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22nd Jan '16 9:42:16 AM MisterBeeg
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** In the episode "Target", Lois suspects that Lex Luthor is trying to kill her after a series of near-death experience, especially in the light of her writing an expose on LexCorp, and that one of the device found in her car was made at Lex's company. However, Lex denies any wrongdoing and even told her that he'll find out how that device got inside her car in the first place. Sure enough, he was telling the truth. The person who tried to kill her was an ex-employee of Luthor who acted as a source on the expose, and he took the device from the company shortly before he got fired.
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** In the episode "Target", Lois suspects that Lex Luthor is trying to kill her after a series of near-death experience, especially in the light of her writing an expose on LexCorp, [=LexCorp=], and that one of the device found in her car was made at Lex's company. However, Lex denies any wrongdoing and even told her promised that he'll find out investigate how that the device got inside her car there in the first place. Sure enough, he was telling the truth. The person who tried to kill her was an ex-employee of Luthor who acted as a source informant on the expose, article, and he took the device from the company shortly before he got fired.Lex fired him.
22nd Jan '16 9:40:32 AM MisterBeeg
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** In the episode "Target", Lois suspects that Lex Luthor is trying to kill her after a series of near-death experience, especially in the light of her writing an expose on LexCorp, and that one of the device found in her car was made at Lex's company. However, Lex denies any wrongdoing and even told her that he'll find out how that device got inside her car in the first place. Sure enough, he was telling the truth. The person who tried to kill her was an ex-employee of Luthor who acted as a source on the expose, and he took the device from the company shortly before he got fired.
13th Jan '16 10:41:30 AM Eddy1215
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* On an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldandFriends'', Jon, Garfield and Odie are camping at a park. The ranger mentions that campers have been complaining about their lunches mysteriously disappearing over the last few weeks. Jon immediately glares at [[BigEater Garfield]] who says "Don't look at me. I just got here."
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* On an episode of ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldandFriends'', ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'', Jon, Garfield and Odie are camping at a park. The ranger mentions that campers have been complaining about their lunches mysteriously disappearing over the last few weeks. Jon immediately glares at [[BigEater Garfield]] who says "Don't look at me. I just got here."
1st Dec '15 7:28:52 PM nombretomado
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* On an episode of ''GarfieldandFriends'', Jon, Garfield and Odie are camping at a park. The ranger mentions that campers have been complaining about their lunches mysteriously disappearing over the last few weeks. Jon immediately glares at [[BigEater Garfield]] who says "Don't look at me. I just got here."
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* On an episode of ''GarfieldandFriends'', ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldandFriends'', Jon, Garfield and Odie are camping at a park. The ranger mentions that campers have been complaining about their lunches mysteriously disappearing over the last few weeks. Jon immediately glares at [[BigEater Garfield]] who says "Don't look at me. I just got here."
26th Nov '15 7:02:52 AM LadyJaneGrey
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-->Jerrica: [[WhoWouldBeStupidEnough Not even]] '''WhoWouldBeStupidEnough you]]''' [[WhoWouldBeStupidEnough are dumb enough to do a pirate broadcast.]]
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-->Jerrica: [[WhoWouldBeStupidEnough Not even]] '''WhoWouldBeStupidEnough '''[[WhoWouldBeStupidEnough you]]''' [[WhoWouldBeStupidEnough are dumb enough to do a pirate broadcast.]]
26th Nov '15 7:01:56 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'', the Misfits supposedly pirate a broadcast, but Eric quickly pleads innocence (and he's telling the truth; in this case, ''another'' CorruptCorporateExecutive tricked the band into thinking they were just doing a normal broadcast him. It actually not hard for Jerica to believes him: -->Jerrica: [[WhoWouldBeStupidEnough Not even]] '''WhoWouldBeStupidEnough you]]''' [[WhoWouldBeStupidEnough are dumb enough to do a pirate broadcast.]]
17th Nov '15 8:04:11 PM LTR
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** In the episode "[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E2KnightTime Knight Time]]", Supes and Robin discover that Bruce has fallen victim to MindControl, so they track down Gotham's primary suspect--the Mad Hatter. However, after examining the evidence, the Hatter confesses that the technology used on Bruce is way too advanced to be of his own making and suggests an alien source--[[spoiler:and true enough, it belonged to Brainiac]].
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** In the episode "[[Recap/SupermanTheAnimatedSeriesS3E2KnightTime Knight Time]]", Supes and Robin discover that Bruce has fallen victim to MindControl, so they track down Gotham's primary suspect--the Mad Hatter. However, after it's not him. Further, when examining the evidence, evidence for himself, the Hatter confesses that the technology used on Bruce is way too advanced to be of his own making and suggests an alien source--[[spoiler:and true enough, it belonged to Brainiac]].

* In the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' episode "Slappers", when Wayne discovers the steroidal compound is actually Venom, he naturally suspects Bane. However, when Terry investigates the old villain's home, he finds Bane is now an invalid, due to a lifetime of using the stuff, clearly unable to run such an operation. [[spoiler: The true mastermind is his confidant, who he needed to make it for him when he was no longer able, who is now selling it on the street to make money.]]
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' episode "Slappers", when Wayne discovers the steroidal compound going around Terry's school is actually Venom, he naturally suspects Bane. However, when Terry investigates the old villain's home, he finds Bane is now an invalid, due to a lifetime of using the stuff, clearly unable to run such an operation. [[spoiler: The true mastermind is his confidant, Bane's caretaker, who he Bane needed to make it for him when he was no longer able, who and is now selling it on the street to make money.]]
17th Nov '15 7:39:19 PM Totema
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** It plays with this one: When their Rusty and Brock get kidnapped (along with Baron Underbheit and Pete White), the titular characters immediately call the Monarch (more or less the BigBad) to demand their release. He responds that it wasn't him this time, but "I have something planned for next week."
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** It plays with this one: When their Rusty and Brock get kidnapped (along with Baron Underbheit and Pete White), the titular characters immediately call the Monarch (more or less the BigBad) (the Venture family's nominal archenemy) to demand their release. He responds that it wasn't him this time, but also adds "I have something planned for next week."
15th Nov '15 2:53:50 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' episode "Slappers", when Wayne discovers the steroidal compound is actually Venom, he naturally suspects Bane. However, when Terry investigates the old villain's home, he finds Bane is now an invalid, due to a lifetime of using the stuff, clearly unable to run such an operation. [[spoiler: The true mastermind is his confidant, who he needed to make it for him when he was no longer able, who is now selling it on the street to make money.]]
14th Nov '15 1:42:36 PM Vir
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** In the episode ''Two Dozen And One Greyhounds'', Lisa, Marge, and Homer wonder who was causing various problems within the house lately (such as tearing up all her test papers, a broken vase, and spreading garbage all over the neighbor's yard before Homer got the chance to, respectively). Bart quips that he was this time innocent of these, and felt they were simply senseless destruction without any of his usual commentary. Turns out, it was the dog, who was continuing his path of destruction even in the room where they were located discussing what's happening.
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** In the episode ''Two "Two Dozen And One Greyhounds'', Greyhounds", Lisa, Marge, and Homer wonder who was causing various problems within the house lately (such as tearing up all her test papers, a broken vase, and spreading garbage all over the neighbor's yard before Homer got the chance to, respectively). Bart quips that he was this time innocent of these, and felt they were simply senseless destruction without any of his usual commentary. Turns out, it was the dog, who was continuing his path of destruction even in the room where they were located discussing what's happening.
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