunted' them, and on and on and on. Honorable mention for the friendly NegativeSpaceWedgie inhabitants whose means of communication nearly drove Chakotay nuts. This crew's brains got baked so many times it's surprising that they knew up from down by the time the series ended.
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