History ParanoiaFuel / LiveActionTV

2nd Nov '17 8:45:52 PM Lullaby22
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** The Season 3 Inhumans arc contains a healthy dose of it: It's basically the ''Series/{{Alphas}} example above, but worse because not only could anyone around you turn out to have some terrifying superpower, YOU could turn to have some terrifying superpower and you wouldn't know until it manifested. This power may or may not be something you can control and it can be unlocked by something as mundane as taking the wrong fish oil supplement.

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** The Season 3 Inhumans arc contains a healthy dose of it: It's basically the ''Series/{{Alphas}} ''Series/{{Alphas}}'' example above, but worse because not only could anyone around you turn out to have some terrifying superpower, YOU could turn to have some terrifying superpower and you wouldn't know until it manifested. This power may or may not be something you can control and it can be unlocked by something as mundane as taking the wrong fish oil supplement.
2nd Nov '17 8:45:19 PM Lullaby22
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* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'':
** The Season 3 Inhumans arc contains a healthy dose of it: It's basically the ''Series/{{Alphas}} example above, but worse because not only could anyone around you turn out to have some terrifying superpower, YOU could turn to have some terrifying superpower and you wouldn't know until it manifested. This power may or may not be something you can control and it can be unlocked by something as mundane as taking the wrong fish oil supplement.
13th Oct '17 2:30:52 PM LucaEarlgrey
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** "Justice" has the planet of the Edo, whose [[DystopianEdict seemingly-utopian]] peace is maintained by selecting a random portion of the planet every day to be a "punishment zone", wherein ''any'' kind of law-breaking, [[AllCrimesAreEqual no matter how small]], [[DisproportionateRetribution will result in being executed on sight]] by "Mediators", who are the only ones allowed to know where the punishment zone of the day is. Did you accidentally break their "don't step on newly-growing flowers" law? Chances are, you're safe. But ''also'' chances are this happens in a punishment zone and now two guys have surrounded you and are administering a lethal injection to you. And no, exceptions are not made if you don't know about this. Wesley learns all of this the hard way.

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** "Justice" has the planet of the Edo, whose [[DystopianEdict seemingly-utopian]] peace is maintained by selecting a random portion of the planet every day to be a "punishment zone", wherein ''any'' kind of law-breaking, [[AllCrimesAreEqual no matter how small]], [[DisproportionateRetribution will result in being executed on sight]] by "Mediators", who are the only ones allowed to know where the punishment zone of the day is. Did you accidentally break their "don't step on newly-growing flowers" law? Chances are, you're safe. But ''also'' chances are this happens in a punishment zone and now two guys have surrounded you and are administering a lethal injection to you. And no, exceptions are not made if you don't know about this.this (e.g. due to being a visitor from another planet and not being informed of this specific custom until you ask). Wesley learns all of this the hard way.
6th Oct '17 1:50:18 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** "Justice" has the planet of the Edo, whose peace is maintained by selecting a random portion of the planet every day to be a "punishment zone", wherein ''any'' kind of law-breaking, [[AllCrimesAreEqual no matter how small]], [[DisproportionateRetribution will result in being executed on sight]] by "Mediators", who are the only ones allowed to know where the punishment zone of the day is. Did you accidentally break their "don't step on newly-growing flowers" law? Chances are, you're safe. But ''also'' chances are this happens in a punishment zone and now two guys have surrounded you and administering a lethal injection to you. And no, exceptions are not made if you don't know about this. Wesley learns all of this the hard way.

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** "Justice" has the planet of the Edo, whose [[DystopianEdict seemingly-utopian]] peace is maintained by selecting a random portion of the planet every day to be a "punishment zone", wherein ''any'' kind of law-breaking, [[AllCrimesAreEqual no matter how small]], [[DisproportionateRetribution will result in being executed on sight]] by "Mediators", who are the only ones allowed to know where the punishment zone of the day is. Did you accidentally break their "don't step on newly-growing flowers" law? Chances are, you're safe. But ''also'' chances are this happens in a punishment zone and now two guys have surrounded you and are administering a lethal injection to you. And no, exceptions are not made if you don't know about this. Wesley learns all of this the hard way.
6th Oct '17 1:49:00 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' gives us the episode "Schisms", in which crew members are abducted by aliens from another universe in their sleep and subjected to bizarre experiments. This is even more terrifying than it sounds because a) episodes are usually shown late at night right before bedtime, and b) [[spoiler: some unknown thing manages to escape into our universe before the rift is closed. This cliffhanger was never resolved, so that thing could still be out there!]]

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' gives us ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'':
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the episode planet of the Edo, whose peace is maintained by selecting a random portion of the planet every day to be a "punishment zone", wherein ''any'' kind of law-breaking, [[AllCrimesAreEqual no matter how small]], [[DisproportionateRetribution will result in being executed on sight]] by "Mediators", who are the only ones allowed to know where the punishment zone of the day is. Did you accidentally break their "don't step on newly-growing flowers" law? Chances are, you're safe. But ''also'' chances are this happens in a punishment zone and now two guys have surrounded you and administering a lethal injection to you. And no, exceptions are not made if you don't know about this. Wesley learns all of this the hard way.
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"Schisms", in which crew members are abducted by aliens from another universe in their sleep and subjected to bizarre experiments. This is even more terrifying than it sounds because a) episodes are usually shown late at night right before bedtime, and b) [[spoiler: some unknown thing manages to escape into our universe before the rift is closed. This cliffhanger was never resolved, so that thing could still be out there!]]
10th Jul '17 4:37:58 PM NightShade96
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* ''TwentyFour'':

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* ''TwentyFour'':''Series/TwentyFour'':
21st Apr '17 11:16:26 AM RobbSony3
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* The final scene from ''Series/TheSopranos''. Including the suspicious guys we can see during the restaurant scene (an italian-american looking man walks into the bathroom, [[Film/TheGodfather does not he remind you of something?]]). The scariest part is that we are not even sure what will happen after the SmashToBlack.

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* The final scene from ''Series/TheSopranos''. Including the suspicious guys we can see during the restaurant scene (an italian-american looking man walks into the bathroom, [[Film/TheGodfather does not he remind you of something?]]). The scariest part is that we are not even sure what will happen after the SmashToBlack. Also doubles with NightmareFuel.
21st Apr '17 11:15:05 AM RobbSony3
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* The final scene from ''Series/TheSopranos''. Including the suspicious guys we can see during the restaurant scene (an italian-american looking man walks into the bathroom, [[Film/TheGodfather does not he remind you of something?]]). The scariest part is that we are not even sure what will happen after the SmashToBlack.



* The final scene from ''Series/TheSopranos''. Including the suspicious guys we can see during the restaurant scene (an italian-american looking man walks into the bathroom, [[Film/TheGodfather does not he remind you of something?]]). The scariest part is that we are not even sure what will happen after the SmashToBlack.
21st Apr '17 11:13:23 AM RobbSony3
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* The final scene from ''Series/TheSopranos''. Including the suspicious guys we can see during the restaurant scene (an italian-american looking man walks into the bathroom, [[Film/TheGodfather does not he remind you of something?]]). The scariest part is that we are not even sure what will happen after the SmashToBlack.
9th Jan '17 1:56:06 AM RAMChYLD
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** Anybody want to watch "A Study in Pink" while waiting for a cab? Cab driving is the perfect job for a serial killer; people will jump into your arms without a thought of caution, you can drive them to a quiet and isolated place without them noticing, and no one will ever connect your face to the crime because no one ever bothers to look at a Cabbie's face. Jeff even wonders why "more of us don't branch out." Feel like taking a cab now? And that's just the beginning.

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** Anybody want to watch "A Study in Pink" while waiting for a cab? Cab driving is the perfect job for a serial killer; people will jump into your arms without a thought of caution, you can drive them to a quiet and isolated place without them noticing, and no one will ever connect your face to the crime because no one ever bothers to look at a Cabbie's face. Jeff even wonders why "more of us don't branch out." Feel like taking a cab now? And that's just the beginning. And to top it all, this is actually TruthInTelevision in several countries. Yeah, when you're visiting a friend in another country and he tells you to not take a cab, ''don't''.
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